Adrian Holguin has been improvising and teaching since the late 1900s. In addition to appearances at various stages around town, he was the assistant director for Impulse Theater for 14 years, and coached the Smoky Hill improv group, Spontaneous Combustion for over 23 years. He is grateful for every student, performer, and audience member who every shared a scene with him.
And now, meet Campbell Nudelsoop (Adrian’s “King Penny” character)…
Campbell Nudelsoop‘s journey through the world of showbiz began at a tender age. A child prodigy of the vaudeville stage, his charisma and comedic timing were evident even in his earliest performances.
However, it was his role as a pivotal member of the beloved silent film ensemble, “The Scamps,” that truly etched his name in the annals of entertainment history. As a core member of this mischievous bunch of youngsters, Nudelsoop’s boundless energy and infectious laughter captured the hearts of audiences, leaving an indelible mark on the silver screen.
Nudelsoop’s life took a serious turn with the outbreak of the Great War, where he served valiantly. His experiences during the conflict added depth to his performances, infusing his characters with a raw authenticity that resonated with audiences.
Returning to the world of entertainment after the war, Nudelsoop seamlessly transitioned to the realm of radio. His rich voice, honed by years on the stage, found a new medium through which to captivate listeners. With an impressive roster of radio shows and films to his credit, Nudelsoop’s dedication to his craft was unwavering.
And now, on the grand stage of the “King Penny Golden Radio Show,” Campbell Nudelsoop continues to bring a sense of nostalgia and authenticity that transports us back to a time when laughter and heartwarming stories were paramount. With his infectious humor and seasoned delivery, Nudelsoop reminds us why he remains a cherished figure in the hearts of those who appreciate the magic of Radio.