13 names.

Frank Stallone

Grammy and Golden Globe nominated artist Frank Stallone is an actor, singer and musician.

Frank has garnered four Platinum Albums, ten Gold Albums and five Gold Singles and has acted in over 60 films and TV shows including Walker Texas Ranger, multiple sitcoms and variety shows, Hudson Hawk, Staying Alive, Fred Claus, and Tombstone, in which he made a big impact as "Ed Bailey," a dangerous gunslinger. One of his most memorable film roles was as "Eddie," the bartender in Barfly. Frank recently made his online comedy debut with the parody film short "Chupacobra" from Break Media (Break.com), will be seen in the upcoming film Reach Me from director John Herzfeld and will soon be heard as the voice of "Thunderhoof" in Hasbro's hit animated series Transformers.

Frank has written and published over 200 songs and, with a single in the hit film The Expendables 2 (Don't Want to Fight With Me) and three original songs, written and performed by him in the upcoming film Reach Me (Dir. John Herzfeld, 2014), Frank has written and recorded compositions for twelve films. The list includes Rocky I, II and III, Rambo II, Paradise Alley and Over the Top. But, it was Frank's nine songs that he wrote and recorded for the Saturday Night Fever Sequel Staying Alive that earned him a Golden Globe nomination for Best Sound Track and a Grammy nomination for Best Original Song with his single, Far From Over. That song became a massive #1 hit around the world and stayed on the top charts for more than four months and his songs are still played on radio stations throughout the world.

Stallone is the son of Jackie Stallone (née Labofish), an astrologer, and Frank Stallone, a beautician and hairdresser. His father was an Italian immigrant, and his mother's heritage is half French (from Brittany) and half German. His brother is actor Sylvester Stallone. At a young age, the Maryland-born, Philadelphia-raised native pursued his musical ambitions, forming a series of bands, and finally turned professional at the tender age of 15. His group, Valentine, included lead guitarist John Oates (Hall and Oates) and was signed to RCA Records in 1975, when they recorded their first album. Frank made his on-screen singing debut, performing the self-penned acapella song, Take You Back in the opening scene of the film Rocky.

Frank has recorded nine solo albums receiving praise from legends Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett and Sammy Cahn. His rock-influenced Full Circle, was followed by his American songbook albums, In Love in Vain, with Sammy Nestico, Stallone on Stallone by Request, a compilation of Frank's film soundtrack tunes, and Songs from the Saddle, showing Frank's more acoustic side.

Frank is a guitar, music, mafia and art aficionado, is one of the best boxing historians and collectors in the world and is an avid collector of guitars, guns and memorabilia. When he's not writing songs or filming a project, he can be found on a shooting range or at the gym.

Yvette Yates

Yvette Yates (El Gringo, Without Men) continues to make strides joining the cast as LUZ of multi-Academy Award Nominated Director Paul Thomas Anderson whose Warner Bros. feature, INHERENT VICE, was released Dec.12, 2014, and nationwide Jan.9, 2015. With its myriad of recognitions, it has also received 2 Academy Award nominations (2015), Golden Globe Best Actor nomination (2015), 4 Critics Choice nominations (2015) and has won the National Board of Review: Best Adapted Screenplay, Los Angeles Film Critics: Best Music Score and lastly, the Director, Casting Director, and Cast were honored with the Robert Altman Award during the 2015 Film Independent Spirit Awards. The Thomas Pynchon adaptation includes the sprawling lineup Joaquin Phoenix, Benicio Del Toro, Reese Witherspoon, Owen Wilson, Katherine Waterson, Josh Brolin, Martin Short, Maya Rudolph, Jena Malone and many more.

