Danny Murphy who has appeared in "There's Something About Mary," "Kingpin" and the upcoming "Dumb and Dumber To" rolls into Delray Beach restaurants in "Rollin with Murph" on The Food Beat.com, the online food network for Delray Beach, Florida.
Online PR News – 03-April-2014 – Delray Beach, Florida – Major motion picture talent Danny Murphy is rolling into Delray Beach restaurants, literally and figuratively. The actor who has been a chair user since the age of 21 is the host of a new program on The Food Beat.com called "Rollin with Murph." The program has Mr. Murphy interviewing the owners and staff, sampling the food and beverages...even singing with the band. But more importantly, the show provides people with mobility challenges with an inside look at how easy, or challenging it may be to enjoy the dining experience.
In The Food Beat's most recent episode of "Rollin with Murph," Danny draws inspiration from long time friend and major motion picture director Peter Farrelly of the Farrelly Brothers fame. Pete and his brother Bobby have made many memorable movies including "Dumb and Dumber", "There's Something About Mary", "Kingpin", "Me, Myself and Irene", "Shallow Hal", "Hall Pass" and the soon to be released "Dumb and Dumber To" that reunites the original cast of Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels.
"Pete asked me to come to Atlanta when they were filming "Dumb and Dumber To" for a critical role in the film" said Murphy. "While we were there, Pete was kind enough to sit down with us and give us an interview. We had no idea then just how we would use his wisdom when we filmed the Rollin with Murph episode at Way Beyond Bagels in Delray Beach."
“In The Food Beat's most recent episode of "Rollin with Murph," Danny draws inspiration from long time friend and major motion picture director Peter Farrelly of the Farrelly Brothers fame.”
In this episode, Danny shares the accessibility virtues of Way Beyond Bagels, and shares how bagels are made, the amazing variety of freshly made foods, and the surprising healthy choices Way Beyond offers like Kale and spinach bagels and vegan cream cheese. Danny also finds out his bagel humor is not appreciated by everyone and the results could be considered "slap happy." The trouble begins when Danny goes into his memory banks to draw inspiration from the advice Pete gave him in Atlanta.
"The show is for everyone and for the most part focuses on the people and the food that make the restaurant unique" said Mr. Murphy. "The other part of the show takes an inside look at the overall accessibility of the establishment for those with mobility challenges. From parking, to getting in the building, to restroom accessibility. All very important components to an enjoyable dining experience" Murphy added.
For Danny Murphy, it's another way to continue his effort to create opportunity and awareness for the disabled community. From leadership initiatives and his involvement in the recently released and critically acclaimed documentary "Cinemability," Danny Murphy knows the value of independence.
"The movies with Pete are amazing, and I am excited to have a role in "Dumb and Dumber To" said Mr. Murphy. "But I am equally as excited to be filming the "Rolling with Murph" episodes. We show the audience the entire experience from parking to eating the featured meal. And we always have a lot of fun and enjoy lots of laughter when we make these videos with Pro Video Source.
You can watch Danny and see all the amazing Delray Beach restaurants he visits on The Food Beat.com.
The Food Beat is the online food network for Delray Beach that features places to eat, and the stories of the people who own and work in those places. It's a one-stop entertainment and information shop for people wanting to know about where and what to eat and drink in Delray Beach, Florida.
The company has been in the video production industry since 1990 and have conceptualized, written, and produced hundreds of videos for businesses and individuals. The Food Beat is a platform that blends creativity, high definition video, and human interest stories in a fun and generally whimsical manner.
Viewers enjoy visually pleasing, in-depth looks at local restaurants, bars, bakeries, caterers and coffee houses. Advertisers enjoy a comprehensive marketing vehicle that incorporates online searches, couponing, social media, SEO benefits and HD Video.