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Films

2010, "Caravaggio: The Search", written by Maureen Murphy and Michael Carlo Marizi, and directed by Maureen Murphy for M & Associates, playing "Rembrandt's Diana at Bath"

2010, "Camp Virginovich", written by Adam Campos & directed by Russ Stuart.  Produced by CURV Entertainment Group, playing "Obese Russian" on plane

2010, "Welcome Back Satan", written and directed by Sara Lohman,  Produced by Darius Films, playing "Naked Ben Franklin"

2010, "Hamlet A.D.D.", written, directed, and produced by Bobby Ciraldo & Andrew Swant for Special Entertainment, playing "Officer Norton"

2010, "Anti-Samartine Hotline", written and directed by A. Tad Chamberlain for  Darque Day Productions, playing "Slave Jim"

2010, "Forfiet of Grace", written & directed by Kane Senes for Kane Senes Production, playing "Bill"

2010, "Screening Room", written and directed by Tony Young for Cinema Epoch, playing "Grandpa Johnny"

2010, "Snatched", writen & directed by Kirk Bowman for Cranium Candy Entertainment, playing "Cyrus"

2009, "Mr Sadman", written & directed by Patrick Epino, produced by Cindy Fang & Rain Breaw for Empire & Sleep Pictures, playing the "Whipping Boy"

2009, "Pretty Twisted", writen and directed by Jennifer Barlow for Happy-Go-Luckey Productions, playing "Chug Skivins"

2009, "Amexica", written & directed by Ron Krause for Aron Productions, playing "Dad in diner"

2009, "It Came by Moonlight", written and directed by Tom Madigan for Madigan Films, playing "The Star Gazer"

2009, "Mr. & Mrs. Pratt", written by Austin Zumbro and directed by Cameron Clark for CC Productions, playing "Swedish Scientist"

2009, "Cost of Living", written by Larry La Fond & Terry Ray and directed by Larry LaFond, playing "Mister Wiggly"

2009, "Fever Night", written and directed by Jordan Harris & Andrew Schrader for Bad People Motion Pictures, playing "Ned"

2009, "PG Porn: A Very Peanus Christmas",  written & directed by James Gunn for Safran Digital Group, playing "Mrs. Brown"

2008, "The Farewell Gift", writen & directed by Arani Sen for Diffused Sunlight Productions, playing "Bill English"

2008, "Yes Man", directed by Peyton Reed for Warner Bros. Pictures, playing "nudist conventioneer"

2008, "Delaney", written & directed by Carles Torrens, produced by Peter Paul Bassler, for Imega 3,  playing "Ed Barney"

2008,  "r3tual", written & directed by Ben Staley for Eleventhreehundred  Productions, as "The Demon"

2008, "Gurney Journey", written & directed by Victor Ciccarelli for Photochimera and Quixana Productions, playing "Ogre Dad"

2008, "P.O.V.", written and directed by Clifford Fields for Michigan Trumball Films, playing "The Priest" & "Rude Cellphone Guy"

2008, "The Clean Up Crew", writen by Tim Dragga & Scott Rickels, produced by Tim Kolesk and USC films, playing "Impaled Victim"

2008, "Your Name Here", written & directed by Matthew Wilder for MED ENtertainment, playing "Naked Drunk Biker"

2008, "Stiff Napoleon", written and directed by Lila McLaughlin, playing "Ron Slingsby"

2008, "Safety First: The Rise of Women", written & directed by Greg MacDonald, for Lunch Money Movies, playing "The Naked Runner"

2008, "Exit 6011 Miles", written & directed by Jee Won Jang for Chapman Filmd, playing "The Realator"

2008, "Bill", written & directed by John Salcido for B-Side Pictures, playing "Paul's Dad"

2008, "Amhurst", writen by Lisa Costanzo & directed by Rocky Costanzo, Produced by Chris Wolcott & LifeLine Entertainment, playing "The Soda Pop Drunk"

2008, "Accidents Happen", written by Martin Lancaster, directed by Sean Zaccheo, produced by Zaccheo Films, playing "Mister Bell"

2008, "Blind Ambition", written by Alpesh Patel & directed by Bala Rajasekharuni for 160-H Productions, playing "Junkyard Mechanic"

2008, "Adam & Evelyn", written and directed by Tom Metz III, produced by Tom Metz lll & Darnell Smith, for Toclarity Entertainment, playing "Handsome Mike"

2008, "Expendable", written by David Nalki & Todd Croak-Falen, directed by David Malki for Deathmonkey Pictures, playing "Leo the Outfitter"

2008, "Yesterday was a lie", written & directed by James Kerwin, produced by Chase Masterson and the Helicon Arts Cooperative, playing "Gallery Art Critic"

2008, "The Assassin Project", written & directed by Hal Jordon for Schadenfreude Industries, playing ''corpse"

2007, "Candy Shop", written and directed by Matthew Ladensack, produced by Sack Films, playing "Bob"

2007, "Toxicity", written & directed by Wendell Small, Produced by Toxicity Films, playing "Sloth"

2007, "Hounds", written & directed by Nicolas Heet, produced by Heet Films, playing "Conway Greenwheel"

2007, "Skid Marks", directed by Karl Kozak, Produced by John Weinstein and Diversa Films, playing "The Very Indignant Jogger"

2007, "Upstairs", written & directed by Clark Baker, produced by Mike Attanucci, playing "Odd Neighbor"

