Bobby Reed

Bobby Reed

Divimage Image Services

Actor, director and editor in Los Angeles, California

About Bobby

From Middletown, New York, Bobby has been in show business for over 50 years. L.A. stage work includes The Judge in Fatboy (2008 L.A. Weekly Award, Best Comedy Ensemble); Tierseas in The Bacchae (2007 Ovation Award nomination, Best Play); Beck in The Increased Difficulty of Concentration; and Sórin in The Seagull. TV: Parenthood, Parks and Recreation, The Defenders, Sons of Anarchy, Law & Order, or Hitler on Late Night with Conan O'Brien. NY stage: Bobby was a long-time member of Off-Broadway's famed Ridiculous Theatrical Company, appearing in their New York and London productions. Full details, for the truly curious, are on bobbyreed.com. Enjoy.


Name: Bobby Reed

Lives in: Los Angeles, California

Company: Divimage Image Services

Occupation: Actor, Director, Editor, Producer, Graphic Designer and Narrator

Unique traits: Can walk and chew gum

Credits

  • Gentlemen's Fury

    Gentlemen's Fury (2016)
    Film by Ben Sharples (Comedy) Actor A professional tennis player gets kicked off the tour for punching an opponent, then proceeds to join an underground tennis cult.

  • Let It Bleed

    Let It Bleed (2016)
    Film by Ben Burke (Action, Comedy and Thriller) Actor An ordinary man takes revenge only to find it's made him the target of a major crime lord and his army of psychopaths and professional killers.

  • Sing For Your Supper

    Sing For Your Supper (2016)
    Film by Mu Sun (Short, Comedy, Drama and Romance) Actor In a totalitarian world where one only eats as well as they can sing, a man must overcome his bout of laryngitis if he ever wants to eat again.

  • Moon Creek Cemetery

    Moon Creek Cemetery (2016)
    Film by Mark A. Pierce (Horror) Actor In the 1830's emigrants from Salem, Massachusetts fled their satanic legacy and came to settle in LaSalle County,Illinois. They brought along with them some of their more unpleasant, unsavory past. There were plain wars between settlers and Indians and whites put together a massacre and mass buried them in what became the cemetery. The Moon family were the curators of the plots. Local legend began after such things as farmers being woken up in the middle of the night with loud crashes coming from the cemetery, and then investigating and seeing all the tombstones knocked over. And then there were the murders... MARK A. PIERCE plays "Modus Pettet", an LAPD officer who came back to Illinois after a tragic conclusion to satanic child sacrifices involved a family member. He comes home to his roots to pick up his life and that includes reconnecting with his ex-wife, a Native American princess through descent. DAWNMARIE FERRARA plays "Kat Westrum". She married Modus when they were both young... Written by Mark A. Pierce

  • Atomic Couple!

    Atomic Couple! (2016)
    Film by Rodrigo Espinosa Marvan (Short and Comedy) Actor

  • Office Assassins

    Office Assassins (2016)
    Television (Comedy) Actor

  • The Valley

    The Valley (2016)
    Television (Comedy) Actor The Valley is the story of four friends trying to make it in Los Angeles as actors and filmmakers from the ground up.

  • 2 Broke Girls

    2 Broke Girls (2016)
    Television by Michael Patrick King (Comedy) Actor Sassy, streetwise Max works two jobs just to get by, one of which is waiting tables during the night shift at the retro-hip Williamsburg Diner. Sophisticated Caroline is an uptown trust fund princess who's having a run of bad luck that forces her to reluctantly give waitressing a shot. At first, Max sees Caroline as yet another in a long line of inept servers she must cover for, but she's surprised to find that Caroline has as much substance as she does style. When Caroline discovers Max's knack for baking amazing cupcakes, she sees a lucrative future for them, but they first need to raise the start-up money. Written by CBS

  • Trippin' with the Folks

    Trippin' with the Folks (2015)
    Film by Meghan Weinstein (Short and Comedy) Actor Kenny, a young stoner artist, takes acid with his raver girlfriend right before his parents surprise him for a visit. Now he must get through the night without his parents finding out he's high and face his irresponsibility when his parents accidentally take MDMA pills from his stash. Tonight, everyone gets high.

