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The Comeback Kids is an official selection of the LA Independent Film Festival Awards! We are competing in the Web series/New Media Screenplay Short/Web series category. Here are the awards The Comeback Kids is nominated for: Best Web Series – The Comeback Kids Best Ensemble Cast – Richard Horvitz, Dean Chrysler …
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Richie and Gary are reunited at an autograph signing. Richie faces every actor’s ultimate challenge and is left heartbroken and depressed. The answer to his problem comes from an unexpected source. This episode features Gavin MacLeod, Scott Schwartz, Melissa Disney, Bernie Kopell, Erin Murphy, and Keith Coogan. Cast for …
Richard Horvitz plays Richie Eisenberg.
Richard Horvitz began acting professionally at the age of 10. As a child, he appeared in numerous stage productions. Among the most notable, the musical “Oliver!”, starring Dick Shawn and Stubby Kaye. Also as a child, Richard starred in numerous commercials and made many television guest appearances on such shows as Diff’rent Strokes (1978), Head of the Class (1986), You Can’t take it with you, Rags to Riches and many more. As an adult, Richard attended UCLA before leaving to star in the TBS original TV series Safe at Home (1986). In 1987, Richard starred along with Mark Harmon and Kirstie Alley in the Carl Reiner-directed film, Summer School (1987), for Paramount Studios. Most recently, Richard co-starred in the Warner Bros. film, The Informant! (2009) as Matt Damon’s attorney, “Bob Zaideman”. In 2011, Richard can be seen, alongside Steve Carell, in Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011). Other notable films include Race to Space (2001), The Legend of Galgameth (1996) for the Disney Channel and also the film Storm (1999), starring Martin Sheen. Richard also continues to make guest appearances on television, including numerous appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1992) and Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2003). Fans of animation will recognize many of Richard’s iconic characters, including “Zim” on Nickelodeon’s Invader ZIM (2001), “Billy” on Cartoon Networks’ The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy (2001) (“The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy”), “Dagget” on Nickelodeon’s The Angry Beavers (1997) and many more. Video game titles include, “Psychonauts”, “Destroy All Humans”, “Kinectimals”, “Metal Gear Solid 4” “Ratchet and Clank: Crack in Time” and many other games. Savvy viewers will also recognize Richard as the “Green Grapes” in the Fruit of the Loom commercials.
Ryan has written seven plays: Night Stories, Lost in Radioland, Lost in Radioland Christmas Spectacular, The World’s Worst Play, Ever, Desperately Seeking Love & What’s So Funny?, and Abstraction. All have been produced at different theatres in both Los Angeles and other markets across the country. They have been well recieved by audiences, and have gotten their fair share of great reviews.
Ryan Paul James is an American playwright to watch.
Ryan Paul James is also known for What If, The High Road, and Rewind.