|Born||New York City, New York, U.S.|
Actor, filmmaker, director, screenwriter
|📆 Years active||1997–present|
Sean Fredricks is an American filmmaker, writer, director and actor.
Sean Fredricks was born in New York City to opera singer Richard Fredricks and actress Sandra Holley. He grew up acting in TV, film, and on Broadway. He was also a model for the Ford Modeling Agency.
Fredricks made his off-Broadway debut at the Roundabout Theatre Company in All My Sons (1997), directed by Barry Edelstein and starring Michael Hayden and John Cullum, which was nominated for a Drama Desk Award and won a Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Revival. He next appeared at the Classic Stage Company in Waiting for Godot (1998), directed by Andrei Belgrader and starring Christopher Lloyd, John Turturro, and Tony Shalhoub.
While at Harvard, Fredricks directed, produced, or acted in 17 productions as part of the Harvard Radcliffe Dramatic Club, the American Repertory Theater, and the Hasty Pudding Theatricals.    
In 2018, he founded Mad Rogue Films, a management-production studio specializing in proof-of-concept short films. He co-wrote and directed Mad Rogue’s first short film Cannonball (2019).
|2002||The Emperor's Club||No||No||Yes||Mr. Harris|
|2019||Edmonton International Film Festival||Best Comedy Short||Won|
|USA Film Festival||Best Short Film||Finalist|
|Vail Film Festival||Best Short Film||Won|
|Santa Monica Film Festival||Best Short Film||Won|
|Writing (Original Screenplay)||Nominated|
|Best of Festival||Nominated|
|Manhattan Film Festival||Best Crime Comedy||Won|
|FirstGlance Film Fest Hollywood||Audience Award - Best Short Film||Won|
|SoHo International Film Festival||Audience Award - Best Short Film||Won|
|Festival of Cinema NYC||Best Screenplay||Nominated|
|Atlanta Comedy Film Festival||Best Dark Comedy Film||Nominated|
|2020||Black Hills Film Festival||Jury Prize - Best Short Narrative||Won|
Cannonball was also an official selection at the San Diego International Film Festival, the Taormina Film Fest, the Bahamas International Film Festival, the Oaxaca FilmFest, and the Indy Film Fest.
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- Natasha M. Platt (December 4, 2005). "Hilarity Reveals Human Truths". The Harvard Crimson. Retrieved June 20, 2020.
- April B. Wang (February 27, 2006). "'Yacht Hits the Spot'". The Harvard Crimson. Retrieved June 20, 2020.
- "Awards". IMDb. Retrieved on June 22, 2020.
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