34 names.

Roger Deakins

Roger Deakins is an English cinematographer best known for his work on the films of the Coen brothers, Sam Mendes, and Denis Villeneuve.

He is a member of both the American and British Society of Cinematographers, and received thirteen nominations for the Academy Award for Best Cinematography.

Deakins' first feature film in America as cinematographer was Mountains of the Moon (1990). He began his collaboration with the Coen brothers in 1991 on the film Barton Fink. He received his first major award from the American Society of Cinematographers for his outstanding achievement in cinematography for the internationally praised major motion picture The Shawshank Redemption (1994).

He is also known for his work in The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007), No Country for Old Men (2007), True Grit (2010), Skyfall (2012), Sicario (2015), and Blade Runner 2049 (2017).

Deakins also worked as one of the visual consultants for Pixar's animated feature WALL-E.

Thomas Newman

Thomas Newman is an American film score composer. He was born in Los Angeles. His father was notable film score composer Alfred Newman (1900-1970). The Newman family is of Russian-Jewish descent, and includes several other well-known musicians. Thomas' mother Martha Louis Montgomery (1920-2005) wanted her sons to have a musical education. Thomas attended regular lessons in violin as a child. An older Thomas received his musical education while attending the University of Southern California and Yale University. Thomas Newman graduated as Bachelor of Arts in 1977, and a Master of Music in 1978.

Thomas originally composed music for theatrical productions in Broadway, working with his mentor Stephen Sondheim. His uncle Lionel Newman asked him to compose music for the television series "The Paper Chase" (1978-1979, 1986), which was Thomas' first credit in a television production.

In the 1980s, Thomas first worked in film. Composer John Williams, a close family friend, hired Thomas to work in the music department for space opera film "Return of the Jedi" (1983). Thomas' main work in the film was orchestrating the music in a scene where character Darth Vader dies. Afterwards, Thomas was approached by film producer Scott Rudin and hired to work as a film score composer in his own right. His first work in the field was the film score of romantic drama "Reckless" (1984).

While he worked regularly as a film score composer during the 1980s, Thomas reportedly felt he had to retrain himself for a hard and demanding job. It reportedly took him 8 years to not feel fraudulent in his efforts. In 1994, Thomas received his first Academy Award nominations, for the film scores of "The Shawshank Redemption" (1994) and "Little Women" (1994). He lost the Award to rival composer Hans Zimmer, who had been nominated for the film score of the animated film "The Lion King" (1994).

Newman was an established and increasingly famous composer in the 1990s. He received further Academy Award nominations, although he never actually won. Among his more notable works was the film score of the drama film "American Beauty" (1999), which earned Thomas both a Grammy and a BAFTA award. Newman had a good working relationship with the film's director Sam Mendes. Mendes has kept hiring Thomas as the composer for most of his films. The main exception being the comedy-drama film "Away We Go" (2009), which did not have a film score.

In the 2000s, Thomas continued working in high-profile films, such as "Road to Perdition" (2002), "Finding Nemo" (2003), and "Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events". By 2006, he had been nominated eight times for an Academy Award, while never winning it. He started joking about his lack of victories in public.

In 2008, Thomas was nominated for two Academy Awards, for both the film score and an original song for the animated film "WALL-E" (2008). He won neither, though the hit song "Down to Earth" earned him a Grammy Award. He continues to work regularly in the 2010s. Among his more acclaimed works were the film scores for spy film "Skyfall" (2012) and period drama "Saving Mr. Banks" (2013). He has continued being nominated for Academy Awards. As of 2017, he has been nominated 14 times for the Academy Award. He is the most nominated living composer to have never actually won an Academy Award. He has won a total of 5 Grammy awards.

Roger Yuan

Roger Yuan's career in the film industry has seen him wear many hats. As a martial arts fight trainer, action coordinator, actor, writer and producer, he has gained much acclaim. Having worked in US, UK, Hong Kong, China, Thailand and Indian "Bollywood" and Vietnam productions, he has cultivated a global appeal

Roger has amassed a wide repertoire of expertise in various martial arts styles and unique physical training regimens and has trained the likes of Michelle Pfeiffer for Catwoman in Batman Returns, Rene Russo, John Cusack, Michael Madsen, Henry Cavill, Immortals, Jason Flemyng and Jennifer Lawrence for X Men:First Class, Keanu Reeves for 47 Ronin and Daniel Craig for Skyfall.

Country singing star Tim McGraw is a recent client enlisting Roger to get him in shape for his 2012 "Brothers of the Sun Summer Tour".

Roger has choreographed action for films such as Son of The Pink Panther, Death Becomes Her, Ella Enchanted, Black Dynamite, X Men: first Class, 47 Ronin and the 50th anniversary 007 film, Skyfall, Once Upon a Time in Vietnam, and Warcraft.