 2007, "Comedy Traffic School", written by Jeff Hodges and Khari Wyatt, produced by Jeff Hodges and Yeah Mon Entertainment, playing Van Goon & Oddball Student

2007, "Twinkie", written and directed by, produced by Inner Citty Films, playing "Detention Teacher"

2007, "Fear Ever After", written & directed by Gary Carbo for Moving Pictures, playing "Billy Bob Barfield"

2007, "A Great Catch", written & directed by , produced by Inner City Films, playing "Angry Father"

2007, "#1 Dad", written & directed by Josh Pancer, produced by Item Productions, playing "Rich Skullary"

2007, "Cold Blood Canyon", written by Alec Tuckman & Eric Bram, directed by Alec Tuckman for Film Wariers Entertainment, playing "Hippie Psychic"

J2007, "Sanctity", written & directed by Courtney Wilson, produced by C. Wilson Films, playing "Big Carl"

 2007, "Then You Die", directed by Andrew Fischer, written with Kyle Gilbertson, & Nick Lazurus, produced by Biola Films, playing "Mr. Paxton"

2007, "Dead Doornails", written and directed by Tom Madigan, produced by Brian Weil and Madigan Films, playing "Bubba"

2007, "The Stockholm Syndrome", written &directed by Ann Luong, produced by UCI Films, playing "Ethan"

2007, "East of Fairfax", written & directed by Cess Silvera, produced by Dale Stelly & Lucky Bastard Films, playing the "Fetish Guy"

2007, "Young Davy Crockett", written & directed by William T. Naud, for DC Productions & KB Productions, playing ""Barrister Jacob Simms"

2007, "Rebel Studz: The Uncensored Documentary", written & directed by G. R. Claveria and D. S. Flores for Leavin Guilty Productions, playing "Texas George Gant"

2007, "Case Race", written & directed by Ben Alexander, for LAFS Productions, playing "Timmy the turtle Williams"

2007, "Dysmorphic Project", written & directed by Tommy Dinh, produced by CSUF Films, playing The Watcher

2007, "Sniper Patrol 420", written by James EVans and Joey Sylvester, directed by James Evans for TriRock Films, playing "Narrator"

2007, "Last Exit", written & directed by Nicola Marsh, produced by Sho Thyme, MJ Johnson, & USC Films, playing "The Shuttle Driver"

2007, "Hail Reality", written& directed by Zach Pierson, playing Gargoth

2007, "The Sandwhich Lover", written & directed by Daniel Clebanoff, produced by AICALA Films, playing Slobby Roommate

2007, "Misdemeanor Revenge", written & directed by Jennifer Cho, produced by USC Films, playing Fred Johnson

2007, "Piggies", writen & directed by Christopher Smith for Second Feature Productions, playing "Barney Stubbs, Eldon Stubbs, & Jonas Stubbs"

2007, "Redemption", written & directed by Sharise Holt for Los Angeles Film Studies Center, playing "The Priest"

2007, "Because I Said So", directed by Michael Lehmann for Universal Pictures, playing "Wedding Guest"

2006, "Margaret's Son", written & directed by Estaban Arguello for Cal Arts Films, playing "First Zombie"

2006, "KwameWorld", written by Ian Edwards & Kwame Koomson, and directed by Dave Arnold, for IRE Productions, playing "Frank The Ticket"

2006, "The Fancy Pony Project", written, & directed by Tanya Brown, Produced by Jennifer Ewart, playing "Sam"

2006, "Souvenir", written by Natasa Prosenc & Wallace Zand and directed by Natasa Prosenc for Kanalya Pictures, playing "Light-fingers homeless Nick"

2006, "The Singer", written & directed by Stanley Von Medvey, produced by Chapman Films, playing "The Deli Man"

2006, "A Study in the Orientation of Han Sum", written and directed by G. R. Claveria for Leavinguilty Productions, playing "Sumo Samurai"

2006, "The Big P", written and directed by Ray Luckey, produced by Ashley Chau and Happy-Go-Luckey Productions Inc., playing "The Old Woman"

2006, "S.C.R.E.W.D.", written by Greg Forshay & Joe Wright and directed by Benjamin Nurick for Wright Forshay Productions, playing "Hank the nudist"

2006, "Zombie Counterstrike", written by Erik Herrera, directed by Steve Warner, produced by Counterstrike, playing "Big Zombie"

2006, "Biadon Labs", written, produced, and directed by Stephen Dunford for Summer Films, playing "Sarah"

2006, "I Love Having Fun With My Friends", written, produced, & directed by David Michor for Johnny Cakes Pictures, playing "Jack Bingleman"

2006, "Naked Shadows", written & directed by Kirk Bowman for Cranium Candy Entertainment, playing "Mort the Landlord"

2006, "Lift This!", written, produced, & directed by Hollis Liebman, pilot for FX Channel, playing "Jake"

2006, "Huge Naked Guy", written by Michael Q. Schmidt & James Evans, directed by James Evans for TriRock Films, playing "Huge Naked Guy"

2006, "Rookies", written, produced, & directed by Jason Coleman, pilot for FX Channel, playing "Milton"

2006. "18 Fingers of Death!", writen and directed by James Lew for Screen Media Ventures, playing "Buttcrack Guy"

2006, "The Game", written by Collin Insley, produced by Brooks Films, playing "Zack Bosnick"

2006, "The Three Trials", written & directed by Randy Greif, for Swinging Axe Productions, playing "Father Superior", "The MC", and "Horned Demon"