Moreover, Yates stars as Zabeth in the comedy vampire feature, BLOODSUCKING BASTARDS, opposite Fran Kranz (The Cabin in the Woods), Pedro Pascal (Game of Thrones), Joey Kern (Cabin Fever), and Joel Murray (Mad Men) and written by Dr. G-d Comedy Troupe. The film's World Premiere was at the Slamdance Film Festival Opening Night on Jan.23, 2015 and was nabbed by Shout! Factory. In addition, Anchor Bay films in association with Twentieth Century Fox theatrically released the action thriller, IN THE BLOOD. Yvette can be seen as Leta with a prominent cast: MMA fighter-turned-actress Gina Carano (Haywire), Cam Gigandet (Twilight), Danny Trejo (Machete) , Stephen Lang (Avatar), Luis Guzman (How To Make it in America), and Amaury Nolasco (Transformers). In the vein of Taken, In The Blood is set in motion with a husband disappearing while vacationing in the Caribbean with his wife (Carano) who sets out in a relentless pursuit of the men whom she believes kidnapped and killed him. John Stockwell (Into the Blue, Turistas) directs from a script by Bennett Yellin and James Robert Johnston.

Notably, she starred as the female lead in the theatrically released action film, El Gringo, opposite Scott Adkins (The Expendables 2) & Christian Slater as part of Joel Silver's Castle Home Entertainment and After Dark Films called AFTER DARK ACTION. Receiving rave reviews from The New York Times "were it not for a bartender played with verve by Yvette Yates. Her appealing insolence and tasteful love scene provide relief..." Yvette's credits include the comedy Without Men, starring opposite Eva Longoria, Kate Del Castillo & Christian Slater. She can also be seen in the films: Free Ride alongside Academy Award winner Anna Paquin; Water & Power based on Mark Taper play; and Sorority Party Massacre. Yvette's other body of works include Rockstar's popular videogame Red Dead Redemption and Comedy Central's The Nick Show Kroll.

Chiefly, Yvette was honored by the Mayor & City Council of El Paso with a Proclamation as a Community Ambassador naming September 26, 2012 as "YVETTE YATES DAY". In 2008, Yvette was nominated for Best Actress in Film and Best Short at the 23rd Annual Imagen Awards and Malibu International Film Festival for her role as Lucena in the film "Niña Quebrada".

Yvette was born in El Paso, Texas. Being from a border town, she grew up both there and in Cd. Juarez, Chihuahua. She came to Los Angeles and attended U.C.L.A., receiving a B.S. in Physiological Science and published in the Journal of Molecular Immunology.

Community Outreach With a strong commitment to giving back, Yvette dedicates her time in between work to her hometown of El Paso, TX/Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua where she participates in discussions and panels in high schools, synagogues,churches, theatre groups, the El Paso film commission, community colleges, UTEP to the Plaza Classic Film Festival.

*In May 2014 at the National Museum of Mexican Art's "Gala de Art" - themed "Suenos y Esperanzos" ("Dreams and Hopes") - was a dream come true, shattering fundraising records and bolstering the museum's exhibitions and educational programs with more than 700 black-tie-clad guests. Serving as Co-Emcees of the evening were Actress Yvette Yates and host of ABC News Primetime"What Would You Do?" John Quiñones. Such notables included Mayor Rahm Emanuel, actors Billy Zane and and former White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen. A live and silent auction helped the big-ticket night raise the largest to date, more than $600,000, to support the museum's immersive collections of Mexican, Latino and Chicano art.

*She has served continuously on the judging committee for the local Boyle Heights' Film Festival "Reel Rasquache Film and Art Festival".

*In August of 2014, Yvette partook as Mistress of Ceremony for Congregation B'nai Zion's Eleventh Annual Sephardic Anusim Conference and CEREMONY for the dedication of The Sephardic Anusim Cultural Heritage Center in the Holocaust Museum in El Paso, TX.

Sheena Chou

Sheena Chou will have a memorable character arc on season 3 of Judd Apatow's "Love." Chou plays Patty, an overly enthusiastic fight coordinator. Chou was recently seen on CBS's "Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders" and on ABC/Shonda Rhimes' "The Catch".

In "CM:BB", Chou plays Sara Yee, a sweet woman hopeful in love who unwittingly goes on a date with a charming serial killer as the lead detectives race against time to save her. In "The Catch", Chou plays the lovely and solemn Fumiko, who becomes distraught after she learns the restaurant she proudly manages has suddenly and mysteriously shut down. On NBC's "The Player" with Wesley Snipes and Philip Winchester, Chou plays the Angel, a damsel in distress who comes face to face with a horrific serial killer.

