A free-thinking, passionately creative individual. Proactively seeking a greater knowledge in consciousness. A strong sense of self, both spiritual and cultural through a pure and absolute truth. I have met organizational mandates over the past 30+years in diverse work environments. Actor, TV Host, Interviewer, On Air Personality, Film History Enthusiasts, Jazz Aficionado, Meetings/Event Planner, Project Coordinator, Personal Assistant, Acting Coach, Humanitarian, Critical Thinker. A actor and educator who has been performing professionally for 30+ years. He has played roles theatrically from Shakespeare to Lorraine Hansberry and worked in prominent local and regional theater companies as well as carving out a successful career in TV and Film.
Von's work in TV and Film has documented his wide range as an actor, like performing as Nick Cannon's father in the commercially successful film “Drumline” as “Devon Miles” Sr. Also the CBS made for TV movie “The Rosa Parks Story” as “ED Nixon” (2002). Other featured credits include; HBO's “Boycott”, “A Lesson Before Dying”, “Funny Valentines”, Disney's “Selma Lord Selma” and “Flash”, along with guest starring roles in the syndicated TV series “Due South” and “In the Heat of the Night”, and the critically acclaimed HBO film “Miss Evers Boys”.
Von Coulter is originally from Compton, CA and has lived in the Atlanta area for over 20 years with wife and two sons. Currently, Von has immersed himself in giving back to the community and educating others. His research, extensive study and professional experience will allow him to teach and educate the craft of acting, and inform and inspire individuals with performing aspirations.