  • I Spit on Your Grave: Vengeance is Mine

    I Spit on Your Grave: Vengeance is Mine (2015)
    Film by R.D. Braunstein (Crime, Horror and Thriller) Actor Jennifer Hills is still tormented by the brutal sexual assault she endured years ago. She's changed identities and cities, reluctantly joining a support group where she begins to piece together a new life. But when her new friend's murderer goes free and the tales of serial rapists haunt her, Jennifer will hunt down the men responsible and do what the system won't - make them pay for their crimes in the most horrific ways imaginable. Only this time, no jury may be able to save her. Written by Noel Kardaris

  • Her Story

    Her Story (2015)
    Television (Drama) Actor Her Story is Los Angeles two trans women who have given up on love. Suddenly chance encounters give them hope. Violet is drawn to Allie, a reporter who approaches her for an interview. Career-driven Paige meets James, the first man she's considered opening up to in years. Will they risk letting what they are stand in the way of being loved for who they are? This is a story of been complex characters who laugh, struggle, and grow, who share strength in sisterhood, who seek and find love. Her Story depicts the unique, complicated, and very human women we see in queer communities, and explores how these women navigate the intersections of label identity and love. Written by Her Story Show

  • Beauty in the Broken

    Beauty in the Broken (2015)
    Film by Max Leonida (Comedy and Romance) Actor The worlds of a depressed psychologist and an emotionally disturbed homeless woman collide. While trying to rescue her they fall in love, and each gets a second chance at a new life.

  • Decently Priced

    Decently Priced (2015)
    Television by Conner McCabe (Comedy) Actor Former prodigy animal whisperer Kevin Fairly is given a second chance as a bagger at a grocery store. What seems like a simple clerk position turns out to be much more than that.

  • Mercy for Angels

    Mercy for Angels (2015)
    Film by Dale Stelly (Action, Drama and Thriller) Actor Vida Guerra stars as Tracy Stallworth, who in the heat of teenage rebellion, runs away from home and is van snatched from a dangerous L.A. neighborhood by a prostitution ring. In desperation, Tracy's police mom, Kim (Nicola Bertram) and her detective partner, Joe (Robert Sanchez) go undercover on skid row in search for Tracy. While combing the Los Angeles streets, a tip leads the two detectives to an estate owned by politician and billionaire, Dale Harrison. Sex, money, and drugs are the backdrop of this edge-of-your-seat suspense drama that takes you into the dangerous world of human trafficking. Written by N. Shemrah Fallon

  • Ktown Cowboys

    Ktown Cowboys (2015)
    Film by Daniel Park (Comedy and Drama) Actor Based on the wildly successful web-series of the same name, KTOWN COWBOYS is a bro-mantic dramedy that follows a group of ball-busting, hard-partying friends wrestling with their evolution into adulthood. As their individual struggles come to light, the group of friends band together in Koreatown and through late nights at seedy after-hour soju bars, karaoke drinking girls and even a stint in jail, each emerges as a better version of himself. Written by Brian Chung

  • The Worst Year of My Life

    The Worst Year of My Life (2015)
    Film by Jonathan Smith (Comedy and Drama) Actor One week before proposing to his girlfriend, Kyle, a down-on-his-luck romantic, discovers that she's been sleeping with another man. Unemployed, saddled with debt, and depressed, Kyle embarks on a funny yet affecting journey to recovery that involves living in his car, bottom-of-the-barrel jobs, therapy, online dating, and Kyle's own wild, fantastical, and snarky imagination. Written by Anonymous

  • Assistants

    Assistants (2015)
    TV Movie by Courtney Arnett (Comedy) Actor The pilot follows three Hollywood assistants and their lives with one another, and with their bosses. Heather (Courtney Arnett) wants to be a producer, and is assistant to a major Hollywood producer's child, actually making her a glorified nanny. Jules (Natasha Pearl Hansen) is the assistant to an heiress socialite who can't do a single thing for herself. Her life is her boss's. Kim (Mallory Margaret Stephan) just moved to Los Angeles and accidentally gets a job, like her friends, as an assistant. She is hired to literally keep an old man studio executive alive. These three friends work hard to create their own identity, while running other people's lives.

  • Deeds Not Words

    Deeds Not Words (2014)
    Film by Matthew Law (Short, Action, Drama and War) Actor A pair of unlikely friends who bond during a harrowing battle in World War II learn about the power of friendship when they return home to divided America.

  • Oh, baby! Baby?

