LARRY JUSTICE is an actor, writer, director, producer, and independent filmmaker in Hollywood, California. With more than twenty five years of experience in the entertainment industry, he's been credited along side some of Hollywood's legends.
Whether it's behind the scenes for numerous production companies, or in front of the camera as an actor, his name, voice, and image have appeared in a variety of movies, television shows, commercials, music videos, and radio programs.
Originally from Memphis, Tennessee, Larry recalls being heavily influenced by his surroundings and says, "Memphis and creativity go hand in hand."
In 1986, he wrote and recorded his first single the "Memphis State Rap" at WHBQ radio for the Memphis Tigers, NCAA Final Four basketball team.
In 1990, he co-hosted a radio show on WGTO, in Orlando, Florida.
He moved to Los Angeles, California in 1993 to further pursue his aspirations in the entertainment industry.
Larry attributes a lot of his Hollywood career to his good friends. Especially, fellow Memphian and mentor, television personality, and radio DJ, George Klein for his introduction to legendary television game show host, Wink Martindale.
"I've been very fortunate to have had some really good friends throughout my life. Some wonderful and supportive people like George Klein, Wink Martindale, his lovely wife Sandy, and so many others like them who've helped mold me along the way."
Since 2013, Larry's been the Host on a series
of interviews, with a variety of celebrities, and
sports figures for his talk show,
"Conversations with Larry Justice."
Also since 2013, Larry has been the Executive Director and
Co-Host of the Dwayne Schintzius Memorial Golf Tournament, in Tampa Florida.
And in 2013 he also wrote,
co-produced, and co-starred
in the "Warped" Hollywood
comedy troupe show.
Directed by Jeff Sparks.
In 2011, the documentary he Directed and Produced,
"A Hip-Hopumentary", premiered at the Laemmle Sunset 5
in Hollywood, California.
Larry has been a SAGAFTRA union actor since 1993. He's appeared in several films and television shows throughout the years.
In 2013, Larry played a Chauffeur in the Tom Hanks
film, "Saving Mr. Banks"
directed by John Lee Hancock.
He was also on numerous television shows in 2013 including:
He had the privilege of being a Committee Member on the Environmental Task Force, in a scene opposite Henry Winkler. Directed by David Grossman.
He returned to "Vegas" as a poker cheating
Spotter, caught in the act by Sarah Jones
and Jason O'Mara.
Directed by Christine Moore.
On "Scandal", he appeared as a single dad, Dave, in season 2. And, political talk show host, Frank, in season 3.
Larry appeared as
Antonia's Father, on
"NCIS: Los Angeles".
He played Roman's Dad
He appeared with Jennifer Coolidge as
Sophie's friend, on "2 Broke Girls"
He was a Doctor
on "Vegas" with
Dennis Quaid and
Matt Earl Beesley.
His first movie, as an actor
was in director Joe Dante's,
"Matinee", in 1993.
Later that same year,
he was featured as a Gem Buyer
in his first television appearance
on an episode of "Swampthing",
directed by Tony Dow
of "Leave it to Beaver" fame.
Larry remembers, "You never forget those first couple of times you ever walk onto a real set. There's nothing like it in the world."
He was an Alien from another planet, in director
Mike Nichols', comedy "What Planet Are You From", in 2000.
In 1998, he played the Milkman
in director Pat Gleason's
independent horror film,
He was a Referee in the 1996 movie
"Within the Lines",
directed by Bill Johnson.
And, he danced his way across
the screen that same year in
director Herb Freed's, "Subterfuge".
He was a military fighter plane
Pilot with his role in
1995's, "Tornado Run",
and featured in "Dreamcatcher",
later that year.
Larry was with Martindale-Hillier Entertainment during the production of four different TV game shows, and on four television shows for Dick Clark Productions.
From 1993-1995, he working in Hollywood, California for legendary TV game show host, Wink Martindale on the game show "Trivial Pursuit". A TV quiz show based on the popular board game. And, continued on during the production of the game shows, "Boogle", "Jumble", and "Shuffle".
At Dick Clark Productions, from 1999-2000 on FOX TV's game show "Greed", he was an Assistant Contestant Coordinator, hosted by Chuck Woolery.
He was on the Production Staff, 2003-2005,
at Dick Clark Productions during the
30th, 31st, and 32nd "American Music Awards" ,
hosted by the Osbournes and Jimmy Kimmel.
Larry did Props for Telepictures on the production of the game show, "Street Smarts" in 2002.
He's the Associate Producer of the
award-winning documentary "Sonny Boy".
The 2004 San Diego Film Festival, winner
Best Documentary, directed by Soliel Moon Frye.
He's the Associate Producer of the horror, slasher cult classic,
"Camp Utopia", in 2003 which starred legendary RATT rocker, lead singer, Steven Pearcy and Executive Produced by Pulp Fiction
co-star, Duane Whitaker.
In 2002, he did three independent short films.
He was the Director and Starred as the Vagabond
in the short film, "Techno Turmoil."
He Produced and Co-starred in,
"Take the Pictures Ziggy", directed by Patricia Isgate.
And he Directed "College Bound".
Larry was Art Director on the music video
"Tru' Homies" with Master P. in 1999.
Larry was also a Set Dresser for the following feature films:
"A Light in the Forest", 2003
"Meeting Daddy", 2000
"The Landlady", 1998
"Top of the World", 1997
Larry Justice is also an experienced videographer.
He has written several WGA registered scripts including feature films, ("All About Soul", "Identity Crisis") teleplays, ("Justice for Ya'll", "War Lords") and books, ("Foul Shot", and "Barking Out The Calls") which are currently in development.
Larry has also worked on the business side of the entertainment industry.
Since 1996 to present, Larry has done multiple film and television production projects in conjunction with Z-Pictures.
His talent management company Moguls Management Group, represent an elite group of actors, sports commentators, and professional athletes.
From 2000-2003 Larry helped establish and was the Director of Operations for the Duane Whitaker’s Film Actors Workshop. His responsibilities included marketing, and operating a two-camera, weekly, film acting work shop. Also responsible for enrollment, tuition, reconciliation of accounts receivable and scene study materials.
In 1999-2000, he was the Director of Operations at Pacific Financial Management, a financial management company that primarily represents entertainment industry estates and individuals, such as studio executives, actors, directors and production companies.
For the American Film Marketing Association, he worked on the 1996 and 1997 production of the American Film Market, the largest film acquisition/distribution market in the United States.
During 1995-1996 Larry was the Administrative Assistant at the Virgil Frye’s Actors Workshop. There he was responsible for accounts receivable of a weekly cold reading and scene study film acting workshop.
At Quest Entertainment in 1992 at Universal Studios, Florida he broke all sales records as the Marketing Representative responsible for establishing and providing domestic distribution.
And in 1990 he was a Payroll Processing Manager for Entertainment Partners at
Universal Studios, Florida. He processed payroll from budgets on feature films, television shows, and commercials for more than 20 TV & Film production companies.