Actor Raul Phoenix is fast becoming one of the entertainment industry talents to keep an eye on. Phoenix has been enjoying recent great success as not only an actor, but also as writer/producer/director. After taking his recent film “Honest Lies” from pre-production through post production in eleven weeks releasing on May 15, 2017, Phoenix has already seen his 21 minute short garner eight awards. The accolades include Los Angeles Film Awards – Honorable Mention: Comedy, Festigious International Film Festival – Honorable Mention: First Time Director & Best Short, Hollywood Film Competition – Best Actor Silver Award & Best Short Silver Award, LA Shorts Awards – Best Actor Platinum Award & Award of Merit, and Mindfield Los Angeles Film Awards – Best Narrative Silver Award. “Honest Lies” is a larger-than-life comedy where Jason (Phoenix) does the unimaginable behind his girlfriend Jazmine’s back, and his journey unfolds beyond his current stimulating mental line of thinking.
Raul Phoenix, who was raised in Corcoran, California, came to Los Angeles in 2005. He began his pursuit of an acting career by performing on-stage in theatre productions such as “Footloose” and the “Breakfast Club”. Phoenix worked as a model and walked the runway at fashion shows, did character work for Android Apps, and appeared in commercials for companies such as T-Mobile. In 2014, Phoenix was cast in the Wiseau-Films television series “The Neighbors” playing the role of Tim. The show was released on Hulu Plus beginning on March 14, 2015. Raul Phoenix has been collaborating with Tommy Wiseau and Wiseau-Films for several years, experience that has allowed Phoenix to complete production on “Honest Lies” in a professional and concise manner.
Additional credits for Raul Phoenix include playing the role of Bird on the television series “#30Nods”, associate producer on the feature film “Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance”, actor/producer/writer on the short film “Medicated Love”, producer on the comedy series “Without a Man”, and playing the role of Jacob in the short film “One Exit”, among others. Next up for Phoenix is playing the role of Arron in the film “The Color Pink”. The project will be directed/written by Derek Rodarte.
Raul Phoenix is currently available for theatrical and commercial representation in Los Angeles.