36 names.

Len Wiseman

Filmmaker Len Wiseman's career began through his work in the art department on the blockbuster hits like Godzilla, Men in Black, and Independence Day. His design talents soon got him behind the camera directing commercials for PlayStation, Time Warner, Oracle, Intel, and Activision, and quickly lead to work in music videos. Len received numerous award nominations, including Best Art Direction at the 2002 MTV Awards for Quarashi's Screaming Masterpiece (aka Stick 'Em Up) and Best Director at the 2002 MVPA Awards for the Rufus Wainwright video "Across the Universe." In addition, Wiseman directed music videos for Megadeth, En Vogue, Static-X, Paul Oakenfold and Brooke Allison.

Antonique Smith

Antonique is an acclaimed actor and a 2015 Grammy nominated singer and writer. She is most famous for her starring role of Faith Evans in "Notorious" where she received rave reviews and was praised by critics, including Jeffery Lyons who called her "one to watch". .

Antonique first garnered attention in her buzz-worthy leading role in "Rent" on Broadway as Mimi Marquez. She then became the international poster girl for the show.

Antonique played CIA agent Sandra Burns in Abduction opposite Taylor Lautner and Alfred Molina and in "Yelling To The Sky", playing the starring role of Ola O'Hara, opposite Zoe Kravitz, Jason Clarke and Gabourey Sidibe.

Antonique had a featured role in the Golden Globe nominated "Across The Universe" and has also guest starred on numerous hit TV shows including Law & Order and HBO's Bored To Death and the Sidney Lumet directed "100 Centre Street".

Antonique recently wrapped two films slated for fall 2015 and early 2016 releases. The first, a romantic comedy called "Stock Option", starring Antonique, along with Tasha Smith, Amin Joseph and Aaron Spears and a crime drama called "Deuces" co starring Larenz Tate, Lance Gross and Meagan Good.

Sidney Lumet gave Antonique her first job. She played a teen drug addict.

Antonique is shocking the world with the release of her first official single 'Hold Up Wait A Minute (Woo Woo)' stemming from her successful Kickstarter campaign where Smith raised over $50,000 in 30 days from her fans. 'Hold Up Wait A Minute (Woo Woo)' is the Grammy nominated, edgy, up­tempo, future meets retro, soul pleaser that is rising up the charts!

Antonique is following the career path of Barbra Streisand, Diana Ross and Whitney Houston; pursuing a career in film while also continuing to make her dream of a Grammy-winning recording career into the most amazing of realities.

Paul McCartney

Sir Paul McCartney is a key figure in contemporary culture as a singer, composer, poet, writer, artist, humanitarian, entrepreneur, and holder of more than 3 thousand copyrights. He is in the "Guinness Book of World Records" for most records sold, most #1s (shared), most covered song, "Yesterday," largest paid audience for a solo concert (350,000+ people, in 1989, in Brazil). He is considered one of the most successful entertainers of all time.

He was born James Paul McCartney on June 18, 1942, in Liverpool General Hospital, where his mother, Mary Patricia (Mohin), was a medical nurse and midwife. His father, James "Jim" McCartney, was a cotton salesman and a pianist leading the Jim Mac's Jazz Band in Liverpool. He has Irish and English ancestry. Young McCartney was raised non-denominational. He studied music and art, and had a happy childhood with one younger brother, Michael. At age 11, he was one of only four students who passed the 11+ exam, known as "the scholarship" in Liverpool, and gained a place at Liverpool Institute for Boys. There he studied from 1953 to 1960, earning A level in English and Art.

At the age of 14, Paul McCartney was traumatized by his mother's sudden death from breast cancer. Shortly afterward, he wrote his first song. In July 1957 he met John Lennon during their performances at a local church fête (festival). McCartney impressed Lennon with his mastery of guitar and singing in a variety of styles. He soon joined Lennon's band, The Quarrymen, and eventually became founding member of The Beatles, with the addition of George Harrison and Pete Best. After a few gigs in Hamburg, Germany, the band returned to Liverpool and played regular gigs at the Cavern during 1961.

In November 1961, they invited Brian Epstein to be their manager, making a written agreement in January 1962. At that time McCartney and Harrison were under 21, so the paper wasn't technically legal, albeit it did not matter to them. What mattered was their genuine trust in Epstein. He improved their image, secured them a record deal with EMI, and replaced drummer Best with Ringo Starr. With a little help from Brian Epstein and George Martin, The Beatles consolidated their talents and mutual stimulation into beautiful teamwork, launching the most successful career in the history of entertainment.

The Beatles contributed to music, film, literature, art, and fashion, made a continuous impact on entertainment, popular culture and the lifestyle of several generations. Music became their ticket to ride around the world. Beatlemania never really ended since its initiation; it became a movable feast in many hearts and minds, a sweet memory of youth, when all you need is love and a little help from a friend to be happy. Their songs and images carrying powerful ideas of love, peace, help, and imagination evoked creativity and liberation that outperformed the rusty Soviet propaganda and contributed to breaking walls in the minds of millions, thus making impact on human history.

All four members of The Beatles were charismatic and individually talented artists, they sparked each other from the beginning. Paul McCartney had the privilege of a better musical education, having studied classical piano and guitar in his childhood. He progressed as a lead vocalist and multi-instrumentalist, as well as a singer-songwriter. In addition to singing and songwriting, Paul McCartney played bass guitar, acoustic and electric guitars, piano and keyboards, as well as over 40 other musical instruments.

McCartney wrote more popular hits for the Beatles than other members of the band. His songs Yesterday, Let It Be, Hey Jude, Blackbird, All My Loving, Eleanor Rigby, Birthday, I Saw Her Standing There, I Will, Get Back, Carry That Weight, P.S. I Love You, Things We Said Today, "Hello, Goodbye," Two of Us, Why Don't We Do It in the Road?, Helter Skelter, Honey Pie, When I'm 64, Lady Madonna, She's a Woman, Maxwell's Silver Hammer, "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da," Mother Nature's Son, Long And Winding Road, Rocky Raccoon, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, The Fool on the Hill, You Never Give Me Your Money, Your Mother Should Know, The End, Yellow Submarine, and many others are among the Beatles' best hits. Yesterday is considered the most covered song in history with over three thousand versions of it recorded by various artists across the universe.

Since he was a teenager, McCartney honored the agreement that was offered by John Lennon in 1957, about the 50/50 authorship of every song written by either one of them. However, both were teenagers, and technically, being under 21, their oral agreement had no legal power. Still, almost 200 songs by The Beatles are formally credited to both names, regardless of the fact that most of the songs were written individually. The songwriting partnership of John Lennon and Paul McCartney was really working until the mid-60s, when they collaborated in many of their early songs. Their jamming on a piano together led to creation of their first best-selling hit 'I Want to Hold Your Hand' in 1963.

In total, The Beatles created over 240 songs, they recorded many singles and albums, made several films and TV shows. Thousands of memorable pictures popularized their image. In their evolution from beginners to the leaders of entertainment, they learned from many world cultures, absorbed from various styles, and created their own. McCartney's own range of interests spanned from classical music and English folk ballads to Indian raga and other Oriental cultures, and later expanded into psychedelic experiments and classical-sounding compositions. His creative search has been covering a range of styles from jazz and rock to symphonies and choral music, and to cosmopolitan cross-cultural and cross-genre compositions.

Epstein's 1967 death hurt all four members of The Beatles, as they lost their creative manager. Evolution of each member's creativity and musicianship also led to individual career ambitions, however, their legacy as The Beatles remained the main driving force in their individual careers ever since. McCartney and The Beatles made impact on human history, because their influence has been liberating for generations of nowhere men living in misery beyond the Iron Curtain.

Something in their songs and images appealed to everybody who wanted to become free as a bird. Their songs carrying powerful ideas of real love, peace, help, imagination and freedom evoked creativity and contributed to breaking chains and walls in the minds of millions. The Beatles expressed themselves in beautiful and liberating words of love, happiness, freedom, and revolution, and carried those messages to people across the universe. Their songs and images helped many freedom-loving people to come together for revolutions in Prague and Warsaw, Beijing and Bucharest, Berlin and Moscow. The Beatles has been an inspiration for those who take the long and winding road to freedom.

McCartney was 28 when he started his solo career, and formed his new band, Wings. His first solo album, "McCartney," was a #1 hit and spawned the evergreen ballad "Maybe I'm Amazed", yet critical reaction was mixed. He continued to release music with Wings, that eventually became one of the most commercially successful groups of the 70s. "Band on the Run" won two Grammy Awards and remained the Wings' most lauded work. The 1977 release "Mull of Kintyre" stayed at #1 in the UK for nine weeks, and was highest selling single in the UK for seven years. In 1978 McCartney's theme "Rockestra" won him another Grammy Award. In 1979, together with Elvis Costello, he organized Concerts for the People of Kampuchea. In 1979, McCartney released his solo album "Wonderful Christmastime" which remained popular ever since.

In 1980 McCartney was arrested in Tokyo, Japan, for marijuana possession, and after a ten-day stint in jail, he was released to a media firestorm. He retreated into seclusion after the arrest, and was comforted by his wife Linda. Yet he had another traumatic experience when his ex-band-mate, John Lennon, was shot dead by a crazed fan near his home in New York City on December 8, 1980. McCartney did not play any live concerts for some time because he was nervous that he would be "the next" to be murdered.

