Pretty Little Liars Actor Stars Alongside Stevie Wonder in 2013 Super Bowl Commercial

Steve Talley -  'Voodoo' - Bud Light Super Bowl Commercial 2013On Pretty Little Liars, you know Steve Talley as Zack, the sexy coffee shop owner whose scones Aria Montgomery threatened to crush should he wrong her mom Ella (whom he happens to be dating). However, during the Super Bowl XLVII, the PLL actor switched things up to star alongside music legend Stevie Wonder in a 2013 Super Bowl commercial for Bud Light. Watch him get his “mojo” on in the video ad below!

In the alluring and fast-paced Game Day spot, titled “Voodoo,” Steve plays a young man who makes a deal with a Mojo man (Stevie Wonder) from New Orleans. The ad features him gathering random yet specific items, including a clump of grass, an old sock, and a few strands of hair. He goes into a bar, orders a Bud Light and clinks his glass with the bartender. They glance at each other in silence but their eyes are full of telling. The bartender thrusts his head to the left as though pointing at something and, then the sandy-haired guy then begins walking down a candle-lit corridor and enters in a room where Stevie Wonder, looking fresh in a white suit and snapping to his hit “Superstitious,” flashes an ominous smile at him from atop a throne. Laughing menacingly, he asks the young man, ” You lookin’ for a little mojo? Let’s get lucky!” The scruffy-faced hottie then places the items he’s gathered on a nearby table. Suddenly, he finds himself sitting at the Super Bowl with a 49ers themed voodoo doll in his hand. The fellow next to him glances at the doll in alarm and then slowly pulls out his own voodoo doll — but his is for the Ravens. The following text appears on the screen after they look at each other with great suspicion: “It’s only weird if it doesn’t work.”

A voodoo doll? A secret passageway? A powerful blind individual who knows more than he lets on? How very PLL! Crazy “A” definitely approves. Watch Steve Talley get his “mojo” on in the 2013 Super Bowl Bud Light ad below and drop us a note in the comments telling us if you preferred this video to Shane Coffey and Chuck Hittinger’s Audi commercial!

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