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Louie Iaccarino


Born and raised in Indiana, Louie Iaccarino is an actor, filmmaker, and producer who resides in Los Angeles, CA. After studying theater at Indiana University for 2 years, he moved to Hollywood, where he attended the acclaimed Stella Adler Academy of Acting for 2 more years. Since, he has performed in several productions on stage, including the ... See full bio »
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Known For

Suburban Cowboy
(2016)
Common Outlaws
Common Outlaws Cashius Hurley
(2014)
The Encounter
(2015)
Chelsea
Chelsea Sketch Basketball Player
(2017)

Filmography

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 2016 Suburban Cowboy
Petey
 2015/IV Strangers (Short)
Hipster Bouncer
 2015 No Way Jose
Young Punk in Car
 2015/I The Encounter
Ryan
 2014 Common Outlaws
Cashius Hurley
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 2014 Common Outlaws (producer)
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 2015 Jupiter Ascending (office production assistant)
 2014/I Dark Hearts (production assistant)
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 2013 Love and Skin (Short) (special thanks)
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 2017 Chelsea (TV Series)
Sketch Basketball Player
- We Are All Sharks (2017) ... Sketch Basketball Player

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6' 4" (1.93 m)

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