Highlights of 2017

Feature Film
Captive State
Supporting (2 Scenes with John Goodman)
Participant Media
Directed by: Rupert Wyatt
Written by: Rupert Wyatt and Erica Beeney
Produced by David Crockett
Slated for Theatrical release in August 2018

Ep. 101 - Directed by: Rick  Famuyiwa
Ep 102 - Directed by: David Rodriguez
Ep. 106  - Directed by: Roxann Dawson
Ep. 107 - Directed by: Justin Tipping
Produced by: Common
Written by: Lena Waithe
Premiering on SHOWTIME.
January 7, 2018, 10pm

Chicago PD
Ep. 422
 Co Star
Produced by NBC
Directed by: John Whitesell 

Written by: Taylor Russell & Timothy J Sexton

Ep. 111
Co Star
Directed by: Guy Norman Bee
Written by: Matt Nix & Jorge Rivera

Feature Film
En Algun Lugar
Produced by: SFC productions
Feature Film
En Algun Lugar  
Produced by: Iconoclast films & SFC Productions
Currently on Film Fest Circuit & in negotiations release & Distribution.
 Premiered @ Reeling International Film Fest 2017 in conjunction w/ SHOWTIME Networks, TIMEOUT CHICAGO, & YouTube RED

Short Film
White Shoes, Black Water
Starring Joel Murray and Jim O’Heir
Directed by Aric Jackson

Short Film
Blood Brothers
On Festival Circuit now
Produced by: White Belt Films & SFC productions
Directed by: Damon Shalit (The world without you)
Written by: Josh Greiveldinger.
Laurels include:  Gig Harbor Film Fest, Windy City International Film Festival, Yippie Fest, and Burbank International Film Festival.
Starring Josh Greiveldinger Dexter Zollicoffer.

Short Film
Battle On The Breakwall
Written & Directed by: Peter Hognisto
White Belt Films

Chicago Blackhawks
Produced by: Ogilvy and Mather
Directed by: Paul Dektor

TD Bank  - Voiceprint
Principal (Raspy Voiced Son)
Directed by: Cannon Kinnard

Co Star - (“Don The Sandwich Janitor”)
Ep. 13/14
Client: Otsuka Ethics and Compliance
Directed by Jeff Haddick
Produced by: Second City Works

Capital One
Principal (Fraudster)
Produced by:  Conrad/Greenhouse
Directed by: Jonathan Becker

The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity
Written by: Kristopher Diaz (Netflix’s GLOW)
Produced by: Red Theater Chicago,
Role: Everett K Olsen (EKO)
Directed by Jeremy Aluma,
*Jeff Recommended Production

Excerpts of Reviews
The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity

“Perhaps the standout in this stellar ensemble (not an easy feat) is O’Sullivan, who has the gravelly cadence, peacock strut and the conviction that comes with being an entitled male who’s a millionaire to boot.”  L. Whalen - Chicago Theatre Beat    

“Mickey O’Sullivan plays EKO disgustingly well. It’s like if Vince McMahon had sex with a 1950’s casting director and they had a baby who only survived on cocaine, misery and money. He puts on a performance appropriately full of crotch grabs, wild gestures, and absolute scumminess.”  StellaNYC - Cageside Seats, for Pro Wrestling and MMA Fans

“As EKO, Mickey O’Sullivan does not shirk from the racist, crotch-grabbing, foul-mouthed excess of his character, but he injects enough insight and compassion into his role to leave his intentions obscure enough to question one’s judgement of him.”  K. Broockmann  - Chicago Stage Standard

“O’Sullivan…starts audience participations to gasp and clap and boo to become legitimate reactions …worked tirelessly to ensure all aspects of these scenes were flawlessly executed.” R. Moore – The Hawk Chicago

“Mickey O’Sullivan, who’s been seen on stages all over Chicago, is fierce and funny as EKO, the announcer and manager of THE Wrestling"  C. Douglas (“Theatre Dude”) - Chicago Theatre Review  

“Mickey O’Sullivan plays the villainous company man with strong conviction…EKO(O’Sullivan) is walking around, meeting the audience and asking fans who their favorite wrestler is…gets the crowd energized and welcomes their participation of cheers & boos throughout the play…acknowledges the transparency of the fourth wall, which will become essential as the play flips the theater audience into fans at a wrestling event and back.”  J. Reyes - Perform Ink Chicago

“But in very large measure Chad Deity succeeds on the seamless performances of the troupe – Mickey Sullivan is top drawer as EKO, the promoter”  B. Esler - Buzz Center Stage


Short Film
Breast Plate
Written/Directed by: Brenton Oeschle
Produced by:  Bennett Conrad/Infinite FPS
Shooting begins Dec. 17th, 2017

“Beau Coutier”
Written by Leslie Liataud
Produced by: Windy City Playhouse
Directed by: David Bell
Will begin rehearsals in Early 2018.


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