D’Anthony Palms

D’Anthony Produces film, television, music, and also has broken ground on a state of the art acting school serving the city of Houston. In acting, D’Anthony most recently Guest Starred on “Always Sunny in Philadelphia” for FX in the episode ‘The Gang Misses the Boat’. D’Anthony has been involved in television/film and music professionally since 2006. Musically D’Anthony has worked closely with Grammy nominated Music Producer Ron Aniello, and written published songs for Bruce Springsteen, Shania Twain, Jason Wade, and Bastian Baker. D’Anthony’s career began while attending Texas State University pursuing a degree in Theatre & Mass Communication. During school, D’Anthony signed with a local talent agency in Austin, Texas. Shortly after signing he landed his first role in the Independent feature, “Kabluey,” with Lisa Kudrow. Not soon after, came his first TV debut opposite Connie Britton & Kyle Chandler, as Anton on NBC’s “Friday Night Lights.” Anton was a big role for D’Anthony but he is probably most recognized for his unforgettable cameo as the Light Skinned Airport Security Guard in “Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay.” After filming his first three major roles, he graduated from Texas State University and drove to Los Angeles. A few months after moving he scored a role in “Easy A,” opposite Emma Stone as a jock trying to get in her pants. From there he began booking roles on shows such as “CSI: NY,” “NCIS,” “House of Payne,” MTV’s “Awkward,” and HBO’s “Luck,” opposite Dustin Hoffman. D’Anthony has narrowed his focus now towards helping others. Much more to come out of this young man and we are excited to watch his journey. Stay tuned…

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