Angela Lee, starred in various shows as a guest star such as, The Incredible Hulk, The Love Boat, Hotel, name a few. Lee, was a finalist to star, in the 1982 film Annie but Aileen Quinn, got the role. On the other hand, Lee lent her voice as Lucy Van Pelt, in The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show which lasted one season. Lee, got her break on the hit sitcom Who's the Boss, from 1985-1987 as Julia. Three years later, she starred as the free-spirited party girl, also Willie Hogan's girlfriend Brenda, as a semi regular in the final season of The Hogan Family. After Hogan, was canceled, Lee went on to be in guest spots in various shows. Now, she is a DJ at a radio station in California also, she has a daughter named Emma.
Brad Garrett Kesten was born on June 18th, 1971 in Paterson, New Jersey.
Throughout the 1980s, Brad Kesten continuously shot over 50 commercials, worked various commercial print work while earning guest roles on several network dramas/ sitcoms, Trapper John, M.D., Diff'rent Strokes, Silver Spoons and the hit comedy "Taxi" to name a few. Brad also voiced many of TV/ film's most iconic characters for Universal Studios' The Natural, Gremlins, Uncommon Valor and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. Later, being cast in theatrical film roles, including, "Monster in the Closet", "Summer Camp Nightmare" and "She's out of Control". Brad's principal voice-over career took off in 1981 shortly after being cast as the voice of "Charlie Brown." Brad soon recorded 9 CBS Prime Time Specials including, The Emmy Nominated, "What Have We Learned, Charlie Brown?", the Animated Musicals, "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown", "It's Flashbeagle, Charlie Brown" and The classic Saturday Morning Cartoon Series "The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show!" In 1990, Brad enlisted in the United States Army during Operation Desert Shield as a 19d Cavalry Scout. Soon after, he worked as a Department of Defense Security Contractor for Hughes Missile Systems in Canoga Park, California. Brad still works as an actor and appears at Comic-Con to meet and speak with veteran and "up and coming" animators, fans and fellow voice-over artists to answer questions and share memories about the personal years, the good times working closely with legends Charles Schulz, Bill Melendez and Lee Mendelson and having voiced America's most beloved iconic character, Charlie Brown.
Jeff Delaney is an American actor/filmmaker. He began acting in high school (Carter High School, Strawberry Plains, Tennessee). Convinced to take an acting class by a friend, he found himself propelled into the theatre spotlight. His first role was as the Sheriff in "Tom Sawyer" at the Bijou Theatre Center in Knoxville, TN. Next was the sequel to "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown", "Snoopy! The Musical" where he portrayed Pigpen, a role written in especially for him by director Chris Broyles. More roles came after: Sarastro in "The Magic Flute" (Robert Hahn), Raph Rackstraw in "HMS Pinafore" (Stephen Krempasky), the Beast in "Beauty and the Beast" (Rosina Guerra), Judas in "Godspell" (Wendel Werner), Orin the Dentist in "Little Shop of Horrors" (Charles Miller), Davy Crockett in "Davy Crockett: A Night at the Alamo" (Jeff Delaney), and countless other stage plays and musicals. Enthralled with the acting world, he branched out into stage managing, directing, writing, and producing. Making the jump to film acting, he has appeared in such films as: "Sting: Moment of Truth" (Pill-Popper), "Our Country: IMAX" (featured), "Love, Life, and the Art of Dying" (Jeff), "Hey Now!" (Mitch McStoney), "Moon-Lite" (The Vampire), and numerous other film, commercials, and industrials. He has also stage managed, directed, produced, and written for the stage and screen.
He has also won awards for his short films:
"Pitching Amber" - 1st Place, Secret City Film Fest "Das Spandau Ballett" - 2nd place, Secret City Film Fest "Hey Now!" - 2nd place, Secret City Film Fest
For productions interested in auditions, please contact: Talent Trek Agency/Juanell Walker - 865-982-6666
Michael burst onto the national scene with his appearances on the hit NBC/Universal program America's Got Talent. He first appeared on season two and was honored to be selected as a Quarter-Finalist. He returned for season three, where he was selected as one of the top performing acts in the United States as a Semi-Finalist. His performances were we seen on some of the highest rated episodes with over 12 million viewers each night. He has since garnered praise from audiences around the world since the show began airing internationally.
With numerous musical theatre performances to his credit, some of his favorite roles include: Jack (Into the Woods); Audrey II (Little Shop of Horrors); Charlie Brown (Snoopy!); Dickon (Secret Garden); Billy (Carousel in Concert); and was a featured soloist in productions of Closer Than Ever, The World Goes 'Round, and A Grand Night For Singing. Well at home on the operatic stage Mr. Strelo-Smith has been seen as Pooh Bah (The Mikado); Horace Tabor (The Ballad of Baby Doe); Falke in (Die Fledermaus); and Harlekin (Ariadne auf Naxos). He garnered high critical praise for his interpretation of Sharpless in Madama Butterfly with West Bay Opera and Bay Shore Lyric Opera and most recently with Livermore Valley Opera.
As a national finalist in the 2003 Classical Productions Voice Competition, Mr. Strelo-Smith was heard in Carnegie Hall - Weill Recital Hall. In 2000 Mr. Strelo-Smith received a study grant from the Licia Albanese - Puccini Foundation and was invited to appear in the annual winners concert in New York's Alice Tully Hall. He is also a past 1st place winner of the Berkeley Piano Club Voice Competition and a semi-finalist in the Loren L. Zachary Society for the Performing Arts.
As Vocal/Musical Director he oversaw productions of Little Shop of Horrors; Nunsense; Annie; The Sound of Music; Das Barbecu; Camelot; 42nd Street; Do I Hear A Waltz? and Gifts of the Magi. He also continues to work, successfully, with children's theatre programs providing master classes, private voice lessons and repertoire coaching for middle and high school aged performers. Mr. Strelo-Smith's creativity, energy and commitment to working with people of all ages and abilities has placed in high demand as a Vocal Coach, Voice Instructor and Master Teacher.