Ideally, Kirby Heyborne would earn a living by making the type of First Presidency-approved, church-sanctioned films that are shown in Legacy Theater on Temple Square.

"If I could do those for the rest of my life, and make enough money to support my family, I would do that in a heartbeat," the Mormon film star said in a phone interview Monday. "But in reality, there's no way."

The 31-year-old father of two said he doesn't live in an ideal world. He lives in Los Angeles, where audition call-backs are few and far between, and a job filming a TV commercial can determine whether an actor's family has health insurance.

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