21 names.

Troy Garity

Troy Garity is an actor known for his diverse body of work. Though his breakout film performance came when he starred opposite Bruce Willis, Cate Blanchett and Billy Bob Thorton in Barry Levinson's "Bandits", he is perhaps best known for his role as Isaac in the "Barbershop" film franchise. A role he will reprise for the upcoming 2016 film.

Garity earned both a Golden Globe and Independent Spirit Award nomination for his performance in the Showtime original film "Soldier's Girl". The film also garnered Garity a Peabody Award and the AFI award for excellence in film.

Born in Santa Monica California, as a member of the Fonda family, acting was indeed in his blood. He attended the University of Colorado at Boulder and went on to study at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in NYC. After graduation, Troy spent a year performing as a member of the Academy's famed repertory company.

Some of Garity's other notable credits include the Danny Boyle sci-fi thriller "Sunshine," "Gangster Squad" directed by Ruben Fleischer, and the critically acclaimed television series "Boss" directed by Gus Van Sant.

Troy can been seen playing NFL agent Jason Antolotti in HBO's hit comedy series "Ballers."

Haley Strode

Haley Strode is an American actress, writer, and singer. Born with a talent for comedy, she got her start with roles on a variety of Comedy Central & NBC sitcoms. She went on to star in Nick@Nite's sitcom, "Wendell & Vinnie", created by four-time Emmy-Award winning, Jay Kogen.

Dramatically, she is featured in Warner Bros. release Gangster Squad, directed by Ruben Fleischer, playing the role of Marcia Keeler, alongside Giovanni Ribisi and Josh Brolin. She also portrays real-life NASA wife Jane Conrad, on ABC's drama, "Astronaut's Wives Club", created by Stephanie Savage.

Reuniting with ABC, Strode stars in a climactic episode of "Wicked City", created by Steven Baigelman. She plays Rita Forrester, a pill-popping, 'Marilyn Monroe wannabe', in the 1960's.

Getting back to her comedic roots, her latest work can be seen on CMT's comedy "Still the King". She plays Regina Harper, a former tween star trying to launch her career as a country singer.

Haley was born in Owensboro, Kentucky. She grew up on her family's fourth generation farm in the nearby town of Stanley. She resides in Los Angeles.

Tiffany Daniels

Tiffany Daniels was born and raised in San Diego, CA. She is a graduate of the San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts, and received a bachelor of science in Hotel and Restaurant Administration from Cornell University . Upon graduation Tiffany received a year long dance scholarship to Edge Performing Arts Center in Hollywood where she trained intensely in different areas of dance, voice, and improv. Tiffany has had the pleasure of dancing for the Los Angeles Lakers as well as hosting the live pre-game Lakers Television show. She has also worked commercially for Wal Mart, Cox Communications, KSwiss, Toyota, Diet Pepsi, Greyhound, LA Pride, Lifetime TV and Mike and Ikes. Tiffany has danced on CBS's "Coldcase", Nickelodeon's "The Fresh Beat Band", Fox's "Mobbed", Disney's "Shake it Up", Comedy Central's "Broad City", ABC's The Goldbergs and The American Music Awards, VH1's Divas Live & Nickelodeon's Kids Choice Awards. Tiffany's stage credits include a national tour of the musical Aida, "Squeak" in the 1st National Tour of Oprah Winfrey's The Color Purple, "Lorraine" in Jerry Mitchell's production of Hairspray at the Hollywood Bowl and she originated the role of "Liz" in SURF the musical at the Planet Hollywood Casino in Las Vegas. Tiffany danced her way to the big screen in the feature films: "Gangster Squad" and "Make your Move". Tiffany has since then been training at the Master Level with Anthony Meindl's Acting Workshop & recently booked roles on Fx's Anger Management & American Crime Story: The People vs. OJ Simpson, CW's Hart of Dixie, CBS' Scorpion & CSI:Cyber, Showtime's Dice, Hulu's The Mindy Project & TNT's Major Crimes. Tiffany is signed with Aqua Talent theatrically, Abrams Artist Agency commercially, and McDonalds Selznick & Associates for dance representation. She is a proud member of Actors Equity, & SAG-AFTRA. Along with continual acting and dance training, Tiffany is extremely excited to continue on a path of love, light, and success.

Simon Rhee

Simon Rhee is a 7th Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do and a 4th Degree Black Belt in Hap Ki Do. He is a World-Class Martial Artist known for his beautiful kicks and incredible forms, and is a many-time Grand Champion of the tournament circuit. Karate Illustrated noted that, "Simon Rhee has the prettiest kicks, most flashiest and picturesque Martial Arts techniques in the nation". He is world-renowned for his kicking abilities and for his incredible forms. His pictures have graced the covers of many Martial Arts magazines, and he has been involved in the movie industry as a Martial Artist, Stunt Coordinator, Fight Choreographer, and Instructor to many celebrities. However, it is Master Rhee's charming personality and skill for teaching which has made him loved and respected by all.