Chou is filming a lead role in action feature "Unspoken: Diary of an Assassin" directed by Ron Yuan. Chou plays Blunt Girl, an unlikely mercenary who is adeptly skilled in the arts of killing and rolling the perfect blunt. Music video vixen by day and deadly assassin by night, Chou's Blunt Girl will kick ass as well as bring an understated comedic element to the film. This unique independent action packed thriller boasts a stellar international and US cast including Zoe Bell, Will Yun Lee, Russell Wong, Ian Anthony Dale, Kelly Hu, Brian Tee, Mao Asao, Chihiro Kurata and Ron Yuan to name a few.

You can see Sheena Chou in Jesse V. Johnson's action feature "Savage Dog". Chou plays the feisty strong-willed bar manager Samsip-Sam opposite Scott Adkins (Expendables 2) and Keith David (Crash, Mr. & Mrs. Smith).

Chou recently wrapped on sci-fi revenge story "White Space", directed by Ken Locsmandi, playing a sultry but deadly Lifen opposite Holt McCallany (Netflix's Mind Hunters) and Ron Yuan (Netflix's Marco Polo). Chou was cast in Marvel's "Doctor Strange" directed by Scott Derrickson, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Rachel McAdams.

In Simon West's "Wild Card" scripted by William Goldman and starring Jason Statham, Chou plays the sympathetic bartender friend to Statham's gambling addicted Nick. The ensemble cast includes Stanley Tucci, Sophia Vergara, Milo Ventimiglia, Hope Davis and Michael Angarano.

Chou was cast in Michael Bay's "The Last Ship" for TNT as Officer of the Deck OOD Kane, directed by Jack Bender. In "From the Head" Chou plays Molly, Mathew Lillard's spunky and rebellious girlfriend. Chou embodied the ill-fated beauty Li Jing in HBO/Cinemax's "Black Salt", the live action comic book adaptation directed by Ben Ramsey (Big Hit, Blood & Bone). Chou's voice can be heard in "Call of Duty: Black Ops III" as well as being the Mandarin voice for Ritz-Carlton.

Additionally, Chou was the lead in 3 music video campaigns. In "What If" Chou can be seen breaking hearts as the cancer stricken heroine. In P. Diddy/Bad Boy Entertainment's "No More", Chou plays a deadly assassin hell-bent on a revenge mission. From Asia's biggest female rapper Miss Ko, comes "Let It Go" where Chou delivers a powerful, touching performance in Miss Ko's personal storyline playing young Ko's mother. Chou was personally sought after by MC Lyte after she saw Chou's heartfelt performance in "What If" and as a result, Chou was cast in the legendary rapper's comeback hits "Cravin" and "Ball".

Made in Taiwan, Sheena Chou was born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan, by her loving deaf auntie. She loved hanging with the boys and started playing poker at the tender age of 3 with her uncles and 5 male cousins. These days, Chou still enjoys hanging with the guys - diligently working on her boxing, martial arts and motorcycle skills while playing Texas Hold 'Em and shooting Airsoft guns when time permits. While doing double duty studying full time at UCLA and interning at Merrill Lynch, Chou was cast as a series lead on MTV's "Burned." Chou soon caught the bug and realized that acting was her true passion.

Chou's same passion lent her to be cast in BronzeLens Festival Best Film winner "Shanghai Hotel" a tragic film centered around the world of human trafficking and forced prostitution. The film was only casting out of New York but the film's subject matter touched Chou and she insisted on self-taping for the part, when self-taping wasn't yet a thing. After seeing Chou's tape, director Jerry Allen Davis cast her immediately and had her fly out to NYC. Chou plays Ting Na, a young woman who unfortunately along with others, gets trafficked from China to Brooklyn, NY. Ting Na turns her fears into ambition as she uses her strength to work off her debt to leave the brothel. Chou stars with Hill Harper, Eugenia Yuan, Ron Yuan and Cheng Pei Pei.

Past roles include Chou playing Pieti, a gambling prodigy in the poker fan film "Aces" and a harem beauty in 20th Century Fox's comedy hit "Meet the Spartans." Chou also worked on numerous commercial campaigns for the likes of Apple iPad, Facebook, Samsung, CareerBuilder.com, Panda Express, Walmart, Herbal Essences, T-Mobile, KFC and On-Star, national print campaigns for US Trust, LensCrafters, U.S. Postal Service, Bank of America and Apple Computers, and international TV campaigns for Budweiser, Intel and Western Union.

