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Christopher Daniel Barnes

Christopher Daniel Barnes was born on November 7, 1972 in Portland, Maine, USA. He is an actor, known for The Little Mermaid (1989), Spider-Man (1994), The Brady Bunch Movie (1995) and A Very Brady Sequel (1996). Barnes moved to New York when he was eight years old, where he began his acting career. He moved to Los Angeles for the television series Starman (1986) and followed that show with the sitcom Day by Day (1987). His credits span diverse genres of film and television over the course of more than three decades. Barnes earned his BA in 2004, and his MA in 2009. He enjoys reading, writing short stories, playing the guitar, and practicing Yoga.

Anneliese van der Pol

Anneliese van der Pol was born on September 23, 1984 in Naaldwijk, Netherlands, to Dyan Ross and Willem van der Pol. She moved to the United States when she was a young child. Her American-born mother named her after Holocaust victim Anne Frank. A graduate of the Musical Theater Program at The Orange County High School of the Arts, California, Anneliese (pronounced AH-na-LEE-zah) has already made an impressive mark in the world of entertainment. For her captivating performance as Eva Péron in the Buena Park Civic Theater production of Evita, she not only won rave reviews from the Los Angeles Times but also earned a place in history as the the youngest actress - at the age of 15 - to play the role in a professional production. More recently, Anneliese starred as Laurey in Oklahoma! for Austin Musical Theater, and received both an Austin Critics Table Award nomination for "Best Actress In a Musical" and a B. Iden Payne Award nomination for "Best Featured Actress in a Musical." In 2009, Van der Pol returned to theatre in Theatre Under the Star's Musical Production of Meet Me in St. Louis as Esther Smith, in Houston.

On television, she starred as Chelsea Daniels, Raven's best friend and sidekick who often draws her into humorous escapades in the Disney Channel original comedy series That's So Raven. The series went on to become Disney's most successful show to date surpassing the 100th episode mark.

On the big screen, Van der Pol starred in Divorce: The Musical. Van der Pol also appeared in one of the Summer's most anticipated film, Bratz as Avery.

With Disney, Van der Pol participated in many musical projects. She performed part of the theme song for That's So Raven, and was also a part of the Disney Channel Circle of Stars which recorded covers of "The Circle of Life" and "A Dream is a Wish your Heart Makes" along with other Disney Stars. Van der Pol was also asked to record the main track, "Over It", for the Disney Channel Original Movie, Stuck in the Suburbs. Van der Pol also recorded several tracks for the "That's So Raven Too!" Soundtrack, including the album's second single, "A Day in the Sun." In attempt to jump start a musical career, she has worked with veteran music producer/song writer, Bob Esty and Jud Friedman on her first Demo CD.

Van der Pol made her Broadway debut in 2007 as Broadway's final Belle in "Beauty and the Beast." The musical ran for 13 years before closing to make room for "The Little Mermaid". "Beauty and the Beast" is Broadway's sixth-longest running production in history. in 2009, Anneliese originate the role of Kathy in Off-Broadway's "Vanities" and recorded the show's Original Cast Recording.

Stephanie Katherine Grant

Stephanie Katherine started singing at six months and made her onstage debut at Dollywood at two. At the ripe old age of four, she took up the cello. This focused young girl soon realized that her true calling was acting and hasn't looked back since turning seven.

In 2009, (age nine) Stephanie Katherine's family moved from Kingsport, Tennessee to Los Angeles to nurture her career. Within weeks, she booked her first short film followed by a guest role on CBS' Criminal Minds.

Stephanie Katherine was featured in the 2013 Cannes hit, Max Rose, playing the granddaughter of the legendary Jerry Lewis. She is attached to lead roles in the upcoming independents, And The Snow Lay Around (executive produced by Emma Thompson and George Pelecanos) and the German dramatic feature, Wonder Girls.

In 2013, she guest starred on Nickelodeon's hit series, Dead Time Stories, playing Princess Giana, a friendly ghost trapped in a medieval castle.

Numerous roles on network television pilots include the 2013 ABC Rob Cordry comedy, Spy, based on a popular UK series as well as the first episode of NBC's Save Me, starring Anne Heche. Sky has also been seen on the popular website Funny or Die in Grandsons of Anarchy, as a street tough pickpocket named Madonna.

S.K.'s stage work includes Los Angeles' Geffen Playhouse production of Coney Island Christmas (2012). During her run at the Geffen, SK booked an Amazon Kindle commercial, who was so committed to the young actress that they arranged their shoot dates around her Geffen availability. Within minutes of shooting, the director who has worked with Meryl Streep said, "Mark my words, this kid is a Streep."

It's clear that the sky is the limit for young Stephanie Katherine Grant. There aren't many thirteen year olds who speak Greek, French and Kirwandan, are award-winning cellists, and have won first place in the Tennessee State Fair Singing Competition performing "Part Of Your World" from The Little Mermaid. An adult came in second.

Drew Seeley

Drew Seeley grew up in Toronto where he first fell in love with performing. At age 11, he was cast in Hal Prince's revival of Showboat and stayed with the production for a year. Two years later, he got his first guitar, began writing songs, and hasn't looked back since.

In 2005 Drew started working with established producer Ray Cham and together they wrote "Getcha Head in the Game" for Disney's quadruple platinum High School Musical soundtrack. This garnered them an Emmy nomination in the "Best Original Song and Lyrics" category. In addition, Drew co-starred in the North American and Latin American tours of "High School Musical: The Concert" playing in 60,000 seat arenas. Drew's song and video "Dance with Me", from the platinum Cheetah Girls 2 soundtrack, can be seen on the Disney Channel and he also appeared in Belinda Peregrin's music video "Ni Freud, Ni Tu Mama".

He wrote and performed music for the Disney Channel Original Movie "Jump In!" starring Corbin Bleu, and his spin on America's 'Magic' was released on the "Wizards of Waverly Place" soundtrack. Drew also made a guest appearance on the Chipmunks CD "Undeniable", singing Shake Your Groove Thing with Alvin and the gang. He has recently been on a national tour performing original music from his debut album 'The Resolution'

Drew's acting career has included guest starring roles on One Tree Hill, Dawson's Creek, Guiding Light, and more recently, Warner Premiere's Another Cinderella Story in which he stars as pop star Joey Parker opposite Selena Gomez. Drew also co-wrote and performs 4 songs in the film. One of these songs, New Classic, enjoyed a slot on Radio Disney's Top 10 countdown for 2 months, and the music video has surpassed 3 million views on YouTube.

In 2009, Drew tried his hand at Broadway, taking on the role of Prince Eric in 'The Little Mermaid'. He was part of the show through the end of it's run, and recorded an alternate version of Prince Eric's song 'Her Voice' which was released on the DisneyMania 7 album. The music video for 'Her Voice' can also now be seen on YouTube.

Additionally, Drew starred alongside 30 Rock's Katrina Bowden in the Adam Sandler produced film, The Shortcut, reunited with HSM alum Lucas Grabeel for the rock musical, 'I Kissed A Vampire', and portrayed the title character in the Hallmark Channel original movie, 'Freshman Father'. The film, which is based on a true story, also includes 'Best at the Time', co-penned by Drew.

Most recently, Drew starred in the TBS series, Glory Daze, playing an aspiring politician named Jason Wilson.

Drew resides in sunny Los Angeles and spends as much time at the beach as possible.

Michael Campion

Michael Campion has always wanted to become a successful actor. He was thrilled to work on the new Fuller House as "Jackson Fuller". He previously worked on Christmas Trade, with Billy Baldwin (aka William Baldwin) and Denise Richards. He also starred in the feature films, Robo-Dog and Robo-Dog: Airborne, and has been featured in numerous Local and National commercials. Michael also loves the theater and has performed with Magic Curtain Productions in "The Wizard of Oz", "Annie" and "The Little Mermaid", just to name a few. When he isn't working on becoming an actor, he enjoys water sports, video games, performing magic tricks and hanging with friends. Michaels lives in Florida, with his parents, where he also visits all of the Theme Parks.

Billy Howle

Billy Howle was born in Stoke-On-Trent, to a schoolteacher mother and a father who teaches at Kent University, the second of four sons. His older brother, Sam, is a graphic designer. Despite his parents' academic backgrounds, Billy has said that he was not interested in further education, and worked instead at the local Stephen Joseph theatre, in community-based projects involving dance and acting. After a year at drama school he then enrolled at the prestigious Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, graduating in 2013. Having appeared at Bristol in 'The Little Mermaid' his next stage appearance was in New York at the Brooklyn Academy of Music opposite Lesley Manville in Richard Eyre's production of Ibsen's 'Ghosts' and a year later was reunited with Bristol Old Vic, the director and Ms Manville in a scorching production of 'Long Day's Journey Into Night' alongside Jeremy Irons - another Bristol Old Vic alumnus - Hadley Fraser and Jessica Regan, more than holding his own with his older, more experienced co-stars. After a couple of small roles in television drama Billy's first substantial lead came in the youth-orientated murder mystery 'Glue' in 2014, opening the first scene in memorable style as he rolled nude down stacks of grain in a barn. In 2016 he was in another murder mystery 'The Witness For the Prosecution' as the defendant accused of killing his wealthy benefactress, by which time he had filmed his first forays into cinema, Chekhov's 'The Seagull, 'The Sense of an Ending'' and 'On Chesil Beach' with Saoirse Ronan.

Francine York

Francine York was born in the small mining town of Aurora, Minnesota to her parents, Frank and Sophie Yerich. When Francine was five, her family (including her younger sister, Deanne) moved to Cleveland, where she began to write short stories and take an interest in acting. At age nine, Francine made her theatrical debut in the Hodge Grammar School production of Cinderella, playing Griselda. Initially quite upset that she did not get the starring role, Francine ended up stealing the show with her performance as the evil stepsister. Right after the show, Francine ran into the audience and told her mother that she wanted to be an actress.

When Francine was age 12, the family moved back to Aurora, where she continued to perform in class plays, as well as writing, producing, directing and starring in a three-act play called "Keen Teens or Campus Quarantine". Francine, displaying an entrepreneurial spirit at a young age, charged five cents admission to the show, and the whole town turned out for the production.

While studying journalism and drama at Aurora High School, Francine worked as the feature editor of the school newspaper, Aurora Borealis, and she won all of the school's declamation contests with her dramatic readings. Additionally, she was the baton-twirling majorette for the school band, and active in the 4-H club, where she won several blue ribbons for cooking in both county and state fairs. This proved to be valuable experience for Francine later on, when she would not only host, but do all of the gourmet cooking for dinner parties for some of Hollywood's biggest names.

At age 17, Francine won the Miss Eveleth contest (Eveleth being a nearby town), and became a runner-up in the Miss Minnesota contest, which was hosted by former Miss America BeBe Shopp. For the talent portion of the Miss Minnesota pageant, Francine, who was not afraid to be less than glamorous during a performance, donned some old clothes, removed her makeup, grayed her hair, and performed a reading of a monologue called "The Day That Was That Day" by Amy Lowell, in which she played a dual role of two elderly Southern women. BeBe Shopp encouraged Francine in her theatrical ambitions, and predicted that she would end up in Hollywood very soon. At this point, however, Hollywood was still a dream for Francine, who wanted desperately to leave Minnesota and make her mark in show business.

Moving to Minneapolis, she got a job modeling sweaters for New York-based Jane Richards Sportswear and began traveling throughout the United States, ending up in San Francisco. After leaving Jane Richards, Francine began a modeling course at the House of Charm agency, which started her off on a very successful modeling career for all of the major department stores, including Macy's. Her modeling work got the attention of the producers of the Miss San Francisco beauty pageant, which she subsequently entered and was voted runner-up, but ended up taking over the title after the winner became too sick to participate. Soon after, Francine got a job as a showgirl at Bimbo's, a well-known San Francisco nightclub, which was highly disapproved of by Francine's modeling agency, but this turned out to be the right choice for Francine when she met Bimbo's headliner, singer Mary Meade French, who brought Francine to Hollywood and, later, got her signed with her first agent.

Arriving in Los Angeles, Francine once again found herself working as a showgirl at Frank Sennes' Moulin Rouge, a popular nightclub on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, where she performed in three shows a night, seven nights a week for six months. Tired of sharing a stage with elephants, pigeons and horses, she moved on to pursue her acting career and began study with famed actor/teacher Jeff Corey. While performing in Corey's class, Francine was spotted by a theatrical producer, who cast her in a play called "Whisper in God's Ear" at the Circle Theatre. During this time, the same producer gave Francine her very first movie role, starring in Secret File: Hollywood, a film about the day-to-day operations of a sleazy Hollywood tabloid. The movie premiered in Francine's hometown of Aurora, which gave her the biggest thrill of her life as the whole town, the press, her family, friends, and even the high school band turned out at the airport to greet her with banners proclaiming, "Welcome Home, Francine!"

