13 names.

Bruce Campbell

In 1979 with his Detroit friends, Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert, Bruce Campbell raised $350,000 for a low-budget film, The Evil Dead, in which he starred and co-executive produced. Completed piecemeal over four years, the film first gained notoriety in England where it became the best-selling video of 1983, beating out The Shining. After its appearance at Cannes, where Stephen King dubbed it "the most ferociously original horror film of the year", New Line Cinema stepped forward to release "Evil Dead" in the U.S.

After co-producing Crimewave, a cross-genre comedy written by Sam Raimi, Ethan and Joel Coen, Campbell moved to Los Angeles and quickly gained a foothold producing or starring in genre films such as the Maniac Cop series, Lunatics: A Love Story, Moontrap, and Mindwarp, a post-apocalyptic "Jeremiah Johnson", during which he met his wife-to-be, filmmaker, Ida Gearon.

Campbell then rejoined his Detroit colleagues to star and co-produce the second and third films in the Evil Dead trilogy (Evil Dead II & Army of Darkness), completing 12 years of work on the cult favorite.

This rough-and-tumble background was a plus as Campbell made his foray into television, first starring in the highly touted Fox series The Adventures of Brisco County Jr., then as a recurring guest-star on the hit show Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman.

With these under his belt, Campbell easily made the transition to director, helming numerous episodes and recurring as the King of Thieves in the #1 syndicated Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, and its follow-up phenomenon, Xena: Warrior Princess.

Bruce has since expanded his range on television, appearing in anything from Disney's update of The Love Bug, to decidedly dramatic turns on the acclaimed series Homicide: Life on the Street and The X-Files. At the invitation of ABC, Campbell ventured into the world of sitcoms with a recurring role on ABC's Emmy-nominated Ellen, participating in one of the three touted "out" episodes.

But Campbell didn't abandon his film roots. During that time, he had featured roles in the blockbuster Congo, John Carpenter's Escape from L.A., and the award-winning independent crime drama, Running Time. He followed these up with roles in Paramount's romantic comedy, Serving Sara, Jim Carrey's The Majestic, and all three of Sam Raimi's blockbuster Spider-Man movies.

After a return to episodic television in the swashbuckling series, Jack of All Trades, Campbell took the title role in MGM's cult sleeper Bubba Ho-Tep. His directorial debut, Man with the Screaming Brain premiered on the Sci Fi Channel, and Dark Horse Comics published the comic adaptation.

Campbell then directed and starred as himself in My Name Is Bruce, a spoof of his B-movie career, then re-teamed with Disney for their fun-filled hit, Sky High.

Campbell has since made the leap into other forms of entertainment, and is enjoying his role as an author with back-to-back New York Times bestsellers: a memoir entitled "If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a B Movie Actor", and his first novel, "Make Love the Bruce Campbell Way".

In the multi-media industry, Bruce has enjoyed voicing characters for Disney's animated TV series The Legend of Tarzan and the Warner Brothers feature The Ant Bully. He also portrayed the character of "Mayor Shelbourne" in the animated hit film, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs. Recently, Campbell voiced the role of "Rod Torque Redline" in Cars 2, the sequel to the smash Disney animated feature and for the immensely popular game, "Call of Duty".

In 2013, Bruce co-produced the hit remake of Evil Dead, joined his filmmaking pal Sam Raimi on Oz the Great and Powerful, and completed an impressive seven-year run on the spy show, Burn Notice (2007-2013), USA's #1 show on cable.

More than two decades after the release of Army of Darkness, Bruce returned to his most iconic role for Ash vs Evil Dead, a highly-anticipated series premiering on the Starz network on Halloween 2015.

Shane Abbess

Shane Abbess made his first film at the age of 14 on his parents Betamax camera and after completing High School, was immediately accepted as one of the youngest students ever at the North Sydney TAFE film course.

After a brief stint in Television, he returned to filmmaking where he would spend close to a decade working odd jobs and selling personal belongings to fund his short film projects.

During this time that Shane formed Redline Films with several of his peers and would go on to win many film festivals both home and abroad whilst gathering an extensive support network and fan base via the emerging internet and media outlets of the time.

Shane pushed hard and fast to evolve his skills and earned a reputation for his stylish visuals that complimented stories with heart and in early 2005, gathered his forces and put it all on the line to make the feature film 'Gabriel'. Release in cinemas in 2007 Gabriel has recently been purchased for international distribution by Screen Gems .

Shane is currently working as director on the new Universal Pictures sci-fi feature Source Code, which is due to be released late in 2009.

