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James Serpento

James Serpento is a largely Midwestern performing artist and filmmaker, having been raised in Iowa, and educated at Iowa State University (Ames) and Indiana University (Bloomington). He credits such Midwestern institutions as Chicago Dramatists, the Bloomington Playwrights Project and the Iowa Scriptwriters Alliance with his development as a writer... See full bio »

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Haunting Villisca David Salt
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 2017 Burn (TV Series)
Leon Walsh
- Episode #1.3 (2017) ... Leon Walsh
- Episode #1.1 (2017) ... Leon Walsh
- Episode #1.2 (2017) ... Leon Walsh
 2017 Her Incurable Love (Short)
 2017/I Human Nature (Short)
 2017 Until Now (Short)
 2017 Play by Play (TV Series)
Doctor Nate
- Revenge of the Frosh (2017) ... Doctor Nate
 2017 Tunnels Above Ground (Short)
Daniel Taylor
 2016/I The Investigation (Short)
 2012 Spread (TV Movie)
 2010 Dead Awake
Detective Milano
 2010 Impulse (Short)
Business Man
 2010/I Ash
Sergeant Maher
 2009 16 to Life
Kate's Dad
 2007 The Final Season
Sam Rydell
 2006 Haunting Villisca
David Salt
 2005 Iowa
Gesture Man
 2004 On Account of Amber (Short)
 2003 The Next Table (Short)
 2003 Cutter
Mortimer Fisk
 1999 Whiteboyz
Party Cop
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Also works as a theatre director. Los Angeles productions include two with the Eclectic Company Theatre - "Two Gentlemen of Verona" (LA Times "Critics Choice") and "Landscape of the Body." Also directed "Once in a Lifetime" for the Pasadena Shakespeare Company, and a segment of "Random Acts of Shakespeare" by Theatre X. See more »

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