Clay S. Walker – President/Creator of “THE LOTT”
While living in Los Angeles, Clay has worked on numerous television shows including: CSI Las Vegas, CSI Miami, Numbers, Scrubs, Criminal Minds and Everybody Hates Chris. He has worked on various movie sets such as: XXX 2, State of the Union, Guess Who, and First Sunday. These experiences gave him the opportunity to work with various actors such as Will Smith, Ice Cube, Samuel L. Jackson, the late Bernie Mac, and Ashton Kutcher, to name just a few.
In the summer of 2005, after hard work and determination, Clay achieved one of his personal goals of becoming a member of the Screen Actors Guild. Clay continued his training at Weist-Barron Studios in Burbank, California. He worked with Rivers Entertainment on the independent film, Yucca Man and High Desert.
In February of 2009 Clay moved to Denver, Colorado where he achieved another personal goal, to start his own production company, Keep It Moving Productions, (K.I.M.P.) His first project, a vision he brought to reality, was to develop the concept for the up-coming comedy movie, entitled, “THE LOTT”.
In 2012 Clay worked as an Actor on the upcoming movie entitled THE RAMBLER filmed in New Mexico, scheduled to be released at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.
Jordan Werner – Vice President/Actor – Writer of “THE LOTT”
“All my life I have always been performing or something to do with it”
Jordan Werner was born and raised in West Palm Beach FL. He graduated from Palm Beach Lakes High School. There he received many awards for Drama and his performances in many plays.
After graduation from high school He moved to Orlando FL to where he graduated from the University of Central Florida with a B.S. in Communicative Disorders. While in Orlando he booked his first major role in the major motion picture “Waiting”, starring Ryan Reynolds, Justin Long, and Anna Farris, a film by Rob McKittrick.
Later He moved to Los Angeles CA to pursue his career with passion. While in Los Angeles he trained with many studios such as Margie Haber, Otto Felix Studios (R.I.P.), Sam Christensen, and ITA Productions. He became a member of the Screen Actors Guild in 2005. He was and currently is represented by one of the finest boutique agencies in Los Angeles, The Jana Luker Agency.
Jordan met Clay S. Walker in Culver City CA where they built a strong friendship and remained friends ever since. In 2008 he moved back to Orlando FL possessing all the experience and knowledge that Los Angeles had to offer. In 2011, Jordan signed with Runways Talent Group, Brevard Talent Group, and Level Talent Group. In 2011 he also wrote the screenplay for the up-coming comedy movie entititled, “The Lott”. In 2012 he appeared as a Co-Star on the television shows “Burn Notice” on the USA Network, Fatal Encounters on NBC, and the pilot “Terminal Kill” for TNT. He is currently Vice-President of Keep it Moving Productions.