Anthony Reynolds is, quite simply, one of the best actors and creative collaborators I have worked with. Highly intelligent, resourceful, creative, and indefatigable, Tonii has extraordinary people skills, a deep and broad knowledge of the film business, and he somehow manages to remain calm and inspiring in situations which would send other actors screaming from the set.
Shon Blotzer, Producer
Thank you for all your hard work on REVENGE. The flashback to the SWAT arrest of Emily's father is a key scene in the show and it was great to have someone in the role of the SWAT leader who both understood the tactical elements of such an arrest and could deliver a strong performance. You're a talented actor and in this small role made the scene entirely believable. It's been a pleasure working with you.
Phillip Noyce, Director of Salt, The Bone Collector & Revenge
Anthony Reynolds' performance....has a bruised, realistic quality!
Joel Hirschhorn, Variety
On playing Hollis Pemberton, the phone guy, in That Evening Sun: "...I thought you were the original article, thought you were here to work on the house. You're just like one of the guys that come to work on my house.
Hal Holbrook, Actor
Check out a scene from this weeks episode of "Nashville," featuring Anthony.
Be sure to tune into ABC this Wednesday for the hit new series "Nashville" which features Anthony doing what he does best... playing a detective.
ABC's new television hit "Nashville," starring Hayden Panettiere and Connie Britton, created by Academy Award winner Callie Khouri, has cast Anthony to costar in this fall's hottest new drama. Keep checking back for more details.
"Dr. Black" on the set of "A Short History of Decay"
Anthony has signed on to a film by Walt Disney Pictures. More details to come in the next few months.
Anthony is set to star along side Emmanuelle Chriqui and Bryan Greenberg in "A Short History of Decay" directed by Michael Maren and Executive Produced by Milos Forman.
A North Carolina native who returned to his Southern roots, after spending well over a decade in New York and Los Angeles, Anthony is blessed to have become a regular face in the South East film and television market. With over 25 film and television credits to his name, Reynolds continues to build on an already successful run as a working cowboy, cop and killer. Thankful for every opportunity and not taking rejection personally, Anthony loves the challenge of playing roles that are outside of his wheelhouse, but as he maintains, "If the uniforms fits, I will wear it." Drawing on his many years of working on sets in New York and LA , he continues to pursue writing and producing both shorts and independent feature films. Reynolds is currently in preproduction of "a Eastern" entitled "THE CONVERTER," a period short film set in the post Civil War South.
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