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Overview (1)

Height 6' 1" (1.85 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Sean LeeRoy is a Maryland born, New York trained Actor, Writer and aspiring Producer. His training consists of three years of Meisner Technique, and one year of character development. Sean specializes in crime, thrillers, drama and action; with aspirations of merging into comedy, family, and political pieces. In 2015, Sean day-viewed in his first theatrical released comedy, titled: Slow Learners. The same year, he stared in a mystery, crime drama, titled: Last Breath. Which has appeared in 8 festivals, accumulating one win and three nominations, thus far.

Sean puts everything he has into the project he's working on, striving toward nothing less than perfection, each time. He has won two out of two performance competitions, and awarded three scholarships since 2010. His stage work is minimal, but spans from Off-Off Broadway to the Metropolitan Theatre.

For further details, visit his personal website.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: LeeRoy K

Trivia (8)

By trade, Sean LeeRoy is a Carpenter and Heavy Machine Operator.
Sean's 1st job as a kid was as a Roofing Assistant at 9 years of age.
By age 12 Sean LeeRoy had lived in 21+ locations along the East Coast.
In the 10th grade during the Columbine Shooting, Sean wrote a poem about the lock-downs that were illegally happening in his High School which was sent to the newspapers by his Grandmother unknowingly. The Poem was published, which raised awareness to the Lock-downs and a stop was put to it immediately following an investigation.
Manhattan, NY USA: working in the Tri State area in Film, Television and Theatre as an Actor and Stunt Performer. [April 2012]
New York, NY USA: Attending NYC Meisner Conservatory landing a full talent scholarship. [January 2010]
New York, NY, USA: Working with The Actors Studio in conjunction with Acting Coach John Pallotta. While simultaneously continuing work in Film, Television and Theatre. [April 2012]
Sean turned down the chance to train with a Broadway Acting Coach strait out of High School; after she saw him in a public performance and offered her services for free.

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