Kevin Levrone

Kevin Mark Levrone (born July 16, 1964) is an American IFBB professional bodybuilder, IFBB Hall of Famer, blogger, musician and actor. Despite injuries and a long absence from the professional bodybuilding stage, Kevin has announced his return to Mr. Olympia in 2016. Born to an Italian American father and an African American mother, he lost both parents to cancer at a young age. Kevin began his professional IFBB career in 1991 after finishing first in the NPC Finals. After the 1992 Olympia in February 1993, Kevin completely tore his major and minor pectorals while bench pressing 600 pounds, and he needed surgery to reattach them. At that time everyone thought that Kevin's career was over. He had two surgeries, the first one lasted 8 hours. While he was healing from his first surgery he got an infection and he needed a second surgery.

Kevin has been in more than 12 Mr. Olympia competitions. Despite placing a number of times, Kevin never took first place in a Mr. Olympia competition earning him the nickname, "The Uncrowned King of Mr. Olympia".

Kevin was initially inspired to become a bodybuilder from seeing his cousin, after he came home from serving in the military. After seeing the size and condition of his cousin, Kevin says that is what made him more serious about working out and bodybuilding in general Kevin did not officially announce his retirement, he explained this as he never thought about retirement, he decided to do something different, find other challenges.Since ending his competition career, Levrone enjoys playing other sports like tennis and golf. Levrone's first film as an actor was Backlash. His later films were Redline and Burning Hollywood(TV Series).

Kevin frequently blogs and interacts with his social media following, streaming live Q and A sessions on Facebook with his followers.

Additionally, Kevin released an online training platform in early 2016 naming it TeamLevrone.com and in 2015 released a supplement line called, "Kevin Levrone Signature Series". Kevin's supplement line is available in a number of European countries, but has not yet been released in the United States.

In May 2016 after 13 years of not competing Kevin officially announced he will be coming out of retirement to compete in Mr. Olympia 2016 by special invite. Kevin made it official by signing the Mr. Olympia 2016 invite on a video on his website, the LevroneReport.com

Cindy Rodeo Steedle

Cindy "Rodeo" Steedle rose to fame in 2007 as a contestant on VH1's "Rock of Love" captivating viewers with her steadfast attitude and her charming affection, and of course her laugh. Her appealing charisma landed further appearances on "Rock of Love" seasons 2 and 3, the number one hit VH1 series "I Love Money," and "Charm School" with Sharon Osborne.

Off camera, Rodeo is a fierce survivor-beating cancer, recovering from paralysis, and coping with the loss of her first child. She's a devoted mother who has risen from reality television and used her notability to bring awareness to a cause close to her heart, Save the Horses. She continues to work as a personal trainer, fitness model, and spokeswomen for the fitness supplement Redline. She is also embarking on a new adventure as a television host of "Sick Speed TV," a lifestyle entertainment show based on motor sports and luxury automobiles.

Randall William Cook

At the suggestion of animation director Bob Clampett, in 1975 Cook applied for and was admitted to the Animation Training Program at Walt Disney Studios, where he studied under Eric Larson. His interest in live action production led to an assignment as a gag man/storyboard artist on his first film, "Herbie Goes To Monte Carlo".

Cook's abilities as animator and sculptor led to work with David Allen and Jim Danforth, on such films as "Caveman" and "Q", as well as solo stints as Visual Effects Supervisor on such films as "The Gate" and "I, Madman".

Realizing the advantages of computer animation in the early 90's, he supervised the animation on several low-budget features (such as "Demon In The Bottle" and "Redline"), before being asked by Peter Jackson to serve as Animation Director on "The Lord Of The Rings" series.

Sharon Houston

Sharon Houston is a stand up comic, actress, producer, and writer. She is the go-to girl for hidden camera shows and was featured on Comedy Central's "Con", starred on season eight of MTV's "Punk'd", pulled the wool over Kim Kardashian's fans on the hidden camera show "Celebrities Undercover" for Oxygen, with Wendy Williams as Executive Producer. Sharon has shot hidden camera pilots for VH1, E!, Disney Channel, Style Network, and Dick Clark Productions. Behind the scenes, she's produced TV for VH1, MTVTres, MUN2, FOX, Monet Lane Productions, Universal Music Group, OWN, Oxygen, NBC, and CBS Television Distribution. Sharon has offered funny commentary on the round table on "Chelsea Lately", "E!'s Wildest Cop Show Moments", SoapNET's "Relative Madness", Oxygen's "25iest Christmas Special", and GSN's "Greatest Game Show Moments." Sharon's stand up TV credits include MTV, Comedy Central, VH1, and TVG. In 2011, she was chosen to showcase at the Women In Comedy Festival in Boston, MA, the Ladies Are Funny Fest in Austin, TX, the Bridgetown Comedy Festival in Portland, OR, and the Laughing Skull Festival in Atlanta, GA. This year, she'll be in Portland for the 2015 All Jane No Dick Comedy Festival. She's appeared as an actress on "Nick Swardson's Pretend Time", several pilot presentations, and stars in the new web series, "Club 5150", which launches this year. You can see Sharon at various venues in Los Angeles like The Improv, RBar, Revolver, and at her show at Redline in DTLA. Once in a while she's even at the UCB theater. You can listen to her hit podcast, "Daytime Justice" on iTunes or Stitcher. She raises the robe on daytime court TV shows and gives the audience an inside peek into working behind the scenes in the craziest genre of television.

