New York – Nov 20 2014

No Cover when you say EuroCircle at the Door (make sure you get a stamp at the door to get these specials)

Join us at this trendy rooftop for our Pre-Thanksgiving Rooftop Party!

Dress Code: Dress to Impress, Fall Chic
$ 10 Absolut drinks on specials

$10 champagne by the glass

A great DJ spinning tunes throughout the night.

Your Hosts:

Boriana Pavlova, Bulgaria, Bulgarian’s Women’s Club.Former Bulgarian actress, Boriana is founder of the Bulgarian Women’s Club in New York. She frequently hosts various cultural and creative events that celebrate local community leaders, artists and young entrepreneurs. She is interested in helping those around her and motivating others to remain active in the enrichment of Bulgarian culture at home and in the United States. She just produced a one of a kind celebration of Bulgarian beauty and talent in the annual competition Miss Bulgaria in US

Harriet Kulmala, Finland,  Arctic Circle of Finns in NYC

Sherry Kumar, Serbia – EuroCircle Philly & NYC

Alexandra  Spirer, USA, EuroCircle NY

PS. Our latest NY Interview – October Member of the Month – Francesco Di Maio – Italy Meets New York

About R Level Rooftop

“A rooftop haven with stunning views.”
Located on the 12th floor of our distinctive New York City luxury hotel, Level R Rooftop & Lounge offers magnificent views of Lincoln Center as well as the Broadway & Columbus Avenue gateway to Manhattan’s Upper West Side.

San Francisco – Nov 22 2014


Note: Save-the-Date – Dec 5th for Dutch Saint Nicholas Party with a Euro PC Twist!

Yes it is that time of the year! Thanksgiving: we gave a party last year that was quite successful so we are doing it again. This time it will be the Saturday before everyone takes off for the weekend!

The Evening will be a networking party from 8:30PM-10PM
this will include free champagne for the first 40 arrivals plus free appetizers!!!

Then at 10:30 it will be time for a
why double bubble you ask?
As we have champagne and we are trying to get a bubble machine to make the party even more fun!
Plus maybe even some Black Lites as it is something different 🙂

As we are in the spirit of Thanksgiving we will have a food drive as well taken place on this fun soiree.
If you RSVP and bring a can of food, your entrance will be free before 9PM, and $5 before 10pm

If anyone knows any charity that is in need for canned goods besides my church please let me know and I will be happy to share with any charity. It is the season of giving!

So lets thank all of us for coming to this event!
It will be fun and helping out a good cause!

Music will be:
DJ Marc van Brabant

Happy Transatlantic Giving!


Boston – Nov 21 & 22 2014

Join us for a program of short films from the 13 countries that have joined the European Union since 2004. The program was curated by the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, and is supported by the EU Delegation to the US. Co-sponsored by the Department of Film & Television, Boston University College of Communication.

Friday, November 21 6 to 9 PM
Saturday, November 22, 2 to 5 PM
(The full program will be screened both days.)

Boston University College of Communication, 640 Commonwealth Avenue, Room B-05.

Free and open to the public.

The Goethe-Institut Washington, The European Union National Institutes of Culture (EUNIC) Washington, DC, and the European Union Delegation to the United States developed the idea of celebrating the tenth anniversary of the eastward expansion of the European Union by assembling a selection of short films from the 13 newest member states: Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Cyprus, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, the Slovak Republic, Slovenia.

Visit website for program:

Jesper Løvendahl – DABGO & Expatride Founder’s Life in South Florida

The new Euros of Hollywood reality show has brought some new European faces to our attention, we met Massimo already. Let’s move to the other side of America. Florida – to meet an interesting Dane.

Please tell us about yourself, Jesper.

My name is Jesper Løvendahl, born and raised in Copenhagen, Denmark. I am the founder of Denmark’s largest international business network DABGO with over 10,000 members globally. A network created to make a positive difference on Denmark’s international trade and Danish business peoples opportunities globally. It is a non-profit network driven by over 100 volunteers in 37 different cities.

DABGO has had such a positive impact on so many Danish people and companies that the leading independent think tank in Scandinavia “Mandag Morgen” chose me as being part of “The New Elite” of Denmark. A group of people who will be part of paving the future for Denmark. This year I was also included in “Krak’s Blue Book” 2014/2015 edition (a who’s who of Denmark). The book contains life stories of approx. 8,000 living Danish women and men who has a significant positive influence on Danish society.

