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Episode 39 of The Following Films Podcast Noah Segan star of Redeemer


Segan is best known for his work in Looper, Brick and an award-winning performance in Deadgirl. Other film credits include Adam & Steve, What We Do Is Secret (as real-life Germs' drummer Don Bolles), The Picture of Dorian Gray, Cabin Fever 2,Peaches Christ's All About Evil,and Chain Letter.Segan has also appeared in numerous television programs, including a briefly recurring role on the soap opera Days of Our Lives in 2007. That same year, he appeared in the music video for the Foo Fighters song "The One," which was featured on the soundtrack for the film Orange County. Other television appearances include CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and House, and provided the voice of Henry on the Nickelodeon cartoon show KaBlam!. In 2008, Brick director Rian Johnson invited Segan to play a small role in his second film, The Brothers Bloom.In 2012, Segan had a supporting-lead role in Johnson's third film, Looper. In 2013, he made a cameo appearance in an episode of the critically acclaimed drama Breaking Bad during the fifth-season episode "Ozymandias", also directed by Johnson. He has produced and starred in the independent feature films "Redeemer", "Some Kind of Hate", Quit and Someone's Knocking at the Door and directed numerous music videos. 2014 starred along Alex Essoe and Amanda Fuller in the Horror thriller film Starry Eyes. In 2015, he starred opposite Don Most in Owen Egerton's thriller film Follownd played a role in Joe Begos telekentic revenge thriller The Mind's Eye, in which he co-stars Graham Skipper and Lauren Ashley Carter.

About Redeemer:

In this pulse-pounding actioner, an ex-hitman (martial arts master Marko Zaror) seeks redemption for his sins by meting out violent justice to those who would prey on the innocent. Known on the streets as the Redeemer, Pardo is a vigilante desperate for redemption and earns it by offering criminals the chance to ask forgiveness for their crimes or pay the ultimate price.  When his bloody path crosses that of would-be drug lord Braddock (Noah Segan, Looper, Deadgirl), he must fight an entire underworld organization while keeping one step ahead of a vengeful assassin seeking to undo his virtuous work.
Director Ernesto Diaz Espinoza (The ABCs of Death, Bring Me the Head of the Machine Gun Woman) and Zaror team up once again to provide a jaw-dropping action spectacle with genre-savvy humor that offers an impossibly violent, often humorous and thrilling take on the action film.


Redeemer is currently playing at the following theaters.





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