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Ritter, Huntley 1977-

Ritter, Huntley 1977-

PERSONAL

Full name, Huntley S. Ritter; born January 20, 1977, in Atlanta, GA. Avocational Interests: Hunting, other outdoor activities.

Addresses:

Office—Stafford Films, 17383 Sunset Blvd., Suite B 280, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272. Agent—Innovative Artists, 1505 10th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401.

Career:

Actor and producer. HatcH (an audiovisual festival), cofounder, Bozeman, MT; Stafford Films (a production company), Pacific Palisades, CA, principal; Nu Media Studios and Management (Nu Media Productions and New Media Productions), Beverly Hills, CA, cofounder.

Awards, Honors:

MTV Movie Award nomination (with others), best dance sequence in a motion picture, 2001, for the opening cheer of Bring It On.

CREDITS

Film Appearances:

Les, Bring It On (also known as American Girls, Cheer Fever, Cheers!, Girls United, and Jump), Universal, 2000.

Rusty Sankervich, Voodoo Academy, Full Moon Entertainment, 2000.

Groom, The Wedding Planner (also known as Wedding Planner—verliebt, verlobt, verplant), Columbia, 2001.

Cody, Wishcraft, Media Cooperation One (MC-One), 2002.

Himself, Actors Anonymous: The Truth behind the Dream (documentary), Ripple Effects Films, 2003.

Private first class Anderson, Last Stand (short film), 2003.

Brent, L.A. D.J., Enterprise Entertainment, 2004.

Brian Mehlman, The Genius Club, Eleven Arts/River Rain Productions, 2006.

Deputy Stu, Dark Heart, Imageworks Entertainment International, 2006.

Randy Linden, We Are Marshall (also known as Untitled Marshall University Football Project), Warner Bros., 2006.

Robert Humphries, September Dawn, Black Diamond Pictures/Slow Hand Releasing, 2006.

Trey Deonte, The Third Nail, Romar Entertainment/Worldwide Film Entertainment, 2008.

Some sources cite an appearance in Forgotten.

Film Work:

Producer, The Third Nail, Romar Entertainment/Worldwide Film Entertainment, 2008.

Worked on other projects.

Television Appearances; Series:

Bull, Redemption High, beginning 1999.

Himself, The Huntley Way, Versus (Vs.), beginning 2006.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Dave Farber, "Fag," Popular (also known as Suositut), The WB, 2001.

"Fear Games," The Nightmare Room, The WB, 2001.

Bobby Meyer, "The Extra Mile," Drive, Fox, 2007.

Television Work; Series:

Executive producer, The Huntley Way, Versus (Vs.), beginning 2006.

Television Work; Episodic:

Producer, The Pet Detective, Animal Planet, c. 2007.

Co-executive producer, Dollar Wise Fly, Versus (Vs.), 2008.

WRITINGS

Screenplays:

The Third Nail, Romar Entertainment/Worldwide Film Entertainment, 2008.

Author of other screenplays.

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