Francine's first big break came when Jerry Lewis cast her in his film It's Only Money, in which she played a tantalizing sexpot, a role which brought her a tremendous amount of publicity. This led to Lewis hiring her for five more of his films, including The Nutty Professor, The Patsy, The Disorderly Orderly, The Family Jewels and Cracking Up, in which she played a fifteenth century marquise. Other notable film appearances include Bedtime Story (with Marlon Brando and David Niven), Tickle Me (with Elvis Presley), Cannon for Cordoba (with George Peppard), and science fiction cult films Curse of the Swamp Creature, Mutiny in Outer Space and Space Probe Taurus. Francine's most popular film was the cult classic The Doll Squad, where she played Sabrina Kincaid, leader of an elite team of gorgeous female assassins who attempt to stop a diabolical madman from destroying the world with a deadly plague virus. Francine also delivered a stunning performance as Marilyn Monroe in an otherwise lackluster film, Marilyn Alive and Behind Bars. (Film critic Tom Weaver has been quoted as saying that Francine's performances often rise above the low-budget films she has been cast in.) More recently, Francine played Nicolas Cage's mother-in-law in The Family Man.

Francine has also had tremendous success in television, with appearances on Route 66, Hawaiian Eye, 77 Sunset Strip, My Favorite Martian, Burke's Law, Perry Mason, Batman, Gomer Pyle: USMC, Lost in Space, It Takes a Thief, Green Acres, The Wild Wild West, Ironside, I Dream of Jeannie, Love, American Style, Mannix, Bewitched, Adam-12, Mission: Impossible, Kojak, Columbo, Matlock, The King of Queens and Las Vegas, among many others. Francine's personal favorites among her television roles include her portrayal of nineteenth century British actress Lily Langtry in the Death Valley Days episode "Picture of a Lady", and her role as the princess opposite Shirley Temple (one of Francine's childhood idols) in NBC's presentation of Hans Christian Andersen's "The Little Mermaid". One of Francine's other favorite roles was that of high-class prostitute and blackmailer Lorraine Temple on Days of Our Lives.

While Francine was enjoying great success as a film and television actress, she was also making a name for herself as a fitness/nutrition expert and gourmet cook. She made many appearances on television demonstrating her culinary skills, and many of her recipes, as well as her exercise programs, were published in national health magazines. Francine also became known as one of Hollywood's leading hostesses, cooking for such celebrities as Clint Eastwood, Rex Harrison, Vincent Price, Regis Philbin, Jean Stapleton, Neil Sedaka, James Arness, Glenn Ford and Peter Ustinov.

Francine continued to act in films and on television. Two recent television appearances include Hot in Cleveland (as British matriarch Lady Natalie), and Bucket and Skinner's Epic Adventures (as Aunt Bitsy). She was also quite busy working on her autobiography, something her fans are looking forward to with great interest. In 1996, she met director Vincent Sherman (Mr. Skeffington, The Adventures of Don Juan, The Young Philadelphians), and was his companion until his death in 2006. Francine never married - she once said, "Like Cinderella, I always wanted to marry the handsome prince...but they don't make glass slippers in size ten!" On January 6, 2017, Francine York died of cancer at age 80 in Van Nuys, California.

Gabe White

Gabe grew up in Houston, Texas, the middle of 5 children. As a young boy he attended an Elementary School with a dual language Spanish program and was immersed in Spanish and is consequently bilingual. He attended St. Francis Episcopal Day School where he played Varsity Football, Soccer and Lacrosse and served as a student representative on the athletic and student councils. Gabe supported his younger twin siblings by serving as a volunteer football and basketball assistant coach.

Growing up in Texas, Gabe enjoyed many sports in addition to the ones he is now involved including golf, tennis, basketball, and swimming competitively. He is an accomplished pianist and has taken classical piano for 6 years. When he turned 9, he began taking classes at HITS Theatre and enjoyed developing his skills in musical theatre. A few of the roles which he was cast included Rooster in Annie, Oz in Wizard of Oz, Trevor Graydon in Annie, Danny Zucko in Grease, and Prince Eric in Little Mermaid. In addition, he began training for film and commercial acting, and modeled for several events professionally and to raise funds for organizations such as "MD Anderson, Cancer Institute" and "Children's Advocates of Houston." He discovered his real love theatre and acting and attended the Alley Conservatory in Houston at the age of eleven at which he wrote and performed his own monologue, in the production, "Ghosts." He has gone on to play Teen Ebenezer and Peter Cratchit at the Alley Theatre in Houston for the last 3 years in "A Christmas Carol."

His film credits include My Father Die, role of younger Asher, The Elving Project, role of Finn, Framed: The Adventures of Zion Man, role of Bruno, The Surface, role of younger Peter, Brotherhood of the Traveling Pants Parody, role of Bailey, Dust Theory, role of older Milo, Snakebite, role of Tyler, Bastards, student and Doublecrossed, role of Caleb. He loves acting and portraying both dramatic and complex characters as well as characters with a comedic flair and wit. He is also developing a passion for screenplay writing and hopes to one day write and direct as well.

Isabella Alberti

Bella Alberti is a Southeastern actress. She spent her early years growing up in Denver, Colorado, and then moved to the Gulf Coast at age eight. She has one younger sister, Angelina Alberti, also an actress. Bella developed her love of acting on stage in both children's theatre and regional theatre, where she enjoyed performing in a variety of productions, ranging from The Sound of Music (Marta Von Trapp) & Annie (Pepper) to The Little Mermaid, Jr. (Flotsam) & Seussical, Jr. (Cat in the Hat) . After appearing as a featured Discovery Girl in the 2011 Back-to-School Issue of Discovery Girls Magazine, Isabella signed with Barefoot Models & Talent Agency and East Coast Talent Agency . Roles in indie film and television projects soon followed, beginning with her first lead role as Cadet Lily Malotte in the pilot episode of Scienstars. She was very fortunate to work on a variety of faith-based print, film and music video projects with Lifeway and Cokesbury as well. Bella has enjoyed acting throughout the Southeast from New Orleans to Nashville and Atlanta to Savannah. She has had the opportunity to do extensive green screen work and music video choreography. Her favorite on set moments include having sfx makeup applied for a sci-fi film, filming dance choreography on a flow rider, and working with stunt coordinators on professional fight scene choreography. Isabella is a high school student with a passion for writing, especially poetry, and she enjoys competing as a spoken word poet. Bella is a singer, jewelry designer, artist and avid reader, maintaining her love of learning while pursuing her first love, acting.

Sierra Boggess

Sierra Marjory Boggess was born May 20, 1982. She is best known for her roles as Ariel in the Broadway production of "The Little Mermaid" and Christine Daae in "The Phantom of the Opera". Her career started when she was cast in the Ensemble and as the understudy of Cosette in the US Tour of Les Miserables. Her other works include her portraying Maria in West Side Story, Charity in Sweet Charity, and Polly in the Boy Friend. She has also played the role of Christine Daae for the Las Vegas production of "The Phantom of the Opera". Sierra is the middle child of Kellun Turner Boggess and Michael Boggess. She was raised in Denver, Colorado with her sisters Summer and Allegra. Summer was part of the orchestra for "The Little Mermaid" and "The Phantom of the Opera" when Sierra was in the shows. Sierra has been engaged to former West End "Love Never Dies" co-star Tam Mutu. Since then, rumors have been circulating that the two of them have recently broken off their engagement due to reasons that were never fully explained.

Lexy Kolker

Alexa Kolker who goes by Lexy was born on August 17th, 2009 and is already making waves in the entertainment industry. She was introduced to acting as a toddler. Lexy booked her first role on an internet commercial for Shell which led to additionally booking three national commercials.

Lexy is best known for her work on the USA network action thriller, "Shooter" playing Mary Swagger the daughter of Ryan Phillippe and Shantel Vansanten's characters. Shooter has brought Lexy a lot of media attention for her acting and even led to her being nominated for the 2016 Young Entertainment Awards for Guest Star actresses aged 9 years and younger. In March 2017, Lexy traveled to South Africa to shoot a major Guest Star role in the CW pilot, "Searchers" where she plays a fanciful girl named Fable at the age of 8.

Lexy has also played strong supporting roles in four indie films and one lead role in an emotional film about the 911 aftermath in "Our Little Secret". Her most recent film she plays opposite Shirley McClaine in 'A Little Mermaid' due to be released toward the end 2017 where she is told the real life story of the classic fairy tale, 'The Little Mermaid'.

Outside of film and television acting, Lexy loves to sing and perform live. Even at her tender age Lexy performs on stage in school and community theatre. Lexy has performed roles for Peter Pan, Hairspray, Aladdin Jr., and Seussical the musical. She has already developed a loyal fan following on all the major social media sites and makes charity event appearances along with her sister, Ava. Lexy's family, friends, and acting team are all excited to see what else is in store for this triple threat child actress.

Edan Gross

Edan Gross (also billed as "Edon" Gross) appeared as a guest on many popular television programs from the 80s and the 90s. This include Northern Exposure, Married with Children, Cheers, Murphy Brown, The Golden Girls, Empty Nest, Newhart, Highway to Heaven and Herman's Head. He was featured as a regular on the short-lived sitcoms Sweet Surrender (NBC, 1987), Free Spirit (ABC, 1989-1990) and Walter & Emily (NBC, 1991-1992). He was also the voice of the Good Guy dolls in Child's Play, the "Corky doll" from the Cricket doll series, the title character of the animated series Little Dracula, and Flounder on the animated series The Little Mermaid, and additional voice work on numerous animated specials.

Edan Gross was the President of 3TAC Distribution Inc. from December 17, 2013 until its dissolution on April 1, 2016.

Meg Crosbie

Meg Crosbie was born on July 11, 2003 in Charlotte, NC. She recently landed the role of Ruthie in John Green's Paper Towns starring Cara Delevigne and Nat Wolff set to come out June 2015. Meg also has a lead role in the upcoming animated feature film RoboDog (2015) featuring Ellen Page, Steve Zahn, Chris Colfer and Ron Perlman. Meg just wrapped up a film with Director Paul Weitz featuring Lily Tomlin and Julia Garner set to come out in 2015. Meg had her movie debut in Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa (2013) where she played the role of a pageant contestant.

Meg has appeared in several commercials for Beados, Glitzi Globes, and Barbie Fab Sizzle. She can also be seen as a child model in many different catalogs and magazines. Meg also enjoys walking the catwalk in high fashion runway shows.

At age four, Meg began taking dance and gymnastics lessons where she discovered her passion for performing and love of the stage. Meg won several National Dance Awards including Solo and Trio National Titles and had the opportunity to work with many amazing professional choreographers. She has performed with several professional theatrical companies in their productions of Scrooge the Musical, Dr. Seuss's Cat in the Hat, Miracle on 34th Street, Disney's Tarzan the Musical and The Little Mermaid. Meg has also performed in Beauty and The Beast, Bye Bye Birdie, and The Nativity Story.

Kelly Asbury

Kelly Asbury is the Director of Sony Pictures Animation's upcoming all-new CG-animated feature film reboot of the popular Smurfs franchise, Smurfs: The Lost Village (working title only), set for release on March 31, 2017.

Asbury also Directed and Co-Wrote the 3D computer-animated feature film, Gnomeo & Juliet (Disney/Touchstone 2011).

Asbury's other past directorial efforts include the Oscar-nominated films, Shrek 2 (DreamWorks 2004) and Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (DreamWorks 2002).

During his over thirty year career as an animation artist, Kelly Asbury has served many creative capacities on some of Hollywood's most popular animated films, including "Frozen" (Disney 2013), "Wreck-It Ralph" (Disney 2013), "Shrek" (DreamWorks 2001), "Toy Story" (Disney/Pixar 1995), "Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas" (Disney/Touchstone 1993), "Beauty and the Beast" (Disney 1992) and "The Little Mermaid" (Disney 1989).

Asbury also provided a variety of character voices on "Gnomeo and Juliet" (Disney/Touchstone 2011) and "Shrek 2" (DreamWorks 2001).

In addition to films, Asbury is a noted author and illustrator of several published children's books, as well as having written and compiled the offbeat, non-fiction book, "Dummy Days - America's Favorite Ventriloquists from Radio and Early TV" (Angel City Press - 2003)

Kelly Asbury resides in Southern California.

Katelyn Mager

Since she was 4 years old Katelyn has been winning the hearts of fans in every role that she plays. Now 15 the young beauty has already developed into a 'seasoned actress' with skills well beyond her years.

When Katelyn performed the role of the beloved Young Thalia in the feature 'Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters' (2013), Katelyn was playing a character that mirrored herself almost exactly. Confident, passionate, unstoppable, Katelyn throws herself into her characters with the same dedication she commits to her many competitive sports.

Katelyn's film career began in 2009 when she performed the role of a child dying from heart failure in the feature film 'Damage' with Steve Austin. In only her second role, Katelyn was cast as the supporting lead as Dolph Lundgren's daughter in the feature 'The Killing Machine' (2010). Later that year Katelyn won roles in various television projects including the well-known series 'Supernatural' and in 'Life Unexpected' as the younger best friend of Britt Robertson ('Tomorrowland').

Success continued for Katelyn when she was cast to play the extremely complex and challenging role of an Asperger's patient in the television film 'Normal' (2011) opposite Carrie-Anne Moss. For the role, Katelyn needed to convincingly portray her character's numerous afflictions which included both head and eye ticks as well as a hand-washing obsession while portraying her character's internal emotions and delivering her lines. The Asperger expert on set stated that there was nothing that she could teach the young actress that she wasn't already doing; Katelyn was only 11 years old.