DABGO is a spare time project that is completely philanthropy, so for income I have my own company ExpatRide International – . A company I created to assist expats with car leasing, financing, insurance and rentals in the U.S: and internationally.

My first expat experience was as a teenager where I lived with my family in Singapore for three years. My next adventure abroad was as an expat in Munich, Germany working for a start-up internet company. For the past 9 years I have been living in the U.S.

Working with expats, Danish or other nationalities, is a passion for me. All my time (minus family, friends and sports) are spend on expat related activities. In 2007 I was awarded the prestigious position as President of the Danish American Chamber of Commerce New York. The youngest president ever. A position I held until we moved to South Florida.

In 2012 His Royal Highness Prince Joachim of Denmark presented me with the honorary title “Copenhagen Goodwill Ambassador” for the voluntary work I do for Copenhagen.

What do you enjoy most about life in South Florida, now when you have more experience, how’s the quality of life compared to Denmark, other European cities..?

Quality of life can be defined in two categories when comparing Denmark and South Florida: “Happy and secure” and “Luxury and sunny”.
In South Florida we have more affordable access to luxury experiences such as homes, restaurants, cars and events. The weather is usually good or great, and coming from Denmark I highly appreciate the many sunny days. Life in Florida is good if you have a good steady income. What I don’t like is the liberal gun laws, very confusing health insurance scheme, exploitation of the poor and lower middle class and lack of trust in others.
Opposite in Denmark access to luxury is expensive (especially cars) and the weather is grey most of the time. But school is free, healthcare is free, poor people as defined in the U.S. does not exist and there is a high level of trust in other people and the government in general. This gives you a much more happy and secure feeling when raising kids, because no matter what happens to you and your income, your kids will still have the same opportunities in life.
The above is also the reason why we next summer will move to Denmark for some years to give the kids the Danish culture, language and way of thinking. Both kids (a boy and a girl) are born here in the U.S., so this will be their first expat experience.

Do you feel South Florida is a good place for you as an entrepreneur right now? Are there any areas expats like you might like in the USA in your opinion (entrepreneurs/startups WHY??

South Florida is a great place to be an entrepreneur if you are not building a company in need of venture capital money. If you have a great service and your customers are across the U.S. or globally, it really doesn’t matter where you set up your shop, so why not do it in sunny South Florida. Rent is cheap, no state tax and access to skilled labor.

When I lived in New York I was the President of the Danish American Chamber of Commerce and I often met Danish business people planning to move to New York to start a company or open up an office. My first question was always “Where are your customers in the U.S.?”. Most would say all over the U.S., and would tell them that in for example Dallas their money would last three times longer than in New York. Since new markets in general takes three times longer to penetrate than expected, their investment in the U.S. market would be safer outside the metropolitan areas of New York, LA, Chicago and San Francisco. This was not something most people wanted to hear as they had a personal dream of living in New York, but as I told them once you have made your millions you can live anywhere.

How would you rate the public transport? What are the different options? Do you need to own a car?

What public transportation! Here in South Florida you really cannot do without a car. Maybe as a single person you can ride a scooter for short distances if you live in Miami or Fort Lauderdale.

How did you end up starting the kind of business you do? What about your business network for Danes?