Simon Rhee was born in San Jose, California in 1957, but spent much of his childhood in Seoul, Korea, where he began his Martial Arts training. After becoming ill and contracting meningitis as a young child, his parents enrolled him in Tae Kwon Do classes to help strengthen his body. Thus began his lifelong love for the Martial Arts. His intensive training continued in Korea, San Francisco, and then Los Angeles, and he has earned his 7th degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do, through Kukkiwon in South Korea and a 4th degree Black Belt in Hap Ki Do, along with extensive training in Wing Chung Kung Fu, Weapons and other Martial Arts. Simon Rhee is well known throughout the martial arts community for his countless victories as Grand Champion in the tournament circuit, in both sparring and in forms.He has been sought out by many major motion picture studios and celebrities because of his talent for instruction, Stunt Coordination and Fight Choreography. Some of his students have included stunt people, fight choreographers and stunt coordinators, professional football players/athletes (Marcus Allen, AC Cowlings, etc.), iconic actors (Faye Dunaway, Heather Locklear, Lorenzo Lamas, Beau Bridges, Eric Roberts, etc.), and comedian Jay Leno. He has doubled Jackie Chan and has worked with some of the best Hollywood actors, musicians and directors including Clint Eastwood, Leonardo DiCaprio, Anthony Hopkins, Jackie Chan, Madonna, Ben Stiller, Ang Lee, Christopher Nolan, John Woo, Brett Ratner, and Tom Cruise.

Simon Rhee has a keen eye for creating the most dynamic fight and action sequences specifically for the motion picture camera, and has available to him an extensive network of the best trained stunt people and equipment to use for specific stunt scenes.

Master Rhee is a member of the International Stunt Association (2012 President), a 2 time winner of the Taurus World Stunt Awards ("Best Fight Scene", 2002; "Best Fire Work", 2007), and numerous Screen Actor's Guild awards and nominations, having been involved in the film and television industry for over 30 years as an actor, stunt person, fight choreographer, 2nd unit director and stunt coordinator. He has an extensive body work including motion pictures (The Dark Knight Rises, Inception, Terminator Genysis, Straight Outta Compton, Captain America, The Great Wall, The Lone Ranger, Gangster Squad, Red Dawn, The Muppets, Get Smart, Rush Hour 3, Best of the Best, Memoirs of a Geisha, The Last Samurai, etc.), TV shows (Mistresses, Chuck, Face Off, Fear the Walking Dead, The Last Ship, Jessica Jones, Rush Hour, Heroes, Alias, Supergirl, Grimm, Bones, Sons of Anarchy, etc.), and commercials.

When he is not filming, he continues to enjoy teaching and training at his Woodland Hills TKD Training Center with his panel of Black Belts. Master Rhee has taught thousands of men, women and children the art of Tae Kwon Do for over 30 years. Simon Rhee is a teacher's teacher when it comes to Tae Kwon Do instruction and he has given many dynamic seminars to Martial Artists, Stunt people and, Black Belt Instructors worldwide.

Matt Knudsen

Matt Knudsen (Kah-nood-sen) was born in Hawaii, raised in the Mid-west and sailed around the world as a merchant marine. After trips to Europe, Africa and the Far East, he eventually put down his sea bag, picked up a microphone and began performing stand-up comedy all across the country.

As an actor, you may have seen Matt share the big screen with Oscar winner Sean Penn in the Warner Brothers feature Gangster Squad or you may also recognize him from his appearances in Emmy and Golden Globe winning shows like Key & Peele, Workaholics, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, The League, NCIS, Boston Legal or Malcolm in the Middle just to name a few.

Matt's also been a part of several high profile commercial campaigns for Volkswagen, DirecTV, Apple, IBM, Microsoft and GE; which have aired during the Superbowl and The Olympics.

As a stand-up, Matt's appeared on Conan, The Late Late Show and Last Call, as well as dozens of festivals, including The Montreal Just for Laughs Festival (Best of the fest), The San Francisco Sketchfest, Bridgetown, High Plains, Limestone and has even entertained at The White House for President and Mrs. Obama.

His critically acclaimed albums, "The Comedy Stylings of Matt Knudsen", "American" and "Yes And" are top downloads on iTunes and regularly heard on SiriusXM Radio.

Matt loves Bob Newhart, Jack Benny, Jerry Seinfeld, Brian Regan, Mitch Hedberg, Doug Stanhope and Steve Martin

Marcy McCusker

Marcy McCusker is an actress and dancer from suburban Detroit, Michigan. Straight out of high school, Marcy moved to Los Angeles to pursue her professional dance career, she quickly signed with an agent and began working for the industry's top choreographers.

She had the pleasure of dancing for such artists as Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, N'Sync, Jessica Simpson, and Kylie Minogue. She toured South Korea, South America and the U.S. as a back-up dancer and appeared on such TV shows as "Castle", "How I Met Your Mother", "American Dreams" the Grammy Awards, the VMA's and in films such as "Southland Tales" with Justin Timberlake, "Jack-Ass Number Two", "A Very Merry Harold & Kumar", and "Gangster Squad" with Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone and Sean Penn. She recurred as Quendra on NBC's "Community", and has guest starred on various shows such as "CSI:NY", "New Adventures of Old Christine", "Monk", and the ABC sitcom pilot "Who Gets the Parents".

She landed her most exciting role to date, becoming a Mommy to her adorable son, Isaac James (born Sept 2015).

