For actor Dana Abraham, it was a challenging role to get into the psychological headspace of a tormented tech wiz in Neon Lights.
Written by and starred with Abraham, the film focuses on a tech company founder who took a family reunion of misfit siblings and their offspring to an off-grid location. However, one by one the guests begin to disappear.
The film also stars Brenna Coates (Coroner), Brit MacRae (The Eden Theory), Stephen Tracey (Good Sam), Rene Escobar, Jr. (Air Crash Investigation), Erika Swayze (Workin’ Moms), Lauren Howe (Reacher), and Kim Coates (Sons of Anarchy).
Rouzbeh Heydari (Together Again) directed the film.
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LRM Online’s Gig Patta spoke with actor and writer Dana Abraham on his riveting role.
Dana Abraham launched his career with the short film Prisoner of Fear, which screened in film festivals around the world including Johannesburg, South Africa, HBO’s film festival in New York City, and Toronto. He appeared in the CBS series Good Sam which starred Sophia Bush and Jason Isaac, in the role of Darius Evans. He is currently in production as a star for Rerouted and later adapting Edgar Allan Poe’s Black Cat story into a full-length feature film. Also, he produced and starred as Dr. J. Perez in the psychological thriller Maternal.
Neon Lights is available On Demand and digitally today.
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