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Donal Logue

Donal Logue's versatility and talent makes him one of the most well respected and beloved actors today. Born in Ottawa, Canada, Logue moved all over the United States, from the Boston area as an infant to various towns on the Mexican border. He returned to Boston to attend Harvard University, where he majored in Intellectual History and discovered his love for the performing arts. While in college, he appeared in over thirty plays, worked for two summers in the American Repertory Theatre's Harvard/Radcliffe Summer Stock Company, and spent a short time doing theatre in England. After graduating, Logue joined the Cornerstone Theatre Company which developed community theatre in rural parts of the United States. From then on Logue dedicated himself to pursuing his passion for acting. In his 20 plus years in the industry, Logue has starred in films such as, The Tao of Steve, the story of a larger-than-life, philosophizing lothario, which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival, and won him a Special Jury Prize for Outstanding Performance. His other film credits include Sneakers, Gettysburg, Blade, Runaway Bride, Reindeer Games, The Million Dollar Hotel, Comic Book Villains with Michael Rapaport, Confidence, Just Like Heaven, and The Groomsmen with Ed Burns. Recently, Donal co-starred in Max Payne with Mark Wahlberg, as well as Charlie St. Cloud with Zac Ephron. He also appeared in Zodiac, directed by David Fincher, based on the Robert Graysmith books about the notorious Zodiac serial killer. Following the US release of Zodiac, he co-starred in Mark Steven Johnson's Ghost Rider with Nicolas Cage and Eva Mendes. Logue made his directorial debut with the independent film Tennis, Anyone?, which appeared at the US Comedy Arts Festival. He wrote, starred, and directed the film about two Hollywood has-beens who try and find meaning in their lives through a series of celebrity tennis tournaments. In television, Logue joined the cast of the NBC series "LIFE" about a former police officer who returns to the force after having been wrongly imprisoned for years. In 2007, he headlined the critically lauded ABC comedy "The Knights of Prosperity" in which a group of blue collar guys band together to plan a heist of Mick Jagger's New York City apartment. Prior to "The Knights of Prosperity" Logue starred in the Carsey-Warner produced show, "Grounded for Life" which aired for five seasons. He was also featured in a recurring role on "ER" as Sherry Stringfield's love interest. In 2010, Logue finished a critically acclaimed season on "Terriers," a television series created by Ted Griffin and Shawn Ryan for FX. He begins production on the Marc Cherry pilot "Hallelujah" for ABC in March of 2011. Logue lives in Los Angeles and has two children.

Peter Fonda

Peter Henry Fonda was born in New York City, to legendary screen star Henry Fonda and New York socialite Frances Seymour Brokaw. He is the brother of actress Jane Fonda and the father of actress Bridget Fonda. His ancestry includes Dutch, English, Scottish, and distant French and Italian.

Fonda made his professional stage debut on Broadway in 1961 in Blood, Sweat and Stanley Poole, for which he received rave reviews from the New York Critics, and won the Daniel Blum Theater World Award and the New York Critics Circle Award for Best New Actor. He began his feature film career in 1963, playing the romantic lead in Tammy and the Doctor and joined the ensemble cast of the World War II saga The Victors. Shortly thereafter, Fonda began what would become a famous association with Roger Corman, starring in Wild Angels, as the ultra-cool, iron-fisted leader of a violent biker gang, opposite Nancy Sinatra, Bruce Dern, and Diane Ladd. Fonda also starred in Corman's 1967 psychedelic film The Trip, also starring Dern and Susan Strasberg.

Fonda's next project was the seminal 1969 anti-establishment film Easy Rider which he produced and co-scripted, receiving an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Screenplay.

Fonda's acting credits also include the feature films Outlaw Blues, an expose of the country music business; Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry; Race with the Devil; Robert Rossen's Lilith; Split Image; Robert Wise's Two People; and the cult films Love and a .45 and Nadja. He appeared in Grace of My Heart, directed by Alison Anders, and John Carpenter's Escape from L.A., starring Kurt Russell. He also made a cameo appearance in Bodies, Heat & Motion, which starred his daughter Bridget.

Fonda wowed audiences and won critical acclaim for his portrayal of Ulee Jackson, the taciturn beekeeper in the 1997 film Ulee's Gold, earning him both a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor and the New York Film Critics Award, as well as an Oscar nomination. Following this, he published his autobiography, Don't Tell Dad, and was then seen in the NBC movie The Tempest, for which he had been nominated for another Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Mini-Series. Fonda then appeared with Helen Mirren in the Showtime telefilm The Passion of Ayn Rand, where he won the Golden Globe for outstanding supporting actor in a mini-series or movie made for television and was nominated for both an Emmy and SAG Award.

Fonda co-starred in Steven Soderbergh's 1997 film The Limey, which also starred Terrence Stamp and Lesley Ann Warren. Following this he appeared in Thomas and the Magic Railroad for director Britt Allcroft, starring Alec Baldwin.

Fonda directed his first feature film, The Hired Hand, in 1971. A critically acclaimed western in which he also starred, the film debuted with a restored version at the 2001 Venice Film Festival; it then screened at the Toronto Film Festival before reopening in theaters in 2003. Other directing credits include the science fiction feature Idaho Transfer, starring Keith Carradine and Wanda Nevada in which he starred as a gambler who wins Brooke Shields in a poker game.

Fonda co-starred in HBO's The Laramie Project, based on the true story of openly gay college student Matthew Shepard, killed in an act of senseless violence and cruelty, which attracted national attention. Fonda starred in The Maldonado Miracle directed by Salma Hayek for Showtime Networks, and was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for his role. Fonda also starred opposite Kris Kristofferson in Wooly Boys, which was released in March 2004, and the television drama Back When We Were Grownups, opposite Blythe Danner and Faye Dunaway. Fonda was seen in Soderbergh's Ocean's Twelve and can be seen in Mark Steven Johnson's Ghost Rider, opposite Nicolas Cage.

Fonda's other projects include director Ron Maxwell's Civil War-era drama Copperhead, alongside actors Billy Campbell and Angus MacFadyen and The Ultimate Gift directed by Michael Landon Jr. Up next, Fonda can be seen in John McNaughton's The Harvest with Samantha Morton and Michael Shannon.

Casey Deidrick

Casey Deidrick can currently (2017) be seen on the hit MTV series Teen Wolf. Casey portrays Halwyn, a former resident of Eichen House who just so happens to be a hundred year old Hellhound with mysterious ties to an ancient evil now threatening Beacon Hills in the aftermath of the Ghost Riders and the Wild Hunt. Whether those ties make him a good guy or a bad guy is yet to be revealed as Casey appears in several of the episodes in this final season of the series. He also stars in the psychological thriller pilot/movie A Midsummer Nightmare, a modern-day take on Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" which airs later this summer on the Lifetime Channel. Casey's other recent roles include starring opposite Victoria Justice in MTV's drama-thriller series Eye Candy, where he played Tommy, an NYPD Cyber Unit detective investigating a serial killer. Previously, Casey played the role of "Chad DiMera" on NBC's top-rated daytime drama, Days of Our Lives. A native of Hollister, California, Casey moved to Highland Ranch, Colorado at the age of 15 to live with his mother and finish out his high school years. It was there on the slopes in Colorado that he developed his skills as both a snowboarder and a skateboarder. At the age of 17, Casey was so exceptional at skateboarding that he was sponsored by AIRO Skateboards and participated in the 2004 Vans World Amateur Competition despite having a sprained ankle. His skate boarding style was so daring and aggressive, that during a photo shoot in 2004, he suffered a severe head injury that prompted his decision to take some time off from his favorite sport. After graduating high school in 2005, Casey attended Metropolitan State College in Denver where he studied Psychology and Theatre Arts for one year. Shortly thereafter, with a renewed interest in acting, He decided to move back to California to pursue a career in show business. He quickly found representation and landed a number of guest-starring roles on such popular television series as Disney's Wizards of Waverly Place, and The CW's Everybody Hates Chris and 90210. Casey has also appeared in a diverse range of roles on several other popular television series such as Glee, Revolution and Body of Proof. In his spare time Casey enjoys CrossFit training, playing sports, and hiking with his dog, Nanuk in the Hollywood Hills.

David Roberts

David Roberts is an Australian actor of theatrical, film and television. He was raised in Adelaide, Australia and attended the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne, graduating in 1987. Established as a notable face to Australian audiences, David is best recognized by western audiences for his role in the Sci-Fi film saga The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions both in 2003 as Captain Roland. He can also be seen in the Marvel Comics movie adaptation Ghost Rider (2007) starring Nicolas Cage. David has also worked in radio. His theatrical credits include shows for the Melbourne and Sydney companies Griffin, Belvoir and Playbox (Malthese).

Neil Peart

Neil Peart is one of the most universally respected rock drummers, and is best known for his nearly superhuman, pyrotechnic drum playing, and for providing intellectual lyrics for his band's songs. Neil has served as both drummer and lyricist for the rock band Rush since 1974, joining bassist/vocalist Geddy Lee and guitarist Alex Lifeson. (Rush's lineup has remained unchanged since Neil's arrival in 1974.) Rush is the most successful Canadian music group in history, and is the third most prolific seller of consecutive (American) Gold and Platinum Records and videos, behind only The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. Beginning on August 10, 1997, immediately following Rush's "Test For Echo" tour, Neil Peart endured concurrent, seemingly unendurable tragedies when his daughter (and only child) died in a car accident, and his wife died from cancer 10 months later. This put Rush on indefinite hiatus for the first time, and prompted Neil to write "Ghost Rider: Travels on the Healing Road", his second book. In September 2000, Neil married Los Angeles photographer Carrie Nuttall. Following Neil's recovery, Rush returned victoriously to the studio and the stage in 2002 with "Vapor Trails", their 17th studio album. A highly successful 2002 tour brought about the band's long-awaited return to the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Rush ended their tour with their first-ever shows in Brazil, where they played to 125,000 fans in three nights. The final performance of the 2002 tour was captured on DVD as Rush in Rio, which was certified double-platinum within weeks of its release. Since the Vapor Trails album and tour, Neil's writing has become more personal. His live performances too, including his trademark percussion solos which showcase his superlative adroitness as a drummer, have been regarded as his best to date.

Bruno Gunn

Bruno Gunn most recently starred opposite James Marsden in the new HBO series Westworld and finished filming the graphic novel based, feature film Officer Downe directed by Shawn Crahan (Slipknot) & producer Mark Neveldine (Ghost Rider & Crank 1&2) which will be released in 2016. He is most recognized for his role as Brutus in the 2013 blockbuster film, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. For more than 10 years he's amassed a lengthy list of roles in TV and film - "True Blood," "Sons of Anarchy," "NCIS: Los Angeles," "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit", "Monk" and Bad Teacher with Cameron Diaz. In 2015 he extends his thespian reach with roles alongside Oliva Wilde in Lazarus, Vatican Tapes directed by Mark Neveldine, and Barely Lethal with Jessica Alba and Samuel Jackson.

Bruno got his first taste of Hollywood from film legend, Woody Allen who cast him in the 1998 comedy Celebrity. On the heels with his work with Allen, Bruno landed roles in blockbuster hits co-starring alongside Hugh Grant in Mickey Blue Eyes and Viggo Mortensen in 28 Days.