2006, "Welcome to USC", a very dark spoof written, produced and directed by Cesare Wright, playing "USC"

2006, "Angels in the Dark", written and directed by Karl Borges, playing "Louie"

2006, "Half Life", written & directed by Jeremy Breslau for Searchlight Films & 20th Century Fox, playing "Bloated corpse"

2006, "Captain Desidero", written & directed by Dave Gibbs, produced by Chris Walters, playing "Comic Book Store Guy"

2006, "We Loved Each Other", written, produced, & directed by Rory Walsh, Zoom Pictures, playing "Bill"

2006, "Corporate ThugZ", written & directed by Carl D. McDowell, produced by In Motion Filmz, playing "Tom"

2006, "Axegrinder" (aka "Kill") directed by David Palmieri, exec producer David Sterling, producer Brandy W. Johnston, playing "Jester"

2006, "Dancing with Pain" (2006), writen & directed by Sarah Krusen, an L.A.F.S.C Film, playing "Bad Daddy"

2006, "Shadow Man" (2006), written by Scott Fauber, directed by Nathan Kitada, produced by AFI Films, playing "The Trekkie"

2005, "Skeletons in the Closet", written & directed by Polecat, produced by Kebiana and Meteor Multimedia, playing "Police Chief Norm Reilly"

2005, "Coming Home" (2006), written & directed by Garrett Comenas, produced by Alex Lebovich & NYFA, playing "Abusive father"

2005, "A Happy Ending", written & directed by James Evans, produced by TriRock Films and R & J Films,  playing "Huge Naked Guy"

2005, "Ninja What?" (2006), written & directed by Drew Harris, playing "Fabe"

2005, "Tears of a Clown", written & directed by Tony Spires for Bandwagon Filmworks & Full Circle Entertainment, playing "Fat Tony"

2005, "Temporary", written & directed by Robert ToTeras, produced by Film-Noise Media, playing "Manny Bluside"

2005, "The Confession" (2006), directed by Kataneh Hamidi, written & produced by Jim Carty, playing "Father O'Reily"

2004, "The Green Book", written & directed by Andrew Olaya for Six14 Productions,  playing "Exocist Priest" and "Summoned Damned"

2004, "Flesh Pit", written & directed by Laume Conroy for Dark Dimensions Entertainment and Vista Street Entertainment, playing "Blake Waters"

2004, "Five Days" (2005), for 1AceRex1 Productions, written & directed by Jeremy Dayton, playing "Bubba"

2004, "Streakers", written & directed by Joshua Rous for USC Films, playing "Streaker"

2004, "Tooth Radio", written & directed by Grady Sain for Gradytrain Productions, playing "The Patient"

2004, "Clean", directed by Nyle Cavazos Garcia, written & produced by Nyle Cavazos Garcia & Jane Gaffney for Nightfire Films, playing "Lucky"

2004, "Hired" (2004), MaturaFilm Productions, directed by Robert Royds, co-produced by Alexander Zahn & Edwin Kim, playing "Simone Aclair"

 2002, "Santa Clause Versus the Christmas Vixens", directed by Kirk Bowman, written by Kirk Bowman & Michael Q. Schmidt for Cranium Candy Entertainment, playing "Santa Claus"

2002, "The Decay of Fiction", written & directed by Pat O'Neil for Lookout Mountain Films, playing "Naked ghost"

2001, "Shmucks", written & directed by Jeff Korm for Greenkorn Productions, playing "Narrator"

2001, "Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone", for Sony Pictures Imageworks Studios, as CGI model for Mountain Troll character


Television

August 2008, "Pact with the Devil", written by Todd Lucy, produced bt GRB Entertainment for Investigation Discovery, playing "Recreation Actor"

July 2007, "Poorman's Bikini Beach", episode "Bikini Beach Home Run Derby", writen by Heath Knight, directed by Paul Harb, playing "Big Fat Jessica"

July  2007, "Carman's Reality Check", episode produced by Yake Films for the Trinity Broadcast Network, to air Thanksgiving Day 2007, featured as "Man on the Bench" in segment titled "the Miracle Show"

June  2007, "Sunset Tan", produced by Intuitive Entertainment for E! Entertainment TV, playing himself as "Plump Nudist"

May. 2007, "Jimmy Kimmel Live", segment titled "Aunt Chippy and Uncle Frank learn to draw", himself as nude artmodel

Mar. 2007, "Reno 911!",  directed by Ben Garant (Junior), 2 episodes as a featured extra to be aired in season 5 (more info to follow)

Dec. 2006, "Time and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job", written & directed by Tim Heidecker & Eric Wareheim, Produced by Absolutely Productions & Williams Street, playing "Raise My Roof" dancer

Nov.  2006, for "The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency", featured in Christmas special as naked guy in Christmas video

Aug. 2006, for "G4Media" TV series "Attack of the Show", produced by Joshua Brentano, as competitor and winner (grin) of the August 31 live episode "XXL Games"

Nov. 2005, for "Spike TV" series "Freshbaked Video Games", featured on "Counterfire" as "Star Trek geek"

Feb. 2006, "The Ogre's Cookbook", pilot for children's show, created and produced by CQAdvantage, playing "Michael, the Ogre Cook"

Sep. 2005, featured in multiple episodes of "Distraction" (2006) for Comedy Central, as Nudist distractor

