In 1991, I found out that a good friend, Marilyn Webber, that I went to high school with in Hawley Texas, had moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career as a screenwriter. She had written a short story that AFI was going to producer and she asked if I wanted to work on the film with her.

  The film was called LAST BREEZE OF SUMMER, the story of a African American girl who was one of the first to cross the segregation lines and attend a white school.

The film was based on true stories and set in Texas.



 received an 

OSCAR Nomination 

in 1992 

for Best Short film


Marilyn and I had lost touch when we attended different universities and it was great to be back in touch with her. We had a awesome time making this film and sharing our passion for filmmaking. Even though I had been an actor for years, this was the first time that I had worked behind the scenes and I knew that this was something I wanted to do for the rest of my life.

Who knew that it would do so well and end up getting an oscar nomination.  I learned to ALWAYS take a CREDIT. You never know!!!! 


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