New 7 Song EP "gravityroad" is HERE!
Actor, Award Winning Singer/Songwriter Sean Galuszka hails from Central NY with a BS in Acting/Directing from Syracuse University. He spent a semester abroad at the London Royal Studios studying Classical theatre, Shakespeare, Fringe theatre and music.
Upon graduating, he landed the lead role "Jean" in the critically acclaimed PBS AMERICAN PLAYHOUSE presentation of MISS JULIE. After the project wrapped, Sean decided to travel...the entire United States.
He packed a VW van and covered a twenty-state tour in ten months playing guitar and performing his unique blend of spoken word and acoustic rock from NYC to Houston to Los Angeles.
When Sean guest-starred on ABC’s MIRACLES playing "Garth", a local rocker, producer David Greenwalt was so impressed with his music that the show licensed two of his songs. His music also appears in SONY Pictures documentary "Hollister, CA", "The Ghost Whisperer" (CBS), "Miracles" (ABC), and "Sissy French Fry". www.myspace.com/musicfortheroad.
Sean is an ALT/Folk Rock regular in Los Angeles at The House of Blues, The Derby, Hotel Café, Genghis Cohen, and other venues.
He also wrote, produced and starred in the award winning short film HOW MUCH which screened in Los Angeles at Laemmle’s Sunset 5 Theater and was under consideration for the 2001 Academy Awards for best dramatic short. It was voted Audience Favorite at both the Los Angeles International Film Festival and CineVegas. His film also earned the Grand Jury Prize at the Atlantic City Film Festival. Susan Lambert directed the dark comedy-drama.
Sean is co-founder of Dancing Barefoot Productions; an LA based Production Company dedicated to producing and promoting theatre, film, and music that embodies great story telling. Sean starred as “Feste” in An Appalachian Twelfth Night, Dancing Barefoot’s second major Shakespeare project. Robert L. Williams' original adaptation aligned rich, traditional mountain music with the poetry of Shakespearean verse by setting Twelfth Night in an isolated coal-mining town in the thirties. The show earned a Drama Critic’s Circle nomination as well as remaining on the LA Times Critic's Choice for its entire run.
Other film and TV credits include: The TV Set (dir. Jake Kasdan), Killing Zoe (Live Ent), Philadelphia Experiment II (Trimark), NBCX (NBC Pilot), and various horror films.