"Who needs LinkedIn when you got nepotism?!"
In college Noel Rustia wrote a one-act play called "It's Like Mamet, Dammit" that was produced in New York in 1998. Since then he's become a "Quadruple Threat."
In 2002 "Noel the Great" wrote, directed, produced, and animated a short animated film called "The Bootyguard," which screened at the 2003 Urbanworld Film Festival (NYC), the 2003 San Diego Asian Film Festival, the 2003 Trippin' Through the Dark Glass Film Festival, and the 2004 Chicago Asian American Showcase @ the Gene Siskel Film Center.
"The Chosen One" has written multiple screenplays that have made the quarterfinals and semifinals of major screenwriting competitions, including Scriptapalooza, Slamdance, the Fade In Awards, the Page International Screenwriting Awards, and the Writer's Network Screenwriting Competition.
"The Comedy Writer" has written over 30 jokes published in the Smart Aleck section of the Los Angeles Times (the section was discontinued due to his dominance). He also has published 19 words in the Urban Dictionary, including "FB Worth," "Two #1 One #2, "Las Begas," "Walking Linkedin," and "Your 4's and 5's are my 6's and 7's."
"Noel the Humble" previously worked as an intern for Gregory Nava's El Norte Productions ("Selena," "Mi Familia") and later as a writer's assistant on his defunct television show "American Family."
"The One to Watch" is currently working on a novel.