Through the suggestion of a friend that he should try acting, Bruno honed his skills under the tutelage of Wynn Handman's studio and Susan Batson. While in NYC Bruno had a successful run wowing audiences and critics performing Off-Broadway shows with award-winning companies, UBU Rep and Ensemble Studio Theater.

Bruno is a first generation American with Italian lineage and dual citizenship. He resides in Los Angeles.

Ashok Amritraj

An internationally renowned award-winning producer, Ashok Amritraj has made over 100 films during the span of his 30-year career, with worldwide revenues in excess of $2 billion. He has partnered with every major studio in Hollywood and produced films starring the likes of Bruce Willis, Sandra Bullock, Sylvester Stallone, Angelina Jolie, Cate Blanchett, Dustin Hoffman, Andrew Garfield, Steve Martin, Antonio Banderas, Robert De Niro, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Jennifer Aniston, Nicolas Cage, and many more.

As Chairman and CEO of the Hyde Park Entertainment Group, Amritraj has grown the Company into a cutting-edge independent alternative to the traditional Hollywood system, fully realizing his vision for a progressive global company that incorporates the most essential elements of a full-fledged studio. Hyde Park's mandate encompasses feature film, television, digital, documentary, and cross- cultural content, with the Company possessing development, production, and financing capabilities in addition to handling worldwide sales and marketing.

Amritraj's box office hits include films such as "Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance", starring Nicolas Cage, "Bringing Down the House", starring Steve Martin, "Premonition", starring Sandra Bullock, "Walking Tall", starring The Rock, and many more, as well as critically acclaimed titles including "99 Homes", starring Andrew Garfield and Michael Shannon, "Blue Valentine", starring Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams, and "Shopgirl", starring Steve Martin and Claire Danes.

Hyde Park and ImageNation AbuDhabi continue their long term multi million dollar feature film partnership with their next release "Prey", a co-production with Blumhouse Productions directed by Franck Khalfoun (Amityville: The Awakening).

Amritraj's extraordinary career from Wimbledon tennis player to billion dollar Hollywood producer (chronicled in his autobiography Advantage Hollywood) is matched only by his commitment to education, diversity, and equality. Dedicating a significant amount of his time to philanthropic endeavors worldwide, Amritraj was recently appointed as the first United Nations in India Goodwill Ambassador for the Sustainable Development Goals.

Amritraj continues to pave the way for the intersection of entertainment and philanthropy, and remains fully engaged in the creation of socially-relevant content, including producing and hosting the critically acclaimed show "Chance of a Lifetime" in partnership with the United Nations and the recently announced partnership with Global Citizen (the social action platform for a global generation) to produce unique, impactful content that shines a spotlight on the world's biggest challenges.

Amritraj's various awards include a Certificate of Special Recognition from the United States Congress for Exemplary Public Service to the People of the United States of America, the Producer of Vision Award from the Hollywood community, and a special award from the American Indian Foundation (chaired by President Bill Clinton) for "making India and Indians proud". Amritraj was named "Producer of the Decade" by the Spirit of India Foundation, in addition to being celebrated by the Indian International Film Festival for his "extraordinary contribution by an Indian in international cinema."

Amritraj served on the Foreign Film Board of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, was a member of the Los Angeles Board for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, and was on the International Council for the Emmy Awards. In 2015, he was bestowed an honorary Doctorate of the Arts from the University of East London. In addition to working with UEL, Amritraj currently serves on the advisory board for the Dodge Film School at Chapman University.

Kimble Rendall

Director/Writer Kimble's passions are film and music. His entrée into the world of film began with an 8mm camera, writing and directing his own short films at school.

He gained a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Mass Media (Film Major). He then trained at the Australian Broadcasting Commission (ABC) to become a film editor. He worked for the BBC in London and for the four major television networks in Australia, editing documentaries, current affairs and drama. As a freelance editor he cut low budget features and documentaries including "My Survival as an Aboriginal", winner of the Rouben Mammoulian Award at the Sydney Film Festival. For two years Kimble took acting classes under acclaimed Australian theatre directors John Bell, Richard Wherrett and Ken Horler at the Nimrod Theatre. During this era, Kimble met some friends with a similar interest in music. They formed a band, "The XL Capris" which gained minor notoriety in Australia. Two members went on to write a successful TV show called "Sweet and Sour" based on this band's exploits. With Dave Faulkner, Rodney Radalj and James Baker he formed "The Hoodoo Gurus", now considered Australian rock and roll royalty. This band achieved major success and has a large following around the world. In 2007, all band members were admitted into the Aria Hall of Fame.

An experimental video made in 1980 was selected to represent Australia at the Venice Biennale. In 1984 he started directing music videos, winning numerous local and international awards. He was voted (Rolling Stone Magazine) Australia's top music video director and was the first director to win an international award for a music video. He ran his own music video production company for three years as well as directing second unit on a number of mini series. He joined animation/live action company Filmgraphics to direct TV commercials. In 1994 he established Flat Rock Pictures. As well as commercials the company has produced three short films and is developing a number of features. Kimble has won all the major awards in advertising including the Cannes Lion. He first came to international recognition when his short film Hayride to Hell was selected to screen at the Telluride Film Festival as part of "Filmmakers of Tomorrow".

Kimble directed the feature "Cut" released March 2000. A horror film starring Molly Ringwald (Sixteen Candles, Pretty in Pink) and featuring Kylie Minogue. Produced by Mushroom Pictures and Beyond Films, it was sold to all markets in the world. It opened in France and Hong Kong at number two at the box office being the second highest opening behind Strictly Ballroom. TV work includes directing a comedy series "The Jesters" for Fox/Showtime and documentaries such as "Counting the Beat", the story of Mushroom records.

He was second unit Director on the Matrix sequels Reloaded and Revolutions and the interactive game Enter the Matrix, I Robot, Casanova, Ghost Rider, Underworld:Rise of the Lycans, Knowing, Killer Elite and Gods of Eygypt. In 2011 he directed Bait 3D, Australia's first 3D horror movie and first Australia/Singapore/China co-production. Bait 3D premiered at the Venice Film Festival and opened at #1 in China breaking all records for an independent film. It was Australia's most commercially successful film for 2012. Expected gross worldwide is 45 million. Kimble and Jason Fernandez performed the end title track and incidental tracks for Bait. Having enjoyed the experience the duo decided to form a new band called "The Slice". They have released their first mini album titled "Dumb Fun".

Peter Kent

Born in Australia, but raised in Canada before returning down under in the late 70's, Peter's love for the arts, especially film and television, was firmly set at a young age. While attending a workshop held by Australian casting company, Maura Fay & Associates, Peter's uncanny knack for accents and natural performances quickly singled him out and he was hired as an auditions reader for Australian/American co-productions. So began his involvement both in front of and behind the camera. His acting and accent ability led to him being cast in many American film and television roles, working alongside such directors Angelina Jolie, Guillermo Del Toro, Alex Proyas, George Miller and Michael Pattinson - and actors Nicholas Cage, Gerard Butler, Rose Byrne, Heath Ledger, Ben Mendleson, Jessica Alba, Bailee Madison and many more.

By 1995, he was cast in a support role in Space Above and Beyond, a science fiction series produced by the team who brought us the X-Files. While continuing to perform both American and Australian roles, he also began instructing acting students in the use of American accents. This led to him being hired as an American Dialect Coach on the late Heath Ledger's (RIP) first American television series, Roar. Peter also performed opposite Heath, Vera Farmiga and Lisa Zane. His professional reputation grew quickly and he continued working on American productions often both as an actor and a dialect coach. Near the end of the 90's, MGM hired him to coach the accents on the Australian/American co-production of Flipper. He also directed the lead children's performances, along with playing a regular role in the show for two full seasons. He then went on to another American series The Beastmaster and was responsible for coaching both the accents and performances of the lead actors Daniel Goddard and Jackson Raine, along with many guest leads including Grace Jones and New Zealand's Marton Csokas. Pete worked that series for a full three seasons, and directed on a number of occasions. In between crew work, Peter still found time to perform roles in other productions including Crocodile Dundee in L.A. and Attack on the Queen. Later Pete was cast as a father in the children's television show Mortified, played a lawyer in the Japanese feature A Very Good Company and a slave trader in the American action feature, The Condemned. He has coached Rachel Ward in Monarch Cove, Nicholas Cage in Ghost Rider, Gerard Butler in the Jodie Foster film Nim's Island, Rose Burn and Ben Mendelson in the Nicholas Cage feature Knowing, both Megan Gale and Theresa Palmer for George Miller's Justice League, Katie Holmes, Guy Pearce and Bailee Madison on the feature Don't Be Afraid of the Dark.

During 2014 Peter has worked on features such as Unbroken along side director Angelina Jolie and San Andreas alongside actor Dwayne Johnson.

Stan Jones

Composer, songwriter and actor Stan Jones was born in Douglas, Arizona, on June 5, 1914. He learned to ride horses as a child, a skill that came in handy later in his life (as did his talent for singing and playing the guitar). After his father died his mother moved the family to Los Angeles. He attended UC Berkeley for a time, and began riding the rodeo circuit in his spare time to make money. He dropped out of college in 1934, however, to join the navy, and after his discharge held a variety of jobs all over the country, including copper miner, logger and snowplow driver. He was hired as a firefighter by the US Forest Service, and later became a Forest Ranger, being assigned to various national parks in the western US.

While stationed at Death Valley, California, in 1948, he was assigned to be technical advisor for a western being shot there, The Walking Hills. In between filming, he would sit around with the cast and crew and play various songs he had written. They encouraged him to try to get the songs published, and he eventually sent his compositions to several music publishers. One of his songs was picked up and recorded by folksinger Burl Ives for Columbia Records, "Riders in the Sky". It was then recorded by Bing Crosby and, under the title "Ghost Riders in the Sky", by Vaughn Monroe, whose version became a major hit, so much so that cowboy actor Gene Autry filmed a movie using the title (Riders in the Sky), in addition to recording the song itself, and Stan's career was off and running. His songs were used in two westerns by acclaimed director John Ford -- Wagon Master and Rio Grande, in which Stan also played a cavalry sergeant -- and Autry again made a movie based on another of Stan's songs, Whirlwind, in which Stan also had a small part. His songs were used in a half-dozen more films over the next few years.

In 1955 actor Harry Carey Jr. was hired by Walt Disney for a TV series called The Adventures of Spin and Marty. Carey had worked with Stan on both "Wagon Master" and "Rio Grande" and suggested to Disney that Stan be hired to write songs for the show, a suggestion Disney followed. Stan wrote all the songs for the first two seasons of the show (he also made an occasional appearance before the cameras), but for the third season many of the songs were written by others, although some of Stan's were used.

He later worked on the soundtracks for several Disney films, and was the co-writer for the theme song for the western series Cheyenne. In 1956 he was hired to play Deputy Olson on the modern-day western series The Sheriff of Cochise (later renamed "U.S. Marshal") and in addition wrote the theme song and even some episodes of the show. In 1959 he worked for director John Ford again, writing the songs for his western The Horse Soldiers and even playing, uncredited, Gen. Ulysses S. Grant. Then it was back to television work for Disney. His last film as an actor was in Ten Who Dared.

Stan Jones died in Los Angeles, California, in 1963.

