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DeMarcus Bumpers Secure Lead Role and Producer Role In Sequel of Beware of Paul Pry

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DeMarcus Bumpers is a name that has been making waves in the entertainment industry, and for good reason. The Houston, Texas native is a proud graduate of Prairie View A&M University and comes from a well-to-do family with parents, Dr. Dedrie Bumpers Francis and Lee Bumpers, who were successful entrepreneurs, but he decided to follow his passion for acting. 

DeMarcus Bumpers is family to The Legendary Michael Harry O Harris and Lydia Harris founders and executives of Death Row Records with Harry O as The Current Chief Operating Officer and he in part tributes his success to both parties. Lydia has been instrumental in propelling Bumper’s career in Hollywood to new heights. With her guidance and support, Bumpers has been able to secure numerous high-profile projects, cementing their status as a rising star in the entertainment industry. Lydia’s deep understanding of the industry have enabled Bumpers to navigate the complex landscape of Hollywood with confidence.

He now has secured a leading role in the upcoming horror thriller film “Beware of Paul Pry” alongside Ju Dabbs & Donna Joseph, Directed by Virginia native Keith Lakean Powell, who has several films available on popular streaming platforms; the movie is a sequel to “The Legend of Paul Pry.” Not just acting, DeMarcus Bumpers is also the Assistant Producer of “Beware of Paul Pry.” In “Beware of Paul Pry”, the cast includes talented actors such as DeMarcus Bumpers, Tee-Jay Marquise, Emily Pearse, Andre Boyer, Aaron Peebles, C Mark Jones, Jerome Medley, Karen Slaughter Naquin Edwards, Karina Beltre, Keith Lakean Powell, Pastuh Lyrikal, Patrick Greene, Penny Richardson, Radiah Johnson, Siobhan Howerton, Kody Bean, Donna Joseph, Ju Dabbs, Kevin Tien, LinZin Mor, Lul Joseph, Sanai Johnson and Kari J. Kramer. “Beware of Paul Pry” will be released on various streaming platforms, including Apple TV, Amazon Prime, Tubi, and Plex. Fans of horror movies won’t want to miss this chilling and suspenseful film.

DeMarcus Bumpers stars as a tough FBI agent in the film, tasked with investigating a mysterious factory that has been conducting experiments on people. Despite his formidable skills, the agent is haunted by his own dark past, which has led him to his current profession. As he delves deeper into the case, Bumpers uncovers something much darker and more sinister than he ever could have imagined. Along the way, he crosses paths with a masked serial killer known as Paul Pry, who wields a deadly hammer and will stop at nothing to achieve his twisted goals. The stakes are high, and Bumpers’ fate hangs in the balance as he races to unravel the mystery and bring the perpetrators to justice.

Bumpers is also the assistant producer of “Beware of Paul Pry”, a testament to his dedication to the craft and his growing influence in the industry. Working closely with the film’s producers, Bumpers has been instrumental in bringing the project to life, overseeing every aspect of the production process. The filming of the “Beware of Paul Pry” was wrapped on 29th April. 

“I’m incredibly excited to be a part of ‘Beware of Paul Pry'”, Bumpers said. “Working on this film has been an incredible experience, and I’m grateful to everyone who has supported me along the way. I can’t wait for audiences to see the final product.”

He has become a household name in the entertainment industry, appearing on several magazine covers, including FameUps, Artenzaa, Hollywood Galaxy, New York Weekly, and even Forbes New York, Famous Times.

With his star on the rise and more projects in the works, it’s clear that DeMarcus Bumpers is a force to be reckoned with in the entertainment industry. His talent, dedication, and hard work have paid off, and he is an inspiration to anyone who wants to pursue their dreams and achieve success in the world of entertainment.

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