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Terry Notary

TERRY NOTARY began taking gymnastics class at the age of eight and by the time he graduated high school was the top collegiate pick with athletic scholarships to Berkeley, West Point, Stanford and UCLA. While at UCLA, Notary was a four-time NCAA All American and captain of the gymnastics team. Upon graduating with a major in theater, he was immediately recruited by the Cirque du Soleil, where he and 10 other performers from around the world assembled to form Cirque's prestigious 'troupe maison'. For 9 months they work-shopped in Montreal and created the show "Mystere'. Notary performed in the acclaimed production for four years, as a lead character and acrobat on the teeter board, Chinese poles and trampoline as well as a musician on the Taiko drums. Terry and his wife moved to New York where he was cast in eight different productions at the Metropolitan Opera and worked alongside talents such as Placido Domingo and Luciano Pavarotti. Simultaneously, Notary formed a circus production where he served as the creative director. Terry and his wife moved to Los Angeles when he was requested by Ron Howard to help create the world of Whoville for his upcoming film 'How the Grinch Stole Christmas'. Howard then requested Terry to teach the actors movement and thus Terry's career in the film industry began. Through Terry's seventeen year career, he has become an actor, director, creature performer, animal movement specialist, movement choreographer and stunt coordinator who has worked with the industry's leading directors, including, Ron Howard, James Cameron, Peter Jackson and Steven Spielberg. As a movement choreographer, Notary works extensively with cast to design and develop the signature character that is within a specific actor. Notary has served as movement choreographer and performed in a slate of films on the cutting edge of performance capture. He will next be seen in The Lion King, Avengers: Infinity War and Jungle Book: Origins. In addition to choreographing and appearing in Jungle Book, Notary also served as its 2nd unit director. Other films in which he appears and served as movement choreographer include Avatar, The Hobbit trilogy, The Incredible Hulk, Rise of the Silver Surfer, The Adventures of Tintin, The BFG, Warcraft and Suicide Squad. Notary recently played the iconic character, Kong in Kong: Skull Island and also previously portrayed the alpha chimp Rocket in Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, and the upcoming War for the Planet of the Apes where he also served as the stunt coordinator and movement choreographer for the ape-playing cast. Terry also enjoys teaching master class movement workshops around the world.

Lou Ferrigno

An internationally famous and well respected bodybuilder / actor, Lou Ferrigno first appeared on TV screens in 1977 as the musclebound The Incredible Hulk, the alter ego of meek scientist Bruce Banner. Ferrigno was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1951 and as a child suffered from an ear infection that resulted in permanent partial hearing loss. Undeterred by what some may have perceived as a disadvantage, Lou threw himself into athletics (predominantly weightlifting and body building) and at the age of 21 won his first Mr. Universe title. For good measure, he came back and won it again the following year!

He also played professional football in the Canadian Football League, before coming to the attention of producer Kenneth Johnson, who was seeking just the right person to portray on screen the comic book superhero, The Incredible Hulk. With his 6' 5", 285 lb. frame, Lou was the biggest professional bodybuilder of the time, and had recently starred in the documentary Pumping Iron, about the 1975 Mr. Olympia contest in South Africa. He successfully auditioned for the part of the green-skinned Goliath, and that is the role with which he is most closely identified.

"The Hulk" was a huge ratings success and spawned several telemovies after the initial TV series completed its run. Lou continued to remain busy in films and TV with appearances often centered around his remarkable physique. His films included Hercules, Sinbad of the Seven Seas and Frogtown II. Lou has additionally guest-starred on several TV shows including The Fall Guy and The New Mike Hammer and had a recurring role on The King of Queens. In 1997 he was featured in the dynamic documentary about his sensational return to professional bodybuilding at age 43, Stand Tall. The film detailed how he returned to compete in the Masters category of the Mr. Olympia contest against several familiar bodybuilding foes. In more recent years, he has appeared in several films, including The Misery Brothers, Ping!, From Heaven to Hell and a cameo as a security guard in the big-budget remake of Hulk.

Big Lou is also a successful author with two books detailing his bodybuilding knowledge, and his life behind the scenes playing the Incredible Hulk on TV in the 1970s, plus he has a popular website frequented by his many fans worldwide.

Travis Willingham

Hailing from Texas and an athletic background, Travis Willingham graduated from Texas Christian University's theatre program in 2003. No stranger to the stage or screen, Travis was surprised to develop a new talent in voice-over. A fan of the industry for decades, his booming voice can be recognized in over 150 video game franchises and animation titles.

Beginning his career in Dallas, he worked on many popular anime titles developed for American markets. After moving to Los Angeles, he found himself working on such titles as Marvel's Super Hero Squad Show playing The Incredible Hulk and Human Torch. A self-acknowledged comic geek himself, Travis has continued to work with Marvel Animation by maintaining the role of Thor in Marvel's Avengers Assemble, Ultimate Spider-Man, and Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.

Other credits include Superman in Lego Batman The Movie: DC Super Heroes Unite, Phineas and Ferb, The Legend of Korra, Fish Hooks, Knuckles in Sonic Boom and Sonic the Hedgehog video games, and many more.

2013 also ushered in Travis as Disney's newest King, as he plays King Roland II in Disney Jr's new hit show, Sofia the First.

Coming from a proud family of gamers, his video game career is also growing. And with demand for motion capture in newer titles quickly on the rise, Travis is thankful for his sports and stunts background. After performing mo-cap for the multitude of Frost Giants in the theatrical release of Thor in 2011, his VO and mo-cap work in 2012 included blockbuster VG titles Halo 4, Skylanders Giants, Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Resident Evil 6, Transformers: Fall of Cybertron, and Grand Theft Auto V.

2013-14 offered some exciting new titles for Travis as he appeared in the PS4 launch title Knack, Lego Marvel Super Heroes, and the February 2014 release of Infamous: Second Son as Reggie Rowe.

Travis also co-stars on Critical Role, a live streamed Dungeons and Dragons game shown once a week on Geek & Sundry, a very popular Twitch channel. Other stars include his wife Laura Bailey, Marisha Ray, Taliesin Jaffe, Liam O'Brien, Sam Riegel, Ashley Johnson, and Matthew Mercer. Critical Role has been going on since 2015, and consistently draws in 10-15,000 live viewers from all over the world, as well as thousands more viewing the show later on Twitch or YouTube.

Tom Holland

Tom Holland is an American director and screenwriter of horror and thriller films. His early writing projects include Class of 1984 and the Robert Bloch- inspired Psycho II, the latter starring Anthony Perkins as the menacing psychopath, Norman Bates.

Tom gained more notoriety, however, as a director. His directorial debut was the popular 1980s Vampire film, Fright Night which, at the time, was said to have been responsible for redefining the sub-genre, influencing later films like The Lost Boys and Near Dark. The film was a box office hit and garnered three Saturn Awards and one Dario Argento Award.

For his next project, Child's Play, Tom again cast Chris Sarandon. The film was a Number One box-office hit in America and a worldwide success, despite controversy over its thematic content. It, like Fright Night has since gathered a cult following amongst horror fans. Tom then went onto direct two films based upon adaptations of Stephen King's novels: The Langoliers and Thinner. He also took a cameo role in the Stephen King miniseries The Stand.

Tom's other projects have included _The Incredible Hulk_ episode 'Another Path', Steven Spielberg's Amazing Stories, three episodes of Tales from the Crypt, and the prestigious Masters of Horror anthology. He starred in A Walk in the Spring Rain with Ingrid Bergman.

In 2009 Tom took a starring role in Hatchet II alongside Kane Hodder and Tony Todd.

Zak Penn

Zak Penn's career began as a screenwriter when he sold his first script, Last Action Hero, at the age of twenty-three. Since then, Penn has become known for his work on numerous films based on Marvel comics, including X-Men 2 and X-Men: The Last Stand, The Incredible Hulk, and The Avengers. He has also dabbled in other genres, writing scripts for disparate films such as P.C.U., Behind Enemy Lines and Suspect Zero.

Penn's shift into independent cinema began when he collaborated with his idol, Werner Herzog, on the script for Rescue Dawn. Penn directed and co-starred with Herzog in Incident at Loch Ness, his award-winning "hoax" documentary about the legendary director's attempts to make a film about the equally legendary monster. The Grand, Penn's second completely improvised film, was his third film with Herzog, and featured an eclectic cast including Woody Harrelson, David Cross, Ray Romano, Cheryl Hines, Dennis Farina and Gabe Kaplan.

