Lawrence Staab

Savannah, Georgia

About Me

Currently acting in local film productions. I am a Training Program Development & Management Consultant specializes in
reducing production cost and training/development utilizing international web-based teams to meet multi-media training
needs. In the 1980’s I served as an AD for Unitel Productions, Pittsburgh, broadcasting professional sports and freelance
photojournalist. I was recruited to Savannah in 1990 for a
faculty post training the "Integration of Video Production into Training Curriculum" for the Sony Training Institute at the Savannah College of Art and Design. In 1991. Sony moved LA, Calf.. I remained in Savannah consulting for industry- training writing/video productions. In 1992 I teamed up with Claude Galipeault and co-founded Fiber Fuel International (FFI). We tested fiber fuel (biomass) and manage a group of companies to construct full scale test conversion of Sav. 50MW coal plant. The success story has been described in the Standard Handbook of Power Plant Engineering, McGraw Hill. This project led to "Methods of Co-Firing & Energy Generation: US Patent 5,609,113". I have a Masters in Ed. Comm.& Tech. with a BA in Comm. & Ed Psych, both from Pitt Univ.


CBGB – The Movie Featured Extra – “Drunk Guy in jail scene” Director: Randall Miller “The Last Policeman” UNILOUGE teaser trailer at Meddin Studios Savannah, GA THE DAY IT HAPPENED “Frank” – Doctor Dir. Steve De Marinis (SCAD) True Blind Justice “Kyle” – Homicide Detective Dir. Harrison Riggs (SCAD)

Associations / Organizations

Savannah Actors Pool Member Savannah Extra Pool Member Savannah Film Productions – Actors Workshop (Chip Lane & Angelique Chase) www.savannahfilmproduction Actor's Network Group Members Now Casting, Inc.