Another of her many characters was that as fan-favourite Rachel Stonelake in the Hallmark Television Series 'When Calls the Heart' (2014-2015). However, Katelyn's greatest dramatic work to-date has been her role as Charlotte in the feature film 'Charlotte's Song' (2015) in which she stars opposite Iwan Rheon ('Game of Thrones'). A dark homage to Hans Christian Anderson's 'Little Mermaid' set in the 1930s dustbowl, Katelyn's portrayal of the amphibious siren who falls prey to a nefarious benefactor (Rheon) is a clear sign of the many award-nominated star performances we will see from her throughout her career.

Just 6 years after her first dramatic entry into the film and television industry, Katelyn has amassed over 20 film and television credits and has won numerous accolades for her performances including 2 Young Actor Awards (Hollywood), 4 Joey Awards (Canada), and her recent nomination for a Leo Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in 'Charlotte's Song'.

Brian D'Addario

Brian is a native of Long Island New York. He debuted on Broadway in the role of Gavroche in the 2006 revival of Les Miserables and originated the role of Flounder in the Broadway production of Disney's The Little Mermaid. (Brian can be heard on the original Broadway cast album of The Little Mermaid.) Brian's greatest passion is for rock & roll. He has been playing guitar for several years and is a songwriter. He often collaborates with his brother, Michael, who is also a musician/actor.

Farris Turner

Farris Anne Turner is an actress who was born on June 13, 2001 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. She first discovered her love of acting at the age of five, when she had the opportunity to be on stage in a local community theatre show. She fell in love instantly, and has been training and performing ever since. At the age of nine, she was cast in The National Tour of the Wizard of Oz. On her following birthday, she told her parents that all she wanted was an agent. Outside of acting, she enjoys volleyball, gymnastics, playing guitar, reading, meeting new people and of course, cheering on the Alabama Crimson Tide. She has played a variety of diverse characters, some of her favorites being Lucy (Black), Jetsam (The Little Mermaid) and Violet (Willy Wonka). Farris loves homeschooling and being an only child, and the freedom that these have given her to pursue her dreams.

Ron Krauss

Upon graduating Syracuse University, Ronald Krauss received first break working for Roger Corman at his legendary Venice Beach Studio. There he would learn all aspects of movie-making, and eventually was given his first directing opportunity there. Thereafter, he spent his 20's working on advertisements and music videos with Lit, Nas, Luca, Whitney Houston, Guns and Roses and Joe. His work won him recognition and a number of awards but it was his first short film, Puppies For Sale (1998), starring Jack Lemmon that got him critical acclaim. Written and Directed by Krauss, the film won the Bronze Gryphon at the Giffoni Film Festival, The Crystal Heart at the Heartland Film Festival and "Best Short Film" in more than twenty other film festivals worldwide, including, The Berlin International, Rimouski International, Palm Springs International and the Aspen Film Festival, The film was licensed to Disney Studios and became one of the first short films in many years to be shown theatrically accompanying the special re-release of Walt Disney' Pictures The Little Mermaid (1998). Puppies For Sale was an opportunity for Ronald to get personal sharing his own life experiences as someone who overcame life's obstacles and challenges at an early age. These same themes would become the basis for all of Krauss' work to follow. Soon after, he wrote and directed his first feature film, Rave (2000) continuing to receive critical acclaim winning "Best Picture" and "Audience Choice" awards from film festivals worldwide. He also made his way into TV writing and directing his first major network series Chicken Soup For The Soul (2000), starring Martin Sheen and Charles Durning, based on the national best selling books, His follow-up film, Alien Hunter (2003), starring James Spader, was also highly successful, making Krauss one of Hollywood's fast rising and most sought after writer and directors.

Erin Marie Garrett

Accomplished Actress, Television Host, Model and Entertainer continues to electrify audiences both on-camera and on stage. Always up for a challenge, and a self-proclaimed adrenaline junkie; this California native is a strong, innovative, dynamic and highly talented woman. With quite an impressive resume in the entertainment industry both nationally and internationally, she has appeared in lead and supporting roles in many feature films, commercials, broadcasts, publications and ads in principal roles including FOX & Friends, Time Warner Cable Sports, Geraldo at Large, CNN, MTV2, TMZ, NBC, TNT, Warner Bros television, New Balance, Planet Muscle Magazine, Physique Magazine, Maxim, Ironman Fitness, American Racing, Men's Fitness, Muscle Milk, Miller Lite and more. She has appeared in three Supporting roles in features, "The Harrowing" (2017 release) as "Bethany", "Knucklebones" (2016 release) as "Mely" and "Ghost Note" (2016 release) as "Dawn" and also in a Lead role as "Sky" another feature film, "Little Mermaid" (2017 release), a dark adaptation of Hans Christian Anderson's original work. She is also set to appear in another lead role as "Jessie" in a feature film, in pre-production, called "Shadows in the Moonlight". She has had the honor of working alongside such names as director/producer Garry A. Brown (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Breakout Kings, Prison Break, Walker Texas Ranger); Erica Leerhsen (Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Book of Shadows-Blair Witch 2) director Jon Keeyes (Living And Dying, American Nightmare), Billy Zane (Titanic, Back To The Future), Pruitt Taylor Vince (Constantine, Monster, Natural Born Killers), Casper Van Dien (Starship Troopers, Sleepy Hollow), producer Gray Frederickson (The Godfather I, II, III, Apocalypse Now), Matthew Thompkins (Sicario, Parkland, Machete) Lacey Chabert (Party of Five, Mean Girls), Kelly Giddish (Law & Order, All My Children), Cole Hauser (Good Will Hunting, 2Fast-2Furious), Jesse Metcalfe (John Tucker Must Die, Desperate Housewives), Amaury Nolasco (Transformers, A Good Day To Die Hard) along with a few other well-known names. As a professional football player for the Lingerie Football League's Dallas Desire (now called the 'Legends' Football League), she took the field as a defensive end, running back and tight end. She was a league media personality and icon gracing the cover of the LFL's 2010 calendar, featured in Maxim, and won the league's first ever Mortaza Award for passion, determination and excellence on and off the field; and was also a member of the All-Fantasy team for the all-star game at the historic Monterrey Arena in Monterrey, Mexico. This garnered the attention of casting directors for NBC television show "Chase" and she began working as a Stunt Double for Kelly Giddish. Erin was also featured in Physique Magazine for her work on the show. Shortly after the end of that series, she was cast as a Stunt Performer on TNT's new remake of the famed television series "Dallas". In addition to her acting credentials, she was a live TV Host/Sideline Reporter for Time Warner Cable Sports Texas, as well as Texas Cheerleader Magazine's televised state competitions. She was on for two seasons as a host with TWC Sports; and has also had numerous radio appearances during her two-year reign as "Miss Arenacross", promoting Clear Channel's national motocross tour. Notably, she is a trained vocalist and choreographer with over 10 years of experience in the performing arts. One of her music ventures was singing, rapping & writing in a Hip Hop/Pop group called "The Wax Poetics". She performed solo and with her band, at venues such as The House of Blues, Lone Star Park, the original Texas Stadium; and has performed nationally at several other prestigious events for crowds up to 32,000 people. Erin holds several pageant titles for swimwear and fitness including Hawaiian Tropic, Darque Tan and Planet Beach. Her fitness background consists of two Europa NPC titles; Miss Florida Fitness (tall class), and Miss Fitness Southern USA. She has been a sponsored athlete & spokes-model for various notable fitness and supplement companies that are featured in such retailers as GNC and Vitamin Shoppe. She has traveled nationally as a fitness spokes-model and appeared in publication for companies. As an MC and Host, she has made numerous public speaking appearances at corporate events, trade shows, massive public events, and conventions for small businesses and fortune 500 companies nationwide. She is continuing to pursue her career in the field of entertainment as an actress, and hopes to work with many of her inspirations in the industry. She has an immense passion for entertainment, and says "I was born to perform."

Melissa Collazo

17-year-old, Melissa Collazo starred as 'Ivy' in the independent film "One Man Hide and Seek". Upcoming appearances include the live-action reboot of THE LITTLE MERMAID. Fluent in English and Spanish, Melissa started her career as a "Kid Reporter" for the Spanish language Telemundo Network at the age of 8. Her Entertainment Segment was broadcast throughout Florida for five years. On social media, she was part of a weekly YouTube collaboration group that gave everyday teen life advice.

Brit MacRae

As a skilled triple threat artist, Brittany Wynn continues to gain momentum in the entertainment industry. Possessing an 20 year history of performance training from various schools, acting studios and dance companies such as Etobicoke School of the Arts, BDC, Metro Movement, OIP, Lewis Baumander Acting Studio and Armstrong Acting Studios, Brittany has further advanced her education internationally. Her appetite for acting, singing, and dancing brought her to Los Angeles in January 2013, where she attended the "New York Film Academy", working with top industry teachers and casting directors at Universal Studios in a vigorous program for film acting. LA's major dance companies "The Edge" and "Millenium Dance Complex" became her home. She's won vocal competitions and festivals across Canada, has been seen in the musicals RENT, Willy Wonka, Fame, Footloose, Hairspray, Annie and Broadway Moments. Brittany recently finished filming as the lead in "That Frank" in Los Angeles opposite Brett Ryback. She also finished shooting "The Game" in Los Angeles, which will be appearing in the festival circuit in 2017. Brittany made her directorial debut in 2014 and has since directed 5 different musicals across the GTA (Fame, The Little Mermaid, Anything Goes, Suessical: The Musical, Footloose) Brittany is currently in University pursuing her BSc in Psychology to round off her love of human motivation and behavior.

Mary Jane Wells

Mary-Jane is an actress, writer, voiceover artist and radio host, in happy collusion with the cult of Mary Well's that turn up as vocal performers (the motown singer, the Scottish opera singer, and the boozy 18th century star of Drury Lane).

This Mary Wells trained as an actress at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in 1998, and began the regular back and forth to LA in 2009. She uses her full name, Mary-Jane Wells, for voice work which has been regular for 14 years in narration and commercial, and full time since 2012. Work in the UK also embraced a balance of classic and new work for theatre and many tours, and lead and supporting roles for film and TV.

Before leaving Scotland, she was in Jo Clifford's radical adaptation of Faust, parts One and Two at the Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh, (nominated for 12 "CATS" awards - Critics Awards For Theatre In Scotland), the title role of Electra in David Hare's adaptation for a research project with The Voice Studio in London, and the Irish lead in Cuchulainn, Hound of Ulster with Cahoots Northern Ireland, performing at the Smithsonian, in Washington DC in 2007.

She performed Cyprus after its West End transfer to Trafalga Studios, and from there departed for sunnier shores for a residency with Honolulu theatre in Hawai'i for a year in 2008 - playing Aerial in The Little Mermaid. She returned to the UK for BBC drama - Half Moon Investigates, where she played series regular, the hapless Miss Heeley.

In 2009, she decided to make a home in LA after performing a solo show for a year and 2 Broadway tours of the Red Balloon and Martha across the United States and Canada. Both shows enjoyed successful runs at the New Victory theatre in New York, the Mark Taper Forum and the Kennedy Centre. She won the coveted Victor Audience Award for Best Play for her solo show Martha from the Annenberg Centre.

On arrival in LA she hosted the twice monthly Mary Wells Show aired to a cult following on KCLAFM which was described as a mixture of 'relevant irreverent feature and talk' and worked as an on-camera actress, winning an LA Comedy Award for Divine White's Introduction to Hollywood, and festival awards with indie film hit Elena Undone. Her next movie with John Heard, playing opposite Morgan Fairchild, A Perfect Ending launched in 2012, played at BFI in London on Valentine's day, and at Frameline, San Francisco. It broke all records for Wolfe Video in both the UK and the USA. It has been the highest selling movie ever for them in Pre-Orders alone. By March 1st 2013 it became the highest downloaded drama in the LGBT section for amazon UK and amazon USA. Mary Jane then starred in Jen Forster's music video for She4Me for marriage equality, filmed at the Andaz West Hollywood, and is in How To Train Your Dragon 2, which opens in june 2014 with Cate Blanchett and Gerard Butler, for Dreamworks. She is also in Crazy Bitches, as one of the 6 bitchy leads, for Film McQueen and HBO's The Newsroom, as Josie Marks.

Latterly, she was the series voice for BBC3's My Childhood which won a Scottish BAFTA, and has happily voiced many documentaries, animations and videogames in her own home studio, with an eye to developing motion and facial capture. She is beginning to write copy and score commercials and web promos also.

She is the voice of LinkedIn, Sunny Finance, Eharmony, Puma (Mobium). One videogame http://www.lifelessplanet.com/ comes out soon, but the other videogame which is out in the spring, she is sworn to secrecy on! She is repped By Atlas talent and managed by Kepler Entertainment.

She is interesting in training and in supporting the growth of other artists, and also works as a performance reviewer for the National Council for Drama training, London, and more informally with Dr Nadine George of The Voice Studio International., with whom she does intensive vocal training every year. Mary has just completed a research paper on the breakthrough vocal technique of Dr George with the artistic directors of The National Theatre Scotland and the Traverse theatre, led by Ros Steen, Head of Voice at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Scotland. This research is being written up for publication this year in association with the Centre for Voice in Performance, RSAMD, UK.

