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With actor Michael Riney (as the protagonist Caesar Romanowski) on the set of With DP Eddie Abalo, left, and camera operator Russ Sindt on the set of With daughter Sammy at one of Level 5 Motorsports' races during filming of At Texas Motor Speedway near Dallas, where I spent a week with producer/director Timothy J. Nelson, doing research for With daughters Sammy, left, and Emily on set of Performing with Ramones Alive at Monk's in Salt Lake City.This is actually a postcard from Woodstock, N.Y., but it speaks to me -- I grew up in Woodstock, Va., a small town in the Shenandoah Valley, and now I work in Hollywood! (If you call being a screenwriter Photo from Daily Emerald article on my first production, Being a screenwriter and director was actually my second choice. One of my early bands, Pelican Bob, in Eugene, Ore. I'm second from left. Far right is the now-famous and still-just-as-cool-as-ever Greg Behrendt. The original Club Venus Worms from my second production, The revenge-minded Club Venus Worms, year two -- after we became famous for being the worst rec-league basketball team in America. The last surviving publicity photo from my first production, One of my Hollywood dreams was that producers would take me to sporting events and I'd get to sit a few rows from the floor, or in this case, the ice -- and it finally happened! Kings win, Kings win! Thanks David Z! As Joey Alive (a.k.a. Joey Ramone), beating on the brat with a baseball bat during Ramones Alive performance, Salt Lake City. Director Stacy Dymalski, right, with (seated, l to r) Tod Huntington, Billie Harsch and Monique Lanier at Salt Lake City premiere of Seated l to r, Nate Sears, me, Tod Huntington, Billie Harsch and Monique Lanier at Salt Lake City premiere of With actor Tod Huntington (Cover (featuring Scott Utah Gov. Jon M. Huntsman and his hot First Lady Mary Kaye hang out with us (Ramones Alive) after our show at the Hard Rock Cafe in Salt Lake City. Gov. Huntsman (now the U.S. ambassador to China) is a BIG Ramones fan. That's me with my arm around the First Lady, of course. The Huntsmans are WONDERFUL people, especially for Republicans.At my desk in Pasadena, 2009.Performing with Ramones Alive in Ogden, Utah.The house where I grew up, 147 N. Main Street, Woodstock, Va. -- across the street from the movie theater, where you would find me every Friday night. No wonder I ended up in this business! Preparing for my motion picture acting debut on set of With director and co-writer Stacy Dymalski on set of The cast of There goes another $5 Salvation Army guitar! Joey (me) smashes it up on stage in Park City as Tommy (Ed Fraze) looks on. Director Stacy Dymalski, middle, and DP Eric Ristau shoot actress Connie Young (Singing With, l to r, DP Eric Ristau, producer Billie Harsch and producer-director Stacy Dymalski during production meeting on set of Official movie poster for With producer Billie Harsch and actor Nate Sears at Park City premiere after party for Cowabunga, Universal Studios rocks! Except they really need more rides!With friends Ric and Ann Trentman at Park City premiere of Why am I working so hard when I can just buy one for $9.99?As Joey Ramone at Monk's, Salt Lake City, with Roger Knox (as Dee Dee Ramone.In order to get the #55 car inside the lobby for the premiere, they actually had to build the theater around it. Pretty cool. I didn't get paid a whole lot, but I did get to hang out with supermodels!L to r, driving coach and racing consultant Ed Zabinksi, cinematographer Jeff Stiles, yours truly and DP Brian Bayerl after Kansas City premiere of At the premiere of The theater begins to fill for the 8/12/2010 premiere (private screening) of My Legendary Level 5 Motorsports race driver Christophe Bouchut prepares for a practice run at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Ca., December 2009. I interviewed Christophe for six days and I'm still not sure what he said, but we laughed a lot. The sun rises over Lake Lloyd, inside the track at Daytona International Speedway, January 2010. I still can't believe I got up that early, but I'm glad my producer made me (thanks Matthew!) -- it was an incredible morning.In the pits at Daytona, halfway through the 24-hour race -- still going strong at 4 a.m. (Notice the crew member asleep on the right) Atop the infield suites at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Ca., where we shot Level 5 Motorsports' preparations for the 2010 Rolex 24 at Daytona. It was cool having the whole place to ourselves! In my apartment in Salt Lake, just before making the move to L.A. Band fliers behind me -- it was hard leaving the band, not hard to leave the snow!At private screening of
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Zack Van Eyck is a film and television writer, director and producer living in Los Angeles. His features include the indie darling "Jupiter Landing" (2005), the award-winning auto racing film "Daytona Dream" (2010) and the romantic comedy "Three of One Kind" (2013). His sci-fi suspense-drama "The Shenandoah Experiment" is scheduled for a spring ... See full bio »
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