Marco Marenghi

Marco Marenghi was sat on the sofa watching cartoons. The unemployed electronics engineer was forced into redundancy when the technology firms that dominated his area in Wales, UK moved on to cheaper labor in foreign countries. His wife, Joanne, noted that Marco wasn't much of a TV guy but when cartoons were on he was mesmerized - the animation seemed to captivate and hypnotize him. She suggested that he go back to college and learn a new trade in this field that he found so fascinating. Despite the fact that he was one of the most promising artists in high school, Marco had not picked up a pencil in 15 years so he found this suggestion as quite absurd. Joanne persevered as she saw in him something that he did not. In 1995, Joanne visited the Glamorgan College for Art and Design Technology (GCADT) and was very impressed by their new animation course. She pleaded with Marco to go check it out until he eventually caved in and agreed - anything for a peaceful life. During the visit, Marco met Pete Hodges and Chris Webster - who were both about to have a profound affect on his life, though he didn't know it yet. Like Joanne, the course content blew Marco's mind and he could now see what his wife was pushing toward. Alas he had no portfolio, no sketchbook, nothing he could show to the course leaders that proved he had the talent. What he did have, however was tenacity. Both Pete and Chris recognized this and sent him away with a mission: spend the weekend sketching and come back on Monday to show us what you did. So that weekend, while working on his parents ice-cream truck, Marco took out his pencils and drew for the first time in 15 years - for once thankful that it was raining and business was quiet. On the Monday he returned to GCADT and showed his work. Both Pete and Chris agreed that he'd be a fine candidate but there were currently no open positions so they agreed to put him on the wait list. Marco was feeling pretty low but as he left the office, the phone rang. Pete gestured for him to hold on.... someone was calling to cancel and there was now a position available. Did Marco want it? You betcha!

Marco's time at GCADT was a mixed bag of emotions. Here he was surrounded by younger artists with incredibly impressive portfolios while he clutched the little sketchbook he had started in the ice-cream truck. He quickly realized however that the younger students did not share his knowledge of life and what the big-wide world had in store for them. Marco's tireless work ethos meant he quickly progressed and his maturity (!) led to mentoring many students. At the start of the course, the students were given 2 months instruction for each of the animation genres: drawn, stop-motion and computer. Marco gained a creditable pass at drawing, a distinction in stop-motion but barely scraped through the computer section. But what the other disciplines had failed to do was challenge him so he decided to major in computer animation and bought his first P.C. Before the end of the animation course, Marco had been selected by Framestore in London to work on the groundbreaking "Walking with Dinosaurs" series. It was agreed that he would be released early and assessed on his development by Framestore's head of CG Mike Milne. He passed, of course, with flying colors and his new career was born. Under Mike's leadership, Marco quickly developed as an artist and was made a lead animator for the 4th episode of "Walking with Dinosaurs: A Cruel Sea". Upon release, Walking with Dinosaurs became a worldwide sensation, revolutionizing TV and raising the bar for VFX based shows. It was this exceptional realism of blending high-end VFX with live action backgrounds that Marco would specialize in for the rest of his career. With numerous awards - including the prestigious AoC Gold Award which he received in 2000 at the UK Senate - and 3 Emmy wins, the phones began to ring. In April 2000, Marco and his family relocated to the Bay Area in California. In his new job with PDI/Dreamworks CAFE (Creature and Feature Effects), Marco worked on the movies "Evolution" and directly with Steven Spielberg for "Minority Report", as well as several commercial spots. When Dreamworks closed it's CAFE division mid-2001, Marco was loaned to Electronic Arts where he worked on cinema tics for the games "Freakstyle", "Lord of the Rings" and James Bond "Nightfire". In 2003, Marco landed a job at Sony Pictures Imageworks to work on Robert Zemekis's "The Polar Express" and the family relocated to Los Angeles. During this transitional period, the BBC filmed "The Marco Marenghi Story" - a 30 minute documentary on his journey from humble unemployment in Wales to working in the cutting-edge Hollywood visual effects industry. Marco's hard work and "can-do" attitude meant that he quickly rose through the ranks and attained the position of Animation Supervisor for "Ghost Rider", "I am Legend", "Speed Racer", Tim Burtons "Alice in Wonderland" and "The Green Lantern". Other credits include "Bewitched", "The Watchmen", "Spiderman 3", "Valkyrie" and "2012". During his time at SPI, Marco was awarded "The Friz Frieling Lifetime Achievement Award for Outstanding Animation" in 2008 and in 2009 he was bestowed an "Honorary Doctorate in Technology" by the Glamorgan University of Wales. In 2011 the "Walking with Dinosaurs 3D" movie was announced and immediately sparked Marco's interest. In June that same year, Marco started a 20 month dream assignment as Animation Director in Sydney, Australia at Animal Logic. While there, his creativity blossomed as he oversaw multiple departments for the show. Both the production and director had great faith in his creative decision making, allowing him to expand and experiment with tremendous results. After nearly 2 years away from home, 2013 saw his return to Los Angeles and the chance to take a bit of a hiatus and spend some much needed family time.

Patrick Aiello

Patrick Aiello is a seasoned feature film producer and senior production executive with extensive experience in creative affairs, film financing, business and legal affairs, talent packaging and production, and worldwide theatrical distribution and marketing of internationally-driven and U.S. distributor focused productions that hybridize major studio and independent finance models. Aiello's successful track record of funding and producing independently financed films is based on selecting specific content in contemporary genres for its appeal to both U.S. and international theatrical and ancillary markets.

Aiello is the former President of Creative Affairs and Head of Production at Hyde Park Entertainment Group, an established supplier of independent feature films for mainstream U.S. and foreign distributor partnerships. Aiello oversaw Hyde Park's commercial slate of productions and serviced the company's distribution relationships at major and mini-major studios including 20th Century Fox, MGM, Sony Pictures, Walt Disney Studios, National Geographic Films and Overture Films.

While at Hyde Park Aiello created and sourced original content to finance and produce, and rendered extensive on-the-ground producing duties in Asia, Europe and the U.S. of the company's films which were financed in the main by private equity originating from sources in the U.K., Abu Dhabi and Singapore. Aiello was also responsible for fulfilling Hyde Park's tent-pole mandate for its co-production and co-financing partnership with 20th Century Fox, and initiated four-quadrant tent-pole commercial film packages such as the high-concept comedy NEW YEAR'S STEVE and the feature remake of THE CANNONBALL RUN franchise. For this co-production partnership Aiello also packaged and supervised DEATH SENTENCE, directed by James Wan (creator of the low-cost, massively profitable SAW and INSIDIOUS film franchises), and packaged and produced Capcom's video-game based feature STREET FIGHTER: THE LEGEND OF CHUN LI.

While servicing Hyde Park's second co-production and co-financing arrangement with Walt Disney Studios Aiello instigated the sale of writer-producer J. H. Wyman's (creator of Fox Broadcast Channel's worldwide hit television series FRINGE) four-quadrant tent-pole family feature package WITCHES with Angela Robinson directing.

Under Hyde Park's third co-production/co-financing partnership with MGM Aiello initiated and developed feature film remakes of Brian De Palma's iconic '80s thriller DRESSED TO KILL and Rodney Dangerfield's breakout broad-comedy EASY MONEY as well as executive producing the low-budget thriller ASYLUM and supervising the production of the East-meets-West romantic comedy THE OTHER END OF THE LINE.

For the company's fourth co-production/co-financing partnership with Sony Pictures Aiello supervised the highly successful supernatural thriller PREMONITION starring Sandra Bullock and the sequel production of GHOST RIDER: THE SPIRIT OF VENGEANCE starring Nicholas Cage. Also at Sony, Aiello produced actor Thomas Jane's feature film directing debut, the low budget 3-D film noir thriller THE DARK COUNTRY.

In addition to the four major studio financing and distribution partnerships, Aiello packaged and was the executive producer of the U.S./Japanese co-production LEONIE starring Emily Mortimer as well as Platinum Studios' (COWBOYS AND ALIENS, MEN IN BLACK) DEAD OF NIGHT starring Brandon Routh (SUPERMAN RETURNS) which was a film based on a best-selling horror comics series (56 million units in 17 languages) originally titled DYLAN DOG. Aiello also acquired to finance and produce the remake rights to film icon Blake Edwards' landmark 1979 comedy "10" and the psychological thriller project THE NIGHT WATCHMAN OF ALCATRAZ, which fostered a new, and fifth, co-production co-financing partnership with Overture Films/Anchor Bay.

For Hyde Park's ten-year production equity funding arrangement with ImageNation Abu Dhabi Aiello initiated key high-profile partnerships from amongst the ImageNation family of companies including joining with the producing team Walter F. Parkes & Laurie MacDonald (GLADIATOR, KITE RUNNER) to finance and co-produce the genre thriller FORSAKEN and with National Geographic Films to co-finance and co-produce the epic period story SANDS OF EDEN. Additionally, under the ImageNation funding arrangement Aiello initiated, packaged and was a Producer of the spy-thriller THE DOUBLE starring Richard Gere and Martin Sheen.

Aiello, also a professional screenwriter belonging to the Writers Guild of America, co-wrote and is producing the live-action/computer generated hybrid family four-quadrant feature BUMPER TO BUMPER: THE SECRET LIVES OF CARS at 20th Century-Fox and initiated and is producing a feature film version of beloved U.S. television series THE WHITE SHADOW also at 20th Century-Fox. Additionally, Aiello created the live-action/computer generated hybrid THE NAVY DOLPHINS at Walt Disney Studios, which is based on the real-life secret military marine mammal program.

In 2014 Aiello developed, packaged and produced AS ABOVE SO BELOW for Legendary Pictures. The low-budget genre film was the first theatrical release under Legendary's new ten-year co-production worldwide distribution deal with Universal Pictures and became a breakout success theatrically and through ancillary distribution formats (VOD, DVD). Additionally in 2014, Aiello originated, wrote and packaged the feature film franchise THE THREE TENORS with screenwriter Johnny Rosenthal (BAD SANTA 2, IRON JACK) at Lionsgate.

In 2015 Aiello originated, packaged and produced RISEN which was released in 2016 on four thousand screens worldwide through Sony Pictures Entertainment. RISEN was directed by respected director Kevin Reynolds (WATERWORLD, COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO) and starred Joseph Fiennes (SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE) and Tom Felton (HARRY POTTER franchise). The biblically inspired film was ranked within the top-ten of the most successful faith-based films of all time.

In 2017 Aiello's latest film BURN YOUR MAPS will be released worldwide by Warner Brothers Pictures. The cross-cultural East-meets-West film was written and directed by Jordan Roberts (BIG HERO 6, FROZEN, MARCH OF THE PENGUINS) and stars Vera Farmiga (UP IN THE AIR, THE CONJURING 1 & 2) and young breakout star Jacob Tremblay (ROOM).

Aiello began his career in the filmed entertainment industry with a lengthy tenure at Aaron Spelling Productions. Aiello's professional affiliations include membership in the Producers Guild of America (PGA) and the Writers Guild of America (WGA).

A native of Southern California, Patrick Aiello currently resides in Los Angeles.

Tobias Öjerfalk

Tobias "Tejbz" Öjerfalk. Is a Swedish YouTuber who originated from making gaming commentaries regarding the game Call Of Duty. His first videos was mostly Call of Duty 4 - but with the release of Modern Warfare 2 his channel gained quite a following and his channel on youtube.

Besides making gaming commentaries, Tobias or Tejbz as he is mostly famously know as, makes video-logs, montages and even a few music-videos. With his most popular video To Tha Face that has over 2.4 million views on youtube. The song To Tha Face even made it to the top at the Swedish iTunes sales lists.