Mary is also a writer with a highly successful adaptation of Virginia Ironside's The Huge Bag of Worries which has run consistently since 2002 in Scotland with sponsorship from BBC's Children in Need and also the British Council. Her play for trapeze Hester and Jude was shortlisted by the Almeida Theatre, London and is now being adapted for screen. Her monologue from I Confess is also published with Fairplay press, after she was sponsored by the Jerwood Space and The Arts Council as lead artist on I Confess, a show for London.

In LA, she is writing her second one-woman show based on a woman in the US military, at www.heroinetheplay. com, and is pitching a pilot with mentoring help from Jessica Sharzer (American Horror Story). She is a member of Joan Scheckel's film collaborative, by invitation here in LA.

Maiah Elyse

Maiah Elyse has been acting since she was five years old. She has appeared in 6 films and numerous theater performances in her local community. Her roles include a wide range of characters including: Pearl in the world premier of The Scarlet Letter at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House (Denver Center), JoJo in Seussical, Flounder in The Little Mermaid, The Dwarf in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Captain Hook in Neverland, Daisy in the Snow Queen, Agent Tiny in We Three Spies, and many other roles. Maiah attends a performing arts school and enjoys acting, singing, dancing, tumbling, writing (songs, plays, monologues, poems and short stories), creating movies, taking veterinary classes and training her puppy. She is also an honor student and a representative on her school's Student Leadership team.

Sara Harman

Sara was born and raised on Long Island NY. She moved while finishing up middle school to the Hudson Valley NY area where she was under the direction of Samuel E. Wright (Disney's voice of "Sebastian the Crab" in The Little Mermaid) while attending the Hudson Valley Conservatory in Walden NY. She has a degree in Early Childhood Education and has taught Preschool for several years. She crochets, and loves making crafts in her spare time. She also has a parakeet "Moe Moe" that is well trained and talks full sentences, etc.

Sadly her fiance Joey passed away in 2013 from a Pulmonary Embolism. She hopes to spread awareness and learned from the experience that "YOLO" and you should go out and try to pursue your dreams as you may never know when your journey on earth will end/So live it to the fullest!

Joe Abraham

Joe Abraham is an actor, known for American Crime Story: The People vs OJ Simpson (2016), Jersey Boys (2014), and Student Academy Gold Award winner, Bottled Up (2013). He has also appeared on Broadway in "Hairspray" and Disney's "The Little Mermaid" among many other stage credits. Joe and his wife, Christine Negherbon, live in Los Angeles and have two children.

Elizabeth G Smith

Elizabeth G. Smith is best known for her role in the web series, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, as Zoe Nightshade. Elizabeth developed a love of acting at an early age performing for family after a gift of a toy piano for Christmas. She began performing in the ensemble with a production of the "Little Mermaid, Jr." She progressed through many roles to her most recent role as the Cheshire Cat in "Alice in Wonderland, Jr." in 2015. Elizabeth has explored acting beyond theater by accepting castings as an extra in independent films and commercial work including commercials for WebMD & PGA Junior. She continues to develop her craft by studying in the community with various acting schools and coaches. She lives with her parents and sibling.

Parker Goris

Born in Lancaster, CA.

By the age of 14, Parker was a voice-acting veteran, having served as the voice artist for Flounder for various Disney projects, including the direct to DVD animated feature film "The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning." Also included in his credits are appearances on Grey's Anatomy, Monk, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and more.

Baraka May

Baraka May is a studio singer for some of the world's finest composers and performers. She has sung behind artists such as Celine Dion, Pharrell Williams, Josh Groban, and Muse and has been featured on stages all over the country, from the Hollywood Bowl to the Kennedy Center.

Baraka's voice can be heard in over 120 films, tv episodes, and albums. A-List film composers such as Danny Elfman, John Powell, Hans Zimmer, and Michael Giacchino have enlisted her talents singing everything from belted gospel to ethereal soprano to child-like character voices.

In 2015, Baraka shared the stage with Danny Elfman in The Nightmare Before Christmas LIVE performing as lead female character, Sally, in Tokyo, Japan and again as a character soloist for two sold-out performances at the Hollywood Bowl. She has since performed the role of Alana in The Little Mermaid LIVE at the Hollywood Bowl alongside a star-studded cast including Jodi Benson, Sara Bareilles, Rebel Wilson, and Titus Burgess; additionally, she reprised her roles in The Nightmare Before Christmas LIVE for three sold-out performances at the Bowl in 2016 and premiered La La Land LIVE as a featured singer at the Bowl in 2017.

Other highlights include a solo artist spot on the hit show, Pretty Little Liars with her haunting rendition of Dolly Parton's "Little Sparrow" as well as several solos in Fox's Family Guy, including a feature as the singing voice of Taylor Swift. She became the singing voice of lead character, Moxy, in the PBS kids show, Mack and Moxy, midway through its first season. You can also hear Baraka's solos in the movie musical, La La Land, which she worked on extensively over the course of two years as a demo vocalist, soloist, and choral singer.

Baraka's skills as a versatile vocalist and pianist have generated a variety of jobs for her as a "soundalike singer", voiceover artist, beat-boxer, music director, arranger, songwriter, and master teacher. A summa cum laude graduate of USC's Thornton School of Music, she is regularly asked to serve as music director, section leader, and work as a guest clinician within the choral and a cappella community. Her award-winning vocal arrangements have been featured on Oprah and performed nationally by the nation's top show choirs and a cappella groups.

The joy of singing an eclectic mix of styles has made studio work the perfect niche for Baraka's talents. Her background includes classical, pop, jazz, R&B, and musical theater; she has also picked up a few unique skills including beat-boxing, arranging, voiceover, and celebrity singer impressions. Whether she is asked to sight-read or improvise, provide a powerful lead solo or blend like butter, sing low Alto or high Soprano, Baraka's passion for singing and level of musicality is evident in her work.

Kendra Rose Montagna

Born to minister, Joseph Montagna and interior decorator, Sherry Phillips, Kendra Rose Montagna was born to live a conventional residential life. She was born in Jamestown, New York, where she attended Falconer Elementary. At the age of 5, she pushed her parents into letting her enter the Allen Park Talent Show. Her imaginative love for music and the arts shined through, and of course all things Disney princess. She sang Disney's, The Little Mermaid's "Part of Your World," and took home first place. And so it began.

At the age of 11, Joseph was recruited to a piloting job and relocated his family to Indiana. Between a cornfield and a church, she attended Franklin Township Middle School and Franklin Central High School. She focused on her schooling and adhered to typical Bible belt life in the Midwest. Extracurricular activities and church on Sunday, she blended in very normally to the standards of Midwestern living.

Kendra found her voice and outlet through her love for the arts. She was in theater playing the lead of Annie in "Annie" at the age of 16. She participated in an award winning show choir, the FC Singers conducted by the talented Bill Griffel and choreographed by the U.S. renowned, Damon Brown. With them and her colleagues, she traveled to different contests around the states, sharing her love with other artists and finding her voice, even gracing the honors of the stage of Disney's Epcot Center, Walt Disney World, Orlando Florida.

Graduating with honors, Kendra attended Butler University for a few semesters before getting the itch to grow in a bigger city. Led by misconception and intuition, Kendra left the small town community of Indiana and fled to Los Angeles, CA. There she starting acting as an extra. She landed a minor role as a Varsity Cheerleader in, "The Return of Zoom", (Kate Mara, Tim Allen, Courtney Cox, Chevy Chase), and realized this was what she wanted to invest her efforts in. She enrolled in Playhouse West in North Hollywood and learned the techniques of Sanford Meisner. "Living truthfully in imaginary circumstances."-Sanford Meisner, the possibilities.

She went on to study and graduate from the prestigious Baron/Brown two year Meisner training program in Santa Monica, California. She auditioned more and was fortunate enough to become a part of the Screen Actors Guild in 2007. Kendra Rose Montagna worked on 20th Century Fox's, "Bones," in 2005, and the television pilot Edison with John Leguizamo. She went on to contribute in the web series boom with many online productions. She was in the science fiction film, "Life Tracker" in 2012 along with the romantic comedy "Ripe" due out next year. She has a couple more upcoming productions set.

Although she misses the days of Olive Garden, she is fulfilled and thriving through this blessing of creativity.

Trivia: Kendra Rose Montagna's favorite place to eat is Denny's

Her friends call her Ken.

She looks up to her Grandmother, Bernice Range, who makes her own jam.

Jim Dooley

Jim Dooley is a graduate of New York University where he majored in Music Composition. Upon completion of his degree, he moved to Los Angeles to study the art of film composing with such prolific scoring legends as Christopher Young, Elmer Bernstein and Leonard Rosenman. He joined Media Ventures (now Remote Control Productions) in 1999 and began collaboration with the world-renowned Hans Zimmer both as his Chief Technical Engineer on Gladiator and as an additional composer, arranger and orchestrator on such notable features as The Da Vinci Code, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, The Ring, Tears of the Sun, King Arthur, Ridley Scott's Hannibal and Black Hawk Down. James also worked on several animated feature scores such as Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, Madagascar 1 and 2, its franchise spin-off penguins short A Christmas Caper and the academy-award winning Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.

In terms of solo ventures, Dooley's most ambitious projects to date have been scoring all episodes of the critically-acclaimed ABC series Pushing Daisies for which he has received an Emmy Award, an original score to Simon West's remake of the box-office record breaking, cult-classic-thriller When a Stranger Calls, and composing the complex, interactive scores for best-selling videogame titles such as SOCOM 3: U.S. Navy Seals and U.S. Navy Seals: Combined Assault. He also fully scored the German animated release Urmel aus dem Eis (Impy's Island), DreamWorks Animation's musically acclaimed short First Flight, and worked with director Fred Savage on the theatrical sequel Daddy Day Camp. Jim has also provided score for episodes of ABC television series, What About Brian, and has recently completed work on such projects as Little Mermaid 3: Ariel's Beginning, a sequel to Urmel aus dem, and his first amusement park attraction score for the Simpsons ride at Universal Studios.

Dooley's music can also be heard in the theatrical trailers for Elf, Man on Fire, the Da Vinci Code, Harry Potter: the Goblet of Fire, and Spiderman 3. Known for his interest and expertise in many mediums and genres, other projects include many well known commercial spots, sports programming ventures, and the ground-breaking documentary Mars Underground, for which he donated proceeds to the Red Cross national disaster relief effort.

Leilani Amour Arenzana

Leilani A. Arenzana graduated with her Master of Fine Arts Degree, Motion Pictures and Television with the emphasis in Directing at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, CA. in 2015. She owns Heavenly Eyes Productions, Inc., a film/video/digital production company since 1998. She is an entrepreneur, producer/director, production designer, writer, educator and a mentor to aspiring performers and young filmmakers. She has been involved in major films and television worldwide including "Matrix Reloaded", "Nash Bridges" and recent movies such as "San Andreas", "Ant-Man (2015)", Hulu TV Show "Chance" to name a few.

Leilani works as an Acting Director for E.S.O.M.A. (Evergreen Studio of Music & The Arts) in San Jose, CA. In addition to her zeal in filmmaking she also has a passion for performing arts and theatre. Since October 2013, she has directed for NorCal Academy of Performing Arts a total of 8 licensed musical plays including Disney's *Alice in Wonderland*, *Little Mermaid*, *The Wizard of OZ*, *Aladdin*, Annie, Grease, Elf and the latest musical *Beauty and The Beast*, which was shown in public in October 2016 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in California. She contributes her time and skills especially to children and young adults in the form of arts, that is why she is involved directing musical plays.

In addition to her Master's Degree, her educational background also includes Pre-Med and Law. She also holds a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science. She worked in Fortune 500 companies as a Computer Network Engineer/Computer Programmer for over 7 years before her major leap to the motion picture industry. She is a Member of American Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and also a SAG - AFTRA Member since 1996. She was one of the Jurors for the Narrative Features for Cinequest Film Festival in 2010.

Her latest movie, "Deeper Allure" which she filmed around the Bay Area, CA. was selected and screened at the prestigious Regal Cinemas in Los Angeles by the "Woman Up Independent Film Festival" during the first week of November of 2015. She co-wrote, produced and directed another movie, "The Last Nightmare", a full length -- fantasy/horror genre was featured in Terror Film Festival 2014 in Philadelphia which was voted one of the Best 5 films of 2014. The same movie of hers was also nominated for 6 categories including Best Cinematography and Best Editing. Deeper Allure is extended to a full feature of 90 minutes in which title has been changed to "Nika" and completed in 2017.

Leilani is affiliated with a number of entertainment production companies throughout the country and internationally. She has written, produced and directed numbers of documentaries, commercials, public service announcements, corporate videos and music videos. She continues to make movies and has recently finished short films "Hong Kong Bistro", "On My Special Day", "Happy Anniversary", "Seijin Shiki", "A Groom, Three Brides and a Doctor" and "The Exotic Dancer". Her future plans includes filming movies international in addition to directing a couple of musical plays for N.A.P.A. in 2017.

