Indie actor Adrian Voo goes mainstream in "Amateur Night"

Adrian Voo, the Quarantine LA and Seventy-Nine star, is all set to make his mainstream debut in the upcoming comedy “Amateur Night,” starring Jason Biggs.

The film revolves around an insecure expectant father Guy (Jason Biggs), and the job he pursues as a pizza delivery guy, except that the pizzas he would deliver are prostitutes. With money too scarce to turn down, he goes for it― which is where he meets Nikki (Janet Montgomery), the tough-as-nails, unapologetic sex worker, and her two hilarious and foul-mouthed cohorts, Jaxi (Bria Murphy) and Fallon (Ashley Tisdale). The drama begins when Best Man Dan, played by Adrian Voo, throws a stag night which goes down in ruins as the three strippers and Guy come into the scene. What should be a night filled with “entertainment” instead turns into the exact opposite of what Dan expects.

Adrian Voo attends the premiere of 'Amateur Night' on July 25, 2016 in Hollywood, California
Adrian Voo attends the premiere of 'Amateur Night' on July 25, 2016 in Hollywood, California

Adrian Voo describes his character as the typical “Type A guy” who just wanted to have the perfect fun-filled night with his friends. Unlike his previous movies, in which Voo was seen in rather serious roles, Amateur Night features Voo in a totally different fun-filled avatar.

The actor began his acting career after graduating from San Francisco State University. 

He went on to study at the New York film Academy and upon completion, managed to bag some important roles in thrillers like Quarantine LA, Seventy-Nine, while Amateur Night, which is all set for release on August 5, gave Voo his first mainstream role.

In addition to this, Voo also stars in another upcoming comedy-drama “Little Bitches,” opposite Jennette McCurdy and Kiersey Clemons, due out later this year. For now, make sure to catch him in “Amateur Night”, which will hit New York and Los Angeles theaters on Aug. 5, before expanding on Aug. 12.

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