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Holt McCallany

Holt McCallany costars in director David Fincher's MINDHUNTER on Netflix, and can be seen in the prison drama SHOT CALLER from director Ric Roman Waugh. Previous film appearances include SULLY, THE PERFECT GUY, BLACKHAT, GANGSTER SQUAD, VANTAGE PONT, BELOW, MEN OF HONOR, FIGHT CLUB, THREE KINGS, MUMFORD, and ALIEN 3. On television he played Patrick "Lights" Leary in LIGHTS OUT for FX, among others.

Holt was born in New York City into a theatrical family. His mother was a nightclub singer and his father was an actor and producer. He spent much of his youth in Nebraska but also attended school in Ireland and France.

Gina Carano

Gina Joy Carano was born under a tornado warning in Dallas, Texas, to parents Dana Joy (Cason) and Glenn Thomas Carano. Her father played for the Super Bowl Champion Dallas Cowboys as a backup quarterback for Roger Staubach and Danny White from 1977-1983. In 1984, he was the starting quarterback for the USFL Pittsburgh Maulers. Gina's parents divorced when she was a child, but her father remained involved in her upbringing and is her biggest fan. Gina is of three sixteenths Italian descent, and her other roots include English, Scottish, Dutch, and German.

The middle child of three close-knit girls, Casey being a year older and Christie, the youngest, Gina is their self-proclaimed bodyguard and highly protective of them. All three girls were star athletes in high school. Growing up in Las Vegas, Gina, a natural born athlete and rambunctious tomboy, studied gymnastics, jazz, tap, ballet, rode horses, whooped up on her male cousins for fun at family gatherings, and wrestled and played football with the neighborhood boys. She graduated from Trinity Christian High School in Las Vegas, Nevada, where she excelled in the volleyball, softball and basketball teams, the latter she helped secure a state title. Her collegiate studies include the University of Nevada, Reno where she attended one year, and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas for three where she was offered positions on both the softball and basketball teams. Her academic goal was a degree in psychology, but with only a few credits remaining she dropped everything in order to help her older sister through a crisis. At the age of 21, Gina began training in Muay Thai, a form of Kickboxing, with Master Toddy at the suggestion of then boyfriend Kevin Ross. In pursuit of a life-changing experience he ended up at a local Las Vegas Muay Thai Gym and she tagged along. A trainer approached her, telling her point blank that she was fat and needed to lose weight. She weighed around 175 lbs. and had no direction at that point in her life. She began training and became addicted. Master Toddy saw potential in the way Gina handled herself. She took naturally to fighting with strong punches, deadly elbows and knees, a impressive overhand right, and rib-cracking hard kicks. Immersing herself completely in the sport, she advanced quickly. Months later she found herself in a "fight club" situation in San Francisco where she took on any female fighter plopped down in front of her. Since then, she hasn't looked back.

Initially, because of her pretty face, spectators refused to take her seriously as a fighter. It is a bias that has haunted her throughout her fighting career. Gina, who is openly laughed at, insulted, and ridiculed in front of crowds before fights, realizes she will have to cowgirl up in order to silence her taunters and she lets her fists do the talking. Her Muay Thai career is comprised of an impressive 12 wins, 1 loss, and 1 draw and she becomes the first American woman to win a title in Thailand. The 2005 cult film Ring Girls follows Gina and her trainer, Master Toddy during her early Muay Thai career. Because of her beauty, spunk, and tenacity she developed a significant fan following. In June 2006, Gina's success in Muay Thai brings her to the attention of Jamie Levine of World Extreme Fighting in the world of Mixed Martial Arts. He offers her a fight against Leiticia Pestova who holds a MMA record of 11 wins and 2 losses. It is to be the first-ever sanctioned female MMA bout in the state of Nevada. Levine is impressed with Gina's statuesque size. Standing at 5'8" and 155 lbs., which is the starting weight class for men, she isn't a frail little girl and has power in her kicks comparable to a man. Still in its infancy, and because of its vicious nature, a lot of people were teetering on the fence about women fighting in MMA. Levine believed gender didn't matter and he wanted to give the two women a nationwide platform to show what they could do. Gina, under the moniker "Conviction", trained relentlessly for the history-making bout, weighing in at a muscular 135 pounds. She does not disappoint her fans, winning the fight in explosive ground-and-pound action in the 38th second of the first round. Critics begin to whine that Gina is receiving preferential treatment based on her striking good looks and that her talents as a fighter are less than stellar. She uses these criticisms as fuel for her next bout against British fighter Rosi Sexton. in September 15, 2006. Sexton, a cerebral fighter with a mathematics degree from Cambridge and over 10 years of martial arts experience, possesses a 6-0 MMA record. Many believe Carano will go down in flames but, with six seconds left to go in the second round, Gina knocks Sexton out with a jaw dropping and show stopping overhand right. In December 2006, she faced Elaina Maxwell in what was their second fight against each other, the first time being in a Muay Thai bout. The fight went 3 rounds and showcased Gina's powerful overhand right and improved grappling skills. She won the unanimous decision.

February 10, 2007 -- In what is billed the "Fight of the Night" and the first televised female fight on Showtime, she faced Julie Kedzie. Kedzie, who was once arrested with a group of 300 nuns at a protest, is a feisty brawler known for overpowering her opponents in the clench. She has a record of 8 wins and 4 losses. The exciting fight, an amazing stand-up brawl, goes the distance with Gina knocking Kedzie flat at the end of the second round. Kedzie, a scrappy fighter, refused to give in, taking Carano down in the third round in a submission attempt. Carano rallied, winning the unanimous decision. The appreciative crowd gave both fighters a roaring standing ovation. Julie and Gina became training partners and good friends and remain so to this day. Gina's popularity skyrockets and she is crowned "The Face of Women's MMA" a title she doesn't particularly care for since it detracts from other women in the sport. Her image is everywhere. Critics, some of them other female fighters, complain that she is using sex appeal to further her career, that she is compensating for something she is lacking in the ring, that what she is doing is disrespectful to the sport, but fans can't seem to get enough of the imposing brunette. Men fall in love with her. Little girls and women find her an inspirational combination of beauty, strength, and power. Everyone is taken in by her shy smile and laid back, good-natured personality. Gina, who believes the image of a powerful, feminine woman is something to be celebrated, is baffled by the criticisms and humbled by the attention and support from her fans. She wins her next two fights -- In September 2007 against Tonya Evinger, a wrestling champion, via rear naked choke -- Gina's first submission -- and in May 2008 against Kaitlin Young although Gina had to forfeit a little over 12% of the purse to keep the fight on the card. She failed to make EliteXC's newly created 140 lb. weight class. Most MMA organizations have the featherweight division at 145 lbs. (65.8 kg.) Coming into the fight with only a three-week training camp, Carano weighed in at 144.5 lbs. (65.5 kg.) In spite of everyone's dire predictions, she dominates and the fight is stopped at the end of the second round. Gina wins by TKO. June 2008. More criticism : A sportswriter reporting on the Carano vs. Young fight voices his suspicion that Gina's opponents must be handpicked to make sure of the outcome and that she is too pretty to fight. He finds women fighting in the MMA an unpleasant experience but concludes that she is quite the asset. 2008 -- Gina reluctantly joins the cast of American Gladiators. She had reservations about running around in itty-bitty superhero spandex, but the show's producers pursued her and finally convinced her to sign on. She becomes known as "Crush" and cultivates a whole new fan base. She also appears as "Natasha", a Soviet Commando and Sniper, in the video game "Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3". MMA Legend Randy Couture, who Gina trains with, also appears. Critics are oddly silent on Couture 'going Hollywood', using his sex appeal, or being 'too pretty' to be in the video game. October 2008 -- Gina causes an unintentional frenzy at the weigh-in for the fight against Kelly Kobold. She has only fought once in the past year and there is speculation that she will not be able to make weight. Gina had hired a nutritionist to help with her diet, but at the weigh-in, she failed to make weight on her first two attempts. Gina, who has stated she will never pose naked for "Playboy" or any publication, boldly strips off all her clothes for the third attempt. Photographers shoved and tripped over each other trying to obtain the Holy Grail of photos, a bare naked Gina Carano. Severely dehydrated and towel-shielded from the cameras, she successfully makes weight at 141 pounds. Her father is one of the men holding up towels. October 5, 2008 -- With a 16-2-1 record, 6 wins by knockout and 8 by submission, Kelly Kobold vows to make Gina Carano the broken, bruised and bloodied face of MMA. Instead, it is Gina who bloodied Kobold's face with a severe gash over the right eye. Gina unleashed killer kicks and knees and wins the fight. She remained undefeated and lovingly dedicated the win to her grandfather. 2009 --

She and fellow MMA athletes Kevin 'Kimbo Slice' Ferguson and Maurice Smith dabbled in the Hollywood scene with small but memorable cameos in the Michael Jai White film Blood and Bone. Gina also appears on the cover of "ESPN The Magazine - The Body Issue". Posing mostly topless she shows off an impressive set of abdominals, amazing legs, and invokes more criticism. August 15, 2009 -- Gina makes history again by becoming the first female fighter to earn $100,000 for a fight. She faced Brazilian Cristiane "Cyborg" Santos in the first Women's Championship. The championship was scheduled for 5 rounds, each lasted 5 minutes -- Another first. In a hard fought battle, she loses in a heartbreaker by TKO at the bell at the end of the first round. But on January 6, 2012, revelations come to light. The California State Athletic Commission announced that Santos had tested positive for steroids after a December 2011 fight. It throws suspicion on the legitimacy of all of Cyborg's wins, including her win against Gina. Cyborg is suspended for one year, received a $2,500 fine. Gina, though hurt and disappointed, remained gracious and supportive of her sister fighter. A Carano vs. Cyborg rematch would be a huge MMA event but it is unlikely that Gina will ever return to the sport that made her a superstar. Classified by the Unified Women's MMA Rankings as the third best 145 lb (66 kg.) female fighter in the world, her current MMA record stands at 7 wins and 1 loss.

It was after that devastating loss, black eye and all, that a deflated Gina met with Academy Award winning director Steven Soderbergh for lunch in San Diego. He had seen her fight earlier on CBS and dreamed of building a film around her. Immediately he was struck with her presence and intriguing mix of muscular power and eye-catching femininity. Inspired, he wrote the role of Mallory Kane specifically for her although she is nothing like the unsmiling, structured, alpha female character. Soderbergh assembled an impressive cast and all heaped praise on the fighter and aspiring actress. Channing Tatum, a huge fan of Gina's and the MMA, immediately signed on when he learned she was involved in the project. Ewan McGregor, having no clue who Gina Carano was, studied many of her fights on YouTube. Initially horrified by the violence of the sport, he with met with her and was taken with how quiet, gentle and thoughtful she was out of the ring. He recalls hurting his hand when he accidentally punched Gina in the head during the film's final climatic fight scene. Gina, completely unaffected by the punch and worried she had injured the actor, immediately popped to her feet and asked if he was okay. Antonio Banderas found Gina to be beautiful, natural and real and believes she has a career in front of her. Michael Fassbender, who Gina now considers a mentor, thought her extraordinary and was impressed with her work ethic. Michael Douglas, who topped out the A-list cast, heralded Gina's self-control.

Gina is proud to have been a pioneer in Women's MMA, for kicking down barriers and inspiring and paving the way for the next wave of female fighters. She recently joined the 87Eleven Stunt team, the same team that propelled her to star status with their work on Haywire. With film projects like Fast & Furious 6, In the Blood and rumors of Wonder Woman flying around, Gina Carano has found her niche in the Action Heroine film market. Her newest challenge as an athlete -- To cross over into film successfully.

Eion Bailey

Eion is known for his performances in the Emmy and Golden Globe winning HBO miniseries Band of Brothers, character roles in "Fight Club" , "Almost Famous", "Center Stage" and leading man opposite Antonio Banderas in HBOs "And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself". Eion was nominated for a Golden Satellite award and hailed by critics for a "beautifully understated performance that brings a striking balance to the piece". The movie's legendary writer-producer Larry Gelbart of M.A.S.H. fame was quoted in Variety as saying " I see Eion as a reincarnation of Henry Fonda. He's physically attractive and exudes an effortless sincerity, he has the whole actors ball of wax".

In September 2003, Variety Magazine honored Bailey as one of the top ten emerging actors to watch. He has appeared in Showtime's original movie, "Sexual Life", where he was voted the prestigious 'breakthrough performance of the year award' by audience members of The Phoenix International Film Festival after only twenty minutes of screen time.

