Maurice Perdreau


I went to Georgetown School of Foreign Service to study international politics and graduated in 2002. I studied abroad in Ecuador, Egypt, and Paris, where I got a diploma at the prestigious Sciences Po: Paris.


I took a theater course my freshman year at Geogetown. Even though never being in a play, my professor, Roger Bensky, recognized my talent. He said that in his 30 years of teaching he had only seen one person person with similar acting talent. That person graduated in 1997 ended up going to the Actors Studio Drama School. That was Bradley Cooper. After graduation I also went to the Actors Studio Drama School for the first year of the MFA acting program. James Lipton stated "this kid is amazing" during my first days there.


In 2006, I entered Cleveland Marshall College of Law, I graduated from there in 2009.


In law school, I decided I was going to pursue a music career. I finished my album in my extra bedroom. And a few weeks later, I sent my album to record labels and I heard back from the President of A & R from Clive Davis's J Records.


In between acting school and law school, I took a few art classes at Ohio University. After painting for years on the side, I received a gallery contract on the spot after going to my first gallery. In September 2014, I headlined a New York Fashion Week event. Two months later, I was picked as one of the best underground artists in NYC by 2015 will see several exhibitions in Manhattan and my first exhibition in Europe in London.


I was discovered in a restaurant in mall in high school. I got my first modeling contract while at Georgetown and I was on the cover of Dynamix. I was offered a contract at a top 5 NYC modeling agency after college but I wanted to focus on acting.


Instead of pursuing the law, I decided to start a business helping people start out in the entertainment industry. We developed several tech products and my first piece of software was picked as one of the world's top 500 apps by the Sunday Times in the UK.

Project Management

In 2013, I became the first person in history to have the highest credential in project management (PMP), Agile software development (ACP), and a law degree. I studied a year of computer science at Harvard. I am currently finalizing my first software design patent.