42 Ways to Kill Hitler

Arlo Hemphill as Adolf Hitler in the National Geographic Channel documentary: "42 Ways to Kill Hitler"

Very few forms of human communication have the power to inspire and catalyze positive action to the degree that film does. Growing up inspired by such natural history programming as The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau, Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom and National Geographic Explorer played a large role in defining my career path in science and conservation.  However, aside from simply desiring to work in the sciences and explore the remote places I saw on tv growing up, I have a strong creative drive to be a part of making these important films.

In pursuit of this passion, I have spent time in recent years working freelance in Los Angeles in varying capacities – as production crew, actor, writer, researcher and scientific advisor.  I have produced digital shorts, filmed countless hours of natural history footage and am currently developing concepts for television and featured film.  Although my passion is to merge my years working in international conservation with my love for film, I share a love for many genres, from comedy to science fiction and independent dramas, and enjoy working on a variety of projects both on and behind the camera.  On camera, I’m eligible for work within the Screen Actor’s Guild (SAG) and AFTRA.

Please explore my filmography through the following links:

Additional information on me can be found through IMDb.