    Oh, baby! Baby? (2014)
    Film by Sungho Ahn (Short and Comedy) Actor

  • Brown Bag

    Brown Bag (2014)
    Film by Beth DeAraujo (Short, Comedy and Drama) Actor BROWN BAG is a dark comedy about a hapless high school girl who loves a classmate and goes to extremes to receive his love in return.

  • Eugenic

    Eugenic (2014)
    Film by Ryan Michael Connolly (Short and Drama) Actor

  • The Amateur

    The Amateur (2014)
    Film by Carlton Sugarman (Comedy, Drama, Music and Musical) Actor The chaotic journey of the artistic pursuit, capturing the vibrant underground art and music scenes that make Los Angeles one of the most enigmatic cities in the world.

  • If D.A.R.E. Made a Horror Film

    If D.A.R.E. Made a Horror Film (2014)
    Film by Gina Ippolito (Short and Horror) Actor

  • The Extendables

    The Extendables (2014)
    Film by Brian Thompson (Comedy) Actor What if Inspector Clouseau bulked up on steroids, then was given the job to direct a movie? The Extendables chronicles Hollywood myth and rumor, bending together an escalating series of mishaps that lead us and The Great Vardell Duselldorfer, in the strictest dramatic terms, to climax. Written by A Bavarian Wood Whittler

  • Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie

    Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie (2014)
    Film by James Rolfe (Adventure, Comedy and Sci-Fi) Actor The AVGN must overcome his phobia of the worst video game in the world to save his fans.

  • Ron and Laura Take Back America

    Ron and Laura Take Back America (2014)
    Film by Janice Markham (Comedy) Actor A mockumentary satire about American politics, religion, Hollywood, health food nuts... and reality shows! Ron and Laura Grawsill, a conservative suburban couple from Bakersfield California, decide to star in their own reality show about their activism! After seeing 24-hour cable news coverage of a national health food controversy, Ron and Laura join the movement to take their country back from the Euro Union Conspiracy! But, when they run into their son Brian with a mysterious new friend at a demonstration, the culture wars land right in their own backyard! Written by Janice Markham and Mel England

  • The Night Guardian

    The Night Guardian (2014)
    Film by Brian Ott (Short, Action, Drama, Family and 1 More) Actor On his deathbed Stanley Simmons meets with his estranged family. His son won't speak to him and he finds the only way to communicate with his grandson is to tell him stories about a superhero from his day called The Night Guardian.

  • Fairy Tales

    Fairy Tales (2014)
    Television (Fantasy) Actor

  • Hamilton

    Hamilton (2013)
    Film by Will Ilgen (Short, Biography, Drama and History) Actor The true story of Alexander Hamilton and his son, Philip. Two generations of duelists bound by honor and torn apart by violence.

  • Thomas

    Thomas (2013)
    Film by Alexandre Martins (Short, Drama, Family and Thriller) Actor Thomas is a story about a 12 year-old boy who accidentally shoots and kills a man in the woods with his father's rifle.

  • Of Dice and Men

    Of Dice and Men (2013)
    Film by Max Pittsley (Short and Drama) Actor

  • Zombie Night

    Zombie Night (2013)
    TV Movie by John Gulager (Horror and Thriller) Actor Zombies come out at night and two families must survive until morning.

  • Fickle or Fair

    Fickle or Fair (2013)
    Film by Paz Leon (Short, Comedy, Drama and Family) Actor Eva's life is thrown into confusion when she discovers her parents plan to remarry in a surprise ceremony at her mom's birthday party.

  • Sketchy

    Sketchy (2013)
    Television by Corey Moss (Comedy) Actor

  • Tit for Tat

    Tit for Tat (2013)
    Film by Per Krogh (Short and Comedy) Actor Michael and Karen are, to put it mildly, in a rough patch. They never talk, never share, never... well, you know. Not only that, but they make everything is a competition all the time, and whenever one wins they both end up losing. So when Michael and Karen both show up to the same job interview, the game is on again since only one position is open, and both must scramble to make the other look bad through dirty, underhanded sabotage. What will become of their relationship when all is said and done, and will they finally realize which "game" is more important to "win," the job or the relationship? Written by Sean Yu

  • The Passenger

    The Passenger (2013)
    Film by Peter J. Eaton (Short and Drama) Actor

  • Shaya

    Shaya (2013)
    Film by Amir Noorani (Short and Drama) Actor A tribal Pakistani family is sent to live in Los Angeles as refugees and finds life more challenging than in war-torn Pakistan.