Eion joined the cast of ER for half a season, and was recognized by People Magazine as one of the Fifty Most Eligible Bachelors of 2005 and US magazine named Eion and his cast mate Maura Tierney as one of the sexiest couples on television. Eion has since starred opposite Ellen Pompeo in the television movie "Life of the Party", for which he was awarded his first Emmy for 'Outstanding Performance in a 'Youth or Family Special'.

On stage, Eion has appeared in numerous plays, most notably as Alan Strang in the psychological masterpiece "Equus" at the Pasadena Playhouse. In this daring role that requires an on stage mental breakdown and prolonged full nudity, critics once again found Eion's performance to be remarkable. Variety called him "excellent as Strang" Hollywood Reporter "expert" and Drama Logue noted that "his performance moves to a profoundly moving crescendo by plays end".

More recently his turn as as Steve Knight on Showtimes "Ray Donovan" attracted attention along with an international fan following for his multi-year recurring role on ABC's "Once Upon A Time". In 2017 Eion is shooting "The Last Tycoon" for Amazon and his starring turn in the nautical-drama "Extortion" with Academy award nominee Barkhad Abdi and Danny Glover will be released by Lionsgate May 16th.

Eugenie Bondurant

Eugenie Bondurant's long and slightly strange career has taken her from the runways of New York and Paris to a featured role as "Tigris" in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2.

At 6'-1", with knife-blade cheekbones, Bondurant, was "discovered" after a bout with cancer left her looking especially exotic and androgynous. She was soon a working model in the U.S. and Europe. A modeling trip to Los Angeles led to an acting career. She created a string of bizarre characters in TV and film - including Fight Club (with Ed Norton), Saturday Night Live (with Madonna and Mike Myers). She tossed around comedian Gene Wilder while playing Alice Cooper's favorite Dominatrix on the TV series Something Wilder. And on HBO's Arliss, she played a transvestite who lured a strait-laced athlete into a night of sin. In the indie feature, Donald and Dot Clock, her character bonded with a house-full of rodents.

It's a career that prompted her New Orleans' grandmother to ask: "Can't you play a normal person?"

Not likely. When The Hunger Games' director, Francis Lawrence, went looking for an actor to play Tigris, a pivotal character enhanced to be both female and feline, the search led them to Bondurant. Now the good people over at Lionsgate announced that actress Eugenie Bondurant has joined the cast of the fourth and final installment in The Hunger Games film saga The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2. She is also a cabaret singer, appearing in the American Songbook Series with Paul Wilborn and Blue Roses and a founder of The Radio Theater Project.

A well-known On-Camera and Meisner acting coach, Bondurant, is a staff member at the prestigious Patel Conservatory in Tampa, Fl. Along with acting, she has a BA in Finance.

David Andrews

David Andrews, born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, graduated summa cum-laude from Louisiana State University, before going on to study law at Duke University and earning his degree from Stanford Law School. After becoming a member of the California bar and practicing law for a short time, he took what he calls a "hard right", deciding to leave the legal profession for an acting career. Now a 35-year industry veteran, David Andrews has worked with some of Hollywood's top directors and Oscar-winning actors, and has been singled out by critics for his work on both stage and screen.

A highly versatile actor and consummate professional, David's roles have run the gamut in films such as World War Z, Apollo 13, Fight Club, Hannibal, Walk to Remember, The Conspirator, Cherry 2000, and Fair Game, in which he was singled out for his powerful portrayal of Scooter Libby.

On television, David has starred as a series regular on JAG, The Monroes, Mann & Machine, The Antagonist, HBO's 12 Miles of Bad Road, and the BBC's Pulaski, for which he received an ACE Award nomination for Best Actor in the title role. In addition to a very long list of guest starring roles, David has recurred on numerous series: Netflix' hit series House of Cards, Justified, Murder in the First, The Catch, Crisis, The Whispers, Necessary Roughness, CSI, Covert Affairs, Brothers and Sisters, Surface, Dragnet, and Murder One. He is currently recurring as Sam Vincent on USA's soon-to-be released series Shooter.

MOW/mini-series projects, to name just a few, include HBO's Band of Brothers and From the Earth to the Moon, for which he earned a SAG Award for Outstanding Ensemble Performance and critical acclaim for his performance as astronaut Frank Borman.

David recently finished co-writing his second feature film script, Bushido, a action/adventure tale of self discovery set in Japan amidst the chaos and destruction of the final days of WWII.

Juju Chan

JuJu Chan is a Chinese American action star graduated with a Masters degree from the prestigious NYU-Tisch School of the Arts (Film/TV). She is an award winning international movie actress, martial artist, Taekwon-Do (ITF) Hong Kong National athlete and medalist, Thai Boxing Champion, and Hong Kong Pop Singer. JuJu was coined as the next Michelle Yeoh and Female Bruce Lee by the Hong Kong Media, she is the only female actress in Hong Kong who has mastered the nunchucks, including double nunchucks.

JuJu is best known for her role as Silver Dart Shi in the latest Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny film, and in RICH MATE POOR MATE, a reality TV series produced by RTHK. Her upcoming films includes: American action film SAVAGE DOG, Co-starring with action star Scott Adkins; THE INVINCIBLE DRAGON Co-starring with Max Zhang and UFC star Anderson Silva; and a number of US, Chinese and Hong Kong productions. JuJu has starred in a several TV programs including a recent Hong Kong TV hit, ViuTV's first reality combat show program G-1 Fight Club, TVB's SPORTS LIKE NO OTHER, and RTHK's KUNG FU QUEST 3. JuJu is always portrayed as the real action actress with a strong, positive and healthy image.

Tim Neff

Tim Neff is a working actor and filmmaker, with a strong passion for martial arts.

In his early years, Tim moved around regularly, exposing him to a multitude of cultures, thereby making him a student of life and an expert in the subtleties of human communication. This skill has helped him tremendously in his current film and acting work, relating his vast life experiences to the roles he designs.

Tim is also former military, and held an above top secret security clearance. He has been trained in hand-to-hand combat, knives, explosives and firearms, and is a specialist holding a marksman in 9mil, M-16, AR-15 and the 12 gauge shotgun. Additionally, Tim is very passionate about and skilled in stage combat, fight choreography, parkour/freerunning, and stunt work, as well as martial arts including Capoeira, Taekwondo, Wing Chun, Boxing, Kickboxing and Martial Arts Tricking.

After completing his time in the military, Tim moved to Los Angeles where he began taking traditional acting classes such as Tony Barr's film actor's workshop, improvisation at the Groundlings, and courses at the Ivana Chubbuck studio and intensive workshops with Margie Haber.

Tim is working on a feature film called "Ripped to Shredz" in a leading role, that will have a theatrical release. A second project in the works is the live action adaptation of "Dragon Ball Z" in which Tim plays the lead role, and fan favorite, Trunks. Both parts are action and stunt heavy, both of which are his specialties. On top of these Tim has been working on a short film that has won 8 short film festivals and is currently in post to be recreated into a full feature shooting end of 2016 into 2017.

Tim was also a character/creature actor in SyFy's Face Off" for five seasons, working with prosthetics and movie makeup as a performer. He has been a on NBC's "Hollywood Game Night" alongside Jane Lynch since its culmination as a pilot and coming up on season 5 later this year, and has appeared as the lead in many music videos and national commercials.

Admiring such actors as Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Donnie Yen and Cecep Arif Rahman for their revolutionary fight scenes and ability to move uniquely in a confined space, Tim has adapted that into his own practice. Artists like Jim Carrey and Robin Williams inspire Tim to explore comedic timing, and the intricacies of layering emotions into a scene. Jack Nicholson, Daniel Day-Lewis and Morgan Freeman have undeniable range and can play characters with such determined, precise choices, offering Tim the inspiration and insight to apply similar skill to his own work.

Pulp Fiction, Seven, Braveheart, Last of the Mohicans, Fight Club, IP Man, Enter the Dragon, Goodfellas, American Beauty, The Shining, Gladiator, Requium for a Dream, Pan's Labyrinth, Heat, Good Will Hunting, Warrior, Fargo, and A Beautiful Mind are just a handful of Tim's favorite films due their artistic merit and aesthetic beauty. Directors like Tarantino, Kubrick, Coppola and Scorsese are some of the greats that Tim admires as their entire body of work consistently push the boundaries of film as an art form and as a method of telling a story.

When not working as an actor and athlete, Tim has taken the initiative to create his own clothing line, Heart Attack Clothing. Tim has designed custom Heart Attack wear for popular TV shows such as SyFy's "Lost Girl", bands such as Depeche Mode, as well as providing streetwear/dancewear to the general public, building the Heart Attack brand to by synonymous with edginess and cutting edge design. He has also been a dancer for a number of years, performing and teaching hip hop styles of dance including break and pop lock. He loves art and music, and being able to express himself through all aspects of both.

Chuck Palahniuk

Chuck is a low key writer who never stops writing and taking down notes to file away for future writing. Very funny, very creative and very thought provoking. His books often make you look at yourself in ways that you would never have before. Same goes for the world, he will make you notice things that you never did. He is of French and Russian descent but his last name is from Ukraine. He gained recognition with his first book "Fight Club" which was later made into a film by 20th Century Fox. He went on to gain popularity as his later novels which include Survivor, Invisible Monsters, Choke, Lullaby, and Haunted. More recently (2003) he has written a travel book about his hometown Portland, Oregon entitled "Fugitives & Refugees". His newest novel is entitled "Rant".

Chris Wedge

John Christian Wedge was born on March 20, 1957 in Binghamton, New York. After graduating from Fayetteville-Manlius High School, Wedge went to study at the State University of New York at Purchase, where he received a BFA in film, and soon after that he went on to study at Ohio State University, earning him a MA in computer graphics and art education.

Wedge began his career as an effects artist for films such as Tron (1982). In February, 1987, he founded Blue Sky Studios, along with Carl Ludwig, Dr. Eugene Troubetzkoy, Alison Brown, David Brown and Michael Ferraro. Throughout the 80s and 90s the studio helped create visual effects for television commercials and films like "Alien Resurrection" (1997), "Star Trek: Insurrection" (1998), "Fight Club" (1999) and "Titan A.E." (2000). Wedge produced the short animated "Bunny", in 1998, which earned him an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. After Wedge directed the critically acclaimed feature film "Ice Age" (2002), Blue Sky Studios was finally established in to one of the top animation studios in the United States.

Dennis Widmyer

Dennis Widmyer graduated from Long Island University's film program in 1999 with four short films and five feature film scripts under his belt. Within a year he began production assistant work on small independent films. In 2000 he graduated to working on studio films and served as an art department assistant on the Ben Stiller vehicle 'Zoolander.' A few years later he followed this up with another Ben Stiller film 'Duplex,' with co-star Drew Barrymore. In-between he worked on the Heather Graham sex comedy 'The Guru' as well as a handful of commercials from directors like Martin Scorsese.

In 2003 he co-founded Parallactic Pictures with long-time collaborator Kevin Kolsch. Parallactic Pictures came out of the gate with the back-to-back production of two feature-length projects: 'Postcards From The Future,' a highly popular documentary on bestselling writer Chuck Palahniuk (author of Fight Club) and 'Absence,' a dark kidnapping mystery. The projects share a common bond in that 'Absence' was shot on a shoestring budget (under $30,000) with revenue earned from sales of the documentary.

Dennis Widmyer spent the next few years shooting short films, commercials, music videos and festival bumpers. In 2011 his short film 'Curtain' placed at a number of prestigious film festivals including Fantastic Fest, Cinequest and The Telluride Horror Show.

In 2013, he and Kevin Kolsch followed up this string of shorts with their third feature film, 'Starry Eyes,' for Snowfort Pictures and Dark Sky Films. After premiering at SXSW the film went on to tour the world, playing such festivals as Sitges, Fright Fest UK, Fantasia and more. The film is currently on VOD and all streaming platforms, as well as available in select countries in Blu-ray and DVD.

The two followed this feature with another short project, this time the opening segment in an upcoming anthology for XYZ Films titled 'Holidays' which also features entries from Kevin Smith, Scott Stewart and Gary Shore.

In-between being on set, he and Kevin have continued to write upcoming projects and are in talks to co-direct a number of feature films from 2016 on.

Mark David

Quotes about Mark David's work:

" . . . Startling and original work. Bold and audacious . . ." -MovieMaker Magazine

" . . . Provocative and gorgeous . . ." - Film Threat

" . . . A dazzling directorial debut (Sweet Thing) ...David is destined for greatness . . ." - MovieMaker Magazine

Mark David is an award-winning Writer, Director and Cinematographer. David's third independent feature film,"American Cowslip" (2010) starred Diane Ladd, Rip Torn, Cloris Leachman, Bruce Dern, Val Kilmer and Peter Falk and was released in North America through Warner Bros. and E1. American Cowslip, in which David directed the legendary Falk in his last big screen appearance, took out top honors at the 2010 Albuquerque Film Festival.

