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Will Smith

Willard Carroll "Will" Smith, Jr. (born September 25, 1968) is an American actor, comedian, producer, rapper, and songwriter. He has enjoyed success in television, film, and music. In April 2007, Newsweek called him "the most powerful actor in Hollywood". Smith has been nominated for five Golden Globe Awards, two Academy Awards, and has won four Grammy Awards.

In the late 1980s, Smith achieved modest fame as a rapper under the name The Fresh Prince. In 1990, his popularity increased dramatically when he starred in the popular television series The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. The show ran for six seasons (1990-96) on NBC and has been syndicated consistently on various networks since then. After the series ended, Smith moved from television to film, and ultimately starred in numerous blockbuster films. He is the only actor to have eight consecutive films gross over $100 million in the domestic box office, eleven consecutive films gross over $150 million internationally, and eight consecutive films in which he starred open at the number one spot in the domestic box office tally.

Smith is ranked as the most bankable star worldwide by Forbes. As of 2014, 17 of the 21 films in which he has had leading roles have accumulated worldwide gross earnings of over $100 million each, five taking in over $500 million each in global box office receipts. As of 2014, his films have grossed $6.6 billion at the global box office. He has received Best Actor Oscar nominations for Ali and The Pursuit of Happyness.

Smith was born in West Philadelphia, the son of Caroline (Bright), a Philadelphia school board administrator, and Willard Carroll Smith, Sr., a refrigeration engineer. He grew up in West Philadelphia's Wynnefield neighborhood, and was raised Baptist. He has three siblings, sister Pamela, who is four years older, and twins Harry and Ellen, who are three years younger. Smith attended Our Lady of Lourdes, a private Catholic elementary school in Philadelphia. His parents separated when he was 13, but did not actually divorce until around 2000.

Smith attended Overbrook High School. Though widely reported, it is untrue that Smith turned down a scholarship to attend the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT); he never applied to college because he "wanted to rap." Smith says he was admitted to a "pre-engineering [summer] program" at MIT for high school students, but he did not attend. According to Smith, "My mother, who worked for the School Board of Philadelphia, had a friend who was the admissions officer at MIT. I had pretty high SAT scores and they needed black kids, so I probably could have gotten in. But I had no intention of going to college."

Smith started as the MC of the hip-hop duo DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, with his childhood friend Jeffrey "DJ Jazzy Jeff" Townes as producer, as well as Ready Rock C (Clarence Holmes) as the human beat box. The trio was known for performing humorous, radio-friendly songs, most notably "Parents Just Don't Understand" and "Summertime". They gained critical acclaim and won the first Grammy awarded in the Rap category (1988).

Smith spent money freely around 1988 and 1989 and underpaid his income taxes. The Internal Revenue Service eventually assessed a $2.8 million tax debt against Smith, took many of his possessions, and garnished his income. Smith was nearly bankrupt in 1990, when the NBC television network signed him to a contract and built a sitcom, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, around him.

The show was successful and began his acting career. Smith set for himself the goal of becoming "the biggest movie star in the world", studying box office successes' common characteristics.

Smith's first major roles were in the drama Six Degrees of Separation (1993) and the action film Bad Boys (1995) in which he starred opposite Martin Lawrence.

In 1996, Smith starred as part of an ensemble cast in Roland Emmerich's Independence Day. The film was a massive blockbuster, becoming the second highest grossing film in history at the time and establishing Smith as a prime box office draw. He later struck gold again in the summer of 1997 alongside Tommy Lee Jones in the summer hit Men in Black playing Agent J. In 1998, Smith starred with Gene Hackman in Enemy of the State.

He turned down the role of Neo in The Matrix in favor of Wild Wild West (1999). Despite the disappointment of Wild Wild West, Smith has said that he harbors no regrets about his decision, asserting that Keanu Reeves's performance as Neo was superior to what Smith himself would have achieved, although in interviews subsequent to the release of Wild Wild West he stated that he "made a mistake on Wild Wild West. That could have been better."

In 2005, Smith was entered into the Guinness Book of World Records for attending three premieres in a 24-hour time span.

He has planned to star in a feature film remake of the television series It Takes a Thief.

On December 10, 2007, Smith was honored at Grauman's Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard. Smith left an imprint of his hands and feet outside the world-renowned theater in front of many fans. Later that month, Smith starred in the film I Am Legend, released December 14, 2007. Despite marginally positive reviews, its opening was the largest ever for a film released in the United States during December. Smith himself has said that he considers the film to be "aggressively unique". A reviewer said that the film's commercial success "cemented [Smith's] standing as the number one box office draw in Hollywood." On December 1, 2008, TV Guide reported that Smith was selected as one of America's top ten most fascinating people of 2008 for a Barbara Walters ABC special that aired on December 4, 2008.

In 2008 Smith was reported to be developing a film entitled The Last Pharaoh, in which he would be starring as Taharqa. It was in 2008 that Smith starred in the superhero movie Hancock.

Men in Black III opened on May 25, 2012 with Smith again reprising his role as Agent J. This was his first major starring role in four years.

On August 19, 2011, it was announced that Smith had returned to the studio with producer La Mar Edwards to work on his fifth studio album. Edwards has worked with artists such as T.I., Chris Brown, and Game. Smith's most recent studio album, Lost and Found, was released in 2005.

Smith and his son Jaden played father and son in two productions: the 2006 biographical drama The Pursuit of Happyness, and the science fiction film After Earth, which was released on May 31, 2013.

Smith starred opposite Margot Robbie in the romance drama Focus. He played Nicky Spurgeon, a veteran con artist who takes a young, attractive woman under his wing. Focus was released on February 27, 2015. Smith was set to star in the Sci-Fic thriller Brilliance, an adaptation of Marcus Sakey's novel of the same name scripted by Jurassic Park writer David Koepp. But he left the project.

Smith played Dr. Bennet Omalu of the Brain Injury Research Institute in the sports-drama Concussion, who became the first person to discover chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) in a football player's brain. CTE is a degenerative disease caused by severe trauma to the head that can be discovered only after death. Smith's involvement is mostly due to his last-minute exit from the Sci-Fi thriller-drama Brilliance. Concussion was directed by Peter Landesman and-bead filmed in Pittsburgh, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. It received $14.4 million in film tax credits from Pennsylvania. Principal photography started on October 27, 2014. Actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw played his wife. Omalu served as a consultant.

As of November 2015, Smith is set to star in the independent drama Collateral Beauty, which will be directed by David Frankel. Smith will play a New York advertising executive who succumbs to an deep depression after a personal tragedy.

Nobel Peace Prize Concert December 11, 2009, in Oslo, Norway: Smith with wife Jada and children Jaden and Willow Smith married Sheree Zampino in 1992. They had one son, Trey Smith, born on November 11, 1992, and divorced in 1995. Trey appeared in his father's music video for the 1998 single "Just the Two of Us". He also acted in two episodes of the sitcom All of Us, and has appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show and on the David Blaine: Real or Magic TV special.