  • Mama's Boy

    Mama's Boy (2013)
    Film by Brian Hartley (Short, Drama and Sport) Actor The untold story of Randall 'Mama' Boy' Burke, an African American baseball player in 1935 and his role in the first attempts to cross the color barrier in baseball, where he learns it's not just segregation that can stop him from playing the game he loves. Written by Anonymous

  • Cappello

    Cappello (2012)
    Film by Jason Gullifer (Short and Adventure) Actor Follow the journey of a righteous hat after it's stolen from its owner. But, 'crisis is opportunity' and the hat brings joy to everyone it comes in contact with. However, at the end of the day, there's no place like home.

  • Catch Me Now

    Catch Me Now (2012)
    Film by Jason Gullifer (Short, Comedy and Romance) Actor When love's a game, and life's a race, why not let yourself be caught by the one that got away.

  • Larry's Most Excellent Hypothesis

    Larry's Most Excellent Hypothesis (2012)
    Film by Faisal Attrache (Short, Comedy, Family and Fantasy) Actor An unhappy, failed scientist gets sent back in time to his high school science fair where he rediscovers his passion to rock.

  • Undercurrent

    Undercurrent (2012)
    Film by Adam Radly Actor What is the undercurrent? That's the underlying question behind each of the story lines in this film. The undercurrent is what people really think but will not openly admit. The expression was invented by Adam Radly for the purpose of this film. There is an undercurrent in all parts of our lives. It's particularly evident when it comes to money, fame, religion and politics. Undercurrent explores these themes and other examples of the Undercurrent by following the stories of several people that live in very different worlds. Bernie Grossman is running for office for the first time and hires a gun political adviser, Eric Holt to help him with the campaign. Bernie thinks that Eric will help him to win by developing better policies but is surprised when Eric tells him to forget about policies and just focus on connecting with the voters by "tapping into the Undercurrent". The best example of the undercurrent is Mitt Romney's reference to the 47% behind closed doors. Dan Wells runs a small... Written by Adam Radly

  • Dr. Gutman's Eulogy

    Dr. Gutman's Eulogy (2012)
    Film by Melanie Wainberg (Short, Comedy, Drama and Family) Actor A grieving son tries to find the words to send his father off, while dodging bad advice, matchmaker family members, and his own anxieties.

  • School and Board

    School and Board (2012)
    Television by Daniel Maitland (Comedy) Actor

  • Parks and Recreation

    Parks and Recreation (2012)
    Television by Michael Schur (Comedy) Actor The absurd antics of an Indiana town's public officials as they pursue sundry projects to make their city a better place.

  • Disclosure

    Disclosure (2012)
    Film by Bill Mullan (Short and Drama) Actor An engaged couple's relationship is threatened when Tyler confesses his HIV positive status to his partner.

  • Fletcher Drive

    Fletcher Drive (2012)
    Television (Comedy) Actor

  • The Chauffeur

    The Chauffeur (2012)
    Film by Maud Ferrari (Short and Comedy) Actor Audrey, a young French actress trying to make it in Hollywood meets, Tony, the chauffeur of a luxury car. She needs him to drive her around town and he is looking for a "boss" (meaning someone who dominates him). At first, feeling ill at ease, Audrey doesn't want to mistreat him. But, as she goes from deception to deception in her career, she discovers that she can vent her frustrations on him... They complete themselves in what begins as a fair exchange and becomes much more than that. Written by Anonymous

  • The Unknown

    The Unknown (2012)
    Television (Horror) Actor

  • Parenthood

    Parenthood (2011)
    Television by Jason Katims (Comedy and Drama) Actor A family tree with Zeek (Craig T. Nelson) and Camille Braverman (Bonnie Bedelia) serving as the patriarch and matriarch. After forty-six years of marriage, they've managed to keep their foundation intact by burying their problems underneath the surface for the sake of their now-adult children. Adam (Peter Krause) is the first-born and the ripest apple the tree has to offer. He runs a shoe company, has a supportive wife, two children (boy and girl) and a beautiful home to share with them. He's a dog short of "The American Dream". Sarah (Lauren Graham), is the unstable daughter returning home at thirty-eight years of age with her rebellious daughter and sensitive son to live with Zeek and Camille. Crosby (Dax Shepard), is a happy-go-lucky bachelor living in the now, on a docked boat. He has no idea that his frivolous life is about to change tremendously. Then there is Julia (Erika Christensen). She is the bread-winning shot-calling lawyer, whose husband mans the stay-at-home-dad duties.... Written by Jordan Ray Allen

  • Room for Rent

    Room for Rent (2011)
    Television Actor

  • Appleseed Elementary

    Appleseed Elementary (2011)
    Television (Comedy) Actor Appleseed Elementary, a school run by a group of dysfunctional elementary school teachers that have absolutely no respect for their jobs and even less for the children they teach. Five episodes.

