Biography: Maurice A. Dwyer, originally from Mt. Vernon, NY, received his B.A. in filmmaking from Temple University. As an actor, he’s appeared in many stage plays, independent films and guest starred in the CBS drama Now and Again, for which he was submitted for Emmy consideration. His directing credits include For Charity’s Sake (2001), the award-winning Whoa (Sundance 2002), Cop Block, produced as a semi-finalist for the Chrysler Million Dollar Film Festival at the Cannes Film Festival 2002, and In Time, co-directed with Adetoro Makinde.
For Charity’s Sake (2001);
Cop Block (2002);
3 Minutes (2003);
In Time (2005 – Maurice A. Dwyer, Adetoro Makinde);
Life, Love, and Hollywood (2008);
The New 20s: Episode 1 (2009);
The New 20s: Episode 2 (2009).