Confessions of a Womanizer

Confessions of a Womanizer (also known as Confessions of a Sex Addict) is a 2014 American comedy-drama film directed and written by Miguel Ali[1] and starring Gary Busey, C. Thomas Howell, Andrew Lawrence, and Jillian Rose Reed.

Confessions of a Womanizer
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Film poster
Directed byMiguel Ali
Produced by
  • Erick Crespo
  • Julia Haye
  • Rosalinda Morales
  • Pauline Ocon
  • Tim Schaaf
  • Jennie Marie Virgilio
Written byMiguel Ali
Story byMiguel Ali
Music byLeland Cox
CinematographyErick M. Crespo
Edited byBrad E. Wilhite
  • Mogar Pictures
  • Conquistador Films
  • Tower 8 Pictures
  • Rabia
  • Harbor House Films
Distributed byHarbor House Films
Release date
Running time
90 minutes
CountryUnited States


Richie (Andrew Lawrence) is an arrogant guy whose only priority is a new girl every week, until he finds himself in a real relationship with Megan (Jillian Rose Reed).[2] It causes him to confess his womanizing and how it was sparked by a scar caused years ago. His new best friend, Ginger, a transgender prostitute, helps bring these wounds to the surface.



In September 2012, The Hollywood Reporter announced that Jillian Rose Reed would star as Richie's love interest.[2] Filming took place at the Silver Dream Factory Studio in Laguna Hills, California, and at the Harbor House Diner in Sunset Beach, California.


Confessions of a Womanizer is opening nationwide with AMC Theatres on October 14, 2016.[3]


Confessions of a Womanizer screened at 30 film festivals and won 10 awards.[4] Kelly Mantle, who is genderfluid, made history when the film's producers sought both supporting actor and supporting actress consideration for their performance and The Academy granted the request.[5]


  1. ^ "Confessions of a Womanizer". Turner Classic Movies. Retrieved April 25, 2016.
  2. ^ a b Philiana Ng (September 12, 2012). "'Awkward' Actress to Star in Indie Relationship Comedy". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved February 23, 2015.
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  5. ^ Tapley, Kristopher (9 December 2016). "Gender-Fluid Actor Kelly Mantle Makes Oscar History". Variety. Retrieved 10 December 2016.

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