Dennis R.D. Mascarenas

Dennis R.D. Mascarenas



Dennis R.D. Mascarenas is an American actor, producer, and director. He was born in Santa Fe, New Mexico and raised in the nearby town of Las Vegas. He began his career as a child actor, appearing in various commercials and television shows. After attending high school in Las Vegas, he attended the University of New Mexico where he studied theatre.

Mascarenas made his feature film debut in the independent drama, "The Aftermath" in 2000. He went on to appear in several other independent films, including the comedy "Big Time" and the horror film "The Possession". He has also guest-starred in various television shows, such as "Seinfeld", "Friends", "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit", and "CSI: Miami".

In 2005, Mascarenas made his feature film directorial debut with the comedy "The Pigeon Man". He followed this up with the horror film "The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb" and the comedy "The Way You Move". In 2008, he wrote and directed the crime drama "The Long Way Home", which starred Dermot Mulroney and Rachel McAdams.

In 2009, Mascarenas wrote, directed, and produced the psychological thriller "House of the Dead". He has since gone on to write and direct two more films, "The Remaining" and "The Eternal", both of which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Mascarenas has also served as an executive producer on a number of projects, including the horror film "The Girl in the Photographs" and the comedy "The Last Stand". He is currently working on a new feature film, "The Night Before", which he also wrote and will direct.

Throughout his career, Mascarenas has earned numerous awards and nominations, including a Saturn Award nomination for "The Pigeon Man" and a Best Director nomination from the Tribeca Film Festival for "The Eternal". He continues to work as an actor, producer, and director, and is currently in development on several new projects.

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