Disaster as Legendary Performer Tony Clifton Returns to Filming for First Time in Thirteen Years in 3D Indie Musical "Fried" - First Film Since Man on the Moon

Legendary performer Tony Clifton returns to Hollywood and destroys indie 3D film "Fried."

Los Angeles, CA, August 11, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Tony Clifton, the self-professed most talented man in the history of show business, wrecked havoc on the set of the 3D indie film "Fried" in Los Angeles today. The film is produced by Bernstein Entertainment.

It is Clifton's first film work since the Andy Kaufman biopic, Man on the Moon. Clifton was playing himself in one of the film's subplots dealing with the making of "The Tony Clifton Story," and became enraged.

An enraged Clifton attacked director Daniel Bernstein and actor Zach Kanner, who was taken to a nearby hospital for four stitches. Clifton also destroyed one of the 3D cameras and sexually groped the craft services person, Kessler Young, as he was storming off the set.

"Fried" is a 3D Musical comedy, equal parts Marx Brothers, Monty Python and Cheech & Chong. It is being produced and directed by Daniel Bernstein ("A Lesson Before Dying," "Head Games")

"Fried" also stars a dynamic ensemble of actors including Megan Stogner, Andy Goldenberg, Clifton Williams, Aqueela Zoll, Megan Drust, David Villar, Dinah Leffert, Kristin Mineo, Sancho Martin and Alexandra Hensley.
Bernstein Entertainment
Jordan Kizwani