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Described as "a highly perceptive and intelligent artist capable of discovering the nuances within his characters" who “shines brightest portraying tricksters with devout love”, Clayton Stocker Myers has proven his capability as a strong leading man in his breakout role in Heaven Burns (2010) which earned him his first award for Best Lead Actor in a Feature Film at the Action On Film International Film Festival and is now available to view on Amazon Prime. Some of the lead credits in feature films accumulated shortly after include Privacy (2012), The Guide (2013), and The Maladjusted (2013), which further demonstrated his presence even in a character role as his comedic performance garnered him his second award for Best Lead Actor in a Feature Film from the 2013 Action On Film International Film Festival. 


While his focus remains on acting in television and film, as an avid fan of animation he holds an equal passion towards voiceover, as well as a dedicated appreciation towards the theatre. Some of his favorite theatrical productions to have been a part of include David Mamet’s American Buffalo (in which he played the role of Bobby), Tape by Stephen Belber, in the role of Vincent, and most recently the role of Ed in the debut performance in the play The Accidental Caregiver by Greggor Collins’ about his own experiences and time shared with that of the Jewish refugee and Holocaust survivor, Maria Altman through to her final days. This play was adapted from Collin’s own novel of the same name. 


Considered a Bi-Coastal actor, Myers has a habit of traveling for his work often. Recently completed productions include such films as Take Me With You (NJ),  How The West Was Dead (MD), Lighthouse Unmanned (NY), The Last Of The Manson Girls (VA), Honeymoon (GA), and The Jacket (CA). Even when not performing, he is continually working on his craft as an actor and storyteller. Enough so, that he is finishing up his final draft of his first feature screenplay with intentions to produce in the late Summer/Fall of 2018.

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