Smith married actress Jada Koren Pinkett in 1997. Together they have two children: Jaden Christopher Syre Smith (born 1998), his co-star in The Pursuit of Happyness and After Earth, and Willow Camille Reign Smith (born 2000), who appeared as his daughter in I Am Legend. Smith and his brother Harry own Treyball Development Inc., a Beverly Hills-based company named after Trey. Smith and his family reside in Los Angeles, California.

Smith was consistently listed in Fortune Magazine's "Richest 40" list of the forty wealthiest Americans under the age of 40.

Alice Braga

Alice Braga Moraes born April 15, 1983 is a Brazilian actress. She has appeared in several Brazilian films, most notably as Angélica in 2002's highly acclaimed City of God and as Karina in 2005's Lower City. She came to international prominence after appearing opposite Will Smith in I Am Legend (2007) and has since become a familiar face in Hollywood, appearing in films such as Repo Men and Predators (both 2010), The Rite (2011) and Elysium (2013).

Jamal Hill

Born in New York, but raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Jamal Hill was fascinated with all of the arts particularly music and movies. As a result he studied screen writing and directing. After years of studying and honing his craft Hill and his mother ambitiously produced a $10,000 independent film entitled "Money Power Respect" from a 75 page script he wrote. He shot it in eleven days with three of his film colleagues and local Philadelphia theater actors. The film won Philly Underground Film festival and was ultimately distributed by Jeff Clanagan's Code Black Entertainment. Soon after its release a Will Smith and Overbrook Entertainment associate Charlie Mack Alston reached out to Hill about his talent. Subsequently, Hill began working on films such as "I Am Legend", "Hancock", "Iron Man" and directed Lady Gaga's "The Fame" short concert movie. In 2010, Hill returned to Philadelphia to directed a music based feature film entitled "Streets" starring hip hop star Meek Mill also produced by Alston that was released nationally by the BET network in 2012. As a result he landed a deal with Queen Latifah's Flavor Unit Entertainment to direct a slate of films, including "Brotherly Love" his first theatrically released film that was nominated for an NAACP IMAGE AWARD for Outstanding Independent Motion Picture . Hill is currently writing, directing and producing original film and television content under the Philavision Entertainment Group banner.

Bruce Berman

Bruce Berman is Chairman and CEO of Village Roadshow Pictures. The company has a successful joint partnership with Warner Bros. Pictures to co-produce a wide range of motion pictures, with all films distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. and in select territories by Village Roadshow Pictures.

Under the Village Roadshow Pictures banner, Berman has executive produced such wide-ranging successes as Clint Eastwood's Oscar® nominated "American Sniper," starring Bradley Cooper; the animated adventure "The Lego Movie," directed by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller; director Baz Luhrmann's box office hit "The Great Gatsby," starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan and Tobey Maguire; director Guy Ritchie's hit action-adventure "Sherlock Holmes," starring Robert Downey, Jr., and Jude Law and its sequel "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows,"; the "Ocean's," series starring Brad Pitt and George Clooney; the acclaimed drama "Gran Torino," directed by and starring Clint Eastwood; the blockbuster "I Am Legend," starring Will Smith; and George Miller's Oscar® winning animated adventure "Happy Feet."

Berman's upcoming credits include George Miller's post-apocalyptic action-adventure "Mad Max: Fury Road," starring Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron; Brad Peyton's action-thriller "San Andreas," and starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson; Ron Howard's action-adventure "In the Heart of the Sea," based on the Nathaniel Philbrick's bestseller about the dramatic true journey of the whaling ship Essex starring Chris Hemsworth; and "Concussion," a National Football League sports drama starring Will Smith.

Berman was named Chairman and CEO of VRP in February 1998. Previously, he spent 14 years at Warner Bros., joining the company in 1984 as Production Vice President and then serving as Senior Vice President of Production. In September 1989, he was named President of Theatrical Production and two years later, Worldwide President of Theatrical Production. During his tenure at Warner Bros. he produced and distributed numerous films including "Twister," "A Time to Kill," "Batman Forever," "The Fugitive," "The Client," "Outbreak," "Disclosure," "Dave," "The Bodyguard," "Under Siege," "Malcolm X," "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves," "Goodfellas," "Presumed Innocent," and the Oscar®-winning Best Picture "Driving Miss Daisy." In May of 1996, Berman started Plan B Entertainment, an independent motion picture company based at Warner Bros.

Berman graduated magna cum laude from UCLA in 1975 with a degree in United States History. He also attended Cal Arts Film School and Bennington College. Berman got his start in the motion picture business working with Jack Valenti at the MPAA while attending Georgetown Law School in Washington, D.C. After earning his law degree, he landed a job at Casablanca Films in 1978. Moving to Universal, he worked his way up to a production vice president in 1982.

Aaron Sims

Aaron Sims is one of the most innovative and versatile concept artists working in films today. To industry insiders, he is revered for his multi-faceted approach to creature development and design. To audiences, he is the genius behind many of today's most memorable movie monsters.

Sims' youth in Arlington, Texas was filled with animation and highly detailed pencil renderings of nature that his father produced professionally, motivating Sims to follow his interests in art and animation. As a teenager he began working for the renowned illustrator Don Ivan Punchatz. In the mid-80s, Sims moved to Los Angeles to begin his career as a special effects makeup artist for the film industry. His work quickly attracted the attention of legendary Academy Award winner Rick Baker, with whom Sims collaborated for the next twelve years. During that time, Sims served as a leading special effects artist on some of the most popular, defining movies of the 1990s: Gremlins 2, Batman Forever, Mighty Joe Young, Nutty Professor, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and Men in Black.

A pivotal event in defining Sims' future occurred when Baker introduced him to a new digital imaging program called Adobe Photoshop. Sims embraced computer technology with enthusiasm and began to combine Softimage 3D animation software, Photoshop's painting capabilities and his knowledge and experience as a special effects artist.

In the late 1990s, Sims started working for another Academy Award winner, Stan Winston, who encouraged Sims' pioneering methods. With advanced computers and cutting-edge software, Sims altered forever the industry's process of design and development. In 2000, working through the Stan Winston Studio, Sims introduced his visionary design process to Steven Spielberg, and became the lead character designer for Artificial Intelligence: A.I. Sims created unprecedented designs for all of Spielberg's robot characters and, in doing so, validated his groundbreaking approach to character creation. Having thus raised the bar in the concept design industry, Sims took the Stan Winston Studio to the forefront of innovative film design. During this exciting time, Sims co-founded Stan Winston Digital and led the studio, as art director and head concept artist, on such films as Constantine, Fantastic Four, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, Eight Below, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Spielberg's War of the Worlds, and Tim Burton's Big Fish.

