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    Scott H. Reiniger

    9/5/1948

    Scott H. Reiniger

    Biography

    Scott H. Reiniger, born in New York City, holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theater Arts majoring in Acting/Directing at Rollins College in Florida. Following graduation from college. Reiniger went back to New York to train professionally at The American Stanislavsky Theatre for three years and subsequently at The American Conservatory Theater (ACT) in San Francisco and Circle Repertory in New York. As an actor, he worked on stage continuously and then moved to directing and developing new plays and continues to do so. He starred as 'Roger' in George A. Romero's original film classic, "Dawn of the Dead" and performed roles in Film and Television. He also appeared as the 'Army General' in the 2004 remake of "Dawn of the Dead" directed by Zach Schneider. As Director, he has worked with hundreds of actors and performers including Ryan Phillippe, Bruce Davison, Jean Smart, Jonathan Silverman, Warren Beatty, Annette Bening, Dan Ackroyd, Tom Selleck, Lee Grant, Ed Asner, Holland Taylor and Bill Macy. With over 20 professional stage productions in Los Angeles, New York, and major Regional LORT theaters throughout the country. Reiniger has also worked extensively with playwrights developing and directing numerous new works and moving them into production including the Pulitzer Prize Winner, "The Kentucky Cycle", by Robert Schenkkan and with screenwriters. He then studied Film and Television Production and Cinematography at the University of California's (UCLA) Certificate Program, The Sony Institute and Screenwriting at Truby's Writers Studio in Los Angeles. He is Head of the Camera Department at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles and continues to develop and write new work. In 2004 Reiniger discovered that he's the great, great, great-grandson of Josiah Harlan, who was the first American to set foot in Afghanistan. This in turn makes Scott Reiniger the prince of the Western province of Ghor. Wow. That was a shock and a surprise.

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