Sam Maccarone Movies and Career Information

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Mar 14, 1975
Yosemite National Park
Actor, Director and Writer

Sam Maccarone (born March 14, 1975) is a film actor, film director, and writer. He wrote and directed National Lampoon's TV: The Movie. In the film, he plays Jeffry Sutton, Dick Weston Fernandez and Chad (in Your in the Army Now). He grew up in Yosemite, California where he had a lot of natural space all around him. He began his filming career at the age of eleven when he earned his first video camera doing odd jobs. He has lived in Hollywood, California since 1994, and has no children. He studied at Stella Adler, Los Angeles. Maccarone created and directed the internet hit "Roommates: the Series" in 2000 with Dian Bachar, from Orgazmo. In the six episodes produced for their website, they had guest appearances from Clifton Collins, Jr. and Ian Somerhalder. An epidode called Clifton's Later is rumored to have been shot starring Christian Slater although, it's never popped up on any websites. Maccarone helped write as well as sang on raps songs with Jackass star Steve-o for Universal Records. In February 2008 on the Jackass 24 hour take-over of MTV, Steve-O from Jackass and Maccarone brought the original Yo! MTV Raps set back from the dead for them to rap on. The old set was

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