Sims' creative approach to concept design using digital technology has had significant affects on the film industry. Softimage development teams have advanced aspects of their software from Sims creative use of their product. Sims has also inspired many of the current techniques used by top artists and designers in the entertainment industries. The demand for training in his methods has led to an ongoing partnership with Alex Alvarez and the Gnomon School of Visual Effects on a series of instructional DVDs.

With the same adventurous spirit that fueled his willingness to embrace digital technology, Sims decided to leave the Stan Winston Studio to work as an independent concept artist on 30 Days of Night, The Golden Compass, I Am Legend, The Day the Earth Stood Still, The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, The Incredible Hulk and The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor. In 2007, he co-founded White Rock Lake Productions with business partner and long-time friend John Norris while also opening his own fully capable design studio, The Aaron Sims Company.

Darrell Foster

Darrell Foster is the influential and inspirational force behind some of the most successful people in the world. He is a Mentor and Life Coach, as well as a Fight and Fitness Expert, who has worked with notable names across multiple fields of excellence - from World Champion boxer Sugar Ray Leonard to Oscar nominated actor, Will Smith.

Darrell worked with Sugar Ray Leonard for 18 years, helping lead him to multiple world boxing titles. Darrell holds black belts in multiple martial arts styles, having traveled to the Far East parts of the world, training in the most prestigious dojo of Japan.

This vast realm of professional fighting, boxing, mixed martial arts and self-defense has allowed Darrell to create his own unique training methodology, E2: Enlightenment and Exercise. Darrell uses E2 to help his clients achieve their goals by focusing on the precise conditioning of both the brain and body.

Aside from working one on one with his clients, Darrell's expertise has permeated the film industry in a variety of ways. Working as Stunt Coordinator, Darrell ensures the safety and efficacy of all action sequences/stunts for his films through his precise Action Scene Analysis. Not only responsible for training and transforming Will Smith into Muhammad Ali, Darrell has worked with Hollywood's Top Talent such as Jada Pinkett-Smith, Antonio Bandares, Nick Cannon, Tyrese Gibson, Virginia Madsen, Alice Braga, Terrence Howard, Mykelti Williamson, Woody Harrelson, Molly Allen, Spencer Breslin, Lolita Davidovich, Duane Martin, Bridget Moynahan, Eddie Murphy, Kevin Phillips, Caleeb Pinkett, Ving Rhames and Blair Underwood; working also with top film directors and producers, Gabrielle Muccino and Ron Shelton and owner of the New York Giants, Steve Tisch.

Equally notable, Darrell is an experienced and trained actor who has studied with acting coaches, Tom Todoroff and Aaron Speiser and has had supporting role in movies such as Hitch, I am Legend and Hancock that have generated Billions in box-office profits.

RJ Fattori

RJ grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia. He has a long history in local theater including playing the Artful Dodger at the Walnut Street Theater. He writes and sings original music and has performed at New York City clubs, such as Joe's Pub and Le Poisson Rouge. RJ's credits include Sesame Street, Saturday Night Live, Team Toon, Nintendo, Jest and Collegehumor, I am Legend, Standing Ovations, Disney Theatrical's "Newsies" where he originated the role of Les. Oxygen Network's "The Next Big Thing NY" chronicles the real life struggles of young and up coming actors in New York City as they work with their coaches and audition for opportunities that may change their lives. He is currently working on the film "Last Vegas", where he plays a young Robert De Niro.

Rick Lee

Rick Lee is an actor and movie producer. Born in the USA in Hawaii. He manages his wife (Maria Alexandra) and daughter (Stephanie West), they too are actresses in the industry. He has been in the entertainment industry since he was young. He attended theatrical arts school for a couple of years. He has been in several feature films both English & Spanish. He is best known as El Chino in the Spanish film industry. Rick Lee's father filmed in Cornel Wilde's movie Beach Red (1967) which also starred actor Rip Torn . His Great Grandfather was the Honorable George Clinton Bestor of the town Peoria, Illinois. A few movies that Rick Lee has participated in are... Unwanted, Errors of Innocent Adolescence, Desafio, El Mandadero, The Fugitive, El Mano Negra, Legend of the Black Wolf, Deviants and more... as of Oct.2015, Rick Lee and his family are staying in Dallas, TX. participating on a 21st Century & USA Network's TV series called Queen of the South which stars actors Alice Braga from I am Legend & Elysium, Peter Gadiot from Once upon a time in Wonderland, Joaquim Del Almeida from Machete Kills & rising star Spanish actress Veronica Falcón. Rick Lee's goal is to get a principal speaking role on a big budget production in Hollywood. Rick Lee hasn't decided yet if he & his family will head back to West Coast to Hollywood after their filming is done or continue to support Hollywood's fast growing industry here in Dallas, Texas...

Steve Niles

Steve Niles is one of the writers responsible for bringing horror comics back to prominence. Currently writing "Wake the Dead", "Freaks of the Heartland", "Fused: Think Like a Machine" and "Love Me Tenderloin: A Cal Macdonald Mystery" for Dark Horse Comics and "Hyde" and "Dark Days" for IDW, Niles also recently released his third "Cal MacDonald" illustrated prose novel, "Dial M For Monster".

His "30 Days of Night" comic is also being developed as a major motion picture, with Spider-Man's Sam Raimi producing. Also in pre-production are adaptations of his "Wake The Dead" and "Hyde", and also a "Criminal Macabre" movie, for which he will write the screenplay as well.

Niles got his start in the industry when he formed his own publishing company called Arcane Comix, where he published, edited and adapted several comics and anthologies for Eclipse Comics. His adaptations include works by Clive Barker, Richard Matheson and Harlan Ellison. IDW recently released a hardcover collection of Niles' adaptation of Richard Matheson's "I Am Legend".

Niles has completed a wide array of projects, including "Remains" and "Aleister Arcane" from IDW and "The Nail" (with Rob Zombie), "Fused: Dazed and Confused" and "Fused: Machinehead" from Dark Horse Comics. Additionally, he is hard at work on another "Cal MacDonald" novel, "Last Train To Deadsville" and a second "30 Days of Night" sequel entitled "Return To Barrow".

Chris Sergi

For the last decade, Chris Sergi has served as a Development Executive and Independent Producer. In 2007, he collaborated with Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith's company, Overbrook Entertainment, on the Internet digisodes for the feature film, I Am Legend. He also produced the re- shoots for Jada Pinkett-Smith's writing and directorial debut, The Human Contract. Immediately after, he began development and production on the directorial debut of Rockmond Dunbar, Pastor Brown, starring Michael B. Jordan and Salli Richardson-Whitfield. The film premiered in the #1 position for cable movies with 2.2 million viewers.

