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Jeffrey DeMunn

Jeffrey DeMunn was born on April 25, 1947 in Buffalo, New York. He studied in England at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, then returned to America and was a member of the National Shakespeare Company. He has starred in many theatre productions, both on and off Broadway, including "K2" (for which he received a Tony Award nomination for Best Actor), "Spoils of War" and "Comedians".

He is known as a favorite of director Frank Darabont, who has cast him in all four of his films: "The Shawshank Redemption" (1994), "The Green Mile" (1999), "The Majestic" (2001) and "The Mist" (2007).

He has appeared in such films as "The Blob" (1988), "The X-Files: Fight the Future" (1998), "Hollywoodland" (2006), "Burn After Reading" (2008) and such television shows as "Hill Street Blues" (1981), "Kojak: The Price of Justice" (1987), "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (1999) and "The Walking Dead" (2010-2012), the latter developed by Frank Darabont and based on the eponymous comic book series created by Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore.

David Wenzel

David Wenzel is a two time AOKA National full contact Karate Champion, was selected to the 2010 United States Martial Arts Hall of Fame.

David Wenzel was born in Methuen, Massachusetts and came to NYC to study acting. David studied martial arts all his life and is a 4th Degree Black Belt in Issin-Ryu Okinawa Karate and holds three national titles. He also boxed professionally. He has appeared in a variety of TV series, films, and daytime serials, including Rescue Me, New Amsterdam, Extreme Forensics, and Lipstick Jungle. David's film work includes Old Dogs and Duck Hunt (In Trouble Zone Productions) to name only a few. He has worked on and off as Brad Pitt's stand-in/photo double for the last ten years, beginning with the film Sleepers. Through his extensive experience David has cultivated working relationships with the likes of Fisher Stevens,, Scott Ruden, Jace Alexander, and the great cinematographer, Emmanuel "Chivo" Lubezki.

Think Tank, written by David's brother, Kevin Wenzel, was conceived when David called Kevin from the set of the Cohen Brothers film Burn After Reading. David and Kevin had once discussed writing a series based on the concept of Domestic Surveillance and the CIA. David told Kevin, "if we don't write something ourselves I'm never going to make it in this industry." As has always been true for David in his acting career, when the right opportunity didn't present itself, he created it. David is also an part owner in one of Manhattan's most popular teen acting studios, Actors Technique New York (ATNY).

Lori Hammel

Lori Hammel was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. She is known for her work on Burn After Reading (2008), 30 Rock (2007) and The Following (2015). She grew up in North Dakota and began competing in talent shows at age 12 and performing professionally with a country-western band at age 15. As a precocious teen, Lori joined nearly every club in her hometown - she sang the national anthem at summer rodeos, put on puppet shows for the local children and cheered on her fellow classmates as a wrestling, basketball and football cheerleader. While visiting New York City on a college trip, she saw her future in the city that was home to her childhood memories of watching "Sesame Street". Film work includes playing a morning show host in Ethan and Joel Coen's feature film "Burn After Reading"; "An Invisible Sign"; "She's Lost Control" (2014 Berlin Film Festival, SXSW); "Burning Up!" (2014 Katra Festival) and playing the title role in "Coney Island Queen" (2014 Cannes Shorts Corner). Upcoming indie features include "Cheerleader" and a turn as a reporter in the thriller "Rapid Eye Movement" starring François Arnaud. Lori's TV appearances include "30 Rock", "The Colbert Report", "As the World Turns", "The Following", "The Today Show" and Season 2 of "Difficult People" starring Julie Klausner and Billy Eichner. Lori was thrilled to work on camera with Tina Fey, Michael Hitchcock ("Glee"), Rob Riggle ("The Daily Show") and The Whitest Kids U' Know in the Comedy Central pilot "Boyfriendz" directed by Ryan McFaul ("Inside Amy Schumer"). Lori made her Broadway debut in the international hit "Mamma Mia". A deft and nuanced comedienne, Lori performed in such stage shows as the Tony Award®-winning "Forbidden Broadway", as Ethel Mertz in the national tour of "I Love Lucy Live" and Carol Brady with a Lady Macbeth twist in the Off Broadway mash up "The Bardy Bunch". Lori's improvisational skills are delightfully apparent as recurring political pundit Leslie Hillerman on the Onion News Network series "In The Know" and in "Margo Rose Reports", a successful web series Lori created, produced and starred in as the voraciously clueless NY2 Broadway reporter Margo Rose Ferderer. Lori showed her serious side as a dramatic actress in the 2013 Off Broadway world premiere of the family drama "Unbroken Circle". In the 2012 world premiere of the drama "Handicapped People in their Formal Attire" by Kathryn Grant she gave a "heartbreakingly honest performance" (Curtain Up) as the conflicted, bitter sister playing opposite Rachel Pickup. In August of 2015 she was given an Excellence in Acting Award at the New York International Fringe Festival for her performance in Gary Apple's "Hell is for Real". Other acting awards include "Forbidden Hollywood" (Jeff Award & After Dark Award), "Little Me" (Jeff nomination) and "Singin' in the Rain" (Jeff nomination & After Dark Award). She is the 2014 recipient of the SAG-AFTRA Joseph C. Riley Service Award. She co-authored the critically acclaimed guidebook Minding The Edge: Strategies for a Fulfilling, Successful Career as an Actor (Waveland Press 2012) and is a contributing author for Acting for the Stage (Focal Press 2017).