Danny Maze

One of the busiest and hardest working people in the industry, Danny got his start in the professional stunt world. Maze, who has worked on everything from 50 Cent and Eminem videos to video games. The Michigan born and raised actor realized this years ago and stormed the industry by way of his hometown, where many big-budget, action-packed projects, such as Michael Bay's "Transformers" franchise, have been filming for years. But Maze's actual start came through his skills on a motorcycle. After his first gig, word of mouth got him steady work in stunts. Soon enough he set up shop in Atlanta and continued his trajectory of successful bookings; recently Maze played (and died) a Savior on AMC's "The Walking Dead" and doubled Lou Ferrigno Jr. He immediately fell in love with film, and by using the same focused dedication and creative ambition found in successful stuntmen. Danny has amassed an impressive résumé in his years working in the film industry, working on music videos, feature films, and commercials. He has worked alongside some of the best during productions such as The Citizen, Love and Honor, The Expendables 2, and on commercials for eHarmony, Lifetime Network, and QuickenLoans. In an industry with many obstacles, Danny provides the drive and determination to productions that separates the successful movies from all the others. He understands the aspects of film and knows what is needed to be successful.

Metin Gungor

Metin Gungor was born in Turkey. He graduated from Marmara University and did master degree at Mimar Sinan University of fine Art (Painting) department. He joined an international competition and received 1st mention. Then He left Turkey and moved to London in 1987. There he worked for TV, Films and private collections as a traditional Artist. In the mean time, he studied acting in Lee Strasberg Studios London. In 1997 He went to Canada to studied post graduate in Visual Effects-Computer animation at Sheridan College. After his graduation he returned to England and studied another course at the Nfts Finishing school for The Art and Practice of Digital Digital composting. Then he started to work as matte painter at Mill Films. He worked in Jim Henson's Creature shop (London) as a lead Digital matte Painter and Art director. While he was working in London he also studied Film Directing in Panico Film course.

He was offered a job at Digital Domain-USA as a lead matte painter. Metin Gungor left England for the job moved to Los Angeles in 2003 There, he also studied Film directing in UCLA and NYFA After completing many short movies Metin Gungor co directed and co produced his first feature film The Fist of Righteous Harmony 2008. The film been released on DVD.

He traveled all around the world working as a matte Painter, Supervisor. He was working on Martin Scorsese Vfx Oscar winning film Hugo. Environment Supervisor for Conan and Expendables 2. He recently finished shooting a film about a Turkish Painter (Biographical drama) He Wrote the script, Produce, direct and acted in the movie. He writes his own projects storyboards them from concept to final edit. Now he lives in Europe and travels between Istanbul and London.

Ross Boyask

Ross is fast building a reputation for himself as one of England's top action film directors. He was born in Brighton and studied Media Production at Bournemouth University. Ross has shot, edited and directed in excess of forty short films including the critically acclaimed martial arts action short 'Pure Vengeance' which starred Scott Adkins ('The Bourne Ultimatum', 'Undisputed' II & III, 'The Expendables 2') and was praised by the critic Jonathan Ross who featured the film on his television show 'Stop! Kung Fu!' In 2004 Ross went on to shoot, edit and direct his first feature-length martial arts action film 'Left For Dead', which sold in nearly twenty territories including the USA, UK and France, before editing and directing the high-octane action thriller 'Ten Dead Men', which was released internationally in 2009, has been covered extensively by national and international magazines, television shows and websites, and has been very well received at film festivals including Phantasmagoria 2008.

'Ten Dead Men' was nominated for the Best Action Film award at the End Of The Pier Festival and went on to sell more than 40,000 units in the UK alone. Internationally 'Ten Dead Men' has sold to more than 20 territories and been re-released in the UK and France (as a limited steelcase edition!) due to popular demand. Ross has just delivered 'Warrioress', which was released in Japan in August 2013, has been sold to Thailand, Romania and India, was released in the UK in May 2014, and with many other distributors looking to acquire the film in 2014.

'Warrioress' had it's world premiere in official selection at the Action On Film International Film Festival in August 2013, and in 2015 Ross directed his short action thriller Salvation which has screened at numerous International Film Festivals.

