Kentucker Audley


Kentucker Audley is a filmmaker and actor who received rave reviews from the New Yorker, Hollywood Reporter, and Indiewire for his lead performance in Amy Seimetz's directorial debut Sun Don't Shine. He has a supporting role in David Lowery's Ain't Them Bodies Saints opposite Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara, which premiered at the Sundance film festival. He starred in the Sundance hit V/H/S and Dustin Guy Defa's Bad Fever which premiered at SXSW. Audley wrote and directed the features Open Five and Open Five 2. LA Weekly says he's "maybe the most fascinating actor in current American penny-budgeted cinema." Also, he runs NoBudge, a blog that showcases true independent films. It's been called "innovative" (Filmmaker Magazine) and "indispensable" (GreenCine).

Actor ( 28 credits )

L.A. Times (2017) Peter
The Middle Distance (2015) James
Queen of Earth (2015) James
Ma (2015) Policeman
Come Down Molly (2015)
Funny Bunny (2015) Gene
The Show About the Show (2015)  Filmmaker (2 episodes, 2015)
Christmas, Again (2014) Noel
Felt (2014) Kenny
Sabbatical (2014) Dylan Hardin
The Sixth Year (2013) Matt (first segment)
The Sacrament (2013) Patrick
River (2013)
Ain't Them Bodies Saints (2013) Freddy
White Fox Mask (2012) Federico
Open Five 2 (2012) Kentucker
Sun Don't Shine (2012) Leo
V/H/S (2012) Rox (segment "Tape 56")
Marriage Material (2012)
The Romance of Loneliness (2012) Richard
A Pale Shadow (2012) Jesse
The Zone (2011)
Bad Fever (2011) Eddie
Holy Land (2010)
Passenger Pigeons (2010) Jesse
Open Five (2010) Kentucker
Team Picture (2007) David (as Andrew Nenninger)
Bright Sunny South (2006) Brandon (as Andrew Nenninger)

Producer ( 3 credits )

Open Five 2 (2012) producer
Holy Land (2010) producer
Family Tree (2009) producer

Writer ( 4 credits )

Funny Bunny (2015) (co-writer)
White Fox Mask (2012) (additional writing)
Family Tree (2009) (creator)
Bright Sunny South (2006) (as Andrew Nenninger)

Director ( 6 credits )

Open Five 2 (2012)
Holy Land (2010)
Open Five (2010)
Family Tree (2009)
Team Picture (2007)
Bright Sunny South (2006)