Following the success of American Cowslip, David penned the harrowing family crime drama "The Gift Horse", to which he is also attached as Director. David's debut feature, "Sweet Thing", and sophomore effort, "Intoxicating", were both well received critically, garnering invitations to multiple US and international film festivals. Both films were also distributed commercially worldwide and in the US, where "Intoxicating" received a limited theatrical run. David's work as a filmmaker often showcases his multi-faceted abilities as a director, cinematographer, editor and composer.

A musician since childhood, Houston-born David's work in the visual medium began when he directed a music video for his former rock band "The Agency", while living in Austin, TX. The video caught the attention of the festival circuit,premiered in competition at the SXSW Film Festival and a directing passion was born. David has scored his previous films, creating and writing soundtracks with musicians ranging from rappers Coolio, Sen Dog of Cypress Hill and 2 Live Crew (Intoxicating), to Grammy Award-winning and Fight Club composers the Other Brothers for the superhero parody film "The Duo". David also scored Allie and Me for Michael Rymer.

For American Cowslip,David invited acclaimed Soundgarden bassist Ben Shepherd to work with him on original compositions to form the studio band "Ultrarev" which was signed on an indie label, Feudal Records (2009).

David photographed Sweet Thing, Intoxicating and American Cowslip and has lensed numerous other independent features including the multiple award winning film "The Preacher's Daughter". In 2013 David lensed "A Woman Betrayed" AKA "The Preacher's Mistress", as well as directed and shot several music videos including "Hey Hey" and "Darling" for Julia Othmer, with whom he has collaborated on tracks for his upcoming feature "The Gift Horse".

In 2014 Mark David directed and shot his fourth feature film , "Jonny's Sweet Revenge" (2016) on which he also composed the score and edited. "Jonny's Sweet Revenge" reunited him once again with many of the cast members of "American Cowslip" including Ronnie Gene Blevins, Priscilla Barnes and Blake Clark. in January 2014 He also lensed the indie thriller "Battered". In 2015 and 2016, "Jonny's Sweet Revenge" won ten awards at film festivals, including Best Director, Best Film and an Audience Award. David went on to Direct the Drama/ Thriller, "Texas Heart", starring Lin Shaye, John Savage and Daniella Bobadilla (Anger Management, The Middle). The film won Best picture at the Albuquerque Film Festival in 2015 and many other awards.

Jeanette Samano

Jeanette Samano is of Mexican origin, she grew up in a working-class neighborhood in Sylmar, California. Being the middle child in a family of 5 kids, Jeanette found her expression and sense of individuality through self-made comedy performances, and, at a young age, began doing stand-up comedy shows for family and friends. Jeanette credits her father, former comedian Felipe Samano, for her comedic inspirations and passion for performance.

She has studied acting at the American Conservatory theatre in San Francisco, Ivana Chubbuck Studios, Brian Reise Acting Studios, Sterling Acting Studios and improv at Up Right Citizens Brigade. Her many years of studying has enabled her to audition and book 3 starring roles in full lenght feature films. In 2015 she filmed a teen slasher film "Murder in the Woods" in which she leads as Fernanda, a young 18-year-old woman who, although a bit of an outsider, steps up and leads when things get hairy and scary in the woods. And currently she is filming "SOPHIE" with Amanda Plummer, the second installment for "ISA" which premiered on SciFi Channel, playing a troubled high school student who discovers that a chip in her brain alters her dreams to merge with reality. More recently Samano was cast as Gaby in Female Fight Club playing opposite to Dolph Lundgren, the role will be showcasing her alethic skills as an underground member of a female fight club.

A very passionate, multi-talented and athletic actress, Jeanette loves to box and run track in her spare time and she has also been dancing since the age of eight, having trained at Millennium Dance Complex and with Debbie Reynolds. She has danced and performed on The LopezTonight Show and other huge venues, such as Power House, and Teen Choice Awards.

This young actress is thriving in Feature films, and Sci Fi has proven to be a fitting genre. Jeanette hopes that her next project will allow her to showcase her inherent comedic abilities.

Mark Fite

Mark Fite is an American actor and comedian. Originally from the Midwest, Fite graduated from the University of Iowa with a degree in Communications and Theatre Arts. In Los Angeles, he has worked with several prestigious theatre companies such as The Actors' Gang, Theater of NOTE, and The Padua Hills Playwrights' Festival. In 2009, he appeared in the world premiere comedy Matthew Modine Saves The Alpacas alongside Matthew Modine, Peri Gilpin, and French Stewart at the Geffen Playhouse. Fite is a founding member of the Los Angeles based comedy group Two Headed Dog and has performed at The Comedy Store, The Improv, Upright Citizens Brigade, The Comedy Festival in Las Vegas, The U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Los Angeles Micro-Fest, The San Francisco Comedy Festival, and Tenacious D's Festival Supreme in 2015. Fite is well known for creating original roles in many long running hit comedy shows in L.A., including Bob's Holiday Office Party, The Rudy Casoni Show, Girly Magazine Party, and Clowntown City Limits. He has also made multiple appearances at L.A. favorites Lucha VaVoom and the Brookledge Follies. Fite has appeared in numerous television shows, including SpongeBob SquarePants (25 episodes), Parenthood, Mike & Molly, Grey's Anatomy, Rizzoli & Isles, Rules of Engagement, The Naked Trucker and T- Bones Show, Arliss, The Drew Carey Show, The Andy Dick Show, The Naked Truth, Tenacious D, Mr. Show, Friends, Seinfeld, and NewsRadio. Fite's varied film credits include Fight Club, Independence Day, Godzilla, SpongeBob SquarePants 2, Off The Lip, Happy Endings, Courting Courtney, Janeane From Des Moines, Mystery Cave, Elephant Sighs (with Ed Asner), and in 2011, a short film for Dior (L.A.dy Dior) opposite Academy Award winning actress Marion Cotillard, directed by John Cameron Mitchell.

Peter Ramsey

Peter Ramsey is the director of Dreamworks Animation's 2012 feature film "Rise Of The Guardians". He also directed the Halloween TV special, "Monsters vs. Aliens: Mutant Pumpkins from Outer Space" as well as serving as a story artist on several of Dreamworks Animation's feature films. Prior to joining Dreamworks, he worked as a storyboard artist on a notable number of live action feature films, including "Backdraft", "Boyz n the Hood", "Bram Stoker's Dracula", "Minority Report", "Cast Away", "Independence Day," "Being John Malkovich", "Fight Club" and "Hulk", among many others. Ramsey's directing skills were honed early, as Second Unit Director on live action feature films including "Godzilla," "Tank Girl," "Higher Learning," and "Poetic Justice." A lifelong resident of Los Angeles, California, Peter grew up in the Crenshaw area, and graduated from Palisades High School before attending UCLA.

Thom Gossom Jr.

Thom Gossom Jr. (born 1952) is an American actor, writer, and communications professional. Born in Birmingham, Alabama, he received his Bachelor of Arts in communications from Auburn University where he was the first black athlete in the Southeastern Conference to walk on, earn a full scholarship and graduate. Gossom defied the odds and became a three-year starter. He is featured in the HBO special, "Breaking the Huddle", about integration of Southern college football. Gossom furthered his education with a Master of Arts in communication from The University of Montevallo in Alabama. He is owner and President of Best Gurl Inc. a communications firm. Gossom's career has spanned film, television and the stage. His film credits include "Fight Club", "Jeepers Creepers 2", and "Miss Ever's Boy's". He starred as the title character, "Israel", in the NYPD Blue Emmy winning episode, "Lost Israel." and in the recurring roles of City Councilman Ted Marcus on "In the Heat of the Night". Judge Blake Winters in "Boston Legal, as Judge Kenneth Shepard on "Reckless" and as Lieutenant Moore in the upcoming series "Partners". Gossom's theatre roles include, "Speak of Me As I Am". a critically acclaimed one-man play that he write, "Fences" and "American Buffalo", among others. "Quiet Courage". a film he write and produced in association with Auburn University, tells the story of James Owens, the first black athlete to break the racial barriers of college football in the Deep South. The film delves into the personal price that Owens' paid in being "the first" and the impact his presence made not just in the game, but in the lives of those he touched that still reverberates today. Watch Quiet Courage trailer here. Gossom's writing credits include his published memoir, "Walk-On: My Reluctant Journey To Integration at Auburn University", which chronicles his role in collegiate football history. Gossom's newest work, "A Slice of Life", is the first of a three-part collection of "life stories" woven around themes of ordinary people caught up in extraordinary circumstances. Gossom also writes a current events blog, "As I SEE It". When not writing, producing or acting, Gossom is a frequent speaker for universities, corporation and civic organizations. Through his experience, intellect and wit, he inspires, entertains, educates and motivates his audience.

Geeta Patel

Sundance writer/director Geeta V. Patel is known for her raw, form-pushing style in both drama and comedy genres. Geeta and brother Ravi directed the 2015 romantic comedy Meet the Patels, which led to a writing/directing deal with Fox Searchlight in 2016. Geeta is also writer/director of the upcoming political/action feature film entitled Mouse, produced by Grant Hill (The Matrix, Tree of Life), choreography by Jeff Imada (Fight Club, Bourne Identity) and Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui. Geeta made her directorial debut with the award-winning Sundance/ITVS war thriller, Project Kashmir, which led to directing fellowships at both the Sundance and Tribeca Institutes. Geeta began her career as Associate Screenwriter on big-budget studio films in all stages, ranging from original work to production re-writes. She has worked with Disney, Universal Pictures, ABC, NBC, and Twentieth Century Fox on a range of films including The Fast and the Furious and Blue Crush. A graduate in Comparative Area Studies at Duke University, Geeta's background languages and global human geography, along with her interest in action/movement choreography, inform her work. While studying in Berlin, Writer/Director Anthony Minghella inspired her to pursue a career in storytelling. Geeta was recently Visiting Artist in Belarus and Turkey as one of 29 filmmakers chosen for President Obama's film delegation. In 2016, she is a delegate to Bosnia and Egypt.

Lena Gora

Lena Gora is a classically trained screen and stage actress. She was born in Gdansk, Poland to Slawek Gora, a figurative artist and Ela (Malwina) Gora, a singer in a number of 80s alternative polish bands. Lena began acting at a young age in local theatres in Poland staring in productions such as Electra, The Trial and Romeo & Juliet.

Moving to London at 15, she became a member of The-O Adams' Company and acted as Head of Performance for London's, Caligula ('London's answer to Studio 54': Time Out.) In 2010 she relocated to New York where she studied at the HB Studios and was a member of the The Actors Studio. Mentored by Joe Paradise she performed in numerous theatre projects. In 2011 Lena completed her debut lead role in feature film FAIL. Later that year she briefly returned to London to appear in a VICE magazine mockumentary series Dalston Superstars and modeled for Vogue Italy (May 2012). In 2013 she became the face of fashion label Anzevino. Lena has been shot by Cedric Buchet, David Sims for W magazine and appeared in Vogue Italy, VICE, iD and LOVE magazines.

Lena is now based in Los Angeles. In 2015 she appeared in Cineville's Female Fight Club and played Jane in Cops and Robbers (2015) alongside Tom Berenger. In spring 2016 she was one of 10 Strong Women portrayed by Alistar Guy, exhibition opened on may 4th at Smythson of Bond Street, London; other models included Daphne Guiness, Melanie Griffith and Tippi Hedren.

She is currently in pre-production of Lilith directed by Jeff Preiss and Goat Hill Road dir. by Bo Brinkman.

Bill McAdams Jr.

