Welcome to Lee Barton’s WEB site. Even though he is writing this he is speaking of himself in the third person as if he were a member of the aristocracy from the days of Mamie Roosevelt.
Lee is a SAG-AFTRA member actor, performer, writer and filmmaker based in Los Angeles. He has worked on both stage and film as well as performing his own material via several one man shows, including the TerraNova Solo Arts Festival and most recently at highly regarded nonprofit theatre Dixon Place in the Lower East Side, testing bits of his uber-piece The Madness and Ease of the Electric Ameoba. Lee has had a quietly bizarre life built like an English muffin turned upside down on a sediment of historical play-dough so when the fault line that his life is built upon goes a rumbling, those muffin crannies swell and blow like geysers and there’s colored non-toxic clay everywhere. Therefore, he must expunge in the sexiest way possible. See the videos page for proof.
Lee also is the CEO of Calendrome Productions with several projects including Love and Spurs, a full length anti-romantic dramedy. Visit Calendrome’s site or the writings section of this WEB site for more info.
October 3, 2016
Let it Bleed, directed by Ben Burke, now available to rent/buy on iTunes, Google Play and Vudu. Lee plays the Junkie and his role was entirely improvised in the spirit of a true rambling coke-head. Below is the link to the trailer:
Google Play: http://bit.ly/2dDwDzZ
Soon it will be available on the top pay per view. When that happens, you’ll see it posted here.
Next, check out this charming short film Lee did by the folks at LA Reels:
Finally, Lee had a part in this episode of This Web Series:
June 25, 2016
Lee meets potential director for Love and Spurs. His goal is to, in 2016, shoot this anti-romantic romantic dramedy, the only film in this genre. Visit the page for more info.
June 23, 2016
Lee went to complete the ADR (voice dubbing) for one of the films in which he played a supporting role. The film is apparently in negotiations to be distributed by Netflix and/or Redox and/or another major platform. This is wonderful! Lee is leaving the name of the film anonymous until this has been finalized. He will say his part was quite memorable. More to come.
April 30, 3016
Lee’s debut novel Point of Venus is now available in paperback on Lulu.com (just click here) as well as Amazon, Barnes and Noble, etc. in both paperback and Ebook. See the novel page for a description of this book of slightly mystical involution.
January 15, 2016
Lee performs his multi-flavored guts off in one-person show The Madness and Ease of Entering the Electric Amoeba at Whitefire Theatre in Sherman Oaks as part of their 2016 Solofest. Visit the solo page for more details and excerpts.