Len Rosen is a filmmaker, actor, director, writer and producer;who was born on July 6, 1972 in Toronto, Ontario Canada. He is the winner of multiple film awards from festivals, including the Best Screenplay award from The Monaco Charity International Film Festival for his film, “Fallen Leaves, Golden Sky.”
Many of Rosen’s films are often linked to humanitarian the mesas well as charitable organizations and/or causes. The Monaco Charity International Film Festival (in which Rosen has participated 3 times) is an annual festival geared toward benefiting and saving poor children around the world. Just last year, Rosen had directed a music video produced by NCIS star Pauley Perrette that aided a crisis hotline for LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) youth.
Other films that Rosen has made (and acted in) are comedic in nature. Rosen’s belief that, “A smile comforts a frown”is very apparent in these films. Rosen has always been an avid fan of physical comedy and humor found in everyday situations. His facial expressions and body language have been inspired greatly by his comedy heroes that include (but are not limited to) The Marx Brothers, The Three Stooges, Benny Hill, Jerry Lewis, Jim Carrey, Rowan Atkinson and John Ritter. Rosen is also a very experienced voice actor and program announcer;who was often called to record his voice for corporate voice message services and commercial voice-overs.
Besides film work, Rosen enjoys travel and world cuisine. For 3 years, Rosen was a successful food critic and video segment director for “Best Food in China”–an online Chinese magazine publication that features 5-star restaurant and hotel reviews for eating establishments all over China.