Jeremy Dunn

Jeremy Dunn was born on June 18, 1979. The model turned stunt action performer originally obtained recognition through his successful print, runway and spokes-modeling career. Appearing in numerous magazines, Promotional spokes-modeling for elite companies such as Koss Stereo, Peter Heim, Loghman Jewelers and Isabel Fa... Jeremy has been recognized as a man of many talents. In addition, he has had a decent run in television thus far, appearing in numerous TV shows and commercials through both principle roles and stunt action. For example, Jeremy was one of the two leads in Cox Communications hilarious 'Perfect Match' advertising campaign, which featured him as a pop-locking, break-dancing, estranged character. Moreover, Jeremy is the Lead Motion Capture Performer of the Call of Duty Franchise (World at War, Black Ops 1, Modern Warfare 3 & Black Ops 2).

Naturally, Jeremy made the transition to Film. It began, not only with a small scene in 'Pay it Forward,' but also some words of wisdom and encouragement from Kevin Spacey. Kevin, showing faith, said "you got what it takes, so go for it!" That was the milestone that inspired him to push on, strive through adversity, and work his way up.

Since then, he has dealt cards, on 'Oceans 11' & played football on 'Friday Night Lights, fought Spiderman in The Amazing Spiderman, Shot up Downtown Los Angeles in Gangster Squad, etc!' Furthermore, Jeremy starred in the 'Award Winning' Action Short, 'Adrenaline,' as well as a fun Vampire Thriller, 'The Bloodletting,' which won 'Best Horror Film' at the New York International Independent Film Festival. The film was an unexpected hit, and Jeremy was nominated for "Best Actor" as he portrayed 'Jonathan,' a Simple Med-student who in reality was a, well, you know!

Moreover, Dunn has recently wrapped up his small, but memorable role as "The Russian," in the Hectic-Films gem: "The Lackey," he played a Frost Giant in Marvel's: Thor and also, Jeremy had the privilege of playing one of Blackbeard's henchmen in _Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011)_.

Rick Avery

Rick Avery is a Stuntman, Stunt Coordinator, Actor, Director, Helicopter Pilot, and Aerial Coordinator, with over 500 feature film, television and commercial credits, including; "Men in Black 2/3", "Captain America", Four Batman Movies", "Ant man","Get Smart", "American Sniper", "Titanic", "The Prestige", "Star Trek Insurrection", "The Abyss", "Gangster Squad", "The Crow", and "Charlie Wilson's War." He has been nominated for three Screen Actors Guild awards winning the Screen Actors Guild Cast Award for "Traffic", the Best Stunt Ensemble Award in a Motion Picture for "Batman Dark Knight" and the 2009 Taurus World Stunt Award for Best Vehicular Work in "Batman Dark Knight." Rick a Fifth Degree Black Belt was inducted to the "Martial Arts Hall of Honors " in 2010, for Exemplary Achievements and Dedication to the Martial Arts. He Won the USA Boxing Old Dog super welterweight Boxing Championship in 2014 in the Masters Division. In 2015 He became a National Boxing Champion winning the USA Boxing Ringside National Championship. Later that year Rick doubled down and was declared World Boxing Champion in the Masters Division at the Ringside World Championships. Rick has directed two movies and a documentary: "The Expert" and "Deadly Outbreak," both of which were HBO, Showtime, and Cinemax Premieres, and "Raiders Remembered", a Documentary that won Honorable mention at the New York Film Festival. His Second Unit Director credits include: the upcoming "Hands of Stone", "Tenacious D", "Scream 3", "Anchorman", "Identity", and "The Sweetest Thing. Rick's acting credits include the films, " Ant Man" "Hands of Stone ", "Edge of Darkness" opposite Mel Gibson, "Hands of Stone", opposite Robert De Niro ,"Heat", "Spiderman", and "Batman Begins". Rick is an accomplished helicopter Pilot and instructor with over 7,500 hours.. He is Chief Pilot for National Helicopters, and was a line pilot for Guardian Helicopters working firefighting for two seasons. He flies A-Stars, Jet Rangers, Long Ranger,s Robinson R44, and Schweiser 300 helicopters. He has flown helicopters for "The Closer", "The Bachelor","Three Rivers ","Bloodshot", "Hells Kitchen", numerous commercials , and airplanes for "24". Rick also hosted the extremely successful Internet T.V. Show "Hardknocks". He is a college graduate, commercial multi-engine airplane pilot, commercial helicopter pilot and instructor, 5th degree black belt champion, certified scuba diver, was a Sergeant in the U.S. Army, and former Santa Barbara Metro Police Officer.

Debby Gerber

Debby was born and raised in Basel, Switzerland.

Graduated with honors from College for social work and after working in a café and a pet store, she felt the urge to take the chance and follow her dream: To go to America.

With a return ticket in her luggage to Switzerland she arrived in Los Angeles in July 2009. After studying and perfecting her English for 4 months in Westwood, she decided to use her last 2 months to visit an acting school. It wasn't long until she found the prestigious Drama School Stella Adler Academy of Acting in Hollywood. She enrolled for one term which ended up becoming a full time 2 year program from which she graduated in 2011.

With the knowledge, experience and new found passion for acting she got through her studies at Stella, she was ready to jump into this crazy pool of Acting.

Since then she has been cast as the Lead or Supporting Actress in numerous Short and Feature Films, two of them will premier in the next weeks and be submitted to major film festivals, she appeared in a Webisode called 'Ghost Ghirls' that is produced by Jack Black and will air on SYFY, was featured in Blockbusters like 'J. Edgar' with Leonardo DiCaprio or most recently in 'Gangster Squad' with Ryan Gosling and Sean Penn. She also had the opportunity to be a spokesperson and testimonial for a new product line from Proactiv which is launching right now. Debby has appeared and gained enormous experience on sets like 'Glee', 'The Glee Project', 'Teen Wolf' and the Sitcom 'Dog with a Blog' amongst others.

