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Daniel Roebuck

Having made his feature film debut starring in the teen comedy Cavegirl Daniel Roebuck quickly realized that there was only one direction to travel in his career. Up!

Soon after Cavegirl, Roebuck established himself as one of the industry's youngest character actors with his haunting portrayal as the teenage killer, Samson in The River's Edge.

Daniel Roebuck was born and raised in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, A fan of movies and television from a very early age he was immediately drawn to the actors and comedians. As his obsession with performing grew his parents unwittingly fomented his future by gifting him with a cardboard TV on his seventh Christmas.

At the age of 10, he started performing in talent shows doing impressions of movie stars he loved. He joined a local circus two years later and made his debut as one of the youngest clowns in the country. Roebuck's clown act eventually segued into a magic act and he performed that throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York.

It was only a matter of time before Roebuck discovered the theater and from that point he never looked back. Over the next few years while still in Pennsylvania, Roebuck continued to hone his craft, acting in, directing, and even writing over 40 plays. He also began performing stand up comedy.

Now, nearly 30 years later, Roebuck has amassed a substantial resume as an actor, writer and director. He has moved easily between all mediums having continued working on television, in movies and on the stage.

His film credits are myriad, having starred in blockbusters like The Fugitive, US Marshals,and final Destination, as well as popular titles including Agent Cody Banks and it's sequel, That's What I Am, Money Talks, Flash Of Genius and so many more.

Lately, Roebuck has enjoyed working in a number of horror movies - his favorite genre. He has collaborated with filmmaker Rob Zombie on Halloween, Halloween 2, Devil's Rejects, and Lords of Salem (as well as a commercial for AMDRO, the insecticide). He also appeared in Don Coscarelli's cult favorite Bubba Ho Tep as well as the director's Reggie's Tales and John Dies At The End.

Daniel has also been a familiar face on television for nearly 3 decades, he was a regular for three seasons on the evergreen hit drama, Matlock, portraying attorney 'Cliff Lewis," the junior partner of the law firm headed by Andy Griffith's beloved character, 'Ben Matlock.' Interestingly, his landing the role was the fulfillment of a promise made several years earlier with his first appearance on "Matlock" in its inaugural season. At that time, Roebuck was told that Griffith had been so impressed with his work that he would be back as a regular on the show. It took five seasons, two more guest shots as different characters, and a change of networks, but Griffith kept his promise and Roebuck indeed became a series regular.

He portrayed the irascible Rick Bettina on many episodes of Nash Bridges and in the fall of 2003 Daniel returned to series television as Pete Peterson, the gay owner of a local diner in A Minute With Stan Hooper.

As a television guest star, Daniel has played countless characters. Some of his most memorable are a cop who literally turns into a pig on Grimm, a Romulan on Star Trek, Next Generation, a gun toting hostage taker on NYPD Blue, a cranky studio owner on Sonny With A Chance and a grieving father on Glee. He played other memorable roles on New Adventures of Old Christine, NCIS, Ghost Whisperer, CSI, Boston Legal, CSI Miami, Law And Order, Desperate Housewives and Hot in Cleveland.

On the popular show, Lost, Roebuck portrayed the infamous Dr. Leslie Arzt, the aggravating science teacher whose explosive exit in the finale of the first season remains one of television's most surprising and talked about moments.

He has starred in dozens of TV Movies. Perhaps his most famous turn was his critically acclaimed portrayal of Jay Leno in The Late Shift. He stepped into another pair of famous shoes when he played Garry Marshall in Behind The Camera; Mork and Mindy, The Unauthorized Story. Other Movies for television include A Family Lost, A Glimpse Of Hell, Murder At The Presidio, Shredderman Rules, A Borrowed Life, Quints and many others. Daniel's voice over work includes Christmas Is Here Again (a film he also produced),The Haunted World Of El Super Beasto and the groundbreaking video game, L.A. Noire.

The theater remains Roebuck's first love and he has continued that passion in the Los Angeles area. He appeared in the world premiers of Sarcophagus and Crooks. He has also starred in No Time For Sergeants, Here Lies Jeremy Troy, Arsenic and Old Lace and The Man Who Came To Dinner among others. In 2006 Daniel founded THE Saint Francis Stage Company.

Behind the camera, Roebuck has produced, written and directed/co-directed a number of documentaries including Halloween: The Happy Haunting of America and it's sequel as well as Goolians, Movieland Memories and a number of documentaries for the Monsterama series.

Daniel has fulfilled nearly every dream of his childhood like appearing in Mad Magazine, becoming a toy and a Halloween mask and having his mug on a few trading cards.

When not performing, Roebuck writes articles about Horror Movies, raises two children, teaches The Audition is the Job Experience and mentors young actors.

Sergio Di Zio

Sergio Di Zio was born in Toronto, Canada. Detective Patrick Finnegan; Rogue (2015-), Michelangelo "Spike" Scarlatti; Flashpoint (2008-2012) . Miss Sloane (2017), Rupture (2016), The Walk (2015), Flash of Genius(2008) The Lookout (2007). Awards: 2011 Gemini for Best performance by an Actor in A featured Supporting Role for Flashpoint and 2015 Dora Mavor Moore Award; Best Male Performance- Independent Theatre Division; Stephen Adly Guergis' "The Motherfucker With The Hat.", Toronto premiere.

Chuck Shamata

Chuck Shamata has enjoyed an extensive film, television and theatre career. Recently, he completed John Madden's gun control thriller Miss Sloane, starring Jessica Chastain. His feature credits also include Flash of Genius, The Sentinel, Cinderella Man, The Day After Tomorrow, One Week, Still Mine, Clown, Wargames: The Dead Code, and Joshua Then And Now.