The idea for ExpatRide came from my own negative experience with trying to lease a car in 2005 in New York, without having a U.S. credit history. It took more than 6-7 weeks to get the paperwork ready, I paid a fortune in interest rates and got a very inflexible lease. So when the credit crunch happened end of 2008, and I was ready to start something on my own, I thought why not try to solve the expat car leasing, financing and insurance challenge for new expats in the U.S.
We now service expats with car leasing/financing in 14 countries, car rentals in 100 countries and auto insurance in 150 countries. Our services are not just limited to simple leases or financing options. In China, we service Fortune 500 clients with car and chauffeur service and in Mexico we not only offer chauffeur service, but also armored cars and bodyguards.
DABGO ( was started after reading Keith Ferrazzi’s book “Never Eat Alone”, as this book gave me a big kick in the butt in regards to making an honest effort in building my professional network. I basically created the network to make it possible for myself to locate where interesting Danish business people lived and worked in the U.S., so that I could contact them on my many business travels around the U.S. After putting over 500 hours into searching for Danes across the U.S. I launched the network, and it quickly became a success. So big that we had to branch it out to other countries/regions around the world. We now have over 10,000 members globally and can reach about 20,000 via our Linkedin groups and Facebook groups.
One thing which was very important to me when I started DABGO and I have been “religious” about, is the fact that it will never cost money to be a member of DABGO. As soon as you start charging for membership you will lose the opportunity to help many of the Danish business people who needs help the most. This is in direct contrast to how many chambers of commerce operates. DABGO is not for sale, and if I was ever to hand over the “ownership” of DABGO, it would be to give it to the Danish people and thereby the Danish government.
Since starting DABGO I rarely ever “Eat Alone”. In 2007 we launched our first “Stambord”, which is a Danish expression for a regular meet-up table, in New York. The concept is simple, we meet up every first Wednesday of the month, same place and same time. It does not cost anything to attend apart from your own drinks and food. The Stambord was created as an alternative to many other events created by Danish organizations in New York where it would cost money to attend, you needed to register and the events would be at random dates. With this concept we created a regular meet up which people could put in their calendar for years to come and we opened it up to another segment of Danes who either didn’t have the money to attend the paid events or felt intimidated by the formal set up of these events.
Stambord is now present in 37 different cities around the world, and is growing on a consisten basis. It’s all coordinated by over 100 volunteers, who give their time and energy to better for other Danes.
The mantra of DABGO is “It’s not about who you know or who knows you, it’s all about who and how many you’ve helped!”.

Do you have other startup projects going on?

I have two other expat services which I am working on. is a “portal” of most of the relevant services an expat will need when moving to the U.S. It is created in a very simple way which makes the service providers come to you, instead of the expat having to chase down or locate the expat specialized providers able to assist.
My newest is as telephone number service, making it easy for family and friends to call the expat overseas. The service makes it possible to receive calls through a local number in your native country from only $3 monthly.
In my home country Denmark I have together with a good friend launched a service that offers expat kids Danish lessons while they are on vacation in Denmark. This service is offered via the DABGO network
I got many other ideas for expat related services, so there will be many more launched over the years to come.

Which are the best places/suburbs to live in South Florida as an expat in your opinion?

If you’re a single or couple without kids Miami Beach or the Brickell area downtown Miami is great. If you have kids then Boca Raton and Delray Beach are the best places.

Do you go out a lot – hobbies? Or is everything about work right now?

I took up road biking a couple of years ago, and go riding 3-4 times a week. There is a great road biking community in Boca area. I go to the gym and every few weeks I play soccer with my Danish friends in Miami. If I had a bit more time I would love to start windsurfing again, something I did when I lived in Denmark.

What are the locals like; do you feel you mix mainly with other expats?

South of Fort Lauderdale most of the locals are South Americans. North of Fort Lauderdale you’ll see a lot of people from the North East. My closest friends are Danish. I guess due to my involvement in Danish networking. All my employees are Swedish and my road bike friends are mostly Danes or Americans.

Did you think it is easy meeting people/other startups and making friends Miami?

Nothing is easy when it comes to meeting new people, it depends on your own level of activity. These days with many different Facebook groups and EuroCircle it’s easy to find opportunities to meet other likeminded people, just about anywhere.

What’s the economic climate like in Miami, how would you compare it to the Denmark? Why? How does the work culture differ from Denmark?

The economic climate is on the up, and you see more real estate investments everywhere. The economical improvements are not as evenly spread as in Denmark, but hopefully a higher minimum wage will be able to improve the large inequality in the state.
Work culture is completely different. In Florida it is very much the carrot & stick management philosophy. A philosophy that does not install much loyalty for the employer. In Denmark there is a much higher level of trust in the individual employee, pay is averagely better and with a minimum of three months notice of termination, the employees are also more secure in their jobs and therefore tend to apply more of themselves in their jobs to the benefit of the employer.

Did you have any misconceptions about South Florida that have turned out to be super wrong….or vice versa, you thought something will be great and it is exactly the other way around?

I really didn’t know anything about South Florida when we moved down here, so it was a bit like an adventure to discover our new surroundings. One thing that was a pleasant surprise was the active lifestyle and the many friends my family and I have made through sports activities either on the road or in the gym.