Roger's acting debut came in Red Corner with Richard Gere. As an actor that does his own stunts, He won the respect of Hong Kong action luminaries Jackie Chan, Yuen Biao (Shanghai Noon), Sammo Hung, jet Li (Once Upon a Time in China and America), and Chow Yun Fat (Bulletproof Monk). And action directors Dee Dee Ku, Dion Lam, Hung Yan Yan and Steven Ching su Tung.

Roger has also shaped comedic roles with action, he has lead roles in Warner Bros. Chandni Chowk to China, and sony's Black Dynamite. 2015 will see Roger in Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon: the Green Destiny, playing Iron Crow, which director and action legend Master Yuen Woo Ping personally chose Roger for this lead role.

Colin Strause

Since moving to Hollywood as teens in the mid-90s, Colin and his brother, Greg have charted a meteoric rise from self-taught artists working on local cable commercials in the suburbs of Chicago, to renowned visual effects gurus. Their careers began on the original run of The X-Files television show before working their way onto early CG-driven features, The Nutty Professor, Volcano, and the iceberg sequence of James Cameron's Titanic. Founding their own VFX house, Hydraulx in 2002, the brothers have worked on visionary sequences for over ninety feature films including Avatar, The Avengers, Skyfall, 300, Captain America, 2012, Iron Man 2, Battle: Los Angeles and The Day After Tomorrow. Their work on the latter brought Greg a BAFTA for Best Achievement in Special Visual Effects.

In 2000, Colin won a MTV Video Music Award for Best Art Direction for the Red Hot Chili Pepper's video, "Californication." This led to Greg and Colin stepping behind the camera the following year, crafting an instantly recognizable aesthetic on some of the decade's most imaginative music videos. Including Linkin Park's multiple VMA nominated Crawling, A Perfect Circle's Weak and Powerless, 50 Cent's Get Up and Usher's Love in this Club, also a VMA nominee. Their storytelling talents quickly garnered attention in the ad world where they directed campaigns for Toyota, Universal Studios, PlayStation, Gatorade, Coca-Cola, Ford, Pennzoil and Shell.

In 2007, Colin and Greg co-directed their first feature for 20th Century Fox, Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem which went on to gross over $156 million worldwide. For their directorial follow up, the Brothers produced Skyline independently under their Hydraulx Entertainment banner. It was acquired by Relativity Media at Cannes Film Festival and distributed by Universal Studios. The $10 million indie went on to gross over $80 million worldwide theatrically. Colin and Greg recently produced the even more ambitious sequel Beyond Skyline, starring Frank Grillo and Iko Uwais set to premiere later this year.

In 2015, Colin served as the lead Visual Effects Supervisor, overseeing over eleven hundred visual effect shots for Brad Peyton's, San Andreas. The Dwayne Johnson earthquake blockbuster went on to gross over $470 million worldwide while earning four nominations from the Visual Effects Society Awards. The following year Colin supervised Adam Wingard's Death Note and reunited with Dwayne Johnson, co-supervising on the upcoming comedy Baywatch for Paramount Pictures. Colin is currently serving as the lead supervisor Brad Peyton's epic monster mash Rampage, marking the third Johnson collaboration in as many years.

Recently Hydraulx worked on X-Men: Apocalypse, The Conjuring 2, Midnight Special, X-Men: Days of Future Past, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, and Into the Storm. They served as the lead vendor on Rian Johnson's Looper, created the opening set piece for Marvel's The Avengers and completed more than a third of the revolutionary age-altering shots in the Academy Award®-winning feature The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. Colin and Greg executive produced The Bay, directed by Barry Levinson and the critically acclaimed Cannes Film Festival-winner Take Shelter, starring Michael Shannon and directed by Jeff Nichols. Future producing projects include The Mighty 8th co-written by Kurt Johnstad and Alien Ark with Ratpac and Warner Brothers.

