Shane Hartline is a Florida born Actor/Filmmaker that got an explosive start in entertainment via Professional Wrestling. Shane spent several years touring the Independent Pro Wrestling circuit and even being awarded "2005 Florida Rookie of the Year". In 2007 Shane decided to "hang up the boots" and fully pursue his passion for Acting, Comedy, and Filmmaking. After filming videos with his friends starting at the young age of 10 to then many years later on YouTube with his comedy production company "Wooden Steel Productions", his transition into acting was very easy. His unique comedy videos garnered him attention from the entertainment business very quickly even an NBC Pilot called "It's Your Show" with Carson Daly.
Shane's "Bull by the Horns" mentality has achieved him national attention with many of his past projects and millions of views on his comedy videos online. SNLorBUST.com created in 2006 was an online petition site to get Shane attention from Saturday Night Live and Lorne Michaels in a non-traditional way and it did. He was asked to submit his first tape and he collected a lot of media attention. Shane also self-produced two feature films "Skittin Across America" and "Skittin Across America: Skit-A-Palooza" where he worked with major celebrities and gave all the profits to charity.
In 2011 after winning several Acting, Comedy, Filmmaking awards and landing a major role in the feature film "Rock of Ages" Shane decided to relocate to Los Angeles. Shane can now be seen appearing in roles on Disney Channel, Nickelodeon, ABC, MTV, Feature Films and more. Aside from his acting roles Shane has produced and starred hundreds of hours of live comedy events in Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, etc. His hit live show “The Hopefully Chris Pratt & Shane Hartline” show even garnered an appearance by Chris Pratt himself in 2016.
Since picking up his first camera at the young age of 10, Shane has produced hundreds of hours of video ranging from silly comedy sketches all the way to feature films. What some people may not know, Shane has done all of this while living with a mild case of the rare neurological vocal condition Spasmodic Dysphonia. Shane hopes his story will inspire those with similar conditions to not let that stop them from telling stories.
Read Shane's Story About Living
With Spasmodic Dysphonia