Ross is currently developing a slate of cutting edge genre film and television projects, including martial arts, science fiction and horror, and is preparing to direct Vengeance in the Summer of 2016.

His key directorial influences are Walter Hill, Sam Peckinpah, John Frankenheimer, Luc Besson and John Woo.

Sarah Schachner

Combining her dynamic talents as an accomplished multi-instrumentalist and modular synth artist/programmer, International Film Music Critics Award nominated composer Sarah Schachner has developed a reputation as a bold new force in film and video game scoring for blockbuster titles such as Assassin's Creed and Call of Duty. Hailed as "A rising star in the soundtrack world" (Game Informer), Schachner's widely acclaimed Baroque classical-action score infused with analog pulses for Assassin's Creed Unity was nominated for Best Original Video Game Score by the International Film Music Critics Association and her evocative theme "Rather Death Than Slavery" featured in HBO's Game of Thrones Season 5 trailer. Schachner also previously collaborated with Ubisoft providing additional music on Far Cry 3 and Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, nominated for a 2014 BAFTA Award for Best Original Music.

In addition to her video game work, Schachner has written music for films, trailers, commercials, and TV shows. She has a long-standing relationship with composer Brian Tyler, her mentor since the beginnings of her career with whom she wrote additional music and arranging on films such as Iron Man 3, The Expendables 2, Now You See Me, and the indie thriller John Dies At The End, as well as a host of video games including Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Far Cry 3, Need For Speed: The Run, and Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel. Schachner made her solo debut into film composition with 2015's The Lazarus Effect, starring Olivia Wilde, Mark Duplass, and Donald Glover.

Lonnie Ramati

Born in New York City, New York Lonnie Ramati grew up as an Israeli (by birth) whose family had relocated to New York when he was 3. He attended Princeton University, graduated in the top 1% of his class, as English major with a minor in Economics and History, was awarded Phi Beta Kappa status, and graduated in the top 10% of his class at Osgoode Law School, an ABA recognized Canadian law school ranked as one of the top 3 law schools in Canada and practiced music and film entertainment law in Toronto, Ontario and Vancouver, British Columbia before starting his business affairs career in New York City and Los Angeles. With more than 20 years experience in business affairs in the film, television and music industries, Mr. Ramati has worked for more than 50 AFM/IFTA distribution companies and major distributors in foreign and domestic distribution of films and TV series. Known for his sincere, passionate, hard working, dedicated business affairs services as an employee who can be as comfortable doing a complicated deal as drafting a long form agreement or summarizing credits for the benefit of distributor, his experience in financing agreements, production agreements (film and TV series and movies-of-the week), distribution agreements (both domestic and foreign), soundtrack album, music publishing and record agreements provides him with substantial experience and knowledge in production and distribution business affairs for such deals.

He is a Co-Executive Producer in addition to being production business affairs on the following films: (a) Killing Season (2013) starring Robert De Niro and John Travolta directed by Mark Steven Johnson, (b) The Iceman (2013) starring Michael Shannon, Winona Ryder, Chris Evans and Ray Liotta directed by Ariel Vromen, (b) Playing For Keeps (2012) starring Gerard Butler, Jessica Biel, Dennis Quaid, Uma Thurman and Catherine Zeta Jones directed by Gabriele Muccino, (c) The Big Wedding (2012)starring Robert De Niro, Diane Keaton, Katherine Heigl, Robin Williams, Susan Sarandon and directed by Justin Zackham, (d) The Expendables 2 (2012) starring Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Jet Li, Bruce Willis, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Chuck Norris, Jean Claude Van Damme and directed by Simon West,(e) Stolen (2012) starring Nic Cage, Josh Lucas and Danny Huston directed by Simon West, and (f) Lovelace (2013) starring Amanda Seyfried, Peter Saarsgard, James Franco, Chloe Sevigny, Sharon Stone, Hank Azaria, Eric Roberts, Wes Bently, Bobby Cannavale and Debi Mazar directed by Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman.