Mike Mitchell

Mike was born to be an action man. Joining HM Forces at the age of 16 he trained to become a combat frogman, he went on to specialize in small arms, explosives and Bomb disposal and became part of HM Elite Special Forces RN CD seeing many theater's of operation worldwide. Leaving the services behind he became involved in the Offshore Oil Industry, moving rapidly from deep sea diver to sub-sea Operations Manager to Company Owner Managing Director of one of the world's largest sub-sea consultancy. It was from his base in Aberdeen that he found time to pursue his love of fitness, power sports, sailing and horse riding in which he has become highly experienced. Competing in such diverse challenges as Britain's Strongest Man, Horse Three day Eventing in which he won many competitions as well as show-jumping, and bodybuilding, where he became Scottish Champion qualifying him to compete in the international arena, he achieved no less than 5 x Masters Mr World titles and 2 x Mr Universe titles with the World Fitness Federation. He was honored in 2005 in Italy with the Grimek International Award for outstanding contribution to sport. A host of other awards followed - In 2010 he was given the highest Honor within the WFF, a place in the Hall of Fame and the prestigious "Living Legend Award". As a qualified Yacht Skipper Mike regularly competes on his own yacht, in International Regattas around the Mediterranean. His acting career started in 1994 by default, due to his sheer size and physical presence, he found himself in Braveheart, he went on to make several feature films such as, Gladiator, The Planet, One Day Removals, City of Hell, Life on the Line and a brief appearance as Frank Findlay in Emmerdale. After defending his 5th World Fitness title a serious heart attack in 2006 slowed Mike down to a gallop and led him to concentrate on acting; since then he has worked alongside the likes of Andrew Garfield, Sean Bean, David Morrissey, Peter Mullins, Tara Cardinal, John Henshaw, Billy Murray, Craig Fairbrass and many others. More recently he was privileged to secure several major roles, having just returned from Turkey, where he shot the new Corporate Vodafone Commercial in Turkish and was involved in Skyfall. Recently filming in Italy on an all action Hollywood/Italian Horror, Uwe Boll's Zombie Massacre. Whilst there he was given the opportunity to have a Cameo role alongside Tara Cardinal in Legend of the Red Reaper. He recently filmed Pearls of Africa in shot in Kenya and UK. Last year he was 2nd lead in Italian film Morning Star. 2016 filming Mordred and Dark Highland in UK

Greg P. Russell

Greg P. Russell began his career at T.T.G. Recording Studios in 1977 as an assistant recording engineer on several hit television shows, including The Love Boat, Charlie's Angels, Hart to Hart, Vegas, and Fantasy Island. In 1981, Greg moved to Evergreen Studios, where he worked with such artists as Neil Diamond, Al Stewart, Heart, and Ringo Starr, among many others. In 1983, he transitioned from recording engineer to re-recording mixer at B&B Sound Studios. During Greg's tenure at B&B he mixed fifty-five feature films, including the original movie Hairspray for John Waters, and numerous television shows, earning him two Emmy nominations and one win.

In 1988 Greg took his passion of mixing to Warner Brothers, and within a year received his first Academy Award nomination for Sound Mixing on Ridley Scott's Black Rain. While at Warner Brothers, Greg mixed such films as Tequila Sunrise, The Bodyguard, The Usual Suspects, Steel Magnolias, Star Trek IV, Point Break, and Stargate, to name a few.

In 1995, Greg moved to Sony Studios, where he's mixed some of Hollywood's biggest blockbusters and earned Oscar nominations for his work on The Rock, Con Air, Armageddon, The Mask of Zorro, The Patriot, Pearl Harbor, Spider-Man, Spider- Man 2, Memoirs of a Geisha, Apocalypto, Transformers 1, 2 and 3, and the spy-thriller Salt starring Angelina Jolie.

In 2012 Greg was the first talent hired by Technicolor for their new post-production facility on the Paramount Studio lot. In the first year he was nominated for the 23rd Bond film Skyfall directed by Sam Mendes.

Over the past 32 years Greg has collaborated with some of the most talented director's in Hollywood. The list includes Michael Bay, Sam Raimi, Ron Howard, Tony Scott, Ridley Scott, Sam Mendes, James L. Brooks, Phillip Noyce, William Friedkin, Tim Burton, Kathyrn Bigelow, Barry Sonnenfeld, Barbara Streisand, Mel Gibson, Rob Marshall, Gabrielle Muccino, Jon Turteltaub, Rob Riener, Carl Riener, Paul Verhoeven, Diane Keaton, Adrian Lyne, Roland Emmerich, Martin Campbell, Bryan Singer, Jonathan Mostow, Richard Donner, John Avildsen, Herbert Ross, Harold Becker, Jonathan Lynn, Robert Towne, John Waters, Michel Gondry, Simon West, Ron Underwood, Dominic Sena, Lawrence Kasden and Nicolas Meyer.

With over 200 films to his credit and 16 Oscar nominations under his belt, Greg is one of the most well respected sound mixers in the industry.

David Reed

David started his acting career with multi-award winning sketch trio The Penny Dreadfuls, with whom he performed in five stage shows at the Edinburgh Festival receiving over thirty five-star reviews. They found their home on BBC Radio 4, with David as main writer and performer in no less than six radio plays to date. In 2011 David performed his debut solo show Shamblehouse, a one man sketch comedy for the Edinburgh Fringe, to great critical acclaim.

Television credits include Siblings, Drifters, Badults, Damned, Frankie Howerd: Rather You Than Me, It's Kevin and three series of Scottish cult hit Gary: Tank Commander. Most recently he filmed the BBC series SS-GB, alongside Sam Riley; the series is penned by Skyfall writers Neal Purvis and Robert Wade and features a star-studded cast.