After almost a year of absence from the music scene, McCartney returned in 1982 with the album "Tug of War," which was well received by public and enjoyed great critical acclaim. He continued a successful career as a solo artist, collaborated with wife Linda McCartney, and writers such as Elvis Costello. During the 80s, McCartney released such hits as 'No More Lonely Nights' and his first compilation, "All the Best." In 1989, he started his first concert tour since the John Lennon's murder.

In 1994, the three surviving members of The Beatles, McCartney, Harrison, and Starr, reunited and produced Lennon's previously unknown song "Free as a Bird." It was preserved by Yoko Ono on a tape recording made by Lennon in 1977. The song was re-arranged and re-mixed by George Martin at the Abbey Road Studios with the voices of three surviving members. The Beatles Anthology TV documentary series was watched by 420 million people in 1995.

During the 1990s McCartney concentrated on composing classical works for the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society, such as "The Liverpool Oratorio" involving a choir and symphony, and "A Leaf" solo-piano project, both released in 1995. That same year he was working on a new pop album, "Flaming Pie," when his wife Linda was diagnosed with breast cancer, and caring for his wife during her illness meant only sporadic public appearances during that time. The album was released in 1997 to both critical and commercial success, debuting at #2 on both the UK and US pop charts. That same year he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II as Sir Paul McCartney for his services to music.

In April 1998, Linda McCartney, his beloved wife of almost 30 years, mother of their four children, and his steady partner in music, died of breast cancer. McCartney suffered from a severe depression and undergone medical treatment. He spent much of the next year away from the public eye, emerging only to campaign on behalf of his late wife for animal rights and vegetarian causes.

He eventually returned to the studio, releasing an album of rock n'roll covers in 1999. "Run Devil Run" made both Entertainment Weekly and USA Today's year-end top ten lists. McCartney also slowly returned to the public spotlight with the release of his another classical album, "Working Classical" in November 1999, in recording by the London Symphony Orchestra. His 2000 release "A Garland for Linda" was a choral tribute album, which raised funds to aid cancer survivors.

In 2000 he was invited by Heather Mills, a disabled ex-model, to her 32nd birthday. McCartney wrote songs dedicated to her, he and Mills developed a romantic relationship and became engaged in 2001. However, the year brought him a cascade of traumatic experiences. On September 11, 2001, Paul McCartney was sitting on a plane in New York when the World Trade Center tragedy occurred in front of his eyes, and he was able to witness the events from his seat. Yet there was another sadness, as his former band-mate George Harrison died of cancer in November, 2001.

Recouperating from the stressful year, McCartney received the 2002 Academy Award-nomination for the title song to the movie Vanilla Sky, and also went on his first concert tour in several years. In June, 2002, Sir Paul McCartney and Heather Mills married in a castle in Monaghan, Ireland. Their daughter, Beatrice Milly McCartney, was born in October 2003. Four years later, the high profile marriage ended in divorce, after a widely publicized litigation. "Whenever you're going through difficult times, I'm at the moment, it's really cool to be able to escape into music" says Paul McCartney.

In 2003 Paul McCartney rocked the Red Square in Moscow with his show "Back in USSR" which was attended by his former opponents from the former Soviet KGB, including the Russian president Vladimir Putin himself, who invited McCartney to be the guest of honor in the Kremlin. In 2004 Paul McCartney received a birthday present from the Russian president. In June 2004, he and Heather Mills-McCartney stayed as special guests at suburban Royal Palaces of Russian Tsars in St. Petersburg, Russia. There he staged a spectacular show near the Tsar's Winter Palace in St. Petersburg where the Communist Revolution took place, just imagine.

In 2005 the Entertainment magazine poll named The Beatles the most iconic entertainers of the 20th Century. In 2006, the guitar on which Paul McCartney played his first chords and impressed John Lennon, was sold at an auction for over $600,000.

On June 18, 2006, Paul McCartney celebrated his 64th birthday, as in his song "when I'm Sixty-Four." McCartney's celebrity status, made it a cultural milestone for a generation of those born in the baby-boom era who grew up with the music of The Beatles during the 1960s. The prophetic message in the song has been intertwined with McCartney's personal life and his career.

In 2007 McCartney left his longtime label, EMI, and signed with Los Angeles based Hear Music. He learned to play mandolin to create a refreshing feeling for his latest album "Memory Almost Full," then appeared in Apple Computer's commercial for iPod+iTunes to promote the album. In June 2007 McCartney appeared together with Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono, Olivia Harrison and Guy Laliberté in a live broadcast from the "Revolution" Lounge at the Mirage Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.

His 3-DVD set "The McCartney Years" with over 40 music videos and hours of Historic Live Performances was released in November 2007. His classical album "Ecco Cor Meum" (aka.. Behold My Heart), recorded with the Academy of St. Martin of the Fields and the boys of King's college Choir, was voted Classical Album of the Year in 2007. That same year, Paul McCartney began dating Nancy Shevell. The couple married in 2011, in London. Sir Paul's "On the Run Tour" once again took him flying across world from July through December 2011 giving sold out concerts in the USA, Canada, UK, United Arab Emirates, Italy, France, Germany, Sweden, Finland and Russia.

In July 2012, Paul McCartney rocked the opening ceremony of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. He delivered a live performance of The Beatles's timeless hit "Hey Jude" and engaged the crowd of people from all over the world to join his band in a sing along finale. The show was seen by a live audience of close to 80000 people at the Olympic Park Stadium in addition to an estimated TV audience of two billion people worldwide.

On the long and winding road of his life and career, Sir Paul McCartney has been a highly respected entertainer and internationally regarded public figure.

Harry Lennix

Harry Lennix is an accomplished film, television, and stage actor. His recent credits include Warner Bros.' "Man of Steel", The CW's "Emily Owens, M.D.", Fox's "Dollhouse," HBO's "Little Britain," as well as the critically acclaimed series "24" as Walid Al-Rezani.

Harry Joseph Lennix III was born November 16, 1964 in Chicago, Illinois, to Lillian C. (Vines), a laundress, and Harry Lennix, Jr., a machinist. He is of African-American and Louisiana Creole descent. He was not always certain he wanted to be an actor. An A student, he decided to act in his high school's play while he waited for the baseball season to begin. Lennix attended Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, where he was recognized in "Who's Who Among American College Students." He majored in Acting and Direction at Northwestern and upon graduation stayed teaching in Chicago for a bit, before moving to New York, and from there to Los Angeles, California.

He has appeared in a veritable bevy of movies and guest-starring roles in many popular television shows such as ER, Diagnosis Murder, Century City, and House M.D..

Lennix made his Broadway debut in August Wilson's Tony nominated play, Radio Golf. He was seen on the big screen in Working Title's "State of Play." In 2006, Lennix starred in the Golden Globe nominated ABC show "Commander in Chief" as Jim Gardner, the Chief of Staff. His other appearances include the Oscar winning film "Ray," "The Matrix: Reloaded," and "The Matrix: Revolutions." Lennix received critical acclaim and a Golden Satellite Award as Aaron in Julie Taymor's "Titus" starring Anthony Hopkins. A host of other film credits include "Across the Universe," "Barbershop 2," and "Love and Basketball." Lennix starred his as the legendary Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. in Showtime's "Keep The Faith Baby," for which he won a Black Reel Award and was nominated for both an NAACP Image Award and a Golden Satellite Award. He continued to make his presence known with recurring roles on "ER" and "Diagnosis Murder" and other guest starring appearances on shows such as "Law & Order: Los Angeles." Lennix has directed and appeared in stage productions across the country, including the Northlight Theater Company's production of Permanent Collection, at the Greenway Arts Alliance in Los Angeles. Under his directing consultation, it was remounted at Los Angeles' Kirk Douglas Theater.

He directed the stage version of Robert Townsend's The Five Heartbeats, which received 3 NAACP Theater Award nominations and The Glass Menagerie for the Steppenwolf Theater Company. As a stage actor, Lennix was the first distinguished recipient of an Ollie Award for his portrayal of Malcolm X at the Goodman Theater in Chicago and two Joseph Jefferson Citations for his roles in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom and Caught in the Act. He also starred as King Hedley II, another play by August Wilson, at the Mark Taper Forum. In 2001, he was part of the first American company to be invited to the Royal Shakespeare Company in the production of Cymbeline. Lennix has also been extremely active in his native Chicago community where he was an English and music teacher before becoming an actor.

He founded Legacy Productions with renowned director Chuck Smith in 1989. The company is dedicated to promoting significant works about the African American experience. He is on the staff of the Goodman Theater Co. He also is active in various civic groups and is on the Advisory Council for his alma mater, Northwestern University.

He resides in Los Angeles. Harry has two older brothers and an older sister, and often returns to Chicago to visit his remaining family.

The Beatles

The Beatles were an English rock band that became arguably the most successful act of the 20th century. They contributed to music, film, literature, art, and fashion, made a continuous impact on popular culture and the lifestyle of several generations. Their songs and images carrying powerful ideas of love, peace, help, and imagination evoked creativity and liberation that outperformed the rusty Soviet propaganda and contributed to breaking walls in the minds of millions, thus making impact on human history.

