HBO’s ‘Silicon Valley’ Will Guest Star Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel
Would you like to see Snapchat Chief Executive Evan Spiegel acting? Chief of the ephemeral messaging service will be making an ephemeral appearance on the Season Two premier of HBO series “Silicon Valley,” reveals the Los Angeles Times.
Report suggests that Spiegel will be playing a prominent role in his two minute appearance on the show. The show premier is scheduled for 10 p.m on April 12.
According to LA Times, HBO spurned its request for divulging more information about the scene featuring Spiegel and about the location where the filming will be done.
Though watching Spiegel’s role in a show may be a new experience for many people but featuring big names of the tech industry in “Silicon Valley” is certainly becoming a normal act for HBO. It took many notable figures from the techworld including Google Chairman Eric Schmidt for role playing in the First Season of the show.
Lets just refocus Spiegel, the young CEO of one of the most popular apps has reportedly been quite a sufferer from slight media freight. This can ostensibly be said just by looking at the number of public appearances he has made recently and number of times he faced camera. However, the successful Chief is now working to alleviate the shyness. When the LA Times tried to get Spiegel’s comments through a Snapchat Spokeswoman, he spurned the request.
If you are interested to watch Spiegel’s role in “Silicon Valley” but want to know first what actually the show is, then keep on reading. “Silicon Valley” is basically a comedy series initially inspired by co-creator Mike Judge’s own experiences as a Silicon Valley engineer in the late 1980s. John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky are two other names who have contributed in the creation of sitcom.
Following fictional startup Pied Piper “Silicon Valley” tries to find its success. The First Season starred eight bigwigs from the tech world who were shown forming a company in Silicon Valley. In the Second Season, Pied Piper may have to deal with impetus capitalists.