The vast palette of “The One Who Loves You” is best demonstrated by the stellar performances from its incredible cast. Today, in our second part, we’re focusing on Marty Lindsey, who plays Ernest:
MARTY LINDSEY’s love of acting took him to Los Angeles in 1996 where he studied with famed acting coach’s Ivana Chubbock and Christina Pickles. During his early Hollywood years Marty was featured on several television series and in a multitude of independent films. Marty busted out in the bizarro comedy, God Made Man, where he played Lovester, the psychotic but affable donut delivery man, for which he received the Audience Award for Best Performance at the 2000 MicroCineFest in Baltimore, Maryland. Appearances in everything from NYPD Blue and Passions to the film noire, Suspects in the Murder of Miss May, further illustrate Marty’s versatility in front of the camera.
Marty garnered industry attention in the feature film, The Zodiac (starring opposite Philip Baker Hall, Justin Chambers, Rory Culkin and Robin Tunney), Marty played the elusive Zodiac Killer. The Zodiac was released by ThinkFilm and Myriad Pictures on limited screens throughout the United States in March 2006, with the nationwide DVD launch in August 2006, and availability through subscription services, HBO, Cinemax and Starz, in early 2007. Marty’s performance received acclaim from industry experts and Zodiac aficionados alike.
Since returning to Colorado, Marty has taken the helm in several Colorado based films including Race Walkers (WINNER Best Feature Film 2010 Festivus Film Festival, Official Selection, 2010 Vail Film Festival), The Inner Room (Official Selection, 2011 Vail Film Festival), 13th and Pearl (Official Selection, 2011 Denver Film Festival) and a memorable supporting role in the highly acclaimed Double Edge picture, Ink. Marty wrote and directed the award-winning feature film Suburban. Suburban world premiered at The Cinequest Film Festival in San Jose, CA and went on to a successful theatrical release in Denver at the Starz Film Center. Suburban is a production of Fruition Films, a company launched by Marty and his producing partner, Lorii Rabinowitz.
Most recently, Marty wrapped production on the short The Lost Boy, John McSween’s sophomore film, loosely based on Peter Pan and the lost boys (premiering at the Stanley Film Festival, April 26), and is currently in production on A Cross To Bare, a Great Depression-era short film centered around a Lebanese immigrant who resorts to bootlegging to support his family. Marty is also featured in a currently running national Range Rover spot, and has had the opportunity to audition for some larger TV roles, namely, NBC’s Grimm.
The One Who Loves You marks Marty’s second collaboration with producer, friend, and colleague, Chris Graves.