Born and raised in Virginia, Bill graduated from The Catholic University of America in 1994 with a double major in Drama and Philosophy. Bill was playing collegiate baseball when he got his first film experience appearing as a utility baseball player in Charlie Sheen's Major League II. Bill then went on to doubled Matt Damon in Francis Ford Coppola's The Rainmaker. Bill's Relationship with Matt Damon lead to a four year stint as his Photo-double/Standin on the Academy award winning film, Good Will Hunting, Rounders, and Dogma. His experience with Matt Damon enabled him to watch the work of Academy Award winning actors, cinematographers and directors. During this time he was able to learn by observation, gaining hands on experience by observing some of Hollywood's greats. Shortly there after, Bill worked on Amistad with Steven Spielberg and with David Lynch on Lost Highway and Mulholland Drive. Once he landed the Visual effect role of the invisible man in the Academy Award nominated Hollow Man starring Kevin Bacon, and directed by Paul Verhoeven, he realized his future was behind the camera. He took a job as a key production assistant under Producer Louis D'Esposito on the films S.W.A.T, The 6th day, Stuart little 2, The Glass House, Sweet Home Alabama. Bill also worked as a Producer's assistant Not Another Teen Movie and Daredevil. Realizing his skills behind the camera, Bill has found a love for filmmaking as a whole. Bill has also directed the short film's Time, Fountain X, Banana Bread (official selection: Gloria Film Festival. Park City Utah) and a sci-fi zombie pilot, Aftermath (Produced by Rob Minkoff, Director of The Lion King, Forbidden Kingdom). Bill's action thriller and feature directorial debut, "A Lure: Teen Fight Club" was picked up for distribution by Entertainment 7 and Osiris. Bill's feature film he wrote and directed titled Money Shot with Jason Mewes, Jessica Sonneborn and Al Snow was picked up by Kevin Smith's Smodcast Pictures and Phase 4 Films... Bill produced thriller "House Across The Street" starring Eric Roberts, Jessica Sonneborn, Alex Rocco, Ethan Embry and Courtney Gains which is invited to the Ft. Lauderdale film festival. His baseball Documentary Jose Canseco: The Truth Hurts and newly wrapped drama Gallows Road with Ernie Hudson and Kevin Sorbo are in post to be released 2015.

John Lewis

John Lewis is from the Hawaiian island, Oahu. As a young man, he liked break-dancing until he became Influenced by Hawaii's "street-fighting oriented" culture. Lewis got involved in martial arts, and by age 13, he had studied Sho Kon Do, a form of Japanese kickboxing, and Japanese Ju-Jutsu. Lewis trained in his backyard and fought opponents from various styles of martial arts. In doing so he met John Perretti, who introduced him to Gene LeBell. Lewis became LeBell's student, and later received the first black belt given by LeBell. Set on competing in "no holds barred" competitions, Lewis sought out Rickson Gracie of the Brazilian clan of ground-based fighters who popularized Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ). Lewis earned a blue belt under Gracie's tutelage, and later a black belt in BJJ from Andre Pederneiras. In learning different styles for competition, Lewis would be credited as among the earliest of true Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighters.

In September 1995, John Perretti and Gene LeBell accompanied John Lewis for his first sanctioned bout--he had many unsanctioned ones--which took place at United Full Contact Federation in Hawaii . At a minute and forty-five seconds, Lewis submitted Thomas Puckett by arm-bar. Lewis' second fight happened that November in North Carolina against Carlson Gracie Jr. Lewis would frequently hold the cage, which the rules allowed at the time, to help against being taken down. He head-butted Gracie, which was also legal. The fight was considered a draw after the fifteen minute time limit had passed. A five-minute overtime was added which concluded with both men against the cage, and was again ruled a draw. Lewis felt he should have won, landing more strikes, but the rules at the time dictated that with no judges, every fight that reached the end was a draw. Lewis' performance against Gracie enhanced his reputation.

In April 1996, Lewis' third sanctioned fight happened in Battlecade's Extreme Fighting, where John Perretti worked as a matchmaker. To avoid legal obstacles, Extreme Fighting's promoters had the event at a Indian reservation in Quebec, Canada. Lewis' opponent, Jim Teachout, was an AAU National Wrestling champion. Lewis used his ground-fighting abilities to outmaneuver Teachout, and land several elbows to the head which elicited a submission from Teachout. Three months later he fought Rumina Sato to a draw in Vale Tudo Japan. He had another draw that year in his next bout against Johil de Oliveira at an Oklahoma event. His first loss came at the hands of Kenny Monday, who defeated him in Iowa by technical knockout with punches. Lewis lost his rematch with Rumina Sato in Vale Tudo Japan by an arm-lock submission. His losing streak continued when he met LaVerne Clark in World Extreme Fighting and lost by unanimous decision. The streak ended when Lewis fought Lowell Anderson at UFC 22: There Can Be Only One Champion, winning by third round retirement. In November 2000 at UFC 28: High Stakes, Lewis lost to Jens Pulver in fifteen seconds from a punch which broke his jaw, and lead to it being wired shut for six weeks.

Through a business partnership with Andre Pederneiras, Lewis opened J-Sect Jiu-Jitsu gym in Las Vegas in 1995. J-Sect Jiu-Jitsu was the first American affiliate of Brazil's Novia Uniao (New Union) gyms, co-founded by Pederneiras and Wendell Alexander. Lewis helped create another branch of Nova Uniao, in Honolulu, which closed after two years. Lewis cited its closure as a result of the difficulty in managing two gyms while maintaining high standards. After he left competition, Lewis continued work as a trainer. He instructed Randy Couture, B.J. Penn, Tito Ortiz, Chuck Liddell, Matt Lindland, Maurice Smith, Gilbert Yvel, and Frank Trigg. Lewis attended UFC 21: Return of the Champions to be in the corner of Andre Pederneiras. While there he met Lorenzo Fertitta, a member of the Nevada State Athletic Commission. Fertitta was invited by UFC's owner Robert B. Meyrowitz as part of efforts to get MMA legalized in Nevada. Fertitta became a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu student of Lewis, along with his brother Frank Fertitta, and Dana White.

In 2000, John Lewis applied for a fight promoter's license in Nevada. The next year he allied with club promoter John Huntington and lawyer Louis Palazzo to form World Fighting Alliance (WFA). With the motto, "Where the Night Club Meets the Fight Club," the first WFA show took place on November 3, 2001. It was almost canceled because the cage was completed near start time. Lewis said WFA achieved forty-percent of its goals at its first event. WFA had its second card on November 23, 2002, which resulted in another commercial failure. WFA was re-launched in 2005 by Louis Palazzo, Ross Goodman, and Jeremy Lappen. WFA's third and final card happened on July 22, 2006, with another financial loss. Lewis returned to fight promoting in March 2008, when he was named President and Partner of Ultimate Warrior Challenge (UWC). Lewis continued work at his gym, which he renamed John Lewis MMA. In Los Angeles/San Diego, Lewis created another gym named BRICK Performance Center. Outside of the gym, John Lewis an actor, movie producer, stunt choreographer, and founder of JLE Cinema Group.

Christian Dalton

Christian was born in the heart of London. One of his very first views from his hospital room was the mighty Big Ben. Despite spending most of his life living in various places around the UK, London always had a special place in his heart. This was soon to become the driving force behind his ambition. As a child growing up, there was always a fascination when it came to entertainers. Especially actors. One in particular, 'The Artful Dodger.' It was not until his teens that he began to pursue his dreams of joining the industry. All those years of longing for the entertainment release needed to be explored. And as most aspiring London actors do, it took no time at all until the college auditions began. A full-scholarship to Stella Mann, and additional training with former Equity Chairman of Acting, Paul Mead, Christian began to mold himself into the actor that he longed to be. Throughout his training, Christian was being taught to be the triple threat. However, even through all the singing and the dancing classes, it was apparent that the heart truly lied withing the acting field. Christian would slowly but surely stray away from dance, whilst maintaining his fitness levels through sports. As a teenager, Dalton discovered very quickly that he was an exceptional Basketballer. And eventually, a white collar boxer. Throughout many years, he would be seen as the starting Point Guard for teams in the UK, and Western Australia. As a boxer, Dalton would find himself training and sparring with many boxers and MMA clubs and fighters before finally stepping into the cage for 'Taunton Fight Club.' As much as he loved the discipline, it did not take long to realize that attending auditions with bruises probably wasn't the best move.

Dalton went on to play numerous key roles on stage in the UK, and Australia. From one of his favorite characters and scripts, Dakin in 'The History Boys'. To Mark in the hit musical, 'A Chorus Line'. And then onto the beautiful 900-seat Mpac theatre for a second musical, 'Narnia - The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe'. There, he would lead a wonderfully talented cast as he portrayed his version of the young Peter Pevensie. Finally, Christian turned to Shakespeare as he teamed up with Australia's very best Shakespearian director, Stephen Lee for a very special outdoor production of 'Romeo & Juliet' as he took on the role of the County Paris.

After spending some successful years working overseas, the decision was made to stray away from the stage that he loved so much. And a path for screen acting suddenly became more prominent. Whilst he knew this was very different to theatre, Dalton would not hesitate to delve into numerous short films and further training as he slowly but surely converted himself into a screen actor. The transition remains to this day a fascinating experience.

In 2015, Hollywood called. Christian found himself interacting with key players within the LA circuit. It was an immediate adrenaline confirming that not only was he good at the hustle. But also thoroughly enjoyed it. Perhaps it was the comfort of being on the spot from his days on stage. Enter the turning point. A relocation to the U.S with his beautiful wife and son took effect in 2016. From New Mexico to California, Christian would spend weeks at a time in each State, continuing to interact with industry professionals. And to assist him, agent's EAA from CA, and MGR in NM. As well as Midwest Talent Management in North Hollywood. Since the overseas move, Dalton has landed a small role alongside a stellar cast and crew on 'Godless'' for Netflix in Santa Fe. The title role in 'The Masterpiece' - An independent feature film in California. Christian is currently working alongside the same writer as he takes on an executive producer role to accompany his title for a second feature, 'Until It's You Again', to be shot this year.

Christian is very proud to now confirm that he is a permanent resident as he continues on his quest to take his abilities as far as they can possibly go. He would like to thank his rock, his loving wife for all the support that she has given him. And everyone who has always believed in his determination, tenaciousness, and dedication to his craft.

Richard Hymns

Richard Hymns has journeyed from film studio tea-boy to Academy Award-winning Supervising Sound Editor. He got his start as a 16-year-old at Elstree Studios in London running tea service to film editing crew members on their breaks, becoming an apprentice editor soon after.

He rose through the ranks and found his niche in motion picture sound editing, primarily at Skywalker Sound in Northern California. As Supervising Sound Editor of such films as Saving Private Ryan, Fight Club, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Jurassic Park, Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, Backdraft, A River Runs Through It, Jumanji, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, War Horse, Lincoln and All is Lost among others, Hymns established and continues a formidable career predicated on building authenticity and subtlety of sound in service of a director's storytelling vision. From the roar of weaponry to the quiet splash of a fly-fishing lure upon rushing water, a commitment to creative quality is a hallmark of his work.

Hymns has worked with directors Steven Spielberg, Robert Redford, Francis Ford Coppola, James Cameron, David Fincher, Ang Lee, David Lynch, Tim Burton, Roman Polanski, Ron Howard, George Lucas, Chris Columbus, J.C. Chandor, Robert Townsend, Tony Richardson, Alan Parker, Joe Johnston, Brad Silberling, Philip Kaufman and Kevin Smith among others.

He has won three Academy Awards from a total of nine nominations, four Motion Picture Sound Editors (MPSE) Golden Reel Awards and a BAFTA Award.

Seth Reed

Seth Reed is an Emmy Nominated production designer known for bolstering a wide array of story worlds through his artistic ingenuity. Set to debut in December, Seth's most recent production design work will be featured on Hulu's Shut Eye, starring Jeffrey Donovan. Seth's other highlights include hit shows like Supergirl, The Expanse, and Salem. In 2014, Reed received a Primetime Emmy Nomination and Art Directors Guild Nomination for his work on Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey starring Neil deGrasse Tyson.

Seth is also an Emmy Nominated and award-winning art director, having uplifted a number of high profile projects. Many of Hollywood's most respected directors and production designers have entrusted Seth's artistic abilities, leading to his consistent work on both independent and studio films such as I Heart Huckabees, Lords of Dogtown, Real Steel, and Minority Report. Recognized for his art direction, Seth won the Art Directors Guild Excellence in Production Design Award for his art direction on the HBO mini-series From The Earth To The Moon.

After receiving a Masters degree in Architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), Seth practiced architecture for 10 years before entering the entertainment world. He credits his architectural approach to production design as an invaluable skill for the creative visualization/planning process and equally important for cost and time management. Seth's collaborative approach enables him to maximize his artistic vision - designing, sketching and creating something new and original as part of a team.

Seth's other projects include Tombstone, his first Hollywood job, as well as Fight Club, Rat Race, Miami Vice, Blades of Glory, and The Express. Currently residing in Los Angeles, Reed has worked on film and television projects around the world, from South America to Iceland. You can normally find him biking to and from location, and enjoying the great outdoors.

Fabien Martorell

Fabien Martorell is an Award-Winning Film Director from France who moved to Los Angeles in December 2007.

He's producing a feature film Snuff based on the book written by the NY Times best selling author Chuck Palahniuk (author of Fight Club & Choke).

He has written several feature-length screenplays that are in development.

