John Fleck

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  • John's first movie appearance was with Miguel Ferrer and Terrance Knox in the independent film Truckin' Buddy McCoy.

  • John's first television appearance was in Cheers in 1982.

  • When asked what his attraction to working in as many forms, John replies, "Diversify, Diversify, Diversify," When asked why he works on so much television, he replies, "Money, Money, Money!"

  • John frequently appears in film and in many television movies so to enable him financial fluidity to create his, not necessarily for profit, performance art.

  • John also works frequently in theater. A sampling of past work includes: A Perfect Wedding (Kirk Douglas Theater, LA), Applause (Reprise, UCLA), Noises Off (Cape Playhouse, Dennis, Mass), On the Jump (South Coast Rep), Small Craft Warnings, Cringe, The Berlin Circle (Evidence Room/LA), The Mystery of Irma Vep (Tiffany Theater/LA) & Tony Kushner’s adaptation of The Illusion (LATC) and The Granny (The Old Globe, San Diego).

  • John often works as a performer in world-renowned video artist, Bill Viola’s pieces. He was recently featured in Mr. Viola pieces at The Getty Center (LA), The Guggenheim (NY & Berlin), The Tate Museum (London) the Venice Biennalle and is currently on screen at the National Art Gallery (London).

  • John was born in the Year of the Hare.

  • John's past body of solo work includes: Nothin’ Beats P****, Mud in your Eye, Dirt, me, A Snowball’s Chance in Hell, Blessed are all the Little Fishes, PsychoOpera and I Got the He-be-she-be’s. A sampling of past performance venues includes; the ICA (London), ICA (Boston), The Public Theater, The Guggenheim Museum, PS-122, LaMama Theater, Dixon Place & Joe’s Pub (NYC), The Getty Museum, Cal Plaza, MOCA & The Evidence Room (LA).

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