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Michael Winslow stars in
A VETERAN AFFAIR
Veteran Actor and stand-up comedian, Michael Winslow, returns to the big screen in this short film about two Vietnam War veterans who are dealing with their war experience in very different ways.
Michael Winslow began his comedy career when the producers of the first Police Academy movie saw his comedy act and asked him to be a part of their project. That movie led to an invitation from Mel Brooks to be a part of the film SPACE BALLS. He was also featured in all of the other POLICE ACADEMY movies and starred in the short-lived television series by the same title.
Michael's voice-over work includes the movie GREMLINS. During the past several years, he has traveled world wide doing his stand-up comedy routine. See his complete biography at http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0935498/.
In the movie A VETERAN AFFAIR, Michael plays the role of William, a Vietnam War veteran who was paralyzed both physically and mentally. As the movie opens, William is a patient in the Veterans Administration Hospital for ongoing treatment. While there, his old war buddy and best friend, Ted (played by Bob Carter), comes to visit him. On this day, they play their usual game of chess. But this time they also play a mental game of what does it mean to really live.
A VETERAN AFFAIR was written and directed by Herb Sennett (http://www.herbsennett.com). This movie is a co-production of Creative Illusions Films and the Palm Beach Film School.