  • The Escape

    The Escape (2011)
    Film by James Connelly (Short and Drama) Actor Jasper, a lowly worker in one of England's filthiest prisons, serves as the hangman's assistant and cleans up the bodies of the dead. When he learns that his estranged son, William, has been imprisoned for petty theft and is set to hang, Jasper must reconnect with William and find a way to break him free. Written by Anonymous

  • The Defenders

    The Defenders (2011)
    Television by Niels Mueller (Crime and Drama) Actor Two flashy Las Vegas defense attorneys go to the mat for their clients.

  • Frontman

    Frontman (2011)
    Film by Caleb C. Werntz (Short and Action) Actor In a plan guaranteed to launch a group of con men into their deepest desires, one man is left with the responsibility to deal with the problems that arise.

  • This Is Not an Umbrella

    This Is Not an Umbrella (2011)
    Film by Zoé Wittock (Short, Drama and Fantasy) Actor In a world where 'The Peace' hangs in the balance, Benjamin has found a way to bring harmony to his people. He is the enforcer of 'The Rule,' a system based on a contract that has brought two rival population to a co-existence. One population is forever doomed to the Sun, while the other is condemned to the Shade. The consequences for breaking 'The Rule' are fatal until Benjamin becomes curious. Written by Anonymous

  • Fugue

    Fugue (2010)
    Film by B.J. Schwartz (Short, Drama, History, Music and 1 More) Actor It was supposed to be an audition, but who is watching whom?

  • Hail Mary

    Hail Mary (2010)
    Film by Timothy Murray (Short, Comedy and Drama) Actor When a white conservative old man and a gay Latino young man get trapped together, they leave seeing things less blue versus red and more a shade of life.

  • Manipulation

    Manipulation (2010)
    Film by John Milton Branton (Short, Action and Thriller) Actor Dr. Brigitte Von Moreau wanting nothing more than to practice medicine in America. When a man, named Konrad, offered her dreams she lept at the chance and left her life in Germany as soon as she could. She met Will, who became her love interest and then everything fell apart. Konrad returned with a message and a task. He was holding her family hostage in Germany and if she did not agree to kill one of her patients, her family would pay the ultimate price. Written by Frank Zanca

  • Jeffie Was Here

    Jeffie Was Here (2010)
    Film by Todd Edwards (Adventure and Comedy) Actor It's been a rough couple of years for Alan Mangold, a tightly-wound professor in his 30's who dreams of a better life beyond his shoebox apartment... if only he could complete his opus, "Orphan Bastard." When his Nana dies, Alan and his better-half Amanda must post an internet ad at the university to find a student who will share the costs of the emergency cross-country trip. Enter Jeffie: an inflammatory individual who fancies himself a scholar, a poet, and the embodiment of enlightened living. At first, the couple's travel companion seems to have responded randomly to their ad, but as the trip progresses, it becomes clear that Jeffie's presence relates to a web of tightly-held secrets between Alan and Amanda. Amidst infidelity, blackmail, run-ins with the law, and a painfully bad demo tape, the ride with Jeffie is unpredictable at every turn and by journey's end no one is left unchanged. Written by Anonymous

  • Reservations for Two

    Reservations for Two (2010)
    Film by Markus Kublin (Short and Comedy) Actor Frank and Susan are on a first date at an elegant restaurant. Unbeknownst to them, their waiter will be David, Susan's recently spurned ex-fiancé, who just started working there. With the smug maitre D looming over him all the while, David is willing to do anything, from astrophysics calculations to passive-aggressive doodling, to seize his chance to win back Susan's love - even if it costs him his dignity ...and his tips Written by Anonymous

  • James Warwick

    James Warwick (2009)
    Film (Short, Drama, Family, History and 1 More) Actor From the perspective of a newspaper columnist writing a story; the life of average joe, James Warwick is told from his return home from WWII, his relegation to a life as a garbage man, and his evening baseball games. As the story progresses, the writer finds there is much more to this ordinary man, a quality in him, one which the writer comes to aspire to. Written by Anonymous

  • Void

    Void (2009)
    Film by Meredith Berg (Short, Fantasy, Horror and Thriller) Actor When Special Agent Liz Metera investigates a series of grisly murders in a small town, she uncovers a little boy's powerful and chilling secret -- one that will change her life, and the town, forever.

