BIO / RESUME

 

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Versatile working actor and award winning filmmaker, Clint Carmichael has continued to entertain audiences for over two decades. A native of Los Angeles, Carmichael was in film school at San Francisco State University when he saw a production of “The Rivals” at A.C.T. and decided, “Yeah, I want to do that.” Upon returning home to L.A., he began studying with renowned acting teacher, Milton Katselas, at the Beverly Hills Playhouse. Acting work soon followed as he was cast in commercials, episodic television and film. A 6’4, 230 pound former competitive swimmer, lifeguard and ski instructor, Clint’s athletic ability and look was also perfect for many of the live stunt shows at Universal Studios Hollywood and he was cast in many of their top rated shows, such as: The A-Team, Miami Vice, Conan, Wild, Wild West and Terminator T-2 live shows. His relationships in the stunt community continue to this day.

 

Equally at home on stage, Carmichael has appeared in many world premieres, as well as critically acclaimed productions at the Hudson, Court, Matrix and West Coast Ensemble theaters. As a five-year member of the West Coast Ensemble, Clint performed in main stage productions and served in the writers’ and directors’ labs developing original works for the stage and as potential source material for film production. Notable stage appearances include the critically acclaimed world premiere of Christopher Hart’s “Teeing Off”, “The Precipice” with Sharon Lawrence, the world premiere of Ken Lippman’s “Eddie Quinn,” the West Coast Premiere of “Love & Anger” with Ian Buchanan and most recently a production of “Johnny on the Spot” with Richard Burgi at the Matrix Theater.

 

Some recent film and television appearances include: “The Watch,” “Victorious,” “Big Bad,” “Dispatch,” “The House Bunny,” “Knight Rider,” “NCIS,” “Two and a Half Men,” “Cold Case,” “Everybody Hates Chris” and “Brothers & Sisters” (as Jenna Elfman’s husband). Additional guest appearances include: “Drake & Josh,” “Bonnie Hunt pilot (Let Go),” “Ghost Whisperer,” “Wanted,” “The Comeback,” “See Arnold Run,” “Caroline in the City,” “Pacific Blue,” “Alright Already,” “Star Trek: Voyager,” “Wings,” “Sisters” and “Star Trek (TNG).” Recent national commercial campaigns include: Chase, Fresh Energy, Dish Network, Laser Spine Institute, Comcast, Viagra, Ford, High Plains Bison and Cadillac.

 

Carmichael has produced two multi award-winning films. His first effort, the supernatural teen thriller “The Open Door,” received rave reviews and won the Audience Choice Award in it’s premiere at the 2008 Shriekfest Film Festival. Other awards include: Best Feature Film at the 2009 Horror UK Film Festival, Best Feature Film at the 2009 Dark River Film Festival, Best Supporting Actor at the 2009 Horror UK Film Festival, a 2009 Silver Screen Award at the Nevada Film Festival and Best Special FX Make-Up at the 2009 Big Bear Horror Film Festival. “The Open Door” is currently in worldwide distribution through Phase4 Films (domestic) and Moving Pictures Film & TV (foreign) and can be purchased and/or downloaded everywhere films are sold or rented. His second project as producer, “The Action Hero’s Guide To Saving Lives” is a laugh-out-loud action/comedy short film starring Patrick Warburton (Rules of Engagement, Seinfeld, Men In Black II, The Tick) and won Best Action/Adventure Short at the 2010 Comic-Con International Film Festival. Other awards include: Best Comedy Short at the 2011 CineGear Expo Film Series, Best Short at the 2010 World of Comedy Film Festival, Best-Of-Fest at the 2010 LA Comedy Shorts Film Festival, Best Comedy at the 2010 Hollyshorts Film Festival, Best-Of Fest at the 2010 Foursite Film Festival and Best Comedy at the 2009 Dragon Con Film Festival in Atlanta. Due to the tremendous reception of “Action Hero” the filmmakers are working on developing it into a feature film. Carmichael has a number of other projects in development and will continue to work in front of as well as behind the camera.