Episode 2 of “Drag Tomi Lahren!” is out! Topics include LGBT Rights, the Middle East and Marijuana!
Zachary wrote, directed, and acted in a short film called “Drag Tomi Lahren!”
Zachary wrote, directed and produced a short film called “Feeling Hopeful,” encouraging love and compassion in the wake of the recent racial violence.
Zachary wrote, directed and produced a short film called “The Women’s Bathroom Project” fighting HB2 and other discriminatory bills.
Zachary will reprise his role as Sammy in Ginger Lazarus' "Burning" with the Resonance Ensemble, at the Theatre at St. Clements, Feb 3rd-28th
Zachary got to film in the ocean for a couple episodes of “Mysteries at the Museum,” where he played a drowning sailor for the Travel Channel.
Zachary booked a supporting role in the feature Catch-22.
The baby face prevailed and Zachary will be playing a nine-year-old version of the lead character Steve in a reading of the new musical "For As Long As You Can Stay" composed by Josh Joplin, book by Lorenzo Wolff, and directed by Meghan Finn, April 28th at 2pm in Studio 353.
Zachary booked a principal role in a Sun Chemicals commercial by Mad Pictures Inc.
Zachary will play Max, an ex-con teaching Criminology at his alma mater, in a devised piece through Rhapsody Collective called "Sociology 147," showing April 24th-26th at the Alchemical Theatre Lab.
Zachary is playing the role of Jean in a three character murder-mystery called “The Perfect Murder” at Manhattan Rep! Written by Steven Cunningham and directed by Bryan Bradford, it will show Dec 3rd and 6th.
Zachary booked a role on a local Moving Company commercial for Time Warner Cable.
Zachary booked his first New York gig, playing “Victim’s Son” on an episode of "My Dirty Little Secret," airing in November on Investigation Discovery.
Zachary Clarence co-starred on “Wives With Knives” on Investigation Discovery.
Zachary Clarence guest starred on an episode of the Japanese TV Show “The World’s Astonishing News!” for Nippon Television.