Since then, Sergi, has continually produced independent films, like the micro budget, Scrapper which topped the VOD charts when released, as well as a critically acclaimed segment in the hit horror-anthology series, The ABC's Of Death. Recently, he helped Brian Graden (Former President of MTV) launch his boutique production company with shows like the Emmy Award Winning series HitRecord on PIVOT starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, which is currently in its second season. He spent the last few years as Director of Development for Morningstar Entertainment where he developed on series for TLC, Destination America, Travel and Logo and created the series, Monster In My Family, which was sold to the revamped LMN Cable Network and premiered in the Fall of 2015. He also returned to his favorite genre to co-produce the independent feature, Vows in the Spring of 2015.

Currently, he is producing a sports documentary starring retired NFL player, Baron Batch, which is being directed by Rashard Mendenhall (Pittsburgh Steelers, HBO's Ballers) and for the remainder of the year is in development on various projects in the digital, television and feature film space with companies like Blumhouse, Ish Entertainment, Overbrook Entertainment, Wolper, All Def Digital, Alpine Labs and StreamNow TV to name a few.

Jonathan Gabriel Charles

Jonathan Gabriel Charles, born and raised in Haiti for the first ten years of his life, immigrated to New York with his parents at the age of 10, Queens to be exact. As a graduate from the New York Film Academy, and studies from the historic HB Studio, Jonathan booked his first acting role in 2007, in a NIKE commercial with Amar'e Stoudemire. With his love of sports already in place, growing up playing soccer and basketball, the commercial was meant to be and the stepping stone for plenty more roles to come; advertisements for Footlocker and Converse to name a few. Acting as his own agent, Jonathan networked his way into major studios and landed a role in one of the biggest movies, "I Am Legend", starring one of his idols. His lists of accomplishments is nowhere near its end; film, commercials, print, music videos; Jonathan Charles is open to it all.

Brian Badie

Arguably one of today's most innovative celebrity hair stylist, Brian Benedict Badie is a driving force in film and television. Born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, Brian has always considered himself an artist in every realm - music, art, fashion and dance. His innovation comes to life in a host of critically acclaimed television series and blockbuster films. In 1984, Badie began attending Louisiana State University where he pursued a bachelors degree in Fashion Merchandise. Going into his junior year, he decided to transition from pursuing a college degree to seeking a full time career as an artist. In 1991, at the age of 26, Brian began his love for the art of hair design after graduating from Moler Beauty College in New Orleans. After catching the eyes of the legendary Hair Stylist Robert Louis Stevenson, Brian earned the position of Key Hairstylist on the Feature Film "Eve's Bayou". This opportunity awarded Brian with the mentorship of Stevenson, continuing his career as a hairstylist on projects such as CBS's "Having our Say" and HBO's "A Lesson Before Dying" and "The Corner". In 2001, Brian relocated to New York City where he debuted as a Department Head Hairstylist with the critically acclaimed film "Monster's Ball", Indie Art Films "Shadowboxer" and "The Cookout". He then continued to gain experience and opportunities to work on blockbuster films including "I am Legend", "Miracle at St. Anna", and "American Gangster". Since his debut as a Department Head, Brian has created hair designs on NBC's "Law and Order:SVU" for seven seasons, Starz's hit show "Power" for three seasons, and WGN's record breaking, compelling series "Underground". It is no surprise that Brian's unrivaled body of work has caught the eyes of some of Hollywood's biggest stars, directors and producers including Hellen Mirren, Mariska Hargitay, Heath Ledger, Cuba Gooding Jr., Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Viola Davis, Bobby Cannavale, Debi Mazar, Kathy Griffin, Anthony Hemingway, Nina Jacobson, Brad Simpson, Marc Forster, Lee Daniels and Akiva Goldsman. From season to season the excitement for Brian's art ends where another begins.

Sven Faulconer

Sven Faulconer, born and raised in Belgium, is a Los Angeles-based composer for film and television. He employs a wide and unique range of musical styles, as reflected in the remarkable list of credits acquired by him over the years.

In particular, a keen sense for collaboration and strong story-telling skills have earned him music credits on such blockbuster movies as The Hunger Games series, Nightcrawler, The Bourne Legacy, The Green Hornet and Parkland. His original approach in independent productions has resulted in numerous scores with a very distinctive character.

Beginning formal music training at age 8, Sven showed an early knack for improvisation and was soon writing his own pieces. Over the years he has also become a passionate clarinet player and performed a number of solo concertos with symphonic orchestra. His studies took him on an exciting journey starting in Ghent, later moving to Rome to conclude his academic career in Los Angeles at the renowned UCLA Film Scoring Program. As always, he was driven by the powerful synergy of music and film, paired with the fulfillment that the film scoring process brought to him.

Since his move to Los Angeles, Sven has had the pleasure of learning from several A-list composers - more specifically his experience at Hans Zimmer's Remote Control Productions and his ongoing collaboration with James Newton Howard, composer of films such as The Hunger Games series, Maleficent, The Sixth Sense, The Dark Knight and I Am Legend.

Paradox Pollack

Paradox is an actor,producer and movement director. He has worked directly with some of the biggest names in film including actors Robin Williams, Will Smith, Rene Russo, Chris Hemsworth, and Tom Hiddleston, directors JJ Abrams and Kenneth Branagh, as well as legendary stunt coordinator and second-unit director Vic Armstrong.

Pollack began his theatrical work in circus, and enjoyed a successful career that spanned over 20 years. He was a writer, director, and performer in dozens of shows and toured nation-wide as a dancer, contortionist, and whip-wielding ringmaster.

He was a co-founder of both Dream Circus and Mystic Family Circus (San Francisco). He created shows for Cirque Du Soleil and performed with many other companies, including Circo Zero (San Francisco),Bindlestiff Family (New York), Lucent Dossier (Los Angeles), and Cahin Caha (France). His extensive background in the performing arts created the foundation for his work as a fight choreographer and movement director for feature films.

Pollack specializes in a variety of dance styles, stage combat, and performance-capture techniques, and for the past 7 years has worked with both film veterans and upcoming young stars to build their on-screen movement and fighting styles.

Pollack's first film role was in What Dreams May Come, as a hellion that torments Robin Williams and Max von Sydow. He went on to work on I Am Legend, where he helped choreograph all zombies featured in the film, and served as stunt-double for the main zombie who faces off with Will Smith's character. He helped develop the character movement for the alien races in JJ Abrams' Star Trek, as well as the supernatural monsters and Asgardian Gods in Kenneth Branagh's Thor.

Paradox's current projects include directing the music video Cat Skillz for Beats Antique, the movement direction and fight choreography for Batgirl: The Webseries and is excited to bring his sensibility to the initiation rites of Stephanie Brown, the young Batgirl into her adulthood in the world of Gotham. Pollack has taken on the role of producer, joining the team that is developing Starhawk's beloved novel, The Fifth Sacred Thing, into a major motion picture. He is deeply committed to this particular story because it perfectly addresses the political, cultural, and spiritual issues we face in our rapidly changing world.

