R. W. Martin, also known as Chaos, has been acting and doing cosplay for a number of years. He's worked on such popular films as: "Wizard of Loneliness", "Moonlight & Mistletoe", and "The Spitfire Grill". He's also worked on Independent Films like: "Space People", "Space People 2", and a Zen and Chaos Studios, LLC original music video "Doorstep" performed by United Mess.
R.W. Martin has been featured and known as "The Man of One Thousand Faces" in the Comic-Con world. He's impersonated such crowd favorites as: Fire Marshall Bill, Beavis and Butt-Head, McGyver, Mary Poppin's "Burt", and Bender from the Breakfast Club. R. W. takes great care in building his costumes, paying attention to the smallest of details. It's common for him to portray up to 10 characters at any given Comic-Con. Stopping only, to take pictures with fans, vendors, and other cosplay friends at the show.
"Redemption", A Hannah Heckman-McKenna film - 2018
'Where is She?", Zen and Chaos Studios, LLC - 2017
"Space People 2", An Adam Griswold film - 2017
"Space People" An Adam Griswold film - 2016
"Moonlight & Mistletoe" - 2008
Tron, Jeff Bridges, Kurt Russell, and Elvis
"Listen to me, Hillary. I'm not the first guy who fell in love with a woman that he met at a restaurant who turned out to be the daughter of a kidnapped scientist, only to lose her to her childhood lover who she last saw on a deserted island, who then turned out fifteen years later to be the leader of the French underground."
I have worked with R. W. Martin on various projects. His dedication to his craft is impressive. He not only acts, but is willing to work in any facet that's needed. He's helped with set building, setting up lights/cameras, and general production duties. He's usually the first one to arrive and the last to leave. You don't find that level of dedication in just anyone. His contributions both on and off the set have inspired me to include him in more aspects of production.