Micah Lynn Hanson

Micah Lynn Hanson, was born in Costa Mesa, California, raised in Coeur d' Alene, Idaho and is now a theatre and on camera actor/singer based out of Nashville, TN.

Her most recent credits include CMT's "NASHVILLE" and playing the lead role, Alice, opposite Alan Powell (Redliners, The Song), in the Kendrick Brother"s film/miniseries "Like Arrows: The Art Of Parenting".

Growing up one of 6 children it wasn't until her late teens that Micah found her passion for the arts. Beginning in a small children's theatre musical production in her home town, she immediately fell in love with performing and her career took off as she quickly began booking professional jobs on stage, film, and television.

Robert Rothbard

Robert Rothbard graduated from Temple University's School of Radio, TV, Film and Theater. Between writing screenplays and shooting personal films, he worked as a Location Manager, Assistant Director and Production Manager on major motion pictures, with the likes of acclaimed Director's Sergio Leone, Brian De Palma, Dennis Hopper and George Stevens, Jr.

His directorial debut, "The Life and Times of Charlie Putz" was touted by film critic John Anderson of New York Newsday as"Wildly Ambitious, Hilariously Unhinged and Winner of the Audacity Achievement Award!" Video Business called the movie "A Capra-esque Sleeper Hit!"

His second feature film as co-writer/director was the Award-Winning romantic-mob comedy, "Pizza with Bullets". It stars two-time Academy Award®-nominated actress Talia Shire and SAG Award Winner Vincent Pastore ("The Sopranos"). The film garnered over twenty laurels including: Best Screenplay and Director's Citation for Best Picture from the Syracuse International Film Festival.

His latest production, "The Painting - the art of slaying" is a horror-comedy that celebrates the Grand Guignol style of filmmaking, and made its World Premiere at the 13th Annual Garden State Film Festival and won Best Horror Film Award, at Independent Filmmakers Showcase Film Festival 2016, in Los Angeles.

Films Rothbard has Production Managed include Redline, The Skulls, Point Of Origin, Deuces Wild, The Rat Pack, Lansky, Introducing Dorothy Dandridge; and television shows "The Office," "CSI: Miami," "Californication," "Barbershop," "Suburgatory," and "Sleeper Cell." He has been associated with classic films such as Glory, Once Upon A Time In America, Blow Out, and Dressed To Kill.

Rothbard lives with his family Los Angeles, California.

Luci Victoria

Tall (5' 10"), buxom, and shapely blonde bombshell Luci Victoria was born on February 2, 1982 in Sheffield, England. Although born in Britain, her mother's side of the family are all located in and around Cleveland, Ohio. Luci ran 100 meters in track and participated in swimming and gymnastics in high school. Victoria started modeling at age fifteen; she did a TV commercial for Barbie at age sixteen and was the face for the wedding house Forever Yours Bridals at age nineteen. Moreover, at age twenty-one Luci was chosen to be the Playmate of the Month in the September, 2003 issue of "Playboy." She went on to appear in a couple of "Playboy" videos. In the wake of her Playmate stint Victoria returned to England and was the face of Ann Summers for two years. Her other modeling gigs include a Doc Martin ad campaign and being the face of Wella hair products. On February 14, 2004 she appeared at the half time during the Kilmarnock versus Patrick Thistle Scottish Premiere League soccer match to carry out the home club's "Half Time Prize Draw." This event was ill received by the public who thought using a former Playmate for the show tarnished Kilmarnock's wholesome family image. Plans to use Luci to launch the club's new stages for the next season were all subsequently canceled as a result of the controversy. Among the British men's publications Victoria has been featured in are "Nuts" (who named Luci Miss Wet T-Shirt Winner UK in 2006), "Zoo," "Redline," "FHM," "The Spot," "News of the World," and "The Sun." In addition, Luci was regularly featured in the UK Hottest Babes calendar from 2003 to 2008.

James Fonnyadt

James graduated with honors from Columbia Academy in 1993 with a degree in Recording and Music Production as well as a degree in Digital Recording Arts. He then began editing and sound designing full time in 1994 and has maintained a steady number of projects over the years which have gained him recognition countless times for his work.

James is also the former keyboardist for A & M Records and Redline Entertainment Recording artist Noise Therapy. He was a member from 1998-2005 and released albums "Tokyo 5.0" and "Tension", both credited as James F*

Iabou Windimere

Iabou was born in Oakland California. Her father, John trained Navy Pilots, and her mother, Brenda has a degree in Quality Control.