She will be forever thankful for one of her teachers at Stella, Tim McNeil, who believed in her and cast her as the Lead female in their Final Playproduction of 'Angels in America' written by Tony Kushner. To work on a complex, moody and difficult character like 'Harper' helped shape her into the actress she is today.

Now being a member of the most important Acting Union, SAG-AFTRA, and being signed with an agent and manager, doors have opened up for her and her future is filled with opportunities.

Winston West

Winston West has 23 years of experience in the entertainment world and has held many onscreen, and also, behind the scenes positions. Best known for his work on screen and off-screen on "Walker, Texas Ranger"; Winston West was Chuck Norris personal assistant and Associate for 10 years and completed 196 episodes of Walker Texas Ranger. Winston was also a stunt performer on the popular FOX television series "Prison Break." Additionally, he is a ,stunt performer and utilizing these skills in "Sons of Anarchy", "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." and elsewhere. Winston West performs stunts in the much anticipated Sean Penn film "Gangster Squad".

Michael Lee Merrins

Although born in NYC , Michael Lee Merrins was raised in Westwood, California. He is the son of Lisa and Eddie Merrins aka "The Little Pro," legendary golf professional. He was educated at St. Paul's the Apostle School. He attended Loyola High School. Upon graduation, Michael received a Golf Scholarship to LSU. Completing LSU, Michael was accepted to The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in NYC. There he was able to explore his creative talents and expand his acting abilities. Michael went on to study with Academy Award Winner Geraldine Page and Elaine Aiken of The Actor Studio. The following year, Michael received the "Backstage" Scholarship to the Michael Chekov School. During his time in New York, Michael studied dance at Alvin Ailey American Dance Center. As a working actor, Michael continued to study his craft with Stella Adler, Jeff Corry, and Brian Reese

He could also be seen in several off-Broadway plays. For example, Kid Champion, The Silo, also as Stanley Kowalski in " A Streetcar named Desire ". Michael moved off Broadway to his first feature called "Bailjumper" which premiered at the Angelika Film Center. This experience spurred Michael on to pursue future film work. Immediately, his talent led him to land a roll in the classic and standard for all videos "Thriller" as a dancing ghoul:, next to Michael Jackson. Michael was then cast in Die Hard: With A Vengeance - As The Van Driver in the opening scene with Bruce Willis . Dropping Mr . Willis off in Harlem . Michael is the Actually Driver of the Police Van Cast in a small background role in Eraser with Arnold Schwarzenegger Michael appeared in "The Bachelor " with Chris O"Donnell ,as Wall Street Trader ; ironically he also appeared in" Wall Street "with Michael Douglas and Charlie Sheen ; in the now infamous "Greed" speech Off to San Francisco, Michael began shooting his role as a prison guard with Kevin Bacon, in "Murder in the First ." "Freeway" a cult classic with Reese Witherspoon and Keifer Southerland brought Michael a significant role. Playing, opposite Ms .Witherspoon, as prison guard Michael is attacked and slashed in half by Reese . His scene ends as is he dying from the "slashing " . He is next Feature was in The Farelly Brothers "Stuck on You." Michael plays the umpire. Following Stuck on you , Michael auditioned and landed a role in "Hollywood Homicide" playing a LAPD officer opposite Harrison Ford in the final scene . Michael's mother, Lisa often jokes, that Michael is cast a Cop, due to the fact his Grandfather was a NYC Police Officer. Currently, Michael can be seem opposite Josh Brolin in Sean Penn's latest feature "The Gangster Squad" to be released in January 2013.

Televisions roles have including shows as General Hospital, Murder show wrote, Billionaires Boy club, Angel, Party of Five, and E.R.

Michael has appeared in many commercials. He is best-known as the character Dentman for Kelly Tires.

Today Michael is working on his own feature script and auditioning for movie and television roles including voice overs.

As a accomplished photographer, he runs Michael Lee Merrins Photography. His production company, DoubleDawg Prod; Directed and produced an independent film - based on James Dean. In the middle of Editing, he is now expecting to submit to various the Film Festivals in 2013.

Michael Loves travel and frequently takes weekends away to Big Sur, where he Hikes and photographs the area and weddings. He is an avid golfer and sports fan. Michael is known as a car fanatic especially fast and sporty. He is a passionate reader of all genres.

Affiliations: SAG -AFTRA , AFI , Supports Wounded Warriors and Friends of Golf.