David is also a talented improviser. Starting at Edinburgh's prestigious Stand Comedy Club in 2003, he is regularly seen on London's improv circuit. Previously he's performed with West End hit Showstopper!: The Improvised Musical, coached the team of Austentatious: an Improvised Jane Austen Novel and appeared on BBC Two's Fast and Loose.

Hiu Woong-Sin

Woong-sin Hiu was born under the wandering stars of South East Asia and was bred in England since the 70's. A naturally talented actor from the Hakka ancestry of the defunct Lanfang Republic, he made his debut movie with 47 Ronin (shot in 2011 release 2013), since then he has been cast through a myriad of TV series, Commercials, Corporate videos, hand cast by Madame Tussaud for an iconic mayor of Tokyo, voice over docu-dramas for BBC, Sky and Discovery. Life (2017) earn him his first movie credit, since 2011 he is known for 007 Skyfall (2012), Thor:The Dark World (2013), World War Z (2013), Fast and Furious 6 (2013), Before I go to Sleep (2014), Paddington Bear (2014), Cinderella (2015), Pan (2015), Kingsman: The Secret Service (2015), Mordecai (2015), 007 Spectre (2015), Now You See Me 2 (2016), The Brothers Grimsby (2016), Patient Zero (2017), Fantastic Beast and Where to Find Them (2016), Dr Strange (2016), Bourne 5 (2016), Star Wars: Rouge One (2016). By: Anonymous

Chris Cowlin

Born in London in 1980, Chris always wanted to be a part of television and film.

Chris first appeared on television as an 8-year-old on a commercial for Warburton's Bread, playing a school boy. Chris was then offered a role in Grange Hill in the late 1980s.

He then went back to filming when he was 31 years old, and appeared in over 100 productions in his first year back (during 2011-2012). He was offered roles in huge films such as Skyfall (Daniel Craig as James Bond, bumps into him), Rush (playing a German ambulance man).

It seems that Chris gets a lot of roles playing a businessman, police and CID. Chris is a regular CID officer on ITV's Midsomer Murders, and has also appeared in soaps such as Hollyoaks and Emmerdale.

Dino Fazzani

Dino was born in the UK and was brought up in Hertfordshire, by his Irish mother and Italian father, along with his two sisters . In 2012 his first film experience was skyfall . After being at a dead end job for many years he decided to do give it up and try the movie business full time . Dino now lives in Essex in the UK .

Vi-Dan Tran

Vi-Dan was born in Cologne. Vi-Dan Tran studied filmmaking with main focus on directing, storytelling and cinematography. During his studies, he also worked as a stuntman for tvshows and feature films like Into the Badlands season II, Skyfall, Cloud Atlas and Agent47. Having a profound wushu/ martial arts background he had the chance to work as an action designer for the chinese film company China Star in Hongkong (2013/14). In 2016 he jointed the Jackie Chan Stuntteam and worked on the action choreography and action-previs of the new Jackie Chan movies The Foreigner and Bleeding Steel.

2017 he is a official member of the 8th generation of the JC Stuntteam. Since 2015, he has been working as director and cinematographer for tv commercial and music videos for Universal Music/Sony Music in Germany

Justin Pearson

Professional Stunt Coordinator and Performer, Justin has stunt doubled many actors in a wide range of productions from Kevin Costner to Sean Bean and Sam Worthington to Christopher Eccleston as well as Stunt Coordinating the action on many television and film productions.

At a very young age Justin was thrown into the equestrian world having been born into a family horse business in Shropshire. Through his early life and into his teen years Justin was heavily involved in show jumping and mounted games and with the latter sport he represented England on eight occasions, at the highest level with the Great Britain team and became British Champion in 1995 and Reserve World Champion in 2004.

At the age of 18, Justin auditioned for a medieval jousting team about to embark on a World Tour which was to take in Europe, Asia and Russia and was successful. Valuable live stunt show experience was gained at this early age and many years on Justin was to form the Knights of the Damned - Jousting Team, an award winning modern day jousting stunt troupe.

Through love of performing action and stunts in a live show format, Justin trained to become a professional stuntman and was accepted onto the prestigious British Stunt Register and since then has gone on to amass over 100 credits in television and film, including Spectre, Skyfall, Pirates of the Caribbean, Star Wars and the Harry Potter Films.

Justin is now a Full Member (Stunt Coordinator) of the UK Stunt Register and can coordinate stunts for production companies . Justin is also Actors Theatre School trained.

Justin is available for all aspects of Stunt Coordination, stunt work and stunt doubling.

Jason Hunjan

Jason Hunjan has been on the British Stunt Register for over fifteen years.Through his extensive experience has become an expert in all aspects of stunt work. He holds a America work visa and is a member of the Screen Actors Guild. Full Script and budget breakdowns.

