I’ve been in a few movies, worked with a few Oscar ® winners, wrote a few stage plays (one of them continues to be performed regularly), wrote a few screenplays (some were made into films), and I produced some movies you likely haven’t seen.
Instead of doing a Google search and reading all the amazing, interesting things others wrote about me, you could click this link to my blog where you can find interesting things I’ve written about others! I mostly blog about the motion picture industry, filmmaking in Louisiana (“Hollywood South”), acting, writing, politics, United States Marine Corps, veterans issues, and current events. I always do my best to keep it fun and to always speak my mind (check out http://georgekostuch.com for brutally honest and funny)! If you are looking for background info then what could be a better source than my totally unbiased biography? ;P
If you don’t feel like reading interviews, articles, reviews, etc. of my works OR reading my musings on my website/blog (inner voice: “then why the hell are you here? seriously!”), then you must want to know more about me but are not overly enthusiastic about it. Lucky for you, Wikipedia is happy to serve me up in yummy, bite-size morsels fit for mass consumption! Here ya’ go:
IMDb lists current and past film/television projects:
Check out this video of my work as an actor with scenes from In the Valley of Elah with Tommy Lee Jones and The Next Three Days with Russell Crowe and Elizabeth Banks, both written and directed by Academy Award ® winner Paul Haggis. It also has clips of my work with Matt Damon in the Paul Greengrass directed action/thriller Green Zone and scenes from the unreleased, independent film Homecoming.
If your thirst for “Sean Huze life details” remains unquenched after reading my home page and then watching my demo reel, then you are probably my biggest fan… or my craziest stalker… only time will tell. You should definitely check out my bio though. You will relish every juicy, sordid detail… or find it’s an amazing treatment for insomnia!
If you still need more, I’ve got you covered. Select any of the below titles and you can own me… well, my motion pictures on that one specific DVD for private, home use only (legal blah blah blah legal blah blah blah). Seriously, though, piracy sucks and it’s stealing… and not just from the studios and distributors (which is totally wrong and abhorrent too!) but also from working class crew members, writers, actors, directors, and producers. If you support an artist, rent or buy their films through legitimate vendors. Don’t steal from the artists whose work you enjoy (or even those whose work you don’t!). Piracy is a serious crime that ultimately hurts all of us. Lost revenues mean less films overall get made, those in the industry that hit unemployment lines are losing homes (decreasing our neighbors’ home value), no longer contributing income tax revenue due to no/reduced income, IRAs and 401Ks decrease in value because it’s basically impossible to not have stock in a studio or one of its parent companies, etc. “So don’t be hatin’ on those creatin!” Stealing from artists is also bad karma, so please learn about this issue and call your Representative and Senator and tell them you support anti-piracy legislation.