In July of 1957, in Liverpool, 'Paul McCartney (I)' met John Lennon. Both were teenagers. Paul impressed John with his mastery of acoustic guitar, and was invited to join Lennon's group, The Quarrymen. George Harrison joined them in February of 1958. In 1959 they played regular gigs at a club called The Casbah. They were joined by vocalist Stuart Sutcliffe, and by drummer Peter Best, whose mother owned The Casbah club. Early incarnations of the band included The Quarrymen, Johnny & the Moon Dogs, and The Silver Beetles. John Lennon dreamed up the band's final name, The Beatles, a mix of beat with beetle. In 1960 The Beatles toured in Hamburg, Germany. There they were joined by Ringo Starr, who previously played with Rory Storm and the Hurricanes. In Hamburg, The Beatles made their first studio work as a backing band for singer Tony Sheridan's recordings for the German Polydor label, however, in the credits the band's name was changed to The Beat Brothers. From February 1961 to August 1963, The Beatles played a regular gig at the Cavern. They were paid five pounds for their first show, rising to three hundred pounds per show in 1963. In two and a half years The Beatles gave 262 shows at the Cavern in Liverpool.

Brian Epstein was invited to be the manager of the Beatles in November 1961. His diplomatic way of dealing with the Beatles and with their previous manager resulted in a December 10, 1961, meeting, where it was decided that Epstein would manage the band. A 5-year management contract was signed by four members at then-drummer Pete Best's home on January 24, 1962. Epstein did not put his signature on it, giving the musicians the freedom of choice. At that time McCartney and Harrison were under 21, so the paper wasn't technically legal. None of them realized this and it did not matter to them. What mattered was their genuine trust in Epstein. He changed their early image for the good. Brian Epstein made them wear suits and ties, classic shoes, and newer haircuts. They were advised to update their manners on stage and quit eating and drinking in public. Brian Epstein worked hard on both the Beatles' image and public relations. He improved their image enough to make them accepted by the conservative media. Most if not all of their communication off-stage was managed by Brian Epstein.

On January 1, 1962, The Beatles came to London and recorded fifteen songs at the Decca Records. They were not hired, but the material helped them later. During the year 1962, they made several trips to London and auditioned for various labels. In May of 1962 Epstein canceled the group's contract with Tony Sheridan and the German label. Brian Epstein was persistent in trying to sign a record deal for the Beatles, even after being rejected by every major record label in UK, like Columbia, Philips, Oriole, Decca, and Pye. Epstein transferred a demo tape to disc with HMV technician Jim Foy, who liked their song and referred it to Parlophone's George Martin. On June 6, 1962, at the Abbey Road studios, they passed Martin's audition with the exception of Pete Best. George Martin liked them, but recommended the change of a drummer. Being asked by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and George Harrison; Epstein fired Pete Best. After a mutual decision the band was completed with Ringo Starr, who duly became the fourth Beatle. In September of 1962 The Beatles recorded their first hit Love Me Do, which charted in UK, and reached the top of the US singles chart.

London became their new home since 1963. On February 11, 1963, The Beatles recorded the entire album 'Please, Please me' in one day, working non-stop during ten-hour studio session. In May and June, 1963, the band made a tour with Roy Orbison. In August of 1963, their single She Loves You became a super hit. Their October 1963 performance at the London Palladium made them famous in Great Britain and initiated the Beatlemania in the UK. The show at the London Palladium was broadcast live and seen by twelve million viewers. Then, in November 1962, The Beatles gave a charity concert at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London. There, performing for the rich and famous, John Lennon made his famous announcement: Would the people in the cheaper seats clap your hands? And the rest of you, if you'll just rattle your jewelry.

In early performances the Beatles included popular songs from the 40s and 50s. They played rock-n-roll and R&B-based pop songs while they gradually worked on developing a style of their own. Their mixture of rock-n-roll, skiffle, blues, country, soul, and a simplified version of 1930s jazz resulted in several multi-genre and cross-style sounding songs. They admitted their interest in the music of Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley, Little Richard and other entertainers of the 40s, 50s and early 60s. Beatles' distinctive vocals were sometimes reminiscent of the Everly Brothers' tight harmonies. By 1965 their style absorbed ethnic music influences from India and other Oriental cultures, and later expanded into psychedelic experiments and classical-sounding compositions. Their creative search covered a range of styles from jazz and rock to a cosmopolitan cross-cultural and cross-genre compositions.

Initially the Beatles were a guitars and drums band. In the course of their career every member became a multi-instrumentalist. George Harrison played the lead guitar and also introduced such exotic instruments as ukulele, Indian sitars, flutes, tabla, darbouka, and tampur drums. John Lennon played a variety of guitars, keyboards, harmonicas and horns. Paul McCartney played bass guitar, acoustic and electric guitars, piano and keyboards, as well as over 40 other musical instruments. The Beatles were the first popular band that used a classical touch of strings and keyboard instruments; their producer George Martin scored Baroque orchestrations in several songs, such as Yesterday, Eleanor Rigby, In My Life, and a full orchestra in Sgt. Pepper. John Lennon and Paul McCartney played piano in many of their songs. Their jamming on a piano together led to creation of their best-selling hit I Want to Hold Your Hand in 1963.

At first the Beatles were rejected by Dick Clark after testing a recording of their song on his show. Then Brian Epstein approached Ed Sullivan, who discussed them with Walter Cronkite after seeing them on his CBS Evening News in 1963. Brian Epstein also managed to get their music played by influential radio stations in Washington and New York. The US consumer reaction was peaking, a single 'I Want to Hold Your Hand' was released in December 1963 by the Capitol Records. Their sensational tour in the USA began with three TV shows at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York, in February of 1964. After that The Beatles endured several years of extremely intensive recording, filming, and touring. They stopped public performances after 1966, but continued their recording contracts. By 1985 The Beatles had sold over one billion records. Music became their ticket to ride around the world. Beatlemania never really ended since its initiation. It still lives as a movable feast in many hearts and minds, as a sweet memory of youth, when all you need is love and a little help from a friend to be happy.

The Beatles' first two feature films, A Hard Day's Night (1964) and Help (1965), were made in collaboration with an American director, Richard Lester. Their humorous, ironic, and farcical film performances are reminiscent of the Marx Brothers' comedies. Later The Beatles moved into the area of psychedelic innovations with the animated film Yellow Submarine (1966). Their surrealistic TV movie The Magical Mystery Tour (1967) became the cause for the first major criticism of their work in the British press. Their film music was also released as studio albums. Original music by The Beatles as well as re-makes of their songs has been also used, often uncredited, in music scores of feature films and documentaries. Some of The Beatles concert and studio performances were filmed on several occasions and were later edited and released after the band's dissolution. In 1999 the remastered and remixed film The Beatles Yellow Submarine Adventure delighted a younger audience with incredible animation and songs.

All four members were charismatic and individually talented artists, they sparked each other from the beginning. Eventually they made a much better group effort under the thorough management by Brian Epstein. His coaching helped consolidate their talents and mutual stimulation into beautiful teamwork. Paul McCartney had the privilege of a better musical education, having studied classical piano and guitar in his childhood. He progressed as a lead vocalist and multi-instrumentalist, as well as a singer-songwriter. McCartney wrote more songs for the Beatles than other members of the band. His songs Yesterday, Eleanor Rigby, Blackbird, When I'm 64, Let It Be are among the Beatles' best hits. Yesterday is considered the most-covered song in history with over three thousand versions of it recorded by various artists. McCartney accepted the agreement that was offered by John Lennon in 1957, about the 50/50 authorship of every song written by either one of them. Most of The Beatles' songs are formally credited to both names, regardless of the fact that many of the songs were written individually.

On June 25, 1967, The Beatles made history becoming the first band globally transmitted on TV to an estimated 400 million people worldwide. The Beatles were a segment in the first-ever worldwide satellite hook-up and their new song "All You Need Is Love" was broadcast live during the show. Two months later The Beatles lost their creative manager Brian Epstein, whose talent for problem-solving was unmatched. "That was it, the beginning of the end", said Lennon. Evolution of each member's creativity and musicianship also led to individual career ambitions.

John Lennon was experimenting with psychedelic poetry and art. His creativity was very unique and innovative. Lennon wrote Come Together, Girl, Revolution, Strawberry Fields and many other Beatles' hits. An out-of-context reprinting of Lennon's remarks on the Beatlemania phenomenon caused problems in the media. His comparison of Beatles' popularity to that of Jesus Christ was used to attack them publicly, causing cancellations of their performances and even burning of their records. Lennon had to apologize several times in press and on TV, including at a Chicago press conference. In 1967 John Lennon met Japanese artist Yoko Ono, whom he later married. George Harrison was the lead guitar player and also took sitar lessons from Ravi Shankar. Harrison had his own inner light of creativity and spirituality, he wrote Something, Taxman, I me mine, and other hits. Ringo Starr sang 'Yellow Submarine' and a few other songs. He has made a film career and also toured with his All Stars Band and released several solo albums. His 1973 release "Ringo" was the last album to feature all four living Beatles, although not on the same song.

The Beatles created over 240 songs, they recorded many singles and albums, made films and TV shows. Thousands of memorable pictures popularized their image. In their evolution from beginners to the leaders of entertainment, they learned from many world cultures, absorbed from various styles, and created their own. Their cross-style compositions covered a range of influences from English folk ballads to Indian raga; absorbing from Johann Sebastian Bach, Ludwig van Beethoven, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Elvis Presley, Everly Brothers, Little Richard, and others. The songwriting and performing talents of Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr, fused in the Beatles' music. Lennon and McCartney initiated changes in music publishing industry by breaking the Tin Pan Alley monopoly of songwriting. Their legacy became possible due to highly professional work by Brian Epstein and George Martin. In 1994 three surviving members reunited and produced Lennon's previously unknown song 'Free as a Bird'. It was preserved by Yoko Ono on a tape recording made by Lennon in 1977. The song was re-arranged and re-mixed with the voices of three surviving members. The Beatles Anthology TV documentary was watched by 420 million people in 1995.