Hunjan's outstanding career in the film industry includes working on some of the biggest budget international films produced. His extensive list of credits include A-List movies including the following, Avengers Age Of Ultron , Die Another Day , Quantum of Solace, Casino Royale, Skyfall The Bourne Ultimatum, The Dark Knight, Clash of the Titans, Inception, Fast & Furious 6, World War Z just to name a few out of the 78 credits.

Hunjan has now has turned his hand to coordinating the action. As the stunt floor supervisor on Marvel's Avengers Age Of Ultron, Jason was in charge of some of the films most difficult performances. There's no question that his role was critical to the production's overall success. The film had such a central VFX and stunt element to it, that his ability to interpret the project's vision and coordinate the interaction of actors and stunt performers down to the minute details, to be nothing less than exceptional. In his words, "I gained a wealth of knowledge with the visual effects department on this project".

Some of Jason's personal highlights are: Driving a jeep on it's front wheels as it's being dragged behind the plane in Fast & Furious 6. The scene called for the jeep to spin 180 while the rear end of it was being lifted and then flung side to side getting airborne as the jeep is dragged behind the plane.

Boat driver in the main boat chase in Quantum of Solace, a car crash in Casino Royale with a petrol tanker.

Fighting with Matt Damon in Bourne Ultimatum & Green Zone, in addition to fights with Daniel Craig in Quantum of Solace, and Skyfall.

Jason has been a stunt double for actors such as Stuart Townsend and Stuart Scudamore to name a few.

" In the world of stunts and action, it starts with a vision, sparks creativity in turn fuels the action"

Rain Elwood

Rain Elwood makes her TV debut alongside Sullivan Stapleton in Cinemax's hit series Strike Back playing the femme fatale Katya. She was discovered as the face of Puredistance, an ultra luxury perfume brand that retails for up to $2,000 a bottle. Rain was then cast in Heineken's 'The Express' commercial starring Daniel Craig made for the Bond film: Skyfall.

Alex Reece

Alex first hit the Cinema screens as the bleach blond haired assassin chasing 007 Daniel Craig in the Skyfall Heineken featurette commercial, 'Crack the Case' in 2012, a £10million production by Eon and MJZ. Feature films, include cult horror, Curse of the Witching Tree, and the urban crime drama 'Brash Young Turks, which premiered in last year at the London Urban Film Festival, and airs on London Live TV this coming springtime. UK television roles include a lead in Channel 5 production Countdown to Murder : Killer Schoolgirl and portraying the John Cannan in 'Meet the Psychopaths' by Wildfire Television

Demi Mann

Demi Mann was born on 28th August in Greenwich, London, England. Demi is Indian & began her training in Drama & Dance at age 5, at school and at home where she was already a compulsive performer re-enacting scenes from films, and her parents and everyone around her saw that she had a passion for performing and being on stage. She continued her training in Drama performing in plays such as "Romeo & Juliet", playing Juliet. She is an actress, known for Frank & Ava (2017), Astral Princess (2017), and Skyfall (2012). Mann is known for her powerful performances.

Donald Mowat

He's a Canadian, British and naturalized American citizen. He started in amateur theatre and operatic societies as well as community cable television while still in high school. First film was as an assistant makeup artist on "Joshua Then and Now" and continued working as assistant makeup on numerous projects including "Anne of Green Gables" 'The Fly" "The Believers" and "Frontier" While just in his twenties he was makeup department head on "Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future" winning a daytime Emmy nomination in 1988 and continued to department head several network miniseries and movies of the week. He works extensively with out of kit techniques in casualty effects. His stellar credits as a department head and personal make up artist in all aspects of feature film and television make up from period, corrective, casualty, beauty and straight make up as well as tattoo cover has been seen in countless feature films and projects for television. He worked extensively with Mark Wahlberg for many years as well as with Eminem. In recent years Donald has been working with Daniel Craig and continues to work as both a department head(The Fighter,8 Mile, Taking Lives,Repo Men, Prisoners, Everything Will Be Fine) and personal artist(Skyfall, Cowboys and Aliens) In 2012 Mr.Mowat received Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee Medal. Donald has also worked on numerous editorial/print projects with many actors and performers. Focused primarily on feature films from 1992 onwards his stellar career, commitment to the craft and industry as well as active involvement in many charitable causes has earned him an international reputation.

Fatih Ugurlu

Fatih Ugurlu was born in Eskisehir, Turkey in 1985. He has been doing martial arts since he was very young. His imagination, curiosity and love for cinematography pushed him towards a career in the movie industry.

He graduated from Marmara University's School of Physical Education & Sports in 2010. Fatih is trained in a broad range of martial arts in order to apply different skills and techniques into films.

He has spent time training and working both in the United States and Hong Kong. He is the first stuntman from Turkey to become certified in Hong Kong the United States, He has received extensive training certificates for "Stunt Rigging, Stunt Driving, Fire Stunts and Safety, Body Stunts, High Falls, Stunt Coordination and Action Directing"

Fatih has over 15 years experience in the industry and has worked on various large scale productions for example He was the Stunt Coordinator on "Skyfall" for Turkey and won SAG Award for this project, "Water Diviner" Stunt Coordinator and Fight Scene with Russell Crowe, "Flowers of War" Stunt Double of Christian Bale, "The Legendary" Stunt Double of Scott Adkins.