In addition, Penn co-wrote the original story for Antz and produced the animated film Osmosis Jones. His first foray into television was the critically acclaimed SyFy Channel original series "Alphas" starring David Strathairn. His most recent endeavor was video game documentary Atari: Game Over, which recently premiered on Xbox Live.

Nancy Barrett

Barrett was born in Shreveport, Louisiana, and she grew up in Oklahoma. Like many youngsters who would go on to find acting success, as a child Nancy put on plays in her backyard, co-starring her sister, Martha. Nancy attended Baylor University in Waco, Texas, for two years. There, she met Ivan Rider, then a drama professor (later a director in New York), who was the greatest influences on her early years on stage.

After her second year at Baylor, Nancy and two girlfriends spent a summer in Los Angeles. She starred in a production of "Little Mary Sunshine", and fell in love with Los Angeles. She transferred to UCLA, where she graduated a year later. She then played the lead in L.A., in "The Fantasticks" (with Bill Bixby, later the star of TV classics "My Favorite Martian" and "The Incredible Hulk"). From there, she moved to New York and more stage work. She made her Broadway debut in "Pickwick" along with Davy Jones (who later starred in "The Monkees" on TV).

In 1966, Nancy became part of the original cast of Dark Shadows, in the role of Carolyn Stoddard, daughter of Elizabeth Collins Stoddard, the family matriarch played by screen legend Joan Bennett. While on the show (playing seven characters in 405 episodes), Nancy took breaks to appear in plays, including Neil Simon's "The Star-Spangled Girl" and "The Physicists".

Nancy was married briefly and divorced in the early 60s. While on Dark Shadows, Nancy was married to co-star David Ford. The couple also divorced. In the early 1970s, she married Dr. Harold Kaplan, a prominent New York psychiatrist. Dr. Kaplan died in 1997. Before his death, Nancy's husband got a chance to see her fulfill a dream. For years she'd considered performing a one-woman show, and in August 1997, she did, in "As If We Never Said Good-bye", at the annual Dark Shadows Festival in New York City. She has since performed similar shows in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, the mid-west, and at the New York cabaret club, ,Don't Tell Mama'.

During the holiday season of 1999, Nancy made her ballet debut in a production of "The Nutcracker". She is currently in the planning stages of a music CD which she hopes to have completed in early 2003.

Michael D. Roberts

Michael D. Roberts was born on December 25, 1947 in Brooklyn, New York. A wealthy Manhattan furniture designer gave the generous gift of cribs, blankets, toys and a year supply of milk to the first ten babies of post war veterans born on Christmas Day; and Michael was one of them.

At twelve years old Michael had his first major stage appearance in a theatre production at his local church. It was then that his passion for acting was born. In high school Michael enrolled in the drama program, and after graduating attended Los Angeles City College where he continued his study in the dramatic arts. Later, Michael attended USIU School of Performing Arts in San Diego and in his final year of study attended the prestigious California Institute of the Arts.

One of Michael's first television appearances was on The Flip Wilson Show (1971). Through the 1970s he appeared on such popular television shows as, Good Times (1974) and The Incredible Hulk (1979).

One of Michael's most memorable roles was the jive-talking street-hustler, "Rooster", on the hit TV series Baretta, (1975). A role that garnered high accolades for Michael in Hollywood and the adoration of many fans. Into the1980s Michael's career showed no signs of slowing; with guest starring roles on B.J. and the Bear (1980), Bosom Buddies (1981), The Fall Guy (1982) and the season premiere of Knight Rider (1982).

It was in 1984 that Michael starred in the science fiction adventure The Ice Pirates along side actors Ron Perlman (Sons of Anarchy), Anjelica Huston (The Adams Family) and Robert Urich (Vega$). In 1988 Michael landed the roll of Vern in the Oscar winning film Rain Man directed by Barry Levinson and starring Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman.

Through the 1990s and into the 2000s Michael's prolific acting career continued with guest star appearances on Seinfeld (1996) and Friends (2000). In 2005 Michael co-starred in the high-octane drama, Hostage, starring Bruce Willis.

In 2012, Michael was cast as "Bernard" in the television show, The First Family, from producer Byron Allen; also starring, Jackee Harry (Sister Sister, 227), Gladys Knight and John Witherspoon (Friday, The Wayans Bros).

Michael lives in Los Angeles, with his wife, actress Pamela Roberts and their 2 children.

Dennis Fimple

Excellent and engaging character actor Dennis Fimple was born on November 11, 1940 in Ventura, California and raised in the nearby town of Taft. His father Elmer was an electrician and his mother Dolly was a beautician. Dennis first became interested in acting after he portrayed Tom Sawyer in a junior high school play. He was a graduate of Taft Union High School. Fimple attended San Jose College on a scholarship and majored in both speech and drama. He also earned a teaching credential at San Jose College. Dennis worked in a Cheetos factory by day and acted in dinner theater at night in his early struggling days as an actor. Fimple eventually moved to Hollywood where he initially worked as a teacher by day and a delivery man at night prior to getting his first break with a two episode guest appearance on the TV show "Petticoat Junction."

Best known as the lovably dim-witted Kyle Murty on the comedy Western television program "Alias Smith and Jones," Dennis popped up in many TV series throughout the years which include "Here Come the Brides," "Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.," "M.A.S.H.," "The Rockford Files," "Starsky and Hutch," "Charlie's Angels," "Battlestar Galactica," "The Dukes of Hazzard," "Matt Houston," "Highway to Heaven," "Knight Rider," "The A-Team," "The Incredible Hulk," "Simon & Simon," "Sledge Hammer!," "Quantum Leap," "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch," and "ER." Fimple was frequently cast as scruffy rural types in both films and TV shows alike. Among his most memorable movie roles are the amiable Curly in the delightful Claudia Jennings drive-in classic "Truck Stop Women," easygoing moonshine runner Dewey Crenshaw in "Bootleggers," likable eager beaver college anthropology student Pahoo in the terrific Sasquatch cinema outing "Creature from Black Lake," the goofy Sunfish in the much-maligned '76 "King Kong" remake, and cloddish fur trapper Posey in the superior horror-Western "The Shadow of Chikara." His last film part was as the madcap Grandpa Hugo Firefly in Rob Zombie's enjoyably trashy 70's horror exploitation pastiche "House of 1000 Corpses."

Dennis was not only an avid reader, but also a lover of antiques and collectibles. He's the father of son Chris. Dennis Fimple died at age 61 of complications from a car accident at his home in Frazier Park, California on August 23, 2002.

Ben Hammer

Stocky, versatile, and wonderfully engaging character actor Ben Hammer was born on December 8, 1924 in Brooklyn, New York. Hammer often portrayed judges, priests, doctors, and other such authority figures in a slew of films and TV shows alike. Ben's most memorable movie roles were a square middle-aged scientist in the terrific sci-fi/horror exploitation cult classic "Invasion of the Bee Girls," Young Dar's father in the delightful fantasy adventure "The Beastmaster," and feisty old guy Hal in the excellent "Survival Quest." Hammer had a recurring part as Judge Herman Mooney on the hit TV show "Law & Order." Among the many television programs Ben did guest spots on are "Highway to Heaven," "Airwolf," "T.J. Hooker," "The A-Team," "Fame," "Simon & Simon," "Barney Miller," "CHiPs," "The Incredible Hulk," "Charlie's Angels," "The Streets of San Francisco," "Kojak," "Police Woman," "Mannix," "Ironside," "Mission: Impossible," and "The Virginian."

Moreover, Hammer has also had an extremely lengthy and distinguished career acting in Broadway plays. He made his Broadway stage debut in 1956 in "The Great Sebastians." Other plays Ben acted in are "The Tenth Man," "The Deputy," "The Three Sisters," "The Crucible," "Golda," and "The Gathering." Hammer married his potter wife Dorothea on December 21, 1958. Hammer died at age 92 on September 18, 2017. He was survived by two daughters.

Richard Lee-Sung

The self-proclaimed "Sex Symbol of Chinatown" was originally born in El Paso, Texas in 1930 and moved to Los Angeles during his early childhood. A graduate of Belmont HS in 1949 was followed by service in the US Marine Corps during the Korean War and earned the Purple Heart as a survivor of the battle of the Chosin Reservoir. Richard Lee-Sung was a popular bartender at Tang's and General Lee's in LA's Chinatown and regularly entertained patrons with "hair" jokes and singing popular songs such as Granada, Getting to Know You and The Fortune Cookie Man sung to the melody of The Candy Man. "Curlee", as he preferred to be called, also sang the most famous "Chinese" love song ever written (Solamente Una Vez) in perfect Spanish! Always using his trademark bald head, large smile, and robust laugh, Curlee was a memorable figure in LA's Chinatown during its heyday. As an actor he studied under and credits Mako and Kathleen Freeman as his life-long mentors and greatest influences on his career. Curlee has been seen and heard on numerous commercials and voice-overs. His roles include some of the most popular characters on TV shows such as M*A*S*H, Happy Days, What's Happening, Hardy Boys, The Incredible Hulk and played an Asian version of Ed McMahon on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. His stage credits include productions with the East-West Players, Pacific Overtures and the Flower Drum Song. He has modeled for print ads in the US and Asia and known in parts of Asia as "Mr. Dumpling".