Sep. 2005, 2 episodes for "The Learning Channel" series "Untold Stories Of The E.R.", as wheelchair patient & as shocked visitor

Apr. 2005, for "Court TV" series "North Mission Road", episode entitled "Hells Angels Mystery", playing "Larry Lajeunesse"

Feb. 2005, for "Showtime Television" series "Penn & Teller's Bullshit" (season 3), as victim in documetary on hair and body waxing entitled "Hair"

Sep. 2004,  featured in multiple episodes of "Distraction" (2005) for Comedy Central, as Nudist distractor

Aug. 2004 for "Cartoon Network" series "Tom goes to the Mayor", by Tim and Eric LLC., character of "Joy Peters"

Aug. 2004, for "HBO Pictures" series "Shock Video: Naughty by Nation", World Of Wonder Entertainment, playing "Nude Frenchman"

Jul.  2004, for "The Dan Show" on KVVU FOX5 Las Vegas, as bachelorette party stripper

Nov. 2003 & Jan. 2004, appearances on "Let's Paint TV", as model for artist John Kilduff

Oct. 2003, for "The Learning Channel" series "Mysterious Worlds", episode entitled "Salida Massacre" playing cult leader "Gerald Cruz" in re-enactment of 1990 Stanislaus County mass murders

Aug.2003, for "National Lampoon Television" series"Master Debaters", as "Rowdy audience member"

Music Videos

Dec. 2010, "Touchin On My", by artist  3Oh!3,  produced by Matt Squire, for Photo Finish Records/Atlantic, playing "Naked Cook"

Aug. 2010, "Groove Me", by artist Maximum Balloon, directed by Carlos Lopez Estrada, for DGC Records, playing "Angel"

Feb. 2010, "Born Free", by artist M.I.A., directed by Romain Gavras, for Parodoxal Records, playing "Interupted Lover"

Feb. 2010, "Momentos", by artist Noel Schajris, directed by Carlos Lopez Estrada and Carles Torens, for Sony Music Mexico, playing "Circus  Strongman"

Oct. 2009, "Christmas Cash", by artist Fred Figglehorn, written by Lucas Cruikshank, directed by Sean Haines for Salient Media, playing "Santa Claus"

July 2009, "American Ride" by artist Toby Keith, directed by Michael Saloman, for Show Dog Records, playing "Slob Husbamd, Al Gore, & Billionaire"

July 2009, "Upside Down", by artrist Banjo Or Freakout, directed by Blake Salzman,  for BOF, playing "Blue Man"

Oct. 2007, "What Do You Want From Me", by artist Cascada featured in music video for group "Cascada" for song "", directed by Max Nichols & produced by Clark Jackson, playing "Thong Guy"

2007, "Lindsay Fully Loaded", produced and directed by Allan Murray and Sean Haines for Omovies.com, playing "Inmate Stripper"

Jun. 2007, "Plaster Casts of Everything", for group Liars, from album "Liars: Plaster Casts of Everything", produced and directed by Patrick Daughters for The Directors Bureau, playing "Naked Runner"

Jun. 2007, "Naked Pool Party', for artist Skinnen Bones MC, directed by Nick Panagapolus, playing "Outraged Homeowner"

May 2007, "Paris In Jail: The Music Video", produced and directed by Allan Murray and Sean Haines for Omovies.com, playing "Inmate Mitch"

May 2007, "Potty Mouth Girl", for artist Mark Tuura for film "The Descendent", directed by Corrine Irizarry for Journey Westward Productions. director of photography: Josh Roseberry, playing "Naughty Priest"

Apr. 2007, "Doctor Love", for group Bumblebeez for album "Don't Sweat It", directed by Tom Kuntz for MJZ Productions, playing "Road Dawg"

Jun. 2006, "Hillbilly Witchcraft", for artist Kennedy, for album "Special K", directed by Sarah Adina Smith, for Friend of a Friend Studios, playing "Hillbilly Pappy"

Jun. 2006, "Elevator Mash Up (anchor)", for group Waxapples, from album "House of Wax", directed by Christian Johnston, written & produced by Michael Abbott, for Nadine Records, playing "Speedo Guy"

May 2006, "Florida Sunshine", for group As Fast As, from album Open Letter To The Damned, directed by Kurt St. Thomas, for Octone Records, playing "White Trash"

May 2006, "Beauty", for artist Aria Johnson, directed by Chad Calek, produced by True Player Entertainment,, as "Slick Player"

Aug.2005, "Isabelle", for group Koufax, from Hard Times Are In Fashion, directed by Travis Kopach for Doghouse Records, playing "Sad Cook"

Mar. 2005, "Dictaphone's Lament", for group Tycho, from album Sunrise Projector, directed by Will Joines for Tycho Music, playing "Man in Ocean"

Dec. 2003, "Scramble", for artist Nicotine, from album The Nature of Addiction, produced by Nikita Kleverov & Plainview Pictures, Playing "God"

Commercials


May 2010, "Cloud 9 Sports Bar", directed by JIm Trenton, produced by Trenton Productions, playing "Bikini Dude"

May 2007, "EZ Rims 4 Rent", directed by JIm Trenton, produced by Trenton Productions, playing "Bikini Dude"

Feb. 2007, "Spike Challenge", directed by Jay Sharron , produced by Woodie Thompson & Eyeboogie Inc. for SpikeTV.com, as the Wrong Answer Guy

Mar. 2007, "The Interrogation", comedic commercial for Cinevegas Film Festival, written & directed by Ross Novie for Rondovie Industries, playing "The Commodore"