Iabou's brother, Chris is 11 years older than her.

Iabou can play and owns the flute, piccolo, and Electric guitar. Iabou can also play the Clarinet, harmonica, and Saxophone. In High School, Iabou received more than 50 awards, most being Superiors, for her flute and Piccolo. She was a Flute Section Leader in HS band for all 4 years. She was a Drill Seargent in Marching band for 2 years.

Iabou was raised in Central Florida and worked as a cast member in both the Walt Disney World Costuming department, and as a mysterious Bellhop on the Hollywood Tower Hotel, Tower of Terror.

She studied Acting at The Maile School in Florida. She received a degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Central Florida where she was also a member of the University Crew team, rowing Starboard. Iabou worked with Astronaut Samuel Durrance at the Florida Space Research Institute.

Iabou's favorite Football team is the Oakland Raiders as they won the Superbowl the day she was born in Oakland California.

Iabou drives a Yellow Saturn Sky Redline, which is Turbo charged. Iabou's car has been in multiple movies and has scars from each filming event included dents in the hood which she vows never to fix because putting them there was a memorable event while filming the lookout scene for The Villainy Legacy Film Series. The car then became nicknamed "The Pegasus" because of the huge hood ornament, A flying Pegasus, that was placed on the car for filming.

Iabou is a huge Star Wars Fan and a friend of the previous star wars Fan Club President, Dustin Roberts. This friendship is what led to her being in the Star Wars Documentary "The Force Among Us". She is also a member of the Rebel Legion and 501st Star Wars costuming groups, and enjoys doing charity events. She has attended multiple Star Wars Celebrations, and been in many star wars shows and commercials due to attending these events.

Iabou loves going to conventions, although has not attended many recently due to the success of her film career. She has attended multiple Dragon Con's, and Mega Con's. She also has attended the Superman Festival in Metropolis Illinois where she received a small fan following after an amazing performance as Supergirl in their yearly Costume Contest.

Iabou collects fortune cookies, odd shoes, and star wars figures. She has admitted to keeping a diary of her fortune cookies to which she tapes the fortune in and comments on how it came true or affected her life. She claims there is an uncanny relation to her life and these little messages which she says were written to her by God in his hilarious sense of humor.

Iabou's favorite collection is that of her movie props. She likes to save an item from every movie. A few of her favorites are her head clamp from the torture scene in "Psycho Killer", the handkerchiefs from "That's What She Said", and the squirrel from "This is not Funny"

Iabou's Grandfather was a Navy Test Pilot.

Jason McGinnis

Beginning his affair with music at 6 years old, Jason McGinnis has been through an amazingly wide range of musical experiences spanning from choirs as a young boy to drumming for the United States Army on a four year tour which included playing Top 40, Rock, Pop, Jazz (Big Band and Combo), Orchestral Percussion (including mallet work), Marching Band and Show Drumming. Jason's original projects include: Swerve, Rome To Paris, EchoLush, some solo acoustic work as well as several independent gigs for various cover bands. Current projects include: Redline Radio - Drummer/Vocalist and Life In Electric - Vocalist. Over the course of his twenty-three year career Jason has continued to revel in his passion for music by refining and mastering his skills as a drummer, vocalist, pianist, guitarist and producer.

Anders På Kanten

Anders Kanten grew up in a small island called Tjøme in Norway.

With family in the movie industry, the business was appealing to him from a young age. He has worked behind the camera as an assistant for Norway's largest SFX Company Fiksern AS in the Norwegian film park, doing everything from sweeping the hallways at the studios to pyrotechnics. This was his first real meeting with the industry, and the professionalism and magic of the Norwegian film industry inspired him to keep working in entertainment.

Due to his love of travel and exploration, Anders chose not to focus on a career in entertainment, but he has taken on different projects through the years. At one point he ran two entertainment companies, where Redline entertainment with office in Tønsberg was the biggest and most noteworthy. While he ran the company as CEO, he did pyrotechnics and entertainment jobs on several festivals, including the former Quart festival in Kristiandsand.

During one of his adventures in south America he made pen pals with Norwegian author Mads Larsen and they became great friends. Mr. Kanten was later on asked to audition for the filmatization of Norway's best selling debut novel, "Pornopung" in 2003. He got the part of "Straffern", which translates to "the punisher" in English. After the audition, Straffern's role changed from being a relatively worry free comic relief in the book, to become a darker and more important character for the story in the filmatization of Pornopung.

Anders is also known as a journalist for the Norwegian men's magazine ALFA, but he has also contributed to other Norwegian magazines. In the early years he has also worked as a child model. Of other enterprises, it is noteworthy to mention that he served a combat engineer / mine clearer for the ISAF Quick Reaction Force in Afghanistan. He was later recruited to the "130 luftving" as a Sargent in the Royal Norwegian air-force, where he finished his service in 2006.

13 names.