Richard Lee-Sung resides in the Los Angeles area and continues to tell "hair" jokes.

Cliff Emmich

Tubby and engaging character actor Cliff Emmich was born on December 13, 1936 in Cincinnati, Ohio and raised in Los Angeles. His father Clifford was a popular exotic car dealer whose celebrity customers included Clark Gable, Gary Cooper and Ozzie Nelson. Following graduation from John Muir High School, Emmich served in the air force for four years as a photo technician. Cliff first began acting on stage. Veteran character actor Keenan Wynn advised Emmich to enroll at the Pasadena Playhouse. Cliff studied at the Pasadena Playhouse for eight months. Emmich then toured the country with the American Repertory Players and spent a summer performing in summer stock at the Pink Garter Theatre in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. He made his film debut in "Gaily, Gaily." Cliff gave a superb performance as arrogant country singer Rip Torn's loyal, but long-suffering chauffeur Chicago in the outstanding indie drama gem "Payday." Other memorable roles are a coroner in the fantastic "Invasion of the Bee Girls," a sexist jerk business executive who insults Yvette Mimieux at the very start of the excellent redneck exploitation winner "Jackson County Jail," a bumbling small town deputy in "Barracuda;" very likable as ill-fated hospital security guard Mr. Garrett in "Halloween II," an asylum doctor in the trashy "Hellhole," and a small town sheriff in "Digital Man." Among the many TV shows Cliff has done guest spots on are "Crossing Jordan," "Walker, Texas Ranger," "Nash Bridges," "Coach," "Baywatch," "Murder, She Wrote," "Knots Landing," "Night Court," "Hunter," "Rip Tide," "Simon & Simon," "CHiPs," "Knight Rider," "The Incredible Hulk," "Vega$," "Fantasy Island," "Happy Days," "Little House on the Prairie" (this is one of Emmich's favorite parts), "Charlie's Angels," "Baretta," "Police Woman," and "Starsky and Hutch." He's a member of both the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

Len Wein

One of the most influential and prolific comic book writers, Leonard Norman Wein is best known as the co-creator of Marvel's premier female superhero Ororo Munroe (aka "Storm"), the claw-bearing X-Man James 'Logan' Howlett (aka "Wolverine") and the earth elemental known as 'Swamp Thing'. The iconic loner "Wolverine" was initially conceived at the request of Marvel's chief editor Roy Thomas as a Canadian superhero (with the objective of boosting comic book sales in Canada) and has been portrayed in several films by Hugh Jackman. Len penned stories for both the Marvel and DC franchises (as well as Disney), worked on comics ranging from Batman and Superman to Spiderman, Thor, Daredevil and the Justice League of America. In the 80s, he edited DC's seminal series 'The Watchmen'. During the preceding decade, he had been instrumental in reviving the popularity of the X-Men. He also authored several key issues of "Power Man", an African-American protagonist who would later become better known as Luke Cage. An avid young comic book enthusiast named Nicolas Coppola adopted part of Power Man's moniker and subsequently rose to movie stardom as Nicolas Cage.

Len was born in New York's Bronx, had a sickly early childhood and became infatuated with comics during a lengthy recuperation in hospital at the age of seven. He initially aspired to become an artist and graduated with a degree in arts from Farmingdale State College, Long Island. While his art work didn't quite make the grade, he was able to sell his stories to DC by 1968. Along with noted illustrator Bernie Wrightson, Len co-created the human/plant hybrid mutant "Swamp Thing" in 1971 (he apparently came up with the idea while riding a subway to Queens). The character eventually inspired an animated TV series in 1991 and two motion pictures in 1982 and 1989, respectively. In tandem with writer/artist Dave Cockrum and Marvel editor Roy Thomas, Len revamped the X-Men in 1975, further adding new characters to their ranks in the first issue of Giant Size X-Men. In addition to Storm and Wolverine, he co-created the teleporting Bavarian mutant Kurt Wagner (aka " Nightcrawler") and the Russian metal giant Pyotr Nikolaievitch Rasputin (aka "Colossus"). For DC Comics, he co-created the character of Barbara Ann Minerva (alias "Cheetah"), nemesis of Wonder Woman; the alien Galius Zed (affiliated with the "Green Lantern"); Amanda Waller (aka "Mockingbird"), affiliated with Justice League and Suicide Squad and variously played on screen (live action) by Pam Grier (Smallville), Angela Bassett (Green Lantern) and Cynthia Addai-Robinson (Arrow). Another product of Len's fertile imagination (with writer John Calnan) was Wayne Enterprises (Batman's) business manager Lucius Fox, portrayed on screen by Morgan Freeman in The Dark Knight Trilogy. Ironically, Len did not have a hand in the creation of his two personal favourites: Batman and the Incredible Hulk.

Len suffered from long-standing heart ailments. He had a quintuple bypass in 2015 and sadly died two years later, on September 10 2017 in Los Angeles, at the age of 69. The Guardian newspaper quoted Dave Wielgosz (assistant editor at DC comic), eulogising Len by saying "You can't be hyperbolic when it comes to Len Wein's legacy. He created wrote and edited more great superhero stories than anyone."

Earl Billings

Earl Billings continues enjoying an storied career in acting now stretching over 30 years. A veteran of stage and screen-work, Earl Billings was born in Cleveland, Ohio on July 4, 1945. His experience in the business of acting stretched from minor roles to more improved, longer-lasting screen appearances on projects. His presence has been attached to such notable television series mostly of the 1970s and 1980s spectrum, including singular episodic appearances on "The Bionic Woman", "The Incredible Hulk", "The Jeffersons" and "Knight Rider". His stocky, heavy build often lent him roles as 'everyday men' and police officers or guards. Not excluding his work in film, Earl's name is easily attached to films such as "Crimson Tide" (1995) starring Denzel Washington and Gene Hackman, "Con Air" (1997), starring Nicolas Cage, John Cusack and John Malkovich and "Thank You for Smoking" starring Aaron Eckhart. He has made a strong standing in television work with episode credits on "Walker, Texas Ranger", "Ally McBeal", "ER", "Without a Trace" and "How I Met Your Mother" during the latter 1990s and early to mid-2000s. Going into the late 2000s Earl appeared on further television series starting with "Miss Guided" in 2008, followed by the vampire drama "True Blood" in that same year. In 2010, Earl also made appearances on "Cold Case", "Parenthood" and "Raising Hope".

Paul Renteria

At age 7, Paul was first inspired to act, ride motorcycles & horses when he met Actor/Martial Artist Bruce Lee working out on a trampoline in the back yard of his neighbor, Martial Artist Bob Bremer & his brother Freddy on Elm Street in Alhambra CA (Bob a welder, who liked to wear a fedora, made a Steel hand for Halloween, which coincidentally & conceptually appeared in "Enter the Dragon", "Nightmare on Elm Street" & "Edward Scissorhands"). Bob's other friends included the late Motorcyclist Bill Laidlaw of the Laidlaw Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Family, who would bring over a different motorcycle every weekend and tell the kids to dream about growing up and exchanging their sting-ray bicycles for Harleys. Predominately a Chicano Neighborhood, this Elm Street attracted the 1960s avant-garde crowd of the San Gabriel Valley, which included many future celebrities & athletes. Another neighbor, Ben Rizzio had horses in a field back then and was friends with many Cowboys & Actors. The networking, camaraderie and visits by so many well-known people were a surreal experience absorbed by a young Paul.

At Emery Park Elementary School in Alhambra, Paul was Student Body President and a City Football All-Star and was usually picked to be in plays and presentations.

Later when in high school, he rode his horse across the set of the Television show, "The Incredible Hulk" filming a rodeo scene at the Pico Rivera Sports Arena/Charro Lienzo in Pico Rivera, California and was encouraged by the producers & director to pursue acting utilizing his great horsemanship abilities. He was hired for a few days to help keep the locals safely away from Lou Ferrigno between takes; meanwhile, his parents persuaded him to return to his studies.

