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Scott Allen Perry (a.k.a. SAP) first made a name for himself in the independent film world with his debut film, Side Effects (2002). The film has had successful festival runs, including screenings at the 2002 Taos Talking Pictures Film Festival, Cinequest, and the Nashville Independent Film Festival. Side Effects has received rave reviews and garnered several awards, including best short film and the grand jury prize at the 2002 deadCENTER Film Festival.

Scott was selected as one of ten finalists in the 2003 Chrysler Million Dollar Film Festival sponsored by Chrysler, Hypnotic, and Universal Studios. The result was his second film, 008, which was critically acclaimed and has been featured in film festivals throughout North America. His third film, Perfect Couple (2004), was made for the 2003 Los Angeles 24 Hour Film Project. The entire film was written, shot, and edited in the span of twenty-four hours and swept the competition, winning best film, best director, best actress, and a nomination for best actor. Scott is also the writer/director of the documentary The Outdoorsmen: Blood, Sweat, & Beers which is a humorous look at a group of best friends who live in the Pacific Northwest who get together once a year to participate in an invite only 10 hour event entitled The Outdoorsmen. Think the Olympics meets Fear Factor mixed in with some Bear Grylls after he pounded 2 cases of beer. The film showed in over 15 film festivals, including Tribeca, was theatrically released and aired on Spike TV and IFC. Scott produced, wrote and directed the sketch comedy segments MC Outdoorz and Bobbi’s Bedroom for 3 seasons of the FuelTV series Stupidface and has over 100 million views for his work on the Retarded Policeman YouTube series (co-writer/director) and original videos on the Perrybrothers Abnormal Comedy channel

Scott is the co-author of two books that are being distributed by Medallion Press in 2012; Mime Very Own Book featuring Doug Jones as a Mime immersed in American Pop-culture and a foreword by Scott’s brother Josh “the Ponceman” Perry, and the book Fallen Superheroes which also features Doug Jones and Andy Dick, Madeline Zima and more as superheroes who are struggling to “make it” in our society. Scott also did costume design and art direction for Fallen Superheroes

Josh “the Ponceman” Perry - CLICK HERE FOR FILMOGRAPHY

He’s a big-time food-lover and maker of many laughs.  The Ponceman brings a fresh rush of hilarity to the ever stagnating entertainment world.  Ponce delivers the goods with his subtle/sledge-hammer performances, bringing to life characters like the internet sensation Retarded Policeman and DJ Ponce on FuelTV’s Sketch show Stupidface. DJ Ponce is a character created for him by his brother Scott Allen Perry and was The Ponceman’s first professional acting gig and the Retarded Policeman series has racked up over 100 million views and continues to grow every day.

Josh left his home in Louisiana and moved to California to pursue his passion for acting.  One of the hurdles Josh has had to jump... over and over again... is the fact that he has Down Syndrome.  Regardless of any disability, Josh will never let anything stop him from following his dreams. 

Josh has starred in various Television roles.  His turn as 3-Eyed-Dog-Boy on American Misfits is a must see... keep lots of newspaper handy.  He recently guest starred on VH1’s Free Radioas a libido driven intern named Buttons.  He’s also found luck on the bigscreen as well.  He stars in the touching short filmWundekammer which premiered at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.  

Watch PONCEMAN GOES TO SUNDANCE on the Perry Brothers Vimeo Channel:

Josh landed a supporting role in American Cowslip, starring alongside Hollywood heavyweights like Val Kilmer, Rip Torn, Peter Falk, Diane Ladd, and the legendary Cloris Leachman... she pinched his butt.

The Ponceman can be seen in LOOPER with Joseph Gordon Levitt, Emily Blunt and Bruce Willis, which hits theatre screens in 2012.

Regardless of any close-minded naysayers he may “offend” along the way, Josh “The Ponceman” Perry is hell-bent on making with the funny.