2014-04-29 23:03:01 - Actor Dave Bresnahan announced that he has accepted roles in three films all shooting the same week in Utah.
Sandy, UT – Actor Dave Bresnahan ( www.Bresnahan.org) is actively participating in three films at one time in a single week in Utah.
He has accepted a lead role in Sugar Wars, a supporting role in The Job Interview, and will also appear in The Man on Carrion Road, all being filmed on different days the same week.
Bresnahan is an experienced character actor who has been in nine feature films in the past nine months, has been in six short films in that time, has been in a number of television commercials, corporate videos, does voiceover acting, and gives motivational presentations to groups.
He has a profile and bio on IMDb ( ad.trwv.net/t.pl/19741/356222).
He began the week with an appearance in The Man
on Carrion Road, a feature currently filming in Utah. He said it is a film about good vs. evil, and because it is being filmed in Utah he was happy to be a part of it. It is directed by Gonzalo López-Gallego, and stars Patrick Wilson and James Belushi.
Next he plays a lead role in The Job Interview, a short film by Tim Drake of Top Flight Pictures. Bresnahan plays the part of the boss in this comedy about a job interview that went terribly wrong.
He finished the week with a lead role in Sugar Wars, a drama by Mason Allen of Reel Escape Entertainment. Bresnahan plays the part of a brazen gang leader in this action short film.
“Variety in the roles I play help makes this fun and enjoyable. In just the past few months I’ve been a World War II soldier, both American and German, a medieval soldier, an Orc, at school teacher, a doctor, a used car salesman, a business executive, a bad guy, and an Irish farmer. Plus I’ve been blown up and killed several times. I’m having a blast, literally,” described Bresnahan of his recent acting roles.
He recently finish a comedy film in which he play the lead role of Paddy O’Reilly, an Irish farmer in the film Faranabrack Chronicles, which is now entered in eight different film festivals all around the world.