Tobias/Tejbz got his first role in a movie Ghost Rider 2 - Spirit of Vengeance after the director and producer of the movie, Brian Taylor and Ari Arad had watched some of his videos.

Josan Sandeep

Mr. Josan Sandeep was raised in the small town of Yuba City, California. He has always been a visionary from childhood. When asked what he wanted to be when he grew up, he commented "everything". Josan comes from a very traditional, religious and loving family. In additions to his parents, he is blessed with 1 brother and 1 sister. Some of his pastime activities include figuring out how to bring his dreams and visions into realty, which is why he chose to pursue the field of a film Directing. He graduated with a MFA from the New York Film Academy in 2010 and started working with Columbia Pictures and Sony Picture Entertainment as Assistant & Chief Director.

He has been recognized as being a renowned movie director for Sam Mendes' Hollywood flicks such as SkyFall, Ghost Rider 2, Total Recall, The Amazing Spider-Man 4, The Tourist and Salt. All of his works seem to spring fully formed out of his mind and onto the screen, like daydreams with impeccable cinematography. His taut, meticulous vision reflects his own passion and determination. One of the most dynamic directors to emerge in the last few years, Josan makes movies that crackle with energy and typically showcase volcanic performances.

Finally in early 2013, Josan decided to branch out and form JBEI, Josan Bros. Entertainment Inc. and is now getting ready to make his directorial debut with a bilingual film titled 'THE JOURNEY'. The film is based on the life of Jesus Christ and will be made in English. It showcases the protagonist discovering the truth about life and the path of God while inspiring people around him. It is an international project and will be released worldwide and shot in London, Italy and India.

The movie begins in the modern era where today's youth struggle with life to handle his responsibilities and falling prey to his over pleasure and extravagant life style resulting in him diverting off path and against the teachings. One unfortunate day when he faces severe challenges, he is guided to fight with full faith in Lord Jesus and there he begins to battle and emerge victorious. But the desire to know God arises and he plans his visit to Jerusalem and there he meets Pastor to guide him to the path of lord. Then the movie completely switches to an era where Jesus preached and is depicted; as well as how the conspiracy was planned against him and how he was crucified is all what is shown in rest of the movie.

Josan Sandeep is on track for exerting a powerful, if unacknowledged, influence on mainstream event cinema. He is an independent-minded filmmaker who has forged a happy working relationship with not only Hollywood but Bollywood as well. India's film industry will greatly benefit and prosper from an increased collaboration and revenue with this Hollywood /Bollywood venture in the areas of film entertainment, education and tourism, cultural and technological exchange, a boost in local talent. He is extremely excited and honored to be able to play an integral role in boosting the Indian and U.S. economy with the production of "The Journey".

Greg Hedgepath

Supervising Sound Editor Greg Hedgepath has worked in film and television sound for more than 20 years. He is a two-time Golden Reel Award winner whose career highlights also include creating the sound effects for the tornados in Twister and the giant bug-like aliens in Starship Troopers. Among his many other credits are Punisher: War Zone, The Incredible Hulk, Ghost Rider, 2 Fast 2 Furious and Blade.

Hedgepath began his career with NPR, gaining valuable experience in recording radio dramas, live music and remote sessions. He got his start in film via Lucasfilm and later worked as a sound editor, sound designer, re-recording mixer and supervising sound editor at Sony, Warner Bros. and Danetracks (as well as a previous stint at Soundelux). He is a graduate of the University of Maryland and also studied sound recording at the Eastman School of Music.

Tom Greene

TOM GREENE has been involved in "showbiz" literally his entire life. Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, he started at the age of five as a child actor, traveling around the country in road show musicals. He also appeared on television, films, and in commercials. He quickly turned to music and was doing piano recitals by the age of ten, and singing light opera by his early teens. At the same time he became a professional trumpet player, working in everything from professional marching bands to small classical orchestras, and has the dubious distinction of celebrating his sixteenth birthday playing at one of the top casinos in Las Vegas, Nevada (he lied about his age). At around this same time, Tom became interested in "behind the camera", and wrote and directed a series of short films that garnered over a dozen international awards. One of these shorts was purchased by Universal Studios when Tom was seventeen years old. By the time he received a writer's contract at Universal Studios at nineteen years old, he had already been a Director of Photography on two independent features; a film editor on a series of action-adventure movies; had written original music for stage; and had developed special optical effects for a series of science fiction movies, and safe fire and explosion effects for stage productions and rock concerts.) In the ensuing years, Tom has worked at all the major Hollywood studios, having written over one hundred scripts for feature films, series, movies-of-the-week and pilots. Many of the television series he worked on became the launching pad for some of the top careers in Hollywood, among them: THE LAW (Judd Hirsch's first series), MAN FROM ATLANTIS (Patrick Duffy's first series), and DOG AND CAT (Kim Bassinger's first series). Some of the other shows Tom has written include: THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN, and THE BIONIC BOY (which he created). After making his mark as one of the "hottest" writers in town, Tom has gone on to become one of the top producers in Hollywood, having produced and written such hit series as MAGNUM P.I., TALES OF THE GOLD MONKEY, and KNIGHTRIDER. Tom was the Creator and Executive Producer of the ABC/WALT DISNEY STUDIOS Mini-Series WILDSIDE, (starring Meg Ryan and Howard Rollins), which was the first western series to be on television in over a decade. WILDSIDE was actress Meg Ryan's first prime time television series, and after Tom cast her in the role of Cally Oaks, she went on to tremendous success in motion pictures. After WILDSIDE, Tom went to Paramount Pictures where he wrote the highly innovative screenplay, THE NEWCOMER. He followed that by writing the Orion project REMO WILLIAMS. From there, Tom began a two year term deal with Lorimar Telepictures. While there, he sold and created the pilots to such projects as RUNAMUK, for ABC, an hour long "GOD'S MUST BE CRAZY" adventure; BOOMERANG, for CBS, about an Australian Aborigine Detective who comes to Chicago to solve a murder; HOOFBEAT, for ABC, a slightly-in-the-future "ROBOCOP" adventure series about a city-run high-tech horse patrol; THE DANGER TEAM, for ABC, which was a highly-innovative concept combining live-action with clay animation. He also created a graphic novel for DC Comics, Nth DEGREE, which was designed specifically to be adapted into a television series. Tom was Executive Producer on the MCA Entertainment hit series SWAMP THING and then became Supervising Producer on the BSB Productions/Rysher Entertainment action-adventure series THUNDER IN PARADISE starring Terry "Hulk" Hogan. Besides producing the series, Tom also wrote many of the episodes, including two spin-off motion pictures, and also wrote the first interactive CDI game based on a television series. He also directed several episodes, one of which, DEAD RECKONING garnering two director awards from both the "Art of Television" festival in Seattle, Washington, along with the first ever Mari Award granted to an American TV show, the coveted Jury Prize for Best of Show from the Glasgow, Scotland Television Festival of the Arts. In recent months, Tom has just completed co-writing a half-hour situation comedy SECOND NATURE for John O'Hurley, the extremely popular actor who portrays Mr. Peterman on the smash-hit series Seinfeld. The innovated series has already been featured in People Magazine. He also completed the high-charged action thriller, called NECESSARY EVIL, which is inspired by actual events, about a reluctant hero who discovers the secret behind a recurrent, hellacious Presence, and has only five days to save a shockingly complacent town from being blasted off the face of the Earth. He is also currently on work on LITTLE VICTORIES, an autobiographical feature about his experiences living with twenty-four hour FBI surveillance when he was a child (his father was blacklisted writer), which he will also direct. More recently, Tom has acquired the world-wide rights to the legendary song GHOST RIDERS IN THE SKY (the first producer to successfully negotiated such rights, since the song was published almost fifty years ago), and is actively developing it as a hour-action television series. Tom is also an accomplished film director, and besides his television and film work, he has received numerous directing awards for his international commercials and rock videos. He specializes in complicated action work, and has been hired on many productions to take over the action sequences, especially when fire, explosions, car chases, large scale battle sequences, or horse work is involved. He has also garnered awards for his original musical compositions, including three ballet scores for the Harkness Ballet Company, and for his directing of Opera, most notably of Mozart's "COSI FAN TUTTE" (which he also sang in), and is sought after for his voice-over work, especially his cowboy-twang characters. His voice is familiar to many Texans as the voice of the Don't Mess With Texas campaign, as well as for products in Italy, and for a weekly commentary for Sugie, an extremely popular Japanese magazine. Besides his commentary, Tom writes a column syndicated throughout Japan. Tom is an ardent "outdoorsman", whose interests go far beyond Hollywood. His interest in the West goes back to his father who was a novelist, and recipient of the Western Heritage Hall of Fame Award for Best Novel of the Year. Tom was raised on a tiny ranch in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles, and had his own horse since the age of three. Tom lives in Los Angeles now, but is actively involved in saving horses from illegal slaughter houses, and rescuing wild Mustangs. He has saved, raised, and found homes for literally hundreds of horses in the past several years, and has twelve horses of his own (most saved from the slaughter houses). He boards several in Los Angeles, and keeps the rest on his ranch in Amarillo. He is also a member of the PRCA (Professional Rodeo-Cowboy Association) and competes throughout California and the Southwest in the Rodeo events Bulldogging, Team Penning and Team Roping and is a charter member of the LA Equestrian Center Team Penning Association. For the last five years Tom team-roped in Charity Rodeos with actor-cowboy legend Ben Johnson. He also is an accomplished "Jouster", and rides in Armored Jousting Tournaments at the Renaissance Pleasure Faire and most notably for charity events like the Celebrity Tournament of Horses, working with the Walking Tall Center, the Valley View Vaulters, and Ahead With Horses. He also is accomplished in the ancient equestrian skills of Keyhole, Serpentine and Quintain. Besides his home in Los Angeles, Tom also has a ranch in Amarillo where he raises horses and cattle. Recently he began to write Cowboy Poetry after meeting his idol and inspiration, Buck Ramsey who lives on a nearby ranch. Tom has performed his Cowboy Poetry and Storytelling at many symposium's throughout the country. He is also an honored member of the Texas Cowboy Poet's Association. Just recently Tom had the honor of being invited to perform for the seventh consecutive year at the National Cowboy Symposium and Celebration in Lubbock, Texas. He has also been invited back to perform for the fourth straight year at the New Orleans American Writer's Conference, at among others, the National Day In The Country Celebration in Norco, and at Cowboy Celebrations in Elko, Nevada; Riadosa, New Mexico; and Durango, Colorado. Tom also co-wrote the best selling book, OFF THE BOSS: A SURVIVAL MANUAL, which teaches employees and bosses how to cope with the stress of the modern warfare of office politics. The book has spawn an award-winning website (WWW.OFFTHEBOSS.COM), which has achieve over half a million hits since its inception in late 1998. The book is now being developed as a TV series in which employees with compete for the right to tell off their boss on nation wide television without getting fired! Tom is also one of the charter celebrity participants in the infamous "Missouri Invitational Celebrity Outdoor Celebration" held in Warsaw, Missouri. Because of the work that Tom has done for the town of Warsaw, he was recently made an active deputy sheriff of Benton County (which patrols the towns of Warsaw, Peculiar, Tightwad and Lincoln Missouri) and works with the sheriff's department whenever he's there, and last year was honored with a lifetime achievement award by the people of Missouri. Tom is also a champion trap shooter, and a member of the Amateur Trap Association of America. He is a member of the Celebrity Shooters which demonstrate their skills at many charity events such as the Robert Stack's Paralyzed Veterans Invitational Shoot; The American Outdoorsmen Invitational; Irlene Mandrel Invitational, and the Dub Taylor Memorial Celebrity Sporting Clays Shoot. During his travels, Tom is actively involved in a strong anti-drug crusade, and volunteers his time at local elementary schools, junior highs, and high schools throughout the country (especially in the mid-west), lecturing, and setting up workshops and seminars. Tom has created a highly unorthodox platform for getting his message across, which even the most conservative of school systems have accepted with open arms, because of the results. Having never taken drugs himself, yet having seen the tragic and sometimes fatal results of drugs on many of his friends, Tom is able to reach the kids with a special message from someone who was able to say "no" all his life, yet is intimately involved in the horrors they cause. He keeps a constant correspondences with numerous students with drug and alcohol related problems and is proud of having enjoyed an enormous success rate. He has also developed a pioneering literacy. In the program, students are invited to many schools throughout the country to work with inner-city students, many of whom have never written a story or read a book. He uses his own TV scripts, especially his animation projects as the basis for getting them to write scripts, and then actually directs many of these scripts with professional crews and actors who also volunteer their time, so that these students can actually see their words come to life on the screen. He is in the process of writing a book about his experiences working with these kids, along with a "how to" book, teaching parents how to "watch television" with their children, turning an once inactive medium into an active one.

