Becvar.net is the Internet home of the Becvar Family. This website was created by Mike Becvar. Send Mike an e-mail at MikeB07@MikeBecvar.com.
Mike Becvar is a senior multimedia, website and eLearning developer who has worked on a variety of interactive media and technology-based training projects. He loves challenges and opportunity where he can apply his multimedia development skills in new ways.
Mike enjoys photography and has been taking digital photos since January 2002 when he purchased his first digital camera. A few years ago, he took his first photography class. He learned a lot, but don't always take the time needed when taking pictures. He has taken thousands of pictures and tries to document most of the fun stuff he does.
Mike recently started making videos. Most of his videos relate to the clown stuff he does as Sir Toony Van Dukes. His videos are posted on YouTube.
Take a look at Mike Becvar's Resume.
Mike Becvar has some experience as an actor. He has been an extra in a few Hollywood movies including XXX: State of the Union, State of Play, National Treasure II: Book of Secrets, and Body of Lies. He has also been an extra in several smaller productions and independent films. His training includes attending the New York Film Academy (NYFA) One-Week Acting Workshop at Universal Studios California and taking acting classes at the Studio Theatre in Washington, DC.
Take a look at Mike Becvar's Acting Resume.
In 2008, Mike Becvar started clowning as Sir Toony Van Dukes. To get started, he signed up for Mooseburger Clown Arts Camp , joined the Clown Forum, Clowns of America International, and started working on my clown costume. He also joined two local clown alleys, Just Clowning Around of Northern Virginia, Kapitol Klowns, and a local face painting jam. He continues to work on his clown skills and character.
Thanks to his experiences as a clown, he has had the opportunity to participate in a variety of special events as Sir Toony including participating in the annual Fantasy Flight at Dulles Airport, marching in local parades, and face painting for charity events.