Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst directing eHarmony commercial

Singer uses film skills to help singles find love

Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst directing eHarmony commercial
Limp Bizkit singer Fred Durst has directed a commercial for dating service eHarmony, it has been revealed.

A post on eHarmony's Twitter account included a photo of Durst with the company's CEO Dr Neil Clark Warren onset of the shoot accompanied by the text: "Our CEO Dr Neil Clark Warren is on set today filming new commercials w/ Director @freddurst ! #behindthescenes #epic." You can see the post below.




Previously, Durst directed the 2007 film The Education Of Charlie Banks and 2008's comedy sports film The Longshots, which stars rapper Ice Cube. It was reported last year, meanwhile, that Durst is working on developing a TV show based on his own life. Titled The Noise, it will depict the life of a young artist in the 1990s who escapes a tough home life and forms a hugely succesful band.

Limp Bizkit, meanwhile, are set to play this year's Sonisphere festival. They are joined on the bill by the likes of Iron Maiden, Metallica and The Prodigy.


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