Leilani's family and friends, her education, professional experience, creativity, family values, cultural background, devotion to her work and passion for life brought her great success and happiness. Her mission in life is to inspire, to educate, to touch peoples lives on a positive way directly or indirectly through her work be in writing, movies or words.

*Disney Licensed* Musical Play.

Isaac Eshete

Isaac Eshete, oldest of two children, was born in Carlton, Victoria, Australia and raised in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia by his grandparents.

Eshete has starred in three of the most critically acclaimed short films noted by Sundance and Tropfest Film Festivals. Isaac played the softhearted, young Lucas in the dramatic TV Movie 'Love again' (2015). He then went on to star as street dancer Glen on 'Crush City Crew, The Movie' (2015).

Isaac successfully took on his first pivotal leading film role when he starred as Lucas Pops in 'Love Again' (2015). The film is account of Lucas's unique personality that helps his friend's parents understand the importance of trust and honesty in their relationship. The cast includes Chloe Babcook and Lini Evans, and was produced by Gerald W. Abrams (Gerald Abrams Productions). It premiered at the 2015 Sundance and Tropfest Film Festivals where it received most Notable Romantic Prize as well as The Card Prize and Audience Award for U.S Dramatic Film. It also screened at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival in the Un Certain Regard category. The 2015 New York Film Critics Circle honored it with Best First Film and the picture was also chosen as one of the Top Ten Films at the 2015 national Board of Review Awards, where Isaac received the award for Breakthrough Actor.

Isaac stays involved in a lot of theater projects in between Mini Series, Short Films, TV Films. He is currently involved in Melbourne Theatre Company Disney titled 'The Little Mermaid' as Sebastian which is rumored to be playing midst February through to May 2017.

He resides in Melbourne, Australia, with his younger brother.

Marty Katz

Marty Katz has been involved in the motion picture and television industries for over three decades and has served in a variety of producing and executive positions in charge of production. In October 1992, following an eight year association with The Walt Disney Studios that included the position as Executive Vice President, Motion Pictures and Television Production, he formed his own independent production banner, Marty Katz Productions, which was based at Disney and had an exclusive overall arrangement with the studio. Under his banner, Mr. Katz produced the comedy hits "Man Of The House" starring Chevy Chase and Jonathan Taylor Thomas, and "Mr. Wrong" starring Ellen DeGeneres and Bill Pullman. Concurrently with this exclusive production agreement with Disney, he continued to serve the studio as a Production Consultant in connection with various film and television projects and new technology issues.

Mr. Katz joined The Walt Disney Studios in 1985 as Senior Vice President, Motion Picture and Television Production, and in that role was responsible for overseeing all aspects of physical production (including post production) for the studio's various production banners -- Disney, Touchstone and Hollywood Pictures; all projects and series for Walt Disney Television; as well as productions for the Theme Parks and Feature Animation, among them the feature hits "Down & Out in Beverly Hills," Outrageous Fortune," "Good Morning, Vietnam," "Three Men and a Baby" "The Color Of Money," "Honey, I Shrunk The Kids," "Dead Poets Society," "Dick Tracy," "Who Framed Roger Rabbit," "Pretty Woman," "Father Of The Bride," "The Rocketeer," "The Little Mermaid," "The Nightmare Before Christmas," and "New York Stories." Two years later, he was promoted to the post of Executive Vice President, Motion Picture and Television Production, and continued to oversee the physical production side of the studio's worldwide, rapidly expanding motion picture and television slate.

Upon his return from Vietnam in 1969, where he served as a US Army 1st Lieutenant Combat Pictorial Unit Director, Mr. Katz began his industry career working for Roger Corman's New World Pictures as a Production Manager/Associate Producer on various low budget films. In 1971 he became Director of Film Production for ABC Circle Films during the Barry Diller/Michael Eisner years. During his five-year association with that organization, he supervised production for more than 75 television movies (including "Eleanor and Franklin" and "Love Among The Ruins") that garnered a total of 25 Emmy Awards.

From 1976-78, he was Executive Vice President of Quinn Martin Productions, supervising "Streets of San Francisco," "Barnaby Jones," and other on-air series and television films. From 1978 to 1980, he was a Producer and Production Consultant for Paramount Pictures. Prior to joining Disney, Mr. Katz produced various television and theatrical films including Fox's "Heart Like A Wheel" (1983), and Geffen/Warner Bros.' "Lost In America" (1985)..

In 1996, after leaving Disney, Marty Katz Productions began operating independently with offices in Santa Monica. In 1997 Marty Katz was Twentieth Century Fox's Supervising Producer on James Cameron's "Titanic". He produced "Reindeer Games" directed by John Frankenheimer, and starring Ben Affleck, Charlize Theron, and Gary Sinise, in 2000 . He then produced "Impostor," directed by Gary Fleder, and starring Gary Sinise and Madeline Stowe in 2001.

In 2001, he produced "The Four Feathers," directed by Shekhar Kapur and starring Heath Ledger, Kate Hudson, and Wes Bentley. In 2004, he produced "The Great Raid," an epic World War II, true-life action drama about the liberation of American Survivors of the Bataan Death March from the Japanese Cabanatuan POW Camp in the Philippines in 1945. The film was directed by John Dahl ("The Last Seduction," "Rounders"), and stars Benjamin Bratt, James Franco, Connie Nielsen, and Joe Fiennes for Miramax films.

In addition, he was a Production Consultant for Miramax on "Lord of the Rings," (2000) and was instrumental in getting it greenlit, as well Production Consultant on "Gangs of New York" (2001) and "Cold Mountain" (2002), and various other productions for other studios.

His production, "Love Ranch," directed by Taylor Hackford, and starring Helen Mirren, Joe Pesci, and Gina Gershon, was released in June 2010. He is currently working on other projects in development through his Marty Katz Productions.

Chris Bouchard

Chris Bouchard is a British director of narrative shorts and features. He is known for YouTube hit The Hunt For Gollum which had 15 million views, London crime comedy Hackney's Finest. He also worked many years in the visual effects industry often with Academy award winning VFX studio Framestore on major motion pictures and advertising campaigns.

Chris began making films at the University of York Cinematography Society in 2001 where he studied music technology and electronics. He then worked as a music composer for short film and video projects. He worked in sound post-production, including working for Dolby Laboratories before moving into the world of digital effects at academy award winning visual effects studio Framestore in London. He is an active film-maker, producer and director, creating high concept crowd-sourced films.

His most notable film is the acclaimed Tolkien adaptation The Hunt For Gollum. Critics praised the feature-film level production values which were achieved on a very low budget. Positive reviews were posted on IMDb and in the media. Then in 2014 his first feature Hackney's Finest was officially selected to premiere at London's East End Film Festival and distributed internationally. He also co-directed The Little Mermaid (2017) starring Shirley MacLaine, Poppy Drayton, William Moseley and Loreto Peralta.

Michelle Loucadoux

Michelle Loucadoux began her acting career at age 3 in Biloxi, Mississippi, as a dancing poodle. She is the only daughter of Kay and Dan Loucadoux of Hickory, North Carolina and now resides mainly in New York with a second residence in Los Angeles. Most recently, she performed the role of Hope Harcourt in the Tony award-winning Broadway revival of Anything Goes, and has also performed the role of Ariel in the original Broadway cast of The Little Mermaid, as well as lead roles in various other Broadway shows. She is currently starring in the new web series Twenty Dollar New York and can be seen as Lucy's friend in the Julie Taymor-directed Across the Universe. Michelle has also recently received a Richmond Theatre Critics Circle best actress nomination for her portrayal of Judy Haynes in White Christmas and ran the New York Marathon in 4 hours and 30 minutes.

Joseph Henson

Joseph Henson is an experienced producer, writer and director of numerous film, television and stage productions for over 30 years.

Feature films include Court of Appeals (Writer/Director) The Invisible Man (Producer/Writer/Lead Director), The Enchanted Cottage (Lead Director, Producer Writer, Winner F.A.M.E. US International Film Fest, Riverside International Film Festival, Noho International Film Festival), Lady Windermere's Fan (Producer, Lead Director), W.I.B. (Producer), Shadows (Producer, Director, Writer).

His television producing credits for Showtime include Ian Bagg: Getting to F**king Know You, Monique Marvez: Not Skinny, Not Blonde, Bill Belamy's Ladies Night Out Comedy Tour, Melanie Cormarcho: Hello!, Anthony Clark: Ambiguous, Steve Trevino: Grandpa Joe's Son, Willie Barcena: I Gotta Be Honest, Jay Mohr: Funny for a Girl, Rita Rudner and 3 potential ex-husbands, Snoop Dogg presents The Bad Girls of Comedy, Louie Anderson Presents, Caroline Rhea & Friends, Tom Arnold: That's my Story and I'm Sticking to it, The Payaso Comedy Slam, The Latin Divas of Comedy.

Writing credits for feature films, The Invisible Man, The Enchanted Cottage (Anthony Rhine co-author) and Shadows Anthony Rhine (co-author),

For stage Joseph authored scripts for Mermaids (Anthony Rhine co-author) for (MGM On Stage) Zorro Live (Anthony Rhine co-author) with Zorro Productions Inc. Zoot Suit Riot (tour), Caution, Men at Work:Tap (national/international tours), La Bamba The Ritchie Valens Story, The Secret Garden, Cinderella, Paris (Ashley Evenson co-author) The Snow Queen (Ashley Evenson co-author) American Hot Wax, Titanic (musical).

Producing and directing credits for over 400 stage productions include, Disney's Little Mermaid, Disney's Beauty and the Beast, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Kodak Theatre) Pirates of Penzance (National Tour) HMS Pinafore (National Tour) The Mikado (National Tour), Richard Paul Evans The Christmas Box (National Tour) Little Shop of Horrors (National Tour) Caution: Men at Work: Tap (National/International Tour, The Will Rogers Follies (National Tour) Green Day's American Idiot, The Producers, The Diary of Anne Frank, Grease, Cirque Apogee, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, Disney's Mary Poppins and hundreds of others.

Joseph is the creator/writer of the comic book series The Heroes of Echo Company (Geeky Award top 10 comic of the year).

Jonathan Young

Jonathan Young, PhD is a psychologist and storyteller who assisted mythologist Joseph Campbell for several years at seminars. He was the Founding Curator of the Joseph Campbell Archives and Library. As a professor, Dr. Young created and chaired the leading doctoral program in Mythological Studies. His books and articles deal with personal mythology.

Dr. Young developed his deep love of stories through extensive initial exposure to folklore. He was one of six children in a much-traveled family. His parents read and discussed the lore of each place they visited, so he learned about the Little Mermaid in Copenhagen, the Pied Piper in Hamlin, the Arabian Nights in Bagdad, the Buddha in India and Japan, and so forth.

Dr. Young was also archivist for James Hillman, author of The Soul's Code and Marija Gimbutas, the leading scholar on the Goddess traditions of old Europe.

He is part of a circle of experts on story convened by legendary producer Peter Gruber. He lectures often at major universities, most recently at the UCLA School of Medicine.

When not traveling to speak on the symbolism of mythic stories, Dr. Young lives with his cat in an old house in Santa Barbara, California.

J.A.C. Redford

J.A.C. Redford is an accomplished composer of concert music, film and television scores, and music for the theater. His concert compositions span a wide range of forms from symphony, choral music and ballet, to art songs and chamber music. His larger works have been performed by the Los Angeles Master Chorale, the Utah Symphony, the American Chamber Orchestra, the Pasadena Chamber Orchestra, the Los Angeles Chamber Singers and the Utah Chamber Artists, at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles and at London's Royal Albert Hall. His chamber music has been performed by the Debussy Trio, Liona Boyd, the Philadelphia Brass, the Westminster Brass and Zephyr: Voices Unbound. Redford's incidental music has been heard in theatrical productions at the Matrix Theater in Los Angeles and South Coast Repertory Theater in Costa Mesa, California, as well as on the American Playhouse series on PBS. Two of his musical comedies are published by Anchorage Press and performed frequently across North America.

Working in the film and television industries for over 25 years, Redford has written the scores for more than three dozen feature films, TV movies or miniseries, including The Trip to Bountiful, Extremities, Oliver and Company, The Mighty Ducks II and III, What the Deaf Man Heard and Mama Flora's Family. He has composed the music for nearly 500 episodes of series television, including multiple seasons of Coach and St. Elsewhere (for which he received Emmy nominations). He has orchestrated, arranged, or conducted for Academy Award-winning composers James Horner, Alan Menken and Rachel Portman, as well as for Terence Blanchard, Danny Elfman, Mark Isham, Marc Shaiman and Cirque du Soleil's Benoit Jutras, on projects including The Little Mermaid, The Nightmare Before Christmas and The Perfect Storm.

Redford has written for and recorded with Grammy Award-winning artists Bonnie Raitt and Steven Curtis Chapman. He has produced, arranged, and conducted music for the Los Angeles Master Chorale, and served as a consultant for the Sundance Film Institute, a teacher in the Artists-in-Schools program for the National Endowment for the Arts, a guest lecturer at USC and UCLA, and on the Music Branch Executive Committees for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. He is the author of Welcome All Wonders: A Composer's Journey, published by Baker Books.