Richard Herdman

Born September 1966 in Hackney, East London, Richard trained at The MetFilm School in Ealing Studios, London as an Actor. He is a very versatile performer being able to take on a range of Characters.

Recently he has played the lead character (Sonny Black) in a 2012 Television Documentary called Mafia's Greatest Hits and has had many other TV roles including two appearances on the the popular long running Midsomer Murders crime drama running on the UK Television Channel, ITV1, Morgan Spurlock's New Brittania on SKY Atlantic & the extremely successful SKY1 Comedy, Trollied.

He has also appeared in various Big Budget Feature films from Skyfall (James Bond 2012) to RUSH, Les Miserbles, The Sweeney, Fast Girls, King of Soho, The Wee Man, Riot, etc etc.

Darren Lynch

Darren Lynch is a British actor born and raised in Derby, England half British half black Caribbean descent. Being credited for roles such as Reg Traviss prison drama Screwed and most recently James Bond Skyfall.

Lynch attended drama lessons as a child and as an adult further trained at AGF performing arts school. Most recently Lynch has directed and written his first feature horror film Ouija, following the paths of most actors directing movies. Lynch is making a name for himself in such an exciting industry.

Lynch made his TV debut in BBC's Doctors and plans to star alongside his brother in action movie Brothers written and directed by himself.

Luke Armstrong

Luke Armstrong is a screenwriter/film director with a background in Hollywood Visual Effects. Following graduation from his computer animation degree at the University of Portsmouth, he beat hundreds to attain an internship at Hollywood Visual Effects studio Cinesite; in Soho, London. Over the next four years, he worked at the top four largest VFX companies in London - Framestore, Double Negative TV, The Moving Picture Company and Cinesite on BAFTA & Oscar nominated movies including Guardians of the Galaxy, Iron Man 3, Skyfall, Edge of Tomorrow and World War Z to name a few.

Aside from his professional VFX work, Luke is also an established short film director - having directed over fifteen shorts in the past seven years. As a passionate story teller, Luke's numerous short films have won awards on the festival circuit around the world - 2015 has so far seen his short film 'Shadows' win best Sci-Fi and best Foreign Film a a festival in the USA. The short has recently been selected for the British Urban Film Festival, sponsored by Channel 4, and the Henley Fringe Film Festival taking place this September.

Leon Corbin

Leon started acting at the tender age of 13. He opted to fill in for the lead actor just a couple of months before the 3 performances were due to be played-having never acted before. This was a full on play called A change Of Heart. He then got the bug and done other musicals such as Dracula Spectacular, Grease, where he played the role of Johnny Casino and various other more smaller parts.The year after Grease, with the same production company, he was offered a role in West Side Story, but couldn't commit to the project as he chose to attend Solihull college.

At college, he studied A level drama, Media studies and Sociology. However, he was not settled enough to finish these courses, but gained some great experience, particularly with the Drama course, however, he wanted to go back to the drawing board to discover what he wanted to do. After some serious thought, he decided to attend Sandwell college and finished a 2 year Sound Engineering course.

Since, moving to London in 2004, he has restarted his acting and has worked on Eastenders, Man Down, Skyfall, Fast and furious 6, The Harbinger, White Collar Hooligan (1+2), The Fall Of The Essex boys and The Dead Inside.

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".

Chris Luckhardt

Chris Luckhardt is an acclaimed adventure photographer known for documenting abandoned places and empty spaces around the world.

He has photographed hundreds of abandoned places around the world since 2002.

Chris' photography has appeared in a wide variety of global media including film, television, print and online publications. Highlights include: The Canyons (starring Lindsay Lohan), ABC News, Photographic Travel magazine (China), Scholastic Canada, Xinhua News Agency (official Chinese gov't press agency), Buzzfeed, The Weather Channel, The Daily Mail, and many more.

Chris has a vast social media fan base around the world and his photos have been viewed more than 10 million times (including 7.5 million views on Flickr).

Notable abandoned places Chris has documented include: Hashima Island (from the James Bond film Skyfall), Six Flags New Orleans, Nara Dreamland and the area around the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

Phoenix James

Phoenix James has been performing on stage since 1998 and acting for screen since 2009.

He appeared in his first lead acting role in short film, Baby Anne in 2010.

He has gone on to play the lead acting role in several more independent films, Love Dog, A Man Walks Into A Bar, On The Inside, I Luv U, Sober, In The Mourning, 3rd Time Lucky, A Contribution as well as appearances and acting roles in other short and feature length movie productions.