Do you think your career (business) would be the same in Denmark – or does this work better for you? Either way, please explain more.

My career opportunities would no doubt be better in Denmark than here in the U.S., due to my large global network which I could utilize better in Denmark. In regards to my business it works better here than it would in Denmark. This is largely due to the nature of the services we provide and that the U.S. market is by far much more interesting than the Danish market. The plan is to open up a European office to better support our European partners and customers.

What are your favorite restaurants/bars in Miami – why ?

Fontainebleau Miami Beach. Great lobby bar, home of LIV nightclub and great pool/drinks area ocean side.

Is there any advice you would like to offer new expat arrivals or contemplating a move to South Florida – especially for a startup??

A Startup in South Florida is more about combining affordable overheads with a great lifestyle. If your company is not limited to one geographic location for your customers, then South Florida will be a great place for startup. But my advice is to keep it no further south than Fort Lauderdale as the work mentality is more European/North East USA than south of Fort Lauderdale where its more South American, which of course will be an advantage if targeting the South American market.

Denmark is known as the happiest nation in the world. Danes may be difficult at first to get in contact with, but if you manage to break down the barriers, you will have a friend for life.
Nordic food culture is gaining a lot of interest after the world’s best restaurant “Noma” for 4 years is Danish and serves Nordic inspired food.
Danish world famous products are Lego, Bang & Olufson, Pandora, Fritz Hansen, George Jensen and Carlsberg.

Elevator speech about Copenhagen?

YouTube video: 36 Hours in Copenhagen | The New York Times

Jesper at Facebook
Jesper at Linkedin
Jesper at EuroCircle


Los Angeles – Nov 20 2014

Come hang out with us in this so called, winter time here in LA.

The Europeans and locals will meet at Phillippe Chow in Beverley Hills from 6.45pm onwards on Thursday November 20th 2014.
This place has happy hour till 8pm, they’ll be serving from their Happy Hour Menu – Wines and Beers $5 and our favourite Margaritas and Cocktails at $7. They also have some amazing appetizers at $7.

We guaranteed it’ll be a fun evening, and to prove us right you’ll have to show up!
You can RSVP either on FB or here (orange RSVP button), which requires being or signing up as a member.

Looking forward to meeting some of you guys there.


Tanya & Sonny​

EuroCircle Los Angeles Group at Facebook:

Meet some of our members and other expats in LA:

Massimo Dobrovich – Euros of Hollywood reality show
Camilla Rantsen – Writer/Producer/Actress
Heini Tavastia, Actress

Chicago – Nov 14 2014

The University of Chicago French Club and its Partners Present​

Join Dominique de Villepin, former Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister of France, as he offers his unique perspective on more than ten years of foreign intervention around the world.

Since his historic speech in 2003 at the UN Security Council declaring French opposition to the US invasion of Iraq, Mr. de Villepin has remained a prominent voice on foreign intervention and its alternatives. A veteran of diplomatic channels, Mr. de Villepin will draw upon his exceptional experience to reflect on international crises facing the world today.

His address will be followed by an extended Q&A moderated by Steve Edwards, Executive Director of the University of Chicago Institute of Politics.

Please REGISTER only if you will attend and CANCEL if your plans change.

Please contact University of Chicago French Club President Eve Zuckerman with any questions about this event:

Massimo Dobrovic – Euros of Hollywood Reality Show, Acting is a mental sport

The new Euros of Hollywood reality show has brought some new European faces to our attention, let’s meet one of them.

Please introduce yourself.

Hi, my name is Massimo Dobrovic, I am from Rome, Italy, I was born in Pula, Istria, now Croatia within the Italian minority. I grew up in Italy. I graduated from the United World College of the Adriatic and afterwards from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.

At what age did you know that you wanted to be an actor/creative personality?

I’ve auditioned to become a member of the National Theatre at age 12. I got accepted and I’ve started doing theatre and got into acting at that age. So this year I celebrate 18 years of being an actor and 15 of being a choreographer. I started professional modern dance training when I was 15.

What has been the most exciting “thing” /s or role/s that you’ve covered during your career or should we say careers?

