Michael Reilly Burke’s portrayal of the notorious serial killer Ted Bundy is exceptional. This account begins in 1974 with Bundy as a sympathetic counselor at an emergency hotline center in Seattle as well as a struggling law student. Bundy was handsome, intelligent, and well spoken, but something disturbing lurked just beneath the facade and his sociopathic behavior set forth a series of events that would shock the world. “Ted Bundy” moves from the 1974 Seattle killings to Utah, Colorado, and to his final killing spree in Tallahassee, Florida shortly after he escaped (for the second time) from incarceration and ends with his humiliating demise in the electric chair on January 24th, 1989. Theodore Robert Bundy confessed to killing 28 women, but the actual number Bundy carried with him to his grave. Some say, however, that he is responsible for as many as 33 to 100 murders of young women. —IMDb
Matthew Bright (born June 8, 1952) is an American film director, writer and actor.
His first noted credits were as writer and actor in the 1982 film Forbidden Zone, portraying the twins Squeezit and René Henderson.The film includes his two masochistic characters living in a garbage can, spit on, raped and tortured in an alternate dimension’s kingdom and decapitated by Satan (played by Danny Elfman). Bright was credited as Toshiro Boloney.
He grew up with writer/director Richard Elfman and his brother, composer Danny Elfman. —wikipedia