Although easy-going he has a serious side to his nature, listens carefully to his teachers, and works assiduously to make good grades.
His attitude really paid-off for him in this year’s matriculation results. He achieved straight As or Very High Achievement marks, coming third in his year, winning a scholarship for entry into Griffith University for a degree in Media studies.
His skills extend into non academic pursuits such as fishing and sport, with some help from Dad and Ryan, while he also has a creative flair derived no doubt from his lovely Mum Sue.
Now he is turning his talents to the stage, here as a Charlie Chaplin look-alike.
Guess who has been his mentor! You guessed. None other than his famous grand-dad Pop-Star. Long ago Jarrod learned to laugh at his jokes.
Now it is Pop-Star who is the one in need not only of coaching, but also of being kept in order.
I’m sure you will enjoy seeing how he seeks revenge for his friend’s cutting criticism and theft of his bike.
A production from Jarrod’s “Little Cactus Films”