Though he didn't know it at the time, the business continued to pursue Paul. As a junior college engineering student he worked for a summer as a draftsman, unknowingly, for Robert Redford's then brother-in-law Gary Van Wagenen for Cooperative Education College Units.

As a Santa Fe Railroad Surveyor and Engineering Inspector, Paul was called upon to protect several Production Companies filming on or around railroad property & in between train movements, and was again approached & advised by various producers and directors to consider Acting.

Paul's late girlfriend, Marjorie Volk Saccio ("La Mariquita"-RIP), a Nurse & Mariachi Violinist from San Diego, California who had studied in Santa Fe, New Mexico and had visited the set of "The Milagro Beanfield War" (Paul & Margie's favorite movie), also encouraged him to act.

Finally recognizing the message behind all of these "coincidences" and taking heed, Paul then in his early thirties started Acting. Paul's 1st film, "Por Vida" (USC), screened at the Sundance Film Festival; his 2nd film, "Pancho Villa" (LMU), was helmed by, coincidentally, Robert Redford's & Gary Van Wagenen's nephew Matthew Van Wagenen, future Music Video Guru Dave Meyers, and David King.

Paul wrote to the CEO's of All The American Beer Companies about Chicanos being the largest group of beer drinkers that he had seen, yet were invisible in their advertising. Miller Lite responded by casting Paul in 8 "Men of the Square Table" Man Laws National Commercials. Paul also wrote to The Harley-Davidson Motor Company & Chevy, who cast him as well.

Though often assumed by many to be a street hoodlum while growing up, Paul was a straight "A" student, who only played that role when necessary, as he was too busy studying, riding horses & motorcycles and dreaming. Paul contributes to various Charities and participates in many Motorcycle Charity Events and Children's Toy Runs.

In 2013 & 2014, Paul took a sabbatical from Hollywood to travel to North Dakota, Montana, New Mexico & Texas on a great journey, researching and working on unique railroad construction projects as a Construction Engineer for the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway. Paul built up his railroad pension and has since retired after 36 years with the railroad.

Paul is back in Hollywood, studying and reacquainting himself with Casting Directors with his best work to date. Paul is a young Chicano Morgan Freeman in training, ready to transcend ALL Roles when given the opportunity!

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.

Tina Borek

Tina started her entertainment career as a runway and print model in her Hometown of Port Huron MI at the age of 18. Quickly moving from modeling to spokesmodel for big brand companies, led her to a career in Acting and film festival Production working on multiple projects including commercial, film and print. From there Tina moved on to public relations and film festival director for the largest Comic Convention in New Mexico, the ABQ Comic Con. After years in the convention scene she decided to retire from acting and turn her focus to her growing list of clients. By merging with her former Agent they formed Mitchell & Presley Talent Group NM and CA, a boutique SAG franchise. After three years she decided to focus on more intimate relationships with her clients and branched off to create Presley Talent NM, an Artist Collective.

The agency represents an elite list of clients for Film, Television and Special Appearances. The growing list of talent that Presley Talent represents has appeared in film and television productions including, Star Wars, The Incredible Hulk, The Breakfast Club, Never Ending Story, Power Rangers, Buck Rogers, The Munsters, Sons Of Anarchy, Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul, Longmire, Colony, Night Shift, In Plain Sight, Criminal Minds, American Horror Story Roanoke, Bella and the Bulldogs, Scream Queens, From Dusk Til Dawn and much more.

She currently divides her time in New Mexico and California where she shares her adventures with her 4 children, her two grandchildren and a rescued pit-bull Olivia.

Debbie Lytton

Debbie Lytton was born and raised in Los Angeles, California and began acting at the age of six with her first role on Mod Squad. She went on to guest-star in numerous television shows and is best known for her role as Samantha Bates in The Incredible Hulk, Antowuk Horror. Debbie also portrayed Melissa Anderson on Days of our Lives (1977-1980, 1982) and Roxanne in the Disney feature Hot Lead and Cold Feet. Debbie graduated cum laude with a B.A. from U.C.L.A., and a J.D. from Pepperdine University School of Law. She is the author of young adult novels Jane in Bloom and Silence.

Jason Solowsky

Composer Jason Solowsky is a musical storyteller of remarkable versatility and singularity of voice. His scores imbue dozens of tales told upon the silver screen with a perfect balance of aesthetic sensibilities, and span a variety of film genres to include drama, horror, mystery, science fiction, adventure, romance, comedy as well as others.

Highlights of Solowsky's recent successes have included full scores for Sony Pictures Home Entertainment's "Forgiveness" (Richard T. Jones), Lionsgate's "Assassin's Game" (Tom Sizemore, Bai Ling, and Vivica A. Fox), "The Freemason" (Sean Astin), "Falsely Accused" (Rosanna Arquette and Jon Gries), "Unsullied" (Theatrically Released and Directed by former NFL star Simeon Rice), "American Bandits: Frank and Jesse James" (Peter Fonda), Anchor Bay Entertainment's "Turbulent Skies" (Casper Van Dien, Brad Dourif and Nicole Eggert), "Terror Inside" (Corey Feldman), Lionsgate's "Unemployed" (Godfrey), Lionsgate's "What Up?" (Kadeem Hardison) and "Templar Nation" (Erik Estrada). Solowsky also wrote music for the Sony Pictures release "American Crude" (Rob Schneider, Ron Livingston, Michael Clarke Duncan and John C. McGinley). He also composed music for Lionsgate's "Dreams" (Lou Myers, and Geoffrey Owens).

Solowsky's flexibility in adapting to various projects and scales has yielded wonderful collaborations with respected directors such as Michael Rissi (Edgar Allan Poe's Annabel Lee), Wes Sullivan (Nightbeasts starring Zach Galligan), Keith Holland (Cage Free starring Dee Wallace), Ted Lange (For Love of Amy) Andrea Olabarría (Rough Winds), K. Raj Srivastava (L.A. Hit), Jim Van Houten (Galatea), Jason Kartalian (Seahorses, Driller) and Derek Maki (award-winning family film, Instant Dads). Solowsky also contributed to "The Life In A Day," the directorial film debut of Joseph Mazzello (Jurassic Park, The Social Network, The River Wild, Simon Birch).

Solowsky was recognized for his contribution to the highly acclaimed, "No One Ever Wins: Lebanon in the Summer of Hezbollah" written and produced by journalist Krisztian K. Orban, an illustrative study of the consequences brought on by the Israeli-Hezbollah conflict.

Hailing from a rich and diverse cultural background, Solowsky is well-versed in performance art, particularly the instrumental intricacies of guitar, piano and vocal repertoire. As a skilled singer, Solowsky was chosen as a back-up singer for the world famous performer Barbra Streisand during her performance at the 53rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Show. Together with his lifelong friend, singer-songwriter Bob Coburn, Solowsky has recorded dozens of guitar instrumental works.

During the composer's studies at the prestigious University of Southern California (USC) Film Scoring Program in Los Angeles, California, then headed by the renowned Walt Disney Studios composer, Buddy Baker, he was privileged to have worked under prolific legends of the film score world, to include Christopher Young (Spiderman 3, The Grudge, Runaway Jury, The Shipping News), Elmer Bernstein (The Magnificent Seven, Ghostbusters, To Kill A Mockingbird, The Ten Commandments), David Raksin (Laura, Forever Amber, The Bad and The Beautiful), David Bell (Star Trek: Enterprise, Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Joe Harnell (The Incredible Hulk, V), Jack Smalley, David Spear and George Burt.

A native of Boston, Massachusetts, Jason Solowsky began his musical studies at the keyboard at the age of five, later graduating from the Berklee College of Music with a dual degree in film scoring and composition. He is a descendant of legendary conductor and composer, Leonard Bernstein, whom he credits as a major cultural influence over his work.

Migdia Skarsgård Chinea

Migdia Skarsgård Chinea (Mig) is an American awarded director and screenwriter, member of the TV Academy of Arts and Sciences and the WGAW -- with a UCLA MFA in Film 2012. Daughter of Joseph and Mimo Chinea. Born in Coral Gables, FL, Migdia's guerrilla films "anonymous (street meat)," "Kninth Floor" and "The Prince of Old Havana" have been semi-finalist at Cannes Un Certain Regard, Sundance, the Phillip K Dick Film Festival (NY City and Lille, France), St. Petersburg Film Festival in Russia, and Reykjavik FF in Iceland among others, winning accolades for her character-driven stories. Migdia has written and produced "The Incredible Hulk". She based "The Prince of Old Havana", on the life of a famous 1910 Cuban politician, and has completed psychological horror short "Red on Red". Migdia wrote, directed and produced her first full length feature film "When it Rains," now in music/post, a sexual revolution film set in 1972 Hollywood. Her TV series "Alchemist of Boyle Heights" introduces us to a modern day alchemist -- a working mom who turns bad times into gold.

