Aspiring filmmaker and actor who has done everything from original short films to production assisting.
He's always ready to join an improv comedy troupe or help bring another person's script to life through his other connections.
Cam was also taught beyond helpful playwrighting techniques, stage combat moves and narrative screenwriting.
Cam cites his loving family which includes the late yet highly noted schoolteacher Mary Kuhn Rogers as one of his main tutors and most invaluable inspirations to date.
He is good pals with rising editor and filmmaker Harry J. Vaughn III who has recently moved to Los Angeles and become a successful editor and TV show extra as well.
Cam Sully is a regular patron also seen at the various RackFocusDallas film festivals held at the Texas Theater in Dallas as well as the various Brown Lane Studios get-togethers that occur often on the second to last Friday of each month of the year. He also typically tours around Vizual Studios.
Always finding ways to get involved with local DFW talents such as Chaz Buchanan, Michael Green, Stan Baker, Bunny Shannon, Cloyse Caruthers, Manuel Lerma, Edwin L. Williams II, Larry Stanley, Carly Capra, Glenn Franklin, Patrick Dumas, Shannon Hurk, Joshua Davis, D'Nel Hunter, Abby Joy, Monique Robbins, Anisela Reyes Ortega, LaQuieta Pritchard, Carrie Pena, Jan Duncan Weir and Mark Edward Howell.
Sully is finding that he's soon to be helping out the dedicated prop designers, writers, directors and performers at TEKSYN PRODUCTIONS on their upcoming projects. Cam has also helped shoot video and record RODE mic-laden sound for noteworthy actress and host Dalila Payan's previously broadcasted Dallas talk show.
He was previously an attending student at the Northeast Tarrant County Community College and University of Texas at Arlington. He hopes to also work someday with local indie action filmmaker William Kaufman, director and writer on films such as 2010's SINNERS AND SAINTS.
Out of the various projects he has planned, he has decided to team up with actors Robert LaSardo (Leon the Professional, CSI: Miami) and Gilbert Heracheta (The Cliff, The Jesus Freak) and screenwriter Val Cortinas (Wolves at the Door) for this STAR WARS-meets-DIE HARD in an outer space prison concept that seeks to be the anti-blockbuster and be a send-up of all the scifi movie tropes and cliches that audience pay to see and geek over.
He hopes to expand his IMDb profile and work more with the edgy ones just waiting to bring a project no one has conjured before onto some format, some way, some how.
He hopes to get talents such as Vivica A. Fox (Set It Off, Independence Day), Tony Todd (Candyman trilogy, Star Trek: The Next Generation), Michael Madsen (Reservoir Dogs, The Hateful Eight), C. Thomas Howell (The Outsiders, Criminal Minds), Dolph Lundgren (The Expendables series, Rocky IV), Andy T. Tran (The Last Ship, Bound), Akira Lane (Poolboy: Drowning Out the Fury, The Accidental Stripper), Lance Henriksen (Aliens, Dog Day Afternoon), Andrew Divoff (Wishmaster 1 & 2, Air Force One) and many others who are lenient with their time and who deserve a bigger shot that Hollywood doesn't always allow them despite them proving themselves all these years.
Cam also hopes to work with the likes of songwriters and musicians such as Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor, who has also scored with his producing pal Atticus Ross various scores for various David Lynch and David Fincher movies.
Cam Sully has also spend his time working with fellow podcaster friends and interviewing cult celebrities such as Joe Estevez (look-alike younger brother of Martin Sheen) and Bokeem Woodbine (TV's Fargo, Dead Presidents, Riddick) as well.
He was also previously a member of the podcast group The United States of Geekdom which is helmed by fellow theater performer and podcaster Rick Guitterez.
He used to also frequent fellow geek and roleplaying tournament founder Tiffany Franzoni's Roll2Play center which allowed several fellow role-players to meet up at Irving for a schedule roleplaying game match or even check out and/or roleplaying games on stock there.
Cam is also a die-hard fan of the cult comedy series MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000 (as well as it's spin-offs CINEMATIC TITANIC and RIFFTRAX) and can often be seen at RiffTrax Live! events and is one of many who eagled anticipate the final televised return of the beloved cheesy movie riffing series that was often compared to the likes of RED DWARF, ELVIRA and JOE BOB BRIGG's various shows.
Cam hopes to never be a chore to work with, keep his film sets diva-free and never come off as a pompous person.
He makes sure to treat each actor like he would family members and never make them do something they're uncomfortable with.
He's also notorious for shooting around other people's schedules should some conflict come up at any given moment.
Cam was a production assistant on films such as the upcoming The Jesus Freak, which was ranked as the most-viewed trailer alongside Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Disney and Lucasfilm) and Creed (MGM). The film is currently seeking a distribution deal through Sony Pictures and is a drama about faith (not to be confused with a faith-based drama) and is directed and written to perfection by Carl Jackson.
Cam typically browses around the DFW metroplex in his '98 Monte Carlo. He has worked with glassblowing geniuses such as Neil Pautisian, theater operatives like Detra Payne, Seraphina Nova and Joe Chapa and screenwriting experts such as Ya'ke Smith and Kyle Smith, the latter who was a noted production assistant for the likes of Richard Linklater and the former who was noted for his acclaimed short film (which later aired on HBO and Cinemax), ".dawn"; and noted Hungarian photographer and former cinematographer Gyorgy Beck.
Cam Sully can also regularly be seen on Facebook groups such as RiffPics, a group which dedicates it's time to making comedic note of the world's wackiest photos they can find.
Other Facebook groups include: Straight to Video and Other Sleazy Material... which allows various movie reviewers and lovers to get together to discuss limited releases, obscure DVD and VHS releases and other low-brow material that ranges from naughty to absurd to underrated.
Name: Cameron Sullivan
Lives in: Grand Prairie, Texas
Occupation: Actor, Camera Operator, Director, Editor, Filmmaker, Production Assistant, Screenwriter and Sound Editor