Davey Thompson

Davey Thompson is an actor, stunt double and stunt coordinator who has appeared on Feature Films and Television shows such as Westworld (2016), Lucifer (2015), Rizzoli & Isles (2015), The Wedding Ringer (2015), Gangster Squad (2013), National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007), Poseidon (2006) and more. He is an experienced stunt driver, pilot, flight instructor, equestrian, mechanic, scuba diver, sailing instructor and surfer. In 2004 he received an Emmy for his role on a PSA for the City of Los Angeles. By: D Thompson

Arne Starr

Arne became an actor due to his association with Star Trek - performing in staged radio plays with Bill Campbell and John de Lancie at various conventions, which grew into full-blown radio plays on the bi-annual SeaTrek cruises. The late Mark Lenard ("Sarek," Spock's father) noticed Arne and brought him into his Masters Acting Class in New York. Arne won parts in six different plays during the first year he began auditioning - the lead in Sunshine Boys, stand-in lead Anatoly in the musical Chess, the bellhop in Lend Me a Tenor, other roles in Arsenic in Old Lace and Singing in the Rain and various parts in Showcases from Mark's studio. Moving from Connecticut to Florida he played leads in the Neil Simon play, I Ought to be in Pictures, the male lead in the play "Social Security," "Speed" in The "Odd Couple" and has also been in about a half dozen films from the Full Sail film school in Winter Park, FL. Now an LA area resident, he has done a couple of independent films and works many a show. He's played an Attending Physician on Grey's Anatomy (who was named "Arne" on the air) for 4 seasons, a Crab Shack regular on My Name Is Earl, a detective on Medium (as well as being their Police Sketch Artist and illustrator for the last two seasons) and typecast as "the artist" in a NY ad agency in the 60's on Mad Men for the first three seasons, and currently playing "the Tailor" since the show began on NCIS:Los Angeles. Also got to use his art skills on Castle as both a Court Sketch Artist and this season as Police Sketch Artist both on and off camera. Started on film being a survivor in Spielberg's War Of The Worlds and that continued into featured parts as a Montreal Judge in Blades of Glory, NY Nets on-air announcer in Semi-Pro, a rich guy partying in Dubai in Iron Man (but scene was cut final version), and featured in films like Hotel For Dogs, Bedtime Stories, the upcoming The Master and Gangster Squad, and of course came full circle on Star Trek by JJ Abrams giving him a cameo in the film.

An artist for over 35 years, Arne Starr has produced illustrations for many major companies and products and is best known for creating more art for Star Trek Comics than any other artist. As an ink artist at DC Comics, he has worked on just about every major character at the company. His uncredited co-inking efforts on Crisis on Infinite Earths (featuring the death of Supergirl and the Flash) and on Booster Gold and Batman were followed with credited stints on Power Girl, Green Lantern in Action Comics, Legion of Super-Heroes (co-inker, not "Ink Assist"), Unknown Soldier, Firestorm, and the original first ever mini-series of Star Trek: The Next Generation which followed into his long run on classic Star Trek, plus many, many more. His work also extends to Nexus at First Comics, Deep Space Nine at Malibu, and Spider-Man at Marvel and The Black Tiger for Beyond Time Comics, a graphic novel, War Of The Worlds, and more. Also over the years Arne has created numerous promotional art for a multitude of conventions featuring the main guests of each of those cons. And now in LA, he has been working on concept drawings and storyboards for a few companies as well, plus working on the air as Police/Court Sketch Artist occasionally and other on air art projects. Working on Trek Comics led to Arne's becoming a regular guest at Star Trek and media conventions as well as a few Sci-Fi based radio programs. His Hollywood connections with major studios provide him with "teasers," trailers, and behind-the-scenes pieces to present at conventions to delight the fans, as well as bringing all those wonderful giveaway goodies the studios provide.

Sophia Strauss

Sophia Strauss studied musical theatre at the Metropolitan Educational Theatre since she was age 5. She appeared in Wizard of Oz, Peter Pan, Sound of Music, Annie and Beauty and the Beast. She has been featured in the movies Hop Little Fockers and Gangster Squad television shows Victorious and Bucket and Skinners Epic Adventures. She also has booked numerous print jobs including a clothing line in Japan that features their entire campaign commercial, print and in store promotion with her. Sophia is a Los Angeles native enjoys activities such as soccer, swimming, singing, dancing, horseback riding and playing with her friends and siblings Victoria Strauss and Brandon Strauss. She is represented by Abrams Artist Agency and is also a member of the SAG/AFTRA.

Stephen Goodman

Stephen Miles Goodman is an American actor, writer, and film producer. He was born July 11, 1986 in Wichita Falls, Texas. He is the son of Rebecca Largent Goodman, a former secretary at Merrill Lynch, and Randy Goodman, a teacher, coach, and grocery store owner. He has two adopted sister's and his ancestry includes Swiss and German.

Goodman's family moved to Waurika, Oklahoma when he was four. There, he began his first training as an actor by his grandmother, Nell Largent.

At the age of six, Goodman's family moved to the small town of Ringling, Oklahoma. Goodman was athletic while growing up in Ringling. He played football, baseball, and basketball through his school years. During his high school years, he picked up the unique fighting style of Keysi Fighting Method which he excelled at for seven years.

During his College years, his cousin whom was Captain of Police for Oklahoma City offered him a job to be an undercover narcotics police officer during major events held in the downtown area. This opened a major door for Goodman to pursue a career in law enforcement. Goodman though always wanting to perform on stage, found the theatre room of his University and was cast in his first stage production and also first feature film, Time Expired, to which he turned down the offer of being in law enforcement.

After college, Goodman made his way to Los Angeles. His firstly several jobs were uncredited roles in the films Gangster Squad and Saving Mr. Banks, along with various television. Goodman reconnected with the writers and directors of Time Expired for their next feature Shades.

Always being a stickler for originality in a story, Goodman and his best friend and business partner, Sean Jeter, decided to dedicate themselves to writing scripts that did just that. In 2013, Goodman founded the production company, Chain-Locked Productions which wrapped it's first production in March of 2013.

