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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cinematography (feature film)

1.
Whisperkill (1988)
A sleepy California town besieged by a killer's spine-chilling telephone threats that put the lives of two lovers in jeopardy and lead to multiple murders.
2.
Kansas (1988) as 2nd Assistant Camera
Two young men rob a bank, yet one is truly good and the other truly bad.

Music (feature film)

3.
No Regrets (2004)
Two couples, best friends in college in 1970, lose touch after an infidelity leads to each marrying the opposite lover. Eighteen years later, the once-jilted boyfriend looks up his old flame resulting in the two couples reuniting to explore past mistakes, hard decisions and whether they married the
4.
No Regrets (2004)
Two couples, best friends in college in 1970, lose touch after an infidelity leads to each marrying the opposite lover. Eighteen years later, the once-jilted boyfriend looks up his old flame resulting in the two couples reuniting to explore past mistakes, hard decisions and whether they married the
5.
Transformers - The Movie (1986) as Song ("Nothin'S Gonna Stand In Our Way")
The heroic Autobots and the evil Decepticons are two factions of transforming robots who are fighting a war on the planet Cybertron. Further complicating matters is the giant planet Unicron, which can consume anything in its path. Unicron must be stopped and the Autobots possess the only thing that
6.
Slapstick Of Another Kind (1984) as Song Performer ("Puttin' Our Heads Together")
7.
8.
Staying Alive (1983) as Song ("(We Dance) So Close To The Fire")
Sequel to "Saturday Night Fever." Tony Manero strikes out for the bright lights of Broadway.
9.
Up The Creek (1983) as Song ("Up The Creek")
10.
Nutcracker Fantasy (1979) as Lyrics ("Dance Of The Dolls" "Empty Heart" "In Your Heart Of Hearts" "Click Clock Fantasy")
11.
Nutcracker Fantasy (1979) as Song Performer ("Dance Of The Dolls" "Empty Heart")
12.
Tilt (1979) as Song Performer ("You Really Didn'T Have To Do It" "Don'T Let The Rain Get To You")
Tilt is the story of a young girl (Tilt (Brenda Louise Davenport)), who is a pinball machine wizard. Because she does not get on with her parents, Tilt is contemplating running away from home, and skipping school one day she decides to go to Mickey's Bar. Mickey, who is Tilt's good friend, helps her set up a gambler for a pinball game. Because the gambler is unaware of Tilt's pinball wizardry, he is easily hustled out of his money. While watching the confrontation, a young man (Neil Gallagher), who is a potential country and western singer and who has tried to hustle and cheat the pinball champion (Harold "The Whale" Remmens), is impressed with Tilt's ability, congratulating her after the win. Because Neil Gallagher has to raise money to make a demo tape of his songs, he has an idea of taking Tilt with him and having her hustle would-be gamblers. Neil invites Tilt to watch him sing at a rock concert, and after seeing him sing, she believes that he can become a great singer. Henry Bertolino, Neil's manager, thinks his plan is a bad idea and they have a dispute resulting in Henry abandoning Neil. Neil Gallagher then explains his story to Tilt, telling her that they will have a contract between them, and because she was already considering leaving home, she decides to go with Neil. But Tilt is unaware that she will eventually be playing Harold "The Whale" Remmens.
13.
Tilt (1979) as Song
Tilt is the story of a young girl (Tilt (Brenda Louise Davenport)), who is a pinball machine wizard. Because she does not get on with her parents, Tilt is contemplating running away from home, and skipping school one day she decides to go to Mickey's Bar. Mickey, who is Tilt's good friend, helps her set up a gambler for a pinball game. Because the gambler is unaware of Tilt's pinball wizardry, he is easily hustled out of his money. While watching the confrontation, a young man (Neil Gallagher), who is a potential country and western singer and who has tried to hustle and cheat the pinball champion (Harold "The Whale" Remmens), is impressed with Tilt's ability, congratulating her after the win. Because Neil Gallagher has to raise money to make a demo tape of his songs, he has an idea of taking Tilt with him and having her hustle would-be gamblers. Neil invites Tilt to watch him sing at a rock concert, and after seeing him sing, she believes that he can become a great singer. Henry Bertolino, Neil's manager, thinks his plan is a bad idea and they have a dispute resulting in Henry abandoning Neil. Neil Gallagher then explains his story to Tilt, telling her that they will have a contract between them, and because she was already considering leaving home, she decides to go with Neil. But Tilt is unaware that she will eventually be playing Harold "The Whale" Remmens.

Stunts (feature film)

14.
Teen Witch (1989) as Stunt Coordinator Assistant
On her 16th birthday, a girl gains witch-like magical powers.

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