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Robert Capron

Robert began his acting career when he was eight years old by enrolling in an after school drama program sponsored by Trinity Repertory Company. Later that year he landed a role as Turkey Boy in Trinity's production of A Christmas Carol. Since that time Robert has performed a variety of roles on stage. Recently, Robert has turned his efforts to film. Robert's first principal role was in Bride Wars where he played Robert. Shortly thereafter he earned a role as Young Dave's Pal in the movie Sorcerer's Apprentice.

Robert's role as Rowley in Fox's three-movie franchise Diary of A Wimpy Kid (2010,2011) is perhaps his most recognized role to date. The third installment, Dog Days, was released in August 2012.

Robert landed his first voiceover role as Bob in the Tim Burton directed movie Frankenweenie which was released in October 2012. In April 2012, Robert played Young Curly in the movie The Three Stooges. In 2013, Robert played Kyle in the Faxon/ Nash directed movie The Way, Way Back. Also during 2013, Robert had his first experience in motion-capture 3D CGI as he played Derek in the motion-capture version of Tarzan. In 2015, Robert played Jake alongside Bailey Madison in the Indie feature Annabelle Hooper and The Ghosts of Nantucket. In 2016, Robert landed the role of Jack Black's son Dave in the feature film The Polka King. The film also also stars Jenny Slate, Jackie Weaver and Jason Schwartzman.

In addition to theater, and film, Robert currently is a returning guest star on CBS's Elementary, where he plays the role of one of Sherlock's "irregulars" known as Mason. He has s also appeared on television as a guest star on ABC's The Middle, and as the lead on two episodes of The Hub Network's The Haunting Hour.

Robert is passionate about reading, acting, history, watching movies, and reading and writing his own screenplays. He also loves swimming, tennis, and playing video games.

Robert is a freshman at Brown University majoring in theater, film studies and screenwriting.

Rob Simonsen

Rob Simonsen has had a thread in the fabric of some of the most noteworthy and prestigious films of the past decade. He collaborated with director Bennett Miller to underline the unsettling atmosphere of the Oscar-nominated drama Foxcatcher, and spanned an eternity of star-crossed romance with The Age of Adaline, also co-writing the film's end credits song. He scored the Steve Carell-starring dramedy The Way Way Back with sensitivity, sympathized with the coming-of-age The Spectacular Now, and sweetened Zach Braff's coming-of-middle-age film Wish I Was Here. Also under his belt is the horror-comedy The Master Cleanse, Roland Emmerich's political drama Stonewall, and the Weinstein Company's Burnt starring Bradley Cooper, Uma Thurman and Sienna Miller. His work in television has included the Joss Whedon Fox drama Dollhouse and the CBS ratings juggernaut Blue bloods, led by Tom Selleck.

Prior to flying solo, under the apprenticeship of composer Mychael Danna, Simonsen contributed additional music to the scores for Ang Lee's Life of Pi and Bennett Miller's Moneyball - as well as Catherine Hardwick's The Nativity Story, Sony Pictures Animation Surf's Up, and Terry Gilliam's The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus. With Danna, he co-composed the score for Marc Webb's hugely popular indie romance (500) Days of Summer.

Simonsen's compositional voice is the product of an education in jazz, electronic and traditional orchestral music. In 2013, he co-founded The Echo Society, a collective that provides a platform for composers to experiment and create for live performances around Los Angeles.

Aingea Venuto

Aingea Venuto is a professional artist from Boston, with experience both on stage and on screen as an actor, singer, dancer, model, voice-over artist, and musician. Aingea began performing when she was five years old, starting out in theatre camps and choruses. She then progressed into musical theatre productions, playing such characters as Dorothy in "Wizard of Oz," Cinderella in "Cinderella," Gavroche in "Les Miserables," and Veruca Salt in "Willy Wonka." As a screen actor, she has been fortunate to have had principal roles on-camera in "The Way, Way Back" with Steve Carrell, "Family Problems," "Siren," and "The Shadows." Her voice can also be heard in a CVS commercial and an educational video game.

