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Talbot was born in the Bronx. He went to to James Monroe H.S. He quit H.S. at 16 and went to work and at the age of 17 he joined the U.S. Navy Talbot studied at the Lee Strasberg Institute in Hollywood. He started acting in California not New York. In 1972 he began studying acting at Orange Coast College, in Costa Mesa CA. He later studied with Pat Randall at the Lee Strasberg Institute and again with Pat at the Inner Circle Actor's Theatre. He later studied with Vera Vlassova of the Moscow Art Theatre. Talbot has seven awards for his acting for his work in film and on stage for both drama and comedy, and has now received 6 more awards for his first feature film, "Still the Drums": Best Movie, Best Directorial Debut, Best Screenplay, Best Actor and Best New Song, "Nobody's Fault But Mine the P.T.S.D. Blues". His latest screenplay "Planes" won a top award for feature film screenplay at the 2011 Los Angeles Screenwriting Competition (his second screen-writing award). Talbot also received an award for Directorial Debut for a short film that he produced and directed, giving him a total of 7 acting awards, 2 producing awards, 2 directing awards, 2 screen-writing awards and 1 award for composing.

Talbot was recognized on January 26, 2012 as the Guinness World Records® holder. The actual record is: "The most film festival awards won in different categories by an individual for one motion picture is five, achieved by Talbot Perry Simons (USA) who was recognized separately as Producer, Director, Writer, Actor, Composer for Still The Drums (2009).

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Talbot

Talbot was recognized on January 26, 2012 as the Guinness World Records® holder. The actual record is: "The most film festival awards won in different categories by an individual for one motion picture is five, achieved by Talbot Perry Simons (USA) who was recognized separately as Producer, Director, Writer, Actor, Composer for Still The Drums (2009). Talbot was born in the Bronx. He went to to James Monroe H.S. He quit H.S. at 16 and went to work and at the age of 17 he joined the U.S. Navy Talbot studied at the Lee Strasberg Institute in Hollywood. He started acting in California not New York. In 1972 he began studying acting at Orange Coast College, in Costa Mesa CA. He later studied with Pat Randall at the Lee Strasberg Institute and again with Pat at the Inner Circle Actor's Theater. He later studied with Vera Vlassova of the Moscow Art Theater. Talbot has seven awards for his acting for his work in film and on stage for both drama and comedy, and has now received 6 more awards for his first feature film, "Still the Drums": Best Movie, Best Directorial Debut, Best Screenplay, Best Actor and Best New Song, "Nobody's Fault But Mine the P.T.S.D. Blues". His latest screenplay "Planes" won a top award for feature film screenplay at the 2011 Los Angeles Screenwriting Competition (his second screen-writing award). Talbot also received an award for Directorial Debut for a short film that he produced and directed, giving him a total of 7 acting awards, 2 producing awards, 2 directing awards, 2 screen-writing awards and 1 award for composing. Following the same successful formula of marching to his own drum, as of September 1, 2017 Talbot has started a new production company Story Avenue, LLC and has begun preproduction for his next feature film with his award winning screenplay The Gangster Zone, winner of the top award for feature film screenplay at the 2011 Los Angeles Screenplay Competition. By: Talbot

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Talbot

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