When a party bus on its way to Burning Man filled with a bunch of sexy young adults breaks down in the desert and in the middle of a group of Satanic worshipers, all hell breaks loose in Rolfe Kanefsky’s horror comedy, Party Bus To Hell.
A young man with Asperger’s Syndrome, under the shadow of his overprotective mother, wants to live independently. A tough-as-nails teen girl has a troubled, chaotic home life. Their unlikely friendship is tainted by outsiders’ suspicions and accusations.
Ben portrays Keri in Joseph Charafi’s Mark My Words, a 2016 Short film that takes a gritty look into the world of addiction and drugs through a young man trying to find his purpose. Mark My Words was written by Joseph Charafi and Mark Ditzler.
Come along and explore a home designed like no other, an inner theme park of adventures under the sea, on an African safari, under the Tuscan Sun, the Fall and Winter wilds of Colorado, soaring through fantastical realms where Dragons exist, and even across ranges of games and movie memorabilia galore! You’ll NEVER see a home like this one as created through the mindset of a youthful kid-at-heart with a wildly active imagination. Be inspired and maybe take some fun ideas on this exciting tour to build your own theme park home of magic and wonder!
This past February, Ben was interviewed by Las Vegas Review-Journal movie and TV critic, Christopher Lawrence, about Ben’s hopes to inspire with charity movie premieres for Vegas Voices, a weekly series featuring notable Las Vegans. This was the home tour shot before that interview, which you can learn more about here.
In February of this year, Ben was interviewed by Las Vegas Review-Journal movie and TV critic, Christopher Lawrence, about Ben’s hopes to inspire with charity movie premieres for Vegas Voices, a weekly series featuring notable Las Vegans. Below is an excerpt from that interview.
You moved to Vegas in 2002, and your first break was working in “Star Trek: The Experience.” What was that like?
At the time, “The Klingon Encounter” was going on, so the actors would play multiple roles, from Star Fleet to the janitor. … We were just living our dreams, being paid actors. That was my first real job as a paid actor.