Angela Lee Sloan

Her most current credits include an upcoming episode of "Shameless" (2017-2018 S8 Ep.2) and a recurring role on "A Girl Is A Gun" (2017 - S1 Ep.4-9) As a child, Angela Lee starred in many top rated shows as a guest star such as The Incredible Hulk, The Love Boat, Hotel and more. Angela was the longest running voice actor as Lucy Van Pelt, in The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show. She got her break on the hit sitcom Who's the Boss, from 1985-1987 as Julia. Three years later, she starred as the free-spirited party girl, also Willie Hogan's girlfriend Brenda, as a semi regular in the final season of The Hogan Family.

Along with acting, Angela continues writing and performing original music. Her song "Deja Vu" was placed in Cinemax's hit series "Outcast" (2016 - S1 Ep.2). Her song "Safe With Me" was placed in the hit CBS series "Intelligence" (2014 - S1, Ep15 "Cain and Gabriel").

John Zenda

John Louis Zendejas Sr. was born in Dunsmuir California in 1944. Little is known about John's father's side of the family, but on his mothers side he was equal parts German and English. His Grandfather (Schroll) was a second generation German immigrant. His Grandmother (James) extended from a long line of American heritage. The James family is best known for the old west outlaw Jesse James. Yes, John and Jesse were related. His mother and step father went on to have 3 other children (Anita, Maria, Michael). John's early years were spent helping the family and going to school. The family lived very modestly and to help bring in more money for the family John dropped out of High school prematurely, working with his step father as a day-laborer. At age 18 John joined the Air Force. He served 3 years before being discharged. After the Air Force he moved back to Northern California and became a police officer in Santa Maria. Police work wasn't quite what he was looking for so he quit after just one year. Next began his inevitable turn to show business. John joined a team of traveling professional wrestlers, becoming one of the original pioneers of the sport. He had wrestling experience in high school and was eager to use his size and strength to his advantage. Wearing a cape and mask he performed WWF type moves for captive audiences, well before the WWF hay-day. Now married, John began to realize that pro wrestling wasn't going to financially support a family. So, he got in touch with some old friends who were in the race car industry and somehow convinced them that he should drive dragsters for them. At that time, anyone who was crazy enough to want to get into a race car would probably be given a shot. So drive he did! After a good stint at driving his wife convinced him that with a baby on the way it was just too dangerous to continue. So he settled for managing the Santa Maria race track instead. It was during this time that John got the crazy idea to use a sticky liquid spray on the track that would give the race car tires better traction. The spray was called VHT. It quickly caught on and before long all the race tracks were using VHT. The sticky compound is still used to this day and is a big part of how tremendous speeds are achieved by modern race cars. It was also during this time that John met an individual that wanted to make a movie about drag racing. This time John convinced the director that he'd be perfect for the role. The film was called Burnout. Although the film was a flop John learned that he really liked acting. After attending a prestigious acting school in LA and obtaining an agent John went for broke and began auditioning for TV roles, under the abbreviated name Zenda. Before long his commitments paid off and he started landing roles on shows such as Batlestar Galactica, Hawaii Five-O, The Rockford Files, Wonder Woman, The Incredible Hulk, Starsky and Hutch, etc. In 1983 he landed a role on a movie called Bad Boys starring Sean Penn. On the set he and Penn hit it off. They became friends and co-workers going on to do other films together, such as Colors. Penn even employed John as his personal body guard for a period of time. John's acting career included other classic roles in films such as Holloween 2 and Backtrack, though his television roles are what comprised the majority of his work. During this time John also pursued another one of his passions, body building. He began by performing in smaller shows and eventually worked his way up to bigger shows. When his trophy room was big enough, he quit. John went on to teach acting at the Orange County High School of the Arts, and even directed some large scale plays. Beginning in the early 90's John decided to re-focus on his love for racing. He went back to NHRA (National Hot Rod Association) and was put in charge of the new 'Historical Services' division. He became the curator of the Hot Rod Meseum located in Pomona, CA. In 1994 John contracted Pancreatic cancer which claimed his life at age 50. He was inducted into the NHRA hall of fame the following year for his contributions to the development of motor sports.

David L. Snyder

David L. Snyder became obsessed with show business at H.C. Technical 'Tech' High School in his hometown of Buffalo, New York. Together with classmates Lance Sherman, Grover Washington, Jr. and Michael Di Figlia (who would soon become Michael Bennett, creator of Broadway's "A Chorus Line") staged the 1959 "Tech High Musical Revue."

After stumbling through life as a rock 'n' roll drummer, architectural designer, graphic designer and theatrical stage designer he began his Hollywood career as the assistant art director on the 50th Annual Academy Awards©. Following a year in 'live' television, David was soon recruited by Universal Studios and spent a year and a half art directing science fiction television series such as "Galactica 1980", "Buck Rogers in the 25th Century", "The Incredible Hulk" and "Captain America".

David went on to design Taylor Hackford's feature directorial debut, "The Idolmaker" and soon returned to science-fiction as the art director on Ridley Scott's 1982 future-noir classic "Blade Runner". David received an Academy Award© nomination he shared with Lawrence G. Paull, the film's production designer. The film was also awarded the British Academy Award (BAFTA©) for Best Production Design/Art Direction.

Since that time he has designed more than forty feature films including "Into The Rainbow 3D", "The Whole Nine Yards", "The One", "Soldier", "Demolition Man", "Super Mario Bros.", "Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey" and Tim Burton's cult classic feature film directorial debut, "Pee-wee's Big Adventure". In 1996 he designed "Rainbow", the motion picture Industry's first live-action digital to 35mm theatrical feature film starring & directed by Bob Hoskins.

Snyder has appeared as a guest speaker on the subject of the art of motion picture design at The 1st Annual Tokyo International Film Festival; The American Film Institute; The University of California at Los Angeles and the 45th Annual New York Film Festival at Lincoln Center. There, an academic panel discussion was followed by the U.S. premiere of "Blade Runner-The Final Cut", celebrating the film's 25th Anniversary. David next appeared with the cast & creative team for the world premiere of "Untitled" at the 2009 Palm Springs International Film Festival; was invited by New York's Museum of Modern Art to introduce "Pee-wee's Big Adventure" at the 2009-10 Tim Burton Retrospective and he was a member of the "Blade Runner @ 30" panel at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con and a MAGI 3D seminar with "Blade Runner" and "Brainstorm" colleague Douglas Trumbull held at China Central Television / CCTV headquarters in Beijing, China in January 2015. Most recently David appeared at a 2016 Savannah Film Festival design seminar to speak on the subject of the art direction of "Blade Runner".

Industry memberships include The Directors Guild of America, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, and The Art Directors Guild.

Leo DeLyon

Leo De Lyon is an American voice actor famous for his role as Spook and Brain in the cartoon Top Cat .Look for Leo on the extras for the Top Cat DVDs. He performed on stage as pianist and vocal entertainer and was musical director for several artists such as Sandler and Young. Worked with Al Kooper on Al's first record. Recorded 45's and 78's and LPs using multi tracking and his voice as instruments, long before Bobby McFerrin as early as 1951. Recorded an album of Jewish humor in the 50's in England which led to a world tour and his classic LP "Leo's Here" Was a voice over actor on : Top Cat Smurfs The Incredible Hulk The Jungle Book Jack and the Beanstalk The Flintstones Soupy Sales Appeared on TV shows such as Bewitched, My Mother the Car, The Jack Benny Program, Arrest and Trial, Steve Allen Show, Cavalcade of Stars ,Milton Berle Show and co-starred with Bob Haymes and Dorothy Loudon in the short-lived DuMont Television Network sitcom It's a Business (March-May 1952). Worked with Mel Blanc on Mel's "Superfun" radio series in the 1960s. Born in 1926 and currently is retired, playing at rest homes and facilities in the Reseda N. Hollywood area.

Ken Quinn

Stuntman / Stunt Coordinator Ken Quinn has been key in the success of many television shows and feature films for over 30 years. As a stunt performer Ken has impressively crashed, flipped and chased cars, fought in fist and gun fights, fallen from buildings, tumbled down stairs, dangled from helicopters, been blown up and set on fire.

Having endured injury while performing stunts, Ken has been able to utilize on his own stunt experience to safely and successfully choreograph, plan and create believable stunts with dynamic and innovative action sequences, making him one of the best Stunt Coordinators in the business today.