The Beatles represent the collective consciousness of several generations. Millions of viewers and listeners across the universe became conditioned to the sounds and images of The Beatles. Their influence on the modern world never stopped. Numbers may only show the tip of the iceberg (record sales, shows admissions, top hits, etc.). As image-makers and role models they pushed boundaries in lifestyle and business, affecting customers behavior and consumption beyond the entertainment industry by turning all life into entertainment. A brilliant blend of music and lyrics in their songs made influence on many minds by carrying messages like: give peace a chance and people working it out. A message more powerful than political control, it broke through second and third world censorship and regulations and set many millions free.

Steve Jobs, being a big fan of Paul McCartney and The Beatles, referred to them on many occasions and also was interviewed on a showing of a Paul McCartney concert. When asked about his business model, Steve Jobs replied: My model for business is The Beatles: They were four guys that kept each other's negative tendencies in check; they balanced each other. And the total was greater than the sum of the parts. Great things in business are never done by one person, they are done by a team of people.

The Beatles made impact on human history, because their influence has been liberating for generations of nowhere men living in misery beyond the Iron Curtain. Something in their songs and images appealed to everybody who wanted to become free as a bird. Their songs carrying powerful ideas of real love, peace, help, and imagination evoked creativity that outperformed the rusty Soviet propaganda and contributed to breaking chains and walls in the minds of millions. The Beatles expressed themselves in beautiful and liberating words of love, happiness, freedom, and revolution, and carried those messages to people across the universe. Their songs and images helped many freedom-loving people to come together for revolutions in Prague and Warsaw, Beijing and Bucharest, Berlin and Moscow. The Beatles has been an inspiration for those who take the long and winding road to freedom.

Even after The Beatles had gone, the individual members continued to spread their message; from the concert for Bangladesh by George Harrison and Ringo Starr in 1971, to 2003 "Back in USSR" concert by Paul McCartney on the Red Square in Moscow, and his 2004 show near the Tsar's Winter Palace in St. Petersburg where the Communist Revolution took place, just imagine.

In 2005 the Entertainment magazine poll named The Beatles the most iconic entertainers of the 20th Century. In July of 2006, the guitar on which Paul McCartney played his first chords and impressed John Lennon, was sold at an auction for over $600,000.

In July 2012, Paul McCartney rocked the opening ceremony of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. He delivered a live performance of The Beatles's timeless hit "Hey Jude" and engaged the crowd of people from all over the world to join his band in a sing along finale. The show was seen by a live audience of 80000 people at the Olympic Park Stadium in addition to an estimated TV audience of two billion people worldwide.

Sarah Jayne Jensen

After winning multiple national dance titles, Sarah Jayne was signed at age 16 to BMG as a recording artist. Her pop group traveled and performed in Europe, including multiple TV performances and shows. She then began her Broadway career with roles in Fosse, Oklahoma!, Gypsy, Wonderful Town. While in New York, she fell in love with improv at UCB and Magnet Theatre. After shooting Punk'd, Across The Universe and Hairspray she decided to move to LA, booking Pushing Daisies, the lead in Center Stage: Turn It Up, and recently wrapped Seven Days in Utopia, starring Robert Duvall.

Jennifer Van Dyck

Jennifer Van Dyck was born in St. Andrews, Scotland and raised in Princeton, NJ. She graduated from Brown University with a double major in Religious Studies and Theatre Arts. She began her career at Trinity Rep under the leadership of Adrian Hall. Richard Jenkins directed her there in Arthur Miller's The Crucible and Other People's Money. She is a long time New Yorker and lives with her husband, actor Jonathan Walker.

Recent work includes guest leads on The Blacklist and Law&Order: SVU and plays by Sinan Unel (Chatal at the Huntington Summer Workshop), Howard Barker (The Castle at PTP/Atlantic Stage 2), A.R. Gurney (The Dining Room at Westport Playhouse).

Jennifer has had an extensive collaboration with playwright/actor Charles Busch and director Carl Andress creating numerous roles in various productions. Other favorite playwright collaborations include new plays by Bathsheba Doran, Sarah Schulman, Karen Zacarias, Keith Bunin, Ellen McLaughlin, Catherine Filloux, Douglas Post and Ken Weitzman.

Broadway: Hedda Gabler, Dancing at Lughnasa, Two Shakespearean Actors, The Secret Rapture. Off Broadway: Charles Busch's Judith of Bethulia at TNC, The Divine Sister at the Soho Playhouse, The Third Story at MCC, The Picture Box (NEC), Orson's Shadow (Barrow St.) The Breadwinner, The Second Man (Keen Company), Suzan Lori-Parks' 365Days/365 Plays (Barrow St./The Public), Hesh (Naked Angels), A Cheever Evening, Man in His Underwear, Gus and Al (all at Playwrights Horizons).

Recent film and television work: The Blacklist, Royal Pains, Person of Interest, Elementary, Too Big to Fail, Michael Clayton, Across the Universe, various Law & Order episodes, L&O: SVU, L&O:CI, Fringe, New Amsterdam.

Her regional credits include Trinity Rep, Old Globe, La Jolla Playhouse, Huntington, Hartford Stage, Long Wharf, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Berkshire Theatre Festival, O'Neill Playwrights Conference, Berkshire Playwrights Lab.

Jennifer's narration work encompasses radio plays for the BBC, documentary work for PBS and hundreds of audiobooks in a wide range of genres. She has received three Audiofile Magazine Earphones Awards, three Audie nominations and Salon.com's Best of 2013 for her narration of "Notes From No Man's Land" by Eula Biss.

Saycon Sengbloh

Saycon Sengbloh was born in Atlanta, GA. to an American mother and Liberian father. She has been a featured actress and vocalist in the newest generation of contemporary shows on Broadway and off-Broadway, embracing a new sound of pop, rock, & soul music and production including Rent, Oprah Winfrey's the Color Purple the musical, Disney's Aida, the new revival of Hair, Wicked, Hurt Village, & also the first Afro-beat musical, Fela! where she starred as the delicious Sandra Iszadore. She was photographed and named one of the hottest up and coming acts in the annual juice issue of VIBE magazine. "Fela!" the musical won several Tony awards! Saycon sings on the Grammy nominated soundtracks for "Fela!", "Hair", "Motown the Musical" and also provided backing vocals on the soundtrack for the Julie Taymore film "Across the Universe". The ever versatile actress brings hip-hop to Broadway in Tupac Shakur production "Holler If Ya Hear Me" including Saycon Sengbloh as a muse and rapper to a new generation of theater fans. She began performing as a kid in plays and musicals at Tri-Cities School for Visual and Performing Arts and attended Agnes Scott College and has been seen in commercials, print ads, and on the cover of the New York Times Best seller: "Big Girls Don't Cry" by Connie Brisco. After numerous productions with the Freddie Hendrick's Youth Ensemble of Atlanta. She has worked with directors Kenny Leon, Michael Greif, Charles Randolph-Wright, & Tyler Perry among others. She is very proud to have appeared in the films of female directors Julie Dash and Julie Taymore. Saycon Sengbloh has a cult following among New York theatre fans as the first woman of African descent to perform the role of Elphaba the Wicked witch of the West in Universal's hugely popular musical "Wicked" and as an indie music artist and songwriter she has released several songs available online and music videos including, "Be Here", "Warrior" and "Possible".

Vico Escorcia

Vico is a young Franco-Mexican actress. Since she was little, she enjoyed practicing sports such as Gymnastics, Tennis, Horseback Riding, and Wake Boarding. She plays Guitar and Ukulele as a hobby. Being born on a multicultural family, Vico speaks three languages; Spanish, English, and French. Her rigorous schedule made her switch to Homeschooling during her Junior Year of high school, and she will be graduating this summer through the "Bridgeway Homeschool Academy" in the state of Pennsylvania, US. Vico loves acting, especially for film. She knows that talent must be constantly reinforced by practice and learning, which is why she has taken diverse acting and singing workshops and classes with teachers such as Roberto Escobedo, Mario Zaragoza, Lorena Sarti and Viridiana Olvera. She is currently planning to continue her professional studies in the United States and France. She has taken part in various TV Shows such as: "Al Caer la Noche"; "Pacientes"; "Paramédicos"; "La Teniente"; "Milagros" (transmitted in Los Angeles, Cal.,) and in various "Lo que Callamos las Mujeres" episodes, as well as in a few commercials. Vico also did Musical Theater, participating in plays such as: "Peter-Pan"; "Scherezade"; "Across the Universe"; "Aladdin" and "Arte, Esencia de mi Ser." She has also taken parts in short films such as: "Todos los Días son Sábado," "Hola Extraño," "El Tercer Recurso," and "Revelación," as well as movies such as "Un Lobo en Apuros," and "Eddie Reynolds y los Ángeles de Acero," which will be premiering in Mexican cinemas by 2015. Her most recent project is "Texas Rising," forming part of an all-star cast and working with the amazing director Roland Joffé.

