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John Rice is a New York City-based actor, writer, and filmmaker.
The Dark Room Horror When adventurous strangers at a psychic party accidentally contact the spirit of a dead girl, they discover their host's intentions are much darker than anyone first believed.
Film by Daniel Armando (Drama) Actor In front of the hot lights of a porn set and behind the closed doors of a burlesque studio, four young men leave boyhood behind and end up shedding more than just their clothes and inhibitions.
Film (short) by Ryan Andrew Balas (Comedy) Actor #Insocial is about two socially awkward people, Maggie and Bernard, who meet at a rehab facility for obsessive phone users. Little do they know that there addiction will go beyond their phones and they find themselves challenged by reality and each other. Written by A.F.
When I'm with You
Film by Daniel Armando (Drama) Actor, Miscellaneous Crew As she struggles to connect with her estranged homophobic brother and admit her true feelings for her gay best friend, artist Lea Costa sets out to unite them all as the family she never had.
Mysteries at the Monument
Television (Biography, History and Mystery) Actor Monumental Mysteries scours the country for America's most extraordinary monuments and reveals the amazing mysteries hidden. From New York's iconic Chrysler Building that was once the site of a stunning display of an architectural chicanery, to a huge clock on the island of Hawaii where the hands are forever frozen in time, these are just some of the tales revealed. This series visits the statues, memorials, national parks, gravestones and sculptures which commemorate our nation's most notorious crimes, scandals, disasters and intriguing events of all time. Written by Travel Channel
Film by Dane Harrington Joseph (Comedy and Drama) Actor With a cast of over 100 and music by some of LGBT hip hop's most luminary indies, SUBWAYS: A REQUIEM IN FIVE STAGES chronicles a young gay man's journey through depression as he deals with tragic twists and taboo love.
The Haunting Of
Television by Seth Jarrett (Biography) Actor Each episode features celebrities' real life encounters with the paranormal as they return to the site of their traumatic experience. During the precarious journey, Kim Russo will unlock the secrets that haunted each celebrity on that fateful day and explain the unexplained. Throughout the journey, Kim will also unveil shocking psychic moments and surprising personal revelations as she tunes into the celebrities' personal lives and connects with their loved ones who have crossed over. Written by Bio
The Ugly File
Film (short) by Mark Steensland (Horror) Actor
Television (Comedy) Actor Drama Queenz is a comedy about three actors and roommates dealing with life, love, and auditioning in New York City. Told over three episodes, the film explores the lives of these three actors as they attempt to achieve their dreams in a kooky and unpredictable world. Each ten-minute episode focuses on Jeremiah, a dreamer with ridiculously poor audition luck, Davis, a perfectionist whose hard work produces uneven results, and Preston, a realist whose inhibitions stir-up delightful "drama" for all to enjoy. Through madcap auditions, burgeoning romances, and heartbreaking realizations, the trio from Queens takes viewers on the zany rollercoaster ride that is the actor's life. Episode Descriptions: I. 'I Dreamed a Dream' The boyz dreams of Broadway stardom come crashing down to reality. II. 'Unexpected Song' The City seems to have a lot more to offer the boyz than just their careers. III. 'Small World' In life, love, & their profession, the trio discovers that it's truly a small world ... Written by Dane Joseph