Watch Brandon Ludwig star in “Gamer’s Paradise” on Amazon Prime Video. He also guest stars in a number of other titles with all star cast members.

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Brandon authored the children’s book series “Everly and Me” inspired by the birth of one of his best friends daughter, Everly Sutton Dunne.

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In addition to acting, Ludwig launched the streaming service, The Lost Flix. Under that banner, he curates media for up-and-coming artists. The channel showcases a range of talent from gamers to film makers.

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Brandon had the privilege of hosting the Canadian Screen Awards red carpet. The CSA’s are the Oscar’s equivalent in Canada eh.

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Brandon Ludwig was raised in the countryside near Conestoga Lake. He had only 3 channels on the television - all he watched was Oprah, The O.C. and Nintendo. Ludwig attended Listowel District Secondary School and was involved in the A/V Club where they put on student musicals. Brandon studied at the University of Waterloo, where he majored in history but wasn't satisfied there and so he acted in indie films as an escape. With university coming to an end Brandon wasn't ready to settle down and discovered The Second City in Toronto. Loving it there, he quit his job at Weston's bread factory and left for 'the Six' with his best friend Arcade 'Danger' Riley to take on the world. His brother Sheldon aka DON SHAL joined forces with him a couple years later and brought Don Shal Productions. While struggling to establish himself, he worked odd jobs as a roadie for Fred Penner, a newspaper delivery guy and the best job of his life, Mardi Gras King at the Canadian National Exhibition. After numerous TV guest appearances throughout the years, 2020 marked a significant turning point in Ludwig's career with the launch of "Gamer's Paradise," where he stars in the series. His next adventure lands him starring alongside sci-fi star Robin Dunne in a buddy comedy film full of sex, drugs, rock 'n' roll...oh, and naked sky diving.


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On May 15, 2020 Brandon Ludwig's new tv show "Gamer's Paradise" was released on Amazon Prime in the United States. In addition to starring in the show, he also directed 3 of the 9 episodes.


"Spontaneity is the spice of life." So, stay up to date on the latest news about Brandon's films and tv shows. Follow Brandon on Youtube and Twitter, or get your fix of what goes down in his daily life on Instagram and Facebook - he won't dance on TikTok...yet.