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1. Max Martini Max Martini Actor, 13 Hours After starting out at the Neighborhood Playhouse in New York City, Martini eventually finished his training with the esteemed acting coach Michael Howard. During his studies, he co-founded New York-based "Theater North Collaborative". TNC is a theater company comprised of American and Canadian actors...
2. Peter Bogdanovich Peter Bogdanovich Actor, The Last Picture Show After spending most of his teens studying acting with the legendary Stella Adler, and working as an actor in live TV and various theaters around the country, including the New York and the American Shakespeare Festivals, Peter Bogdanovich at age 20 began directing plays Off-Broadway and in N.Y. summer theater...
3. Ross Partridge Ross Partridge Actor, The Lost World: Jurassic Park
4. Larry Cohen Larry Cohen Writer, Phone Booth Larry Cohen was born July 15, 1941, in Kingston, New York, a small town north of New York City. At a young age, his family moved to the Riverdale section of the Bronx, and he eventually majored in film at the historic City College of New York, graduating in 1963. An independent maverick who got his start in studio-based television...
5. Robert Hutton Robert Hutton Actor, The Steel Helmet The son of a hardware merchant and cousin of Woolworth heiress Barbara Hutton, Robert Hutton was born in Kingston, New York, and attended Blair Academy in New Jersey. For several seasons the future film actor was a leading man and director with the Woodstock Playhouse stock company in New York. He...
6. Chick Chandler Chick Chandler Actor, Soldiers of Fortune
7. Paul Kreppel Paul Kreppel Actor, It's a Living Mr. Kreppel is a 2007 Tony Award winner best known for his television acting work. He is an honored Alum of Emerson College and began his career in 1968 with the Boston Improvisational theatre group, "The Proposition". Other performing members of the group included Jane Curtin, Judith Kahan, Josh Mostel...
8. Ron Suskind Ron Suskind Self, The World According to Dick Cheney
9. Michael Currie Michael Currie Actor, Halloween III: Season of the Witch Character actor Michael Currie was born Herman Christian Schwenk Jr. on July 24, 1928 in Kingston, New York. His parents were Herman C. Schwenk and Mabel Lockwood. Currie was the youngest of three children. He attended Kingston High School, where he sang in the a cappella choir and played football. Michael worked in his family business Schwenk's Bakery during the summer and on weekends...
10. Vincent Peone Vincent Peone Cinematographer, CollegeHumor Originals Vincent Peone is an award winning director, writer, and cinematographer. He was one of the founding members of CollegeHumor's original content department, directing over 2,000 videos in his seven years as staff director, with combined total viewership in the several billions. Vincent now writes and directs television, commercials, and feature films.
11. Sherry Hormann Sherry Hormann Director, Desert Flower
12. Jennifer Delora Jennifer Delora Actress, New York's Finest Dr. Delora is still very active working as a writer, actor, specialty technical adviser, consultant, who is regularly contacted for advice and consulting for all aspects of the Entertainment Industry. An award winning specialist in working on projects involving deaf story lines, deaf characters, deaf/hard of hearing actors and sign language...
13. Lukas Colombo Lukas Colombo Cinematographer, I Love You Lukas Colombo received a Bachelor of Science degree in Cinema/Television and was honored as the Outstanding Graduate in Journalism and Entertainment Media in 2010 from Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach, Florida. His passion for filmmaking began in 2007 with extensive experience in post-production as the Avid studio manager and technician for the University...
14. Jane Ball Jane Ball Actress, The Keys of the Kingdom
15. Thymaya Payne Thymaya Payne Director, Stolen Seas Thymaya Payne graduated with a B.A. in English from the University of Chicago in 1999, where he was the commencement speaker alongside President Bill Clinton. After college, he went on to gain extensive production experience in the New York City fashion photography world. Thymaya wrote the feature screenplay...
16. Ed Kenney Ed Kenney Actor, The Butcher's Wife
17. Lewis Arlt Lewis Arlt Actor, Another World
18. Selena V. Raffaele Selena V. Raffaele Actress, Losing My Soul
19. Daniel Ball Daniel Ball Actor, Last Summer
20. Sarai Howard Sarai Howard Soundtrack, American Reunion
21. Jon Porter Jon Porter Art Department, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
22. Michael Paxton Michael Paxton Producer, Ayn Rand: A Sense of Life Michael Paxton holds an M.F.A. from NYU's Graduate Institute of Film & Television. After his thesis film, "Forbidden Fruit" won numerous awards at the NYU film festival, he moved to Los Angeles and began working for Walt Disney's Feature Animation Department in 1989 during the production of "The Little...
23. Walter Clinton Walter Clinton Actor, Held by the Enemy
24. Adam Gersh Adam Gersh Actor, Three Picture Deal
25. Chris Coats Chris Coats Director, The Waiting Game
26. Seaman Jacobs Seaman Jacobs Writer, The Red Skelton Hour
27. Nancy Eckels Nancy Eckels Second Unit Director or Assistant Director, The Bold and the Beautiful
28. Monty Stickles Monty Stickles Self, The NFL on CBS He was All-American College Football player at Notre Dame. As a Senior, he was 9th in Heisman voting in 1959. He was a first round draft pick (11th overall) in 1960. Played Tight End for the San Francisco 49ers from 1960 to 1967 and New Orleans Saints in 1968. He was known during his career in Football for his ferocity...
29. Ray Farkas Ray Farkas Producer, American Almanac
30. T. George McArdle T. George McArdle Visual Effects, Interstellar T. George McArdle, born Timothy George McArdle in Kingston, New York in 1970, is a writer and director of Independent Film. His film productions include "Four" (Screenwriter) and "Spin Slowly" (Screenwriter / Director). McArdle started in entertainment as a professional musician writing lyrics and playing drums...
31. Derek J. Balling Derek J. Balling Producer, Saving 'Star Wars'
32. Fred DeRuvo Fred DeRuvo Actor, Just Under a Million Whether on stage or in front of a movie camera, Fred thoroughly enjoys the rich experience of acting. Fred has had the privilege of portraying a variety of distinguished and diverse characters in both venues. Fred is SAG eligible. Never one to sit on his laurels, Fred has ventured into writing screenplays and recently finished writing his first script titled...
33. Robert Craft Robert Craft Soundtrack, Rise of the Guardians
34. Louis Puster Louis Puster Actor, Cooper's Point
35. Brian Baschnagel Brian Baschnagel Self, NFL Monday Night Football
36. Paul Borst Paul Borst Actor, Frozen River
37. Amanda Bonavita Amanda Bonavita Art Department, Down to the Bone
38. Sean W. Gallagher Sean W. Gallagher Sound Department, Vincent: A Life in Color
39. Marcia Zwilling Marcia Zwilling Miscellaneous Crew, George Burns Comedy Week
40. Danielle Breithaupt Danielle Breithaupt
41. Billy Costello Billy Costello Actor, Heart
42. Elinor Chipp Elinor Chipp Writer, The Amazing Wife
43. Edward T. Reiff Jr. Edward T. Reiff Jr. Special Effects, Fight Club
44. Maud Petersham Maud Petersham Writer, Circus Baby
45. Joseph H. Hazen Joseph H. Hazen Producer, Roustabout
46. Nathania Johnson Nathania Johnson Actress, How to Be a Girl
47. Jason Buckley Jason Buckley Director, Washington Interns Gone Bad Jason Buckley got into filmmaking somewhat by accident. During the 2000 election cycle, he was working as a web producer for the Democratic National Committee. He watched the birth of the independent media movement during the World Trade Organization protests in Seattle. A few months later he saw it firsthand...
47 names.