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Nat Christian

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  • Nat Christian studied filmmaking in college. He was asked by classmates to act in their student projects. He then studied with some of the top acting coaches in the industry, was soon cast in local plays, receiving critical acclaim and awards, an landed running roles on TV including "General Hospital", "The Young and the Restless", "Days of Our Lives." Actor, Jerry Orbach (Law and Order), read one of Nat's screenplays, "California Casanova", and offered to play the lead role in it, which brought about the independent financing. Nat also directed the movie. He was then asked to direct the production company's other feature, a zany comedy, "Club Fed". Nat wrote an existential love story entitled, "Channels". Nat directed (and produced) "For Heaven's Sake" (2008), starring Florence Henderson, Allison Lange, David Paetkau, Stephanie Patton, Yaani King and Kathryn Gordon. Olliewood Films, Inc.. optioned Nat's existential screenplay, "Channels" (2008), which Nat directed (and produced) and also starred in with Ed Asner, Kim Oja, John Kassir, Taylor Negron and Joan Van Ark. Both films were official selections at independent film festivals. Nat wrote the feature "700 Hill" for Monterrey Pictures. Nat wrote, directed and produced "Monday Morning" a socio-political drama set within the context of a Minnesota political campaign and the harsh realities of Los Angeles's homeless community. Along with his other fourteen screenplays, Nat also story consulted on "The Duke" (Buena Vista). Nat resides in Los Angeles and Minneapolis. Sources: IMDB, Website- www.newyolktimes.com, Wikipedia








No Score Yet Monday Morning Director Screenwriter Producer Damn 2012
No Score Yet For Heaven's Sake Director Producer 2008
No Score Yet Channels Black Racklin Screenwriter Director Producer 2008
No Score Yet Dead Sexy Executive Producer 2000
No Score Yet California Casanova Screenwriter Director 1991


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