Ken is highly respected in the stunt industry as a talented Stunt Coordinator, Stuntman (Stunt Performer), Stunt Double, Stunt Actor, and 2nd Unit Director.

Ken is known for...

Television: 'Hannibal (TV series)' as Stunt Coordinator, 'Covert Affairs' (TV Series) as Stunt Coordinator, 'Due South' (TV Series) as Stunt Double and Stunt Coordinator, 'RoboCop: The Series' as RoboCop Stunt Double and Stunt Coordinator.

Movies: 'The Next Three Days' as Stunt Coordinator, 'Max Payne' as Stunt Performer, 'The Incredible Hulk' as Stunt Performer.

Bill Brown

Bill Brown began his career composing orchestral and electronic scores for game titles including Tom Clancy's 'Rainbow Six' and 'Ghost Recon', Clive Barker's 'Undying', 'Return to Castle Wolfenstein', 'Lineage 2', 'Command and Conquer: Generals' and most recently 'Captain America: Super Soldier'. He recently completed scoring his ninth season of the hit CBS series 'CSI:NY', and has composed scores for the films 'The Devil's Tomb' starring Cuba Gooding Jr., 'Dark Prophecy' directed by Anthony Zuiker, 'Brother's Keeper', 'Dermaphoria', 'Trapped', and the charming French language independent film 'Layover' which recently premiered to glowing reviews and excited audiences at the Seattle International Film Festival in June of 2014.

Bill also continues to write powerful orchestral and electronic scores for hit game titles, with a wealth of credits that include 'The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction' for Vivendi Universal, recorded with a full orchestra at Warner Brothers Eastwood Scoring Stage, 'Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six', 'Wolfenstein', 'Lineage 2', 'Command & Conquer: Generals', and his recent modern hybrid orchestral/electronic score for 'Captain America: Super Soldier'.

Bill's scores have been nominated by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, L.A. Weekly, and G.A.N.G., and have won awards from the ITVA, and BMI as well as the Music4Games Editor's Choice award. He is represented by Randy Gerston at First Artists Management.

John Dewey Carter

John Dewey-Carter was born in Memphis,TN. John's family relocated to Detroit, MI when he was a small child.

In grade school there, young John began performing as a local radio disc jockey, as he also sang in the All-City Glee Club. By high school he was active in sports and in the drama club. After graduating from high school, he attended the Detroit Institute of Technology, where he majored in Speech and Drama. Soon thereafter, in the mid-1960's, he served in the U.S. Army, seeing time in Vietnam, before returning stateside to pursue his acting aspirations.

After meeting some actors who worked at the Concept East Theatre, he auditioned for the theatre, which began a period working in theatre in Detroit before moving to Los Angeles to pursue his theatre acting career, before eventually auditioning for and getting roles in TV and films as well. [2]

John has appeared as supporting characters in both film and television during the 1970s and 1980s, including The Incredible Hulk, The Dukes of Hazzard, T.J. Hooker, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, Hill Street Blues, and ABC-TV's Sister, Sister. John also had a recurring role on the NBC-TV daytime soap opera Another World ("Grant Todd", 1984 - 1985).

Paul Hackner

Paul Hackner is an award winning sound designer and mixer who was born in South Africa, raised in Los Angeles, and attended Emory University in Atlanta, GA. Paul's 20+ year career as a audio engineer and sound designer has included work on over 130 films and other projects. Notable feature projects include the The Incredible Hulk, Drive, Sinister, Insidious 3, The Revenant and the 2017 remake of Stephen King's It.

Although he's worked on Hollywood blockbusters, Paul continues to work with indie filmmakers on documentaries and features. Notable indies include the award winning documentary The Garden as well as Asia Argento's Misunderstood. Paul lives in Los Angeles with his wife Angela Hackner and his son Ari.

Phil Hoover

Phil Hoover was a big, beefy and brawny actor who often portrayed mean and intimidating bad guys in a handful of enjoyably trashy 70s drive-in flicks. Hoover played football for the University of Southern California. He began acting in films in the early 70's. Phil appeared in several lowdown sleazy pictures for exploitation movie director Lee Frost; he's especially memorable as vicious convict Gentry in "Chain Gang Women," fierce criminal Doc in "Policewomen," and slimy rapist mobster Vito in "The Black Gestapo." Other notable roles include no-count hoodlum Tommy Hooks in the entertainingly silly "Superchick," a henchman for crazed gangster Timothy Carey in "Chesty Anderson, USN," an unhelpful mechanic in Jack Starrett's terrific Satan worship car chase horror/action treat "Race with the Devil," and drug kingpin John Harkins' brutish flunky George in the fun dope deal opus "Acapulco Gold." Among the TV shows Phil did guest spots on are "Hunter," "T.J. Hooker," "Dallas," "Simon & Simon," "Buck Rogers in the 25th Century," "Eight Is Enough," "The Incredible Hulk," "The Bionic Woman," "The Rockford Files," and "Cannon." Phil Hoover's last film appearance was yet another nasty heavy part in the excellent thriller "Best Seller."

Matt Purdy

Matt Purdy is a Toronto Based Director/Writer/Producer known for small roles in feature films such as "The Incredible Hulk" and " Mean Girls" as well as for directing the award winning short film, Alegra and Jim and the soon to be released feature film White Night.

After graduating with a Computer Science Degree, Matt instead decided to pursue a creative life, first exploring acting and then all aspects of filmmaking. He eventually started Multiname Productions with his two producing partners, a company dedicated to telling compelling stories outside the bloated Hollywood infrastructure.

Matt has Produced or Directed over a dozen short films that have played in countries around the world, and written several screenplays that have made it to the later rounds of prestigious screenplay competitions.

His most recent work, White Night, is an ambitious feature film shot over one night by five different directors, and is set to release in 2017.

Steven Gridley

Conceived in Madrid Spain, Steven C. Gridley was born at March Air Force Base in Riverside, California to Lt. Col Haines Gridley III and Joan Patricia (Wilde) Gridley. He grew up in So Cal most of his life with the exception of one year in Buenos Aires, Argentina where he felt the need to learn the Spanish language as tribute to his "conceptual" roots (minoring in Spanish and studying Latin American history). While attending Pepperdine University in Malibu, Gridley fell in love with the entertainment industry when he enrolled in an acting class for TV and Film.

After graduating University, with the help of studying under Howard Fine and the late Uta Hagen and Heidi Hellen Davis, Gridley learned to hone his raw talent as an actor and has had some success over the years, landing national commercials, starring and co-starring in indie films, TV shows, and being cast as the lead in a pilot for NBC, a Ken Corday Production, directed by Albert Alarr (Home Improvement, Days of Our Lives). One of his favorite roles was in Ray Romano's TNT hit show "Men of A Certain Age", co-starring opposite Scott Bakula as a surf instructor. As an avid surfer since his teenage years (as well as having a background as an actual surf instructor), it couldn't have been any more perfect of a character to portray... and he even got to ride his beach cruiser to the set from his apartment during that week of filming!

With thespian blood running through his veins, Gridley's great uncle Thomas Wilde was a Hollywood actor in the 1950's co-starring in several commercials and television series, including "Alfred Hitchcock Presents". Not to mention, he was the original Marlboro Man.

Even as a small child Gridley thrived on entertaining, known for putting on magic shows at garage sales and sporting his Incredible Hulk (Underoos) underwear, flexing his "sparrow's muscles" for 8mm family movies.

Mr. Gridley is a licensed California Realtor®, as well as a partner in a tech recruiting agency in "Silicone Beach". And since 1998 he's been an educator for the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District. He currently teaches part time at Santa Monica High School in between gigs. Although initially approaching the entertainment industry solely as an actor, he's also a screenwriter and a movie producer.

Mr. Gridley currently resides in Santa Monica, CA

Johnny Borgese

For Johnny Borgese, the business of special effects is a family one. Johnny, as a child, would go with his father, Vincent, to Charlie Chaplin's studio, where his father worked as a stand-in and a stunt man for Chaplin himself. While accompanying his father on the set, Chaplin even taught Johnny his famous walk. Chaplin used Vincent's watch in one of his scenes. Johnny never forgot these encounters. Vincent also did construction, props, special effects in movies such as Them! (1954) and The Old Man and the Sea (1958), among others. Vincent retired from Warner Brothers in 1968 after two decades with the studio. After returning from the Korean War, Johnny followed his father's footstep and joined the Local 44 Union in 1955.

During his more than four decades of career, Johnny worked with many prominent directors and producers, such as Steven Spielberg, Kenneth Johnson, Nick Corea, Don Richardson and Irwin Allen, "the Master of Disaster". His collaboration with Allen lasted over a decade yielding three movies and four TV series, including the hit show "Lost in Space", which, according to Wikipedia, was also the favorite show of John F. Kennedy, Jr.

