what commercial are you talking about? be more speficic
No one. The NuvaRing commercial is cartooned!
Anna Zielinski is the name of the girl who is featured in the Blue Sky commercial. They commercial was ran by American Express.
A baby girl.
The Oreck company had its beginnings in 1963, when David Oreck founded it. It manufactured and sold one of the first lightweight vacuums for commercial use, and now sells a variety of products.
I believe that's Rachel Bilson.
Reva Cheri (myspace.com/revacheri, cdbaby.com/revacheri). This is the girl whose voice is featured, not the on-camera talent in the commercial.
David Oreck, Founder of The Oreck Corporation
Don Oreck's birth name is Donald Allen Oreck.
who are the actors in this commercial?
its called Squeeze me by Kraak & Smaak
The blonde flower shop girl, in the PC-Matic commercial, is played by Marcia Masterson. Marcia Masterson has been featured in several low key commercials.
Sharon Oreck was born in 1926.
Her name is Nicole Vicius
Oreck has many products that purify. Oreck is best known for vaccums and vacuum brands typically have purifiers and humidiers. Oreck has the most highly rated purifiers.
The first iPod commercial features a man of Indian decent dancing wildly to a song. The song featured in the commercial is "Take California" by the Propellerheads.
The Oreck Corporation was founded in America in 1963 by David Oreck, producing vaccume cleaners mainly out of Tennesee. That woul make the Oreck Co in business for 48 years
from the dunkin donuts commercial*** her name is Claire i had to research it, she was also featured in The West Wing for a while and Yes Dear
Red Cross commercial, Play Your Part, was from the 1980s. It featured Gimme Shelter. Unfortunately the commercial can't be found on the internet.
David Oreck was born on 1923-09-17.
The boxer in this 2010 commercial is Ronald Simms.
The Oreck vacuum was created by David Oreck and their vacuums are considered top of the line cleaning devices and are available in most countries around the world.
mushrooms were the first ever tv commercial