First Look at Andrew Bryniarski in The Chair
Andrew Bryniarski made a pretty awesome Leatherface in 2003’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre and 2006’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, but we haven’t seen much of him lately. That’s about to change as right now we have a behind-the-scenes production picture from the set of The Chair, in which Bryniarski portrays Richard Sullivan, a death row inmate who has been falsely imprisoned and is fighting against the prison’s psychopathic and sadistic Warden (played by Bill Oberst, Jr.).
In the film Sullivan’s fragile mental state escalates to horrific levels as tensions mount and he slowly begins to lose his grip on reality.
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Directed by Chad Ferrin, The Chair also stars Zach Galligan, Naomi Grossman, Derrick Damions, Kyle Hester, Joe “Animal” Laurinaitis, Susan Eisenberg, Kin Shriner, and Roddy Piper as the prison guard Murphy.
It is filming now through February 24th in Los Angeles, California.
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Richard Sullivan (Bryniarski) is an innocent man struggling to escape his fate on death row. Witnessing the murders of his fellow inmates at the hands of the prison’s sadistic and psychotic Warden (Oberst) and his crew of guards, Sullivan decides that the only way to survive is to fight back. With the body count rising, the Warden and his guards close in on Sullivan. As he matches the brutality occurring in the prison, Sullivan starts to lose his grip on reality. Memories of the childhood abuse he suffered at the hands of his mother combine with vivid hallucinations which push him to the very edge, forcing him to question his sanity at every turn.