Sam Feuer is an accomplished actor and award-winning filmmaker. Known to his friends and colleagues as a walking IMDB, he spent his adolescent years in Israel studying all films and has already collaborated with such greats as Steven Spielberg, Will Smith, Adam Sandler, Kathleen Kennedy, David M. Thompson, Mace Neufeld, BBC Films and the late Michael Jackson. Upon graduating with honors from Hunter College, Sam moved to Hollywood to pursue his career in film. He partnered up with Sixth Sense Productions, where he heads the development and production. His biggest accomplishment to date is producing THE FIRST GRADER from an article he found on the front page of the LA Times.
Sam believes that a good, inspiring story well told could truly make a difference in how one sees the world. Whether it is a feature film, documentary or other form of media, Sam wishes to tell compelling, entertaining stories that also create awareness of the real issues that shape our lives.
Sam is on the advisory board of KEF CINEMA (which means FUN in Hebrew) - a non-profit organization that bridges together Israeli Arab Muslims, Christians and Jewish youth to work together in the creation of film projects from concept to marketing. He also founded TRUE ARTISTS to assist creative talents such as actors and filmmakers find their own voice and path for success in the industry.
Equally balancing acting and producing, some of Sam’s acting credits include the role of Yosef Romano in Steven Spielberg’s 5 Academy Award nominated thriller MUNICH and YOU DON’T MESS WITH THE ZOHAN. www.samfeuer.com