This just in from the “Never Again!” film’s Facebook page

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by Benn Perry

Hello “NEVER AGAIN!” Fam!

Today we’ve added another couple of “characters” to our cast.

They are Annette Fabbri, a talented actress, an award-winning author of the 2016 classic children’s book, Biebs’s Adventure, and a world-renowned Baker Extraordinaire. Ms. Fabbri has accepted the role of Diann Miller in our film. She’s tons of fun and you will LOVE being in her company, on and off set.

Also joining us along with this amazing venture into serious film-making is someone who really needs no introduction. Perhaps you’ve seen him in some of your favorite movies, including his roles in Avatar, Scent of A Woman, Good Morning Vietnam, Mr. Holland’s Opus, What About Bob?, Animal House, Forrest Gump, Godfather-Part III, Titanic, Shawshank Redemption, and countless other Box Office Smashes that would take hours to list here.

Please welcome Mr. Gary Pollack to our growing Cast, in which he will be taking on the role of Rabbi Ray. As a character actor, you might not recognize him by name, but you’ll surely recognize him by his photo below.

If you can’t place him after that, I guess it would behoove me to fess up and tell you he is really more famous for a few unreleased personal family home videos he’s shot with his Dad and Brothers down through the decades which feature a cast of characters of every familial relation.

Oh, he’s also a dear next-door neighbor to Benn and Judy Perry whom you ALL undoubtedly know by now. And, somewhat coincidentally, he just so happens to be betrothed to the aforementioned Annette Fabbri.

Together they are making their cinematic debuts, so PLEASE welcome them with all the “REAL” affection they deserve; for stepping up to the plate and in front of the camera for the very first time, to the benefit of all humankind.

Here they are friends.

About Benn Perry
Benn Perry spent most of his childhood dreaming of becoming a professional baseball player, wearing the Old English D of the Detroit Tigers. However, injury altered the path of his career.

Growing up in Michigan, he moved to Florida, where he lived from 1974 – 2005; In the Spring of 2005 he and his wife, Judy, made their passionate move back “Home” to metropolitan Detroit to, as he puts it, “Make a positive difference in the city where I spent my formative years.”

With a business background that encompassed every facet of the credit industry; from credit granting to collections and ultimately counseling, Benn became an expert in his chosen field of credit counseling, and appeared as an in-studio guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show, The 700 Club, Good Morning America, and numerous other national and international programs.  As the National Director of Credit Counselors Corporation – to discuss the very serious problem of personal debt in America. It is that background that led him to write what ultimately made him the recipient of the Best How-To Book Award at the San Francisco Book Festival in 2011; Escape From the Plastic Prison…A Practical Guide to Getting Yourself Out of Debt.

In February of 2021, Benn published his tenth book. He was determined to enter the highly competitive world of screenplay writing, but prior to doing so he decided to follow the sage advice: “Write about that which you know best” before penning his screenplay, “Past Due!” which is going to be filmed entirely on location in his beloved Detroit.

However, taking “Front Burner” honors is the filming of “Never Again!” – the project he is confident will turn out to be his “legacy motion picture.”

The Principal Photography for “Never Again!” was scheduled to begin on July 6, 2020, and along with his film-making family, Benn is hoping that the horrific COVID-19 pandemic is behind us all well before shooting is scheduled to commence.

Due to its urgent subject matter in today’s sadly fractured, all too often bigoted, and partisan world, “Never Again!” is taking precedence over all other RTL Productions’ features that are waiting understandably patiently in the wings.

As an actor, Benn maintains that “All roles are challenging. It’s what we do with those challenges to make the character naturally come to life that’s the key!”

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