Isabella Leone

Isabella Leone began acting at the age of three. She has performed in several theatre performances, including the roles of Tinkerbell in Peter Pan, Veruca Salt in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Brigitta Von Trapp in The Sound of Music, Ariel in the Little Mermaid and Jafar in Aladdin. She has enjoyed working on short films, Web-series and commercials the past few years, including the roles of Molly Harris in Static, Olivia in Snowflake, Katie in The Girl in the Attic and Annie in Testing. She was proud to be a part of the documentary I am Jane Doe by Mary Mazzio and 50 Eggs Films, which is now playing on Netflix, . She was excited to work with Tommy Denucci and meet Ed Asner when working on the film Saving Christmas, due out November 2017. Isabella is passionate about performing and looks forward to future projects and growing in her craft.

Trey Carroll

Raised in Slocomb, Alabama by his parents, David (Butch) and Sherri Carroll, Trey began acting as an extra in the Slocomb High School production of Annie. Immediately he was in love with acting. He then auditioned with local community theatre, Southeast Alabama Community Theatre for a role in The Little Mermaid Jr and got the roles of a chef and a sailor. From there he auditioned for Seussical the Musical at The Flagship Theatre and got a part as a Whickersham where that production went on to state competition as well as school tours. He began taking acting lessons there, as well as voice lessons. Since 2012 Trey has been an extra in several productions at Slocomb High School and also been in numerous roles with Flagship Theatre before it closed in 2015. He is now a member of Slocomb High School Drama. The summer of 2015 he filmed as a Colt Boy on AMC's Into the Badlands which will air November 2015.

Hayley Polak

Hayley Gigi Polak was born Hayley Polak to a Jewish family on July 25, 1981, in Cape Town, South Africa. She is the eldest of two daughters of Dennis Mark Polak, a Retail Business Man, and Deline Ursula Polak, a Fitness Professional. Hayley's love for film started with Disney's "The Little Mermaid" in 1989.

Thomas Schumacher

Since 1988, Thomas Schumacher has worked with The Walt Disney Company setting new standards of excellence in film, television, and theatre. Having spent much of his tenure as president of Feature Animation, Mr. Schumacher presently devotes his full energies to Disney Theatrical Group. As president of Disney Theatrical Group, Thomas Schumacher has invigorated the theatrical world with a new sense of energy and helped broaden the scope of the Broadway theatrical experience. In this post, he oversees the development and production of the studio's stage productions.

In May 1997, The Walt Disney Company completed restoration of the historic New Amsterdam Theatre on 42nd Street. To celebrate the reopening of the theatre, Schumacher, along with former Walt Disney Studios chairman Peter Schneider, presented the world premiere concert of Alan Menken & Tim Rice's King David. Together with Peter Schneider, Mr. Schumacher produced the world premiere of the Broadway musical The Lion King, which garnered six 1998 Tony Awards, including Best Musical.

In June 2006, The Lion King moved in its entirety, to its new home the Minskoff Theatre. Worldwide, The Lion King can also currently be seen onstage in London, Hamburg, Tokyo, Seoul, and two touring companies throughout the U.S. In June 2007, a 10th anniversary celebration production opened in Johannesburg, South Africa, home of the cultural inspiration of the show. A production opened in Paris, France in October 2007. In June 1999, they presented the premiere of Disney's first original foreign language production, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, which debuted in Berlin.

In March 2000, Elton John and Tim Rice's Aida opened at the Palace Theatre on Broadway, winning the praise of audiences and was honored with four 2000 Tony Awards. Aida played its last performance on Broadway on September 5, 2004, following a triumphant four and a half year run. Worldwide, Aida can currently be seen in Germany and Japan.

In addition, Schumacher supervises the stage production of Beauty and the Beast, which after 13 enchanting years and over 5,000 performances played its final Broadway performance in July 2007.

In 2004, he produced the world premiere stage adaptation of Mary Poppins in partnership with Cameron Mackintosh, which began performances in December 2004 at London's Prince Edward Theatre and received two Olivier Awards. After a four-and-a-half year run, Mary Poppins played its final performance in London in January 2008. The Tony Award-winning production of Mary Poppins opened on Broadway in November 2006 and continues to thrill audiences at The New Amsterdam Theatre.

On The Record, a musical celebrating Disney's catalogue of beloved songs, completed its successful U.S. tour in July 2005. In May 2006, Mr. Schumacher introduced the world premiere of Tarzan, featuring music and lyrics by Phil Collins with direction and design by Bob Crowley. Following Tarzan's Broadway engagement in 2006 - 2007, the musical continues a hit run in Holland with future productions expected in Europe and Asia.

Schumacher also oversees the ongoing development of an ambitious slate of Broadway-bound stage projects including The Man in the Ceiling featuring original book author Jules Feiffer and composer Andrew Lippa, and The Little Mermaid based on the Disney film and the classic fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen. Led by director Francesca Zambello, some of the theatre's most innovative artists have created a stage version of The Little Mermaid, with a score composed by eight-time Academy Award winner Alan Menken and the legendary Howard Ashman. After a sold-out, pre-Broadway try-out in Denver, previews began on Broadway in November 2007 and officially opened in January 2008.

Disney Theatrical Productions kicked off the touring stage version of Disney's High School Musical in summer of 2007. The touring production opened in Chicago in August 2007 and will reach 60 cities through 2008.

He is also the author of the new children's book How Does the Show Go On? An Introduction to the Theatre, published by Disney Editions and released in November 2007. This uniquely designed book is a first-of-its-kind introduction to the world of the theatre, from box office to backstage and beyond.

Schumacher also supervises Disney Live Family Entertainment, which provides children's and family entertainment throughout the world in partnership with Feld Entertainment. Projects include Disney On Ice and Disney Live! with twelve productions touring the globe at any one time.

Schumacher is regarded as one of the key architects of the animation renaissance in which Disney has set new standards in storytelling, artistry and technical innovation. He joined Walt Disney Feature Animation in 1988 to produce the animated feature The Rescuers Down Under (1990), then served as executive producer on Disney's 1994 animated blockbuster, The Lion King, which is one of the highest-grossing films of all time.

He supervised 21 animated features for Disney during the course of his career, including such films as The Nightmare Before Christmas, The Lion King, Pocahontas, Toy Story, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Hercules, Mulan, A Bug's Life, Tarzan, Toy Story 2, Dinosaur, Monsters, Inc., Lilo & Stitch, Finding Nemo.

Before joining The Walt Disney Company, Schumacher enjoyed a distinguished career in the performing arts. As associate director of the acclaimed 1987 Los Angeles Festival of Arts, he was instrumental in presenting the American premiere of Canada's immensely popular Cirque du Soleil and the English-language premiere of Peter Brook's The Mahabharta.

Prior to the Los Angeles Festival, Schumacher spent five years on staff at the Los Angeles Music Center's Mark Taper Forum, where he worked on more than 25 productions for the Taper Mainstage, Taper Too and the Taper's literary cabaret. Additionally, he produced three original productions for the Improvisational Theater Project, the theater's touring program for young audiences.

Schumacher worked on the 1984 Olympic Arts Festival, served as assistant general manager of the Los Angeles Ballet, and has participated extensively in conferences and on panels relating to the arts and arts policy. A graduate of UCLA, he is a member of the Board of Trustees for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, the Tony Administration Committee, and serves on the Advisory Committee of the American Theatre Wing.

Elif Dogan

She was born in Istanbul on September 6, 1994. She attended Istanbul University State Conservatuary. Since 2012, she's been doing voice acting for several ads and books and short movies. She first started stage acting. She played 'Sisman Kadin (Fat Woman)' on 'Oluler Konusmak Isterler (Dead Men Like To Talk)'. Then she attended 'Journey To Broadway' musical community at college. There, she played several different roles and plays which include; 'Rent', 'West Side Story', 'Hairspray', 'The Little Mermaid'. Her TV appearances list respectively; 'Kayip Inci', 'Ask Laftan Anlamaz','Hayat Bazen Tatlidir'.

Arbender J. Robinson

Arbender Robinson is no stranger to the stage. On Broadway he has managed to master the NYC audition process and has had successful runs in the Tony Award winning shows Hairspray, Hair, The Book of Mormon and currently Disney's The Lion King. He has also appeared in Disney's The Little Mermaid and the critically acclaimed revival of Ragtime. Arbender is from Chicago and is a fairly new face in NYC and on Broadway; moving to NYC and quickly landing roles on Broadway.

He made his Broadway debut in the Tony Award winning production of Hairspray where he covered the role of Seaweed. In the original cast of Disney's The Little Mermaid he covered the role of Prince Eric. He also served as the Dance Captain and Swing for the Broadway revival of Hair and was seen in the Broadway revival of Ragtime. He was seen in the Disney's The Lion King; Broadway's 6th longest running and all time highest grossing show.

Prior to moving to NYC, Arbender was a featured Vocalist with Royal Caribbean Cruises as well as an actor and vocalist for numerous Disney productions at Walt Disney World. He spent 4 years as a studio session Vocalist for the Disney Organization and can be heard in various parades and attractions worldwide. Arbender also performed extensively in Regional Theater in the US as well as numerous shows abroad including: Smokey Joe's Cafe, Five Guys Named Moe, Sweeney Todd, Jesus Christ Superstar, Aida, Ragtime, Secret Garden, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Songs for a New World, Parade, Miss Saigon and Into the Woods.

Jamie Mitchell

Jamie Mitchell, director and producer of over 700 animated episodes including; Sofia the First, Hey Arnold! The Little Mermaid (TV series), Winner the Pooh (TV series and Christmas Special) Aladdin (TV series), Fatherhood, Planet Kate, Special Agent Oso, Duck Tales (Feature and TV Series), Tailspin and more. Production collaboration with animation studios all over the world: South Korea, Japan, China, Taiwan, France, Great Britain, Canada, Philippines, Ireland, and the United States.

Kai Kay

Kai Kay started acting by making YouTube videos. When he started Middle School, he joined Drama in an after-school program & was "bit by the acting bug" in his first play. He then went on to play Lumiere in "Beauty and the Beast" & King Triton in "The Little Mermaid" & won an Outstanding Actor award for both roles. Kai then decided he wanted to take his acting to "the next level" & audition for TV & Film. He has since auditioned for Nickelodeon, Disney, Discovery & 20th Century Fox & filmed two interstitials in NYC. Kai's TV debut recently aired on the ID Network & he just wrapped a pilot & an episode for a new scripted show on the Discovery Network.

Maurice Clark

* Maurice "Reese" Clark was born in Hartford, CT and began dancing at the age of 6 years old. He was inspired after watching street performers dance. He idolized the dance moves from artists including: Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, James Brown and Jackie Wilson. Maurice began acting at the age of 9 starring in locally produced renditions of "Mary Poppins", "Winnie the Pooh" and "The Little Mermaid" (as "Sebastian"). Later, he began teaching professional dance classes at the young age of 13 years old; and has celebrated a 25 year career in the arts. He studied and taught Ballet, Modern, Ballroom, African Dance, Hip Hop, Jazz and Mime. In 2008, he opened his own dance studio "The Workshop Dance Studios" which he established and operated two locations simultaneously (Holyoke and Springfield, MA). He has taught dance fitness programs since 2008 in some of the most recognized brands in the industry, and continues to be a recognized, trend-setting inspiration even today. Maurice is a multi-award winning Producer/Director/Artist. Awards Include: 2015 Best Supporting Actor, issued by The Atlanta Black Theatre Festival and the 2015 Alder's Award, issued by The City of New Haven for "Legends of the Forgotten Borough". A musical theater production based on the life and legacy of legendary R&B /Hip Hop pioneers, The Force MD's. Maurice portrays "Jessie" (Jessie Daniels), founder, original lead singer, and a figure of controversy. 2015 Producer's Award and 2015 Best Show/Best Show Concept for "The Reese and Grace Show"(formerly known as "OEG's UnScripted with Reese and Grace" issued by AccessTV Connecticut. A magazine-style talk show produced and hosted by husband and wife duo, Maurice and Grace Clark. This interactive show is cutting edge, witty, honest, and tackles a variety of social and lifestyle topics. 2010 "Outstanding Men of Honor", issued by Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. for outstanding service to his community and culture. 2008 Governor's Award for "Outstanding Advocacy for Youth and the Arts", issued by former Connecticut Governor M. Jodi Rell. Some of his television and film credits include: "Oprah's Master Class" (Gladys Knight edition), "Blindspot", "Diamond Ruff" (movie) and "Sunny's Secret" (independent film). His other theater credits include: "Wide Open: A One Woman Stage Play" (Director/Choreographer), "The Thick Chronicles" (choreographer/actor), "Long May She Wave" (multiple roles each showing), and "Who Killed Bobby Clayton?"(male lead). His media acknowledgments include MTV/MTV.com, World of Dance, as well as numerous national/local radio and television appearances including: Fox, NBC, CBS, and other syndicates. Maurice is a husband and father of three. When he isn't acting, performing, creating or teaching, he enjoys cooking, reading, writing, spending time with family and loved ones.

