Rex Steven Sikes is a producer, director and professional SAG actor. He has been active in film and television since a teenager in Los Angeles. Rex has worked with lots of big names and small in film and television for 40 years.
Many people remember Rex, as Rodney, from the cult classic he costarred in “Massacre At Central High”. Some more recent feature films Sikes co-stars or stars in include “Horrid”, a horror feature released to DVD, “The Spade County Massacre” is due to come out soon. A comedy feature “Port of Call” and sci-fi movie “Broken Orbit” among others. Recently, he portrayed killer Mark Libecki in “Unusual Suspects: Blood Trail for Discovery Channel airing.
Rex works behind camera in a variety of positions (Producer, Line Producer, Production Manager, Director 1st AD) and serves as a consultant to productions. He has served as an acting coach in Los Angeles and is an on-set acting coach helping guide actors in creating their roles and performances.
He is one of the producers on the grizzly horror feature “The Spade County Massacre”, and the new horror comedy hit “Girls Gone Dead”. He is producing the upcoming feature “Serial Daters Anonymous”, a TV cooking show and he produced the TV pilot “Woody’s World” the first live action/animated motion capture situation comedy ever. Rex is currently directing a suspense thriller TV pilot “Serum”
Rex travels providing workshops for actor, speakers and film production. He is working on finishing his book on the business of film and writing a number of screenplays.
He is also the owner, publisher and host of Rex Sikes' Movie Beat "conversations with film makers".?Rex Sikes' Movie Beat is considered a "Master Class in Film & TV production" and is your source for "everything film and TV". Movie Beat features online audio interviews with professional filmmakers. All interviews are available on the website at http://www.rexsikes.com and as podcasts from itunes.