5 Things You Didn't Know About Me
- Son's name is Sin Halo Jude Pfaff.
- Working screenwriter.
- Has appeared in numerous films.
- Worked at Tower Video on Sunset Blvd in Hollywood as a kid.
- Loves candy.
Destin Pfaff was born in Santa Barbara, California. After receiving a number of honors for his college fiction work, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his passion – writing and producing film and television projects.
Pfaff is now quickly making his mark in the entertainment industry. His writing credits include the award winning script RIPP, the upcoming theatrical feature The Disembodied and the Magnolia Pictures/Magnet released action-thriller Sushi Girl, which he also produced. Additionally, as a producer, Pfaff’s films include Lionsgate’s Married in a Year and the horror film DLTC.
Pfaff and his Assembly Line LLC partners (Sushi Girl) have been featured in both Variety and The Hollywood Reporter with news on their future producing projects - including veteran actor Tony Todd’s directorial debut Catalytic, and a development slate from legendary martial arts master Sonny Chiba.
As a co-star from Bravo TV’s hit series The Millionaire Matchmaker, Pfaff gained worldwide recognition as one of the country’s top relationship and love experts. This on-camera talent has led to him appearing in numerous films including Ushi Must Marry and The Pandora Experiment.
Pfaff is next slated to direct the horror film The Dark Into Me. In the television space, Pfaff has several reality and scripted projects in various stages of development and a producing deal with a popular Hollywood prodco. He has a hit radio show with his wife, Rachel Federoff, called Unloaded - in addition to the couple developing an independent media network for television. Pfaff and Federoff are also partners in a popular clothing and jewelry line (DnR Brands) and have a son together, Sin Halo Jude Pfaff.
Pfaff has worked with select products and brands in both the endorsement as well as production space. He has appeared at conventions around the world and has hosted both Los Angeles and Las Vegas nightclubs.
Pfaff has been featured and profiled in a number of magazines, blogs and newspapers – and can be found all over the web. He has offered his relationship expertise as a guest on Loveline with Dr. Drew, NBC News, Moviefone, OK!, The Wrap, Life & Style as well as many others. His international social networking numbers are in the thousands. He has been parodied by Saturday Night Live, MAD Magazine and animated on Youtube. He even has a sushi roll named after him at the Luxor Hotel and Casino.