Having done quite a bit in my short time here on the third rock, my BIO gets a little winded. For those interested, I have websites, FB accounts, ad nausea. The good news is I have a lot to offer the screenwriting community. Read on, check out my site(s) and resume.
Name: Jack Bennett
Lives in: Glenwood City, Wisconsin
Company: JB Talent
Occupation: Actor, Screenwriter and Voice Artist
Unique traits: I love reading "THE FIRST TEN" pages, adding my thoughts comments and constructive ideas (no charge of course) for writers, especially newer ones. I am happy to do it and hope you all take advantage of it.
Television (Game-Show) Actor Add a Plot »
Film (Short, Drama and Horror) Actor An alcohol/drug abuser re-examines his life until he nearly dies from an overdose. Then a friend convinces him to join a self-help group which turns out to be demonic.
Old No. 587: The Great Train Robbery
Film (Family, Comedy and Drama) Actor On the day of the big race, Alex and his friends line their sopabox racers up at the top of the steepest and longest hill in the neighborhood. With his sister Molly watching from the sidelines, the checkered flag waves and the race is on! After a slow start, Alex deploys his secret fifth wheel and accelerates from last place to the head of the pack. But the incredible speed gained is countered by complete loss of control as he rushes headlong into Deadman's Curve and crashes through an old wooden fence. After the dust settles, Alex discovers a fully-functional steam locomotive, "The 587" - destined for the scrap heap. He and his sister Molly devise a plan to rescue the antique engine with the help of an old engineer, Russel, his dog, Sparky, and about every kid in the neighborhood. Thus begins their awesome adventure, "587: The Great Train Robbery." Written by Anonymous
Film (Drama and Thriller) Actor When a boy kills his abusive stepfather in self-defense, his mother takes the blame and gets sentenced to a long prison term. The warden is corrupt and forces hot inmates to work as strippers in a local nightclub. Is it a way out?