Pun Bandhu

Pun Bandhu is an award-winning actor who has worked on Broadway, Off Broadway, in TV and Film. A graduate of the MFA Acting program at the Yale School of Drama, Pun made his Broadway debut in the revival of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play "Wit" by Margaret Edson starring Cynthia Nixon. He received a Colorado Theatre Guild Henry Award for Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of a deeply private and closeted Japanese American in "The Catch", a world premiere by Ken Weitzman at the Denver Theatre Center.

In film, Pun can be seen in the Academy Award-nominated movie "Michael Clayton" and the Coen Brother's "Burn After Reading." He has a featured role in "Late Phases" from cult fave horror director Adrian Garcia Bogliano making its premiere at the SXSW Festival in March 2014. He is also featured in "The Judge," starring Robert Downey Jr., Robert Duvall and Billy Bob Thornton, out Oct 2014. He has also finished wrapping on Stephen King's next movie "A Good Marriage," starring Joan Allen and Anthony LaPaglia.

Highlights on the small screen include appearances on all of the "Law and Order" franchises as well as "Body of Proof," "Nurse Jackie" "Without a Trace" and a recurring role as Dr. Arnold Perry on "One Life to Live."

Jeffrey Mowery

Jeff has a background in Camera work and traveled the world filming/directing small projects in India and Canada. Then in 2005 he jumped into Acting and then joined SAG. Soon after that he had a small part on a TV show called "Six Degrees" as "Howie". Then Jeff had a small role as "Lenny the Hoagie Vendor" on the TV Series Cold Case. He worked with the Coen Brothers in their feature film "Burn After Reading" as a "Suspicious Man". Jeff worked on "The Lovely Bones" as the "Crime Scene Photographer" and was given direction by Peter Jackson. He had a Recurring Role on AMC's "Rubicon" as a "Cafe Staffer". He also worked on HBOs John Adams Mini Series as a Senator from NC. Jeff has continued to focus on auditioning for National/Regional Commercials and had one Super Bowl Commercial audition. He enjoys cycling, running and working out.

Logan Kulick

Logan Kulick is very outgoing and has always loved to perform. He began acting and modeling at the age of 3. Logan got his first Principal role at the age of 4 in the feature film, Burn After Reading, which was directed by Joel and Ethan Coen. He has since gotten Principal roles in independent films as well. Logan has continued modeling and has worked on numerous commercials and television shows such as Sesame Street, Boardwalk Empire and Law & Order SVU. Logan is a red belt in karate, plays on his high school's football and was a competitive swimmer. Logan also loves to snorkel, surf and play video games.

