Clay von Carlowitz is an actor and filmmaker based in Los Angeles. After graduating from Kenyon College, he made his feature film debut as Eugene in Troma's 'Return to Nuke 'Em High.' Between film projects, he's appeared in satirical comedy play 'Ophelia' with Gotham Dance Theater, 'Danny and the Deep Blue Sea' at the Robert Moss Theater in the East Village, was nominated for Best Actor for the short play 'Entr'acte' at the Strawberry One Act Festival and had a lead role in the Zoom play reading of Simon Bowler's 'Forger.' His flair for the subversive led to roles in Kafka-themed web series 'Under InspeKtion,' Liam Regan's horror comedy 'My Bloody Banjo' and Michael Walker's meta-slasher 'Cut Shoot Kill.' Through his Abandoned House Productions banner (co-owned by wife Asta Paredes), he wrote, directed and acted in 'The Shadow Scarf' and co-produced Paredes' 'The Slightest Touch.' After appearing as Malcolm in two seasons of widely-praised LA drama series 'Here Comes Your Man,' Clay filmed three features in a row, including a lead role in Aimee Kuge's toxic romance-horror 'Cannibal Mukbang.' He continues to pursue dark, original, emotionally-charged work in indie film.