Kevin King Templeton

For over two decades, Kevin (Producer) has been associated with Rogue Marble Productions, the production company of writer, director and actor Sylvester Stallone. During his tenure he has found his forte in the action genre, producing projects with a global reach, from the remote jungles of Brazil and Thailand to the most cosmopolitan of cities. In addition to Stallone, King-Templeton has worked with acclaimed acting icons Robert De Niro, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jason Statham, James Franco, Harrison Ford, Mel Gibson, Bruce Willis, Winona Ryder, Kate Bosworth, Wesley Snipes, Antonio Banderas, Harvey Keitel, Mickey Rourke, Michael Caine and Anthony Quinn among others. The films that the British-born King-Templeton have been involved with have showcased some of the most ambitious action sequences in motion picture history, including those for "The Expendables 3," currently in production, and the Number One box office hits "The Expendables 2" and "The Expendables." He also produced "Inferno: The Making Of The Expendables," an independent documentary which gives audiences an unvarnished look deep inside the filmmaking process of "The Expendables." In addition to "Homefront," King-Templeton also recently produced "Escape Plan" starring Stallone and Schwarzenegger for Summit Entertainment and "Bullet To The Head," director Walter Hill's first theatrical feature in a decade. Previously he produced the latest installment of "Rambo" shot in the remote inner jungles of Burma, which continued the saga of the heroic Vietnam Vet John Rambo and "Rocky Balboa" a critical and audience success, which definitively confirmed both Sylvester Stallone and "Rocky" as iconic cultural symbols. Additionally King-Templeton produced "Avenging Angelo" and "Driven" and he also served as associate producer on "Get Carter" and the critically acclaimed "Cop Land" for director James Mangold. For television he developed and produced a pilot for Paramount Pictures Television and The CBS Network entitled "Father Lefty." For the stage, King Templeton is executive producing the highly anticipated musical production "Rocky the Musical," based on the original 1976 Academy Award© winning motion picture, for Stage Entertainment in Hamburg, Germany. In March 2014 "Rocky the Musical" will open at The Winter Garden on Broadway featuring music by Stephen Flaherty and Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens. Upcoming projects have King Templeton producing "Creed" with the "Fruitvale Station" team of writer-director Ryan Coogler and leading man Michael B. Jordan. The new film will follow the grandson of Apollo Creed with Stallone planning to reprise his Rocky Balboa role, acting as the younger Creed's reluctant trainer.

Sunny Chow

Chung Woon Chow, best known as Sunny Chow, was born in Hong Kong. Age the age of 3, Sunny was discovered by an advertising agent who worked for a chocolate malt drink company, 'Milo'. The agent described Sunny as cute, happy, imaginative and relatively talkative at such a young age.

Sunny is a friendly person that he could make friends everywhere and everyone around him feels happy and comfortable easily and more importantly he earns their respects. Sunny had been popular through his schooling periods even though he transfered from school to school and country to country almost every year and he could adjust and fit well into different culture and environments easily. He said it had something to do with his mother's motto, "I am a fish in the big sea, not a fish in a fish bowl!".

In 2007, he was selected to be giving a speech on Harmony day in front of TV press and cameras and the citizen crowds of Townsville, Australia, followed by meeting the mayor of the town and having lunch together.

During his time at university in Australia while he was taking a bachelor of film & TV course, he got transfered again to study in America by his lecturer due to his outstanding academic results and his outgoing personality. Sunny took his advise and then joined New York Film Academy (NYFA) in Manhattan, New York. It was then Sunny made his first short film, 'Smoothie', which later got some well known filmmakers' attention that he got offered to work for his favorite horror TV series 'Supernatural', 'Saw 3D' and 'The Expendables 2'. Sunny has been awarded several times including the two times winner for his editing projects 'Salute in Supernatural' created by Creation Entertainment in America and Canada.

In his daily life, he writes a lot and he loves dreaming in his sleep because he thinks that is where most of his imaginations come from. He keeps himself in a good shape by working out twice a day and every time he increases difficulties in each set of workout. He believes that he has to work hard in order to earn what he deserves and he just never quits what he is going after.

He was given this name 'Sunny' by his biological mother, Lisa Bowie, after the death of his father. The reason Lisa named his son 'Sunny' was because she strongly believed that even the most tragical event happened in life like a death of a father, he must learn how to deal with problems and frustrations and face the world without sadness and giving up what he is going after.; he must live life happily while fighting through it positively. She wants her son to spread out his spirit to everyone as if the sun shinning the land.

