“I like crashing. If they said, “Do it,” then I wanted to do it, it didn’t matter.”
“You just wake up and you think about something or you see something and you think, “Wow, that’d be cool.””
“One of the neatest things about our movies is our crew is never stressed out anymore.”
Writer, actor and producer Kerry Wallum, grew up riding bulls and roping calves in the rodeo until he was bitten by the acting bug. With more than 60 films under his belt, he has acted and been a stuntman in some of the great movies including The Yearling (writers Majorie Kinnan Rawlings and Joe Wiesenfeld and director Rod Hardy), The Postman (writers David Brin, Eric Roth and Brian Helgeland and director Kevin Costner), and The Crow (writers James O’Barr, David J. Schow and John Shirley and director Alex Proyas).
His current ventures include a collaboration with Willie Nelson in building the film production franchise Luck Films. He has also completed filming his latest projects Of God and Kings (writers Eleonora Maria Volpe and Alex Whitmer and director Joe Estevez), Hot Bath an’ a Stiff Drink 2 (writers Ryan Gaudet and Joseph Kanarek, and writer/director Matthew Gratzner), A Turn in the Sun (writers Rich Bryant, John Sherman Hicks, Abilgail McKay, John Douglas Rainey and Kyle Warren and writer/director David Von Roehm), Rum Runners (writer/director William Nelson), and Niemand (Writer/director David Von Roehm).