Guy is a Los Angeles based actor, screenwriter, producer and teacher. He is quickly being branded as the 'go to guy' for his risk taking in
powerful, vulnerable, spontaneous and deeply affecting work on film and stage. In addition, he is Los Angeles’ premiere acting coach, helping artists and audiences experience the intimacy of an authentic moment. Based in Venice, California, with a home at the Electric Lodge Theater, Guy has empowered Oscar - Golden Globe nominated actors, Emmy-winning directors, and Writers Guild of America- and Independent Spirit Award-nominated screenwriters.
When not coaching, Guy is gracing both stage and screen to much critical praise. As a poet, Guy uses words to express his "irreverent point of view," bearing witness to the world on any given day.
As an actor, Guy just wrapped starring in STEVIE D a feature film. He plays the role of FBI AGENT HARRIS alongside Kevin Chapman, Al Sapienza and Torrey DeVitto. Chris Cordone, the writer/director is a big fan of Guy's work and wrote the role for him.
As an actor/producer, Guy starred as Harry and co-produced the LA premiere of Chinese Coffee by Ira Lewis. He was the first person to be given the rights to produce this play in Los Angeles from the playwright. Guy received rave reviews for his work; most notably the LA Times & LA Weekly. The highly esteemed Jack Heller directed. In addition, Guy produced the critically acclaimed production of Jean
Cocteau's The Human Voice at the Elephant Theatre. The play starred Ho-Jung in a powerful, protean performance directed by multiple
award-winning director, Dan Bonnell.
Guy has written two feature length screenplays, one of which is in pre-production.
Guy teaches regular classes at his studio, RAW Acting Studio in Venice Beach, Los Angeles at the Electric Lodge. He also coaches privately and his seminars/workshops are in high demand in the US and abroad. His approach to teaching is a combination of studying for seven years with master teacher/director Gene Frankel in New York.
Guy's teacher in New York was Gene Frankel and in Los Angeles teachers include Bobby Moresco and Catlin Adams Guy is a working actor with over 15 years experience in NY and LA. He is a proud member of the Writers Boot Camp and the MSA (Malibu Surfing Association).
When his schedule permits, Guy is competing in surf contests up and down the coast of California and assists in keeping the ocean healthy.
Unique traits: The willingness to go to those deep, dark places!
Film by Live Wire Films Kyle
Gene Frankel Theatre