Leon Acord is an award-winning actor who has appeared in over 35 films you've never seen and 30 plays you've never heard of. Possible exceptions include the digital TV series Old Dogs & New Tricks on Amazon Prime Video (which he created, wrote & co-produced), and the stage hit Carved in Stone (in which he played Quentin Crisp in both SF and LA productions). His 2020 memoir, SUB-LEBRITY: The Queer Life of a Show-Biz Footnote, is now available in paperback & e-book on Amazon, and arrives soon in audio book. He wrote his one-man show Last Sunday in June (1996) and co-authored the 2014 play Setting the Record Gay. He was a "Take Five" columnist for Back Stage West throughout 2009 and a former contributor to Huffington Post. He has also written for San Francisco Examiner and the journal Human Prospect. He currently lives in West LA with husband Laurence Whiting & their cat Toby.
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Old Dogs & New Tricks Reunion!
Leon Acord Demo Reel (2020)
SUB-LEBRITY Leon Acord on THE QUEER LIFE OF A SHOW-BIZ FOOT NOTE
SUB-LEBRITY Interview with Author/Actor Leon Acord
Almost-Live Reading #5 'You're Nobody 'til Somebody Hates You!'
Almost-Live Reading #4 'Foolish Mistakes & Healthy Doses of Rejection' from SUB-LEBRITY
"Too Gay? Or Not Too Gay?" from SUB-LEBRITY
'Everything I Know, I Learned from TV' from SUB-LEBRITY
'Leon Who?' from SUB-LEBRITY
Old Dogs & New Tricks 1.1 "Pilot"
aWake - Chapman University Student Short Film
Deer Season - 2005 - USC 480 Thesis Film
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