As an actor I’ve started in theatre. I had the honor to work with world-renowned directors from all over the world. So the most exciting role I did in theatre was sure the role on Banquo in Macbeth, with this performance I had the opportunity to go on a Theatre World tour. On screen my most exciting role was last year in the movie Badge of Honor where I had the opportunity to play an all American role – a cop from the Seattle Police Department. For that role I’ve trained for months with the actual policemen and worked extremely hard with my Dialect Coach to get down completely my Standard American Accent so I would sound authentically like an all American cop.

Is there any particular story, moment, an award or an achievement throughout your career that you are particularly proud of?

I am extremely proud of having been selected to represent my country as the one out of the two representers at the United World College, which is a college where 91 countries are represented and only 1 or 2 people per country get the chance to study there cause you have to be offered a full scholarship based on merits. You cannot pay to go to the UWC. You have to be awarded a full scholarship.I’ve also been selected many times for world theatre tours. After that I am extremely proud that I was also awarded a full scholarship at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts where they only give out 5 International scholarships a year and I was one of the five. I feel very proud about these two achievements. I have many other but these are the two that I feel most proud about.

What would you say is the biggest misconception that people have about your profession (acting) or choreographer?

The biggest misconception that people have about actors are:
1. That it is enough to be handsome, beautiful and cute in order to be an actor (false-it takes much more than that)
2. That it is enough to be on tv, even just with a reality show like Big Brother or the Amazing Race and after that I can become an actor (false-training is the first step)
3. That if you have money you can buy your way into the industry cause you don’t have to get a day job (false-cause talent+training+personality+hard work+persistency+etc…..needs to be there and much more)
4. That people wants to be actors only cause of the money and for having those 5 minutes of fame (false-if you want to be an actor only cause of the money you should not be in this business in the first place-cause when you sign up to be dedicate your entire life to being an actor you sign up for uncertainty-PRINT THIS CLEARLY IN YOUR BRAIN)
5. That actors sleep their way to the top ( false- probably there are some people that might have that approach to this career in this way but at the very end it will lead you to have only a mediocre career, sleeping your way to the top will not lead you to the OSCAR)

1. If I have choreographed a music video now I am a choreographer (false-being a choreographer has becoming a more abstract word every day more and more, probably in 2030 the word will have slightly a different meaning that it has today and that is due to all the reality shows involved with dancing where it can be seen that choreography can go from a ball room dancing ( see Dancing with the Stars all the way to Ru Paul Drag Race, where choreography is a sort of an imitation of a transvestite doing a Pop-Diva, everything in between is choreography) SO EVERYTHING IS CHOREOGRAPHY.
2. Classical Ballet training is fundamental (false-depends which kind of choreography you do in life, if you want to choreograph Hip-Hop or Break Dance ballet training is not absolutely necessary)
3. Choreographers are dancers that cannot dance anymore cause they are too old or they have an injury (false-cause if you have a passion to put into reality a vision that you have of a dance and you don’t care about performing but you like to create the dance, the performance and that boost your adrenaline and make you feel like a real artist you do not have to be a dance-performer you can spend your entire life creating-but I do believe each choreographer has to be a dancer at least once in their lives and each dancer has to be a choreographer at least once like I believe that each actor needs to direct at least once in their lives and each director needs to be an actor at least once)

What do you enjoy most about being an actor vs. your other careers? What is the worst about being an actor?

What I enjoy the most of being an actor is that I get to create other lives, tell story that otherwise would not be told and make people think about things that sometimes they would not think about. The worst thing about being an actor is that you have to build within yourself an enormous amount of strength, “thick skin”, mental force that even when no one believes in you, even when you go to 200 auditions and you don’t book a single one and even when you spend 10 years trying to get an acting job to NEVER GIVE UP AND ALWAYS BELIEVE IN YOURSELF.

You have to be obsessed with acting – IT HAS TO BE AN OBSESSION not a passion, you have to have a fire burning inside you every day for your entire life, you have to be extremely hungry for this job all the time, otherwise it will never work out for you.

What have you found to be the biggest difference between acting in Europe and Los Angeles? Just out of curiosity loved to hear something about your other European/US experiences too.

