If you’re into horror flicks, then you’ll definitely want to remember the name Paul S. Tracey. This rising actor has emerged in two frightening films, the newly released Peter Jakl cannibalism tale “Ghoul” and the experimental indie “Expressway to Your Skull,” screening on the festival circuit.
I recently caught up with Paul S. Tracey to find out more about bringing the fear on these scary projects.
First, tell us about your role in the new cannibalistic horror film “Ghoul.”
Actor Charlz Williams helps shed some light on black on black discrimination in the new dramatic short “Throw the Dog a Bone.”
The film is screening on February 14th & 16 as part of the Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles and I recently caught up with Charlz to find out more.
Tell us about your role in “Throw the Dog a Bone.”
CHARLZ: I play the role of a college professor at an Ivy League institution who has been assigned as the faculty adviser to a your African-American coed who is being accused of cheating to gain admission into...