  • Blue Movies

    Blue Movies (2009)
    Film by Scott Brown (Short, Comedy and Drama) Actor Blue Movies is a comedy set in a rising pornography studio in the San Fernando Valley, the porn capital of the world. It centers on the story of three people: Max Chapman - a dedicated and demanding director, Anna Wesbaum - His overworked (but never in front of the camera) assistant, and Tom Fisher - a very unhappy intern who has accidentally been placed at the studio by his school. Written by Scott

  • Cross-Eyed Dinner Theater Presents!

    Cross-Eyed Dinner Theater Presents! (2009)
    Film by Eric Naughton (Short and Comedy) Actor "Cross-Eyed Dinner Theater Presents!" is a comedic mockumentary that dares to venture behind-the-scenes of a dinner theater production of "Death of a Salesman" in which all the actors perform cross-eyed. On Opening Night, a group of cross-eyed protesters shows up to protest and try to shut down the show. Written by Eric "Jo-Jo" Naughton

  • The Touch

    The Touch (2009)
    Film by Kareem Ferguson (Short) Actor

  • Sneeze

    Sneeze (2008)
    Film by Xavier Tatarkiewicz (Short and Comedy) Actor A glimpse at the rapid and pervasive ways in which the flu virus is passed on and contracted from one unsuspecting stranger to another throughout a city.

  • Sons of Anarchy

    Sons of Anarchy (2008)
    Television by Kurt Sutter (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Actor Sons of Anarchy, aka SAMCRO, is a motorcycle club that operates both illegal and legal businesses in the small town of Charming. They combine gun-running and a garage, plus involvement in porn film. Clay, the president, likes it old school and violent; while Jax, his stepson and the club's VP, has thoughts about changing the way things are, based on his dead father's journal. Their conflict has effects on both the club and their personal relationships. Written by Pia

  • Emilio

    Emilio (2008)
    Film by Kim Jorgensen (Adventure, Drama and Mystery) Actor 'Emilio' is the soulful tale of a young man (19 years) who leaves his village in Mexico looking for his kidnapped sister. His journey leads him to Los Angeles, where we see the city through the eyes of a penniless illegal immigrant on a desperate quest. The City of Angels itself becomes in a sense the second character of this movie as Emilio's needle-in-a-haystack search takes him through the gritty contrasts of Skid Row, East L.A., Echo Park, Watts, Torrance, Venice Beach, Beverly Hills, and the West Hollywood hills. The panorama of characters he encounters include Mexican day laborers, drug dealers, transients, skateboarders, disco queens, actors, and upwardly mobile socialites constituting at once a searing social criticism and celebration of a city. As it moves towards its inexorable conclusion, this coming of age story comes into its own above all as an heroic portrait of determination. Written by Anonymous

  • Kate Wakes

    Kate Wakes (2008)
    Film by Jasmine Kosovic (Short, Comedy and Romance) Actor

  • A Simple Promise

    A Simple Promise (2008)
    Film by Earnest Harris (Drama and Romance) Actor A struggling young artist meets a talented, and undiscovered songstress. Desperately seeking success, they both must face hard truths and contend with sacrifice on their individual paths to fame and along the way they find a love that teaches them what success is really all about. Written by Anonymous

  • The Main Distraction

    The Main Distraction (2008)
    Film by Jeffrey Yaroslow (Short, Comedy, Musical and War) Actor

  • 15-40

    15-40 (2008)
    Film by Christian B. Bagger (Short) Actor 15-40 tells the true story of tennis player Kai Hansen. An unflinching competitor, Kai Hansen is well on his way to winning a spot at the European championships in Sweden. Under a comfortable Nazi occupation, Kai's world is limited to the court and to the many luxuries that his status affords him. In order for Kai to realize his dream of participating in the European Championships in Sweden, he has to defeat aging tennis great, Erik Bjarnson. But when it is discovered that Erik, might in fact be a Jew, and that a massive deportation of Danish Jews is planned by the Nazis, Kai has to decide whether to risk it all or for his countrymen or remain veiled in a life of pride and privilege. Written by William J. Schneider