Johnny has a passion for cars. He enjoyed doing modifications on the Batmobile for the original Batman movie (1966). He still sees the original designer/builder of the Batmobile, George Barris, in various functions, including several car shows.

Johnny retired in 1995. He now enjoys watching the shows worked on such as Batman, Lost in Space, and The Incredible Hulk being replayed on Syfy Channel.

Chris Bunch

Chris Bunch was an internationally best selling author and screenwriter whose many novels included the landmark science fiction series, "Sten," the much praised Vietnam novel, "A Reckoning For Kings," and the popular "Star Risk" series. His television work (he sold more than a hundred scripts) included everything from "Quincy," to "The Incredible Hulk," and "Magnum" to "Walker, Texas Rangers." Bunch was a decorated veteran of the Vietnam War, where he was a member of the much-vaunted LURPs - Long Range Reconnaissance - commandos. Appropriately, he died on July 4, 2005, from a lung ailment.

Frank Dandridge

Frank Dandridge was a freelance photojournalist who worked mainly for Life Magazine in the 60's. He covered numerous assignments, including, The Harlem Riots in 1964, Dr. King's, March on Washington, in 1963, and the terrible Birmingham Bombing in 1963. His photos also appeared in Look, Saturday Evening Post, Pageant, Paris Match, Good Housekeeping, Quick Magazine, the Canadian Film Board, Playboy, and many other national magazines. He won an Art Director's Award for his photo essay, "The Two Faces of Harlem", that appeared in Look magazine. His work included photographing many celebrities, including, Bobby Kennedy, Muhammad Ali, President Johnson, Dr. Martin Luther King, Frank Sinatra, The Supremes, Sammy Davis, Jr., and Jimmy Hoffa. He also wrote and photographed articles for Look, Pageant, and Parade magazines, and worked on movies with directors Elia Kazan, and Jules Dassin. He moved to the West Coast in 1969, and was one of the first 15 Fellows at the American Film Institute, where he won the prestigious Grand Prize at the Fifth Annual Schlitz Student Film Festival in 1970, for his film, "Pas De Deux". He went on to a second career as a script writer on such television shows as, Kung Fu, The Incredible Hulk, Chips, Hunter, Fantasy Island, Six Million Dollar Man, Baretta, St. Elsewhere, and others. He was also a story editor, on; The Incredible Hulk, and Palmerstown, U.S.A.

David Ari Leon

David Ari Leon is an Emmy-nominated, multiple award-winning composer and music supervisor who has solidified himself as a significant figure in today's music scene.

With an array of cutting-edge sonic palettes ranging from soothing instrumental soundscapes to electrifying hard rock anthems, he has brought his signature blend of acute classical expertise and emotive pop ethos to countless films, video games, albums and TV shows. He's also raising mobile game music to new heights with his immensely popular scores. Recently, he scored Woody Woodpecker (Universal), named "iPhone Game of the Week," and Contre Jour (Entertainment Arts), the No. 1 selling game app in iTunes, and named "iPad Game of the Year" in more than 10 countries by Apple. Leon also scored the Superman (Warner Bros) game, another top selling iPhone app.

As a songwriter and music supervisor, Leon has created numerous theme songs for both Fox and Marvel Entertainment including The Avengers' "Fight as One," which has since become a viral hit.

In 1996 and 2001, Leon supervised music for the film adaptation of Fox Family Channel's "Les Miserables" starring John Malkovich, and for the ABC Family TV series "State of Grace" featuring Frances McDormand, respectively. Other screen credits include Fox's "Spiderman Unlimited" and UPN's "Incredible Hulk."

Independently, he has covered songs from The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, R.E.M., and Neil Young through Los Angeles-based Vitamin Records. Leon's version of The Stones' "Ruby Tuesday" for the Rockabye Baby! album series landed him atop the Billboard charts, ranking #3 among Kids Albums and #111 on the Top 200. In addition, Leon was a five-time featured performer on NPR's "Morning Edition" for his piano arrangements of popular works.

A Los Angeles-based composer, Leon received a bachelor's degree in music composition from UCLA. While attending the university, he interned with Academy Award-nominated composers Mark Isham and Danny Elfman. Leon's first film credit was for Clive Barker's "Nightbreed" in 1990. Shortly thereafter, Leon earned an Emmy nomination for "Outstanding Music Director" for his work on NBC's "Days of Our Lives."

Prior to founding SoundMind Music, a music company that oversees a projects entire music package, Leon was vice president of Music at Fox.

Ron Stephenson

Born in Los Angeles, California, Ron went to Loyola High School and Loyola University. He wrote sketches for the Los Angeles presentation of Jerry Herman's "Parade" and went on tour as a writer with the Linda Darnell night club act in 1960. From 1964 to 1971, Ron produced television commercials fro several to New York advertising agencies from 1963 until 1971 winning a Cannes Gold Lion for best commercial in 1969. He worked as a free-lance writer upon his return to lops Angeles in 1971. 1979 until 1996 he was Supervising Casting Director for Universal-M.C.A. television. He cast such shows as Murder She Wrote, Columbo, Simon and Simon, Knight Rider, B.J. and The Bear, The Incredible Hulk, Magnum P.I. and Semi-Tough. He currently resides in London, England where he occasionally teaches Acting for the Camera.

Erin Franklyn

Erin Franklyn's grandmother, Hazel Franklyn, was an Actress/Producer/Musician. Known for her roles in Dragnet, Sergeant Preston of the Yukon, Judgment at Nuremberg etc., produced Policy Man, Gone Harlem etc.

Erin's grandfather, Irwin Franklyn, was a Producer/Writer/Director who'd worked with Frank Capra, Ed Wood, Martin Mooney and many others. Known for Waterfront, Flight, The Woman from Tangier, Gone Harlem, Daughter of the West and many others.

Erin's father, Fred Franklyn, was a talented Actor, Writer and a Film Critic who specialized in Japanese Samurai Movies. Fred was known for the well known "I Can't Believe I At The Whole Thing" Alkazelser Commercial, his roles in 'Mel Brooks' "High Anxiety", "Baretta", "Kojak", "Punishment Park", "The Incredible Hulk", "The Rockford Files", "Mrs. Columbo", "Gimme a Break!", "The Wild Party", "Mary Tyler Moore" and many others.

Erin's mother, Megan Doherty, is a talented published writer.

Erin stayed behind the scenes where she thought it would be somewhat safe and more stable from the trials and tribulations of the creative world... As a child she'd sworn she'd never get into the Biz like her eccentric family. But, now she has the Writer/Producer bug!!

Nick Cinardo

Born in New Jersey, Nick moved to California in the 1950s to pursue a career in photography. Married Jinny Myles in 1963 in California. They had two kids, David and Gina. He owned CPS Lab in Hollywood circa 1960s-70s, and freelanced as a photographer with Cinardo Photography, specializing in Headshots, commercial shoots, and weddings. He pursued a career in acting starting in the 80s and landed his first job as a very surprised butcher in the Incredible Hulk, 1980.

Michael Swiney

He is a native of Southern California, born in Los Angeles, where he started his acting career as an adult. He graduated from Crenshaw High in 1977, served in the U. S. Navy aboard the U.S.S. Dixon AS-37, Submarine Tender in San Diego, California from 1977 to 1981. After the military he'd played football for Palomar College in North County San Diego. He also attended Los Angeles City College moving onto Cal. State Dominguez Hills in Carson. He studied the Michael Chekhov technique with two of Mr. Chekhov's proteges, which included Jack Colvin of the hit series "The Incredible Hulk". His debut film on the large scale was "The Generals Daughter". Currently, he continues to vigorously pursue his love and career of acting in feature films.

