Terry is proud to announce one of his Devil’s Five partners will be joining him as one of the filmmakers seen in Edwin M. Figueroa’s upcoming “Choke.” The producer explains, “I’ve known George since I’d guess 2008, when the softball team I was playing on got our butts handed to us by the team he was playing on during the regular season. What I remember is that he was wearing a New York Yankees jersey and crushed home runs against us. But we ultimately got the last laugh when we met up with his powerhouse team in the Championship 3-game series. His team won the first game, but then we somehow came back to beat them the next two games to win it all.”
As seen in the picture above, George has already played the role of a pimp named “Mr. Jingles” in The Devil’s Five. Wickham says, “So I told George he’s going to have to alter his appearance in “Choke”, so he’s not so recognizable. It’s just going to be cool to be onscreen with one of my Devil’s Five brothers. Plus it should be a lot of fun to have our other Devil’s Five teammate Edwin direct us. But more importantly, we are doing something help Edwin finish his film, which will bring us closer to getting Devil’s Five out to the world to see.”
George Brianka – Bio
As Entrepreneur, Creative Director, Writer, Director, and Musician, George wears many hats.
George has been in the advertising business for over 15 years and is currently President of Cool Creative LLC, in which he created and launched the award-winning iPhone app, “iPee Address”. It has consistently stayed in the Top 100 Paid Apps in the Apple iTunes Store in the Travel Category and was entered in the 2013 Cannes International Advertising Festival, as well as been featuring on 1010 WINS Radio for App of The Week.
George wrote and directed a horror screenplay based on a satanic ritual murder that actually happened in his hometown of Northport, Long Island. This short, entitled, “Don’t Say These Words” is part of a larger feature, “Devil’s Five”. It pays homage to Stephen King, Sam Raimi, Takashi Miike and all of George’s favorite horror influences growing up in the 80’s. George also wrote and recorded all the music for his horror short.
George’s sometimes controversial style has got him mentioned in periodicals ranging from Adweek, to the New York Post Page Six editorial column. He was also awarded praise from Tipper Gore for his pubic service work for the National Mental Health Awareness Campaign. He was a judge at the 2000/2001 New York Festivals International Advertising Awards for Print Advertising and the International Television & Cinema Advertising Competition, and has won several awards, including Gold at CAMA. George also plays guitar is a member of NESMA – The North East Surf Music Alliance. His stage name is Coolcat and he’s HUGE in Japan.