Demo Reel (Merik Tadros - Actor Reel)

Title: Demo Reel (Merik Tadros - Actor Reel)
Description: Merik Tadros was born on April 15th 1983 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. After studying Theatre Arts and Cinema for one semester at the University of Iowa, he headed to Hollywood to study shortly at The Groundlings Theatre and then move on to the Stella Adler Academy of Acting's conservatory program. Adler Fest brought him to the Stage in one acts "On Time" and Woody Allen's "Death Knocks." He then went on to perform in the original play "Liberty Injustice" at The Lex Theatre in Hollywood, California.

Steven Spielberg's Munich was his first professional on screen acting role portraying "Tony the Cowboy." Television credits include: NCIS, 24, CSI Miami, E-Ring, & Notes From The Underbelly. Merik was seen in 2009 starring opposite Harrison Ford and Cliff Curtis in writer-director Wayne Kramer's film Crossing Over, as well as the two part NCIS pilot spin-off titled Legend for NCIS: Los Angeles.

His passion for filmmaking made its debut when Tadros wrote and directed his first short film The Bardo, which premiered September 28th 2007 at The New York International Independent Film and Video Festival. In January 2012 Merik wrote & directed his first feature length film titled Behind The Horror, a mockumentary dark comedy about the making of a horror film. The horror comedy was nominated for Best Film at Mockfest in 2012 as well as receiving an Honorable Mention. In 2013, Behind The Horror officially premiered at Atlantic City Cinefest, winning 3 awards. Best Comedy Horror Feature, Best Actor Horror Feature - Danny Myers & Best Writer Feature - Merik Tadros.

He is now in development to adapt his first graphic novel River Jordan to the screen. His company World Revealed Ink published the book, now exclusively distributed in North America by IPG. The English version debuted at Chicago's C2E2 in the spring of 2011. The Arabic version debuted at the first Middle East Film & Comic Con in Dubai April 20 & 21st 2012.
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