Charles Newirth

Charles Newirth most recently Executive Produced the blockbuster films Doctor Strange (2016) and Iron Man Three (2013). Newirth was also responsible for overseeing the physical production of all of Revolution Studios' motion pictures starting in 2001. He continued with Revolution Studios until he returned to working as an independent producer on the films Hugo (2011) and Zookeeper (2010). .

During his tenure, Revolution Studios released 47 films, including America's Sweethearts (2001), Black Hawk Down (2001), xXx (2002), Anger Management (2003), Daddy Day Care (2003), Mona Lisa Smile (2003), Hellboy (2004), 13 Going on 30 (2004), Click (2006) and Rocky Balboa (2006). At Revolution Studios, Newirth also served as Executive Producer on The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep (2007), Across the Universe (2007), Freedomland (2006), Christmas with the Kranks (2004), Peter Pan (2003), Maid in Manhattan (2002), The One (2001) and America's Sweethearts (2001).

Prior to joining Revolution Studios, Newirth produced 1999's sleeper hit Galaxy Quest (1999). He also produced the popular Robin Williams hit Patch Adams (1998) and Home Fries (1998) starring Drew Barrymore.

Newirth's additional credits as an Executive Producer include: Brad Silberling's City of Angels (1998) starring Nicolas Cage and Meg Ryan; Rob Reiner's true-life drama Ghosts of Mississippi (1996) with Alec Baldwin, Whoopi Goldberg and James Woods; The American President (1995), also for director Rob Reiner, starring Michael Douglas and Annette Bening and Jon Turteltaub's Phenomenon (1996) starring John Travolta. In addition, Newirth co-produced Robert Zemeckis' Academy Award-winning blockbuster Forrest Gump (1994). He also served as a co-producer on the Barry Levinson films Toys (1992), the multiple Oscar-nominated Bugsy (1991) and as an associate producer on Barry Levinson's Avalon (1990).

Raised in Scarsdale, New York, Newirth received a B.A. in Cinema from Ohio State University. He broke into the film industry as a location manager on such films as Flashdance (1983), Pretty in Pink (1986) and Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986). He later moved up to production manager on Throw Momma from the Train (1987) and RoboCop (1987) before getting his first producing credit as an associate producer on Andrew Davis' The Package (1989).

Frances Reagan James

Born in Newport News, Virginia and grew up in Stuttgart, Germany, Reagan came to Los Angeles in 2003 and started acting in films in 2005. Reagan resides in New Orleans, Louisiana. Most recently she acted in Sean Brosnan's, "My Father, Die" along side Joe Anderson (of Hannibal series, Horns, and Across the Universe), John Schneider, Sean Brosnan, and Chester Rushing (NCIS: New Orleans); She is the lead in the family film series, "Toby's Big Adventure", directed by Michael Sarna, where her co-star is a baby white tiger. She also leads in the psychological thriller Abbadon (in the vein of "Dogville" meets "Silence of the Lambs"), slated to be released summer of 2017.

Bill Buell

Bill Buell was born on September 21, 1952. His film and TV credits include God's Pocket, Across the Universe, Spy Game, Welcome to the Dollhouse, The Love Letter, Requiem for a Dream, Quiz Show, Kinsey, TV: "Elementary" , Blue Bloods", "The Bronx Is Burning", "John Adams", "Curb Your Enthusiasm", "Law & Order", "Boardwalk Empire".

Momo Dione

Momo Dione was born in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He is of Guinean and Senegalese descent. His father is a Guinean diplomat and his mother is an entrepreneur specializing in promotion and African fashion. Before reaching high school, the actor/model had already seen a great deal of the world. He came to the United States in 1993 when his father was appointed to the Guinea mission in New York City. While doing plays in elementary school on Roosevelt Island, he realized that acting was what his true passion. He began auditioning for projects while in high school. But playing basketball and football, being class president for three consecutive terms, prom king, and carrying a heavy academic load left him with little time to follow his heart. He graduated from Yonkers International Baccalaureate High School in 2004. He has since been featured in plays, TV shows, commercials, music videos, student films, independent films, and feature films. Some of his credits are "Law & Order: Criminal Intent", "Across the Universe", "Notorious", the upcoming "Restless City" premiering at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival and several commercials. He is a graduate of the All Stars Project/Youth Onstage/Castillo Theater youth development acting programs. Momo was a member of the original cast and co-author of the All Stars Projects' original production of "Our City." He's also posed for paintings by Afro-American painter Kehinde Wiley. He is bi-coastal; living in Los Angeles and New York. Frequent travel is a way of life for Mohamed. He co-owns Caramel Cappuccino films, a production company that writes films that articulate relevant issues of life and relationship in underserved or under acknowledged communities with aims of producing them. He enjoys horseback riding, opera, Congolese soukous, sports, and anything that has to do with cinema. Dione is constantly auditioning and working on new projects in search of the role that will allow him to make his mark in the Hollywood and Broadway markets...and then the world.

Candice Vernon

Candice Vernon has always been a natural leader, born with confidence. Creating and Producing stirring and engaging narrative content is a love of Candice's and is evident in her body of work. Miss Vernon began her career casting for film and television, on productions such as Mad Men, Across the Universe, and Law and Order: Criminal Intent. She's also written, directed, and produced a few short films, notably Apartment 309 co-starring Ice-T, which led to a 1 year TV license.

With many years of production experience, including drama, comedy, documentary, and episodics; Candice has been able to wear multiple hats as a writer, director, integrated agency producer, line producer, post producer, and all around magician to get the job done.

She works in both the New York and LA market as an Executive Creative Producer in the world of Global Advertising.

Cody Green

Cody most recently worked with Kenneth Branagh on the Broadway and UK productions of Macbeth. He performed alongside Catherine Zeta Jones at the "Oscars". He has been seen on the hit shows "True Blood", "How I Met Your Mother" and "Parks and Recreation" . He performed for Mia Michaels on "Dancing With The Stars" for the "Rock of Ages" movie. He originated the role of "Riff" in the Broadway revival of West Side Story, and can be heard on the show's Grammy Award-winning cast recording. Originally from B.C., Canada, and an alumnus of The Juilliard School in New York City, Cody was the winner of Bravo TV's reality show series Step It Up & Dance. Cody received unanimous rave reviews, starring as "Sid" in the National Tour of Twyla Tharp's Come Fly Away. Lewis Segal of the Los Angeles Times touted: "Cody Green as Sid, passionately dancing out his demons and making every move unforgettable. By the highest Tharpian standards -- Baryshnikov in "Sinatra Suite," Tom Rawe in "Nine Sinatra Songs" -- this is a great performance". On Television, Green has performed on Good Morning America as "Riff" (ABC), Shall We Dance as himself (NBC), Fashion Rocks with Rihanna (CBS), The Tony Awards (CBS), and The "American Music Awards" with Taylor Swift. Other stage credits include: as "Sid" in Come Fly Away (Broadway) New Grease Broadway, Eddie in Movin' Out (London West End & Broadway), Sinatra Dance With Me (Wynn Las Vegas); and the First National Tour of Mamma Mia!. He also performed alongside Ann Hathaway, Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe and Seth MacFarlane at the Oscars. On Film, Cody played Nick Hoffman in Center Stage 2, and danced in Julie Taymor's Across the Universe, and David Fincher's The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. Cody is from Canada and resides in Los Angeles.

Kurt Froman

Kurt Froman is currently Jennifer Lawrence's Ballet Trainer and the Associate Choreographer for the upcoming movie, "Red Sparrow" (2017), directed by Francis Lawrence. He recently finished performing in the Broadway hit, "An American In Paris", and was the original Dance Captain and swing. He was part of the core group of the Warren Carlyle Broadway workshop "Something Wonderful"- a tribute to Jerome Robbins' body of work and showing his ballets as well as his musical theater choreography. He was recently seen on the STARZ series "Flesh & Bone", featured in a ballet solo as "Young Paul" as well as a series regular as a Company Member. He trained Christina Ricci for several months and choreographed her solo en pointe for the Amazon series, "Z: The Beginning of Everything", and will remain the choreographer and ballet coach for the rest of the series. Kurt was the Resident Choreographer of "Billy Elliot, The Musical" on Broadway and the 2nd National Tour, and the Associate Choreographer for the film, "Black Swan", responsible for training and coaching Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis, Vincent Cassel, and overseeing the Corps de Ballet. Natalie Portman personally thanked Kurt in her Oscar Acceptance speech for their work together. Kurt has also taught ballet to actress Rooney Mara, and coached her movement for her role in the upcoming Terrence Malick film (currently known as "Project V"), as well as Vogue Magazine's "The Vogue 120". Kurt was invited to stage a work for the Paris Opera Ballet's Tribute to Jerome Robbins, and recently staged Benjamin Millepied's "Nutcracker" for Ballett Dortmund in Germany. He has worked on commercials- L'Oreal's "True Match" staring Zoe Saldana (Choreographer) and Domyos (Associate Choreographer), and has choreographed the ad campaigns, video shoots, and catalogues for Bloch dancewear for the past three years. Kurt has been on faculty at Broadway Dance Center and The School at Steps, and guest faculty at Barnard College and University of Michigan. He also has taught the past two years for the NYC Dance Alliance, headlining their Friday night audition class. Kurt's professional career started in New York after he was awarded the first Rudolf Nureyev Scholarship which allowed him to study at the School of American Ballet's "Special" Advanced Men's Class. After six months, Kurt was invited to join the New York City Ballet, where he danced senior corps de ballet and soloist parts for over seven years. His Broadway career started when he was cast in the leading role of "James" in the Twyla Tharp/Billy Joel show, "Movin' Out". Kurt was in the Broadway revival of "Pal Joey" at Studio 54, City Center Encores!- "Juno" and "On Your Toes", and did principal roles with the Suzanne Farrell Ballet at the Kennedy Center. Other TV/film work includes "Smash", the Biography Channel's "Biography - Natalie Portman: The Professional", "Black Swan" where he was the "Understudy to 'Siegfried'" and danced with Mila Kunis, "Across the Universe", "Center Stage", "SNL", and several "Live From Lincoln Center" telecasts.

