Awards News

Ben Hauck’s SlateShot Makes the ActorIntro SlateShot Hall of Fame

This morning I found out that one of my SlateShots — a very short introductory clip tailored to masthead an Actors Access profile — was chosen for the first ever ActorIntro SlateShot Hall of Fame.

My SlateShot — which mentions my being like the male version of Flo from Progressive — appears around 2:50 in the video.


Hall of Fame reel on

By | 2016-10-14T13:35:33+00:00 October 13th, 2014|Categories: Acting News, Press Releases, General News, Awards News, Videos|Tags: , |0 Comments

Ben Hauck Awarded the Emerging Artist Award at the 2013 Unscripted New York Improvised Theatre & Film Festival

This evening at the 2013 Unscripted New York Improvised Theatre & Film Festival at Theatre 54 in Midtown Manhattan, I was awarded the Emerging Artist Award for my act as the Reverend Raymond Nader, as whose persona I perform completely improvised sermons off of audience suggestion.


By | 2016-10-14T13:42:42+00:00 June 1st, 2013|Categories: Acting News, Awards News|Tags: |0 Comments

“The Infinite Need” Grabs 17 iNeed Awards, with Ben Hauck Winning 10!

The 2012 iNeed Awards were announced today, and my little web series with Mandy May Cheetham titled The Infinite Need swept the contest with 17 victories!

I won for Best Male Comedy Performance, Best Male Improvised Performance, and opposite Mandy May Cheetham, Best Comedy Duo. (I won 10 awards if you count my producer and creative role in the web series.) […]

By | 2016-10-14T13:45:04+00:00 December 31st, 2012|Categories: Acting News, Press Releases, General News, Awards News, Performances|Tags: |0 Comments

“Play Date” Wins at The Players Theatre Short Play & Musical Festival

From June 23rd, to Sunday, June 26th, I played the role of Robert in the new Brenda Bell short play titled Play Date. Performances were at The Players Theatre as part of their Short Play & Musical Festival. The theme was “New York.”

We learned today that the play I was in was the winner for the third week of the festival. It was exciting to learn the show was so well received!

For more information on the Short Play & Musical Festival, visit