It’s Not Surprising…

There are a lot of surprising things in this world. In our latest commercial series, we suggest a few scenarios you might be surprised by…

Like Washington crossing the Delaware…Turnpike:

Or Randy Jackson judging a dog show:

Or Casual Friday at Buckingham Palace:

Or a triangle solo:

Or the running of the bull…dogs:

Or runway models on a runway:

Or Caesar on a caesar salad:

Or ordering a getaway car from an app:

 

What’s not surprising? How much our customers really saved when they switched their car insurance to GEICO. In fact, new GEICO customers report saving an average of over $500 a year.* How much could you save when you make the switch to GEICO?

Watch Behind-the-Scenes videos of your favorite GEICO commercials here.


Cast Credits

“Washington Crossing the Delaware”
George Washington: Jim Meskimen
Soldier 1: Rick Ingraham
Soldier 2: Chris Valenti
Soldier 3: Paul McCarthy-Boyington
Soldier 4: Andrew Ortiz
Soldier 5: Dan Salem
Soldier 6: Jayk Gallagher
Solider 7: Luke Wright
Soldier 8: Rob Michael Hugel
Soldier 9: Lamont Van Hook
Male Commuter: Geoffrey Blake
Female Commuter: Monique Edwards
Voice-Over: Andrew Anthony

“Dawg Show”
Himself: Randy Jackson
Female Dog Handler: Tracy Winters
Male Dog Handler: Christopher Grove
Judge: Eve Gordon
Voice-Over: Andrew Anthony

“Casual Friday at Buckingham Palace”
Casual Friday Guard: Daniel Wolfe
Guard: Christopher Ashman
Female Tourist: Jo Anne Kurman
Male Tourist: Randy Oglesby
Voice-Over: Andrew Anthony

“Triangle Solo”
Soloist: Jonathan Brooks
Conductor: Will Bowers
Musician: Junko Goda
Voice-Over: Andrew Anthony
Music: Butter music arrangement

“Running of the Bulldogs”
Hero Runner: Eli Bildner
Runner 1: George Contreras
Runner 2: Jaeme Velez
Runner 3: Alim Kouliev
Woman Crying: Carol Herman
Voice-Over: Andrew Anthony
Original music by Tiny Lion

“Runway Models”
Passenger 1: Stewart Skelton
Passenger 2: Nicole Pettis
Ground Crew 1: J Scott
Ground Crew 2: Carlos Antonio
Fashion Model 1: Sharaun Brown
Fashion Model 2: Faith Picozzi
Fashion Model 3: Jamie Vandyke
Fashion Model 4: Akii Lanier
Voice-Over: Andrew Anthony

“Hail, Caesar Salad!”
Caesar: Time Winters
Nana: Gloria Heaton
Waiter: John Colella
Dad: Mark Bloom
Mom: Rebecca Avery
Son: William McMullen
Voice-Over: Andrew Anthony

“Getaway Car”
Thief 1: Vincent Duvall
Thief 2: Vince Lozano
Thief 3: Bill Kottkamp
Driver/Randy: Nick Puga
Voice-Over: Andrew Anthony

 

*Average savings amount based on national GEICO New Policyholder survey data through August 2017.

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  1. Carla V. Meier says

    I agree whole hardetly with the below comment from Robert ADAMS says
    OCTOBER 29, 2017 AT 3:33 PM

    “Changing of the guard is very offensive. The rigorous training the solders have to accomplish is nothing to make fun of. Please remove this commercial as I lived in England for four years and fully understand the military post that is established here.”

    I too want you to take it down!!! How disrespectful can you get!!

  2. Rally Granny a.k.a. Betty True says

    This is so much fun to watch. The soloist is totally into his music and really feeling it! The absurdity of the whole situation can’t help causing laughter!
    Any time this commercial airs in our home, we all make a point to watch it. Up until now the Camel was our favorite and we were disappointed it was pulled so soon. We hope the triangle stays longer!

  3. Susan Kaylor says

    Best commercials on tv – always good for a laugh and very memorable. Creators and actors are doing a wonderful job.

  4. ROBERT E ADAMS says

    Changing of the guard is very offensive. The rigorous training the solders have to accomplish is nothing to make fun of. Please remove this commercial as I lived in England for four years and fully understand the military post that is established here.

  5. Lawrence Gillespue says

    Casual Friday commercial is inappropriate and disrespectful and insulting. Not funny or entertaining. It should be discontinued and an apology extended to the Palace Guards.

  6. M. Witt says

    Your Geico commercial featuring the triangle solo is an affront to a person’s intelligence. If I were looking to change insurance carriers, this commercial would definitely make me decide not to buy Geico.

  7. Donna McEachern says

    I LOVE the triangle solo commercial! After having gone to many rock concerts in my day, this was one aced it!

    Super Bowl commercial worthy for sure!