Bob Lewis

Bob started his career at CBS Studio Center in the Accounting and Finance Departments. He spent 5 years at CBS learning the intricacies of Television and Theatrical Production, Operations, and Finance, eventually becoming a production accountant on various television shows and movies.

Bob transitioned to Stephen J. Cannell Productions in Hollywood. He was responsible for production estimating oversight on THE A-TEAM, HUNTER, and THE LAST PRECINCT. Bob soon relocated to Vancouver, Canada to help jump-start Steven Cannell's vision of a full-fledged production studio in Canada where Cannell Films of Canada became the leading television production company in Canada. Bob was responsible for all Production Operations and Finance, overseeing such shows as 21 Jumpstreet, Wiseguy, Booker, J.J. Starbuck and The Lame Duck.

After spending more than 2 years in Vancouver, Bob returned to Los Angeles as Vice President of Production Operations for MTM Entertainment, leading financial management of all MTM and Family Channel Productions, including Hill Street Blues, ST. Elsewhere, Remington Steele, Roseanne, The White Shadow, Evening Shade, The New WKRP in Cincinnati and The Man From Snowy River (filmed in Australia).

In 1998 Bob joined Studios USA as Vice President, Production and Program Operations, leading financial management of various in-house productions, as well as the Law & Order franchises.

Bob joined Hyde Park Entertainment in 2008, as Chief Financial Officer and Executive in Charge of Production. He oversaw production and finance operations for all Hyde Park produced films, as well as the financial arm of international distribution for all Hyde Park produced and acquired films, including "Street Fighter", 'The Other End of the Line", "Premonition", "Death Sentence", "Asylum", "Bernie", "Blue Valentine", "Careful What You Wish For", "Life of Crime", "Every Secret Thing", "The Double", "Dreamer", "Ghost Rider - Spirit of Vengeance", "Jayne Mansfield's Car", "The Wonder", "Midnight Sun", "99 Homes" and "The Fall Guy".

Wanting to return to his roots, Bob left Hyde Park in 2014 to become a freelance Production Accountant, working both Feature Films and Television. He enjoys mentoring and training up-and- coming Production Accountants.

Vincent Amorosi

Born in Naples of an Italian and half American grandfather and the youngest of three children. He has a Master degree in Psychology and also a Bachelor in Criminal Justice from Hartford.

Originally a martial artist at a young age of 14 studying many different martial arts style. After many years in the field and after graduating, he pursued in drama at the School of arts in Melbourne which was a Joint venture in London.

Most of his life has always been the joker and always in trouble. Lived in London at a young age and then immigrated to Australia.It was a journey of self - discovery that lead him into acting and script written.

Also he played for the local baseball team for Victoria at the age of 18 where he won many games. During the time he was a pitcher. A few years later, he was clocked at 95 miles per hour.( 150km). He was known for he's fast spin ball curve, and for he's unpicking style that make him the best of the best.

During time he played baseball in the late 1990s and until 1995, when he injury accrued. He's coach wanted him to play with the Majors in US, but he was too busy during that time as he started working on films.

He first appeared in TV series in the late 80s and followed by in the late 90s. He also started in many major films such as Ghost rider, The Knowing, TV series The Pacific, underbelly, City Homicide, The red hut, Kung fu Journey, Brothers, and also TV Commercial and Magazine Boss Joy.

In his spare time, he loves writing stories and also teaching and helping others in need and traveling. He has also made a number memorable in Independent production, which earned him awards for best supporting actor.

Jeff Wolverton

Jeff Wolverton grew up in Columbus, Ohio, getting expelled from such prestigious high schools as Upper Arlington. He then obtained various degrees at The Ohio State University where he also created animations for stadium scoreboards across the country during a desperate and vain attempt to stay in college until the end of time. Once the beer ran out Jeff moved to Los Angeles to work at Walt Disney Feature Animation, where he was a digital artist on "Hercules", "Tarzan", and, oddly, a scratch voice actor for Disney's "Dinosaur". After accidentally driving to the wrong studio Jeff started work at Sony Pictures Imageworks, where he served as a lighting artist on "Stuart Little" and an effects animator on "Hollow Man" Jeff then randomly drove to various studios, working on "Fantastic Four", "Daredevil", "X-Men 2", "Ghost Rider", "Spider-Man"'s 1 & 3, "Hancock", "Green Lantern" and apparently any movie based on a superhero. Suddenly and inexplicably deciding he could write movies, Jeff once wrote the screenplay for the animated feature "Sinbad: Beyond the Veil of Mists", an animated film with voices by Brendan Fraser, Leonard Nimoy and Mark Hamill, that is still today widely regarded as the best film ever written starring those three particular actors in an animated movie beginning with the letter 'S'. Now known as a screenwriter with the uncanny talent of knowing not only where, but when, to capitalize words, Jeff quickly sold another as-yet-unproduced-and-probably-never-will-be screenplay. Jeff has also pitched feature ideas to Disney, Sony, Fox, and several smaller studios. Jeff pitched, wrote and rewrote (and BAFTA Nominated) short film "The ChubbChubbs!", where he was also allowed to be the voice of the titular (it's a real word, look it up) characters, a role he later reprised for the sequel "The ChubbChubbs Save Xmas". He then inexplicably decided he could perform stand-up comedy and improv stage comedy and and began performing at comedy clubs around Los Angeles with the improv troupe "Team X". Jeff continues to create visual effects, write screenplays, tell jokes and truly loves referring to himself in the third person. He lives in Los Angeles with his cats Harvey and Ash (platonically.)

Barry B. Sandrew

An internationally recognized entrepreneur, digital imaging expert and visual effects pioneer with over 14 patents and 25 years of feature film and TV accomplishments including productions for all 6 major Hollywood studios and 3 major networks. Dr. Sandrew was founder of 2 production studios that became gold standards for color visual effects. In 2000 he established and continues to remotely manage one of the first, longest operating and largest VFX studios in India.

In 1987 Sandrew invented digital colorization. Between 1987 and 1993, he colorized over 250 films, 180 TV episodes and 70 cartoons. He also produced all color, compositing and special effects for Spielberg's first digital animated feature, We're Back, A Dinosaur Story, Gahan Wilson's animated short, The Diner, the Fox TV series, Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, as well as restoration and color visual effects for the ABC miniseries, War and Remembrance and the John Lennon documentary, Imagine.

In 2000 Sandrew re-invented colorization, producing 100 feature films for Legend Films library as well as films for Fox, Sony, Universal and Paramount, Barry also produced color effects for Scorcese's The Aviator, HBO's Entourage, the CBS Sports Special, Jim Nantz Remembers Augusta: The 1960 Masters, the CBS DVD releases, Lucy Goes To Scotland and The Italian Movie and the ESPN Sports Special, The Greatest Game Ever Played.

In 2006 Sandrew created a process and pipeline for converting 2D feature films to stereographic 3D. The company subsequently changed its name to Legend3D and in 2010 as COO and Sr. Stereographer, Sandrew oversaw a team of 3D artists in the conversion of Alice In Wonderland, Shrek, Shrek 2 and Shrek the 3rd. Since January, 2011 Sandrew has led a team of 850 talented artists, engineers and technicians in the 3D conversion of Priest, Green Hornet, Green Lantern, Pirates of the Caribbean, Conan the Barbarian, Smurfs, Ghost Rider, Transformers, Hugo, Spiderman, Top Gun, The Little Mermaid, etc.

Lars Sylvest

Lars Sylvest was born in Copenhagen, Denmark. At the age of 7 his family relocated to Germany where his father was the MD of a manufacturing conglomerate. Later, Sylvest returned to Denmark to complete his undergraduate education at Copenhagen Business School and his Master's Degree of Law at the University of Copenhagen. He subsequently graduated with an M.A. from the American Film Institute in Los Angeles .

In 2004 he formed Brass Hat Films [with Nick Hamson which invested in motion pictures distributed by Disney, 20th Fox, Sony, MGM, Lionsgate and DreamWorks.

He financed and co-formed Hyde Park International with Ashok Amritraj in 2005. To date, the company has sold and co-financed over 35 motion pictures, incl. Premonition (Sandra Bullock), Ghost Rider 2 (Nicolas Cage), Blue Valentine (Ryan Gosling) and Death Sentence (James Wan).

In 2007, Sylvest was engaged by PWC to invest and manage the remaining funds of Europe's largest private equity film fund to date, the beleaguered German mediafund VIP.

Parallel to his other activities, Sylvest launched Senator Global Productions with Senator/Wild Bunch in 2012. The partnership resulted in projects such as The Danish Girl.

In 2016, Sylvest restructured his entities in four areas of activity: TV, Animation, Motion Pictures and Brands.

Sorin Tofan

Sorin Tofan is a well-known Romanian entertainer with more-than 20-year's experience as an actor and writer. With a degree in acting obtained in Bucharest in 1995, Tofan joined a series of high-profile theatre troupes, beginning with his first role at The State Theatre in Arad, Romania. He has since performed in hundreds of productions. As a film actor, Tofan has appeared in international as well as Romanian productions, including Ghost Rider Spirit of Vengeance, starring Nicolas Cage. He has also worked extensively in television, not only as an actor but as director and screenwriter as well. "The Taming of The Shrew", a prime-time reality-TV show hosted by Tofan, has just started its second season.

Mark Himley

Mark Himley is a producer, composer, and multi-instrumentalist for film and television. Mark first realized the power of music in film as a young child when his mother pushed the mute button while watching a horror movie; he instantly became fascinated with the role music plays. He got his first guitar at age eleven, and it became the instrument where he would first discover his musical voice.

