D.L. White is an award winning filmmaker who has worked in the film and television industry for nearly 20 years. Starting his career in film and television post production, he has since worked on dozens of network television shows, including Frasier, Seinfeld, Reba, CSI: Miami and Heroes as well as hundreds of films from studios such as Paramount, MGM, Sony, Warner Bros. and Disney.
In 2004, D.L. White began studying acting at The Sanford Meisner Center in Los Angeles, CA where he graduated from the two year professional acting program in 2006. Upon graduation, he wrote and directed several short films and a feature length film in 2010. The feature, titled The Middle of the Middle opened in New York City in November of 2010 and was nominated for several awards, eventually winning Best Feature in Los Angeles.
Additionally, Mr. White has taught several film classes at Columbia College of Hollywood and has lectured extensively on many film related subjects, including film finance and distribution, theatrical film production and post production for film and television. He has also written several books and dozens of articles on the subject of acting. His unique expertise in both the creative aspects of acting as well as the practical requirements of film and television production gives his readers a genuine "behind the scenes" view of the job of the professional actor or actress.
D.L. White is currently writing his second feature film, which will be shot in 2011.
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