“I was not twerking for Jesus,” Williams explains. “I was playing Jesus. There is a difference. As long as you are not grabbing the back of the pew, people don’t know where you come from. So I was definitely trying to keep it holy.”

His experience could be helpful to those people on the Fantastic Voyage who will have the chance to audition for Perry’s casting executives while aboard. This could turn out to be the break of a lifetime for someone especially if they follow Robinson’s advice.

“Be you. Keep it straight to what you do. Be the best you you can be. Also make sure you prepare with your head shots and your resumes and everything. If you don’t invest in you, how are you going to have someone else to believe in you? So do the right thing and take professional shots.”

You can keep up with Palmer Williams via Twitter @PalmerwilliamsJ

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