Feb. 2007, "Spike Challenge", directed by Jay Sharron , produced by Woodie Thompson & Eyeboogie Inc. for SpikeTV.com, as the Wrong Answer Guy

Dec. 2006, "Got Milk", 2 comedic spec commercials by Sean Zaccheo & Zaccheo Films, playing the milk guy

Aug. 2006, "The Lighter Side", Beck's Beer spec commercial written & directed by John Shea, produced Olliver Hallbauer, playing "Hans Humor"

Jul.  2006, "Kilts" NFL commercial for Form Productions, as Highland Drummer

May 2006, "Protect Your Beer", spec commercial directed by Derek Halquist & Steven John, produced by Partizan Entertainment, playing "Beer Security"

Apr. 2006, "Bigger Than You Think", commercial for Carl's Jr Six Dollar Burger, written & directed by Monica Abeyta, produced by AICALA Films

Mar. 2006, "WebWatcher", product infomercial for Awareness Technolgies, produced by Take 2 Direct, directed by Anthony Ciavatta, playing "Internet Predator"

Sep. 2005, featured in promo spot with Mary Carey for Playboy TV show "Totally Busted"

Sep. 2005, featured in promo spot with Jimmy Carr for 2nd season of "Distraction" on Comedy Central

Nov. 2005, commercial "Cinderella", KEDS shoes for adults, playing "Gruff tenant"

Sep.2003, for "ABC Sports" and series "Monday Night Football", featured in promo spot with Jim Belushi and Mike Ditka, dancing the can-can" on stage at The House of Blues

Sep.1999, "Takes a licking", commercial for Kenwood's waterproof, shockproof mini CD player, playing tired jogger taking a shower

Internet

2008, "Santasm", written and directed by Matt Dilmore and Tom Kuntz for MJZ Productions, playing "Twisted"

2007, "Tim and Eric Night Live", created by Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim for SuperDeluxe.com, episode 13: "A Tim and Eric Christmas", as Santa no-pants

 2007, "Guide To Getting A Life", produced by Brain Gramo and theStream.tv, hosted by Martine Beerman, episode 124: "Martine's Birthday", as the surprise stripper

2007, "Guide To Getting A Life", produced by Brain Gramo and theStream.tv, hosted by Martine Beerman, episode 117: "300 Pound Male Nude Model", as myself

2007, "Spike Challenge", directed by Jay Sharron , produced by Woddie Thompson & Eyeboogie Inc. for SpikeTV.com, as the Wrong Answer Guy

2006, "300 North LA-LA Land", directed by Elizabeth Frommer, Produced by PinkLight Productions, playing "Supervisor - Window 6"

Live Performances

Nov. 2007, "Tim and Eric Awesome Show Live in Vegas", produced by Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, as part of "The Comedy Festival", performed at Ceasars Palace, Las Vegas, as the Raise My Roof dancer

Aug. 2007, "Muscle's for Bones", directed by Jay Sharron , produced by Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, for the Muscles for Bones tour, performed at The Troubadour, Hollywood, as the Raise My Roof dancer



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May 2007, featured in music video for artist "Mark Tuura" for song "Potty Mouth Girl" for film "The Descendent", directed by Corrine Irizarry for Journey Westward Productions. director of photography: Josh Roseberry



Apr. 2007, featured dancer in music video for group "Bumblebeez" for song "Doctor Love" from album "Project 321Explosion" for MJZ Productions


Apr. 2007, "POV", directed by Clifford Fields, produced by Jim Boyd, playing The Priest & Rude Cellphone Guy


April 2007, "Case Race", written & directed by Ben Alexander, for LAFS Productions, playing "Timmy the turtle Williams"


March 2007, "Reno 911!",  directed by Ben Garant (Junior), 2 episodes as a featured extra to be aired in season 5 (more info to follow)


March 2007, "Dysmorphic Project", written & directed by Tommy Dinh, produced by CSUF Films, playing The Watcher


February 2007, "Hail Reality", written& directed by Zach Pierson, playing Gargoth


February 2007, "The Sandwhich Lover", written & directed by Daniel Clebanoff, produced by AICALA Films, playing Slobby Roommate


February 2007, "Misdemeanor Revenge", written & directed by Jennifer Cho, produced by USC Films, playing Fred Johnson


February 2007, "Spike Challenge", directed by Jay Sharron , produced by Woddie Thompson & Eyeboogie Inc. for SpikeTV.com, as the Wrong Answer Guy


January 2007, "Young Davy Crockett", at Cheyenne Studios, playing barrister Jacob Simms


December 2006, "Got Milk", comedic spec commercial by Sean Zaccheo & Zaccheo Films, playing the milk guy


December 2006, "Time and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job", written & directed by Tim Heidecker & Eric Wareheim, Produced by Absolutely Productions & Williams Street, playing "Raise My Roof" dancer

December 2006, "Skid Marks", directed by Karl Kozak, Produced by John Weinstein and Diversa Films, playing "The Indignant Jogger"


November 2006, "Piggies", directed by Christopher Smith, Produced by Gray Beltran & Second Feature Productions, playing "Barney, Eldon, and Jonas Stubbs"


November 2006, for "The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency", featured in Christmas special as naked guy in Christmas video segment

November 2006, "Amhurst", directed by Rocky Costanzo, Produced by Chris Wolcott & LifeLine Entertainment, playing "Soda Pop Drunk"


