Lenny Clarke played the role of Lenny in "Bluff." Mr. Clarke was a continuing performer on the ABC sitcom "IT'S ALL RELATIVE" and the critically acclaimed "THE JOB". In the 90s, he was a regular on "THE JOHN LAROQUETTE SHOW." He has appeared frequently in the FX Network, Denis Leary creation, "RESCUE ME." He has appeared in such films as "THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY","STUCK ON YOU" "ROUNDERS", "MONUMENT AVENUE," "TWO IF BY SEA," "SOUTHIE," "WAITING FOR WALLY SPARKS." Mr. Clarke has also appeared in a number comedy specials on HBO, SHOWTIME and COMEDY CENTRAL. Mr. Clarke also hosted "SUNDAY NIGHT WITH THE COMICS" on the FOX Network.
George MacDonald played the role of Charles in "Bluff." Mr. MacDonald appeared as a principal in Denis Leary's (Apostle Pictures/20th Century Fox) "MONUMENT AVENUE," and "CELTIC PRIDE, and the critically acclaimed "THE CRUCIBLE." He also acted in "URBAN RELICS," another independent film shot in Boston. Mr. MacDonald has worked as a stand up comic nationwide and has been seen on the A&E Network in, Comics Come Home III and Comedy On The Road.
Kenny Rogerson Rogerson is a nationally known comic and appeared in "THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY." He has also appeared in a number of comedy specials on COMEDY CENTRAL.
Doug Marsden played the role of Dan in "Bluff." Mr. Marsden has been working on stage in New York and New England for the past several years, appearing in such productions as Dracula in the title role, as well as "Jerry" in "The Zoo Story" and The Narrator in "Blood Brothers" to name a few. He also has appeared in a number of Independent films such as "FALLEN ANGELS", "THE DEBOCCI BROTHERS" and "STARVING ARTIST."
Stephen Benson played the role of Malcolm in "Bluff." Mr. Benson has acted with theater companies from California to Virginia, performing major roles in "Dealer's Choice" (an award-winning play about poker players), "Amadeus", "Oleanna", "Burn This",and "Waiting for Godot". He has taught acting at several New England colleges and currently teaches at Tufts University. With his wife, director/writer Meg Benson, he has directed many college theater productions, including "Macbeth", "Crimes of the Heart", and "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof". While he has performed in several films and video commercial productions, "BLUFF" marks his debut in a major role in feature films.
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