Erica Dunton

British Writer/Director Erica graduated from Durham University with a Law degree and then went on to spend three years at the National Film and Television School (NFTS) in the UK. She has directed five features plus commercials, promos and television including the E Network shown "The Royals" starring Elizabeth Hurley and the CW show, "One Tree Hill" starring Chad Michael Murray, Sophia Bush, Hilarie Burton and Nick Lachey. Erica recently directed "Black Eyed Dog" (aka Plastic Jesus.) It stars, Mackenzie Foy (Twilight, The Conjuring, Interstellar), Chandler Canterbury (The Host, Knowing), Hilarie Burton (White Collar, One Tree Hill) and Paul Schneider (Lars and the Real Girl, Bright Star, Parks and Rec) In 2011 Erica wrote, produced and directed the feature 'To.get.her' which was made for $27K and premiered at the Sundance Film Festival 2011 where it won The Audience Award in the Best of Next category. It went on to win the Audience Awards at Sarasota Film Festival and The River Run Film Festival. "To.get.her" was hailed as "One of the smartest films ever seen at Sundance" by This Week. In 2008, Dunton's "The 27 Club" premiered at The Tribeca Film Festival and has subsequently shown at over 20 international film festivals. It stars Joe Anderson (Twilight, Across The Universe, The Divide) and introduced Eve Hewson in her first acting role (The Knick, This Must be the Place, Enough Said). It won, "Best Film, Best Director and Best Script," at The Milan Film Festival, "Best Director" at Savannah Film festival, "Best Feature, Best Actor, Rising Star" at Fort Lauderdale Festival, "Best Feature" at Ojai Festival and "The Gold Kahuna Award" and "Grand Jury Prize" at Honolulu Film Festival. Time Out NY gave the film 4 stars and Variety wrote, "Writer-Director Dunton displays a light touch that with strong emotional impulses that defy social norms." IFC distributed the film theatrically and on demand in the US and worldwide. Dunton's 2006 feature, "Find Love", was an experimental, mainly improvised film that she wrote, directed and produced. It premiered at Slamdance. Variety's John Anderson wrote, "Helmer Dunton comes close to defining the epiphany of erotic connection." The film stars Alexie Gilmore (Labor Day, World's Greatest Dad) Christian Camargo (The Hurt Locker, Dexter) and Craig Sheffer (A River Runs Through it, One Tree Hill). "Find Love" won many awards, including Best Independent Vision at Sarasota Film Festival; Best Actor, Best Director, and Best Script at the Barcelona Film Festival; Best Feature at River Run Film Festival; and also Rising Star Award at Vail Film Festival. Lionsgate's Maple acquired the film for theatrical and DVD rights. Her first feature which she wrote, produced and directed in 2005 was "Red Means Go" and introduced Adam Rayner (Tyrant, The Saint) in a leading role. Erica is the daughter of BAFTA winning cinematographer, camera technician and lens maker Joe Dunton BSC MBE who invented the Video Assist in 1966 and the Super 35mm format in 1981. She shares her father's love of the technical side of filmmaking with her passion for storytelling, acting and cinematography. She has worked and lived all over the globe including Europe, US, Russia, China, The Middle East and Africa.

Michelle Loucadoux

Michelle Loucadoux began her acting career at age 3 in Biloxi, Mississippi, as a dancing poodle. She is the only daughter of Kay and Dan Loucadoux of Hickory, North Carolina and now resides mainly in New York with a second residence in Los Angeles. Most recently, she performed the role of Hope Harcourt in the Tony award-winning Broadway revival of Anything Goes, and has also performed the role of Ariel in the original Broadway cast of The Little Mermaid, as well as lead roles in various other Broadway shows. She is currently starring in the new web series Twenty Dollar New York and can be seen as Lucy's friend in the Julie Taymor-directed Across the Universe. Michelle has also recently received a Richmond Theatre Critics Circle best actress nomination for her portrayal of Judy Haynes in White Christmas and ran the New York Marathon in 4 hours and 30 minutes.

Edwin Freeman

Edwin Freeman was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in nearby Queens, New York. As a youngster he received numerous awards and commendations for art and had one of his drawings displayed in the Queens Museum of Art in Flushing, Queens, New York. In 1988 Edwin won a citywide art contest for Fire Safety held by the New York Fire Department and was awarded by Mayor Ed Koch on April 13th in a well publicized ceremony.

Edwin grew up playing sports and while in Junior High School, had a short stint with the neighborhood youth football team, which was cut short due to an injury. In 1992 Edwin began a rap career under his nickname Billy-D, which was given to him by his friends, because of his smooth laid back demeanor and charming personality. He recorded three independent albums, All About the Money (1999), Take it to the Bank (2001) and Crunk Muzik (2005). In September of 2005 he had a chance to relive his dreams as a football player when he was cast for a role as a football player in Julie Taymor's "Across the Universe."

Robert Elhai

Robert Elhai is an award-winning composer, film orchestrator, and arranger. As an orchestrator, he is the recipient of Tony and Drama Desk nominations for his work for the Broadway production of The Lion King.

He has also orchestrated over 150 film scores including Iron Man 3, Thor 2, the third, fourth, and fifth Fast and Furious movies, the third and fourth Batman movies, Across The Universe, The Sixth Sense, and the first Pirates of the Caribbean, as well as the Oscar-winning score for Frida. He has also done arrangements for Metallica's Grammy Award-winning "S&M". He often collaborates with composers Elliot Goldenthal, Brian Tyler, Michael Kamen, Klaus Badelt, Ilan Eshkeri, Edward Shearmur, James Newton Howard and many others. Robert has also been involved in projects that have won Academy Awards, Emmy Awards, Grammy Awards, and Tony Awards.

As a theatre composer his projects include music for the Winesburg Trilogy Project (Untold Lies, Twisted Apples, and Answered Prayers) presented by Nautilus Music Theater at the Minnesota Fringe Festival successively in 2010, 2011, and 2012. He also wrote C., a musical theatre adaption of Cyrano de Bergerac produced in the 2015-2016 season at Theater Latté Da, as well as Persephone's Sister, the final piece in Nautilus' Ivey-Award-winning Sister Stories. He also holds degrees from Yale University, the College-Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati, and Carleton College.

Peter Crosman

Peter Crosman is a Visual Effects Designer and Second Unit Director whose feature film credits include a diverse range of genres such as the Beatles-scored musical extravaganza Across The Universe, fantasy comedies Scooby Doo (I&II) and Flubber, dramatic narratives Horse Whisperer, Idlewild, and sci-fi thrillers Independence Day, Broken Arrow and Tank Girl.

He has collaborated with acclaimed directors Robert Redford, Lawrence Kasden, Nick Cassavetes, Julie Taymor, John Woo, Henry Selick, and Roland Emmerich, as well as Tank Girl comic strip creator Jamie Hewlett (aka : the creative force behind the Gorillaz).

Crosman began his career in visual effects as an animator at Industrial Light & Magic, working on the Back to the Future, Star Trek and Indiana Jones feature series. He spent his early freelance career supervising and directing title sequences, commercials, pop promos, TV IDs and stings. His independent animation work includes a CLIO award winning series of MTV IDs with Henry Selick, and a series of commercial spots for director Jake Scott, featuring RCA's canine mascots in outer space.

He wrote and directed a concise history of the evolution of the horse, that concluded a continuous 28 year run in the Smithsonian Institution's Museum of Natural History in Washington DC in 2015.

Luis Salgado

Luis Salgado is an international Actor, director, choreographer and educator based in NYC. He is well known for his work as the Latin Assistant Choreographer of the Tony Award winning musical "In The Heights". In 2014 he originated the role of Kid Rizzo on the Broadway Musical "Rocky". He has also performed on Broadway with Pedro Almodovar's "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown" and now is part of the Gloria Estefan Musical "On Your Feet".

Luis didn't know that his passion for the arts would lead him on to a path of adventure and to experience his dreams.

Some of his work includes, "Traps"(PBS), created the role of Frankie Suarez in the Broadway show "The Mambo Kings." Other Theater work includes "Fame on 42St","Aida", "A Chorus Line" and more. You can catch him in the films "Dirty Dancing 2 Havana nights"; "Across the universe","American Gangster";"Enchanted" and "Step Up 2 the streets" as Alejandro.

On February 13, 2004 Luis's hometown of Vega Alta, Puerto Rico honored him by dedicating the 18th Carnival Celebration in his name. In April 2007 he was selected "Gypsy of the Month" by Adrienne Onofri from BroadwayWorld.com and he achieved his first Drama Desk Award for "Outstanding Ensemble" with the hit musical "In The Heights". In May of 2007, "Latino Leaders" selected him as one of the hottest names in the world of professional theater on the NY stages.

