Phil Pitzer wrote the screenplay for 411and specifically designed it for his friend and multi-talented production partner, Ronn Moss.
411 is an erotic murder mystery, 50 Shades of Grey meets Basic Instinct.
Phil will play a supporting role in the film as, Derrick”Double D”!Davidson, a Delta Force vet,who is chief of security for James Ivory, TV and Rock Star, played by Ronn Moss, longtime star of The Bold and the Beautiful .
Phil was the creative force behind and co-produced,co-wrote and co-stars with Sheree J. Wilson and Jeff Fahey in Easy Rider the Ride Back,the first official sequel to the iconic Easy Rider, set to be released this Summer.
Phil also has co-producer a documentary film,The Trail of Tears, and appears as himself in the movie, Cannes Without a Plan.
|Leigh J. McCloskey was classically trained as an actor at the Juilliard School in Lincoln Center, New York. He began his professional acting career playing Billy Abbott in the original miniseries “Rich Man, Poor Man” (1976) starring Nick Nolte and Peter Strauss. He went on to star in three nighttime television series: “Executive Suite” (1976), “Married: The First Year” (1979), and is perhaps most widely known for his role as Lucy Ewing’s husband Mitch Cooper on the CBS nighttime soap opera “Dallas” (1978). McCloskey was a series regular from 1980-1982, and made brief appearances in 1985 and 1988. In 1978, he married production executive Carla Reinke, and they have two daughters: Caytlyn Alexandra and Brighton Aubreigh.McCloskey starred in numerous made-for-television films and miniseries including The Bermuda Depths (1978) (TV) with Connie Sellecca, Dawn: Portrait of a Teenage Runaway (1976) (TV) and its sequel Alexander: The Other Side of Dawn (1977) (TV) in which he played the title role. He starred with Kris Kristofferson in Trouble Shooters: Trapped Beneath the Earth (1993) (TV) and with his “Dallas” co-star Linda Gray in Accidental Meeting (1994) (TV). He also co-starred with Brooke Shields and Scott Glenn in the television miniseries Gone But Not Forgotten (2005) (TV). McCloskey has also had made numerous films including Fraternity Vacation (1985) with Tim Robbins, Just One of the Guys (1985), Cameron’s Closet (1988), and the cult classic Inferno (1980) directed by Dario Argento among others. In 1982 he costarred with Ronn Moss in the film adaption of Orlando Furioso called, Hearts in Armor.McCloskey has guest-starred on numerous television series and pilots including “Medical Center” (1969), “Jake and the Fatman” (1987), “Life Goes On” (1989), “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” (1993), “Star Trek: Voyager” (1995), “Chicago Hope” (1994), “JAG” (1995), “Bones” (2005) and many others. He has played villains on four sci-fi television series: “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine”, “Star Trek: Voyager”, “Babylon 5″ (1994) and “Buck Rogers in the 25th Century” (1979) with Dorothy Stratten. He has also appeared in a number of daytime soap operas, including “General Hospital” (1963), “One Life to Live” (1968), “The Young and the Restless” (1973) and “Santa Barbara” (1984). McCloskey has played unrelated characters on three television series: “The Love Boat” (1977), “Hotel” (1983) and “Santa Barbara”. He currently reprising his character of Dr. Kurt Costner on the Young & The Restless.In addition to his acting career McCloskey is also a highly regarded artist and author. McCloskey’s art work premiered publicly with the Rolling Stones on their 2005-2007, Bigger Bang Tour. McCloskey’s original painted “Grimoire” book was selected by Keith Richards to accompany him and the Rolling Stones in performance. In 2010, Flying Lotus (Steve Ellison) selected works from McCloskey’s illuminated books, the Codex Tor*, as the album art for his highly acclaimed Cosmogramma. He has written, illustrated and published seven books and numerous articles for various magazines and journals. He is the founder of Olandar Foundation for Emerging Renaissance and lectures and teaches both nationally and internationally.Leigh plays Detective Sparrow who is investigating James Ivory in 411|