Allyn Camp

Allyn Camp is a Director, Editor and Photographer. After receiving degree from Bunker Hill College in Boston he has gone on to do various production work in places like Baltimore; Washington D.C.; Boston; New York; Los Angeles; and Hawaii and Abroad. His work includes production on the films Transformers 2; Step Up 2; Burn after Reading; He's Just Not That Into You; Eagle Eye; Bodies of Lies; Hit and Run; and Bumper. Television shows include The Wire-5th Season; the series 24; Joes vs. Pro's and PBS shows -Travis Smiley and Ken Burns. Allyn has also produced and directed several Films, music videos and commercials. Allyn made his directional debut in late 2010 with completion of his first short film, Destiny. Since, he has won many awards for his work such as Best Director 2013 (One Down) at the BAFF and Best Director and Cinematographer (Sweet Tooth) at the 2013 Baltimore 48 hour film fest. Currently working on his newest project Broken Angeles, he is in pre-production of this feature film that is scheduled to be released in Winter 2014. Originally from South Boston, Massachusetts,

Aissatou Diallo

The niece of hanged politician and DSG leader Barry III was born in 1972 to an African-American mother and a Guinean (Fulani) Father. At the age of two, her mother moved the family from Los Angeles to Dakar, Senegal in West Africa to live amongst her father's people. This experience would leave an indelible impression on her, molding and shaping her sense of self, and is the very reason she has spent over 2 years working as Associate Producer on the narrative "art house" documentary BOUND: AvAA produced by Hollywood actor, philanthropist & humanitarian Isaiah Washington, which was met by a a "sold out" World Premiere at the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) June 7, 2014, and garnered her Director Ms. Peres Owino a SIFF Official Selection, winning the Women In Film (WIF) Lena Sharpe Award for Persistence of Vision.

With an emphasis on acting, Mrs. Diallo graduated with Honors from UC Santa Barbara's esteemed BFA program. For 3 years she and 15 others survived quarterly cuts being blessed with a once in a life time opportunity to study under the tutelage of James Donlon, a physical theater master and movement guru to Oscar winners: Kathy Bates, Francis McDormand, and Javier Bardem. In 1999, Donlon cast Aïssatou as the female half of GOD in his play (ironically titled) The Serpent of Ai.

While in Santa Barbara, she starred in the West Coast premiere of David Mamet's, No One Will be Immune and the staged reading of Tom Strelich's BAFO as Shokanje at the Ensemble Theater, both directed by Heather Rasche, wife of actor David Rasche (Burn After Reading) . In 2003 she was asked to return to Santa Barbara and gave depth and dimension to the character "Rue", in the premiere of Apricots and Avocado's written and directed by Carson W. Stout at The Center Stage Theater.

In Los Angeles, she participated in Gordy (Love Liza) Hoffman's Shakespeare Marathon at The Met Theater two years in a row, and played a jaw dropping, machete wielding witch, in Mocbet at the Colsac Theater in Hollywood. Mrs. Diallo was Last seen as x-prostitute Keesha and hailed by the LA Weekly as a "powerhouse" in Scott Werve's, West Coast premiere of Chad Beckim's 'Nami. In 2014 she proudly became a member of Towne Street Theater... LA's Premiere African-American Theater Company.

Aissatou got her start in film production as a PA working on "table top" Commercials for Sato Films where she assisted food stylists in the late 90's. She would later create the now defunct craft service company Snak'n-Chat where she catered her "delicious delectables" strictly to commercial sets working on promos for SHOWTIME's Weeds,Californication, and Dexter. She is presently President of Blue Plate Films a non-union production company based in L.A.

As a writer Mrs. Diallo has written the full-length screenplay Freedom's Wake, and the short Jöga.

8 names.