Malcolm Mills is a NYC-based filmmaker, actor, and songwriter. "You were really creepy!" is the most common compliment he received from years of theater. He plays a necromancer opposite Betty Gabriel (Get Out) in an upcoming feature, The Spine of Night, directed by the screenwriter of Netflix's Love, Death & Robots, Phil Gelatt. Horror novelist Laird Barron tweeted of his performance in the film They Remain, "If it were possible, I'd have a rider in every adaptation that he gets to play one of the villains." VR Food is Mills' directorial debut, in which he also served as its producer, writer, editor, and soundtrack composer. He loves cats.
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