Gregg Sargeant

Gregg Sargeant is an American filmmaker known for his work on Pirates of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011), Pirates of The Caribbean: At Worlds End (2007), Gangster Squad (2013) and Master and Commander (2005). An accomplished Stunt Coordinator and Action Actor of Italian and Greek Descent, Gregg has enjoyed the wild ride of successful transition from Stuntman to Stunt Coordinator to Second Unit Director and Director. His career has spanned the full spectrum of some of the most acclaimed feature films and TV series. He was nominated for the prestigious Screen Actors Guild Award for his work on the Jerry Bruckheimer pirate franchise for, Pirates of The Caribbean: At Worlds End. He has fought, and been beat up by some of the top stars in Hollywood and around the world, and continues to enjoy doing so today.

Gray Ellis

Gray Ellis was born in Alexandria Virginia. He lived the majority of his life within the Washington DC area with his Mother, Father and his two little brothers. Before adopting the stage name "Gray Ellis" he went by his legal name Dominique Ellis. The now 24 year old Actor wasn't always one who lived for the spot light. Gray attended various local schools within the Nations Capital such as Morningside Elementary, Andrew Jackson Middle School, Forestville Military Academy, Prince Georges Community College and the University of Maryland. Still young and unsure of his true Career, Gray jumped from Graphic Design to Criminal Justice searching for his destiny. Gray Ellis caught the "Acting Bug" over a Summer Church Retreat Film in which he featured as an extra. He loved the creativity of working on camera with others and wanted more. At the age of 22, he ran into a friend between classes at his College that would change his life forever. Gray's friend suggested a few auditions that he should look into to get started. He found himself many days just harassing friends on campus to do mini scenes so that he could better familiarize himself with developing technique and craft. He soon received his first invite for an film audition at Howard University named Class Act (2012). Nervous, unsure and shy, Gray attended the audition with many questions about himself still looming. He then found out in later weeks that he had been casted for the lead role of the film. Gray had a fortune that not many talents experience achieving on their first audition. Viewing a supported cast that outweighed him in credits, Gray surprisingly did not let that intimidate him. He in fact gained respect and trust of carrying the film quickly from his cast. This instilled a confidence within Gray that was born earlier than expected. Gray set fire to the local Washington DC Film Industry, landing fifth-teen credits during a nine month span. A few credits to be named but not limited to are, Fang (2011), Lovely Molly (2011), The Serpents Tongue (2011), Class Act (2012) , Abandoned (2010), and many others. In January 2011 Gray finally decided it was time to join the Union. On January 25th 2011 Gray Ellis officially signed as a AFTRA Talent.

Understanding the magnitude of becoming a professional talent, he soon began to look for a mainstream market in which he could work towards becoming a Academy Award Winning Talent. After great debate between relocating to New York and Los Angeles, Gray decided he would take his talent too Los Angeles to pursue his Film Career as a Professional Actor. With only twenty dollars in his pocket, Gray quickly boarded his South West flight to embark on the newest chapter of his Career. Since reaching Los Angeles Gray has done prime time credits such as Hart of Dixie (2011); Prime Suspect (2011); Boardwalk Empire (2011); Ringer (2011); Good Christian Belles (2012); Gangster Squad (2012); Dark Knight Rises (2012). Gray Ellis has also recently started up his first production company Motion View Productions LLC showing his versatility both in-front and behind the camera. With only six-teen months under his belt, this 24 year old Actor is definitely someone to keep close watch on. Gray is also taking training at the Stella Adler Academy in Hollywood Los Angeles, Gray Ellis is a dedicated and passionate as they come. He studies closely under the craft and technique of Denzel Washington and Will Smith, combining both charm and comedy with dramatic deliverance. The now SAG-AFTRA Actor, Gray Ellis is truly a talent that will be apart of our Industry World of Entertainment for many more years to come.

Jeneffa Soldatic

Lifetime member of the Actors Studio, and the third ever Australian to receive the life membership, Jeneffa Soldatic is a leading lady off Broadway, a renowned international acting coach and an epitome of international theatre. She appeared in the premiere of Al Takes A Bride at the Actors Studio in NYC, has toured the USA singing with the Polyphonic Spree and David Bowie, and has appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Curb Your Enthusiasm.

She received her Masters of Fine Arts in Acting from the Actors Studio Drama School on scholarship 2003 and appeared in the leading role of Vladimir in its all female production of Waiting For Godot.

Jeneffa is recognized and recommended internationally as 'the actor's acting coach' for her unparalleled ability to nurture actors and accompany them on their journey as they unlock the artist. She is hailed by industry alumina, for her excellence in coaching, including producer Alison Owen, who recognizes Jeneffa as her preferred acting coach and one of her favorite actors,. Jeneffa has coached actors who have appeared in movies including Tomb Raider, Alcatraz, Hangover and Gangster Squad.

Working internationally Jeneffa has extensive experience in film and TV with credits in the US, Australia and Europe. Work includes performances at Belvoir St Theatre, and with All Saints (Australia), Waiting for Godot at the original Circle in the Square and Hedda Gabler, Sunday on the Rocks, The Seagull, other Off-Broadway shows (USA) and Comedy Central pilot The Grand Disaster.