  • The Sale

    The Sale (2008)
    Film by Justin Huen (Short and Comedy) Actor Nick Generoso the top encyclopedia salesman at Miles Books faces the biggest challenge of his young career during a sales call where he may loose a lot more than a sale. Nick's salesmanship is put to the ultimate test as he maneuvers to get out of the sticky seat he finds himself sitting on. Written by Rafael O. Calderon

  • The Red Ace Cola Project

    The Red Ace Cola Project (2008)
    Film by Susan Metzger (Short and Comedy) Actor It's 1955 and artificial flavors, TV dinners and space-age foods are all the rage. The International Foods and Flavors Company hires its first woman flavorist, Dr. Elizabeth McCovovich. Elizabeth's dream is to work in the lab with her idol, resident big man flavorist Dr. John Comden, but she soon discovers that Dr. Comden sees her as a secretary, not a scientist. Determined to prove herself as a flavorist, Elizabeth must beat out her boss and everyone else to create a new formula for Red Ace Cola, the "cola of the future." Written by Anonymous

  • Magnificent Max

    Magnificent Max (2007)
    Film by Jack Price (Short, Comedy and Drama) Actor A former world-renowned legend in the wrestling universe, 'Magnificent Max' abruptly plummeted from glory after his manager Shelly instructed him to alter his persona into a villain, for 'the good of the federation.' Gorgeous George he was not, as fifteen years later Max finds himself routinely throwing fights to any average Joe with enough cash in their name to afford a shiny one-piece. When Max's self-respect is at an all-time low, Shelly unexpectedly returns to offer him one final opportunity to wrestle in the big leagues. There's just one catch: Max would have to relive the painful history-making fight that skyrocketed the career of current crowd-favorite Duke Demolition and prematurely ended the legacy of 'Magnificent Max.' However, this time around Max has his eyes set on rewriting the rules of the sport for good, and on his own terms... Written by Jack Price

  • Flattest

    Flattest (2007)
    Film by Michael J. Gallagher (Short, Comedy and War) Actor The U.S. Government recalls the troops from Iraq to search for a pulled plug that is slowly deflating the planet.

  • The Devil Wears a Toupee

    The Devil Wears a Toupee (2007)
    Television by Josh Monkarsh (Short and Comedy) Actor Explores your average day at the nations leading hair piece publication.

  • Elevator

    Elevator (2007)
    Film by Hobie Thompson (Short and Comedy) Actor A mockumentary about a television show called 'Elevator', a show about a group of people stuck in an elevator; with clips from the show, interviews with the actors, fans, and producers of the show.

  • Love Is a Four Letter Word

    Love Is a Four Letter Word (2007)
    TV Movie by Harvey Frost (Comedy and Romance) Actor Divorce lawyers Kenton 'Ken' Rhodes (recently moved in from Chicago) and Emily Bennett have a healthy but cynical mistrust of marriage from ample professional experience. They first meet and are attracted at the wedding of Ken's buddy since college, Lawrence 'Larry' and her sister Elisabeth 'Betsy' Showalter. Then they meet again in the divorce court where Ken's wealthy, retired client Martin Harper is expected to be cleaned out over a futile quarrel by her client, Margot 'Marge', Martin's former secretary, after thirty years of marriage and pointless 'mediation'. Which of these three couples will make it? An what about the unethical conflict of interest? Written by KGF Vissers

  • Harmony Heights

    Harmony Heights (2006)
    Film by Scott Brown (Short and Comedy) Actor Everyone lives comfortable, predictable lives. Everyone except the four residents of 734 Leary Way. Hunter is a young man living on his own for the first time and trying to live a life according to ideals from childhood television shows. Timoney is a free-spirited girl that often puts her energy behind causes without really caring about them - she has even gone so far as to vow silence to save the manatees. Astro is a man struggling to hold onto the 1970s. Amber is a lovely and kind young woman trying to hold this group together as they are faced with an unjust eviction. The notice comes from the head of the housing board, Victor Wrathburn. Abusing and clinging to all the power he can muster, Victor has turned his anger against the four tenants because he fears they are disrupting the Harmony. Now, Hunter must overcome his reluctance to be a hero and lead his friends and the entire community against this tyrant. Written by Dan Williams