Shamata has been nominated for three Canadian Screen Awards. His first feature, Between Friends, is acknowledged as one of Canada's best, for which the legendary Vittorio De Sica presented him a "Migliore Attore" award at the Sorrento Film Festival.

Shamata's television credits are equally wide-ranging. He recurs in the Crackle TV series The Art of More, and stars as Uncle Cheech in the hit animated series Fugget About It. He has appeared in series ranging from The Mod Squad and Barretta To Beauty and the Beast and as a regular in the USA network remake of Kojak.

He earned a Best Actor Bijou award for portraying a family man facing homosexuality in the breakthrough CBC network film The Running Man. Other notable credits include Showtime's Tony Bill-Directed Whitewash: The Clarence Brandley Story, The Engagement Ring, The award-winning Almost Golden: The Jessica Savitch Story, The Company and Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Onassis (as Pierre Salinger).

Shamata has performed on stages from Halifax to Los Angeles, in classics such as Uncle Vanya (opposite Peter O'Toole), A Doll's House, The Good Woman of Setzuan, To Clothe the Naked, and in contemporary plays including The Country Girl, Battering Ram, My Fat Friend, Chapter Two, and The Indian Wants The Bronx, among many others.

Chuck Shamata and his wife Diane live in Toronto. They have two children and three grandchildren.

Aaron Zigman

Aaron Zigman is the ultimate modern film composer. As a classically-trained musician, conductor and composer, he has a degree of versatility rarely seen amongst even today's top talent. His deep classical roots combined with his ability to read the pulse of pop culture, has enabled him to write, co-write and produce songs for music's all-time greatest performers (Aretha Franklin, John Legend, Christina Aguilera, Phil Collins, Seal and more) and gives him the ability to traverse styles of music to develop some of the industry's most memorable film scores across diverse genres-The Notebook, Wakefield, Alpha Dog, Bridge to Terabithia, The Proposal, For Colored Girls, Flash of Genius, Sex & the City I & II, Escape from Planet Earth, Mr. Right, The Company Men, The Ugly Truth, The Other Woman, The Proposal, The Jane Austen Book Club, John Q. and more...

Film scores by Zigman will be featured in the upcoming dramatic film Wakefield, directed by Robin Swicord, featuring Oscar nominee Bryan Cranston and Jennifer Garner; The Shack, featuring Sam Worthington and Oscar-winner Octavia Spencer, and the upcoming Suge Knight Documentary directed by Antoine Fuqua.

Aaron Zigman began training as a classical pianist at age six. At age 20 he began studying with George Bassman, a noted MGM composer who orchestrated for the "Wizard of Oz" and wrote the music for the films "Marty and The Postman Always Rings Twice". When Zigman was 23 he signed a songwriting contract with publishing giant Almo Irving and began writing, producing, arranging and orchestrating for many of the top major artists in the record industry. His first big hit in pop music was "Crush On You" which earned top-chart status for a group called The Jets. He then worked for Clive Davis and produced and arranged songs for Aretha Franklin and Natalie Cole among others. Zigman has written, arranged and produced over 50 hit albums and/or co-written songs with legendary and contemporary artists including John Legend, Quincy Jones, Phil Collins, Christina Aguilera, Dione Warwick, Carly Simon, Ray Charles, Tina Turner, The Four Tops, Seal, and many others.

In 2000 Zigman got his break into film when director Nick Cassavetes went to hear Zigman's classical symphonic tone poem "Rabin" being performed by the L. A. Jewish Symphony in memory of Yitzhak Rabin. So moved, Cassavetes asked Zigman to score his movie John Q starring Denzel Washington. The success of John Q was followed by The Notebook which was a major box office success, and has made it onto numerous top romantic film lists, with Zigman's score earning record sales and winning multiple awards and praise.

Henry Barrial

Originally from Miami, Barrial attended the University of Montana where he received a B.A. in Psychology. While in Missoula, Henry wrote and performed in several theatrical productions for the Montana Repertory Theatre and the Young Rep, including his original one-man show A Night With-In Lenny Bruce.

Upon moving to Los Angeles he directed his first film, a short entitled The Lonelys, which played at several festivals, winning top awards at the 1999 San Francisco International Film Festival, 1999 Cleveland International Film Festival, and 1999 Method Fest.

In 2001 Barrial directed and co-wrote (with Stephanie Bennett) his first feature, the ultra low-budget Some Body. Some Body premiered at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival in Dramatic Competition, and was subsequently picked up for distribution by Lot 47 Films. It was released theatrically in 2002 in 15 cities across the U.S. including New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco.

In 2003 Barrial's script for the feature True Love was selected by the prestigious Sundance Screenwriters Lab and was performed as part of the Sundance Reading Series. True Love was ultimately produced on a micro-budget and received accolades on the festival circuit.

Henry's latest screenplay (co-written with Casey Ristaino & Elena Fabri), a slasher-mystery called Final Girl, was a Finalist in the 2011 Scriptapalooza International Screenwriting contest. Barrial looks to direct it with Sam Kitt (Love & Basketball) producing in 2013. This Spring Barrial will be directing The House That Jack Built written by Joe Vasquez (Hanging With The Homeboys) and produced by Kitt and Michael Lieber (Flash of Genius). Cast by legionary casting director Sig De Miguel, the all-Latino cast features Tony Award nominee John Herrera and up-and-comers E. J. Bonilla and Melissa Fumero.

5 names.