Mark graduated from McNally Smith College of Music, earning his Bachelor of Music in Instrumental Composition. He studied under great educators such as: Sean McMahon (Spider-Man 3, The Exorcism of Emily Rose, Ghost Rider, The Grudge 1-3, Drag Me to Hell, Priest) Adi Yeshaya (Arranger for: Prince, Whitney Houston, NBC's 'The Voice', Aretha Franklin, Burt Bacharach) Ken Chastain (Chief Engineer/Composer- Pixel Farm) and many more.

In May of 2017, Mark's work on the animated short film Earth Angel was nominated for "Best Original Score" at the Los Angeles Film Awards.

Timo Baker

Timo Baker has been working as a musician and composer for over 20 years. His career has seen him playing stadium-size gigs, writing scores for hard-hitting documentaries and short films, as well as composing power-packed trailers for Hollywood blockbusters.

Originally a guitarist, Timo's ability to mould and shape his musical palette for differing purposes is testament to his deft touch and versatility as a musician. He is equally at home composing experimental scores as he is writing gritty rock soundtracks.

While Timo is comfortable writing across a variety of mediums, this Bristol-based musician has a distinctive sonic fingerprint - bringing an energetic, punk aesthetic to his compositions. He's known for carving brooding soundscapes which are undercut with urban beats, and enhanced with emotionally-charged orchestral highs.

Timo was a founding member of metal/funk outfit Crazy Gods - a threesome who, with their hybrid rock sound and quirky live performances, enjoyed support slots with The Prodigy and formed part of the inaugural Kerrang! tour, alongside Feeder and Lodestar. Crazy Gods' debut album, Heavy Planet, was produced by Warne Livesey, the technological wizard behind a host of chart successes including The The, Midnight Oil and Jesus Jones.

The dissolution of Crazy Gods in 1998 served as a starting point for a new direction that saw Timo working as in-house composer at an interactive TV company. It was a pivotal time during which Timo honed his talent for writing to picture by dovetailing his understanding of visuals with his compositional skill.

After relocating to Bristol, Timo's career as a composer really kicked off with commissions for ads, promos and games including a punchy rock score for PlayStation's Ghost Rider. On the TV side of things Timo has since written scores for a host of feature-length documentaries including National Geographic's Secrets of Wild India, narrated by David Attenborough and Stan Lee's Superhumans, as well as A Cosmological Fantasia, a short film based on footage from Brian Cox's Wonders of the Universe. TImo composed the score for programmes River Monsters, Survive The Tribe, and a BBC-Sega collaboration, Orbi, all of which have gone on to be successes around the globe.

Timo expanded his repertoire to write film trailers for LA-based agents, Pusher Music alongside the likes of DJ Shadow and Orbital. Commissions include music for The Adjustment Bureau and Man on a Ledge film trailers amongst others. Similarly, tracks from his commercially-released album Digital Scars were licensed for use in the hugely successful CSI: New York series.

Timo's reputation as a skilled, inventive musician has seen him expand his skills: from producing re-mixes for signed bands Hard-Fi and Sanguine, to writing the score for The Kismet Bureau, a film short which has been shown at international film festivals and just received an RTS award for Best Short Film.

Davis Jones

Stanley Davis Jones was born in the summer of 1982. He was raised by his father, Emmy award-winning sound editor, Stan Jones. His grandfather, Stan Jones, wrote the hit song "Ghost riders in the sky". He is currently living in Tarzana, California, in a nice home, across the street from one of his best friends, Aaron Roseman. He goes back to work on Family Guy soon.

Larry D. Webster

Larry Duane Webster (born July 8, 1968) is an American director, writer, producer, cinematographer, editor and musician. He is perhaps best known for his groundbreaking use of digital filmography, and bucking the Hollywood studio system by exposing and avoiding overinflated studio budgets. He shoots and produces many of his films using not only small crews and cutting out the fat in budgets, but also has been a pioneer in the use of digital acquisition.

Webster was born in Covington, Kentucky, the son of Dorothy, a salesperson, and Larry W. Webster, an electronics engineer. He began his interest in music at age 7 when his father, a musician himself, bought Larry his first guitar. He immediately picked up the guitar, and began playing Ghost Riders in the Sky, note for note with no prior training. Seeing his sons love for music, and budding talent, Larry's father began allowing his son to sit in on jam sessions with his friends and family, which usually lasted for hours on end, allowing Larry to hone his skills with the guitar.

In 1976, his family moved from Kentucky, to Bellflower (CA), in search of a better quality of life, and better income for the family. It was in California, that Webster would have his first exposure to the film business. While attending Bellflower High School, Webster had found himself deeply involved in the California punk scene, playing in a few local Punk rock bands, and opening for such acts as Red Hot Chili Peppers, No Doubt, Black Flag, Circle Jerks, and more. It was during this period that producers for the punk film, Suburbia came to the school recruiting punk kids to be in the film. Webster, having a mohawk and being in a punk band, was selected to play the part of a TR kid. During filming, Webster was more interested in the filmmaking process than his acting, and was constantly seen on set watching the Director of Photography and asking questions. This would be Webster's first foray into filmmaking, and would eventually lead to his career in music and film.

Initially, Webster believed that he could not make a living in music or film, and instead began college courses in Criminal Justice, and in 1987, was hired on as a police officer trainee by the Corona Police Department in Corona, California. Although Webster loved police work, his law enforcement career would be short-lived. In 1989, Webster was seriously injured during a hand to hand combat take-down, and in 1990 left Police work. While contemplating his next career move, tensions broke out in the Middle East, and in late 1990, Webster enlisted in the Air Force and was sent overseas to serve during the Gulf War.

After returning to the states, Webster, with a renewed appreciation for film and music, began working again in film while still juggling his military service, as well as college courses. In 1995, after leaving the military, Webster began filming behind the scenes type footage for several record labels, including Interscope Records, which lead to his meeting and working with Tupac Shakur, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre and other West Coast artists. During this period, Webster began to gain a reputation for his no-nonsense approach to filmmaking, and budget friendly productions, using minimal crews, and saving record labels thousands of dollars by not overusing outside vendors, and not overpaying crews.

In 1996, using funds from his first few music videos, Webster formed his production company, Media Magik Entertainment and began soliciting studios and production companies for work.

Webster's first feature film work was on 1998's Man in the Iron Mask.

In 1999, a chance encounter with MC Hammer, whom Webster had met years earlier while working as a PA on a music video shoot, led to Webster producing several music videos, and behind the scenes segments for Hammer's 2000 release, "Active Duty".

In 2004, Webster's notable film work included, Torque, The Apprenticeship of Tupac Shakur, as well as music videos for Dave Hollister, Thirst, Red Hot Chili Peppers,as well as providing original music for television shows on FOX Network. In 2005, Webster and his Media Magik production team provided post-production services for the film, BloodRayne, starring Ben Kingsley, Michael Madsen and Michelle Rodriguez. During 2006 and 2007, Webster focused mainly on music, again producing several music videos, and promoting several recording artists, while also taking on several HD projects using the latest HD CineCams, in hopes of convincing more studios to make the switch to this format. In 2008, Media Magik's film work included Punisher -Warzone and The Spirit and more.

Rick Hodson

Rick Hodson is a retired Police Officer, married with 4 children and 7 grandchildren. He is a "Ramona Cowboy" and member of the Ghost Riders. He has been involved as a cowboy/actor in the Ramona Play Pageant for 6 years. His horses have appeared in television, movie and theater productions. He is an experienced cowboy and western rider. Rick resides in the northwestern section of Riverside County, California. Rick has worked with actors in equestrian, cowboy training and western firearms.

Hannah Dawson

Hannah was born on 27 October 1994 in New South Wales, Australia. Keenly dramatic from an early age, Hannah finally persuaded her doting parents, Elaine and Peter, to enrol her in acting classes at the age of ten (indeed, so persuasive was Hannah that her parents had, in fact, applied for her to be admitted for early entry to Law School). Despite being the youngest in her acting class, Hannah regarded her tender years as an asset and exploited her mastery of 'pester power' to secure fabulous kiddie roles. Clearly her youth would never interfere with her determination to perform. Hannah has maintained her passion for acting and has built a steady repertoire of performances, with almost eight years' experience treading the boards.

Having lived most of her life in Canberra, Hannah has taken advantage of the broad range of opportunities offered by the national capital - and the fact that Canberra is conveniently located close to Sydney, the true home of performance opportunity. Most of her training has been at that beacon for talent, Canberra's National Acting School, where she has studied under the watchful eye of acting teacher par excellence and now good friend, Bobby Farquhar. Hannah won a scholarship to study full time from 2009 to 2010 and managed to persuade her way into an extension of the scholarship until she left in December 2012 (her parents regarded this as further evidence of a brilliant legal career gone to waste). She also gained a host of frequent travelling points for the road to Sydney, where she attended a broad variety of courses conducted by well-known and highly respected directors and actors prominent in the Australian television and film industry. In December 2009 Hannah joined a class at The Australian Film and Television Academy (TAFTA), one of Australia's most highly regarded acting institutions. Despite the fact that, once again this was an adult class and Hannah was the youngest student, she refused to be daunted and made the most of what was a rare and valuable opportunity. Her 'pester power' clearly remained undiminished.

As Hannah will tell anyone who asks (and lots of people who don't), her most memorable experience as an actor thus far has been studying in Los Angeles, 'where stars are born'. She has been to Los Angeles on three separate occasions, proving that Aussie accents are still the rage in the City of Angels. The first course she attended was a Hollywood Immersive with director Lilly Dawson (sadly, no relation!) and involved full-day classes with prominent acting mentor Margie Haber at the Margie Haber Studios in Los Angeles. The second and third times Hannah travelled to Los Angeles she did so as a member of the Australian Institute for Performing Arts with Marg Haynes. She studied at a number of other renowned academies including the Young Actors' Space, Second City and Improv Olympic. Hannah found all these courses extraordinarily valuable in raising her acting to a new level and pushing her well beyond the limits of what she had achieved in Australia. She loved the thrill of performing in the US (an experience she hopes to repeat again and again if only her parents would selflessly take on those second, third and fourth jobs that would provide her the income to fly there several times a year).

Hannah is currently undertaking tertiary training in the Professional Actors Program at Actors College of Theatre and Television in Sydney (and is finally the same age as the rest of the students). This is a course that she knows will equip her to make her way in her chosen profession anywhere in the world (but preferably Los Angeles).

Acting aside,Hannah also enjoys writing and creating her own scripts and dabbling in monologues which she frequently uses for auditions. She was a member of the writing team for Canberra Dramatics' rewrite of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet in which she later played Rosaline, a part that was brought to life in the writing process. The play was renamed Take their life re-imagined and was nominated for a Canberra Area Theatre award for most creative piece. Hannah's creative monologues clearly proved their worth.

Those creative monologues proven golden again when Hannah won a place as a semi-finalist in the 2010 Vancouver Acting Competition. She was particularly delighted with this as her entry involved a monologue she had written and filmed called Anna T Mitchell.

Despite her tender years, Hannah has already attracted the interest of Australian television. She scored a part in the popular Australian television series Packed to the Rafters, in which she played a schoolgirl, and won a role as Samantha in Tricky Business in 2012. She has won roles in corporate films including The Chaplain, a motivational production for troubled children designed to encourage them to discuss their plight with the school chaplain. The film proved highly successful and was screened in all Canberra schools. Hannah's other corporate roles included the 'difficult employee' in a training film created by Gatecrasher Media for Upton Martin Management Training and designed for a leadership development program for the Defence Science Technology Organisation and the Commonwealth Scientific Industrial Research Organisation. Hannah has also appeared in a television commercial advertising the Canberra Film Festival. This was a new experience for Hannah whose facial features were used to create an animated television commercial called 'The Fifty Foot Woman'. Hannah tried to explain that she isn't fifty foot, but without success.

