Carl Weyant

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Carl Weyant
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Carl Weyant at the New York International and Independent Film Festival
Born Carl Weyant
(1983-10-04) 4 October 1983 (age 34)
New York, New York
Occupation Actor/Writer/Producer/Musician/
Years active 2003–Present
Website www.splitvisionent.com

Carl Weyant (born October 4, 1983) is an American actor, producer, model and musician who has appeared in Karma: Crime, Passion and Reincarnation, Elle: A Modern Cinderella Tale The Young and the Restless and recently worked with Danny Glover, Michael Rooker, and famed actor Martin Landau in the psychological thriller Mysteria

Career[edit]

Shortly after arriving in Los Angeles, Weyant received roles in numerous low-budget independent features including Stray directed by Johnny Yong Bosch, and The Memory Thief. He then appeared as Thad Warner in The Young and the Restless. Since that time, Weyant has worked steadily in Hollywood, appearing in eleven films and day time TV Young and the restless.

In 2008, Weyant made his debut as the male lead in the film Karma: Crime, Passion, Reincarnation, which showed at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2008.[1]

In 2009, Weyant went on to portray the role of Randy Dedd in the Dark comedy Dedd Brothers[2] directed and written by Dustin Schuetter. Weyant and Schuetter would later go on and partner up on various features. Weyant then produced the family movie Elle: A Modern Cinderella Tale alongside John Dunson and Sean Dunson of Frame of Mind Entertainment. Elle won an audience award at the 2010 Newport Beach Film Festival.[3]

During the end of 2009, Weyant formed Split | Vision| Entertainment for the production of full-length feature films. In 2010, Weyant partnered with Dustin Schuetter to co-develop, executive produce, produce and act on the award winning dark film Samuel Bleak, which starred Deborah Kara Unger, David Zayas, James Russo, Keith David and co-producer Dustin Schuetter. Samuel Bleak premiered at Cinequest Film Festival in the historic California Theatre on March 5, 2011, showed at the Sarasota Film Festival and competed at the First Santa Catalina Film Festival[4] in Catalina, CA. Samuel Bleak has also been nominated for the 2011[5] which is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration,[6] and Center for Mental Health Services. The Voice Awards honor leaders who have done exemplary work promoting the social inclusion of individuals with behavioral health problems.

Current[edit]

[7] Weyant is currently producing Jake Stevens: The Last Protector with Dunson Twin Films for a theatrical release late 2014. According to an interview by Movie Vine, Weyant joined rock group Dead by Choice and is currently working on an untitled E.P.[8] Weyant starred in the feature film Ashes of Eden in which is set to come out in theaters early 2014.

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Film Role Notes
2006 Scattered and Saved Ramone
2007 The Memory Thief Actor
2008 Karma: Crime, Passion, Reincarnation Vic Best Feature Marbella, Spain[9]
Best Costumes and Art Direction Corinthian Film Festival, Greece[10]
2009 Dedd Brothers Rande Dedd
2010 A Minor League Story Associate Producer/Casting Associate
Locked in a Room Blake
Elle: A Modern Cinderella Tale Actor/Producer Best Family Film, Newport Beach Film Festival
Samuel Bleak Dexter/Producer Best Feature Film: Suspense New York City[11]
2011 Benjamin Benjamin/Producer
Mysteria (film)" Jack Premiered at the Beverly Hills Film, TV & New Media Festival[12]
2012 Love Letters in the Sand Mark
Jake Stevens: The Last Protector Producer
Chapo Robert "Chapo" Chapman
2014 Ashes of Eden Carlos
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2006–2008 The Young and the Restless Thad Warner Select Episodes

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