His feature-length documentary Tromatized: Meet Lloyd Kaufman, about legendary and eccentric Lloyd Kaufman, president of Troma Ent. and creator of the Toxic Avenger, wowed the judges at the 2009 New York International Independent Film Festival and was awarded "Best Biographical Documentary". The film starred such luminaries as Stan Lee, Roger Corman, John Badham, Eli Roth, Trey Parker, Mark Damon, Steven Paul, James Gunn and Tiffany Shepis. It was the selection at several other US film festivals including the Hollywood Film Festival and NewFilmmakers Los Angeles, and it was acclaimed by the specialized press/critics. The film is distributed worldwide on internet (I-Tunes, SONY, etc...) by the Los Angeles-based distribution company Under The Milky Way.

He has directed, written and produced numerous short films including The Track, La Luna and Memories of a Dagger that have been selected and screened at prestigious international film festivals including Cannes, Clermont-Ferrand, London, Barcelona and Tokyo.

Fabien set up his own production company, FM Pictures LLC in Los Angeles end of 2011.

He now resides in Hollywood, California.

Andy Mingo

Andy Mingo is the Portland-based director/producer of seven shorts and one feature length film,'The Iconographer.' He gained recognition as several of his films were included at film festivals and screenings around the world. His most recent film, 'Romance' was adapted from a story by 'Fight Club' author, Chuck Palahniuk. 'Romance' did its world premiere at the 2012 Raindance Film Festival and went on to screen at Cinequest, the Seattle True Independent Film Festival, and the Portland Film Festival. In 2012 Andy was invited to the Paris-Sorbonne University where he lectured on the process of adapting Chuck Palahniuk's fiction to the screen.

Eduard Osipov

Eduard Osipov was born on September 3rd of 1985 in U.S.S.R to an Armenian family. It was at an early age that he developed his passion for acting. At the age 7 young Eduard joined the theater troupe in his school where he began performing throughout his academic years. During these years he studied Russian mixed martial arts at the fight club "Argument" where he won multiple championships. In 2006, he moved to United States to further pursue his acting and directing career.

Adam Burch

An actor, writer, and producer, Adam hails from the S.F. Bay Area. First acting experiences involved competing in the National Forensics League in Drama at the State Championship Level. He Graduated Cum Laude from the University of California at San Diego with a BA in Communications and a Minor in Theater. He appeared in numerous productions on the stages of the La Jolla Playhouse in UC San Diego productions. Attended the British American Drama Academy's Midsummer in Oxford program where he worked with RSC resident actor Lynn Farleigh, Northwestern University's voice/speech teacher Linda Gates, and Old Vic director Richard Cottrell among others. Completed an internship with A Noise Within Classical Repertory company. He is also a resident artist with Safehouse, a writer/actor's group founded by Jim Uhls (Fight Club).

He is known for turns as the horribly maimed researcher turned Nazi brute, Mark Maynard in Nazis at the Center of the Earth and Ethan, the hero turned killer in the Short Drama thriller Fort Brother. Adam has primarily worked in classical theatre in and around Los Angeles. Projects include lead roles in the Merchant of Venice, Twelfth Night, The Lion in Winter, the Importance of Being Earnest, Macbeth... etc. Adam also was assistant to Director Randall Arney (Steppenwolf)for the West Coast premiere of the Tony Award Winning Richard Greenberg play, Take Me Out at the Geffen Playhouse and to legendary producer Gilbert Cates in his revival of Paint Your Wagon, adapted by producer/writer David Rambo also at the Geffen Playhouse. He is the writer and producer of the web-series Tickets R Us.

Margaret Prentice

Margaret Prentice grew-up in a suburb of Los Angeles California. After graduation from high school, Margaret attended Pasadena City College in Pasadena California. There she took photography, art & cosmetology classes.

After graduation from college, Margaret began an apprenticeship under special make-up, and creature effects designer, Rob Bottin. Margaret worked in Rob's early shop becoming "One of the guys", starting off by tying hair onto a body suit on the low budget movie "Tanya's Island".

With Rob Bottin she worked on every aspect of creating special make-up and creature effects. Margaret learned fabrication, sculpting, casting, seaming, patching, cosmetic painting and hair punching. Also helping Rob on set setting up make-up effects. Later on in his studio she became Rob Bottin's head cosmetic painter, and on set applied prosthetic make-up effects.

Margaret Prentice has worked with Rob Bottin on such ground breaking films as; "The Howling", The Thing", "Legend" and "Total Recall". As well as many of Rob's other well known films, such as; "Twilight Zone: the Movie", "Basic Instinct", "Mission Imposable", "Se7en", and "Fight Club".

After working on the pilot, special make-up designer Rick Baker gave Margaret the daily task of applying prosthetic make-up as the special make-up artist who turned Ron Perlman into the romantic charter "Vincent" for the full run of the television series "Beauty and the Beast".

Margaret has also worked with Rick Baker applying special make-up on many of his projects, including; "Coming to America", "How the Grinch Stole Christmas", "Men in Black II", "Click", and most recently "Men in Black 3".

Margaret Prentice has worked often with the film industry's top award winning special make-up and visual effects artists, including; Rob Bottin, Rick Baker, Stan Winston, Greg Cannom, Ve Neil and Randall William Cook, to mention just a few.

Margaret has applied special make-up and cosmetic paint for many Academy Award nominated and Oscar winning films, such as; "The fly", "Legend", "Beetlejuice, "Coming to America", Total Recall", "Star Trek VI", "Bicentennial Man", "How the Grinch Stole Christmas", "A Beautiful Mind", Click" and "Star Trek (2009)".

Margaret Prentice has 30 years working experience in film and television, in pre-production and on set. And is an active member of Make-Up Artists & Hair Stylists Local 706.

Kimberly Cole

A rising star on the dance music scene, Kimberly Cole is making waves with her single "Smack You," which Seventeen Magazine calls an "incredibly addictive dance-pop tune." Having opened for acts like Katy Perry, LMFAO and Shiny Toy Guns, Cole is beginning to make her mark as a headliner.

The title track off her debut album, Bad Girls Club (Oxygen Media/iTunes), "Smack You" is a girlfight-themed song about standing up for yourself, which Cole dedicates to "anyone who has ever been a victim of bullying." The edgy, upbeat song is getting Top 40 radio and mix show adds across the U.S. and just broke the Top 5 on the Billboard Dance Chart. The video has a Tarantino-inspired Kill Bill-style fight club theme. "Smack You" was featured on the fifth season of the Oxygen reality show "The Bad Girls Club," a collaboration which led the network to support the release of her first full-length album.

Bad Girls Club represents a solid debut effort for Cole, infused with catchy tunes, clever lyrics and irresistible beats. She co-wrote all of the songs with Grammy-nominated producer/writer Jeeve (Nicole Scherzinger, Paulina Rubio, Carlos Santana), joined by the songwriting talents of Philip Lawrence (Bruno Mars, Flo Rida, Cee-Lo) and The Writing Camp (Beyonce, Britney Spears, Rihanna). From the sexy "Cherry Pop" and "Pocket Rocket" to the party-hearty beat of "Get Stupid" to such relationship-driven tracks as "Psycho," "Walk of Shame" and the comedy-laced "Three Way," Cole establishes herself as a talent both fresh and fearless.

A native of Orange County, California, Kimberly Cole studied piano, voice and dance beginning at the tender age of four. But it was in her teenage years when her skills all came together, performing for huge audiences as a champion competitive artistic roller skater, a demanding sport where she learned how to tell a story with her body and enthrall arena-sized crowds by incorporating hip-hop and break-dance into electrifying routines. While earning a reputation as a spunky on-camera talent, in hosting gigs for MTV and the X Music Network, she also cultivated her acting talents, co-starring with Eliza Dushku in the Fox series "Dollhouse." Cole has also done national commercial work including Old Navy, Mattel, Mountain Dew, Skechers and Pantene, just to name a few.

As a nascent musical artist, Cole has performed on soundtracks for such films as Fame, and her song "I Know" accompanies the closing credits of Mean Girls 2. Lending her talents to countless commercials, the charismatic artist has performed alongside Lenny Kravitz, Jessica Simpson, Will Smith, and recently at The Playboy Mansion's annual Kandy Masquerade.

Cole has already earned such ardent supporters as celebrity blogger Perez Hilton, and Clear Channel's iHeart Radio has pegged her as "One to Watch." Clearly, fans have been paying attention: Twitter has spotlighted her as one of its featured users, with well over 1.2 million followers.

Mia Sun

Kimia "Mia" Sun,is from Memphis, TN. She completed her bachelor's in International Business and Spanish spending time volunteering in various parts of Central America. She has worked on films like A Lure: Teen Fight Club and The Incredible Burt Wonderstone. She can also be spotted on a seedy stage somewhere in Los Angeles performing stand up comedy.

Michael Lewis Goldberg

Michael Goldberg started the theatrical department for Element Talent Agency joining the company in January 2013 as Partner/VP of Talent after working for such well known and respected agencies as Diverse Talent Group, The Artists Group, David Shapria and Assoc. and GVA. Over those years he has developed and maintained great relationships with talent, casting directors, filmmakers and executives in every aspect of the entertainment business.

With over 18 years of experience as a talent agent, Michael has developed the careers of many actors who've gone on to become stars. His clients have been series regulars on shows such as House of Lies on Showtime, Spartacus on Starz, I'm With the Band and Lab Rats on Disney XD, Unforgettable on CBS, Pretty Little Liars on ABC Family, Heroes on NBC, True Jackson VP on Nick, Eve and Cuts on UPN, and Gilmore Girls on WB are just a sampling.

His clients in the past have included Dawn Olivieri, Nia Peeples, Katrina Law, Yanic Truesdale, Jessica Lu, Vivica A. Fox, Taylor Kinney, Daya Vaidya, and Jason W. George at various times in their careers.

In the film world, Michael has clients in feature films starring opposite Ryan Reynolds, Reese Witherspoon, Leonardo DiCaprio, David Arquette, Justin Timberlake and Rashida Jones. And worked with directors such as Christopher Nolan (The Dark Night, The Dark Night Returns), and David Fincher (Seven, Fight Club).

Grace Karman Graham

Grace Karman Graham, aka Gracie Graham or Grace Karmann, is known in Hollywood for her production work on "Fight Club" (1999) "The Game" (1997) "Dear John" (2010) "American Horror Story" (2017) as well as many other Film & Television projects and pilots in a production finance capacity. She is also a AG-AFTRA member and has acted alongside George Clooney in her first TV acting role on "Sisters", recurring roles on David E. Kelley's "Chicago Hope" and on "Nash Bridges" with Cheech Matin and Don Johnson. She has also worked on staff at Propaganda Films with David Fincher and the 20th Century Fox Feature Films Department Team. In addition, she has worked as a Set Decorator and Costume Designer on the east coast. She owns her own design company, Grace Karman Designs, catering to custom made designs on film and TV projects and award ceremonies for celebrities. She is a graduate of SUNY, The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, The Sundance Film Institute Writers Film Lab with Robert Redford, The UCLA Screenwriters Program and studied at The Groundlings Theatre in the Core Track Program and the Hollywood Academy of Music. She also taught film production at The American Film Institute (AFI) as well as being a mentor to students there. She lives in Beverly Hills, California.

Lindsay Wagner

Cute, busty, and shapely blonde looker Lindsay Elizabeth Wagner was born on March 14, 1988 in Omaha, Nebraska. Lindsay attended Bryan High School from 2002 to 2006. Following graduation from high school Wagner went to Metropolitan Community College in Omaha for a short spell. Moreover, she was a ring girl for the Omaha Fight Club that her brothers participate in. Lindsay was the Playmate of the Month in the November, 2007 issue of "Playboy." Wagner appeared as herself on an episode of the reality TV series "The Girls Next Door."

Shweta Pandit

Shweta Pandit is the fourth generation of Singers in her family of Renowned Musicians, Classical Vocalists and Film Actors. She belongs to the Mewati Gharana of Music Tradition, which was brought into light by her Grand-Uncle Padma Vibhushan - Sangeet Martand Pandit Jasraj.

Shweta recorded her first film song at the age of 4, for Mani Ratnam's Anjali and went on to record as a child-vocalist until she got her first major break as a full-fledged Playback Singer with Yash Chopra's Mohabbatein in 2000 at the age of 12.

She has since then recorded for films like Partner, Welcome, Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna, Neal N Nikki, Sarkar Raj, Naach, High School Musical (Indian Version), Fight Club and many more.

Shweta is currently performing as a vocalist for 2009 Academy and Grammy Winner - Music Composer, AR Rahman's World Tour - Jai Ho - The Journey Home 2010 and is performing all over in this Magnificent and Extravagant Broadway Musical Concert.

Shweta has sung in ad films and has released solo pop albums with Virgin Records and has also released solo spiritual and devotional albums in Sanskrit with Times music.

Shweta is also the winner of the Indian Honor - Filmfare awards 2009 for her song in the film, Kotha Bangaru Lokam and has since then recorded for many Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam Movies.

