Chad Michael Wyckoff

Chad Wyckoff

Sixteen 37 Productions, LLC
Screenwriter, Producer, Director, Editor and Actor

Dayton, Ohio

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About Chad

Chad Michael Wyckoff born June 23, 1983 is an actor, writer, and director know for Eat Me (2010), White Knuckle (2010), Out of Order (2013), and We're Here Now (2016). Wyckoff became interested in acting at the age of 8 and would memorize full movie scenes and act them out for others. He studied theatre in high school, but began to transition to film in college. Wyckoff has been in numerous plays, musicals, TV shows, Web Series and Films.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

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  • We're Here Now

    We're Here Now (2016)
    Television (Comedy) Actor New York columnist and relationship advisor Chad Buchanan takes a third-rate job in Ohio to escape his seemingly miserable life. But when his two best friends - socialite Jen Buckely and NY's most eligible nympho Gavin Fairmount - learn of his location, they assume the worst and take off for parts unknown to rescue their friend from what they assume to be a nervous breakdown. Written by Sixteen 37 Productions

  • Out of Order

    Out of Order (2013)
    Film (Drama) Actor Out of Order is the story of a young man who graduates from film school, and finds himself jobless. He decides to use his knowledge of program, and film to set down the path of changing the film industry by making editing accessible to the public.This is the dramatic story of one mans pipe dream becoming a reality in front of every doubters eyes. Written by Anonymous

  • White Knuckle

    White Knuckle (2010)
    Film (Short, Comedy and Romance) Actor Howard Chuckle has a choice to make; a choice that will shape his life. His future will be determined by deciding what's most important to him-his dream girl or dream job? Only a cooky Chinese restaurant owner and clumsy sushi chef can be his guardian angels during his time of need. Multi award winning filmmaker Michael Weinstein's slapstick take on priorities, pressures, and how fate is based through behavior. Written by Anonymous

  • Eat Me!

    Eat Me! (2010)
    Film (Comedy and Horror) Actor Garage band General Malacarne are practicing their latest set in the basement when a mysterious blackout hits Brooklyn. While the band kicks back with some joints downstairs, everyone above-ground is transformed into ravenous zombies. Hilarious complications arise as the band realizes their predicament, and embark on a half-baked scheme to escape the city. Written by Anonymous

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