NEW YORK - March 9, 2023 - PRLog -- You've seen him in the teen cult classic "Night of the Creeps" and watched him die in the arms of Cheryl Ladd in Danielle Steel's "Crossings." Now Actor Russell Moss has his place on the internet. Ton-Up, Inc in conjunction with Golden Ticket Productions, is pleased to announce the launch of russellwmoss.com, which celebrates a career that spans almost forty years and includes film, television, theatre, and music. Russell Moss' career began at 16 when he landed the lead in a Christmas Horror Movie called "Here Comes Santa Claus."
Since then, he has forged a career on his terms, appearing in national commercials for Pepsi, Roy Rodgers Restaurants, and regional ads for Disney's Queen Mary and Southern California Edison. He has appeared in numerous theatrical productions including Occidental College Summer Repertory's productions of "Romeo and Juliet" and George Bernard Shaw's "Candida."
His show, "Hollywood Serenade," created with Artistic Director Randy J. Clifton. was an authentic recreation of a 1940's Radio Show and had extended runs in Las Vegas, Laughlin NV. and Branson MO. Additional credits to his name include Deputy Tate in the musical "Sagebrush" starring Hoyt Axton and Ruth Buzzi.
Russell is also the co-owner of the "BC Supper Club - Boggstown Cabaret," a top tourist destination in Boggstown, Indiana. Russell has performed over 2500 shows at the venue and with his business partner, Brad Zumwalt, has produced numerous theatrical productions, including the hit musical "Platinum Girls." An original 'Concept' Album was released on Broadway Records in 2020, featuring Broadway stars Beth Leavel, Brenda Braxton, and Debbie Gravitt.
Other productions include a series of "comedic musical" "Murder Mysteries," the hit Christmas show "Believe – A Brown County Christmas," a mainstay at the famous Brown County Playhouse for over ten years. An album of Russell's one man show – "Ol' Blue Eyes," the music of Frank Sinatra is planned for release in the near future.
Russell Moss is represented by Sue Winik and Margaret Emory of SW Artists (SWA).
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