Haskell Vaughn Anderson III
Haskell Vaughn Anderson III is a film, television, and theater actor. His first starring role was in the feature film BROTHERHOOD OF DEATH followed by the Jean Claude Van Damme hit KICKBOXER, which still enjoys international viewership as well as regular programmed dates on US television.
He recently starred as the lead character, Paul Ciprian, in the feature film 40 DAYS ROAD about a Catholic Churchman who journeys to war torn Darfur where he finds his faith by losing his religion. Other film credits include THIS CHRISTMAS, HALFWAY DECENT, TIME LAPSE, SALVATION, BOY and DOG, and AMERICAN MADE. Television guest starring roles include THE INSIDE, ER, GENERAL HOSPITAL, LA HEAT, STRONG MEDICINE, and others.
Haskell recently completed a very successful Off Broadway run of the new play JULIA after its initial run in Los Angeles at the Pacific Resident Theatre. Haskell created the role of Frank Malgado in the production. His theatrical performances have encompassed regional theatre as well as theatre abroad.