  • Moldy's Madhouse

    Moldy's Madhouse (2006)
    Video by Todd Tucker (Short and Comedy) Actor

  • I'm in the Band

    I'm in the Band (2006)
    Film by Paul Sincoff (Short and Comedy) Actor Jon, the bass player in an up-and-coming rock band, struggles to gain respect as he search for Justine, the girl of his dreams and the only person to validate his existence. In a world full of sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll, Jon can't seem to catch a break, and can never seem to convince anyone that he is, in fact, in the band. Written by E. Elbaz

  • Blow

    Blow (2001)
    Film by Ted Demme (Biography, Crime and Drama) Actor A boy named George Jung grows up in a struggling family in the 1950's. His mother nags at her husband as he is trying to make a living for the family. It is finally revealed that George's father cannot make a living and the family goes bankrupt. George does not want the same thing to happen to him, and his friend Tuna, in the 1960's, suggests that he deal marijuana. He is a big hit in California in the 1960's, yet he goes to jail, where he finds out about the wonders of cocaine. As a result, when released, he gets rich by bringing cocaine to America. However, he soon pays the price. Written by Anonymous

  • But Enough About Me...

    But Enough About Me... (2000)
    Film by M. George Stevenson (Romance, Short and Thriller) Actor

  • Law & Order

    Law & Order (1998)
    Television by Dick Wolf (Crime, Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Actor The show follows a crime, ususally adapted from current headlines, from two separate vantage points. The first half of the show concentrates on the investigation of the crime by the police, the second half follows the prosecution of the crime in court. Written by Mike Menditto

  • Spin City

    Spin City (1998)
    Television by Bill Lawrence (Comedy) Actor In this sitcom, Deputy Mayor Mike Flaherty (Fox) and his City Hall staff must stop the dim-witted Mayor (Bostwick) of New York City from embarrassing himself in front of the media and the voters. The staff consists of Caitlin Moore (Locklear) the Communications Director, Carter Haywood (Boatman) the head of Minority Affairs,Stuart Bondack (Ruck) the Chief of Staff, Paul Lassiter (Kind) the Press Secretary, James Hobert (Gaberman/Chaplin)the Mayor's Speech Writer, and Nikki Faber (Britton) accountant. In the final two seasons of the show, Mike is replaced by Charlie Crawford (Sheen). Written by Samantha Rose and Mike Boothroyd

  • Late Night with Conan O'Brien

    Late Night with Conan O'Brien (1998)
    Television (Comedy, Music and Talk-Show) Actor Stepping into the late-late slot vacated by David Letterman, Conan O'Brien stars in a show that far outdoes its competition in sheer strangeness. Along with the celebrity interviews and musical numbers typical of late-night talk shows, this program make frequent use of odd walk-on characters and frequent "visits" from celebrity guests. Written by tennisluvchild7@yahoo.com

  • Swoon

    Swoon (1992)
    Film by Tom Kalin (Biography, Crime and Drama) Actor The true story of gay lovers, Richard Loeb and Nathan Leopold Jr. who kidnapped and murdered a child in the early 1920s for kicks. The plot covers the months before the crime, the investigation, trial and final fate of the two men. Written by Col Needham <col@imdb.com>

  • Music Hall America

    Music Hall America (1976)
    Television (Comedy and Musical) Actor This was a very eclectic, and entertaining, variety show. "Music Hall America" had no regular host, but among those guest hosting included Ray Stevens (on the premiere episode), Dottie West, Ken Berry, Vicki Carr, Jim Stafford, and Burl Ives. There was a resident song-and-dance group, The Even Dozen, whose members also did solo spots; e.g. there were vocalists Sandi Burnett, Dean Rutherford (who was dubbed "The Bionic Songwriter"), and Hollis Peyser, and members Denise DiRenzo performed a song-and-dance number on one episode and Eddie Pruett did a salute to George M. Cohan on another. "Music Hall America," even though it was videotaped at Opryland, U.S.A. in Nashville, wasn't just Country; for example, on the premiere episode rock group Bo Donaldson and the Heywoods ("Billy, Don't Be a Hero")performed a song called "Teenage Rampage," and on another episode JoAnne Worley ("Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In") did a comedy sketch recalling how she began in opera (she even sang!). There were ... Written by William Bennett Warfield

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