Briana Colman

Briana Elisabeth, born and raised in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida started her initial career when she begin modeling for national companies such as Target Wal-Mart and American Girl at the young age of five. By the age of six, she began her acting and singing career when she appeared in her first theatrical production of Disney's Aladdin Jr. (2011) followed by Disney's Little Mermaid Jr. (2012), Hansel & Gretel (2013), Disney's Beauty & The Beast Jr. (2013), Fairy Tale Network (2014) and Wizard Of Oz (2014). Briana's first Feature Film, playing Young Ruth Disney in Walt Before Mickey is due out in the Winter of 2014.

Andrew McKeough

Andrew McKeough: A Brief Biography

Andrew McKeough was born Andrew Kirill McKeough, (after the Saint, Disciple, and Apostle named Andrew), on Friday, July 26th, 1996 at 01:23 AM EST, in Irkutsk, Russia to Professor (Villanova University) Charles McKeough and Mrs. Marylou McKeough. Andrew's parents nicknamed him Andy. Andrew was raised, and currently resides, in Wayne, Pennsylvania; right outside of Philadelphia, and just around the corner from Valley Forge National Historical Park.

The first show that Andrew saw was Disney's 'Beauty and the Beast' at the Academy of Music in downtown Philadelphia. When Andrew entered the third grade in 2005, he joined Valley Forge Elementary School's Children's Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Patrice Bove. In the spring of 2006, at age nine, Andrew started to be an interpreter for Valley Forge National Historical Park. Andrew portrayed the character of Daniel Jackson, who was a young drummer boy in the continental army. Then in the fall of 2006, now age ten, Andrew was recommended to continue his role of Daniel Jackson in both Valley Forge, and a new location; historical Philadelphia. Andrew took the job with open arms! He continues interpreting in both Valley Forge and Philadelphia today.

In 2007 Andrew saw his first on-Broadway show, Disney's 'Mary Poppins' at the New Amsterdam Theatre, at the age of ten. Once Andrew started getting more involved, with the theatre world, Andrew started to be coached in theatre by actress Annaleigh Ashford. To this day Ashford has remained close friends with the McKeough family. When Andrew was eleven, he and his family, made an appearance on the Steam Boat float in Universal Studio's "2008 Mardi Gras Celebration Parade".

Andrew moved up to Valley Forge Middle School and joined the school's choir under the direction of Mrs. Anne Sprissler. Andrew remained in the choir until he graduated in 2011. In the summer of 2008, when Andrew was twelve, he starred in the children's version of Disney's 'High School Musical: On Stage!' He starred as the ever popular Troy Bolton, at the Episcopal Academy Theatre. Andrew went on to see his second on-Broadway show; Disney's 'The Little Mermaid' at The Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, at the age of twelve, during the winter of 2008.

In 2009, Andrew starred as the Head Chéf in 'Willy Wonka and The Great Glass Elevator' at the Valley Forge Playhouse, in Wayne, Pennsylvania. Andrew then started to play the violin in the VFMS Orchestra, in the sixth grade, at the age of twelve. Later that year, Andrew started to play the Handbells, and was selected for the choir's "Select Bell Choir" called The Carillon Bell Choir. Andrew remained in the group for the last two years of his middle school career until he graduated in June of 2011. Later in the summer of 2009, at the age of thirteen, Andrew returned to the Willy Wonka series starring as Charlie Bucket in 'Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory', at the Mainstage Theatre on the New Episcopal Academy Campus, during the new school's inaugural opening season. Andrew was selected for the "Select Singing Choir" at Valley Forge Middle School named The Valley Forge Singers (V.F.S.). Andrew remained in the group for the last two years of his middle school career until he graduated in June of 2011. Andrew performed with the group twice in the Choir Music Festival: 'Music in the Parks' in Hershey, PA and was with the V.F.S. when they won a first place victory in 2010 and a second place victory in 2011.

Andrew went on to be the Head Butler in the Rodgers and Hammerstein's classic musical 'Cinderella', playing again at the Valley Forge Playhouse, at the age of thirteen, during the spring of 2009. In November of 2009, Andrew was confirmed in the Catholic Church as Andrew Kirill 'Stephen' McKeough, taking the Confirmation name of Stephen. In June of 2010, at age thirteen, Andrew started interpreting in Colonial Williamsburg, portraying the character of John Carter, an upper class boy from a British family. Andrew still continues to interpret, as a Junior Interpreter, in Williamsburg, Valley Forge, and Philadelphia. When he was fourteen, in the summer of 2010, he had the opportunity to see the classic show of Disney's 'The Lion King', which was on tour, at the Academy of Music, in Philadelphia. During the summer of 2011, Andrew, while touring Canada, Andrew had the chance to catch the musical 'Billy Elliot' at the Canon Theatre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

In the fall of 2011, now at the age of fifteen, Andrew entered Conestoga High School. He joined the choir under the direction of Mrs. Suzanne Dickinger, and the Handbell choir, under the Direction of longtime friend and colleague Mr. Chason Goldfinger. During the year he started to play the piano. Over Thanksgiving 2011, Andrew played the piano and harpsichord at Colonial Williamsburg, in Williamsburg, Virginia. There he met professional piano player Robert Hodge. To this day, McKeough and Hodge have remained good family friends. In December of 2011, Andrew was lucky to work with Sutton Foster and the cast of 'Anything Goes' on Broadway.

In 2012, at the age of fifteen; Andrew worked on 'Stoga Music Theatre's production of 'TITANIC - The Musical' at the Hobson C. Wagner Memorial Theatre during the R.M.S. Titanic's: 100th Year Anniversary. Andrew acted as the shows historian. The part landed him with what was to be one of the highlights of his career. Andrew was nominated for three Cappie Awards for his part in the musical.

In the spring, Andrew got the opportunity to work with Matthew Broderick, Kelli O'Hara, and the cast of 'Nice Work if You Can Get It' on Broadway. Before the summer started, Andrew started to take vocal, acting, audition, and dance lessons by actress and director Jennie Eisenhower. McKeough and Eisenhower families remain good family friends to this day.

During the summer of 2012, Andrew departed on a three week tour of Europe with 'The American Music Abroad Bronze Tour 2012'. The tour would take Andrew to Switzerland, France, Germany, Austria, Italy, and then back to Switzerland. Once Andrew turned sixteen, in July of 2012, Andrew got his Drivers Permit in the state of Pennsylvania.

During his sophomore year at Conestoga, Andrew worked with the cast of the Tony Award winning best musical 'Once' on Broadway. Andrew also became a member of the sound crew on 'Stoga Music Theatre's production of Pride and Prejudice during the fall of 2012. During his 2012-2013 United States Tour, Andrew made stops in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Washington, D.C.; Williamsburg, Virginia; Orlando, Florida; including an international stop in Cancún, México; and many other locations! While in Williamsburg, Virginia, Andrew once again played the piano and harpsichord in Colonial Williamsburg. When in Florida, Andrew concluded a tour in Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, with the Conestoga Music Department, during the winter of 2012. The performance included Jodi Benson (voice of Ariel in The Little Mermaid movies) narrating the Story of Christmas in 'The 2012 Candlelight Processional', with the Conestoga Choirs, and was under the conduction of Dr. John V. Sinclair.

In January of 2013, Andrew became one of the first in his class to get his Junior Driver's Licenses in the State of Pennsylvania. In the spring of 2013, Andrew competed in the Chester County Regional National History Day Competition at Immaculata University. Andrew, playing, the character that he is known for in Colonial Williamsburg, John Carter, went on to take First Place in the competition and moved on to the State Competition Rounds. The State Competition was held in May of 2013. Andrew gave a stellar performance but did not win a final place in the State Competition. But even know he did not win he was awarded with a new title; "Best Junior Colonial Interpreter in Pennsylvania!"

Andrew returned again as a sound crewman during 'Stoga Music Theatre's production of 'The Pajama Game', which premiered on February 27th, 2013 at the Hobson C. Wagner Memorial Theatre. On Saturday, April 6th, 2013, during one of Andrew's regular trips to Broadway, Andrew went to see the musical 'Kinky Boots'. During his viewing of the musical he recognized one of the actresses. The actress was Annaleigh Ashford, who originated the lead role of Lauren in 'Kinky Boots'. Coincidentally Anna was Andrew's former theater coach, which helped him become who he is today. After the show he made contact with Anna; and is proud that he, and his family, visited New York, in May of 2013, to see 'Kinky Boots' again. Andrew also had lunch and a private backstage tour with Anna.

Saturday, April 6th, 2013, also marked a life changing date for Andrew. It was the day that he met a girl named Charlotte Duffie-Fritz, who, while Andrew was filming a short documentary about his trip in New York, was caught goofing off on camera. Charlotte and Andrew thought it was extremely funny and put the video on YouTube. Andrew gave it the name; 'The New York Psycho'; and a star was born!

In late May of 2013, Andrew and Charlotte decided to start making the 'New York Psycho' more than just a one-time thing. In May of 2013, Andrew started work on 'The New York Psycho'. The show took off! In late May of 2013 it was announced that Andrew would star as the infamous Harry Potter in 'Harry Potter and the New York Psycho'. Filming began in early June. Then in September of 2013, now in his Junior year of high school, Andrew continued filming 'The New York Psycho' series, starring as Alfred Pennyworth in The New York Psycho Rises. A Batman themed spoof. McKeough would go on to play other roles in the 'New York Psycho' series including Cato from 'The Hunger Games' and Rick Grimes in 'The Walking Dead' as well as other characters in the series.

In the late summer to early winter of 2013, Andrew was a Manager with the "Conestoga Marching Pioneer Band" during their 2013 Marching Season. Andrew traveled with the band to Cavalcades in Springfield and Hershey, Pennsylvania. Andrew's most important Cavalcade was one close to home, in Berwyn, Pennsylvania; when the Marching Pioneers hosted their 4th Annual ''Stoga Showcase of Sound, A Cavalcade of Bands' on their home turf on Teamer Field at Conestoga High School. In addition to serving as a Band Manager, Andrew was the Personal Assistant to the Supervising Director of the Event. Then in late November 2013, Andrew was cast on as a special assistant to oversee the transition between sound designers for 'Stoga Theatre during their winter production of 'Father of the Bride'.

On November 16th, 'Harry Potter and the New York Psycho' had it's World and Main Line premieres in Strafford, Pennsylvania, to an over excited audience! Andrew walked the Red Carpet, gave speeches throughout the premiere, talked about how it was to play Harry Potter on the Gala Red Carpet, and attended the formal Gala Party in the end. He also starred in the pilots of 'Grace on the Red Carpet' and 'nick&nick@nite', both of which are AKSM Film Studios productions. As for the 2014 Broadway season, he worked with the cast of 'Rocky' on Broadway.

In December 2013 it was announced that Andrew would be playing the role of Kallani in 'Lailani: A Hawaiian Cinderella'. Kallani would be the father to Lailani, the Cinderella based character. After its premiere at the Hobson C. Wagner Memorial Theatre in Berwyn, Pennsylvania, the show, and Andrew, went on the road through January 2014. Then in January of 2014 it was announced that Andrew would be a part of the pre-production team for 'Stoga Theatre's Spring Season production of 'Thoroughly Modern Millie'; but that wouldn't be returning to be a part of the actual production. Instead it was announced that he would return to the Valley Forge Playhouse and was hired as assistant director for the Valley Forge Playhouse's Spring Production of 'The Wizard of Oz'. With a lot riding on the show, it opened in late March to amazing reviews. It was Andrew's first directing position on a show.

In February of 2014, he then went on to start filming on 'The Hunger Games vs. The New York Psycho'. Which was a 'Hunger Games' themed parody. In early March of 2014 it was announced that Andrew would be taking Psycho Films co-star Samantha Hoppe to Conestoga High School's 2014 Junior Prom in May of 2014.

On March 7th, Andrew competed in the Southeastern Pennsylvania Regional National History Day, and went on to, once again, and for the second year in a row, take First Place in the Individual Performance category. Andrew proceeded to the State Competition Round in Pennsylvania's National History Day at Millersville University. This was the second year that he advanced to the State Competition. The State Competition judging began on Monday, May 12th, 2014, and at approximately 09:30 PM it was announced that Andrew, for the second year in a row, would, unfortunately, not be advancing to the State Competition's Runoffs. But Andrew's title from the previous year, "Best Junior Colonial Interpreter in Pennsylvania," was re-awarded to Andrew on Tuesday, May 13th, 2014.

In April 2014, over Easter break, or spring break, Andrew performed a concert entitled 'Rock this Way!' at Moon Palace in Cancun, Mexico. In early May of 2014, Andrew starred as Shakespeare in the 'Stoga Theatre production of 'The Bachelor: Shakespeare', it was a spoof on the famous Bachelor television show. On May 10th, 2014, Andrew and, 'New York Psycho' co-star, Samantha Hoppe attended the 2014 Conestoga Junior Prom together.