Greg Wattkis

Born in Jamaica, West Indies, Greg Wattkis relocated to the U.S. as a child, where he pursued and excelled in a myriad of athletic pursuits,that included gymnastics, track and field, baseball and basketball.

As a result of his love for sports and continued physical training Greg began to pursue a career as an actor and stunt performer. His training in martial arts, gymnastics, and various disciplines has afforded him the ability to perform the necessary work on film and television. He believes that there is always a lot more to learn, so he is always training.

After appearing in the feature film "I Am Legend" he was honored to be among those nominated at the SAG Awards for "Best Stunt Ensemble".

He was also nominated for "Hardest Hit in a Stunt" by his peers at the Taurus World Stunt Awards for his work on "Grown Ups 2".

His continued training and experience drives his goal to work along side, and for the top of the industry in Film & Television and in the world of stunts. To date, he is a Stunt Coordinator, Stunt performer and Actor.

Brian Barry

Mr. Barry was born in New York in the later part of the 1970's to Dr. Dana Barry, Space Scientist and creator of the first Moon and Mars Mission (Clarkson University) and James F. Barry, III. (Retired Chemistry Professor)

He broke into the acting industry as a print model beginning in 1985 for science text and lab books used in middle and high schools throughout the United States. He can been seen in numerous publications as a student doing lab experiments.

Brian also had a profound interest in music and art from a young age and pursued both of those fields as well. He holds two Master Degrees from Hofstra University. The first was conferred in 2006: Masters in Fine Arts, Humanities and Creative Arts and Culture. The second MA was bestowed on him in 2008 in Speech, Rhetoric, and Performance Studies and Documentary film.

The latter degree enabled Mr. Barry to create a documentary film entitled: "Going Against the Grain: American Pop Culture" which featured interviews with founding member of Sha Na Na, Dr. Robert Leonard; and member of Frank Zappa's Mothers of Inventions. In addition it featured the late George E. Nahas and Timothy Carey, whom produced the film "The World's Greatest Sinner" which was the first film in 1957 which Frank Zappa scored a soundtrack form. Barry's film is available on DVD.

Early connections with WWF Wrestler Hacksaw Jim Duggan (whom Brian's mom worked with his sister) helped secure work for Mr. Barry in X-Files, Sopranos, I am Legend, The Balloonist, and other work.

In 1995, Brian was part of a family project to record a music album. The Album entitled "The Barrytones: Chemical Sensation" was recorded live in the studios at W.S.L.U. Fm Radio at St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY. and features Mr. Barry on guitar, harmonica, and vocals. The album helped promote science education in the classroom and was produced by Dr. Barry.

Mr. Barry is current a principal Actor and a member of SAG-AFTRA. He also holds a lifetime "Class A" FCC Radio License which he earned in March of 1995.

James Knight

James is based in Los Angeles working in Virtual Production and Virtual Reality. In addition to being Performance Capture Supervisor on Columbia Pictures' The Amazing Spiderman, he spent four years managing the motion capture for James Cameron's Avatar. Additionally he has done Performance Capture for films including I Am Legend, 2012, Hulk and Prince Caspian and various video games including, Batman Arkham City, Scene It, Star Wars: The Old Republic, and Gotham Racing. He is a member of the Visual Effects Society (VES), on the Board of Directors at the British Academy's Los Angeles chapter (BAFTA-LA), and a member of the Scientific and Technical Achievement Committee at The Academy (AMPAS).

Zion DeBeatham

Zion DeBeatham is an American Director/Writer/Actor born in the Bronx but raised in the Caribbean (Jamaica). The vast differences in the two cultures by which he was exposed to gave life to his creativity and vast experiences for story development. Raised by his beloved and 'quite strict' grandmother 'Bunny', Zion was never allowed to step foot in a movie theater or hang out with the local young crowd. It was strictly school during the week and church on Sunday. His primary source of entertainment was working the farm with his grandfather, playing with one of their many animals or sitting by the radio listening to stories being read over the air with his grandmother. He accredits this with where he earned his masters degree in writing and his innate ability to bring a story to life. In 1977 Zion stepped foot on US soil for the first time since his birth. It was during that summer that he was bitten by the movie bug when his mother took him to a movie theater for the first time to see 'Star Wars'. After serving several years as a United States Marine, the martial arts instructor enrolled in The Center For Media Arts in New York City to pursue his passion. Zion's talents eventually made it's way through several film festivals, creating a buzz and gaining notoriety until his creativity and drive caught the attention of Production Designer 'Wynn Thomas' who took Zion under his wing and mentored him in the movie business. One year later Zion got his first big break on Hunger Games 'Catching Fire'. It was on this film that Zion got to meet and be further inspired by director, Francis Lawrence (Constantine, I Am Legend, Like Water For Elephants).

Marco Marenghi

Marco Marenghi was sat on the sofa watching cartoons. The unemployed electronics engineer was forced into redundancy when the technology firms that dominated his area in Wales, UK moved on to cheaper labor in foreign countries. His wife, Joanne, noted that Marco wasn't much of a TV guy but when cartoons were on he was mesmerized - the animation seemed to captivate and hypnotize him. She suggested that he go back to college and learn a new trade in this field that he found so fascinating. Despite the fact that he was one of the most promising artists in high school, Marco had not picked up a pencil in 15 years so he found this suggestion as quite absurd. Joanne persevered as she saw in him something that he did not. In 1995, Joanne visited the Glamorgan College for Art and Design Technology (GCADT) and was very impressed by their new animation course. She pleaded with Marco to go check it out until he eventually caved in and agreed - anything for a peaceful life. During the visit, Marco met Pete Hodges and Chris Webster - who were both about to have a profound affect on his life, though he didn't know it yet. Like Joanne, the course content blew Marco's mind and he could now see what his wife was pushing toward. Alas he had no portfolio, no sketchbook, nothing he could show to the course leaders that proved he had the talent. What he did have, however was tenacity. Both Pete and Chris recognized this and sent him away with a mission: spend the weekend sketching and come back on Monday to show us what you did. So that weekend, while working on his parents ice-cream truck, Marco took out his pencils and drew for the first time in 15 years - for once thankful that it was raining and business was quiet. On the Monday he returned to GCADT and showed his work. Both Pete and Chris agreed that he'd be a fine candidate but there were currently no open positions so they agreed to put him on the wait list. Marco was feeling pretty low but as he left the office, the phone rang. Pete gestured for him to hold on.... someone was calling to cancel and there was now a position available. Did Marco want it? You betcha!