Tony Crookes

Born in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, UK - to parents Janette and Brian Crookes. Tony has 3 brothers; Jason being the eldest and John and Ben, the two younger ones. Tony is engaged to Actress Leanne Sims, Which they first met Filming. He is also father to Rhys, Caitlin and Isabelle.

From an early age Tony was interested in film and TV; studying media and drama at school but not taking it any further until 2011 when he appeared in his first film, 'Diamond Jack', taking on the role of a future cop. This was followed by a more promising role as an office boss in the feature film 'New Beginnings'. In 2012 he starred in the successful zombie feature film 'The Eschatrilogy' which went on to win an award for the best zombie film of the year. Tony worked on the film 'The Wraith' with Terri Dwyer ('Hollyoaks' and 'Loose Women') in which he played a tramp. In Year 2013 he starred in Green Street 3 Underground playing a Football Hooligan, He played aside Hollywood Actor Scott Adkins (The Expendables 2)and other top Actors/Actress. This Year (2014) He Filmed "walking on sunshine" with Leona Lewis which is due to come out in the cinema's.

He has Just finished the TV Series Crimes that shook Britain and Also starred in Crimes that shook Austria

In addition he has starred in TV adverts; one for the UK market playing a shopper in 'Holland and Barrett' and one to be released internationally in which he played a customer for Genting Casino, he Also did the Big Advert Viva Ad for Manchester United .

Tony began training in martial arts when he was 10 and was taught by Master Shabir Akhtar, a well known figure within the martial arts circle. Shabir Akhtar was the first person in the country to have won both the ITF and WTF heavy weight titles. Tony's parents opened a Martial Arts school in his home town of Ossett in 1995 and Tony soon took up teaching within the family business. He achieved his black belt at the age of 14 and still works as a martial arts instructor now.

He loves being an inspiration to his students as well as training and learning a range of Martial Arts and Weapons. He took his 3rd Dan in Tae Kwon Do in 2013.

Adriana Yankulova

Adriana Yankulova is Bulgarian cinematographer and photographer. She graduated the Bulgarian Film Academy, and she is now one of the leading movie makers and still photographers in the new Bulgarian Cinema generation. Adriana work on the movie's set like Expendables 2 ( where she did "The Making of" movie), "St. George Shoots the Dragon" , "Ivan Poddubny, "Valentino", Baciamo le Mani" , " Hunter of sounds,"Riders","Hercules" and more.Among her TV credits are one of the most popular Bulgarian TV shows and commercials : Bulgaria's got Talent, The Magnificent Six, McDonalds and UniCredit. Adriana was cinematographer and director of various music videos, with one of the most famous Bulgarian singers.

Marieta Petchanska

Marieta Petchanska graduated film studies and started her career in Madrid, Spain. Her first student film called "Amores Condicionales" (Conditional Loves) is selected at Valencia Short Film Festival at 2005. She has made documentaries and experimental videos in Spain, Cuba, Mexico and North America. She has worked for many years as a documentarist and vj for the Latin Grammy Awarded Rapper Mala Rodriguez. The visual art of Marieta Petchanska is accompanying the shows of the artist on the World Wide music scene.

She shoots music videos and plenty of creative interviews and short documentaries for Universal Music Spain and MTV. In Bulgaria she works with the crew of Sofia International Film Festival as a coordinator of Balkan Screenings at Sofia Meetings and Robert Bosch Program for young filmmakers. She also works with the team of Waterfront Film. The opening video of Sofia International Film Festival for 2010 was directed by Marieta Petchanska and nominated at the Festival of the Association of the Advertising Agencies held every year at Albena (FARA).

Marieta Petchanska has shot music video clips for a Bulgarian, Spainsh, Cuban and Dutch bands. She has also worked at some American productions at Nu Boyana Films (The Expendables 2, Lake Placed 3, The Frost Giant) in casting and AD departments. Her second short film "Faith" was selected for a special screening at the 19th International Film Festival "Love is folly" held in Varna, Bulgaria. Her newest innovative project "Conscious Cinema" has gained great popularity since its first public showcase in September 2013.

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