Don Most is probably best known for his co-starring role as Ralph in the
long running television series !Happy Days”. During this time, he worked
with such emerging talents as Ron Howard and Garry Marshall.
More recent credits include the film Man”s Best Friend, where Don plays
defense attorney Ian Tapper. It premiered on Amazon Prime early in 2020.
He also stars in the film Lost Heart which was released on Amazon in early
2021, and which Don won Best Supporting Actor in a feature film at the
ICFF Film Festival.
In 2021 alone, Don worked on four films – When George Got Murdered,
ParallaxTale, Lifetime’s: Holiday In Sante Fe, and County Line: No Fear.
And in 2022 he worked on the western, “Far Haven”, and also filmed
“Unsung Hero”. Other recent credits include a recurring role on the hit TV
show – Glee, as well as starring roles in the indie films – Cult Cartel, The
Yankles, Chez Upshaw, Campin’ Buddies and Follow.
Most”s other feature film credits include ED TV, directed by Ron Howard;
Crazy Mama, directed by Jonathan Demme, and The Great Buck Howard,
starring John Malkovich.
In recent television, Don shot the TV Pilot: Puckheads. Another pilot –
!Harvest Time” in which he stars opposite Anson Williams, just premiered
on YouTube, as well as !Old Buddies” starring opposite Robert Wuhl and
“Scramble”, opposite Gail O’Grady as part of the new web series !Viral
Vignettes”. Don has won numerous awards in film festivals this past year
for acting and directing in “Viral Vignettes”, including The Paris Film
Other television guest starring roles include Men Of A Certain Age, Star
Trek:Voyager, Yes, Dear, The Crow, Sabrina, Sliders, Century City, Dark
Skies”, and The Family Guy.
Following in the footsteps of some of his peers, Don has now directed three
feature films. His first, The Last Best Sunday, had its World Premiere at the
Seattle International Film Festival, and was a feature film winner at the Telluride IndieFest.

Moola, starring William Mapother, Shailene Woodley, Treat
Williams, Daniel Baldwin, and Curtis Armstrong, premiered at The Newport
Beach Film Festival, where it earned Most The Outstanding Achievement
In Directing Award. Don also directed Harley”s Hill, his first family film,
which was recently seen on Showtime, Starz and Encore.
In another area, Don has recently gone back to his first love – singing. Don
has always loved the standards/swing/big band style of music, and has
mounted his show – D Most Mostly Swinging. He has performed it at 54
Below and The Cutting Room in NYC, Catalina”s Jazz Club in Hollywood,
CA, and Vibratto”s and Vitello”s Jazz Club, in Los Angeles to great acclaim.
Here is the review he got from !The Hollywood Times”: than-july/
Don also has a CD out: !D Most Mostly Swinging”. It features an outstanding 17 piece band comprised of some of the top jazz/studio players in Los Angeles. He is currently working on a new CD with Nashville based producer, Tony Mantor. It will feature some jazz standards in a contemporary jazz setting, along with some classics from the 60″s and 70″s

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