September 2006, " Your Name Here",  written & directed by Matthew Wilder, produced by Mark Burman, MEB Entertainment & Asymetrical Productions, playing "The Naked Man"


Taped August 2006, for "G4Media" TV series "Attack of the Show", produced by Joshua Brentano, as competitor and winner (grin) of the August 31 live episode "XXL Games"


Filmed August 2006, "Yesterday Was a Lie", Satring Kipleigh Brown and Chase Masterson, written & directed by James Kerwin, produced by Chase Masterson and Helicon Arts, playing "Gallery Art Critic" (click here for trailer and behind-the-scenes and interviews)


Filmed August 2006, "The Big P", written and directed by Ray Luckey, produced by Ashley Chau and Happy-Go-Luckey Productions, Inc, playing "The Old Woman"


Filmed August 2006, "Bill", written & directed by John Salcido, produced by Neil Evans and Bill Entertainment, playing "Paul's father"

Filmed August 2006, "Zombie Counterstrike", written by Erik Herrera, directed by Steve Warner, produced by Counterstrike, playing "Big Zombie"

Filmed August 2006, "The Lighter Side", Beck's Beer spec commercial written & directed by John Shea, produced Olliver Hallbauer, playing "The Comedian"

Filmed July 2006, "Biadon Labs", written, produced, and directed by Stephen Dunford for Summer Films, playing "Sarah"


Filmed July 2006, "KIlts", NFL commercial for Form Productions, as "Highland Drummer". Here's the link: http://video.mediapost.com/index.cfm?clientfile=NFL_KiltsXNPI-3682.mpeg


Filmed July 2006, "I Love Having Fun With My Friends", written, produced, & directed by David Michor for Johnny Cakes Pictures, playing "Jack Bingleman"


Filmed July 2006, "The Fancy Pony Project", written, & directed by Tanya Brown, Produced by Jennifer Ewart, playing "Sam"


Filmed June 2006, appearance in music video for artist Kennedy, for titled "Hillbilly Witchcraft" from album "Special K", directed by Sarah Adina Smith, produced by Friend of a Friend Studios


Filmed June 2006, appearance in music video for group "Waxapples" for song "I've Been" from album "House of Wax", directed by Christian Johnston, written & produced by Michael Abbott, for Nadine Records


Filmed June 2006, "Lift This!" (2006), written, produced, & directed by Hollis Liebman, pilot for submission to FX Channel, playing "Jake"


Filmed June 2006, "Rookies" (2006), written, produced, & directed by Jason Coleman, pilot for submission to FX Channel, playing "Milton"


Filmed May/June 2006, "The Game" (2006), written by Collin Insley, produced by Brooks Films, as "Zack Bosnick"


Filmed May/June 2006, "The Doomed Man" (2006), written & directed by Ben Perkins, produced by Ben Perkins and Films153, as "The Doomed Man"


Filmed May/June 2006, "Angels in the Dark", written and directed by Karl Borges, as "Louie"


Filmed May 2006, "Adam & Evelyn" a modern fable written and directed by Tom Metz III, produced by Tom Metz lll & Darnell Smith, for Toclarity Entertainment, as "Handsome Mike"


Filmed May 2006, appearance in music video for group "As Fast As" (AFA on Myspace) for song titled "Florida Sunshine" from album "Open Letter To The Damned", for Octone Records


Filmed May 2006, "Protect Your Beer", commercial directed by Derek Halquist& Steven John, produced by Partizan Entertainment, as "Beer Security"


Filmed May 2006, appearance in debut music video for artist "Aria",  for  song  titled "Beauty", directed by Chad Calek, produced by  "True Player Entertainment", as "Hollywood Sleaze"


Filming May 2006, "Expendable", by Todd Croak-Falen & Deathmonkey Pictures, directed by David Malki, as "Leo, the Outfitter"


Filmed May 2006, "Welcome to USC", a very dark comedic spoof written, produced and directed by Cesare Wright, as "USC"


Filmed April 2006, "Bigger Than You Think", commercial for Carl's Jr Six Dollar Burger, written & directed by Monica Abeyta, produced by AICALA Films.


Filmed April 2006, "We Loved Each Other" (2006), written, produced, & directed by Rory Walsh, Zoom Pictures, as "Bill"


Filmed April 2006, "Captain Desidero", written & directed by Dave Gibbs, produced by Chris Walters, as "Comic Book Store Guy"


Taped March 2006, infomercial produced by Take 2 Direct for Awareness Technolgies product "WebWatcher", directed by Anthony Ciavatta, as "Internet Predator"


Filmed March 2006, "Corporate Thugz", directed by Carl D. McDowell, produced by In Motion Filmz, as "Tom"


Filmed March 2006, "A Study in the Orientation of Han Sum" (2006), directed by G. R. Claveria, produced by G. R. Claveria & LeavinGuilty Films, as "Sumo Samurai"


Taped March 2006, "The Flea Circus", written by Scott Henderson Jones, produced by Flagship Pictures, as voice of "Ringmaster Flea"


Filmed February 2006, pilot for children's show "The Ogre's Cookbook", created and produced by Victor Ciccarelli, as "Michael, the Ogre Cook"


Filmed February 2006, "Last Exit" (2006), written and directed by Nicola Marsh, produced by Sho Thyme, MJ Johnson, & USC Films, as "The Shuttle Driver"


