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  • AKA Zen Brant Gesner
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  • Full Name / Real Name: Zen Brant Gesner

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Today, Zen Gesner has transitioned into more of a producer role behind the camera with his Good Surf Productions co-founder Rob Moran. A third-generation surfer, Gesner has passed on that torch to his sons, Finn, 15, Rory, 11, and Tuck, 9. Gesner filmed a handful of five-minute behind-the-scenes featurettes for the Farrelly brothers’ latest film, “The Three Stooges,” an homage to the iconic slapstick trio that is currently topping the DVD and Blu-ray charts. Gesner and Moran also created the just-released shorts (narrated by the brothers) with a skeleton crew, capturing the behind-the-scenes craft and chaos.

Zen Gesner was born on June 23, 1970 in Van Nuys, California, USA as Zen Brant Gesner. He is an actor and producer, known for (1970), (1994) and (2001). He has been married to since 1995. They have three children.


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You are so proud and generous, Zen Gesner, that the power of your love contains in itself your vulnerability. However, this is precisely what makes you charming and original. You are loyal and straightforward and you need to love as much as you need to be loved. Both feelings are tightly linked and there is a real danger that love is broken up by trivial misunderstandings, just because your touchiness is affected. You are demonstrative, brilliant, and even dramatic, with a legendary generosity. For you, everything is, or must be, excessive: gestures of love towards your partner, your presents, your comfort and the luxury, which marks your outings and your travels. You are physically a lion, at least, you have its sexual appetite; you are voluptuous and passionate. Flexibility is the only thing that is out of your reach, in the ways you show your love, as well as in your responses to annoying events.