Marco's time at GCADT was a mixed bag of emotions. Here he was surrounded by younger artists with incredibly impressive portfolios while he clutched the little sketchbook he had started in the ice-cream truck. He quickly realized however that the younger students did not share his knowledge of life and what the big-wide world had in store for them. Marco's tireless work ethos meant he quickly progressed and his maturity (!) led to mentoring many students. At the start of the course, the students were given 2 months instruction for each of the animation genres: drawn, stop-motion and computer. Marco gained a creditable pass at drawing, a distinction in stop-motion but barely scraped through the computer section. But what the other disciplines had failed to do was challenge him so he decided to major in computer animation and bought his first P.C. Before the end of the animation course, Marco had been selected by Framestore in London to work on the groundbreaking "Walking with Dinosaurs" series. It was agreed that he would be released early and assessed on his development by Framestore's head of CG Mike Milne. He passed, of course, with flying colors and his new career was born. Under Mike's leadership, Marco quickly developed as an artist and was made a lead animator for the 4th episode of "Walking with Dinosaurs: A Cruel Sea". Upon release, Walking with Dinosaurs became a worldwide sensation, revolutionizing TV and raising the bar for VFX based shows. It was this exceptional realism of blending high-end VFX with live action backgrounds that Marco would specialize in for the rest of his career. With numerous awards - including the prestigious AoC Gold Award which he received in 2000 at the UK Senate - and 3 Emmy wins, the phones began to ring. In April 2000, Marco and his family relocated to the Bay Area in California. In his new job with PDI/Dreamworks CAFE (Creature and Feature Effects), Marco worked on the movies "Evolution" and directly with Steven Spielberg for "Minority Report", as well as several commercial spots. When Dreamworks closed it's CAFE division mid-2001, Marco was loaned to Electronic Arts where he worked on cinema tics for the games "Freakstyle", "Lord of the Rings" and James Bond "Nightfire". In 2003, Marco landed a job at Sony Pictures Imageworks to work on Robert Zemekis's "The Polar Express" and the family relocated to Los Angeles. During this transitional period, the BBC filmed "The Marco Marenghi Story" - a 30 minute documentary on his journey from humble unemployment in Wales to working in the cutting-edge Hollywood visual effects industry. Marco's hard work and "can-do" attitude meant that he quickly rose through the ranks and attained the position of Animation Supervisor for "Ghost Rider", "I am Legend", "Speed Racer", Tim Burtons "Alice in Wonderland" and "The Green Lantern". Other credits include "Bewitched", "The Watchmen", "Spiderman 3", "Valkyrie" and "2012". During his time at SPI, Marco was awarded "The Friz Frieling Lifetime Achievement Award for Outstanding Animation" in 2008 and in 2009 he was bestowed an "Honorary Doctorate in Technology" by the Glamorgan University of Wales. In 2011 the "Walking with Dinosaurs 3D" movie was announced and immediately sparked Marco's interest. In June that same year, Marco started a 20 month dream assignment as Animation Director in Sydney, Australia at Animal Logic. While there, his creativity blossomed as he oversaw multiple departments for the show. Both the production and director had great faith in his creative decision making, allowing him to expand and experiment with tremendous results. After nearly 2 years away from home, 2013 saw his return to Los Angeles and the chance to take a bit of a hiatus and spend some much needed family time.

Steven Calapai

Steve Calapai was born and raised on Long Island New York. Steven started his career as an actor/print model at a very early age working with top TV & Film Companies, agents and managers. He was represented by the same organizations that represented Menudo and Rickie Martin. Following a successful career in acting/print, Steve tried his hand in a career in The Music Industry where he was a great success. Working as a producer, session drummer, Grammy Member, and studio owner, Steve has had the privilege to manage 2 Time #1 recording artist Freddie Scott. Mr. Scott's hits included: ("You Got What I Need"-Sampled By rapper Biz Markie), (#1 hit song "Hey Girl", #1 R&B hit, "Are You Lonely For Me Baby") and another 10 top thirty hits. While working with Scott Steven set up numerous public appearances, red carpet events and concerts. Steven is proud to have worked with and appeared with, Bette Midler, Billy Joel, Van Morrison, Cuba Gooding Sr., Solomon Burke, Johnny Winter, Bruce Springsteen, Gary Us Bonds, Atlantic Records, Elijah Records and many more... As his popularity grew in the industry Steven turned his talents to managing actors. Having managed Cable Ace Award nominee, Billy McNamara, Steve was introduced to the world of film and Television where his passions grew. Mr McNamara's credits include: "Doing Time On Maple Drive", which was the most highest rated TV program in Lifetime TV's history, "Brylecream Boys", Showtime's, "Beggars and Choosers", "Copy Cat" and many more. Steve has handled press and pr for many well known celebrities and has worked with top organizations and celebrities in TV and Film including, The Michael Awards, starring Regis Philbin, Playboys 50th Anniversary hosted by Pamela Anderson, Reality Cares with an award going to Mark Burnett, Omarossa, Gideon Horowitz from NBC's The Restaurant Series, Tommy Davidson from In Living Color, and many more... Steve created the TV concept "Reality Rewind" starring Gideon Horowitz and has interviewed the likes of Mark Burnett and Donald Trump. Steve worked with producers Michael Tadross Jr and Mark Lipsky at EMPI, Entertainment Management Partners in NY City. Mr. Lipsky produced "The Arsenio Hall Show". He has also provided management and business management for Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall, Chris Rock, John Belushi and numerous cast members from Saturday Night Live. Steven worked with the son of famed Beatle Producer George Martin while at EMPI also, Greg Martin. Steven has has sold and written numerous TV projects to Networks over the passed few years and is continuing a career as a Producer for TV with Michael Tadross Jr and Philip Ferrara. Mr Tadross comes from a family of billion dollar grossing producers in Hollywood. They have produced the films, "Hitch", "I Am Legend", "The Thomas Crowne Affair", "Sherlock Holmes" and "Arthur" just to name a few. Steve is privileged to work with and be partnered on a handful of TV projects with such a great friend and professional in Michael Tadross Jr. With his knowledge and experience in Hollywood and by surrounding himself with top professionals, Steve's successes will continue to grow through 2011. As of late 2010, Steve has 3 TV shows in development with a top NY City Production Company/Network with his partners. Steve has been responsible for above and below the line duties and continues to run several successful companies in Entertainment.

Anthony Vasto

A graduate of Columbia College Chicago, Anthony Vasto began his career working for Academy Award winning Writer/Producer Akiva Goldsman (I Am Legend, Hancock, The DaVinci Code, A Beautiful Mind) at his Warner Bros. based Weed Road Pictures. As an executive Anthony contributed to the development of feature films such as Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Constantine and Starsky & Hutch. In 2005 he founded Instrumental Management, a literary management company focused on developing emerging screenwriters and their careers.

Justin Smith Shelton

Born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Justin Danger Ryan Smith Shelton graduated high school in Arizona.

