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Hi I'm Holden Hintz

I'm a broadcaster. I'm an actor. I love sports and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a very loving half giant, half wookiee. I am 6'7 and love football. It is the Chess of Sports. Everybody has a different role and a different purpose and there is so much strategy but ultimately they are all working together to get that checkmate and win. I am a sports fanatic. I love all things sports, but especially the broadcasting aspect of it all. I played football in high school and played Defensive End. I also was in the broadcasting class. I always wanted to cover the sports corner. And in the winter of my senior year I got to be the official announcer of the Varsity Basketball teams. I loved it. I also juggled being a part of my high school theatre in Las Vegas. I acted in Footloose, Nancy Drew, The Somewhat True tale of Robin Hood, and Hairspray. It was in theatre that I got to be whoever I wanted to become and act like somebody that is completely unrealistic or extremely unlike me, but that is what I loved. I could become whoever I wanted, I often did so with a change of just my voice, emotions and actions. Which really grew my love and interest in Voice acting. It was also in my high school theatre class where I met the love of my life, who I intend on being sealed in the San Diego Temple to. I am currently serving a two year mission in the Oregon Portland Mission and love it up here.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up moving around all over the west side of the United States. My parents divorced when I was four, so I didn't ever have too stable of a living. When I was ten, I had an interest in baptism. I wasn't sure into what church but I knew it was important. My grandmother was LDS but my mother and father had not quite been. My mother was raised but fell away long before my birth and never taught me about Jesus Christ or even mentioned him. So as I lived with her and my sister in Oregon, I invited the missionaries over and started to receive the discussions. I loved it and knew it was the church I needed to be baptized into. After my missionary baptized me, I don't think I realized all what I signed up for and rarely went to church or lived the gospel, my weak excuse was that I didn't really want to do it all alone. I soon then moved to Nevada. Where I lived with my cousin Peter, who was seven months the elder and also LDS. His mother eventually stopped going as well so it was just him and I attending church and going to Boy Scouts and activities. I couldn't stand living with him. We often fought. But what I never realized till much later was the impression he left on my life. The example he set for me. It was at church where I needed to be every Sunday. It was the commandments I needed to start living. It was loving others I needed to start doing. Now my cousin Peter wasn't perfect but he opened my eyes to what the gospel was all about and why it didn't matter who went with you or who supports you, it matters who you are. So the next year he moved out back to California and then I started attending church regularly alone. My mother supported me and dropped me off but rarely if ever joined me. I knew who I wanted to be. What example I wanted to set for others. How I wanted to make everyones day just a little better. And that's why I knew serving a mission was so important. I was blessed so very much my entire life, the least I can do is give two years to the Lord.

How I live my faith

I live my faith my example. I love to smile, but I love to make others smile more. I love just talking to others in my community and really getting to know them and help them out any way I can. If I can tell the right joke and make them laugh, I feel as if I at least did some good in their life that day. The best way anyone could ever live their faith, is simply by loving their neighbor. To not care who or what they've done, but to help anyone in need anywhere. Any chance you get to do so. For no reward or no outcome. Just to do it because you love them and you love the Lord.