Is there anything a woman can say to a horny man to make him say "NO THANK U" ?
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Written by: Page Kennedy
Director: Page Kennedy
Executive Producer: Mickey Meyer
Producer: Patrick Pope
Production Coordinator: George T. Kimmel IV
DP: Jon Na
Gaffer: Arthur Hong
Grip: Tyler Carey
AD/Sound: Tremain Hayhoe
Most commonly known for his portrayal as the charismatic drug dealer "U-Turn" on the Emmy- nominated comedy series WEEDS, actor and music artist PAGE KENNEDY returns to the small screen in the acclaimed Spike TV comedy, BLUE MOUNTAIN STATE. Based on the hardships of scoring in college-whether on the field or in the bedroom, the show revolves around a tight-knit group of college football players at Blue Mountain State as they balance personal conquests with championship goal. Scoring critical acclaim amongst audiences worldwide, the show has quickly become one of TV's guiltiest pleasures. In June 2010, Page signed on to join the cast in its second season as "Radon Randell," an egotistical talent recruit who never ceases to outdo himself.
Hailing from Detroit, MI Page lived in Los Angeles with his mother until he was six years-old, and then returned to live with his father in his Michigan hometown. Following the death of his father when he was just 16 years-old, Page found himself on his own, but driven to fulfill his father's dream, that his only son would receive a college education. As a student at Western Michigan University (WMU), Page was introduced to the worlds of Shakespeare and theater. With the guidance of a mentor, Page grew to embrace Shakespeare with open arms and mastered the fine art of Shakespearean prose with ease and grace. Page's dedication and hard work paid off when following an outstanding performance at WMU, Page caused a bidding war among 17 leading graduate theater programs. He chose the University of Delaware where he would be provided the opportunity to spend more time concentrating on Shakespeare.
After seven months of intense training in Delaware, Page returned to Los Angeles with a headshot and a dream. Although doors did not immediately open, Page was persistent. In 2001, he snuck onto the Sony Studios lot dressed as a messenger in order to deliver his headshot and resume -- he ended up landing the role of "Roger" on CBS's THE KENNEDYS. After getting the attention of casting directors all across town, Page began to co-star on other numerous hit TV series. Some of his most notable appearances include CSI, JUSTIFIED, RAISING THE BAR, SIX FEET UNDER, BOSTON LEGAL, NYPD BLUE, MEDICAL INVESTIGATION, BONES, COLD CASE, PHILLY, BLIND JUSTICE, PEPPER DENNIS and was even a regular on DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES. He has had recurring roles on THE SHIELD, MY NAME IS EARL and BARBERSHOP.
In 2003, Page made his feature film debut opposite Coline Farrell, Samuel L. Jackson and Jeremy Renner as the villainous "Travis Shipley" in S.W.A.T. Later that year, he also delivered a memorable performance in LEPRECHAUN: BACK IN DA HOOD, and in 2005, he starred as "Twizzie" opposite Usher in the Lionsgate release, IN THE MIX, and as "CW" in SHACKLES. Page is most well accredited for his role in the urban street drama, 4 LIFE in 2007 in addition to his 2009 role starring as Craig in the comedy SEE DICK RUN alongside Kel Mitchell and Todd Bridges. In 2009, Page made a hilarious appearance in the Wayne's Brothers dance spoof DANCE FLICK.
Page currently resides in Los Angeles and spends his free time working out, playing basketball, or in a studio writing rhymes.