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A scene from "Found", produced by Cross Purposes Productions

This is one of the opening scenes from "Found", a film produced by my old Barter Theatre compatriot David Alford. I had a great time working on the film in this scene with another Barter alum, Wendy Piper. "Found" is being distributed worldwide by Bridgestone Multimedia Group and can be seen this summer on the Encourage TV network. It has been nominated for Best Picture at the 2021 International Christian Film Festival.

Another clip from "Hen and Ham", a GandyVisible production

This is another clip from "Hen and Ham", a short film written and directed by a talented young filmmaker in North Carolina named Elias Gandy. I had the distinct pleasure of doing my scenes with a couple of wonderful young actors: Jeb Aufiero, who plays Hen, and Vincent Felice, who plays my junkyard sidekick, Buddy. The film will be making the film festival rounds throughout 2021.

Clip from "Found"

Another short clip from "Found" from Cross Purposes Productions. This is a scene in the sheriff's office with Wendy Piper and Jesse Stam. I had a lot of fun working on this film including the chance to work with a lot of old friends from Barter including, of course, writer-director David Alford.

Clip from My Last Best Friend

This is a clip from the short film My Last Best Friend, produced by Fat Dragon Productions. It stars Katy Brown, the current Producing Artistic Director at Barter Theatre. Working on the film was my first time meeting Katy (nearly 20 years ago!) and over the years she has become a great friend and one of my favorite artistic collaborators. She is also one of the finest stage directors in America.

This World Trailer

Here's a trailer from the 2012 release THIS WORLD featuring Nicholas Piper and Jamie Farr. John Hardy and I worked on the script for THIS WORLD for over two years in one of the most unique writing processes I've ever been through. We had a terrific cast and working with them was a real joy, including working with Jamie Farr and my old pal Pat Cronin, a couple of wonderful film veterans and genuinely gracious gentlemen.