Laud Weiner

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Laud Weiner is a short film written and directed by Philip Euling, starring David Hyde Pierce. The cast also includes Marisol Nichols, Jake Muxworthy, and James Oliver.


The film follows Laud Weiner, an oblivious, self-satisfied, and spoiled Hollywood manager-producer, as he explains his 'hard' work to the camera while in reality taking credit for other people's ideas and making everyone's life difficult.

Broadcast and DVD[edit]

The film was broadcast on the Independent Film Channel and is one of a number of short films featuring celebrities on the DVD short-film compilation "Celebrity Mix" put out by TLA Entertainment Group.

Film Festivals[edit]


The film won Best Short Film at the Wine Country Film Festival in 2002. [1]


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