Rex Steven Sikes is a producer, director and professional actor. Rex works behind camera in a a variety of positions (producer, production manager, line producer, director 1st AD, location services) and serves as a consultant to productions.
”. He was a producers on the grizzly horror feature “The Spade County Massacre”, and a new HIT horror comedy released this past July “Girls Gone Dead”. He is currently producing the upcoming feature “Serial Daters Anonymous”, a cooking show and he produced the TV pilot “Woody’s World” the first live action/animated motion capture situation comedy ever.
Rex works wherever the job takes him. He has been active in film and television since a teenager in Los Angeles. He has worked with big names and small in film and television. Many people remember Rex from the cult classic “Massacre At Central High”. Recently, “Horrid”, a horror feature Sikes co-stars in, was released to DVD. Some of his other he features he stars in to come out are “The Spade County Massacre”, “Broken Orbit” and “Port of Call.
Currently, Rex is directing a suspense thriller TV pilot “Serum” and he recently portrayed killer Mark Libecki in “Unusual Suspects: Blood Trail for Discovery Channel.
Sikes is also the owner, publisher and host of Rex Sikes' Movie Beat "conversations with film makers". Rex Sikes' Movie Beat is considered a "Master Class in Film & TV production" and is your source for "everything film and TV".