The biggest difference about acting in Europe vs. American is that actors in Europe are trained completely different than in America. In Europe the vast majority of actors are classically trained which usually mean a theatre training and there is a lot of emphasize on that, in general. In America not all the actors that you work with have necessarily training or have been trained, some of them never took a single acting class in your life and happens mostly when you work in TV and Film. It is not a 100% necessary requisite to work in Motion Pictures and Television in America, in Europe almost always it is a necessary requisite. The training in itself it is also very different cause even at acting schools in America it is very rare that an actor would be train to do the Greek Theatre Tragedy which is 2000 years old or Goldoni’s Commedia dell’Arte while in Europe it is very common. In America it is much more common that an actors start by getting into an Audition Technique class and trying to master the art of auditioning, in Europe most of the times they don’t even know what it is an Audition Technique class, they don’t have a concept for it.

How did you audition for Euros of Hollywood – reality shows are not reality in many ways as we all know. They must entertain so what are the producers trying to portray – certainly not the typical European professionals.

I’ve got called in to audition for the show through L.A. casting website, I went to the audition, then I had 2 call-backs and then I was cast to do the Pilot, after we were done shooting the Pilot, we waited almost 6 months before we knew got picked up and most of the original cast-mates from the Pilot have been replaced only 3 of us 6 have made it to be cast in the Series. So I can say for me it was very much alike other Theatrical TV Auditions and processes that you’re involved as an actor in order to be on a tv show. I have to say at the beginning I didn’t want to do it cause as an actor sometimes you don’t want to be associated necessarily with reality tv but when my amazing acting coach told me that Jeremy Renner started on a Bravo reality show and he showed me the episodes I was sold on the idea cause he is an Academy Nominated Actor so that’s my goal, as well. I though if Jeremy Renner can do I don’t see why I can’t.

What kind of people survive and do well in this field of work (acting) in your opinion?

In my opnion the people that do well in acting are people that have the following qualities:
1.PERSISTENCY 2.PROACTIVE 3.THICK SKIN 4.ALWAYS POSITIVE 5.EXTREMELY HARD WORKERS 6. GOOD-HEARTED 7.KNOW HOW TO LET GO 8.DON’T HAVE ANY PROBLEM DEALING WITH CONSTANT REJECTIONS 9.HAVE AMAZING MORAL VALUES WITH PEOPLE THAT SURROUND YOU WHO STRONGLY SUPPORT YOU AND BELIEVE IN YOU, (family, partners, friends etc…) without these people with you any actor would be depressed and would have an addiction. You need those people to always keep you focused. This is a constant problem in Hollywood 10.STRONG PERSONALITY AND CHARACTER 11.

Are there any roles that you would hate to cover? And what roles would be the most interesting for you – that may be different money-wise and interest-wise of course.

As an actor I don’t hate to cover any roles. For me each role is an opportunity to make that specific role an amazing work of art. I give 100% of myself, full commitment, dedication, passion and hard work even if I have 1 line to say, I do the same entire process of preparation for that one line even if when the movie comes out I see that I am not in it cause the only 1 line that I had they cut it out, I say oh well, NEXT!!!! Roles that I would love to cover the most are Romantic Comedies roles and comedy roles in general cause I feel the movie industry need to go back and produce more different comedy genres that we were used to in the 80’s and 90’s, the last decade has been a lot about “super-heros” or “supernatural movies”,which I love but I think we need more amazing comedy as well, especially I feel there is a lack of physical comedy. I also would love to do real-stories and portray characters that really existed, where you can research everything and your research becomes the most important part of the process. I would do anything to play emotional dramatic roles about real-life people that had a huge impact in this world where we live.

What advice would you give to other aspiring European actors aiming for the stars in Hollywood

The advice I would give is that they need to know that: 1. The road is really hard and harder than something you could ever imagine 2.The Visa or Green Card Process is super-difficult while in Europe there is no need to get through this kind of process for foreigners. 3.Getting Down perfectly the Standard American Accent is extremely important and it takes years of hard work and full dedication while in the 70’s and 80’s there was not that much stress on the dialect and as matter of fact foreign actors were most of the time given a role cause of their charming accent and they loved it, it was something to keep. 3. They need to have a lot of money saved up in their bank accounts before even thinking of moving here, everything is much more expensive than in Europe.4.Even if they were trained in Europe they need to get Hollywood training to work here. 5.If they were working actors in Europe or celebrities in Hollywood it doesn’t mean absolutely anything, everybody starts from zero here.6. Need to engage within the community immediately, cannot be isolated or hanging out with their European friends.

What and who captivate you in the world of the celebrities – and why?

My Idols are Meryl Streep and Daniel Day Lewis, they are real examples for my career.