With an intense vision in the optimistic possibilities of art, Luis has developed R.Evolución Latina, an organization that seeks to empower the Hispanic community through educational programming and partnerships. The organization's best-known initiatives are the Dare to Go Beyond Children's Performing Arts Camp, D2GB School Arts program and the Beyond Workshops Series, a 2-week annual professional development program for adult performers.

Ekaterina Sknarina

Ekaterina Sknarina was born in the town of Pyatigorsk in the Southern Federal District of Russia. She trained as a rhythmic gymnast and became a member of the Russian national team, competing successfully in numerous international championships.

After retiring from competition she moved to Washington,DC to teach rhythmic gymnastics at the "Rhythmic World" Club. Later she joined New York-based troupe Anti-Gravity.

She has also developed a career as a fitness model and fashion stylist, appearing in magazines such as FHM, One World, GQ and Paper Magazine. You can view her styling work at www.katyasknarina.com.

In addition to her repertoire she has starred in the off Broadway show Maximum Risk, in which the performers sought to break a world record in each performance. Sknarina has become an established face in New York's fashionable new performance art scene. This led, in 2007, to her becoming a spokesperson for the campaign to save New York's historic Coney Island amusement area from redevelopment.

She has appeared on television on various occasions as part of the Coney Island campaign.

Her film career began in 2007 with a small role 'Rita' in the Julie Taymor's movie 'Across The Universe'.

Ekaterina's recent projects include obtaining an MA in Art from prestigious Central St. Martins College (London) and appearance in ongoing Matthew Barney's new project 'Guardian of the Veil'.

Karlheinz Stockhausen

A musical pioneer, Karlheinz Stockhausen broke many barriers and taboos. He wrote more than 300 works in various genres from opera and orchestral pieces to electronic music and complex compositions where performers, producers, helicopters, recording equipment, and audiences all together become his instruments.

He was born Karlheinz Stockhausen in the suburb of Cologne, in 1928. His father, Simon, was a school teacher, his mother, Gertrude, was an amateur pianist. He played piano from age 7, showing a perfect pitch and impressive memory. He lost both parents in WWII, being only twelve years old. At age 16 he was recruited to serve at the war hospital, where he attended hundreds of severely wounded. He studied music at Cologne Musikhochschule, at Cologne University (1945-51), at Paris Conservatory (1951-53) with Olivier Messiaen and Darius Milhaud. At the University of Bonn (1954-56) he studied information theory, acoustics and composition.

Stockhausen began his experiments with live music and recorded sounds in the late 1940s and early 1950s. He played with the tape-recorded sounds of glass, metal, wood and other unconventional sources in Paris Radio Studio and at Cologne Radio (WDR) electronic studio. His experimental work at the West Deutsche Rundfunk (WDR) studio in Cologne was the leading work with recorded sound at that time. His purely electronic compositions made in 1953-54, such as "Electronic Study" (1953), were the first ever written and published works in this new genre. His ground-braking "Klavierstuck XI (1956), which features 19 elements to be performed in changing sequences, was one of the early works in aleatoric (controlled chance) music.

In the early 1960s Stockhausen collaborated with Yoko Ono in her New York loft concerts. He also staged happenings with George Maciunas and other avant-garde performers of the "Fluxus" movement. At that time he experimented with cross-genre shows where musicians and audiences all together become performers in a setting that provoked imagination and inventiveness. and various non-musical objects, and even people in the audience were also used as musical instruments. Although details of such experimentations could not be registered in notation, the breakthrough was that any person could come out of the audiences and join the performers in making music.

In 1968 Stockhausen wrote the conceptual "From Seven Days" after living completely alone and without food, being influenced by Sri Aurobindo. In "Ylem" (1972) he instructs 19 musicians to establish telepathic communication with each other while performing this 26-minute happening. His "Helikopter-Streichquartett" (1992-95) was written for 4 musicians performing on 4 flying helicopters with electronic video and sound inter-com technology, and was performed and recorded in 1996 several times by the Arditti Quartet on helicopters provided by the Austrian Army. Stockhausen's largest work took him 25 years to complete. It is the mega-opera consisting of seven operas, one 24-hour opera for each day of the week, is entitled "Licht" (Light, 1977-2003).

In the course of his career spanning over 60 years, Stockhausen created over 300 compositions, presenting a conceptual mix of occidental an oriental cultures. His thought-provoking output was cited as an influence by the The Beatles, Yoko Ono, Kraftwerk, Miles Davis, Frank Zappa, Herbie Hancock, and Björk. Stockhausen appeared on the cover of The Beatles' album Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band with Paul McCartney, one of his numerous fans across the universe.

Outside of his entertainment profession, Stockhausen was a highly unusual and sometimes controversial figure. His comment about the tragedy of 9/11 as "the work of art" attracted much controversy. He later apologized for the reaction to the comment, but said that he was misquoted and misunderstood. Stockhausen was married twice and had six children. He died of natural causes on December 5, 2007, in Kuerten, and was laid to rest in the Forest cemetery in Kuerten, Germany.

Stan McClintock

A movie reviewer, director, producer, screenwriter and actor from Iowa. His first movie was Zombies Attack! (2011). After Lost in Shadow Forest (2012), he took a break from making movies. In 2016 he returned to filmmaking with the action short Death Insurance (2016). He has collaborated on several movies with Reed Campbell including The Night Shift (2016) and Across the Universe Music Video (2016). He is most famous for his movie review series Quick Reviews with Maverick (2016) and for his discontinued movie review series Shit Cinema (2014-2016).

Simon Clowes

Simon Clowes was born in London, England and was educated at Central Saint Martin's College of Art of Design and the London College of Printing (both divisions of the University of the Arts London). After graduating with a Bachelors Degree in Graphic Media Design, Simon briefly joined Red Bee Media (formerly BBC Broadcast) before relocating to Los Angeles to pursue his career in design for Film and Television.

Clowes is now Creative Director at Kyle Cooper's Prologue Films in Venice, CA, having designed and directed a diverse range of projects from television and film title sequences to network graphics packages, commercials and visual effects. His portfolio includes films such as X-Men: First Class, Sherlock Holmes, Orphan, Superman Returns and the Oscar-nominated Across the Universe. He has also designed and art directed multiple award winning graphics packages for ESPN's broadcasts.

Clowes' work has attracted industry recognition including Emmy Award nominations, a Special Jury Recognition from South by Southwest, a Silver Cube from Art Directors Club, awards for typographic excellence, and awards from The New York TV and Film Festival and Promax/BDA.

Scott Napolitano

Scott Nap, aka Scott Napolitano, was one of the first 11 writers chosen to join the Writers Guild of America East during the first phases of its WGA Web 2.0 Initiative in October 2009 for his work on the web comedy "Issues: The Series". The Jersey Shore native began working actively in film and television at 16 and has not looked back.

Nap first got his taste of filming action as a camera assistant for the Lakewood Blueclaws, a minor league affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies and a major Jersey Shore attraction. After only a few short months, Scott became the teams head videographer and editor. While at The College of New Jersey, he began taking on professional jobs and internships, including stints with BMS Films of Bristol Myers-Squibb during its Lance Armstrong "Live Strong" Campaign. While with the NJ Film and Television Commission, he aided in productions ranging from Artie Lange's "Beer League" to Julie Taymor's "Across the Universe" and "The Sopranos".During his senior year, Scott attended the open casting call for M.Night Shyamalan's "Lady in the Water" and was chosen to be an extra in the party scene. This marked the big screen debut for Mr. Nap. 2006 also marked Scott's first major exposure to the press, as his short film "Estelle" gained regional attention as it brought awareness to a 30 year old unsolved murder case.

Upon graduating college, Scott spent a year teaching a production class at a northern New Jersey high school, before returning to work as a professional cameraman and editor. It was during the WGA Strike when Scott began thinking of developing his own web series. After shooting a short film featuring 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' creator Joss Whedon, Scott and colleague Joey Harris began writing the web series "Issues", based on Scott's experience working in retail. The production began in August 2008, wrapped in November 2008 and was released in January of 2009. The entire cast appeared as guests at New York ComicCon in February of 2009, just as Scott turned 25.

Scott went on to take a position with MSG Varsity Network as a Media Producer and Trainer just as he was inducted into the Writers Guild of America in September of 2009. He remains active in the web television community and is developing additional digital media projects for the future.

Yuki Sugimoto

Yuki was born in Nara, Japan. In 2000 she moved to the USA for studying abroad and in the spring 2005, she graduated BFA as visual effects major from Academy of Art University, in San Francisco, California.

She got her invaluable start in the freelance division, where she earned all aspects of the digital visual effects industry. Later she moved to Los Angeles, and worked as a Matchmove Technical Director at Rhythm & Hues for the future film "Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties". Then she joined the TV show "Aquaman: Mercy Reef/ Pilot" at Entity FX and the feature film "Across the Universe" at Prologue Films. Afterward she returned to Japan, and worked at NTT Media Lab as a digital compositor and matchmove artist. She entered in more than 10 projects of visual effects including the feature film "Tokyo Tower: Mom and Me, and Sometimes Dad", which was won the Best Picture at Award of the Japanese Academy in 2008. Currently she is working as a Matchmove Technial Director at Rhythm & Hues in Los Angeles, California.

Fluent in Japanese and English.

Geoffrey J.D. Payne

Geoffrey JD Payne was born in upstate New York, though later raised in the artistic seaside community of Rockport, Massachusetts. Growing up with a powerful imagination, Payne discovered his passion to become an actor at a very early age after being inspired by the movie 'Back to the Future'.