Hannah continues to develop her film work with some of her footage recently included in a 3D short film called BlackOut3D by Winifred Yang which is currently in the editing room. Some photos from this film are attached and illustrate the extraordinary nature of this production. The striking make-up is the work of SharpFX, which boasts a portfolio that includes The Hobbit, Matrix 2 and 3, Ghost Rider, House of Wax, Anacondas, Troy, Queen of the Damned, Babe 2, Prey and The Dark Lurking.

Throughout her school years, Hannah was involved in a number of live stage productions and performed in a broad variety of roles. Her favourites include Jekyll and Hyde, in which she played both Nellie and a male role, Simon Stride; The Wedding Singer, in which she once again performed in multiple roles including Linda and a number of other characters; and Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest in which she took the lead role of Gwendolen Fairfax.

Hannah has just completed a role in her first professional film, Good Monster, Bad Monster. This film is part of the Anthology Locks of Love by Evan Croker. The film is scheduled to premiere in the near future and promises to be both extraordinary and surprising and, by all accounts, truly ground-breaking. When asked what inspired Hannah to begin acting, she often recounts her memories of watching her first Doctor Who episode on television with her dad in 2005. Ever since, it has been her dream to win a role in a Doctor Who episode. Hannah is keen to play the Doctor's assistant, although she feels she is more likely to be cast as an alien! She adds that this would not faze her and she would be equally glad to apply her considerable talents to portraying an alien of spectacular dimensions.

Rob Gokee

Los Angeles-based composer.Rob was born and raised in Southern California, and developed an affinity for film music at an early age. Although he had no formal training as a child, he spent hours analyzing the scores of John Williams & Christophe Beck and how they worked in collaboration with film. Rob picked up the guitar at age 13, and spent the next five years embracing the instrument and learning how to write. Rob studied Music Theory & Composition at the University of New Mexico, and then spent six months under the tutelage of world renowned composer Christopher Young (Spider-Man 3, The Grudge, Ghost Rider). Rob has scored 8 feature films, dozens of shorts, and three dozen different TV series & pilots, including the National Geographic show Known Universe, SyFy's Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files, PBS' Roadtrip Nation, Speed Channel's Car Science, and TruTV's Police P.O.V..

His 2012 IAWTV Award-Winning score for the series Night of the Zombie King is a wonderful mix of acoustic folk and epic fantasy; "My Bitchy-Witchy Paris Vacation" is a lovely blend of drama and comedy ala "Under the Tuscan Sun"; "End Result" is non-stop "24"-like action; and his Award-Nominated score for the scifi comedy series Solo: The Series is an eclectic grab bag of Asian, Middle Eastern and Jazz styles.

Rob is scoring the horror features "The Rental" & "Love in the Time of Monsters," The Social Nework meets Wall Street show "Cost Of Capital," music for several Discovery & TruTV shows, readying a new CD compilation of television & film scores, and writing his second book, about composing for television & film in the indie world, and how to make a living doing it. He resides in Los Angeles with his fiancé, Producer Allison Vanore.

Will van de Crommert

Will Van De Crommert is a composer for visual media. He is a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, covering all styles from contemporary to classical. He began his film studies with orchestrator and composer Sean McMahon (Spiderman 3, Ghost Rider, The Grudge, Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer). Following a composition degree from St. John's University in Minnesota, Will moved to Los Angeles.

He spent several months working directly under composer Jeff Rona, whose work appears in blockbuster titles such as Gladiator, Black Hawk Down, and Traffic. In his time with Rona, Will wrote regularly for the studio's premier music catalog, Liquid Cinema, and made contributions to Jeff's most recent television project on Syfy, entitled Dominion.

Will has nestled comfortably into a composing schedule writing music for film and advertising. This last year, Will was the youngest panelist at the Minneapolis International Film Festival and recently wrapped work on his third feature. He is based in Minneapolis.

Jeffrey Swingle

Jeff Swingle is an award-winning composer (Best Music: Biola Film Festival, 2006) who has written scores for over 25 independent and student films. His most recent projects include the TV show "The Black Dawn," produced by New Renaissance Pictures as well as the independent film "No Way Out" directed by Michal Shipman. He co-founded the Film Music Guild with president Dave Martina, which held their first conference in 2009 that featured panels hosted by over 10 prominent industry vets. In addition to composing, Jeff is always busy building his resume as a professional arranger, orchestrator, copyist/transcriber, recording technician, and session artist (vocals, violin, piano). Jeff has been involved in the music industry most of his life. Born and raised near Seattle, Washington, he was a member of the prestigious "Northwest Boychoir," a young vocal ensemble that has been featured in numerous soundtracks for both film and videogames, and in high school he was accepted into the "Composer's Workshop" with the Seattle Symphony, a competitive workshop directed by composer-in-residence Samuel Jones. Jeff moved to California to obtain his bachelor's in Music Composition from Biola University where he studied with composer Neil Argo (The New Mission: Impossible / Wild America / Beverly Hills 90210), orchestrator Mike Watts (Iron Man 2 / Evan Almighty / Sin City), and independent of the school studied with composer Christopher Young (Spiderman 3 / The Grudge / Ghost Rider). Jeff is already heavily involved with the independent and student film industry, but he also has credits in writing music for most forms of media, including the commercial, online, and live venues. Jeff is a proud member of ASCAP.

Lloyd Travis Burgos

Lloyd "Ghost Rider" Burgos Born Lloyd Travis Burgos, started his martial arts career in 1987 at the age of 6. He learned Tae Kwon Do Under the instruction of Master Abdul Jabbar,Master Ed T. Winford and Jesus Galvan. His competition skills start to take shape in 1992 Lloyd when he wins his 1st Tournament in Forms, Breaking and Sparring. By 1993 Lloyd was making a name for himself in the Tae Kwon Do circuit. Mr. Burgos started to learn the joint locking techniques of Hap Ki Do in 1994. In 1995 he joins the Degerberg Academy where he starts to train in Kung-Fu, Kick Boxing, Jeet Kune Do,Wing Chun, And Wrestling. In 1997, Lloyd Started To Learn Wrestling For Four Year Were He Was Train Under the tutelage of Coach Shandom At Prosser Career Academy High School. Joining the Dragon Lair in 1999, Lloyd learns the art of Ninjutsu and wins the city Tournament of Champions in the same year In 2004 Lloyd joins Wulin Kung-Fu and becomes a member of F.L.A.M.A. (Federation Latin American Martial Arts). During the same year Lloyd Wins Riis Park Championship and the 23rd Annual Genki Karate Championship. During 2005 Lloyd wins the Superstar Martial Arts Championship Tournament in Indiana, the Team Camacho Championship in San Juan, Puerto Rico, 7th Annual "Rumble On The Lake" Martial Arts Championship In Chicago, Illinois, and participated in the Martial Arts Expo in Clyde Park District of Cicero, Illinois. Lloyd Burgos becomes a member of the Extreme Kung-Fu/Wushu training Center in 2006, where he trains Wushu And Sanshou Sanda under the tutelage of Master Anthony Marquez, Master Xiao-Fei (Dylan) Dong, Master Li Qiang, Master Tim Wright, Master Pek Pongpaet, and Master Rene J. Herrera. During the same year Lloyd Was Train In Boxing, Kick Boxing and Muay Thai under the tutelage of Coach Angelo Rivera. In 2007 he becomes a member of JAEMIR Martial Arts Academy where he trains Tae Kwon Do and Hap Ki Do under the tutelage of Master Luis Cotto and Master Ray Bosques; He also trains on his spare time Shorei Goju Kempo Karate under the tutelage of Master Javier Massallo. Mr. Burgos participated in the cook county commissioner Roberto Maldonado Martial Art Expos 2007, he also participated in the 15th USNTF (United State National Tae Kwon Do Federation) International Championships held in River Grover, Illinois on July 29th; where he earned a gold medal and qualified for the Grand Championship. In November 17th, 2007 he won The US Open 2007 International Wushu/Kung-Fu Championship in St. Charles, Illinois. where he earned two gold medal and three silver medal. Lloyd Burgos Becomes A Member Of The Bei dou ( All Star )Kung-Fu In 2008, where he trains in Traditional Kung-Fu, Wushu, Wing Chun And Taijiquan under the tutelage of Master Xiao-Fei Dong, Master Li Qiang, Kevin Song, Yang Chen and Jingchao Wu. In January 16th,2008. He becomes a member Of A.K.A. (American Karate Association.) In March 16th, 2008. He Won The 1st Annual Naperville Open Martial Arts Challange and qualified for the Grand Championship In Naperville, Illinois. In March 30th,2008. He won the Midwest Regional Day Of Champions in Bridge View, Illinois . In April 6th, 2008. He Won The All Chicago Open Ken Knudson Memorial Karate Championship in Chicago, Illinois. In April 20th, 2008. He Won The Capital City Championship and qualified for the Grand Championship in Madison, Wisconsin. In June 21th, He Become a Memeber Of N.A.S.K.A ( North American Sport Karate Association )In the Same Year He Won The AKA Grand Nationals Championship In Louisville, Kentucky. In June 29th, 2008. He become a member of N.B.L. (National Blackbelt League)and won The battle of Chicagoland national In Hammond, Indiana. In August 2nd, 2008. He Won and Capture The World Association Kickboxing Organizations United State National Kickboxing Championship Title Belt In Rosemont, Illinois. He Also Becomes A Member of W.A.K.O. (World Association of Kickboxing Organizations) In August 31th, 2008. He Won The 26th Northwest Indiana Karate, Kung-Fu, Tae kwon Do Championship In Indianapolis, Indiana. In October 17th, 2008 He becomes A Member of USAWKF (United States of America Wushu Kung-fu Federation) In October 19th, 2008 He Won The 1st Annual Fall Classic Karate Championship In Chicago, Illinois. In November 2nd, 2008. He won the Powerkick Championship in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In January 24,2009. He Became American Karate Association National Champion, For Superior Technigue Through Personal Sacrifice and Strenuous Practice. During The Same Year he receives the Chinese Martial Artist of the Year award from the American Karate Association, and Sifu Lloyd T. Burgos is inducted to the American Karate Association Hall of Fame for his exceptional character, outstanding contributions, and service to the Martial Arts. In February 22,2009 He Become a Member Of U.K.A.(United Karate Alliance) In March 7th, 2009 He become a Member of U.S.A.W.K.F. ( United State Of America Wushu Kung-Fu Federation ) In June 8th, 2009 He become a Member Of P.R.M.A.F. ( Puerto Rico Martial Arts federation ) During the Same Year He Become a Member and a Team Captain Of Puerto Rico Martial Art League. In June 10th, 2009 He Become a Member Of O.S.K.F. ( Okinawa Shorin Ryu Kokusai Kempo-Karate-Do & Kobudo Federation, Inc.) During The Same year he Become a Member of Universal Black Belt Society. In June 12th, 2009 He receives The Outstanding Martial Arts International Competitor Of The Year Award By The Puerto Rico Martial Arts Federation, Puerto Rico Martial Art League, Okinawa Shorin Ryu Kokusai Kempo-Karate-Do & Kobudo Federation, and Universal Black Belt Society During The Same Year, Sifu Lloyd T. Burgos is inducted to the Latin-American Martial Arts Society & World-Wide Hall of Fame in Recognition For His Dedication, Achievements and Everlasting Spirit in the brotherhood of the martial Arts, and Dedicated to the Recognition of the True Martial Artist world-wide in Guayama, Puerto Rico. During the same year He was Ranks National Top Ten in North America Sport Karate Association (NASKA) For Superior Technigue Through Personal Sacrifice and Strenuous Practice. In July 25th, 2009. He participated in Chinatown Chinese Kung-Fu Expos in Chicago, Illinois. In December 15, 2009 he Stayed Two Week in Texas to Performs a Martial Art Expos in the Following Cities, Austin, San Antonio, Dallas, Fort Worth and Houston, Texas. In May 15th 2010 He Won The Silver Sun Showdown Championship in St. Louis. Missouri.In October 10th, 2010 He Won The Land Of Lincoln Classic Martial Art Championship in Kanakee, Illinois. During The same day, He become a Member of SKIL ( Sport Karate International ) In November 20, 2010 he won the 28th Annual Tae Ryu Do International Championship in Cincinnati, Ohio. In March 11,2011 He become a member of PKC ( Professional Karate Commission ) He is Certify as a Member in good standing and entitled to all privileges afforded by the Professional Karate Commission. In September 2, 2011 He Won a Silver Medal at "Windy City" Chinese Martial Arts Championship at Wheeling, IL. In January 14, 2012 He Won the 47th Annual AKA Grand Nationals at Chicago, IL. In February 25th 2012 he won the Compete National World Class Martial Art Championship at Los Angeles, California. In June 25th 2012 he Won The battle of Atlanta World Karate Championship at Atlanta Georgia. In June 30th 2012 he won the music city open martial arts championship at Nashville, Tennessee. In July 14th 2012 he won the U.S. Open ISKA World Martial Arts championship at Orlando, Florida. In August 18th 2012 He Won The U.S. Capitol Classics at National Harbor, Maryland. In September 8th 2012 He won the Twin Towers Classic International Karate Championship at New York, New York. In October 13th, 2012. He Won the Diamond Nationals World Karate Championship in Bloomington, Minnesota. In November 10, 2012 He Won the Pan American Internationals championship in Miami Florida. In December 16th, 2012 He became International Competitor of the year, he also became Martial Arts Ambassador, He also Inducted in Latin-American Martial Arts Society & World-Wide Hall of Fame in Recognition For His Dedication, Achievements and Everlasting Spirit in the brotherhood of the martial Arts, and Dedicated to the Recognition of the True Martial Artist world-wide in San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico.

