David Lamberton's Reel

Two Bulleits* (Alt Vers)

Activist/Lobbyist Rachel Sallinger (Naima Jackson) has a one-on-one with Congressman Cromwell (David Lamberton) in a quiet lounge about a major upcoming environmental vote. Cromwell sees it as another "rodeo" - until Sallinger plays her ace.

EVOLVED (scene from)

Terrence (David Lamberton), a repeat sex offender, is interrogated by an aggressive detective (Philip Tamorria) about the disappearance of six year old girl.

Poconos (scene from)

Mr. Kendall (David Lamberton) is a senior partner at a prestigious law firm. His paralegal, Jane (Ali Stoner) asks if he'd be willing to write a letter of recommendation for her. He agrees, but has a "quid pro quo" which he proposes to Jane.

David Lamberton_Demo (this is the 'work-in-progress' version)

Two Clips from: "Singularity" - winner 'Best Sci-Fi' in the Philly Independent Fest. Forsythe, plant manager of a major auto finishing plant, is desperate; demanding to know how and when a mysterious computer 'glitch' will be rectified to get the plant back online. Other material will be added as I secure copies.

"Divorce Lawyer"

Divorce Lawyer represents both sides; expects things to go smoothly; slightly derailed by contentious comments - scene recorded from Class at Actors LaunchPad

"Chicken Salad"

Serio-comic scene; diner customer frustrated by "the rules" of ordering a simple item

"Science Fascinates Me" (from SINGULARITY)

SINGULARITY was the winner of the 'Best Sci-Fi' award in the Philly Independent Festival. A major auto plant has its main computer hit by a "glitch" causing the computer to re-write its own program code; [here] plant manager John Forsythe (David Lamberton) shares a personal insight and compassionate moment with the brilliant Silas Faulkner (Russell Jordan).

"Don't Lie to Me" (from LION MAN)

Overprotective Poppa (David Lamberton) is angered by daughter Katya's (Rachel Caplan) choice of new friend.

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