About Me

About Mitch Holden

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I am an alumnus of The Stella Adler Academy of Acting Los Angeles, where I studied with Joanne Linville and Arthur Mendoza. I am a member of Pacific Resident Theatre in Venice, California.

I have worked in a variety of plays; from comedy playing Boo in the award-winning play, The Marriage of Bette & Boo by Christopher Durang; to Clifford Odets’s Golden Boy as Mickey.

I worked on the film Door to the Other Side: a creepy psychological horror thriller. I played Tim, who has lived as a shut in for years. When a young couple attempts to help re-socialize their recluse neighbor, they unleash a sinister force that preys upon the people who get close to him

In 2009, I decided to focus his lifelong interest in advocacy for survivors of childhood abuse into creating the Warrior Theatre Project, a multi-disciplinary theater space where he produced, acted and co-directed, Dead Eye Boy by Angus MacLachlan. He has carried that trauma recovery work forward, as a volunteer trauma recovery coach at The Dream Center in Los Angeles California.

I am a writer as well and my latest pilot ‘The Pit Bull of Despair’ was a finalist in the Filmmatic Screenplay Awards, at The Sundance Film Festival.

I am a client of Momentum Talent Agency and I am member of SAG/AFTRA.