She has recorded with music composers like Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, Rajesh Roshan, Salim-Sulaiman, Sajid-Wajid, Nadeem-Shravan, Himesh Reshammiya, Jatin-Lalit, Pritam, Mickey J Meyer and many more..

Joshua Leake

Josh is a film director and producer. His first film, Emptys (2012), a documentary about people who collect beverage containers as their principal source of income, won first place at Tropfest New York, the world's largest short film festival. He's currently working on several projects including an adaptation of Chuck Palahniuk's (Fight Club) Lullaby (2016), post production on the short Zombie Day Apocalypse (2016). Josh is also the founder and director of the 501(c)3 non-profit Portland Film Festival, named one of the 25 coolest film festivals in the world by MovieMaker Magazine.

Uri L. Schwarz

Uri comes from an experienced international background of film and television production. Having graduated from Emerson College, Boston, with a B.F.A. in film (Cum Laude), he has since worked in television and film, in various capacities in Copenhagen, Denmark and Hong Kong, where he was born and grew up, respectively, as well as in the United States.

Most recently he was a co-producer on the upcoming feature film Lady Bloodfight (2016), distributed by Voltage Pictures. His award winning directorial debut, Hong Kong Rebels (Stories Forlorn) (2015), which he also produced, played in 8 fests and took home awards for Best Director and Best Narrative Feature among other accolades. It is currently available in wide VOD release in US/UK, as well as iTunes and online. He co-produced and DOP'd the feature, Drop In Drop Out: 11 Miles to Paradise, which won the Jamaica Intl. Reggae Festival and was in competition in several others. He was the director and DoP of the short film Voluspa, which won at The New York International Film Festival in New York and LA (2003); as well as Bums in the Mist, Official selection at the HBO US Comedy Arts festival in Aspen (2002), on which he served as exec. producer and cinematographer. He independently produced/directed and DoP'd the series "Girls Fight Club" (2007), in Las Vegas, which stars past Ultimate Fighting Champions as well as numerous fighters including Chuck Liddell, Tito Ortiz, and more (aired on FX Network, Fox International in Asia among many other Asian networks). They are still in release and available in major online retailers and VOD.

Philip Fleishman

Philip Fleishman is a writer, producer, documentary journalist, and entrepreneur with a legal background.

Mentored by director Eric Till, Philip worked on his first feature firm, "A Fan's Notes" starring Jerry Orbach for Warner Bros. While attending York University Film School, he became a film editor for the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. (CBC), later transitioning to television production where he wrote and produced multiple hours of documentary and variety programming.

Nominated for a Peabody award for his thirteen hour, CBC documentary series "The Future of the Jews", Philip was privileged to conduct the last interviews with Golda Meir. Following which, Philip decided to "live the dream" and interview the icons who had changed the arts and entertainment landscape during the latter half of the 20th century.

While still working with CBC, he also became a Contributing Editor for the national news magazine Maclean's, and his exclusive, long form interviews, including such luminaries as Bob Dylan, Federico Fellini, Louis Malle, Rev. Billy Graham, Mel Brooks, Rudolf Nureyev, Henry Moore, Marcel Marceau, Richard Prior, I.B. Singer, Erica Jong, and Elie Wiesel among others, were syndicated internationally both on air and in print.

Approached by CBS Records in New York, Philip produced the Juno award winning album, "Liona Boyd, First Lady of the Guitar", as well as other albums for its Masterworks division.

Combining his love of music and television, Philip began producing music concert features in conjunction with Thomas Mottola for the A-List recording stars of Sony Music, Warner Music Group and Attic Records under the banner of his own company, Premiere Motion Pictures. One such program, "9012LIVE", the YES concert, was nominated for a Grammy Award and was directed by Academy Award winner Steven Soderbergh.

In a brief foray into Broadway, Philip worked with renowned producing partner Harry Rigby on a film adaptation of his hit Broadway musical "Sugar Babies" for Ray Starke and Columbia Pictures.

Expanding his business understanding of the media industry, Philip attended Osgoode Hall Law School and was called to the Ontario Bar with a specialty in Entertainment and Media law. He has spent his professional life honing his expertise in film, music, broadcast media and finance.

In conjunction with Premiere, Philip established a distribution arm, and began producing programming for such exhibitors as Home Box Office, Showtime, City Television, First Choice Television, Superchannel and the British Broadcasting Corporation.

Recognizing the benefits of a diversified media company, Philip co-founded Magnetic North Corporation, a television and film post production facility. After selling his interest in Mag North, he repeated the formula, founding and becoming a principal owner of Command Post and Transfer Corp. (a.k.a. ToyBox), formerly one of Canada's largest television and film post and CGI/EFX companies.

Command Post worked on hundreds of features, television series and commercials for most of the major studios and broadcast networks in North America. Its projects included such high profile features as X-Men, Chicago, Panic Room, and Fight Club.

At its peak Command Post had several hundred employees. Having merged this company with Standard Broadcasting, Command Post was acquired by global industry leader, Technicolor.

While having turned his talents to other entrepreneurial projects, Philip's first love remains entertainment. He continues to write, developing television, film and book projects for Premiere Motion Pictures.

Jimmy Doherty

Jimmy is a UK farmer. His journey started over 10 years ago when he took on a leasehold of a 100 acre farm just outside Ipswich which was followed in a BBC2 series called 'Jimmy's Farm'. Jimmy hasn't looked back since and 'Jimmy's Farm' now has an award winning restaurant, a nature trail, a butterfly house and numerous science and food festivals throughout the year.

His recent TV credits include 'Food Unwrapped', 'Human Swarm', 'Easter Egg's Live', 'The Secret Millions' and 'Jamie and Jimmy's Food Fight Club' on Channel 4.

Jimmy's other TV credits include two series of the hit show 'Jimmy's Food Factory' and 'Jimmy and the Wild Honey Hunters' both for BBC1, 'Jimmy's Global Harvest' for BBC2 and 'Crop to Shop - Jimmy's Supermarket Secrets' for BBC1.

Jimmy has always been passionate about nature and farming. By the time he was 16, he was the youngest ever Assistant Entomologist at the Mole Hall Wildlife Park in Walden. After gaining a degree in Zoology, Jimmy worked at the Entomology Department at London's Natural History Museum before moving on to Coventry University where he researched for a Doctorate in Entomology, set up an insect laboratory and taught Animal Ecology and Animal Philosophy to undergraduate students.

Jimmy has written three books and has a number of free range food products called 'Jimmy's Farmers Range' including a range of chicken on sale at Ocado and a range of turkeys. Last year his turkey won 'Best Christmas Premium Product' at the 'British Turkey Awards 2012'.

Marcio Rosario

Brazilian Actor and awarded Producer. Marcio Rosario, originally from the coast town Santos in São Paulo, worked his way through Television, Theater and Cinema in Brazil. He started acting at the age of 4, and hasn't left the national and international scene since. At the age of 12 he made his debut in the movies, shooting the film 'Young Girl' directed by Wilson Rodrigues. In 1999 he moved to the United States where he did attend the prestigious American Film Institute. At the age of 21 he also worked with the acclaimed Romanian director Pouran Deherrkian in the movie 'Bitterland', after that was invited by Japanese Director Takashi Miike to join the cast of "The City Of The Lost Souls", which premiered in late fall, 2002, featured Marcio as one of the lead characters in a true story of mafia influence and international intrigue. Miike was named by Time Magazine as one the top ten best Non-Hollywood directors. Mexican writer/director Jackie Torres hired Marcio for his Laguna Films production of El Precio Del Norte (The Price of the North). Besides his work in Tv/Films Rosario also was always willing to help Latino communities and was pleased to join The National Hispanic Foundation For The Arts (Co-Founded By Jimmy Smits, Sonia Braga and Esai Morales), great foundation that gives scholarships to those who want to pursue a career in the Arts. Besides his appearance on blockbusters movies like: The Expendables, Rio I Love You, Collateral Damage, The Scorpion King, The Thin Red Line, Fight Club, and General's Daughter, Rosario did had a recurring on the NBC soap opera, Days Of Our Lives where he played officer Santos. Rosario also worked for Marcland Coorporation in Burbank, California as Voice-Over Director for over two years. In 2005 Rosario was invited by brazilian casting director, Daniel Berlinski to go back to Brazil and start his work in on one of the best soap operas ever: Belissíma by acclaimed writer Silvio De Abreu where he did re-encountered many old friends and from this new beginning in his Native country and since then has done over nine TV Series so far. In 2010, he co-founded a film company, a Tres Tons Visuais with the brazilian writer, Beto Skubs which produced they first short film "Living Again" winning many awards as "Best Film". Since then, the company has produced three others films, also awarded in many brazilians and internationals film festivals.

J.D. Ligier

The entertainment industry isn't anything new to Joseph D. Ligier. He hails from a Hollywood family, with an actor brother, Brandon Hall (Austin Powers I, II & III, Fight Club, American History X, and The Banger Sisters). Also, Dick Warlock (stunt co-coordinator: Jaws, Fire Starter, Abyss, etc.) for an uncle, and Billy Warlock, a two-time Emmy Award winning actor (Happy Days, Baywatch, etc.) as his cousin. When J.D. was merely six years old he had been bitten by the entertainment industry bug spending many hours on the set of 70s televisions shows "Emergency 51," and the "Six Million Dollar Man," while watching his uncle work. He even went as far as to send a letter to his local newspaper, "The Register," announcing his intentions to direct films. At such a young age, he had his work cut out for him.

J.D. spent much of his high school career designing lighting for numerous theater performances, as well as acting in several productions (i.e. The Odd Couple, Go Ask Alice, Grease, and Fiddler on the Roof). He attended two community colleges in the suburbs, just forty miles south of Los Angeles, where he performed the duties of photo editor for both school newspapers. This prepared him for an eleven-year stint as a highly successful published celebrity photojournalist / ENG Cameraman, earning covers of several magazines and newspapers (i.e. People, Us, Newsweek, New York Post, New York Daily News, and the London Daily Mail), and a television show on E! Entertainment Television entitled "Celebrities Uncensored."

In 1990, he realized that he had fallen away from his dreams of filmmaking, and decided to enroll in Columbia College Hollywood, school of film. While attending classes, he worked off and on as a Production Assistant then quickly moved up to the position of focus puller / 1st Assistant Camera. With great attention to detail, and a pride in his work, J.D. had a reputation of never losing focus in a shot, so much so he won several bets with cameramen. By 1995, he was entered on the roster of the International Association of Theatrical Stage Employees, local 600, as a director of photography.

Realizing that directing is where he always wanted to be, he took any work he could that was going to allow him to make the proper contacts. He went to work temping as an executive assistant at the desk of literary agent Larry Becsey, then moved on to the position of Development Assistant / Script Reader, for a production company with a first look deal at Paramount, Seven Arts Pictures. His job was to read scripts and develop new ideas for projects, working hands on with producers Peter Hoffman (Onegan, Rules of Engagement, and I was a Teenage Werewolf), Neal Canton (Back to the Future I, II & III, Money Train, Caddyshack, Duets, Get Carter, etc.) and Colleen Camp (Election, Trapped, Clue, Love Stinks, etc.).

Within two years, J.D. made his directorial debut with a short film he wrote entitled "Fly", a fifteen minute experimental piece, shot entirely on 35mm Steadi-cam, in the seamless editing style of Alfred Hitchcock's "Rope". Shortly thereafter, he directed several spec commercials.

His latest short film endeavor, Conundrum, was a family affair. He co-wrote the script with his sister, had his sister-in-law Executive Produce, and cast his brother. He also designed and built the sets, wrote, directed, and edited this production, and from concept to completion did it in 6 months, for a budget of $5,000. This production was shot in a Hollywood soundstage, on 35mm, and starred Ellen Albertini Dow (Rappin' Granny of Adam Sandler's The Wedding Singer). This short was also done with a Hitchcock flair, and made its debut at the Hitchcock Theatre on the Universal lot.

He has written three shorts, and two feature length scripts, garnering much attention for his talent, as well as writing the sequel to Born in East L.A. for Paul Rodriguez. Meanwhile, he is always penning new work. It hasn't been an easy road for J.D. Ligier, but it will make the success that much more appreciated when it happens.

