Britt George

Britt George is an actor known for his roles in True Blood (Warlow’s Father), Cryptid: The Swamp Beast (Luc Baptiste), Too Close to Home (Tony), Heels (Ronnie Lackey) and more.

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Wendy Shepherd of Studio Matrix has provided Britt with online publicity, consulting, social media and internet management since about the year 2016.

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Biography

Britt George is part of the new generation of multi-hyphenates, a person who is an actor, writer, producer and a director who has the ability to generate their own materials.

Originally from Orlando, Fl, Britt made the move to Los Angeles shortly after attending the New Actors Workshop Conservatory in New York City. He quickly found acting work in numerous films and television shows before gaining International attention as the series lead on the History Channel’s Cryptid: The Swamp Beast. Other starring roles soon followed including feature films Welcome to Inspiration, Sharp and the soon to be released Boonville Redemption and Elvis Lives!

His first producing credit is the original web series Burning Hollywood, which garnered national attention after he appeared on Good Morning America. He followed that up with the feature films From The Shadows, Trim co-starring two time Academy Award nominee Bruce Dern, RockBarnes “The Emperor in You” , Cathedral Canyon, and will premiere his fifth produced feature film, Heels in the fall of 2016.

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