Wednesday, December 8, 2021

David Haydn-Jones Cast in Comedy, ‘The Fiddling Horse’

Courtesy of Lindsey DeLuca, Staff Writer

David Haydn-Jones is a busy man! Though his latest movie, Love Under The Rainbow, hasn’t been released yet, that has not stopped him from landing a brand new role in The Fiddling Horse.

FortyFPS Films announced via Twitter that Haydn-Jones has been cast as Zachary Rothschild. According to Variety, “the movie also includes Paula Lindberg, Andy Kindler, J. Elvis Winstein, Esther Ku, Allie Mills, Orson Bean, Heather Mattarazzo and musician Fiend will star in the comedy.”

FortyFPS Films describes the synopsis on their website.

A dark comedy about a woman named Leslie Heart who inherits a horse and, in an attempt to elevate her failing status within her high society circle, trains it to race while secretly executing a long-con with an ex celebrity jockey.

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Haydn-Jones is known for his role as Arthur Ketch in Supernatural, several State Farm commercials with Aaron Rodgers from the Green Bay Packers, and several Hallmark Christmas movies including Dear Santa and A Bramble House Christmas. His comedic timing is one of the most commented on trademarks of Haydn-Jones’ acting, so being cast in a comedy is both fitting and exciting for his many fans.

We look forward to sharing more information on The Fiddling Horse as it becomes available.

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