Azam Ali

In a Career which spans over fifteen years and include twelve collaborative and solo albums as well as two prestigious Canadian JUNO Award nominations, Azam Ali has confirmed her place as being one of the most prolific, versatile, and gifted singers and composers on the international stage today. Born in Iran, raised in India from the age of four and based in Los Angeles, Azam's most notable work is with the cutting-edge world music electronic/acoustic project Niyaz with whom she has released four best selling and critically acclaimed albums on Six Degrees Records. All four albums have debuted at #1 on iTunes and garnered the band an incredible amount of media attention including features on NPR, The BBC, Huffington Post and PRI. Azam continues to tour internationally with Niyaz and build on its impressive and loyal fan base worldwide. Azam's otherworldly voice has become highly sought after by some of the biggest film composers in Hollywood. She has worked with Harry Gregson- Williams, Mychael Danna, Graeme Revell, Ramin Djawadi, Brian Tyler, Michael Giachinno, Trevor Morris, Christopher Young, Tyler Bates, Jeff Rona etc. Azam's distinctive voice and music can be heard on myriad film and television scores among which include "Thor- The Dark World", "Matrix- Revolutions", "Prince of Persia- The Sands of Time", "300", "Godsend", "The Priest", "John Carter", "Papparazi", "The Nativity Story", "Speed Racer", "Lara Croft- Tomb raider", "The Fight Club", "Season of the witch", "Children of Dune", "Earthsea", "Dawn of the Dead", "True Blood", "Alias", "The Agency, and "Prison Break". Azam's immense talent and ability to adapt her voice to any musical style have also drawn the attention of many diverse artists. Azam has collaborated in studio and on stage with Serj Tankian of System of a Down, The Crystal Method, Pat Mastellato and Trey Gunn of King Crimson, Peter Murphy of Bauhaus, Dredg, Chris Vrenna formerly of Nine Inch Nails, Ben Watkins of Juno Reactor, Buckethead, Steve Stevens, Mercan Dede, the world renowned Japanese group Kodo, Zakir Hussain, Omar Faruk Tekbilek, and Mickey Hart with whom she also toured for two years as a lead singer in his group Bembe Orisha.

Carly Usdin

Carly Usdin got her start in the visual arts as a kid growing up in New Jersey when, instead of writing papers, she'd turn in poorly-made videos for school assignments. After getting a film degree from the University of Central Florida she moved to New York City, where she spent several years with Viacom Media Networks. During that time she created award-winning promo campaigns for RuPaul's Drag Race and produced an on-air music series called NewNowNext, interviewing nearly 200 artists including Rihanna, Kelly Clarkson, Janelle Monae, Courtney Love, Robyn, Sia, Tegan and Sara, Scissor Sisters, Adele, Kylie Minogue, Florence + the Machine and Lady Gaga.

Carly relocated to sunny Los Angeles in 2012 with her wife Robin and their miniature schnauzer Arthur. Together they formed Scheme Machine Studios, a full-service creative agency and production company. Carly's freelance clients include Funny or Die, Vice, CollegeHumor, Amy Poehler's Smart Girls, World of Wonder, CBS, Viacom, Fullscreen, Studio71, Portal A, Astronauts Wanted, New Form and Magical Elves. She spent most of 2014 producing and directing YouTube Nation (the official daily show of YouTube), a joint venture from Google and DreamWorks Animation. In 2015 she and her best friend/co-producer Cesar Hawas began a live event series with the Theatre at Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles called Le Bal. Carly is a proud member of the Los Angeles chapter of Film Fatales, the Alliance of Women Directors and the Academy of Magical Arts.

Carly's first feature, an award-winning no-budget indie called Suicide Kale, is now available on iTunes, Vimeo and Amazon Prime after a whirlwind tour on the festival circuit. Her first comic book, Hi-Fi Fight Club, comes out in August from Boom! Studios. She is also the show runner and one of the directors of a new digital anthology series called Threads, streaming now on Verizon's go90 platform.

Carly has done branded work for clients including Absolut Vodka, Buick, Cadillac, Chase, Garnier, Hershey's, Lionsgate, L'Oreal, Microsoft, Orbitz, Smashbox, Southwest Airlines, Stride and Verizon. Awards and honors include a One Show Entertainment Award, several Promax BDA Awards, a CTAM Mark Award, a few Creativity Media and Interactive Awards, and a spot in the 53rd Communication Arts Awards Design Annual.

Steven Bratter

As a major Hollywood Studio Executive Producer and screenwriter (WGAw), Steven Bratter has had over 25 years experience in the industry working with some of the biggest names in show business. Steven John Bratter was born on March 15, 1962 in St. Paul, Minnesota, son of a venture capitalist and entrepreneur. Before he was ten years old, Steven's father decided to take the entire family, his mother, sister, and brother, around the world to gain first-hand knowledge of other people, places, cultures, and customs. They visited 55 countries and their trip was covered by the news. Here is where Steven's creative influences began to take root. From the Taj Mahal to the Pyramids to the Greek Islands, Steven wrote about his adventures in his daily diaries. Experiencing these cultures firsthand provided him with a broader scope of how life and its traditions are lived elsewhere and deepened his perceptions as he grew older.

Between the ages of 10, 11, and 12, Steven won the prestigious Minnesota State Piano Competition and was rewarded with performances at the renowned Scott Hall and Orchestra Hall, playing to an audience that rewarded him with a standing ovation. Steven had a rather unconventional bar mitzvah -- he performed "Rhapsody in Blue" on the synagogue's stage after the ceremony. Steven started composing his own symphonies on the piano, and his family friend Steven Greenberg (writer of the song "Funkytown") taught the younger Steven how to compose his first contemporary songs as well. Starting junior high school, Steven began first with photography, which then led to his interest in filmmaking. By the end of seventh grade, he was animating Claymation films using Playdoh, then progressed to live action 8 mm films by recruiting family and friends.

Steven also had a fascination with magic, which he demonstrated in his high school talent shows with some of Houdini's most famous escape tricks alongside his good friend Jim Sewell (now head of James Sewell ballet).

Before the age of 18, Steven received his black belt in Martial Arts and placed fourth in the Mid-America Diamond Nationals overall Men's Weapons Competition; in addition, he was a student of Ninjutsu master Clifford Moody. Later, Steven would study under Master Lee and his friend Shihan Petit ("Subzero" of "Mortal Kombat").

After graduating from high school, Steven was accepted in the USC/Universal Pictures Summer Program. This program consisted of one day classes at the USC film school, making films and then meeting with successful directors and producers to discuss the work on the Universal lot. Steven attended the program with best friend Carlton Calvin ( nephew of Melvin Calvin, nobel laureate for the discovery of photosynthesis). Carlton is now president of Razor Scooters.

Returning home, Steven began his freshman year at the University of Minnesota. Since the school's film program at the time emphasized the mechanics of filmmaking rather than storytelling, Steven decided to receive a more renaissance education by majoring in History with a minor in Philosophy, taking his elective courses in film.

He attended the University of Paris-Sorbonne to study art history at the world famous Louvre Museum, philosophy at the Sorbonne, and film at the Cinematheque Francaise in Paris. As a foreign exchange student, Steven lived with filmmaker Uziel Peres (nephew of Shimon Peres, former Prime Minister and now current President of Israel). Steven graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Bachelors of Arts in History.

Steven began his film career as an Assistant to the Producers and made a cameo appearance in S.E. Hinton's "That Was Then, This is Now", starring Emilio Estevez, Craig Sheffer ("A River Runs Through It"), and Academy Award winner Morgan Freeman ("Driving Miss Daisy"). Steven and Craig would later make a film with another close friend, Writer/Producer/Director and St. Louis Ram's Owner, Dale "Chip" Rosenbloom ("Shiloh", "Fuel").

Steven began his producing career by launching a music video featuring Taja Sevelle signed by Prince and Warner Brothers. The song "Love Is Contagious" became a top ten single in London and received heavy rotation on MTV.

Steven had a chance to witness Francis Ford Coppola, George Lucas, and Michael Jackson at work on "Captain Neo and the Space Knights". Steven's friends were shooting "Space Camp" on the soundstage next door, and Steven made an arrangement with Michael Jackson regarding Jackson's entering the full-blown space ship on Space Camp set. Michael in turn allowed Steven to go on his set. Lucas was directing in the trailer and he said his favorite position on the movie set was Executive Producer. Steven took his advice to heart and went on to Executive Produce "Instant Karma". Steven also did a favor for young Joaquin Phoenix by arranging a picture for the boy with Michael Jackson. Since then, Steven has made several independent features, which received critical acclaim. In 1990, Steven executive produced "Instant Karma", starring Craig Sheffer, David Cassidy, Orson Bean, Chelsea Noble, and Annette Sinclair. Steven and Craig got a bungalow on the Raleigh Studios lot next to Kevin Costner while filming the movie. Kevin Thomas of the Los Angeles Times declared the feature to have "substance and rigor and unfolds with a wit and insight that holds attention and commands respect." Thomas' observation of the business and those who labor at succeeding in it further said, "There are countless young people trying to make their mark in the motion picture and television industries who will identify with the Angst-ridden hero..the filmmakers are off to a solid start on the big screen." The film was sold to MGM/UnitedArtists.

Following "Instant Karma", Steven teamed up with producer Donald Borchers ("Two Moon Junction", "Children of the Corn", "Crimes of Passion") to Executive Produce "Motorama", written by Joseph Minion (writer of Martin Scorcese's "After Hours"), directed by Barry Shils ("Wigstock, the Movie") and starring Drew Barrymore, Flea (of the Red Hot Chili Peppers), Meatloaf, Martha Quinn, Michael J. Pollard, Garrett Morris, and Jordan Christopher Michael. The film was chosen by the Museum of Modern Art, New York to be part of the New Directors/New Films series in March of 1992 and played to sold out screenings. Film critic Stephen Holden of The New York Times declared Steven's film a "streak of fantastical whimsy". He went on to define the theme of the story when he wrote, "Motorama" is a light-hearted pop allegory about the quest for the American Dream {with} a streak of fantastical whimsy." Michael Wilmington of The Los Angeles Times hailed the film as "a tangy little road movie fable-fantasy about the decadence of that super-media American Dream." His review further stated the clarity of the storytelling by saying "throughout the 1980's, movie after movie suggested that the Great American Jackpot was just over the rainbow, that sex, success or revenge were our culture's ultimate crock. That's what "Motorama" is about." In a nod to Steven and his colleagues, he wrote "Just as Gus {the lead character} plays at the games of life and riches, these filmmakers play at the games of filmmaking. They serve up evil and despair with a wink." Lawrence O'Toole of Entertainment Weekly wrote, "it's bizarre as all get-out and at times makes David Lynch look square." The film was released by RCA/Columbia Pictures.

The next independent film Steven made was "Seven and a Match", one of the first feature films shot in High Definition (HD) and starring Heather Donahue ("The Blair Witch Project"), Adam Scott ("The Aviator", "Knocked Up"), Devon Gummersall, Daniel Sauli, Eion Bailey ("Fight Club"), Tina Holmes ("Edge of Seventeen"), and Petra Wright. Indiewire.com recognized the filmmakers themselves as "High Def Pioneers", and stated the film as "one of only a handful of films to be shot in High Definition Digital...a la the upcoming Star Wars prequels...". Variety made a shout out to the filmmakers by describing the film as "firmly set in the American indie tradition of characters trumping plot...adept at crafting distinctly individual characters...both apt and shrewd." Referring to Steven and company, in a separate article, Daily Variety featured a still from the movie, the headlines above reading "Sony, Panavision in step with visionaries".

The first studio film that Steven Executive Produced was "Demolition Man", a Sci-Fi Action blockbuster starring Sylvestor Stallone, Wesley Snipes, Sandra Bullock, and Benjamin Bratt. It went on to set a box office record the weekend of its release. The Hollywood Reporter's headline screamed "'Demolition' blows up record...Estimated $14.5 million makes futuristic film fall's biggest opener" and Variety read "'Demo' Explodes at B.O....Stallone/Snipes starrer sets fall opening record". The other producers on the film were Joel Silver ("Lethal Weapon" films, "Die Hard films, "Predator films", "Matrix films", etc. and the upcoming "Sherlock Holmes") and Howard Kazanjian ("Star Wars VI: Return of the Jedi", "Raiders of the Lost Ark"). Steven's Executive Producing partners were Craig Sheffer and Faye Schwab ("The Morning After" directed by Sidney Lumet and starring Jeff Bridges and Jane Fonda, who was nominated for an Academy Award, "Chattahoochee" starring Dennis Hopper and Gary Oldman"). Vincent Canby of the New York Times called the film "a significant artifact of our time..." and Kenneth Turan in the Los Angeles Times wrote "it seems 'Demolition Man' will be testosterone-driven enough to make "Cliffhanger" look like the movie version of 'Remembrance of Things Past'".

In the early to mid 1990's, as tension grew over the global economy, Steven was invited by the CNN International Hour to be the spokesperson on behalf of the film industry in a heated international debate on the Gatt Treaty and the future of tariff trades. His challenger was the French Embassy Cultural Counselor, Michel Lumaux.

