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Jesse Carlson is an actor and producer, known for C Is for Clown (2017), The Champ (2006) and The Sea Change (2006). See full bio »

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C Is for Clown
The Champ
The Champ Producer
The Sea Change
The Sea Change Producer
The Grasshopper
The Grasshopper Producer


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 2017 C Is for Clown (Short) (completed)
 2017 Alice and Friends (Short)
 2013 Into the Gates of Hell (Short)
Mr. Brutus
 2009 The Conversationalist (Short)
Conversationalist (dramatic re-enactment)
 2006 Stronger Than Daylight (Short)
Adult Stephen
 2006 Waiting for Isaac (Short)
Hide Hide Show Show Producer (6 credits)
 2017 C Is for Clown (Short) (executive producer) / (producer) (completed)
 2017 Alice and Friends (Short) (producer)
 2006 The Champ (Short) (producer)
 2006 Stronger Than Daylight (Short) (producer)
 2006 The Grasshopper (Short) (producer)
 2006 The Sea Change (Short) (producer)
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (1 credit)
 2017 C Is for Clown (Short) (writer) (completed)
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 2005 La fille fran├žaise (Short) (production assistant)
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 2015 Love, Geneve (Short) (very special thanks)
 2013 Into the Gates of Hell (Short) (special thanks)

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