I am a professional Santa Claus with my own chair, plus Mrs Claus on occasion. I'm looking for print or TV advertising as Santa and have done several print ads for businesses, both locally and nationally, and am available for "off season" advertising or appearances such as Christmas in July or any promotional venues you may have.
Holiday parties, corporate events and working with "special needs children" are my specialty and I'm actively seeking such venues.
Price Range: $150 per hr one hr min, $50 for Ms Claus
Gig Length: 30 - 480 minutes
Unions: Retired IBEW
What to Expect
Clients can expect a jovial, happy and contented real bearded Santa that loves to participate and interact with children of all ages and is a willing character for print or video promotional events. Mrs Claus may be available if needed.
I am a Christian who portrays Santa Claus to children of all ages, but I specialize in helping the disadvantaged and those with special needs experience the Christmas spirit with a caring and loving persona, Santa Claus.
I was born in New Bern, North Carolina and lived in Lake Worth, Florida since age 10. My wife and I married in 1967, have two grown children (Chad and Michelle) and two grandchildren.
My beard is natural and I am a member of IBRBS (International Brotherhood of Real Bearded Santas) and Longleaf Pine Santas of North Carolina.
Additional Booking Notes
All I need is a place to change into costume.
Influences & Inspiration
Other professional Santas, especially those inducted into the Santa Claus Hall of Fame.
No special stage items are required, just what the client desires.
Just an appropriate Santa chair.
High Point, NC
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