Chris King is an Oscar-qualifying filmmaker and three-time Emmy nominated promotions producer. His screenplays have garnered national attention in The Nicholl Fellowship, the Chesterfield Film Project, Fade In Magazine and HBO’s Project Greenlight. Chris's feature length and short films have played at over 225 film festivals, have been seen in over 140 cities in 90 countries, and have received over 100 awards and nominations. Chris's short film "Birthday" qualified for the Academy Award (Live Action Short) in 2017 and played in over 150 international film festivals. His short film about the early days of Carol Burnett called "Pipe Dream" is currently on the film festival circuit, and he is in development on his next feature length film. Chris and his co-producer/co-writer wife Heather reside in Roseville, California with their two daughters.
Each year thousands of budding actors take that huge leap of faith and move to L.A. or New York in search of stardom. This is the story of once such actress who, with nothing but her talents and determination, would go from anonymity to Broadway stardom within a few short years. She would later become known as the beloved legend of stage and screen, Carol Burnett.