Since you are European – must ask what do you miss most from Europe– think you ever return to live back there? And how is the European community in Los Angeles?

What I miss most from Europe is the culture, the monuments, the piazzas, being able to walk everywhere from church to church, from piazza to piazza, I miss going out at 2 am instead of coming home at 2am. I miss the fashionable life-style and the trendiness, most of all I miss my Italian food. I miss the human relationships and moral values. I love living in Los Angeles for what I do, it is the best place in the world if you want to be an actor. I do not exclude the possibility that one day I will go live in Europe again, as a matter of fact I like spreading my time between Europe and here. I still have my house in Rome and I need to go back to my city to breathe culture and art again so that I can come here reenergized and ready for more hard-work.

What do you see the best about the European culture/people vs. American?

In Europe I like 1. The high-quality of the food 2. The Free Health-Insurance for everybody 3.The high-quality of life-style with less money and less income 4.The laid-back and peaceful society 5.The luxury goods available to the majority of the population. 6.The extremely old culture, art and education accessible to everybody. 7. The State or almost free of charge Universities 7.The importance of human relationships, moral values, philosophic thoughts exchanges and view of opinions at all times. 8.The appreciation of highly-sophisticated operas, ballets, classical theatre, architecture 9.The peacefulness and tranquillity with money,not everything has to be about money and you can live a happy life with no money in many countries in Europe. 10. The educated people even in less-developed European countries

What do you hope Euros of Hollywood will mean to your career?? How has it started – and how will they measure its success?

Euros of Hollywood I see it as my start in American Television. I hope people will understand that with Euros of Hollywood I wanted to give my contribute in America by showing,performing, cooking, share my personal European knowledge and creativity to make America even a better place to live and to give the new opportunities to Americans to how they can improve their every-day life-style, how we can all make our lives of a much better, fuller, richer and higher quality. I want to give to all Americans and the World the possibility to create a higher life-style for themselves just by adjusting small things in our every-day life and without spending any money.

If I give you unlimited money and power – what would you like to do with your career and life?

If I would have unlimited money and power I will give it all to charity and I would invest it all into fundraising and helping all the people and the places in the world that are in true need of immediate help.I want to make the world a better place and I feel happy and satisfied when I can contribute by doing so at all times.

Massimo Dobrovic Facebook Fan Page
Bravo Website profile

San Francisco – Nov 15 2014

EuroCircle has the Honor to Host Tony Kutulas Electrique party that contains a Great Greek Party in the lower lever with 2 Greek DJ’s Antonaki (Paros, Greece) and Tasso known for Greek and Club mixes.

So let’s think like the Ancient Greeks and show that we can still party like Socrates in the 21st Century!

For the Europeans that still prefer the European House sound upstairs Nile, Reggie Soares and MvB will provide the newest international house beats on the Euro/SF Scene!

Yes you can have the best of both worlds!

There will be an area upstairs designated for our European Members so if you feel like a chat about the old world this is the place to be 🙂 However if you feel like immersing in the Greek Culture for something different than you are more than welcome to to use the Trojan Horse or stairs to party like a Spartan downstairs. So long you leave your sword and shield at home (that was last fortnight)

Here comes the Greatest News!

FREE WITH RSVP before 10:45pm*
It will be super strict thereafter!
This is only available through this FB invite or our website.

So its time for you to wear some stylish attire as we start enforcing a dress code as Eurocircle is getting momentum to having the most fun parties!!!!

As always Volunteers Needed!
Greeters, Chatters, and Hosts


HOSTED BY :: EuroCircle

714 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA 94111

VIP Booth Res. (415) 434-4204 |
Stylish Attire | VIP List RSVP | 21+

Miami – Oct 17 2014


Miami EuroCircle Re-launch PRIVATE party…

Save the date – You are coordinately invited to join us for a private celebration of re-launch of EuroCircle Miami chapter on Friday, October 17th, at 7pm.

Please come to meet and mingle with other Europeans who call Miami their new home. One of the acclaimed fashion designer/photographera generously will open the doors of his luxury studio for our soiree… The studio is hidden in the heart of the dazzling Design District, just down the street from the famed retailers such as Prada, Dior and Cartier just to mention few.

Please email to for further details of the event.

Looking forward to meeting you!

Yours sincerely,