Brand Rackley starred in the 2006 indie award-winning cult hit, The Stanton Family Grave Robbery. His portrayal of a jaded ladies’ man in the 2008 film Simmons on Vinyl received rave reviews from audiences and critics alike, as well as the Grand Jury Prize at the 2010 deadCENTER Film Festival. His third feature, S&M Lawn Care, received the special Jury Prize at the 2010 Friars Club Film Festival, and critics praised Rackley’s villainous turn in the film.
Rackley has recently starred in Roark Comptons: The Motion Picture, as well as a cameo in Pictures of Superheroes. Rackley had a starring role as one of the three leads in 2011’s Cinema Six, which premiered at the 2012 Dallas International Film Festival and has been accepted to the deadCENTER Film Festival.
He recently worked with Fox Digital Studios to pitch new web series. Rackley has starred in films with Helen Thomas, Barry Corbin and Bill Hader and has most recently been featured in films with Sienna Miller and Eric Roberts. He has also starred in hundreds of short films including the acclaimed Edgar Freezes, The Bedazzler, and the internet sensation, KANE. Rackley also starred in the short film, Hitboys II Men, which was featured on MTVU’s Best Film On Campus. Rackley’s newest short film in which he has the starring role, Busch Country, is making the rounds on the festival circuit. Recently he performed at the Actors’ Studio West. Rackley is currently producing and starring in various web series for 20th Century Fox’s Fox Digital Studios, MSN.com, RooftopComedy.com, FilmThreat.com and Singletree Productions. He has also been featured on such film websites as Cinematical.com, SlashFilm.com, FilmDrunk.com, FilmSchoolRejects.com and Slackerwood.com. Rackley acts in various film and commercial productions in Oklahoma, Texas, Chicago, New York City and Los Angeles. Rackley graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2010. He resides in Los Angeles, California.