Sam Slovick
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Sam Slovick


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Free Loader Jamboree



Sam Slovick has an eclectic career experience as actor, major label recording artist, published writer and journalist in his arsenal. Most recently a series of award winning LA Weekly stories about Skid Row in Los Angeles and a solo release as singer songwriter, “Free Loader Jamboree” on Centerline Records.

A native of Oshkosh, Wisconsin and teen rebel, Sam made a splash as a self styled club kid in New York City, where he appeared in off- Broadway theatre including Norman Lear’s “American Passion” with Robert Downey Jr. while embracing his calling as front man for the critically acclaimed pop band ‘The Pedantiks’ (Elektra Asylum) appearing at CBGB’s, Studio 54, Danceteria, Area and other coveted New York venues sharing the stage with everyone from Souxiee and the Banshees to The Beastie Boys.

Slovick has appeared in numerous films and television shows including Jodi Foster’s ‘Home for the Holidays’, John Milius’ epic feature ‘Red Dawn’ and starred in the downtown art feature, “White and Lazy“, to name a few.

His band “Louie Says” (RCA records) with Clark Stiles (The Good Listeners) features songs that have appeared in film and TV including Dawson’s Creek, Buffy and the Vampire Slayer, Baywatch and others.

As a writer Slovick has been published extensively in many national and international publications including: Details, Vibe, Good, Giant, L.A. Weekly, Neon, Nylon, The Face, The Advocate, Curve, Angelino, L A Yoga and others.