April 12th, 2004
Will Rokos was born and raised in Hickory Flats, Georgia. He graduated from Ohio State University with a degree in literature. His adaptation of Walter Van Tilburg Clark's novel "The Ox-Bow Incident" was produced Off-Broadway at The Little Theater in New York City 1989 and at the Missouri Rep in Kansas City in 1992. He acted in both productions. He also has his original play "Most Wanted" produced in Stockholm, Sweden in 1992. His first screenwriting effort, "Bleeding Heart," the story of a Korean American vampire living in New York City, was filmed in NYC in 1992 and featured at Asian American Film Festivals in New York and Los Angeles in 1993. As an actor he has appeared on Broadway in "The Tempest" with Frank Langella in 1992, many Off-Broadway and regional productions; as Marty on the soap "All My Children," and Officer Mike Briggs on "One Life to Live" in 1993 and 1994.