Nate Barlow

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Nate Barlow
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Born (1975-07-06) July 6, 1975 (age 39)
Middletown, Connecticut
Occupation actor, director, producer, screenwriter,

Nate Barlow (born Nathanael Jackson Barlow on July 6, 1975) is an American film director, actor, screenwriter and producer. Born in Middletown, Connecticut, to two musician and teaching parents, he spent two years as a child in Tanzania, where he attended the International School Moshi. He graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Electrical & Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University in 1996, after which he worked as a designer engineer for Symbol Technologies on Long Island before moving to Los Angeles, to pursue his filmmaking career.[1]

Barlow co-directed, co-wrote and co-starred in Tales from Beyond, an anthology feature film starring Adam West that won Best Picture Awards at the 2004 ShockerFest and 2004 ShriekFest Film Festivals before being distributed by Anthem Pictures. Prior to Tales From Beyond, he directed the interview-based documentary short Film Trix 2002 and produced the narrative feature film Hollywood, Pennsylvania, which had a live making-of documentary broadcast from the set onto the World Wide Web.[2]

Barlow's acting work includes L.A. Twister, the lowest-budgeted film ever to premiere at Grauman's Chinese Theatre,[3] and Chance, the directorial debut of Amber Benson, as well as commercials. The actors trade newspaper "Back Stage" profiled Barlow as one its actors successfully utilizing such social networking websites as MySpace and Facebook to further his acting career.[4]

Barlow's screenplay "Random Encounters" recently was purchased by Imagination Pictures. The film, directed by Boris Undorf and starring Sean Young, Michael Rady and Abby Wathen, is currently in post-production.[5][6] He is currently adapting a children's fantasy novel for Kerouac Films.

Filmography[edit]

Actor[edit]

  • Random Encounters (2010)
  • Tales From Beyond (2004)
  • L.A. Twister (2004)
  • Chance (2002)
  • Hollywood, Pennsylvania (2001)
  • Yup Yup Man (aka Dark Justice) (2000)
  • Killing The Vision (1999)
  • Take It Easy (1999)

Director[edit]

  • Tales From Beyond (2004)
  • Film Trix 2002 (2002)

Screenwriter[edit]

  • Random Encounters (2010)
  • Tales From Beyond (2004)

Producer[edit]

  • Tales From Beyond (2004)
  • Chance (associate producer) (2002)
  • Film Trix 2002 (2002)
  • Hollywood, Pennsylvania (2001)
  • Take It Easy (1999)

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