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Sam Platizky is an award winning, SAG-AFTRA eligible actor, writer, and producer. Sam started acting in 1997 in a Community Theatre production of "Oliver!" Since then, he hasn't stopped. He studied theatre under Shia Saltzman in High School, and then continued his theatrical education first at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, and later at New Jersey City University under the direction of Anderson Johnson, Dominic Buccafusco, and Adria Firestone. Since then, Sam has gone on to appear in Off Broadway & Off-Off Broadway plays and independent films.
His NYC Theatre credits include: "Something Wicked," "American Games," "The Funeral Director's Wife," and "The Lord of the Flies."
In 2010, Sam founded Narrow Bridge Films to produce films, short films, and webseries including: Blaming George Romero, Red Scare, Toilet Prayers, Blackout, Tell Me Something Good, Lost and Found, Devil You Know, Rex Steel and the PC Officer, Cabin of Errors, and Yellow Scare.
Sam is also a proud founding member of the Brazen Giant Ensemble, which was created in 2018 by Bill Sorvino & Christian Keiber.