Jeneffa is muse to international playwright Lupe Gehrenbeck, and together the two have founded 'Hook Productions' in NYC. Jeneffa has performed in their productions of Guardian Angel, Bolero and Alice in Teresa's Land which were all written for her by Lupe and staged in NYC. In April 2014 Jeneffa will reprise the role in Guardian Angel as part of the ONE Festival in New York.

Jeneffa is a trusted script advisor and has own scripts in development. She has directed, produced and developed numerous theatre productions internationally, and many feature films, and has just directed the Australian premier of The Girl Who Loved The Beatles. In 2013 she co-developed and directed 'Be Careful What You Wish For' for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Jeneffa is filming a new comedy web-series "Strange LA" and will be directing two shows as part of the 2014 Hollywood International Fringe Festival.

Grace Yang

Grace Yang is a talented, Model, Actress and Producer and is an inspiration to many others who are fortunate to meet and know her. She also in an accomplish book author and writer, publisher. Currently she is working on a screen play for her book, "It's A Long Way From China To Hollywood". Which will later be made into a full length feature film. (2017) Grace Yang was born in China. Growing up both her parents influenced her greatly as a child. Today they continue to inspire each other. Her daughter is also an accomplished actor. Grace is currently, (June 2016) working on several film projects with Hollywood Dark Castle Film Production. She is currently the star in the feature film, "The Step Daughter". This movie is epic, mysterious, psychological, courageous and heroic. Star, Grace Yang plays the role of, "Willow"...See her stunning, and extraordinary performance in, "The Step Daughter" this autumn. (2016) Grace is also currently producing a comedy, (full length feature film) that is slated for production this summer (2016). She is also one of the stars of the film. The comedy is being filmed in Hollywood, California. If you like to laugh this movie is certain to do just that. Film release date is January, 2017. On top of all this, Grace is producing a full length documentary on Palm Springs, California. Grace has appeared in many television shows, including, 1000 Ways to Die, Happy Ending, and Weed. Her outstanding performances in the hit show, "24", brought her back through out season 7. Grace loves a theatrical challenge and so when she is offered roles that take her out of her comfort zone she does it. In 2009 Yang, found herself loving the role that she played, that being of the Chinese Chairman's wife in the movie called, "Two De Force". In this movie Grace Yang has a phone conversation with Michelle Obama. Grace Yang has also made appearances in the movies, "Gangster Squad", and "The Gambler". On top of all her success, Grace continues to challenge her many abilities and talents. She continues to find time to do voice over work. Her voice is even recognized on the many airlines.

Tom D. May

Tom D. May was President Owner/Head of Sales TM Motion Picture Equipment Rentals Inc. for 25 years. In 1974, Tom started at the age of seventeen at CBS Studio Center working as a Studio Grip. He then worked for several years throughout the Major Studios and Independent Studios as a Studio Grip and he became a union member of Local 80 Studio Grips in 1977, after putting in his time working Studio Grip Construction.

Tom, third generation, comes from a family with a long history of working in the Motion Picture Industry. Tom worked his way up through the Major Studios in Hollywood: 20th Century Fox, Warner Brothers, Universal, Paramount, Samuel Goldwyn, Metro Goldwyn Mayer (MGM), Walt Disney Studios, Raleigh Hollywood Studios, and The Culver Studios. During his tenure working at the Major Studios, Tom learned the inner workings of Studio Operations, Set Construction, and The Set Lighting & Grip departments.

In 1978, Tom started working on Film Productions at Major Studios, Television Movies, Television Series, and Independent Television Movies for several years. Eventually in the years ahead Tom started working on Major Feature Films, such as "The Jazz Singer", "Pursuit of DB Cooper", "The Karate Kid", "Rocky IV", "Three Amigos", "Short Circuit", and "The Witches of Eastwick", just to name a few.

Tom was particularly interested with how Independent Grip and Lighting Equipment Rental Companies operated away from the Major Studios, leading into the Independent Production World. He then became very interested in the Grip and Lighting Rental business. Tom started purchasing Grip Equipment to rent on Independent Feature Films, Television Productions, and Television Commercials that he worked on. He eventually opened up a small shop, purchasing more equipment and started supplying Grip Equipment on Television Projects, Commercials, and Feature Films building relationships and a customer base. Learning to negotiate Deals with Producers and Production Managers, he learned how Production worked as well as the inner workings of Grip and Lighting Equipment Rentals, along with all the various crafts and job duties that were performed on a set. Furthermore, he learned how budgets were put together for making Feature Films and Television Projects.

In 1985, Tom D. May founded TM Motion Picture Equipment Rentals. Tom emphasized on building commercial accounts and building his business. After two years of building commercial accounts his business expanded with more Grip Trucks and purchased more Grip Equipment, becoming one of the major suppliers into the commercial market. His business expansion has led to re-locating his company to a larger location in North Hollywood.

By 1995 TM Motion Picture Equipment Rentals its expanded customer base further building up Commercial accounts and becoming well known to Commercial Producers, Production Managers, Production Coordinators, Director/Cameramen, and Directors of Photography.

In the years following, Tom D. May started purchasing Lighting Equipment and grew his business from a Grip Company into a Grip and Lighting Company, expanding his employee count, and started supplying Grip and Lighting Equipment on Television Commercials, eventually supplying equipment on Feature Films and Television Projects. This led to further growth and customer relationships.

