I’m currently working on four feature comedy scripts—two inspired by real-life people: a still sexy 63-year-old biker babe, and an Army medic during the Iraq War. A third script takes place in 1854 Japan, and will be filmed in Japanese. The fourth is a film about odd-couple half sisters making a bad horror film.
See the SCRIPTS page for more info.
Just wrote a short romantic comedy to be shot in Japan, titled When in Rome (郷 に 入って). The film will be in Japanese, and I will be costarring. Preproduction will start in July.
I am a multi-award-winning actor, screenwriter, and director with experience on stage in New York (three lead roles Off-Off Broadway in my first year of acting) and in 150 indie and student films in Los Angeles. I took care of my elderly mother in Michigan from 2014 til the end of 2019, while flying to LA for a weekend every once in a while to shoot short films. Since 2016 eight of my short comedic antiwar films have won 25 awards and appeared in over 130 festivals. (Seventeen of the awards show up on my IMDb page, plus one award for our editor and one for our 8-year-old actor, Kobe Humphries. Six of the festivals are not IMDb-listed festivals.)
Now, in 2020, I’ve dedicated myself to writing feature-length scripts, having completed one comedy feature script earlier. I have been the Animation Curator for the New York Independent Film Festival for two years now. In March of 2020, five of my films screened in a special section of the Unfiltered Cinema Festival in Minsk, Belarus, which I was privileged to attend. My hobby is languages. I am currently working on Japanese. My grandchildren are half Japanese and live in Japan, and I wish to communicate better with their cousins, aunts, and uncles when I visit. It takes some effort, but it’s fun! (Kind of like filmmaking.)
Maybe one day there will be a Langhorne or a Twainie award, and you will deservedly win.
Your work is vital to the movement!
I saw your “Truth in Recruiting” video. So funny, and so true!”
Your videos are excellent! I’ve posted several on the Chicago VFP DeMil Facebook page.