Recently, Aingea has been focused on her singing career and has been making strides in the music industry, recording her own songs and music videos, such as "All That We Have Left," which is available on iTunes, and "Reach to You," which she penned the lyrics for. She will be performing with the Teen Nation Tour for two weeks, as well as at numerous other upcoming events and shows.

Aingea has studied with Boston's top teachers and casting directors at C.P. Casting, Boston Casting, Talent Tools, lau lapides studio, and the Actors Key in Los Angeles, and she continues to hone her craft every day. Her music training includes private voice lessons, guitar lessons, and being a part of an A Capella ensemble. She is represented by Connecticut Kids Management in NYC and The Cameo Agency in Boston.

Cjaiilon Andrade

Cjaiilon Andrade is the founder of Beauty in the Streets (BITS). Better known as Snap Boogie, he rose to national prominence as a finalist on season six of the hit television show America's Got Talent. His dancing skills caught the eye of Hollywood producers, who cast him in 2013 film The Way Way Back, which starred Steve Carrell, Liam James and Maya Rudolph. Starting in the streets and originally working with groups like Floorlords and YAK Dance Crew, Snap Boogie's incredible popping skills saw him win the USA Popping Finals in 2013, going on to compete in Paris at the international finals of Juste Debout 2014, the world's largest underground dance competition. Snap Boogie has successfully combined his popping, locking and breaking with acrobatics and comedy to become one of the top performers. Crowds flock wherever he performs and Snap Boogie has traveled to some of the biggest festivals in the world: Glastonbury (UK), Halifax Busker Festival (Canada), Toronto Busker festival (Canada), and Laya Healthcare Street Performers World Championship (Ireland). Entertainment is in his blood and performs to create happiness.

Pawel Sek

Pawel Sek is a double Grammy Awards nominated Producer, Composer and Audio Engineer. He grew up in Przemysl, Poland. In 2000, Pawel graduated from Berklee College of Music in Boston. After Graduating, he moved to New York City where he started writing and producing music for television shows and advertising. Some of his credits include, "Carrier" (2008), "Frontier House" (2002), Beowulf - Trailer, KFC National Campaign, GM National TV ad, Audi National TV advertising. In 2009 he relocated to Los Angeles where he started to work with major label recording artists. His current engineering credits include: Jeff Bhasker, Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, FUN., P!nk, Kanye West, Jay-z, The Sleepy Jackson, Empire Of The Sun. Pawel's Film Scoring credits include: "The Way, Way Back" (2013) (Score Mix), "Deadline (2011)", "The Ballerina and the Rocking Horse" (2012). In 2012, Pawel was nominated for two Grammys in the Album of the Year and Record of the Year categories with the group FUN.

Tim Haber

Tim Haber is a cinematographer, producer and sound man that shares his time between Boston, Berlin and worldwide, filming and producing commercial & creative content for businesses, charities and music videos. Tim got his start working on the Emmy award winning Undercover Boss, as an assistant camera and camera operator. He traveled the world with Andrew Zimmern's Driven By Food, and Bizarre Foods, as well as National Geographic's Showdown of the Unbeatables and many other network TV shows. He's also worked in the sound and video department for Hollywood features shot in the New England area; Patriot's Day, Ted 2, The Equalizer, Wheelman, Clear History for HBO and The Way Way Back.

He spent most of the past 6 years working on the road. Traveling most of the United States and to various parts of the globe. Tim has the experience shooting in challenging conditions while building the connections and knowledge to assist in filming your project.

When he's not working he can be found traveling, photographing different cultures, spearfishing and freediving in the oceans. He is a member and Sound and Video Representative for IATSE 481, a certified freediver AIDA 3, and a graduate of Bridgewater State University in Massachusetts receiving a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications, cum laude, May 2009. He also attended Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand for one semester in 2008.

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