Rosenbaum has done a lot of comedy, as well, including his current TVLand show, “Impastor,” where he plays a conman who has taken on the identity of a gay Lutheran pastor in the fictitious small town of Ladner, Oregon. He plays opposite some well-known comedic talent—Sara Rue, Mircea Monroe and Mike Kosinski. Rosenbaum also produces this show.
What you may not know is Rosenbaum has acted in—and also directed, produced and/or written—a number of indie films, both shorts and feature length. These include his own films, “Back in the Day” (2014), “Ghild” (2011, Outstanding Achievement in Short Filmmaking at Newport Beach Film Festival) and “Fade into You” (2012) as well as “The Visitant” (2014), “Two-legged Rat Bastards” (2011), “Urban Legend” (1998) and “Sorority Boys” (2002).
His most recent indie film is “Last Days of Summer“—an Oliver Ridge/Blood Moon Creative film directed by Aaron Harvey—where he plays against William Fichtner, Jessica McNamee, Jean Louisa Kelly and Colin Woodell. Its world premiere is August 13, 2016, at the Rhode Island International Film Festival (August 9 – 14, 2016) in Providence.
It is a story about Mike (Fichtner), who feels life is passing him by, and Jenna (McNamee), the young woman next door, who is trapped in a tumultuous marriage to Scott (Rosenbaum). Relationships start to ravel when Mike becomes attracted to Jenna. It looks to be an intense view into obsession and dissatisfaction with life.
Photo credits: Blood Moon Creative, Inc.
Copyright ©2014-16 Ramona Ridgewell. All rights reserved.