Joining me on the Film Revered Podcast Monday, July 16th for the second episode of Bonus Material will be friend of the show, actor Ronnie Gene Blevins. Ronnie recently appeared alongside Bruce Willis in the crime drama Death Wish, and as the character Engels in HBO's Westworld: Season Two.
Veteran actor Faran Tahir will be joining me on the Film Revered Podcast Monday, July 9th. Faran is an incredibly talented actor and has been in the film and television industry for nearly thirty years. He is most known for his work as Captain Robau in Star Trek (2009), Raza in Iron Man, and President Patel in Elysium. More recently, Faran can be seen as the character Mallick in the hit television series 12 Monkeys.
Lee Shorten will be making his return to the Film Revered Podcast Monday, July 2nd. Lee is a talented actor and writer who has been involved in over forty projects since his start in 2014. He is most known for his work as Sergeant Yoshida in “The Man in the High Castle” (2015-2016) and as one of Crowley's Demons in “Supernatural” (2015-2016). Lee will be starring in the upcoming short film Bucketheads: A Star Wars Story as well as his short film Gajok.
On Monday June 25th, I will be joined by the incredibly talented Jeff Russo. Jeff is an American composer, songwriter, guitarist, vocalist and music producer, and one of the two founding members of American rock band Tonic. He is known for his work on Fargo: The Series, The Night Of, Legion, and Star Trek: Discovery.
On Monday, June 18th I will be joined by Oscar award-winning special makeup effects legend Howard Berger. Howard has over 230 film and television credits, and is known for his work on Predator, Chronicles of Narnia, Kill Bill Vol. 1 and 2, Lone Survivor, and Deepwater Horizon. More recently you can see his work on television shows The Orville and Legion.
Next week I am joined by Mateo Messina. Mateo is a Grammy award-winning composer who has graced Oscar-winning films, indie hits, and popular television shows with his distinct, moving and wildly innovative musical voice. His most notable works include; Juno, Up in the Air, Blockers, Superstore, and Casual.
Next week on the Film Revered Podcast I will be joined by the delightful, Madeline Zima. Madeline has been acting for over 25 years. Her breakout role was as Grace Sheffield in The Nanny. Madeline has also starred in Heroes, Californication, Betas, and Twin Peaks. She will be on the show discussing her career over the years, as well as her upcoming film Warm Human Magic, in which she wrote and directed.
Time for a guest announcement! Next week I will be joined by the always talented Mary Mouser. Mary has been acting since she was eight years old, and has starred in hit shows such as Life is Wild, NCIS, and Body of Proof. Recently Mary starred in the popular YouTube Red Series, Cobra Kai as Samantha LaRusso.
Time for a guest announcement! Next week I will be joined by actor and director, Michael A. MacRae. Michael has co-starred in VEEP and Tim and Eric's Bedtime Stories. More recently Michael is now promoting his feature film Fishbowl California, in which he co-wrote and directed.
My guest for next week will be actor Aylam Orian. Aylam provided his voice talents for the dubbing of the hit Israeli series Fauda. More recently Aylam can be seen as Wilhelm Brücke in Stargate: Origins. He has also starred in Code Black, NCIS: Los Angles, and Shooter: The Series.
My guest for next week will be the incredibly talented actor and producer Mike C. Manning. Mike recently starred as Adam in the feature film God’s Not Dead: A Light In Darkness. He is also part of the main cast in Ice: the Movie, an inspirational sports drama that recently premiered on Amazon. Lastly, Mike recently produced Lost in America, a documentary about homeless youth, which will be making it's festival debut this month.
My guest next Monday is the actor, Steve Olson. He will be discussing his role as Rodney in the new film Fishbowl California. Steve's also been on FOX’s New Girl, truTV’s Those Who Can't, and Comedy Central’s Ving Break. In addition to acting, Steve has a diverse background in comedy, having studied improvisation with the iconic Groundlings before becoming part of the Acme Comedy Theatre sketch group in Los Angeles.
Time for a guest announcement! Next week I will be joined by five-time SAG award-winning stuntman Bobby Holland Hanton. Bobby has had a career spanning ten years in which he has performed as Batman, James Bond, and Captain America's official stunt doubles. More recently he can be seen as Thor's stunt double in Thor: Ragnarok and the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War.
Next week's guest will be Compositing Supervisor Daniel Elophe. Daniel's passion for storytelling and design has led him to a multifaceted career spanning both production and post-production that’s taken him all over the world. He is most known for his work on TRON: Legacy, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Logan, Detroit, and Game of Thrones.
On the show next week I will be joined by none other than Todd Perry himself. Todd is an eighteen year veteran in the film industry, specializing in visual effects. He was one of the CG Supervisors for Avengers: Age of Ultron and Doctor Strange, and more recently Todd was one of the VFX Supervisors for Black Panther.
Next week's guest will be Cress Williams. Cress is a seasoned actor who is known for his work on Grey's Anatomy, Prison Break, Friday Night Lights, and more recently Hart of Dixie. Cress also plays the DC superhero Black Lightning, in the CW show of the same name, Black Lightning.
Next week's guest will be two time Emmy award winning composer Robert Miller. Robert has been involved in film, television, and the concert hall for over 25 years. His most recent work includes the 30 for 30 series for ESPN, the documentary short, Knife Skills, and Eugene Jarecki's imaginative documentary The King. Robert also has another documentary that will debut on HBO this year titled, Atomic Homefront. Lastly, Robert recently worked with the New York City Ballet on The Wind Still Brings.
Next week's guest will be Austin Hébert. Austin is a talented actor who has been involved in over eighteen projects since his start. He is known for his role as Master Sergeant Pat Essex in the recently released 12 Strong, and as Clint in the Sundance Audience Award-Winner, Burden. Austin is also known for his roles in such films as, Detroit, Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, The Answer, and the television mini-series Bonnie & Clyde.
New guest announcement! Next week's Film Revered Podcast will feature Daniel L. Smith. Smith is a twenty-year visual effects veteran as well as a director, writer, teacher, and 3D stereoscopic expert. He is most known for his work on Judge Dredd, Spy Kids 3, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, and his short film The Solo Adventures. He will be sharing stories about his career and his thoughts on the 16th Annual VES Awards, and the Best Visual Effects category for the 90th Academy Awards.
Ariel Marx is an award-winning composer and multi-instrumentalist for film, television, and multimedia. Most recently, Ariel completed the score for two projects that will premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, Jennifer Fox’s The Tale starring Laura Dern, Jason Ritter, and Common and Hair Wolf a short film that takes places in gentrifying Brooklyn. Outside of film, Ariel has assisted composer Marcelo Zarvos on Showtime’s The Affair and Amazon’s Z: The Beginning of Everything.