He has also appeared in movies Cleanskin and James Bond's Skyfall.

He has played acting roles for television including BBC One's drama soap opera, Eastenders and BBC Three's comedy sketch show, Lee Nelson's Well Good Show and played acting parts in reconstructions of true events for various TV programmes and documentaries.

He has also featured as a lead actor in several music videos and online commercials and advertising campaigns.

In 2011 he was nominated for a Black Entertainment Film Fashion Television & Arts award for Best Male Actor.

Sam Kronis

Sam Kronis was born in the front room of a flat above a shop in Norwood, South London, to Patricia and John Dully, train driver, (the Kronis comes from Step Father Theodoros Kronis).

Sam worked as an Artificial Limb technician till a friend took him one Friday to the Croydon Youth Theatre Organisation, where he stayed for 5 years, performing in A View from the Bridge, The Elephant Man, Last of the Red Hot Lovers and Rope.

After more years working with Artificial Limbs and odd jobs including record shops, Natural History Museum Guide and Carpet Salesman, Sam returned to acting after doing two weeks as an extra on Pirates of the Caribbean: Stranger Tides (2010).

Since then he has appeared as one of Q's geeks in Skyfall (2012), press photographer in The Crown (2016) and as Himmler in SS-GB (2017).

S.J. Evans

SJ Evans was born and raised in a small market town, Wrexham, situated in North Wales, UK.

Evans has over 14-years experience in the film industry, and has produced a variety of projects including features, critically acclaimed short films, documentaries and corporate films that have featured the likes of Danny DeVito, Dominic Cooper, Jessie Eisenberg, Tony Curtis, Luke Evans, Daniel Radcliffe, Liv Tyler and Edgar Wright.

In 2009, he produced the feature length documentary 'Tattoos: A Scarred History', which includes interviews with Scissor Sisters, Danny Dyer, John Landis, Pete Postlethwaite, Mackenzie Crook and in his last interview David Carradine. The film was released nationwide on DVD by 4Digital Media in 2010 after a successful screening in Cannes and by MIG Film Group on Blu Ray in Germany in 2013.

In 2012, Evans then produced the highly anticipated 'Dead of the Nite', starring horror icon Tony Todd (Candyman, Platoon), Claudio Pacifico (Prince of Persia) and Paul Fox (Westworld). In total Dead of the Nite has sold to fifteen countries including China, USA and the Middle East.

In late 2013, SJ associate produced the $3.2M feature 'Extinction' starring Ben Loyd Holmes (Skyfall) and Ernesto Cantu (World War Z). The film premiered at Film 4 Frightfest in August 2014 and has already sold to the UK, US, Germany, Australia, Netherlands, Japan and South Korea.

In 2016 he produced the $2m fantasy drama 'Amy and Sophia' with Julian Glover & Denise Van Outen and the experimental drama 'Hiraeth'.

Daniel Harland

Daniel Edward Harland was born on the 11th January 1985 in Ipswich, Suffolk. He grew up in Durham in the North of England from the age of four and spent the majority of his life there. At school, he longed to be a professional footballer where he was handed a chance to join the Sunderland FC Youth Academy. He turned it down, and pursued a number of different aspirations which led to many dead ends. Without any idea where his life was going, his parents, who were both teachers at the time, decided to push him towards acting. He joined New College in Durham in 2002 and studied Performing Arts for three years. After graduating with top marks, he auditioned for many top drama schools such as RADA, Mountview and Guildford, without success. Daniel then took a year out working before finally being accepted into Bath Spa University, where he again studied Acting in 2007.

During his studies, he performed in stage productions such as A Streetcar Named Desire (2007, Faust (2009) and Beautiful Thing (2010) which toured many theatres around the South-East and London. After graduating in 2010, his Film and TV credits included Atonement (2007), The Runner (2008), The White Room (2009), Piggy (2011) and Dark Shadows (2012). He has also appeared in the new James Bond film, Skyfall (2012) and has a number of film projects lined up in the near future.

He also played the role of lead gangster, Terry in Britain's Biggest Heists Season Two (2010). He received critical acclaim for playing 'Jake' in The Runner, who gets mixed up in the murky world of drugs and violence in the slums of Bristol.

He has also trained with Michael Hargreaves of RADA and Gunduz Kalic, founder of East 15 Acting School. He also continues to do a lot of work with the Actors Studio.

Russell Edwards

Russell Edwards is best known for he's work on Papa, Glue, Trespass against us and Skyfall and The Sweeney. He is obtaining more and more production sound mixer work and 2nd unit work in Drama and feature films.He is also an accomplished and very experienced documentary maker and has literally travelled the world making documentaries.

Alina-Jane Rose

Alina-Jane Lovell B.A. (Hons) RFSPG, was born in Wimbledon, London to East End father, John Lovell and Hungarian Mother, Ildiko Lorek.

