If you don’t know the name Daeg Faerch we bet you know his face; the young actor skyrocketed to prominence playing young Michael Myers in Rob Zombie’s Halloween (2007). Though he’s grown up significantly, he’s instantly recognizable; this fact has made him a popular figure on the horror convention circuit.
We may not have seen much of Faerch in the past decade, but he’ll be returning to feature films when Josie, directed by Eric England and starring Sophie Turner, arrives on VOD beginning March 16th. But when not focusing on acting, Faerch keeps himself busy by busting rhymes as his hip-hop alter ego GreatDaeg.
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Check out the video for one of his most recent bangers, SeptumGang! It’s a nod to the body-mod community steeped in clouds of marijuana smoke. After that, peep the trailer and synopsis for Josie, which also stars Dylan McDermott and Kurt Fuller.
Official Synopsis: Hank, a solitary man living a dull existence in the sleepy, Southern town raises eyebrows when he develops a questionable relationship with Josie, a recently transplanted high school student.
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The screenplay for Josie was penned by Anthony Ragnone II; in addition to Turner, the film stars Dylan McDermott, Daeg Faerch, and Kurt Fuller. Look for it on VOD beginning March 16th.
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