Photos with Shadner Ifrene
Brooklyn Native, Shadner Ifrene, has commanded a variety of roles such as a detective, a lawyer, an army soldier, and even appearing as a syndicate crime boss, to name a few. Some highlights of Shadner's career include lead roles for short films "Shot To Hell", "New Neighbor", "Porcelain God", and the critically-acclaimed "Curveball" which has become the 2012 official selections of the San Francisco Black Film Festival, Urban Suburban Film Festival (Phila.), Martha's Vineyard African-American Film Festival, and the New FilmMaker's Festival in NYC. Read more... Winfrey Network's premiere show called "Unfaithful:Stories of Betrayal" allowing him great exposure to millions in his television debut. Shadner also enjoyed a featured role on Biography Chanel's "Celebrity Ghost Stories" as a bloody, ax wielding, riot prisoner. As an alumni of Essence Magazine's "Eye Candy of the Week", Shadner was featured in the article as an attractive up-and-coming actor while detailing his acting debut in the independent feature film Chess Boxing. His commitment to the work and experiences learned finally lead him to his first lead role in a feature film, playing a record label owner in the independent film "Platinum Dreams."