After watching the debate, Jack Valenti, then President of the Motion Picture Association of America, wrote Steven, "thanks for upholding the honor of the American motion picture industry. You did a great job of helping educate the world about the importance of the US film and television video industries, as well as of a favorable outcome in the Gatt negotiations." The Senior Vice President of CNN, Gail Evans, wrote Steven, "your comments and insights were greatly appreciated and brought a new understanding to a challenging subject...thank you and we look forward to talking with you in the future."

Steven's first television series, "The Seekers", written with Alan Duncan Ross, was developed for Warner Brothers Television and NBC with Steven serving as Creator/Executive Producer. Steven has developed his original material as a Writer/Producer with names such as Gale Ann Hurd ("Terminator", "Terminator 2", "The Abyss"), Arnold Koppelson ("The Fugitive"), and Academy Award winning Producer Jon Landau ("Titanic", upcoming film "Avatar", just to name a few). Before "Titanic" began, Steven was shooting weapons most weekends with James Cameron, as they had a mutual Secret Service agent that provided protection for Cameron.

Steven just finished writing/producing/directing the Sci-Fi Thriller "First Strike", a feature film written with his childhood friend Phil Perlson and starring his martial arts master Francois Petit ("Subzero" of "Mortal Kombat" fame).

Recently, Steven has signed with Stan Lee's Pow! Entertainment to write, produce, and direct "The Machinist" trilogy. On the screenplay, Stan Lee served as the story editor, and referring to Steve by his nickname, "SuperSteve", that he is looking forward to creating not just "building a franchise, but an empire. Steven will be producing "The Machinist" with Faye Schwab and the living legend Stan Lee ("Spiderman films, X-Men films, The Hulk, Fantastic Four films, Iron Man, and upcoming Iron Man 2, Spider Man 4).

Steven and Faye have currently re-teamed with Warner Brothers to produce a franchise based on the world's most famous private detective: Jay J. Armes, " He is known in Hollywood as the man who rescued Marlon Brando's son, Christian Brando, from a remote jungle. In Steven's words, "Fifty percent James Bond, Fifty percent Robocop, One hundred percent real! The screenplay is currently being written by three time Emmy winner Mitchell Hurwitz and Jeff Rake.

Eugene Hairston

Eugene Hairston,aka silent Hairston, the first deaf African American boxer. Eugene was born July !st 1979 in Harlem New York, at 12 months old Eugene became deaf from spinal meningitis. He attended deaf public schools until the age of 15 which is when he dropped out to earn more money for his family. He did many jobs before finally deciding to try to be a professional boxer. Eugene began going to a fighting club in NY but was never taken seriously because he was deaf. But, eventually two club trainers decided to let him train with the other boxers. The trainers were so impressed by his boxing they decided to become his mangers. Before going pro a local promoter gave him the name Eugene "the silent" hairston because of the fact he couldn't hear or speak. Soon, in 1947, Eugene started as a professional boxer, he won 45 fights and defeated 2 world champions. In 1952, Eugene was 22, he had to stop boxing because doctors told him if he was hit in the head anymore he could end up blind. His legacy still lives on, even though Eugene died in November of 2014 when he was 85, people will remember him at boxing matches by the flashing lights in the corners of the ring and many deaf people who are aspiring to be a boxer have been inspired by him.

Erick Esteban

A product of Chicago Theater, Erick Esteban last appeared onstage in his triumphant return to Chicago with his own one-man show, A Fight Club for One. Before that Erick performed with Victory Gardens in the Jeff nominated The A Romance of Magno Rubio. Erick also wrote, composed, directed and performed in NEO! A Matrix Musical, which had successful runs at Live Bait, Improv Olympic-Chicago, and Journeymen Theatre. Erick has also worked at the Goodman, Northlight, Collaboraction, Strawdog and Second City in Chicago. He has also been in numerous national and regional commercials for Coke, McDonalds, Rentaway, SBC, and Turbo Tax. He had two co-starring roles on Early Edition (CBS) and had supporting roles in feature films Kalamazoo, The Watcher, and Light it Up. In Los Angeles Erick has performed his one-man show A Fight Club for One at Improv Olympic West, and performed the role of Serge in the critically acclaimed production of Art at East West Players. Erick also worked as one of the writers and cast members for PurpleStuffTV before becoming the creator and star of his own web-series Minny Pacquiao: Manny Pacquiao's Shortest Biggest Fan with over 4000 fans on Facebook and over 250,000 views on Youtube. Erick also just completed shooting the Pilot Episode of the sci-fi Dramatic Comedy Decktechs.

Colleen Keane

Colleen Keane is an award-winning producer. Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Colleen began her entertainment career at the CBS Inc. offices. She escaped to Southern California to pursue her dreams of working in the film industry.

She now has more than 20 years (and counting) of experience in various functions, most in the legal departments of studios and productions companies. Her wide variety of experience, such as two years at Imagine Films, 12 years at New Regency Productions as well as tenures at MGM/UA, Energy Productions, Live Home Video and more than four years at Regent Entertainment, encompasses positions such as production coordinator, paralegal, contract administrator, clearance administrator, credits administrator, music administrator and, most recently, as Director of Legal Services where her primary function was the legal delivery of films. She has also touched on marketing duties as well. This varied experience has made given her the ability to work a film from pre-production through distribution and into peripheral release. The more than 100 films Colleen has worked on include "Parenthood," "Heat," the "Free Willy" series, "Time to Kill," "Fight Club," "Empire Records," "Mr & Mrs Smith," "Natural Born Killers," "Man on Fire," Academy nominee "L.A. Confidential" and the 2009 Foreign Film Oscar winner from Japan, "Departures."

As a producer, Colleen has worked on several projects over the past few years: a dramatic short, "Obstruction," written and directed by Paul Marius Hansen and starring Ulrich Thomsen; a documentary, "In the Name of Love," by director Jon Bang Carlsen and Danish producer, the Oscar nominated Helle Ulsteen; and a short sci fi by Swiss filmmaker Robert Kouba, "The Rift". Most.recent was the award-winning short film "Our Father" which screened at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival and the feature 'Last Call at Murray's."

Chris Pinkalla

Chris Pinkalla is an actor, writer, and producer. As a child, Chris started acting with Theatre Under The Stars at the Alley Theatre in Houston. He later made in his on-camera debut in a commercial for Sonic. Chris was a top ranked former high school basketball Texas State Champ, being highly-recruited until sidelined by an injury, forcing him to hang up the sneakers when his re-gained love for acting and filmmaking to focus. While pursuing his dreams he was able to snag a B.A. in Political Science from Austin's, St. Edward's University. He also studied abroad in nine different African and European countries. After graduation, Chris naturally gravitated towards LA, to make his dream a reality. Chris recently filmed a lead role in the Independent drama "Land of Leopold," alongside Ray Wise ("Twin Peaks") and Scottie Thompson ("Star Trek"," Skyline") which he also co-wrote and produced - acquired by HBO/Cinemax Europe and winner of Sun Valley Film Festivals 2015, Audience Award, and Reno-Tahoe IFF's, Jury Winner for Best of the Festival. Concourse Ent. will be distributing domestically and foreign in 2016. Chris can be seen in the Gravitas Ventures release "Among Ravens" produced by Independent Spirit Award winner Heather Rae ("Frozen River"). Chris plays Jay the younger brother of Wendy (Amy Smart) who brings his odd friend Chad (Will McCormack) to their annual 4th of July weekend gathering. During this reunion, Chad starts to change everyone's life only by one. Joshua Leonard and Johnny Sequoyah also star in the film. Recently, Chris appeared in a national GAP commercial directed by David Fincher ("Gone Girl", "Fight Club"), and a national Land Rover spot directed by Will Speck and Josh Gordon ("The Switch", "Blades of Glory") .

Justin Oney

Justin was born on July 29, 1980 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He grew up in the arid plains in the southeastern part of the state in the oilfield town of Hobbs.

Justin attended the University of New Mexico and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in theatre with an emphasis in lighting. Justin shifted his focus from the stage to behind the camera and moved to Las Vegas where he attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Graduating magna cum laude, he received a Bachelor of Arts with honors in Film. Justin's honors thesis focused on the cinematic effects of negative advertising in presidential campaign commercials from 1956 - 2008. Shortly after graduating, Justin attended Florida State University where he received a Masters in Fine Arts in Film Production with an emphasis in writing and directing from the College of Motion Pictures. As a director, producer, and editor, Justin's films have been selected into over 30 international film festivals, and winner of nine festivals. He is best known for his short film, The Babe Wore Purple, which has garnered him nominations for best screenplay and best student film.

During his time at Florida State, Justin continued to write academic articles and scholarly essays with a focus on the lack of female minorities and strong female characters in cinema. In 2014, Justin wrote and presented a paper for a conference at Oxford University examining these critical issues. Since then, Justin has put filmmaking in abeyance and returned his focus to academia, where he is studying at the University of Cambridge under the supervision of JD Rhodes and Brad Epps.

In 2007, Justin married his longtime girlfriend and fellow artist, Yolanda Quintana. They have two children, Santiago Durden Oney and Sofia Tyler Oney, both aptly named after Chuck Palahniuk's famous Fight Club character, Tyler Durden.

Francesco Grisi

Francesco Grisi, born in 1971, after scientific studies decides to dedicate himself to his passion: photography. First in Italy, he works with some photographers from Naples, then in 1993 moves to Paris where he begins to collaborate with fashion agency Marilyn Gauthier. After a little time, thanks to his passion for digital images, Francesco starts working for Buf Compagnie which at that time was a start up company, now it's a leader company in VFX field. During this experience, started in 1994, he first works as compositor and then as supervisor with directors such as Frederic Planchon, Eric Romer, Michel Gondry, David Fincher, on films such as Fight club, The cell, L'anglais et le duc. He also contributed to the opening of Buf Inc., the company's American branch. In 2001, after he married, Francesco and his partner Pasquale Croce decide to focus on the creation of a completely Italian VFX company, trying to boost the limping Italian film market: EDI Effetti Digitali Italiani. During these 11 years of his Italian enterprise, he collaborated to all the most important Italian films and worked with Academy Award winners and internationally well-known directors such as Gabriele Salvatores, Michelangelo Antononi, Nanni Moretti or national glories such as Alessandro D'Alatri and Paolo Virzì. Francesco is also a great wine and food lover, better if sailing his boat with his family. His dream is to export Italian VFX talents around the World.

Romeo Visca

Romeo Visca, has been performing for local audiences in Romania, UK and US for the last seven years in Theater, Film and Television. He began his acting career at the age of 8, performing in a variety of school plays. In high-school he was an intern at the "G. Bacovia" National Theater of Bacau, Romania where he performed in Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream", Tolstoi's "Anna Karenina", and Caragiale's "Mr. Goe". Later, he was cast in the hit TV Series "Secret Love" where he portrayed Vlad Dumitrescu (88 episodes) and co-presented a live TV Show, "Ms. Country-girl". He then moved to London to take the next steps in his acting career. At the start, he worked mostly in modeling, appearing in commercials for Citroen, Replay Blue Jeans, Gillette, and a campaign by UK Ministry of Defense- The Anti-Rape Campaign within the UK Army. His image appears in all UK Army camps and was featured on The Independent, The Sun, Daily Mirror, to name a few. Romeo Visca then booked some minor roles in "Spectre" and "Mission Impossible-Rogue Nation" while still working in Theater throughout London. After appearing in several independent film projects he decided to move to Los Angeles to further his studies of the craft and attain a Masters degree in acting. Since his arrival in LA he was cast in numerous stage productions ("Rabbit Hole" at Victory Theater, "The Nether" at ACME Theater, and "Angels Academy" at Berubian Theater), he then scored a main role in the feature film "Gulag Vorkuta" directed by Michael Kingsbury, had a minor role in "Female Fight Club" with Dolph Lundgren, was part of the cast in an Educational Theater Experience of "Original Elvis' Chapel No:2", starred in over 20 short- films for filmmakers all over the world; wrote, starred, co-directed, designed, and produced his first short-film "Bodies in Ruins," which was critically acclaimed in Hollywood and screened at Warner Brothers. Following this success, he then directed his first play, an adaptation of "NAN" by Catherine Tate.

Daniel Park

Daniel Park (also known as Dpd) is a producer and director. He likes The Misfits, Fight Club, King Taco, and Golden Retrievers.

He came to power by uniting many of the nomadic tribes of northeast Asia. After founding Transparent Agency and being proclaimed "Dpd," he started the TA invasions that resulted in the conquest of most of Eurasia. These included raids or invasions of the music and video dynasties. These campaigns were often accompanied by wholesale massacres of the civilian populations.

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