Born on June 21 1989, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Teferi is an Editor and Producer best known for his debut feature film The Bandit Hound (2016). He majored in computer science and moved to Los Angeles to pursue filmmaking.
He won a partial scholarship from Michelle Danner’s Los Angeles Acting School. Within two years in Hollywood, he was able to star in his own web series, and become a producer and editor in major Hollywood films working along side such directors as the legendary Henry Jaglom and Michelle Danner.
His latest projects include The Bandit Hound (2016), which is a feature length independent family film about a lovable dog that steals cash to support its adoptive family. His credits include Co-producer, Editor, and playing the role of the dog keeper. His short film, No Actors Allowed (2014), was the official selection on Cinema At The Edge film festival in 2014.