Acting for Action!
Saturday, September 9th from 10a-4p
Keith Brooks is an actor, director, and writer hailing from Atlanta, Georgia. A graduate of Berry College, The Juilliard School, and New York University, he has performed in well over 100 plays, countless films, and numerous television series. He is also a horror movie enthusiast, a Funko Pop collector, a diabetic, and has pet sharks.
Known primarily for his work on AMC’s The Walking Dead, he is an artist that continuously tries to push his own boundaries, tackle challenging roles, and bring new stories to life. Versatile in many different styles and techniques of acting, experienced as a stand-up comic and host, and efficient with nun chucks, Brooks attempts to bring new life into everything he does.
Co-owner of Bean Dip Productions, he has directed and produced several award winning shorts, and is currently wrapping production on his second directed feature film.
Trevor Garner is an Atlanta native with a passion for creativity and unicorns. He is an actor and voice actor with a background in martial art and stunts, and loves to bring that physicality to the characters that he plays. Always a big supporter in make-believe, Trevor approaches every role -- whether voice or face acting -- like a kid diving into a costume closet. Formerly a gymnastics coach, circus performer, and teacher at a school for children with special needs, Trevor currently spends his non-acting hours teaching martial art at The Welch Martial Art Experience in Sandy Springs. He is a competing Judoka at Miki Judo Club where he enjoys other club members regularly hitting him with a planet.
Trevor is Co-owner of Bean Dip Productions, has written and produced several award winning shorts, choreographed action in numerous short and feature films, and has won awards for both stunts and stunt coordination.
Bean Dip Productions
Bean Dip Productions is an independent production company founded in 2011 by Keith Brooks and Trevor Garner. The first film they released, a short fan film called Deadpool: A Typical Tuesday, has amassed over 28 million views worldwide, was acquired by Marvel Comics and adapted into seven comic books, and was referenced in both the Deadpool video game and the major motion picture starring Ryan Reynolds. Bean Dip Productions has written, directed, and produced several award winning shorts, three feature films, and were show runners for content on Stan Lee's World of Heroes. They were also given a PhD in Pocky by Ezaki Glico (no, seriously).