Shelton earned bachelor degrees from Arizona State University in communications and from Full Sail University in film. During college, Shelton DJ'ed and did play by play for the student radio stations. At Full Sail, Shelton filmed his first short "Jungle", a film about war and racism, on 16 and 8 mm film.

Justin moved to Los Angeles in 2004 to pursue his life long dream of working in the film industry.

Shelton got his start in the industry working as a segment producer and editor on Jim Rome is Burning on ESPN. Justin transitioned into a new job as production office coordinator on the 8th and 9th seasons of Survivor.

Seeing an opportunity to work in film, Shelton took a production assistant job on Spike Jonze's 'Where the Wild Things Are'.

Shelton took a job as a Management Trainee position with Steve Papazian, the President of Worldwide Physical Production for Warner Bros. During his time in Papazian's office, Shelton witnessed the productions of films such as 'The Dark Knight', 'The Departed', '300', 'I Am Legend' and several 'Harry Potter' films.

Shelton wrote and directed the short film 'Tag' about street art. 'Tag' was well received and played in three film festivals.

During this time, Shelton worked as assistant to director Brad Peyton on the film 'Cats and Dogs 2'.

After his management trainee position, Justin transitioned into the VFX department for Warner Bros. As an assistant to both Anne Kolbe and Mark Brown, Shelton worked on films such as 'Inception', 'Sucker Punch', 'Sherlock Holmes' and 'Watchmen'.

Shelton's short film 'The Do Over' was featured on the front page of Yahoo! where it was viewed more than a million times in a week.

Shelton was promoted to VFX production supervisor, reporting directly to Anne Kolbe. During this period, Shelton worked on films such as 'Gravity', 'Argo', 'Dark Knight Rises', 'Man of Steel' and 'Green Lantern'. Additionally, Justin operated witness camera on '300: Rise of an Empire'.

During this time, Shelton directed 'Momentary' a short film that played in the Hollyshorts Film Fest.

Shelton moved into animation where he worked as an editorial and story supervisor on the film 'Storks'. During that time, Shelton also worked on two animated shorts for Warner Bros., 'The Master' and 'Contagious'.

Shelton wrote a screenplay 'Worst Date Ever' which placed in the quarterfinals in the 2016 Page International Screenwriting Festival and the 2015 Screencraft Comedy Screenplay Contest.

Justin co-wrote and produced a short 'Storks: A Guide to Your New Baby' for the Warner Bros. Blu-Ray release of Storks.

In addition to film, Shelton enjoys djaying, music production, golfing, basketball, and shoe collecting.

Domi Piturro

Domi Piturro, company president of Icon Imaging, was also the co-founder of Paraform and inventor of the original 3D scan data surfacing technology. In 1994, Domi was one of the first team members to be brought on to do R&D and help create 3D graphics pipelines for both Sony's Playstation and Imageworks divisions. Having started his artistic career originally in sculpture and architecture, Domi began studying and teaching at Pratt Institute in the late 1980's.

During this period he started working in collaboration with Cyberware, one of the first 3D scanner manufacturers. In the early 1990's, he helped develop the first 3D scan based, animation ready, digital human. With his systems, Domi's first body scans were of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Star Trek cast in 1995. He then oversaw R&D projects using his human model systems for Cyberware, Motion Analysis, and Maya. This ground breaking development became the basis for human character modeling and animation in Maya 1.0. It was shown at SIGGRAPH 1998 as the Maya Dancer Cloth Demo.

Domi then joined with Stanford University developing his process further. This research and process ultimately developed into 3D scan data "Surfacing" also known as "Retopology" technology. Paul Allen co-founder of Microsoft became aware of Domi and his revolutionary work and wanted to invest in the team and the company behind the pioneering technology, in 1996 Paraform was then founded. The technology and systems were used on films such as: Harry Potter, Spiderman, Star Wars, X-Men and Hollow Man. In 2000 the work for Paraform won an Academy Award for Technical Achievement for this groundbreaking work in film. Surfacing and Retopology technology are still the core of the industry and fully in use today.

After Paraform Domi was invited to again join Stanford for a historic project. This was to produce High Resolution 3D scans of Michelangelo's David and other classic statues in Florence. These works were presented at SIGGRAPH 2000.

After this massive project and many years of doing research and technology development, Domi returned to his roots in artistic production. In 2000 he formed Icon Imaging Studio. He has worked on projects such as: I am Legend, Superman Returns, Madden NFL, Guitar Hero, Fantastic Four, Fight Night, Def Jam, X-Men, Batman vs. Superman, Battlefield Hardline, Dead Space as well as many others.

Currently Icon imaging is working in collaboration with the USC-ICT Graphics Research Lab doing R&D on new advanced human imaging systems. The collaborative research project is involved with both academic and applied production projects.

Marcellus White

Marcellus White was born on May 22, 1992 in District of Columbia. He grew up in the arts learning how to play piano. He also did some ballet at a young age at the New School of Dance and Arts. In 2014 he graduated from the Art Institute of Philadelphia with a bachelor of science in digital filmmaking and video production, directing five short films. He's collaborated with filmmakers such as Tony Palma. Marcellus continues his passion as a director, writer, and also has a love for sound in movies. Marcellus loves listening to music by Earth Wind & Fire, Mad Soul Child, Princess Fortier, Sa-Roc, and loves film and tv soundtracks. His favorite movies are Training Day, The Man From Nowhere, The Matrix, I Am Legend and TV Series, Avatar The Last Airbender, Person of Interest, Static Shock, and Yu Gi Oh.

Jack Williamson

John Stewart "Jack" Williamson was a prolific fiction writer of novels and short stories in the science-fiction genre. He replaced Robert A. Heinlein as the "Dean of Science Fiction" in 1988.

His novel "Darker Than You Think" (1948) is perhaps his best known and has since been included in the Gollancz SF and Fantasy Masterworks collection that also includes Ray Bradbury's 1962 novel "Something Wicked This Way Comes" and Richard Matheson's 1954 masterpiece "I Am Legend". "Darker Than You Think" is the tale of an ongoing war between humankind and werewolves, that latter living hidden amongst the former.

Jack Williamson sadly passed away in 2006, but will be remembered as one of the best science-fiction authors of all time.

Jim Cody Harrington

Cody Harrington is a multi-disciplined digital effects artist/technical director with an extensive background in film production, visual effects, broadcast television, and interactive multimedia.

2009 - present - staff at Pixar Animation Studios, Emeryville, CA

2010 - Cars2, as fx technical director, 2009 - Toy Story 3, as fx technical director

Previous projects: Sony Pictures Imageworks, Culver City, CA., specialty: 3d volumetric atmospheric and elemental effects (clouds, tornadoes, hurricanes, avalanches, snow, dust, rain, and fire), as seen in feature films such as: Cloudy with a chance of Meatballs, Zack Snyder's "Watchmen" (2009), I am Legend, Beowulf (2007), Spiderman 3 (Sandman team,SPI, 2006), (Triple-X, StarTrek Nemesis, Daredevil, Stealth, and The Day After Tomorrow -- Digital Domain, Venice, CA).

