James A. House
James A. House was born on Nov 07, 1962 in USA. James A. House's big-screen debut came with Gospel Good, Gospel Bad, Gospel Ugly directed by James A. House in 2012, strarring Street Pimp.
James A. House a.k.a. House, is a U. S. Army Retired Veteran. He is the Founder / CEO of the Atlanta Walk of Fame, Inc. and is a digital filmmaking graduate of Living Arts College. Moving to Las Vegas, Nevada in 1978 from Greenville, Mississippi, he began his acting career studying with the great Joe Behar while in high school. In 2003 after serving 20 years of military service, he founded his 501 ( c ) 3 Non Profit Organization, House Theatre Arts Group, which teaches the arts to children of low income families. In 2010, he was awarded the National Panhellenic Award in the Culture Arts Category. In 2013 his work as a director was instrumental in the film "Gospel Good, Gospel Bad, Gospel Ugly", receiving best spiritual film at the San Diego Black Film Festival. He was awarded The Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award by President Barak Obama in 2016.
BirthdayNov 07, 1962
Place of BirthGreenville, Mississippi, USA