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Eric Bendross in Investigation Discovery's
I (Almost) Got Away With It (Got to Be MacGuyver)
as "Constable Tommy Jordan"
"...didn't yo' mama ever teach you not to lie to the police?!"
Get To Know Eric Bendross | SF Top Models & Talent Agency's Actor/Print Model
Talent/Producer/Writer and C.O.O.
of T.I.M.E.R.S. "A Motion Picture & Music Production Company", Inc
iLOOKUSA Magazine Model/Correspondent
Multi-talented and driven; Eric Bendross is an exceptional American actor, commercial print model, recording artist (singer) and writer. His most recent labor of love is T.I.M.E.R.S. "A Motion Picture & Music Production Company" Inc's debut feature film entitled "LUV-ME", of which Eric is co-writer, co-producing and will also star as "Gary Morris", a mentally disturbed, narcissist. The film is slated for theatrical release during 2015. Another active role Eric currently enjoys is that of an iLOOKUSA Magazine bonded model and correspondent. What's more, Mr. Bendross can be seen delivering a true-to-life performance as infamous boxing promoter "Don King" in Blue Shade Films' "The Death of Boxing" short film; shot on location in Las Vegas. Originally from Miami, Florida but currently residing in California, Eric has appeared in numerous independent films, student and television productions including Wives With Knives (2015), Sex Sent Me To The Slammer (2015), I (Almost) Got Away With It (2014) and South Beach Tow (2012). He wrote, co-produced and recorded a number of his own tunes independently: "A Book On U" and "(I'll) Never Do It Again" just to name a few. In 2013, Eric then co-produced/co-wrote and was also the featured singer on "Believe In Me" with rapper/ lyricist: Blue Money. In 2011 he co-wrote "MYSFITS: We've Suffered Enough" and also co-wrote & co-starred in "Never Get Married" (2009) and "What's A Friend the Ultimate Betrayal" (2009); independent films produced in South Florida. He portrayed undercover Det. Ben Guerrero in the 2005 documentary: "Miami Noir: The Arthur E. Teele Story". Bendross also portrayed Papa Ge in AAPACT's first musical: "Once On This Island" in 2004 and Deity in their stage play reading of Tarell McCraney's "WIG OUT!" (2009). He was a featured extra; appearing on the BIG screen in Universal Pictures' 2003 blockbuster hit: "2Fast 2Furious" starring the late Paul Walker and Tyrese Gibson. This young man loves acting in film/television, writing and making great music. He will continue to make strides toward taking his career to even higher heights.
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