In 1999 TM Motion Picture Equipment Rentals opened up another division called the TM Expendable Division Supply Store. He successfully managed and operated both divisions taking TM Motion Picture Equipment Rentals, to another level with an Annual Gross Revenue of Three Million Dollars in 1999.

In the year 2000, Tom D. May increased the company's Annual Gross Revenue to Seven Million Dollars, booking many Feature Films and supplying Grip, Lighting, and Electrical Equipment on projects such as "Ghost of Mars," "Windtalkers," "Bandits," "Collateral Damage," "About Schmidt," "Say Uncle," "The One," "Sorority Boys," "The Black Night," and "The Rundown", as well as many Commercials.

By the year 2005, TM Equipment Rentals doubled in size, still growing its Grip and Lighting Inventory and the Company, and moved to a 40,000 square foot facility in Burbank, California. The company opened another location in Hawaii, supplying Grip, Lighting, and Electrical Equipment for the Hit TV Series, "Lost".

Within a year, the company opened another location at Los Angeles Center Studios, becoming the Exclusive Supplier of Grip, Lighting, and Electrical Equipment, now operating Three Locations, and increased the company's Annual Gross Revenue to Twelve Million Dollars.

After operating at LA Center Studios for three years, TM Equipment Rentals moved on to open up a new location in Albuquerque, New Mexico and now had grown its Grip and Lighting inventory once again, also becoming the Exclusive Supplier at The Philips Stages in Albuquerque, New Mexico between 2007 through 2009. The Studio now operates as I 25 Studios.

In 2010, TM Equipment Rentals became the Exclusive Supplier of Grip and Lighting Equipment and Grip and Lighting Expendables at Second Line Stages in New Orleans, Louisiana. By the end of 2010 Tom D. May had built and successfully owned and operated TM Equipment Rentals for 25 years. He built many relationships in New Orleans, Louisiana, packaging Feature Films such as "Green Lantern," "Contraband," "Medallion," "Bullet to the Head," "Django Unchained," "The Butler", "Killer Joe" and Television Projects such as "Imagination Movers", "Star Crossed", and "American Horror Story", as well as many more from 2010 through 2013.

In January 2011, TM Motion Picture Equipment Rentals was acquired by Manhattan Beach Studios owned by The Carlyle Group. Tom D. May remained aboard as President/Chief Operating Officer/Head of Sales, still running the company, for three years. He moved forward under the Manhattan Beach Studios umbrella and was instrumental in renewing a new agreement for another three year term with Second Line Stages in New Orleans, Louisiana, signing on to be Exclusive Supplier at Santa Fe Studios in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Exclusive Supplier at the Culver Studios in Culver City.

In 2012 thru 2014, Tom D. May booked numerous Feature Films: "Jurassic World", "Aloha", "Black Hat", "Godzilla", "When the Game Stands Tall", "The Hunger Games 2 - Catching Fire", "The Butler", "Iron Man 3", "Django Unchained", "Motel", "This is the End", "Atlas Shrugged 2", "Untitled Diablo Cody Project", "Hot Flashes", "Pitch Perfect", "Gangster Squad", "Thunderstruck", "The Avengers", "Bullet to the Head", "Liberal Arts", "Medallion", "Freelancers", "Contraband", "Killer Joe", as well as many Television projects: "Manhattan", "Star Crossed", "American Horror Story: Coven", "Legit", "Anger Management", "The Last Resort", "Behind the Candelabra" the HBO television movie, "El Jefe", "Wild Card", "The River", "Justice for Natalee" and "Luck", an HBO Television Series.

From early on, Tom D. May has consistently showed an ability and persistence to follow through from beginning to end in all projects that the company supplied equipment and becoming part of the production teams. It was this determination and persistence that made TM Motion Picture Equipment Rentals a service oriented company with excellent customer service and becoming one of the leading suppliers of Grip, Lighting, and Electrical Equipment in the Industry over a period of 28 years.

Brad Lewis

Brad Lewis is a novelist, biographer, playwright, screenwriter, and former actor. His focus has ranged from the bizarre world of celebrity doctors to detailed histories of Jewish-American development, with particular interest to the entertainment industry.He co-wrote the bestselling biography of Milton Berle, My Father, Uncle Miltie, with the comedian's son William Berle, a candid look at the irreplaceable American television icon. Lewis' novel Great White Doctor is a scalpel thriller centered on the sordid lives and weird sexual habits of "celebrity doctors", exposing the seamy side of high profile specialists who perform unnecessary surgery on their female patients.

Lewis has written often about the Hollywood scene, and is no stranger to celebrities and celebrity doctors. Anonymous underworld "businessmen," often sent their lady friends for treatment in his offices. That experience with known mobsters contributed to Lewis' interest in how gangsters, Hollywood, and Washington somehow connect in the American landscape. Hollywood's Celebrity Gangster, The Incredible Life and Times of Mickey Cohen and Mickey Cohen: The Gangster Squad and The Mob are two books dealing with the history of organized crime.

As an actor, Lewis appeared on television in As the World Turns, Love of Life, The Guiding Light, and trained at the prestigious H. B. Studios in Manhattan, with its founder Herbert Berghof and fabled acting teacher William Hickey. He appeared in many off and off-off Broadway productions. Lewis has advanced degrees from CUNY (Psychology) and New York University; a fellowship at Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, and St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital. A popular talk show guest, he has appeared on numerous radio and television programs. Lewis is a native New Yorker.

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