Filmed January 2006, "Dancing with Pain" (2006), written & directed by Sarah Krusen, produced by L.A.F.S.C Films, as "Bad Daddy"


Filmed January 2006, "Kwame World" (2006), directed by Dave Arnold, produced by Edwin Benton and Show the Reel Productions, as "Frank The Ticket"


Filmed January 2006, "Health Talk", an infomercial for Whitaker Wellness Institute , produced by ATI Productions,  cast as "Man with question"


Filmed January 2006, "Shadow Man" (2006), written by Scott Fauber, directed by Nathan Kitada, produced by David Freid and Shalena Oxley-Butler for Quixotic Pictures & AFI Films, as "Trekkie"


Filmed January 2006, "Because I Said So" (2007), starring Diane Keaton & Mandy Moore, directed by Michael Lehmann, Gold Circle Films and Universal Pictures, as "Chubby Mobster wedding guest", Watch their trailer


Filmed December 2005, "Coming Home" (2006), written & directed by Garrett Comenas, produced by Alex Lebovich and New York Film Academy, as abusive husband and father
 


Filmed November 2005 & February 2006, "Ninja What?" (2006), written & directed by Drew Harris,  as "Fabe", an unlikely and clueless ninja


Filmed November 2005, commercial "Cinderella", KEDS shoes for adults and children, playing "Gruff Tenent"


Taped November 2005, for "Spike TV" series "Freshbaked Video Games", debate spot on "Counterfire", a segment of the show examining new video games
Michael with host Bert Kreischer and debate opponent Kimoji Brown


Filmed September and October 2005, "Larger Than Life - A Cinematic Portrait of  Michael Q. Schmidt" (2006),  written & directed by Sho Thyme, cinematography by Andrew Russo, a USC School of Film documentary about my art and modeling


Taped September 2005, for Comedy Central, spot with host Jimmy Carr, promoting the second season of gameshow "Distraction"


Taped September 2005, Comedy Central, appearances in several nudist sketches for show "Distraction",  by Fremantle Media, 2nd season premiered January 2006. Check the "Distraction" home page on Comedy Central !
 


Taped September 2005, for Playboy TV, appearance in promotional spots for show "Totally Busted", scheduled for release Winter 2005


Taped September 2005, 2 episodes for The Learning Channel series "Untold Stories From The E.R.", as shocked person in episode "Say Your Prayers" and as wheelchair patient in episode "Exorcism In The ER"


Filming August 2005, "Fear Ever After" (2007), written and directed by Gary Carbo, produced MovieSpeak Films & Agenda Pictures, as "Billy Bob Barfield"


Filmed in August 2005, appearance in music video for song titled "Isabelle", from album "Hard Times Are In Fashion", by group "Koufax", Directed by Travis Kopach for Doghouse Records
WATCH THE VIDEO - CLICK HERE >


Filmed July 2005, "Temporary"(2006), produced by Film-Noise Media, Written and Directed by Robert ToTeras, as "Manny Bluside"


Shot July 2005, promotional shoot for David Spade's "The Showbiz Show", on Comedy Central. Photographer Ian White. Producer Charles Danek


June 2005, "The Assassin Project" (2006), Directed by Hal Jordon, producedby Monique Yamaguchi and Ordinary World Pictures, as corpse


Filmed May 2005, "Razor Tini 360", 2 spec commercials for Motorola Razr phone, written & directed by Mirella Zepeda, produced bt AICALA Films, as "Harry"


May 2005, "The Confession" (2006), Written and Produced by Jim Carty, directed by Kataneh Hamidi, as "Father O'Reily"


May 2005,  "R3TUAL" (2005),a film  by Ben Staley and Eleventhreehundred  Productions, as "Captured Demon"


April 2005, episode for Court TV series "North Mission Road", entitled "Hells Angels Mystery", as murder victim "Large Larry Lajeunesse"


April 2005, "Margaret's Son" (2006), Good Malenty Productions, directed by Esteban Arguello, as "First Zombie"


Filmed in March 2005, Appearance in music video for song titled "Dictaphone's Lament", from album titled "Sunrise Projector", by artist "Tycho", Directed by Will Joines http://willjoines.com  for Tycho Music  http://www.tychomusic.com

February 2005, "Huge Naked Guy" (2006), TriRock Films, Directed by James Evans, as "Huge Naked Guy".


February 2005, "A Happy Ending", TriRock Films, Directed by James Evans, as "Huge Naked Guy"


February 2005, Penn & Teller's Bullshit,  subject in comedic documetary on hair and body waxing entitled "Hair",  aired on Showtime in June 2005


February 2005, movie "Axegrinder" (2006), Exec Producer David Sterling, Producer Brandy W. Johnson, Director David Palmieri, as "Jester"
Check Cine Excel Entertainment


Filmed December 2004, "S.C.R.E.W.D." (2006), written & directed by Benny Nurick, as "Hank the nudist"


December 2004 thru February 2005 (in post), movie "The Green Book", writer/director Andrew Olaya, Six14 Productions, as "Exorcist Priest #1" & as "Damed Soul"
  


November 2004 thru February 2005, movie "The Three Trials" (2006), Swinging Axe Productions, as "Father", "Master of Ceremonies", and  "Fertility Demon" . Check TheThreeTrials.com
 


Filmed October 2004, "The Chase", written and directed by Matt Klekotka, produced by LACC Films, as "henchman Number 2"


October 2004, movie "Tears of a Clown" (2005), Bandwagon Filmworks & Full Circle Entertainment, as "Fat Tony"  http://tearsofaclownthemovie.com/


Taped September 2004, Comedy Central, appearances in several nudist sketches for show "Distraction",  by Fremantle Media, premiered January 2005, Check the "Distraction" home page on Comedy Central !
                  


