Mammoth Film Festival Founder Tanner Beard Recruited For ABC Game Show

Tanner Beard is known in Hollywood as a successful actor and the founder of Mammoth Film Festival - an incredible world renowned festival that celebrates a diverse range of filmmakers, actors, directors, writers, producers, and their work. With Mammoth Lakes, CA as its beautiful backdrop.

When Tanner isn’t vigorously navigating Hollywood - Golf is his go-to activity. As a child, golf was a huge passion of Tanner’s - this passion prompted him to begin a charity celebrity golf tournament.

The clips he took of this fantastic event gained a lot of attention on social media, and after actively posting on his account - he was approached by casting directors for ABC’S brand competitive reality series “Holey Moley”.

One thing led to another - and now Tanner Beard is a finalist! Not only is the prize incredible (250,000 dollars) but golf is something Tanner has always been passionate about - making this a real dream come true for him.

“If I’m lucky enough to win Holey Moley, the money will essentially continue our ever-growing volunteer community,” Beard said. “There’s obviously some bills that come with making a festival as big as ours so it will be nice that this money can help us reach higher plateaus at a quicker speed, and help us continue to put ourselves in a position to be eligible for the incredible support from sponsors by showcasing great and wonderful projects each year!”

The pressure is certainly on - but overall, Tanner has thoroughly enjoyed his experience on the show, his acting career has also received a lot of traction which is fantastic!

“It has drawn some attention to movies I have done, as an actor, in the past that has been getting somewhat of a resurgence,”
Tanner said.

Despite having total free reign to be himself on the series, Beard developed an alternate character to ease the intensity of competing on national television with a lot at stake.

“I’ve never once played myself on any TV show or any movie, it has always been a character,” Beard explained. “I think the most terrifying thing I could do is play myself-I don’t think I take myself seriously enough to do so, I need a crazy hat or sword or a scar on my face, then I’m ready.”

Fortunately, Tanner’s on-screen time is far from over. Tanner is not only preparing for the finale of a lifetime, but also anticipating to step back on set for a film he was shooting prior to COVID-19.

"We're all just waiting to see when the most responsible time to try to go back to work is for this movie, and with that having no real compass at the moment, I've really been concentrating on my very first love which is golf", Beard said. "There's really no greater happiness aside from what I felt in the movie industry than playing competitive golf with my buddies. I'm too old to think about any kind of PGA TOUR ambitions, so this is a nice second just go on with a little slogan I love #GolfWithYourFriends."

Tanner is shooting for the stars in absolutely everything that he does. He is hopeful that he can further subsidize California's favorite winter film festival for the fourth year. Supporting this festival keeps the film industry flourishing and young talent emerging. On September 1st, Tanner will be launching a Golf Line where 50 percent of the proceeds will go to the Mammoth Media Institute - what a star!

Keep your eyes peeled for Tanner - watch out Hollywood!

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