LOS ANGELES — Nazo Bravo is a true child of Los Angeles, in the sense that he is both Armenian and in show business.
Bravo, né Aslanian, was born in the city to parents who are from Yerevan. He is also working hard to advance his career in music and movies.
This month he has a film coming out, “Dead on Arrival,” which has been picked up by Sony.
Emmy-nominated Billy Flynn stars in an ensemble cast as Sam Collins, a pharmaceutical sales representative who visits a small town in Louisiana to close the business deal of a lifetime. He finds himself in a dark world of sex, corruption and murder as he is poisoned with no antidote to save his life. Desperate for answers, with less than 24 hours to live, Sam turns to a local girl Jesse. Their path leads to a voodoo priestess who only confirms Sam’s doomed fate. On the run, caught in a deadly vertigo with no one to trust, Sam and Jesse find themselves running from police detectives, the Mob and a dirty sheriff who wants him dead.
He has enjoyed a long collaboration with Stephen C. Sepher, the writer, director and co-producer of the movie.