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Gerald McCullouch



Gerald (pronounced with a hard “G”) McCullouch is an award winning filmmaker and actor best known for his 10 seasons as “Bobby Dawson” on the hit TV show “CSI” and for his critically acclaimed performances as “Roger” in the BearCity film franchise (“sexy and assured” NY Times). He’s toured Europe as “Jesus” in Jesus Christ Superstar and has recently guest starred on “Physical” for Apple +, “The Haves and The Have Nots” for OWN, “Messiah” for Netflix, “Chicago Med” and “FBI”; having worked with almost every major TV crime solving couple of the last two decades.

Before focusing on filmmaking, he performed stand-up at prestigious clubs on both coasts including The Improv in LA and Gotham in NYC and the iconic Caroline’s. His award winning directorial debut feature film, Daddy, was listed by QUEERTY as one of the top 10 films currently streaming alongside Milk and Dallas Buyers Club. His follow up documentary was listed by PARADE MAGAZINE as 1 of the 25 steamiest films on Amazon Prime and spawned a follow up documentary. The follow up film was also named in a QUEERTY “Best Of” top 10.

His filmmaking has received multiple awards and his acting accolades include the Independent Series Award for Best Supporting Actor for his work alongside Daphne Rubin-Vega and Wilson Cruz in the web series “Hustling”. A 2021 Drama League Award was awarded to the production of “Seven Deadly Sins” in which he starred in the play written and directed by Moisés Kaufman.

McCullouch survived a near fatal car crash that left him in a coma, his time as a model resulted with two different billboards in Times Square and on Sunset Blvd concurrently, and he was an OUT 100 honoree. He’s landed on Perez Hilton AND Page 6 more than once along with TMZ and as a trained boxer became a short lived NYC hero after defending himself in an attempted subway stabbing and attack which led to the conviction of the 6’ 3 perpetrator who had previously stabbed a NYC police officer.


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