Gary graduated from Emerson College, Boston, MA where he studied film, television, theatre and creative writing.
After graduation, Gary moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career as an actor. Gary was a member of Company of Angels and Theatre Neo. He has been seen in a variety of commercials and films.
As a writer: Gary wrote the critically acclaimed "Happy Christmas Merry Chanukah" which premiered in 2002 at Company Of Angels Repertory Theatre. Gary other writing credits include the award winning short films "Diamond Confidential" and "Just Three Words" and the TV Drama "1-11 South Street"
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Name: Gary Klavans
Lives in: Los Angeles, California
Company: Bayberry Lane Entertainment
Occupation: Actor, Screenwriter, Playwright and Producer
Unique traits: Dialogue writer, Comedy Writer, Chef
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Film by Eric Player (Short and Comedy) Actor The political news-magazine RagTalk interviews public figures about the recent turn of events in the world: the Return of the Son of God. Powerful figures in politics and religion try to deal with the idea that they really don't matter anymore. Bruised egos unable to be put aside, the world soon finds itself hurling toward something more re-defining than that surprising day in the Valley of Armageddon. Written by Eric Player
Just Three Words
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Room for Rent
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Film by Graeme Finlayson (Short, Crime, Drama and Mystery) Actor Mick Diamond, a down and out photographer who takes "Dirty pictures of dirty people, doing dirty things" and can be bought for a buck or a bottle, is hired by a Femme Fatale, Jasmine Ozerova, to retrieve a suitcase. The contents are a mystery. The reward is high, the risk is death. Written by Anonymous
Nora Ephron Should Die
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Nothing But the Best
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The Family Business
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Film by Amin Matalqa (Short and Comedy) Actor
North Mission Road
Television (Drama, Crime and Mystery) Actor Documentary style show that details "unique and compelling" cases of the Los Angeles County Coroner Department. The name of the show is based on the road on which the office of the Los Angeles County Coroner is located.
Guilty or Innocent?
Television (Crime and Drama) Actor Reasonable Doubt Series Premiere- "The State of California vs. Kenneth Fitzhugh"- When a woman is found dead lying at the base of her basement stairway the jury must decide if the case is strong enough to convict her husband of pre-meditated murder. Written by Anonymous
The Kids Who Saved Summer
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Television (Comedy and Family) Writer "Seventh Heaven" for the ethnic community. A half hour comedy that carries a social message through entertainement and laughter.
Film by Eric Mofford (Short and Drama) Actor In the spirit of Haskell Wexler's "Medium Cool" and Robert Altman's film, "Nashville," Eric Mofford, and a cast of 12, developed characters and then improvised scenes based on the actions of the police and protesters outside the Democratic Convention 2000 in Los Angeles. Written by Anonymous
Film by Caia Coley (Family and Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Choosing Matthias is the story of a young couple who after losing their son Jason, struggle to keep their lives and relationship intact. Maggie and Charlie find this to be an impossible task, until they meet Matthias, a young boy who also has tragically lost his family. It is only through opening their hearts to love again do they all find their path to healing. Written by Anonymous
TV Movie by Peter Werner (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew Four friends graduate in the year 1970, the start of a new decade.
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My Brother Jack
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Crispy, Crackers, and Beans
Film by Robert Fontaine Actor Crispy, Crackers and Beans is a dark action comedy that revolves around the lives of three New York City police officers, who get caught up in the underground world of avarice, deception and murder.