Call me Dix


Dixon Prewitt is a classically trained actor who has portrayed characters on film ranging from a grieving husband becoming a single father to a murderous thief in a Sci-Fi universe. He has also played several representative roles by Arthur Miller, Eugene O'Neill, and Oscar Wilde.

While studying Miesner at the two-year acting conservatory, Baron Brown, Dixon worked closely with the school's founders, Joanne Baron and D.W. Brown, developing a solid understanding of his craft. In addition to his training, he attended multiple masterclasses to develop his on-camera technique and attended numerous voice, dialect, and movement workshops to broaden his skill set.

Most recently, Dixon has gained experience acting against an LED Volume Wall as the lead in a Sci-Fi Drama set to release in March 2023.

Before devoting his life to Acting, Dixon gained valuable life experience moving thirty times around the United States, backpacking through Europe, and exploring multiple careers. Initially working as an apprentice to a master antique furniture conservator in Charleston, South Carolina, Dixon learned the art of restoring antiques from the Colonial Era. Recognizing his creative dreams expanded well beyond the walls of their tiny workshop, Dixon went on to study advertising and design at a portfolio school in Atlanta before landing his first creative job at Twitter in San Francisco. After four years of working at Twitter and climbing the ranks to lead Art Director for Twitter Social in Los Angeles, he set out again in 2021 to pursue an even deeper creative passion for Acting.

"I love the processes of becoming, and I’d love to become whoever you need me to be."