Hostile Actor Bio Hostile Actor Bio Hostile Actor Bio Hostile Actor Bio
Hostile Actor Bio Hostile Actor Bio Hostile Actor Bio Hostile Actor Bio
Hostile Actor Bio Hostile Actor Bio Hostile Actor Bio Hostile Actor Bio
Hostile Actor Bio Hostile Actor Bio Hostile Actor Bio Hostile Actor Bio
Hostile Actor Bio Hostile Actor Bio Hostile Actor Bio Hostile Actor Bio
Hostile Actor Bio

Ed Turner | Boom Operator

Ed Turner is a Sound Mixer and a Boom Operator. Moreover, he is a swell musician. He is also the charter member of the stellar musical group "The Wyneth Altrows". "The Wyneth Altrows" perform at car washes and deli grand openings.

From an early age, precocious Ed knew that he wanted to be part of a band that would remove the first letters from a celebrity's name.  In 2001 that day came (day not included in story).  Through the careful use of a dart board and a spoon (OSHA considerations) he decided upon a certain blondish, classicish, actressish person.  Once the name was determined, music was sure to follow.  And it did.  A lot.  More than anyone could imagine.  More than anyone with gastric bypass surgery could handle.  In 2004 handsome, rugged Ed found himself in the stinking cesspool men and girls call Los Angeles.  He liked it.  He joined up with cute musicians like Alphonso Johnson, Claudia Caldwell, and DJ Poe-zer.  They created the album "United We Bland" in 2005.  Nobody described it as tender.  Music was created constantly, on Thursdays even, and soon the band was finding the weight of its self-ascribed popularity immobilizing.  To make things fresh and "hip", as they say in Brentwood, Ed threw in a rapper:  Gangsta Harvey T. Picklemeyer.  HTP brought a whole new audience to the pugnacious emanation that is "The Wyneth Altrows".  Then they went home.

Today, "The Wyneth Altrows" is still plugging away thanks to the wise and benevolent leadership of gentle (yet rugged) Ed Turner.  One may find out more about the history of "The Wyneth Altrows" at their website www.myspace.com/thewynethaltrows.  One may also listen to the music or send grass clippings for the compost heap in the backyard.  One may also feel the mystique.
HOME | THE STORY | CAST & ARTISTS | FESTIVALS & NEWS | BEHIND THE SCENES | CONTACT US