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Derick Snow
Represented by 
Core Talent in Dallas: (214) 274-8687
http://www.coretalent.biz

Linda Layman Agency in Tulsa/OKC: (918) 744-0888
http://www.lindalaymanagency.com/

Updated 2017
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Derick Snow was born in Missouri and lived in Barrow, Alaska before beginning his thespian lifestyle in the first grade as Max in Where the Wild Things Are

 
On-screen appearances include Scrubs, Dallas (2014) Desperate Housewives; his own TV show for kids, Quick Draw Derick. Feature-length films: The just-released on Netflix movie, So This Is Christmas (Geo), The Rock 'n Roll Dreams of Duncan Christopher (Rick); Home, James (Clint), and as the well-intentioned lead Nick Peters in the feature-length film, Self-Delusion and Other Obstacles. 

Derick was recently on the stage at Six Flags Over Texas in 2014-2015; 2013's TATE award-winning Of Mice and Men (ATC) as Curley, Tulsa Project's AEA production of Deathtrap (Porter); Odeum Theatre Company's Reasons to Be Pretty (Kent); the work shop cast for Evernight: The Musical as Thousand Summers; the 2012-2013 Season for LOOK's The Drowsy Chaperone (Underling), Side by Side by Sondheim, Hello Dolly, Gypsy, and the lovable Smee in Cathy Rigby is Peter Pan. 

As a voice artist, Derick made his mark in the classic HalfLife: CounterStrike retail video game as Barney for Valve studios as well as dozens of anime cartoons with FUNimation; television and radio spots for OERB as the official voice of Petro Pete; Tulsa Community College, Loma Lux and other big, unannounced projects that will transmit his voice to national audiences. 

As a former Tulsan he played various roles in and volunteers for Tulsa's oldest melodrama, The Drunkard; enjoys performing improv with such groups as L.A. Connection and Crayons; murder mystery with Keith and Margo's and currently plays many nights for the award-winning Texas Star Dinner Theatre in Grapevine, TX. He was awarded "Absolute Best" by the Urban Tulsa Weekly magazine in 2009 for his work as a live painter and is an award winning photographer. He enjoys the creative arts, Bohemianism, his family, friends, life, his new home in Dallas, and his lovely wife Samantha Snow.

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