He has also worked with Disneys Imagineering group (R&D), consulted and lectured for various organizations (Apple Computer, Mirador/e2 productions), and is on the advisory board of Stanford University's Academy for New Media (Philip Gibson, director). He has also produced numerous documentary-styled promos and interviews of educators for Apple Computer and Stanford University. He has presented on behalf of Apple Computer for key educational accounts at industry conferences, universities, and user groups (AFCI,Quicktime Live Panel on New Media Tools, Macworld Panel, New Paradigms in Content, New Media Conference Univ. of CA. MB, College of Santa Fe Digital Media School, CUE conference, NECC, others.)

Cody's interest in film centered on cinematography and visual effects. In 1985 he worked for Richard Edlund (Star Wars IV Visual Effects Supervisor) at BOSS Film in Marina Del Rey learning camera motion control and blue-screen optical compositing techniques. His numerous feature film credits include (digital) xXx (avalanche seq.)(rob Cohen), Daredevil, Star Trek Nemesis, The Day After Tomorrow (tornadoes), Stealth. (pre-digital): The Abyss, Date with an Angel, Die Hard, Leonard V1, King Kong Lives, Manhunter, Vibes, Weeds, At Close Range, Year Of The Dragon, Cats Eye, Firestarter, Earthstar Voyager, Teenage Vampire.

Cody worked at Boss Film Effects for 3 years in Marina Del Rey, CA., with Richard Edlund, Bill Neil, Neil Krepala, Thaine Morris, Mat Beck, Mark Stetson, Pat Mclung, and Larz Anderson, creating practical magic in the pre-digital twilight of optically composited 65mm motion control based effects.

Cinematography references: Alex Thompson, Mikael Solomon, Pete Romano, Ron Garcia, Walt Lloyd, Reed Smoot, Jan Weinke, James Bartle, Alec Mills, Juan Ruiz Anchia, Dante Spinotte, Jack Cardiff, Guiseppe Russolini, Mike Fash, Kelvin Pike, Bill Neil, John Fante.

Michael Del Rossa

Multivision Fx founder Michael Del Rossa, originally from Rochester, NY was fascinated by the effects in horror films at an early age and began creating his own in his early teens. After he moved to Los Angeles in 1995, Michael started his own company Multivision Fx, through which he has contributed to numerous productions such as "Spawn," "Gods and Monsters," "Bicentennial Man," "The Fallen Ones," and "Afterimage" for which he produced and directed the documentary "Portrait of Death" (The Art of Special Effects Makeup) and several more since. His credits also include such high profile films as: "The Passion of the Christ,""The Watchmen," "300," "I am Legend," "Pirates of the Caribbean," and many, more. Recently he brought his innovative and ground breaking ideas to the TV series "The Deadliest Warriors" in which he brought a whole new level to" Ballistics Science Testing Models" a high bred mix of prosthetic makeup techniques, Ballistics technology, and anatomy to create effects ballistics torsos that propelled the viewing of the series. Constantly searching for innovative and creative ideas, Michael is currently looking into directing as well, "I will always do makeup effects and looks forward to the future challenges and working with creative productions and directors.

Find out more on IMDB.com or his company website at: Multivisionfx.com

Apache Gonzalez

Apache Gonzalez AKA Apache Prinze Born Apache Gonzalez was born in one of the toughest neighborhoods in Brooklyn NY. were he at a young age learned to worked on his writing skills because the streets weren't a safe place to be. His father a singer also, who had a single out in the 80"s, saved what little money he could in order to give his son every possible opportunity. he arranged for Apache to start taking piano lessons. to keep him off the streets. Apache started doing shows with a band that his father used to manage, he got his first tastes of being on stage at the age of 9. as he got older Apache realized this was what he wanted to do. He performed in Hs talent shows and plays. For the next few years after HS Apache was acting and singing doing bit parts and back ground roles in major films. paying his dues till he got that role so he could finally be accepted in Screen Actors Guild. While doing background work for $30 for the day he finally got his break Apache was playing a drug dealer opposite Alexis Cruz (Stargate,Why do fools fall in love)Isaiah Washington, Nestor Serrano and Troy Winbush (Cosby show) Apache got his big break when he was giving lines by the director (Jesus Salvador Trevino,Star Trek:TNG,DS9,Voyager) and on that day he went from just back ground to principal actor. Apache thought to him self that if it wasn't for him going to work that day for just $30 he would have never gotten his break. the rest is history. Apache has played along side Samuel Jackson, Jeffery Wright, Vanessa Williams and Busta rhymes in SHAFT, Jennifer Lopez, Stanley Tuck and Ralph Finnes in Maid In Manhattan, Jessica Alba in fantastic four, Toby McGuire in Spiderman 2, TV Shows Like Sex In The City ,Sopranos. He has also worked on the Production side on I Am Legend, American Gangster , Bourne Identity Julie Julia, What happens in Vegas, Baby mama, White collar, ugly Betty, Empire Boulevard, How to make it in America and so on.

Apache has also been in the studio finishing up his new album. After years of bit roles and paying his dues in he industry Apache is hoping that by 2013 his career will have the jumpstart he's been waiting for . Apache has recently moved to Hazleton PA a small town were he can enjoy the piece an quiet an still be close enough to the big Cities to continue his acting and Movie career.

Shaun Mackey

Shaun Mackey was born and raised in New York City. He's worked in the online industry for the past 11 years. During that time, he's worked directly with Will Smith and the cast and crew on I Am Legend. He runs his own company providing training and video lessons to help people become successful online. Shaun lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Mark Jones

Mark Jones is of Irish, Welsh and German descent. Raised in Seneca Falls, NY, Mark found himself creating movies as a teen involving all his family and friends. Being the youngest of six children, he always sought ways to use his brothers and sisters in his early projects as well as his closest friends from church.

Studied film and production in Buffalo, NY and performed in the university's theatre productions. One them was "T.V. Land" for The Buffalo Ensemble Theater where his role was of Bob, the life of a man from a different prospective.

One of his pride and joy as a film-maker was his sci-fi "Journey To Where" mini series which aired on a local television station where he portrayed Commander Jack Kominski. Having rave reviews, Mark set out to move to New York City to pursue his career as an actor and film maker.

In 2004, Mark was cast as a prison warden for Lyfe Jenning's music video to "Must Be Nice" and still to this day, people recognize him from the video.

While in NYC, Mark has been able to work on many films such as "My Super Ex-Girlfriend", "I Am Legend", "Perfect Strangers" and others as an extra. He joined the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) in 2006 and is searching for leading roles in indie films as well as major motion pictures.

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