As well as working as an Actress and Burlesque Performer in a variety of Film, TV and Theatre roles, Alina-Jane has taught 'Acting Techniques' in many prestigious drama schools.

She has been part of the 'Deluxe' Post Production Company for many years, which has credits including 'Woman in Black', 'Skyfall' and 'The Inbetweeners Movie'. This has led her to work with industry talent such as 'Dame Judy Dench' 'Keanu Reeves' and 'Cameron Diaz' as well as director 'Tim Burton' and Bond Cinematographer 'Phil Meheux'.

Alina-Jane developed her love of acting at the prestigious 'Sylvia Young Theatre School. After completing Performing Arts, Theatre Studies and Art A-Levels at College, she was offered a place at The Central School of Speech and Drama which she subsequently turned down in favor of a place at The Academy of Live & Recorded Arts, where she was awarded the prestigious Full Three Year Actors Scholarship. She then went on to achieve a High Honours degree in Drama studies at King Alfred's University, Winchester.

Alina-Jane is the niece of Helena Lawrence, who was an English lecturer at Oxford University and specialized in the work of William Shakespeare. Helena helped Alina-Jane develop an appreciation of Period drama and in particular, a passion for Shakespeare's plays. After many years in theatre, Alina-Jane wanted to enhance her skills on screen and so continued her studies with a Post-Graduate in Screen Acting at the renowned Redroofs Film School in Iver.

Her credits include a lead in Mumtaz Yildimlar's Feature Film, 'Cold Blood' starring Lilly Brown, Judson Lake and James Tweedy. Theatre roles include Titania in The Gantry Theatres production of 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' and Orla in the self-directed 'Girl With a Curl' with 'Voodoo Vaudeville' at Komedia Theatre, Brighton. Voiceover includes work for ITV's 'Episodes', starring 'Matt Le Blanc'.

Nick D'Angiolillo

Nick D'Angiolillo is the Director of Licensing & Library Services for the Grammy Award-Winning label Naxos of America, Inc, the world's leading classical label and distributor. His division is responsible for bringing music to millions through work with the music library community and synchronizations in the broader music community.

He's been a part of countless custom CD compilations, music textbook accompaniments, video game productions, international advertisements (Verizon, Hyundai, Google Play, Hulu), and television/film synchronizations which include the Netflix Original Series' Daredevil, Chef's Table, House of Cards ABC's Modern Family, Bob's Burgers, True Blood, Guardians of the Galaxy, Boardwalk Empire, Weeds, James Bond: Skyfall & Spectre and more recently - The Peanuts Movie!

Nick, hailing from the University of Miami, is an active alumni member of Phi Mu Alpha, the International Association of Music Libraries, the Billboard Film & Television Music Creative community, SOLID, and is involved locally with several Nashville service organizations, including Nashville Cares.

Joseph Gould

Joseph 'gouldy' Gould is a internationally renowned Location impresario. He has spent half a decade organizing and managing the sets of some of the UK's largest films - from Avengers: Age of Ultron to Pride and Prejudice with Zombies.

He famously (in certain circles) turned up for his first ever day of work (on Sam Mendes' Skyfall) dressed in a tuxedo.

A noted cinephile, he has a voracious appetite for 1980s film soundtracks, and can regularly been seen on set, headphones on, grooving to a beat.

It is expected that one day soon the Weinsteins will ask him to head up their UK division.

Miklós Vámos

He's a Hungarian writer, successful in his country and known in other countries where some of his short stories, novels, plays and films have been published and produced. Three of his plays were produced also in the USA: Skyfall at the Source Theater in Washington DC, 1986; Doubletakes at The Actor's Outlet in New York, 1989; Somebody Else at The Yale Cabaret in New Haven, 1989. One film, Love Mother, was shown in the USA and 17 other countries in 1989.

Peter Smick

Peter D. Smick is a Producer and Marketing Strategist based in Los Angeles, CA. A Washington, D.C. native, Peter came to LA by way of New York City, where he graduated with honors from Columbia University in 2005. Upon graduation, Peter joined News Corporation, supporting the company's television business with media and market research.

In 2008 Peter was accepted at the UCLA Film School Producers Program where he received his MFA. Upon graduation he received the Dan Angel Award for the pitch of his thesis film, The Umpire Strikes Back, before a panel of Academy Award winning studio executives. Peter has produced several short films, including Detroit Summer, a documentary on the state of education for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Upon graduating from UCLA, Peter pursued his love of entertainment marketing at Sony Pictures Interactive, guiding creative strategy on award-winning digital marketing campaigns for the studio's film and television properties, including, 21 Jump Street, Skyfall and Elysium. Passionate about storytelling and technology, Peter strives to connect brands and audiences in new and innovative ways.

When he's not on the clock, Peter enjoys mentoring foster youth in Inglewood and taking in baseball games with his wife Amanda and daughter Grace.

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