Lloyd Has Earn The Name "Ghost Rider" for his competition skills.

Tarrell Christie

Tarrell Christie is a writer, director, cinematographer, and editor based out of Cedar Falls, Iowa. He was born on February 8th, 1996 and began filmmaking in 2007 with his first home movie "Ghost Rider vs Catwoman". From that point on Tarrell began rapidly shooting short films and videos with his family and neighborhood friends during the summer, usually revolving around subjects he enjoyed like giant monsters, superheroes, horror, and ninjas.

In 9th grade he began creating films with another classmate named Luke Kreger, who also shared interest in movies. They began creating mainly horror movies under the names "Fear Filmz" and "Cannibal Crow Filmz". Once they reached high school a year later, they began a 3 year series of parodies and short films under the name LT Shorts. These short videos allowed them to touch on different genres, and helped further polish their skills as storytellers. During this time they competed and won awards in their school film festival, and had their films played on the public access channel. In their senior year they also edited and hosted the schools online news channel, Tiger Hi-Line.

Once high school ended Tarrell and Luke started their freelance video production company Lost Utopia Films, which produces short films as well as music videos and commercials. They also simultaneously created a Youtube channel under the same name to show their short films, as well as produce filmmaking tip videos, movie reviews, and more. Among these videos is the series "5 Things I Learned", which has them going in depth on what they learned with each film production. Further expanding and distributing their work and connections while working towards feature length films is one of their highest goals together.

Rosemary Mazza

Rosemary was born in Acquaro Calabria Italy in 1961 and migrated to Australia with her family in 1977. She has experience in running a successful family business and has always demonstrated a passion for the entertainment industry by been part of many TV series and movies. In 1997 studied and became a community radio presenter for the Geelong Region. Directed and hosted Italian news, music, and advertisement for the Geelong Italian Social Club. Throughout her lifetime she has always been passionate about music, and has developed an ear for new talents.

Rosemary has work in many TVC, series, movies and films, documentaries, commercial spot, etc...

TVC :Telstra - Diners Club - Holeproof and much more.

SERIES: Neighbours - Stingers and more.

MOVIES: The Wog Boy - The Bank - Ghost Rider and Knowing with Nicholas Cage and more.

Elle Bates

Born: Eloise Bates Brennan, on November 16. 1989. in Melbourne. Victoria. Australia. Growing up she wanted to be an actress, attending both theater courses and on-screen courses at The National Theater in Melbourne. She attended Melbourne Girls' College where she wrote and directed the year 8 Medieval drama production. As an artist, her interest in surrealism was born early. In her paintings and sketches, a Dali and Munch influence was easily picked, this later on would translate in her films.

From the age of 8 years old, she'd gotten into writing and performing music. Dark and emotional grunge rock music was produced and scored her a place in the finals of local music competitions. Performing around Melbourne and busking in her down time in the city, she found people started giving her $20-$50 tips and began using it as a source of income. In between office jobs and security work Bates didn't have it in her plans to go to Uni or Tafe, but the time came when she wanted to move onto something else. Both her parents (Julie Bates & Daniel Brennan) have and still work in the film industry. Her father had worked for channel 7, and her mother predominately on Channel 10 "Neighbours" between films as "Ghost Rider" and "Where The Wild Things Are" Having always been around and involved in film, her attention moved from in front of the camera to behind.

Enrolling at SAE Institute, Melbourne in 2010 she released her first short feature "Tallen" a film about an emotionally closed off girl (Evan) who in running from her past meets Tallen, and optimistic and naive girl who gets Evan to confront her past which involved death, violence, and a present sexual abuser, whilst reminding her what it's like to feel love again. A dark and raw low budget film. The 40 minute film was shot over 3 hard worked days. During this Bates realized her love for Directing. Before the film had premiered, she was already onto the next project "C.E.S" which was to be the next best thing. Doing well creatively at SAE Institute, Bates was recommended to 16th Street Actors Studio for an internship with Director Kim Farrant. Upon getting the internship Bates worked with Kim Farrant in per-production and production of the actors graduation shoot, a compilation of scenes for their show-reels. Working as a D.O.P, Camera operator, Scheduling Cast/Crew Call Sheets, and a Director Assistant to Farrant, Bates also worked along side Kerry Armstong filming her rehearsal classes. From this Bates was invited to watch Larry Moss (Acting Coach for stars such as Leonardo DiCaprio) as he taught and lectured his techniques and theories on both Acting and Directing. From there she started up her own company Elle Bates Films.

During the two years spent at SAE, Bates was directed and worked on over 45 different projects ranging from films, music videos, and promotional videos for company and events. As time progressed Elle Bates moved closer towards producing, directing and editing for music video's and found alternative and darker bands would seek her out for their next best clip. In 2013 her music video "Riversnake" for band Hatchet Dawn was aired on MTV. Influenced by surrealism art and directors such as Tim Burton, Elle Bates seeks to direct films that indulge in the off-beat mannerisms of the mind and imagination. She looks for the truth in a character, the cracks that aren't in the script, and digs to find new angles, shadows and lights to a character, whilst trying to create visually artistic worlds. Aside from films, Bates also directs Music Videos, and makes promotional video's for events, venues, and companies. In 2016 she released her new album "Hedonism" and began writing and filming for the T.V Series "Altered"

Carl Palmer

Carl Palmer, a Kingston, Jamaica native has had a long and successful career in the music business both as a keyboardist/singer and as a composer/producer.

Mr. Palmer began his performance career as a keyboardist for the hugely popular live act Baby Huey & The Babysitters, a band who in later years became a major influence on hip hop, at the famed New York night club Cheetah. On a number of occasions he was the backup keyboardist for the First Family of Soul (a moniker later passed on to the Jackson 5), The Five Stairsteps. Joining forces with Johnny Maestro, Mr. Palmer toured as Mr. Maestro's keyboardist and backing vocalist during his metropolitan New York engagements.

Mr. Palmer then joined the A&M Records Sly Stone produced group Abaco Dream as keyboardist and vocalist. The band toured with the Meters, the Magnificent Men and opened for Stevie Wonder's My Cherie Amour Tour. Following the breakup of the group, Mr. Palmer worked with Parliament Funkadelic on their Cosmic Slop Tour as singer/keyboardist.

Palmer then founded his own group in 1975, Klive, which was signed to Mercury Records. They released one album, 'Without The Drummer', with the singles I Wanna Sing/Peace Of Mind [73696] and Something Sweet/Without The Drummer [73781]. The band was managed by Rollins-Joffe, best known today for their long term relationship with Woody Allen.

After the dissolution of Klive, Mr. Palmer played with Mandrill on supporting tours for Dr. John and War. In addition, he played on a number of R&B legend Hank Ballard's late '70s singles. Mr. Palmer then toured for many years with The O'Jays as their keyboardist and backing vocalist.

Mr. Palmer's career took on a new direction when he began co-producing and co-arranging a number of major hit records during the Disco Era. He started his career shift by co-producing with Patrick Adams the Grammy nominated group Musique's single '(Push Push) In The Bush' which received Gold Record certification from RIAA in 1979 followed by Fonda Rae's 'Over Like A Fat Rat' . Mr. Palmer co-produced the albums 'Super Mann' (1978) by Herbie Mann, the Salsoul Orchestra's 'Christmas Jollies II' (1981), and reggae artist Denroy Morgan's 'I'll Do Anything For You' (1981) which peaked at Number 9 on the soul charts and Number 7 on the dance charts. He also produced the single 'Ghost Riders In The Sky' for the ill-fated Saturday Night Live star Garrett Morris' debut album 'Saturday Night Sweet' (1980) and Skyy's album 'Start Of A Romance' (1989).

Mr. Palmer's producing and arranging skills brought him to the attention of Hollywood where he became co-arranger for the David Picker/Harry Belafonte feature BEAT STREET and Motown's production THE LAST DRAGON.

It was during this time that Mr. Palmer became involved in the very lucrative world of advertising. Among his most renown commercial work as writer/co-writer include the CLIO and Andy award winning Dean Witter Reynolds spot 'You Look Like You Heard From Dean Witter', Red Lobster 'Seafood Lover In You', Continental Airlines 'Better Way To Fly', Paul Masson Wines 'We'll Sell No Wine Before Its Time' (the Orson Welles ads) and the Black & Decker Work Mate campaign.

Currently Mr. Palmer has been mentoring the next generation of jazz artists, curating shows for Jazz At Lincoln Center's Dizzy's Club Coca Cola working with such performers as Tom McAvoy, Jewlz, John DiMartino and Teneille who had the YouTube smash 'No One Else'.

In recent years, Mr. Palmer has been giving back to the community by becoming a State Certified Substance Abuse Counselor and has worked with St. John's Bread & Life, GMHC and the Cypress Hills Senior Center.

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