At the age of 16, Payne attended a workshop in upstate NY to begin his training. There, he was scouted by Lanny Mitchell and went on to mentor him for 3 years in musical theater.

At the age 19, Payne is encouraged to branch out into New York City. After receiving a scholarship, he attends the Weist Barron School for TV & Film where he studies with television producer, director and writer Michael Laibson.

In 2006, Payne begins his extensive training at the prestigious Stella Adler Studio of Acting. Upon graduation in 2008, Geoffrey appears Off-Broadway and Off-Off Broadway. Some credits include; "Choose Your Grown Adventure", "This is Our Youth", "Books On Tape" and "Humans Anonymous". At that time, Geoffrey co-founded The Altruistic Theater Company with his friend and director, Brock H. Hill. With his acting career on the rise, unexpected bad news comes in 2012. With his mothers Parkinson's condition now at the final stages; Payne decides to move back home with his family in Connecticut to tend to his mother during her last days. After her death in 2013, Payne ends up taking a hiatus from his acting career. Not being able to cope with his loss and state of depression, Payne turns to alcohol and drugs for an escape. In 2015, he was faced with the reality of his addiction, still choosing to ignore it; he progressed to other extremes as a greater high. Soon after, Geoffrey attempted suicide. Payne describes its failure as "divine intervention" and provided to be the pivotal moment where he chose life over death. With the support of family, he admitted himself into an inpatient rehab. Following his completion, Payne knew sobriety was his new way of life and never wanted to go back to using again. He describes his experience as being 'reborn'.

After passing 1 year of complete sobriety, Payne is more focused and determined than ever before. Growing up he always knew what he wanted to become, but without strong intent or purpose. Now, after Payne has overcome so many tribulations, he has strong intent, purpose and more drive than ever before to not only turn his dreams into a reality, but to also give back to others. Recently, Geoffrey has been focusing his efforts on the TV and Film, booking work on the CBS "Bull" and starring in the recent short film written by the Oscar winning writer Nicolas Giacobone entitled "Da Capo" ("Birdman or The unexpected Virtue of Ignorance" & "The Revenant"). Some other film credits also include "The Wolf on Wall Street" "Across The Universe".

When asked how he is able to push onward with such a refreshing and determined mentality, Payne recites his favorite quote by a long time inspiration of his, Stella Adler, "Life beats down and crushes the soul and art reminds you that you have one". "That quote always brings me hope" says Payne.

Kimberly Burnick

Kimberly Burnick co-produced the independent drama Cold Turkey which stars Peter Bogdanovich and Cheryl Hines. Associate Producer credits include the narrative feature film Future Weather (Tribeca 2012) starring Amy Madigan and Lili Taylor, and the documentary feature film Burn (winner of the 2012 Tribeca Audience Award) that shows the struggle of Detroit Firefighters. She began her producing career during college, when she co-created and produced a live SNL-inspired variety show which spread across the university and aired on a local Philadelphia TV station. Since then, Kimberly has held various production roles on projects such as Next Stop Hollywood (ABC) and Workaholics (Comedy Central). She has produced 3 short films and several music videos, along with other various projects. Kimberly holds a B.A. in Film from Temple University, and currently resides in Los Angeles, CA.

Julie Saltman

You think Shakespeare thought "All the world's a stage"? Beantown girl Julie Saltman grew up eating, sleeping, and breathing theatre. It all began at Boston Children's Theatre at age 6, then continued at Walnut Hill School for the Performing Arts, where she found her true stage world-backstage. Armed with an undergraduate degree from Carnegie Mellon University and a master's degree in costume design at Brandeis University, her credits include various positions on Broadway's Lestat, High Fidelity, Altar Boyz, Spring Awakening, 110 in the Shade, and several others. She also worked on Twelfth Night for Shakespeare in the Park. On the set of Disney's wildly popular Enchanted, Julie built costumes for Susan Sarandon. And for Julie Taymor's Across the Universe, she created the "big blue meanie" masks. Other film work includes Reason, Delivery Man (starring Vince Vaughn), Miracle of Spanish Harlem, and Smart Shorties. Offstage, volunteering has been an enormous part of Julie's life also. Whether it's cooking Thanksgiving dinner for the homeless, making scarves for children with leukemia, teaching art to at-risk children, or helping professional women get back on their feet after losing virtually everything in Hurricane Sandy, most near and dear to her heart is the work she does for FM World Charities (www.facebook.com/fmworldcharities), which throws concerts to raise money for various worthy causes. On the small screen, she's had the great fortune to work on groundbreaking shows such as Mister Rogers' Neighborhood and Zoom! and has also served as personal assistant to a few celebrities. Small Miracles which she was nominated for a Crystal award for "Costume design" for this web series, marks the tenth TV pilot she's been involved with over the last several years, and she looks forward to helping create many more "small miracles."

Joel Inchaustegui

Joel Inchaustegui is ecstatic to be a part of the Mind/View Films production team. As the newly appointed vice president, Joel Inchaustegui oversees the day to day operations of Mind View Films, which include business management, marketing expansion and project development. With a BA in organizational & industrial psychology from the University of Tampa, Joel is bringing a new perspective to the business aspect of Mind/View Films. Eclectic best expresses the experience that Joel has collected in his career. While attending the University of Tampa, Joel maintained a high interest in the behind the scenes of the entertainment field. His participation included working for student productions, which placed him in the middle of all live or recorded productions across the university. His involvement with the annual "campus movie fest" led Joel to have a deeper understanding of what it takes to make an independent film. After 4 years of participation with the campus movie fest, Joel's focus was cemented on becoming a producer of feature films. Currently located in the Tri-state area Joel has not wasted any time working on as many projects as he can. From producing a new television reality show, to post production supervising Joel is gaining as much experience as he can to support Mind/View Films growth and progress. Currently Joel is working on a much anticipated short and full feature film while still seeking new talented individuals that can expand the Mind View Films vision throughout the entertainment business.

Antoine Kerb

Born in 1990. French music and cinema aficionado running after exploration of nature, life, people, thoughts and feelings. Music based on both improvisation and composition. Started guitar at 19, added bass, percussion, tabla, sitar, singing. Music style: home-made, lo-fi, indie, blues, folk, classical, oriental, rock, jazz, funk, psyche. Used to be member of The Hytseria Has Taste and later on The Electric Shades. Founder of Across a Universe: personal artistic project, platform for expression, thoughts and story-telling, sharing life experience.

David Marx

David is a Los Angeles-based writer/director. In 2011, he graduated from Northwestern's Directing and Creative Writing for the Media Programs. His Full-Length Play "Would" Premiered Off-Off Broadway & Won Overall Excellence Award in Playwriting at The 2012 New York International Fringe Festival. Most recently he has worked as assistant to two-time Oscar Winning Screenwriter, Alvin Sargent. He has also worked in development as a script reader for the producers of Requiem for a Dream, Across the Universe, and Garden State.

Chuck Schultz

CEO and Founder of Ultimate Media Inc. a full HD video production TV studio and digital recording facility with multiple studios with all the latest technology. They offer TV production crews, in house editing rooms, and digital and terrestrial distribution. They produce shows of all genres and supply broadcasting of live and prerecorded shows. In their catalog they have video on demand and video storage solutions, as well as media and production sales.

CEO and Founder of the inravio.com Internet TV/Radio Network with a variety of Live Broadcast quality interactive TV shows viewed all over the World via the digital and terrestrial distribution platforms from inravio.com, DISH Network, Comcast, Roku, XBOX 360, Netflix, Time Warner, Samsung, LG, TiVo, and mobile solutions broadcast to Verizion, T Mobile, AT&T, Sprint,etc. Streaming 24/7, with multiple channels of video, exclusive live interactive shows, and popular music from all genres.

Having produced over 30,000 hours of content for various TV shows, and productions both in the terrestrial and digital space.

Including for broadcast: The Weekly Show - Talk, interviews 2 Guys and a Chic Show 5 off 5 on - NASCAR Racing show Dear Dad - Parenting Show Divas on Demand - Fashion and Makeup The Gina Show - Reality show review The Girlie Show -Fashion and Make up Glory Days - Sports Backwater Girls - Music Beats and Eats - Music and Food Beatles Across the Universe - Beatles Music Code Red Baseball - Fantasy sports talk Code Red Football - Fantasy sports talk Error 37 - Gaming talk Graveyard Blues - Blyes band concerts In or Out, No pun Intended Jack Nolan Radio Show Mike D'antonio Radio Show Rob Nolan Radio Show Saturday on the Sound Save and Continue - Gaming talk Summers Retro Cafe - 80's Music show This Week in sports - Weekly sport review Ugly American Radio Show Unsported - Female topics

Specialties: Producer,Purchasing, Negotiations, Management, Music, Recording, Sound Reinforcement

Kash Rockit

Kash Rockit is a Los Angeles-based songwriter/producer/ and occasional rapper/DJ. Kash has shown a unique versatility in Hip hop, Pop, Dance music - Electro, Trap, Neo-soul, Funk, Tropical House, K-pop and more.

The Kash in her name represents prosperity, and the Rockit stands for inner-power. She's looking forward to building connections with people across the universe through the universal language of music. Her new album, "Power Dragon Head," was released in 2015 and her music has been featured in Major Lazer TV on FXX and Crazy Ex Girlfriend on CW, Blindspot on NBC and more. Her New EP, "Real Talk" is coming soon in 2016.

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