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Clearwater Film Maker Adam Sigal

From private investigator to writer/director, local film maker, Adam Sigal finds success in Hollywood.

Tampa Bay Area film maker Adam Sigal joined Great Day Live to talk about his latest movie, The Chariot. The Sci-fi reincarnation drama stars Emmy Award winning actor John Malkovich. As a kid, Sigal always wanted to be a sci-fi and fantasy novelist and was introduced to the genre by his father. Shortly after graduating from Clearwater High School, Sigal moved to Los Angeles to pursue a Hollywood career. He spent 12 years as a private investigator before breaking into the movie making business as a writer and director. The Chariot is currently in post- production and he’s hoping to have a premier soon in the Tampa Bay Area.

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