Filmed in September 2004, short feature "Half Life" (2005), writer/director Jamie Breslau, Searchlight Films / 20th Century Fox, as reanimated corpse
     
preparing the dead                                                            and now very dead


Beginning in August 2004, animated children's series on Carton Network's "Adult Swim", "Tom goes to the Mayor",  by Dipshot Films, as recurring character "Joy Peters", Debut November 2004, see  Adultswim.com   and   TimAndEric.com


Taped in August 2004,  HBO Television's"Shock Video", "Naughty By Nations" by "World Of Wonder Entertainment", playing French representative


Filmed in August 2004, short film "Hired" (2004), MaturaFilm Productions, Robert Royds director, Alexander Zahn & Edwin Kim co-producers, as "Simone Aclair"
 
Simone Aclair escorts the new hire to his cubicle


Filmed in August 2004, movie "Tooth Radio" (in post), written & directed by Grady Sain for Gradytrain Productions, as "The Patient"
   
Chicken delivery raises a whole new series of problems


Taped in July 2004, infomercial for "Sauna Belt", produced by Ben Kalb Productions,  as "before" in a series on belt usage
Oh sure... use the belt and lose 15 inches, 100 lbs,  and gain a tan.


Taped in July 2004, comedy appearance on "The Dan Show" on KVVU FOX5 Las Vegas, as stripper for  bachelorette party


Filmed in July 2004, short film "Five Days" (2006), Jeremy Dayton writer/producer, 1AceRex1 Productions, as "ex-con Bubba"
bubba and all his friends


Filmed in March 2004, comedy pilot "Schmucks" (2004), Jeff Korn writer/producer, Greenkorn Productions, as "Narrator", http://www.comedytoday.com/schmucks.htm
         
Jeff Korn and Dan Rosenberg of "Schmucks" doing some impromptu pitching of their own


Filmed in February-April 2004, movie "Skeletons in the Closet", directed by Polecat, produced by Kebiana, presented by Meteor Multimedia, as "Police Chief Norm Reilly. Visit  Skeletons In The Closet The Movie.com and at Indiepix.net/film/film.pl?film=1664


Filmed in January 2004, movie "18 Fingers Of Death" (2006), James Lew director, Ellen English producer, 18 Fingers Of Death Productions, as "Buttcrack guy"


Filmed in December 2003, Appearance in music video for song titled "Scramble", from album entitled "The Nature of Addiction", by artist "Nicotine", filmed by Plainview Pictures, Producer Nikita Kleverov


Taped in December 2003, commercial for Dawn Dishwashing Detergent (2004), cast as background extra at carnival where Robby Knevil jumps 10,000 plates.
Bobby Knevil leaps the plates


Taped in November 2003 & January 2004, appearances on "Let's Paint TV",  as model and subject  for on-air artist John Kilduff http://letspainttv.com/tv.html
 
Michael as "Lucifer" by John Killduff


Filmed in October 2003, "TLC's Mysterious Worlds", as cult leader "Gerald Cruz" in reenactment of 1990 Stanislaus County mass murder
The real Cruz and cohorts on trials


Filmed in October 2003, "Souvenir" (2006), Ryan Mintz Producer, as "Light-fingered homeless Nick"


Taped on September 2003, "Monday Night Football Sports Promo", by ABC Television, cast  to dance on stage at House of Blues alongside Mike Ditka and James Belushi, aired September 29, 2003
 
James Belushi- Center,    Mike Ditka - #77,   Michael Schmidt - #62


Filmed in September 2003, "Streakers" (2003), USC student film, as "Norman"


Filmed in August 2003, "Clean" (2004), by Nightfire Films, Nyle Cavazos Garcia - Director/Writer/Producer, Jane Gaffney - Writer/Producer, http://www.nightfirefilms.com/  as "Lucky" the stripper's favorite customer
Click HERE to view Trailer
  


Taped in August 2003, "Master Debaters" (2003), by National Lampoon television, as rowdy audience member in promo spot for film "Dorm Daze" http://www.nationallampoonnetworks.com/


Filmed in May & October 2003, "Flesh Pit" (2004) by  Dark Dimensions Entertainment, as "Blake Waters"
 


Filmed in November 2002, "Santa Claus Versus the Christmas Vixens" (2002), by Cranium Candy Entertainment and KirkFilms, as "Santa Claus", preview can be seen at VOD
Someone's been very naughty


Filmed in April 2002, "Naked Shadows" (2006), by Cranium Candy Entertainment and KirkFilms, as "Mort the landlord" http://craniumcandy.com/ns.htm
    
(view trailer)


Fall 2000, at Sony Pictures Imageworks Studios, worked with their animation team as a resource model to become the character known as the mountain troll in "Harry Potter and The Sorcerer's Stone"(2001).
Yes... that huge tummy is mine... making the mountain troll the only American in the movie


Taped in September1999, "Takes a licking" (1999), commercial for Kenwood antishock mini CD player, as the tired jogger taking shower


Filmed through June 1999, "The Decay of Fiction" (2002), by Pat Oneil and by Lookout Mountain Films, as naked ghost (read review)
Award winning "Decay Of Fiction"