Zachary Joseph Horwitz is a white man from Los Angeles, California, United States. He is 6’1″ tall.
Born in Berkeley, California, Horwitz earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, USA. He pursued a career as an actor and a movie investor.
Horwitz is professionally known as Zach Avery. Here are 13 more things about him:
- In 1996, his parents divorced. He and his mother Susan Kozlowski moved from Tampa, Florida, USA to Fort Wayne, Indiana.
- He played a thug in the 2009 film “G.E.D.,” which marked his acting debut.
- He starred in the 2011 film “Game Time” with Phil Haus, Jason Hurt and Antoine Harris.
- In 2013, he, Julio Hallivis and Diego Hallivis founded 1inMM Productions, a company that produced, acquired and distributed content to mainstream audiences. He also co-founded One Key Entertainment.
- He starred in the short films “Feign,” “Nameless” and “Shifter,” which were released in 2012, 2013 and 2014, respectively. He played a medic in the 2014 film “Fury.”
- In 2014, he and Mallory Hagedorn got married. They have one son together.
- In 2015, he allegedly defrauded investors of more than $227 million based on false claims that investor money would be used to acquire licensing rights to films that HBO and Netflix had agreed to distribute in Latin America. The Ponzi scheme allegedly raised at least $650 million, caused more than $230 million in losses and eventually collapsed. In 2019, 1inMM Capital started defaulting on promissory notes.
- He played the title role in the 2016 short film “The Laughing Man.”
- He played Alex in the 2017 film “Curvature.”
- In 2018, he starred in three films namely “Trespassers,” “The White Crow” and “Farming.”
- In 2020, he starred in the films “Last Moment of Clarity” and “You’re Not Alone.”
- He starred in the film “The Devil Below,” which was released in Italy on March 5, 2021. On April 5, 2021, he was arrested and charged with wire fraud. He starred in “The Gateway,” which was released in the U.S. on September 3, 2021.
- He was 34 years old when he pleaded guilty to one count of securities fraud on October 4, 2021. Represented by Ryan S. Hedges, he is scheduled to be sentenced on January 2, 2022.
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