On May 22nd, 2014 he hosted the 2014 VFMS Spring Music Concert. The concert was being held in honor of long-time music teacher Anne Sprissler, who announced in April 2014 that she would retire from her teaching position. The concert was held as a goodbye to the famed teacher, who Andrew had been taught by during his middle school years. Andrew gave a speech and shared moments of his time under the direction of Sprissler with the audience. On May 28th, 2014; 'A Psycho Library Special' premiered at the Conestoga High School Library. Andrew joined the rest of the 'New York Psycho' cast as they toured the library and taught incoming students about the school. The video was contracted by the high school and will be used in the future for orientations for new students. Then, on the next day, May 29th, 2014; Andrew held a workshop in conjunction with the 'Stoga Advanced Theatre Class at New Eagle Elementary School. Andrew and the others taught third graders about Chester County history. Some students participated in one of four mini-plays while others worked on improv games. Andrew, with the help of 'New York Psycho' co-star Charlotte Duffie-Fritz, wrote, directed, and taught the students about Samuel Barber.

On Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014 Andrew was featured on 'Good Morning America!' (GMA) as a part of their "#startmydayGMA" campaign. On June7th, 2014 Andrew attended the dance recital of New York Psycho co-star Samantha Hoppe. On the 8th Andrew, and the rest of the Harry Potter and the New York Psycho cast and crew took the day to reunite and celebrate the one year anniversary of the filming of the film.

From June 17th to June 20th, 2014, Andrew McKeough participated in the VIP Preview Opening of the London and Diagon Alley sections of "The Wizarding World of Harry Potter" at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. Andrew got to relive the most famous moments from the movies, and even got to take a ride on the famed Hogwarts Express.

On Tuesday, June 24th, 2014 Andrew started rehearsals and recording sessions for the '2014 American Music Abroad Bronze Tour', which were held in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. On Thursday the 26th, the tour officially premiered with a gala dinner and ended with the only US Concert in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The next day, on the 27th, Andrew departed the United States for Italy with the rest of the tour. On Saturday, June 29th Andrew celebrated Saint Peter and Paul's Day, with Pope Francis, at the Vatican in Rome. The tour would then include many other stops in the USA, Italy, Austria, Germany, and Switzerland.

In early April of 2014, Andrew officially announced that he would once again be returning to 'American Music Abroad' to perform in their 2014 Bronze Tour. The tour included stops in the USA, Italy, Austria, Germany, and Switzerland.

During his '2014 Stars and Stripes Tour', Andy made stops in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Washington, D.C.; Williamsburg, Virginia; Orlando, Florida; including an international stop in Cancún, México; and many other locations! While in Williamsburg, Virginia, Andrew once again played the piano and harpsichord at different locations in Colonial Williamsburg.

In early May of 2014 it was announced that Andrew would be returning to Walt Disney World, in Orlando, Florida, to tour with the Conestoga Music Department, during the winter of 2014. He sang in the 2014 Candlelight Processional at Disney's Epcot. The performance included Jonathan Groff (voice of Kristoff in 'Frozen') narrating the Story of Christmas in 'The 2014 Candlelight Processional', with the Conestoga Choirs, and was under the conduction of Dr. John V. Sinclair. Andrew even was included in different Disney parades and the '2014 Disney Christmas Day Parade'. Andrew took a day to go to Universal Studios and performed a concert in CityWalk.

Part of Andrew's tour to Orlando also included a visit to Universal Orlando Resort's "Wizarding World of Harry Potter" (2013). Andrew, along with other members of the cast of 'Harry Potter and the New York Psycho', visited the newly launched London/Diagon Alley section in Universal Studios. They boarded the Hogwarts Express and traveled to Hogsmeade and visited Hogwarts in Universal's Islands of Adventure. The trip was the highlight of the year and of season three of 'The New York Psycho'! The other cast members attending this portion of the tour were David Nice (Ron), Noah Berkowitz (Voldemort), Rose Kantorczyk (Bellatrix) and Laura Susanne Stockler (Narcissa Malfoy). Andrew has visited, and been a special guest VIP at the Wizarding World four times, and attended the VIP Opening of London and Diagon Alley which was in late June of 2014.

During the year Andrew worked with 'Stoga Theatre for their season. The 2014-2015 show season included 'Dracula' and Disney's 'Beauty and the Beast'. Andrew's friend Michael Godfrey starred as both Dracula and the Beast in the two productions. This season even saw the change of directors at 'Stoga Theatre from Nicole Gerenyi to Natalie Gaspari.

Throughout his senior year of high school, Andrew got numerous offers from colleges and universities from around the world. They included, Villanova University (Radnor, Pennsylvania, USA), Saint Andrew's University (Saint Andrew's, Fife, Scotland), The College of William and Mary (Williamsburg, Virginia, USA) as well as Ursinus College (Collegeville, Pennsylvania, USA). In the end, Andrew stated that it was a hard choice between Villanova and Saint Andrew's and that he would choose Villanova University "[...] to be closer to [his] family, and friends as well as the reputation that Villanova has for their excellence in a catholic education [...]".

Andrew also starred in a new AKSM drama television series directed by Melanie Dernoga called 'Conestoga'. The show was about a bunch of high school kids and their experiences in high school. Andrew played the very shy Emmett Crosby. During the year Andrew also was in the AKSM feature remake of 'The Lovely Bones'. Andrew played the part of Samuel Heckler. Before graduating from Conestoga High School, he attended his senior prom at the Phoenixville Foundry on April 10th, 2015 with close friend, Sarah Kirkpatrick. The occasion was marked by a series of events streaming the entire length of the day. From a morning photoshoot to a pre-party, a motorcade to the event and an after-party to close out the night's events!

Andy started to take classes at Villanova University during the summer of 2015 to get a head start for his fall semester. After four years at Conestoga Senior High School, it was time to say goodbye. Andrew graduated with honors at Villanova University on Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015.

During the summer of 2015, Andy once-again departed on a three week tour of Europe with 'The American Music Abroad Bronze Tour 2015'. The tour would take Andrew to Switzerland, Croatia, Slovenia, Germany, Austria, Italy and then back to Switzerland. But due to a back injury suffered before the trip, Andrew suspended the rest of his summer activities and spent the rest of it recovering in Ocean City, New Jersey. At the end of the August Andrew returned to the Main Line to start school at Villanova University. Due to his back injury he could only attend part of the three day award winning "New Student Orientation". Andy started school later that week.

In September of 2015 Andy stepped back into the spotlight during the 2015 Papal Visit of Washington, DC; New York City, New York and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania all culminating with "The 9th World Meeting of Families" held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In preparation for the Papal Visit, Andy went on 'The TODAY Show' and talked with Maria Shriver about what the visit means and how Pope Francis is the "People's Pope". In late September it was also announced that Andrew would become the Stage Manager at Villanova's Theatre company. Andrew's first show was Martin McDonagh's 'The Pillowman', which premiered in November of 2015.

In October of 2015, Andrew McKeough was accompanied by close friend, Sarah Kirkpatrick to the 2015 Liberty Medal in Philadelphia honoring the Dalai Lama at the National Constitution Center.

During the Winter and early Spring months, Andrew also made a handful of cameo appearances in different television shows including, 'TURN: Washington's Spies' (AMC - which he plays his role of John Carter and is filmed in Colonial Williamsburg), 'Younger' (TV Land - which he returned to performing with Sutton Foster), 'Life In Pieces' (CBS), 'Code Black' (CBS), and others! Throught the Fall and Spring, Andrew also helped launch Jackie Evancho's new music videos and singles which are to be featured on a new pop centered album which is set to be dropped in the Summer of 2016. In February of 2016, Andrew returned to the Villanova stage for their Spring production of 'It Runs in the Family'. Andrew returned as a lighting and sound designer alongside technical director Timothy Kokotajlo.

In mid-February of 2016, it was announced that Andrew would be making two trips in the Spring including one International State Visit back to Cancun, Mexico and the second would be a relaxing vacation with close friend, Ashden Personius to Winchester, Virginia for the 2016 Easter holiday. It was also announced that Andrew would be hosting a series of events at Villanova surrounding the 2016 Presidential Election and Inauguration - which Andrew is expected to attend - including an exhibit called 'The Presidential Experience' as well as moderating a panel discussion series all set to start in October of 2016. Another tour was announced to premiere in July of 2016 in Strafford, Pennsylvania called 'Harry Potter: A Journey through Film' which will include props, costumes and pieces of film memorabilia from the set of 'Harry Potter and the New York Psycho'. Both tours were be produced by AKSM, Inc. company AKSM Touring, LLC.

April 4th, 2016 marked a special day for Andrew. It was the day that the Villanova University Men's Wildcat Basketball team won the 2016 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship in Houston, Texas with a buzzer-beater shot. This event set off a series of other events and celebratory activities that Andrew would participate in throughout the next weeks. Andrew was front and center with close-friends Ashden Personius and Lauren Kirkpatrick when the Wildcats' returned home to Villanova. Andrew, along with close-friend Ashden Personius, traveled with the team down Market Street to City Hall at Dilworth Plaza in Philadelphia for a ceremony during the Championship Parade on April 8th, 2016.

On April 15th, 2016 it was officially announced that Andrew was dating close-friend Ashden Personius since March 19th, 2016. The couple confirmed their relationship that day on different forms of social media. In a statement, Andrew said that, "[it] was a long time coming and that things just fell perfectly into place at one point [...]."

Later in April of 2016, Andrew and Ashden helped bring in the 2016 Spring Concert featuring the alternative bands Jukebox the Ghost and X Ambassadors. The concert took place in front of Dougherty Hall on Villanova's Kennedy Ellipse. Twin sisters and close-friends of McKeough's, Lauren and Sarah Kirkpatrick were McKeough and Personius' special invited guests for the evening. Attend all day events they got to meet the bands and play video games with them, listen to their soundchecks as well as attend a special VIP meet and greet after the concert. The day also included a picnic in celebration of Villanova's 2016 "Spring Out" celebration.

On May 20th, Andrew attend close-friend Sarah Kirkpatrick's senior prom with her twin sister Lauren Kirkpatrick, Lauren's boyfriend as well as the rest of the Upper Merion Senior Class of 2016 at Drexelbrook.

On May 31st, 2016, Andrew along with girlfriend Ashden Personius traveled to the White House in Washington, DC to see President Barack Obama congratulate the Villanova Men's Basketball team on their NCAA Championship win and welcome them to the White House. The day's events included a tour of the White House and West Wing as well as a ceremony that filled the East Room ending with a press conference at the West Wing and concluding with dinner. This day would cap-off and end about two months of celebratory events for McKeough, Personius and the team.

In June of 2016, AKSM Touring LLC announced that Andrew would be launching a new tour entitled, "The Best of AKSM" in August of 2016. The tour will feature Andrew as well as a group of other AKSM performers who will tour and perform at each concert with Andrew. In June, McKeough also attended Villanova's 'Reunion 2016!' weekend. This celebratory weekend started from Thursday the 9th through Sunday the 12th of June. It included many events including lunches, dinners and award ceremonies for Villanova's graduated classes ending with a 6 or a 1 and was the 50th reunion for the class of 1966.

Then, in July of 2016, Andrew helped open a new expo tour by AKSM Touring LLC entitled; 'Harry Potter: A Journey Through Film' in Strafford, Pennsylvania called which will include props, costumes and pieces of film memorabilia from the set of 'Harry Potter and the New York Psycho'. The expo lasted through the month of July and included weekly showings of every single 'Harry Potter' movie. Andrew, along with other cast members made celebrity guest appearances at the different film screenings to introduce the film to it's audience. The expo all culminated on July 20th with a gala party in the fashion of a Yule Ball. The gala was attended by McKeough and Personius as well as other cast members and performing arts friends from 'Stoga Theatre's classes of 2012 through 2018. In honor of McKeough's 20th birthday, McKeough and Personius along with a small group of other close-friends took a private day trip to Ocean City in New Jersey on July 25th. On July 27th, after celebrating his birthday on the 26th, McKeough and Personius returned to Winchester, Virginia for a two week private holiday before returning to Villanova in August of 2016. McKeough and Personius returned to school on August 24th, 2016. The day marked the beginning of classes for McKeough's sophomore year and Personius' junior year.

What is Andrew doing now?

Andrew is currently nineteen years old and is now in the first semester of his sophomore year of college, attending Villanova University, located in Radnor, Pennsylvania. Andrew majors in communication (media production and PR) and political science with music and theatre arts as minors; all while pursuing his love of the theatre and film at 'Nova! Andrew also is taking vocal, acting, audition, and dance lessons by actress and director Jennie Eisenhower. Andrew continues to star in Colonial Williamsburg's 'Electronic Field Trips' (ETFs). Andrew will resume filming on the series in March through November of 2016. Andrew is also the assistant director at his hometown theatre The Valley Forge Playhouse, located in Wayne, Pennsylvania and stage manager of the theatre at Villanova. Andrew made his return to touring after a year break with a new tour entitled, "The Best of AKSM" which launched in August of 2016!


Last Updated: Sunday, June 26th, 2016 at 09:34:50 AM EST

Alyssa Bilotti

Alyssa Bilotti is a California-born teenage dancer and actress. Alyssa's first film was as a camper in "SleepAway" during her first summer at Young Actors Theater Camp (YATC). It was there that she was inspired by Shawn Ryan and Emmy Frevele. Alyssa has been performing since 3 years old in Dance and has competed since 2009. She has been a competitor on Dance Moms. She has been cast as a dancer, a camper, the mean girl, and the sister. She has a love for musical theater and is looking forward to performing in "Little Mermaid Jr." this summer.

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