The Ghosts In Our Machine

Jason Priestley

“I am honored to lend my name and support to the work that Liz Marshall is doing in her film THE GHOSTS IN OUR MACHINE. The animals and mammals of our planet have been fighting a  losing battle with us humans for far too long. They are happy to share this planet with us. And give their love and affection freely. We need to be more respectful of these magnificent creatures. And do what we can to  ensure their survival for generations to come. I have rescued several dogs from shelters and always try to support companies that don’t test on animals. I only hope that  THE GHOSTS IN OUR MACHINE can change the way people treat animals the way “Food, Inc.” changed the way people eat.”
Jason Priestley

Now in his third decade as a professional performer, Jason Priestley continues to be one of the most versatile talents in the entertainment business both in  front of and behind the camera.  In “Call Me Fitz”, he not only stars in the lead role of Richard Fitzpatrick, but he also produces and directs. This past summer, he reunited with former “Beverly Hills 90210” co-star Luke Perry to direct the Hallmark Movie Channel Original. Other recent projects include the feature film “The Last Rights of Ransom Pride” with co-stars Kris Kristopherson, Dwight Yokum, Scott Speedman and Lizzy Kaplan; The BBC’s modern-day remake of the Sci-Fi thriller “The Day of the Triffids” starring Dougray Scott, Vanessa Redgrave, Brian Cox and Eddie Izzard. He spent the summer directing numerous episodes of ABC Family’s newest hit show “The Secret Life of the American Teenager”, including the seasons finale.  He also directed an 8 part reality series for GAC called “The Road Hammers”. Shot in Nashville, the show follows a country band in its quest to break into the ultra competitive world of country music. Other directing credits are “90210”, “The Other Woman” based on the Joy Fielding novel for Lifetime,  and the web series “The Lake” for Priestley is developing the feature film “Death of a Freerider” based on Rolling Stones article by Jesse Hyde.  It’s based on the tragic true story of Sam Brown..

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