Dean Grinsfelder

Veteran composer Dean Grinsfelder has provided music for hundreds of film, television and interactive projects over the past two decades. His selected credits include:

- Trailers and Promos ("Rogue One: A Star Wars Story", "Thor", "Tangled") - Commercials (Disney, Ford, Samsung, Priceline) - High-profile Documentaries ("Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures", "Dinosaur Planet", "Alien Planet", "Science of Star Wars") - Television Series ("Wolverine & The X-Men", "Kings of Atlantis", "The Incredible Hulk"), - Top-selling Video Games (Warner Brothers Interactive's "Injustice: Gods Among Us" and "Mortal Kombat 9", Electronic Arts' "Ultima:Ascention", Microsoft's "Freelancer") - Feature Films ("Tribes on the Edge", "P.S. Your Cat Is Dead", "Stonebrook") - Theme Park Rides (Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, iWERKS's "Superstition" & Discovery Channel's "Wings") - Game Shows & Pageants (Miss Universe/Miss USA Pageants, "Lingo" Game Show) - Logos & Corporate I.D's (AMC Theaters, Bristol Bay Productions, Sidney Kimmel Entertainment)

Dean earned a primetime Emmy Award for music editing his score for Discover Channel's "Dinosaur Planet" series (2003-04), an Emmy nomination for his original score for "Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures" (2007), and a primetime Emmy nomination for music editing his score for Discovery Channel's "Before We Ruled the Earth" (2002-03). In addition, Dean has received multiple Telly Awards and Mobius Awards for his work in advertising, and numerous other accolades and recognition across a variety of media types.

Dean has a passion for projects that inspire, uplift, motivate and emotionally move an audience. In an achievement for which he is perhaps most proud, a private White House screening of "Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures - Voyage to Kure" compelled then-president George W. Bush to implement the single largest act of conservation in U.S. history by declaring the Northwest Hawaiian Islands a Marine National Monument.

Equally comfortable in front of an orchestra or a wall of computers, Dean brings forth a broad range of musical and technological skills, including composition, orchestration, conducting, music editing & supervision, production, engineering & recording. Dean has served as the Head of Production for Q-Factory Music, Inc., a boutique film trailer music library headed by industry legend Robert Etoll. In his role as Executive Producer for Visual Music, Dean and collaborator Tom Seufert have created scores for countless national and international commercials.

Steven Shaver

Born in Texas. One of five children. Married with three sons. Former Project Development Coordinator for a film producer. Acting experience includes roles in short films, television commercials, stage productions, and independent feature films in both principal and supporting roles. People frequently comment that Steven resembles actor and producer Edward Norton ("The Illusionist", "Fight Club", "The Incredible Hulk", "Leaves of Grass").

Robert Nuñez

As one of the fastest rising stars in the business, Robert Nunez continues to build upon his unblemished reputation as one of the most creative and motivated DVD producers on the scene today. Over the last few years, Robert has conceived and produced memorable value added material for some of the most iconic TV shows of all time, including Knight Rider, Quantum Leap, The Incredible Hulk and Sliders. In addition, he has contributed to the DVDs for a number of Oscar-winning films, including A Beautiful Mind, Babe and Mask. Although Robert enjoys meeting the challenges posed by blockbuster theatrical releases, he's equally intrigued by DVD premiere titles, having conceived and produced a plethora of original special features for such well-regarded titles as Tremors 4: The Legend Begins, Timecop 2: The Berlin Decision and Bring It On Again. Over the years, major studios have come to rely on Robert's talent as a thoughtful interviewer and compelling producer for everything from red carpet coverage to EPK production. His diverse abilities serve him well in his new position as owner and president of Telekinetic Entertainment. "I'm eager to show new clients the passion and professionalism that my team can bring to their projects."

Bob Raspet

Bob was born in Pittsburgh, PA in 1971 and still resides in he Pittsburgh region. He Graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, and puts his education to use traveling the country as a businessman. He played Volleyball in High School and College and is an avid local sports fan. He is also a certified Scuba Diver, and likes to play golf in his spare time. As a child of the 70's he had an immediate attraction to cinema and Television of that time as evidenced by his continual love to this day of movies and TV in general. Some of his favorite movies include: Star Wars, Jaws, E.T The Extra Terrestrial, The Notebook, Forrest Gump, 21, Raiders of the Lost Ark, and The Hangover. His favorite TV shows include classics such as All in the Family, Married With Children, The Six Million Dollar Man, The Incredible Hulk, and modern shows such as Family Guy and The Walking Dead. Born in Pittsburgh he had a natural attraction to the Zombie genre which was also born in Pittsburgh. A huge fan of George Romero and his movie "Night of the Living Dead" he assisted with the Documentary for that particular film "Autopsy of the Dead". Today he continues to work as an actor in Movies, TV shows, and Commercials as his schedule permits.

Greg Hedgepath

Supervising Sound Editor Greg Hedgepath has worked in film and television sound for more than 20 years. He is a two-time Golden Reel Award winner whose career highlights also include creating the sound effects for the tornados in Twister and the giant bug-like aliens in Starship Troopers. Among his many other credits are Punisher: War Zone, The Incredible Hulk, Ghost Rider, 2 Fast 2 Furious and Blade.

Hedgepath began his career with NPR, gaining valuable experience in recording radio dramas, live music and remote sessions. He got his start in film via Lucasfilm and later worked as a sound editor, sound designer, re-recording mixer and supervising sound editor at Sony, Warner Bros. and Danetracks (as well as a previous stint at Soundelux). He is a graduate of the University of Maryland and also studied sound recording at the Eastman School of Music.

Dave Mendonca

Dave Mendonca's diverse entertainment and sports career has led him to many interesting places. This Toronto, Canada native was a national sports reporter (The Score Television Network)for five years where he interviewed high profile current/former athletes from the NBA, NFL, MLB and NHL including the likes of Chris Bosh, Vince Carter, Wayne Gretzky, Marcus Allen and Pedro Martinez.

He would then discover his passion for entertainment journalism when he landed freelance reporting positions with The Dallas Morning News, FILM.com and Star Wars Insider magazine. Throughout his writing career, he interviewed celebrities such as Beyonce Knowles, Jamie Foxx, Sean Astin, Lou Ferrigno and C-3PO himself, Anthony Daniels.

In search of a new challenge, Mendonca remembered his strong desire to be an actor as a child. As a result, he began auditioning for TV commercials and movies. His dream came true when he appeared on-screen with Liv Tyler and Edward Norton in the 2008 film, The Incredible Hulk.

While the versatile Canadian continues to pursue more acting opportunities, he also co-hosts a popular and funny online basketball talk show, The Breakdown with Dave & Audley.

John Atkin

John Atkin was born in Kitchener, Ontario. After graduating from high school, John attended Algonquin College in Ottawa, where he majored in Theatre Arts. During his senior year, he directed Richard Payne's award winning play "Curse of the Hardly Boys". After graduating from the theatre program, John moved to Toronto to pursue acting work in film and television. During this time, John also joined the Canadian Forces Reserves, serving as an officer and reaching the rank of Captain. John put his military training to good use on the film Codebreakers (2005), where he served as a military advisor and drill instructor, and on The Incredible Hulk (2008), where he spent two months handling prop guns in front of the camera.

Chris Bachalo

Chris Bachalo is internationally recognized as one of the most popular artists in the comic industry. His body of work covers a wide spectrum of genres ranging from the critically acclaimed "Sandman", "Shade", "Death, The High Cost of Living" and "Batman" series for DC to "Incredible Hulk", "Uncanny X-Men", "New X-Men", "Captain America" and the quirky pop favorite "Generation X", which he co-created with Scott Lobdell for Marvel Comics. Generation X, became the first title from Marvel that was adapted into a live action film for Fox.

Both "Death" and "Sandman" are currently being developed for the big screen. The short story "The Wheel" written by Neil Gaimen and illustrated by Chris featured the Death character and was inducted into the library of Congress in 2003. It was created as part of a tribute to 911. His cover work for the title Hunter, The Age of Magic for DC was recently included as part of a New York gallery show for the Society of Illustrators. Chris recently completed a pair of creator owned properties. He collaborated with writer, producer Jeph Loeb on the Vertigo/DC, titled "The Witching Hour" that has been published worldwide and is currently being developed into a screenplay. He also co-created with Joe Kelly the retro-futuristic, Sci Fi epic, Steampunk, published by Cliffhanger /DC and which is also being developed for film. In addition to Chris' popularity at local conventions, Chris has made guest appearances on televisions "Pictionary" and the "Sci-Fi" channel. His most recent guest appearance included both Australia and New Zealand. Other appearances have included locations such as London, Rome, Paris and numerous cities in the US and Canada. n addition to his work in comics, Chris' artwork has graced the covers of " The Hollywood Reporter" and "PSM" (play station magazine). Other clients have included Qakley, Taco Bell, Stuff magazine, Upper Deck, Disney and he was commissioned to do artwork that was transformed into a 50' X 80' mural at the Marvel/Universal them park in Orlando, Florida. Chris is a Canadian citizen and was born in Portage La Prairie, Canada. He currently resides in Southern California with his wife, Helen, son, Dylan and his pet Siamese fighting fish, Spike.

Robert Fantini

Robert 'Bobby' Fantini was born in Toronto, Canada. He moved to Europe with his parents at the age of 8. His father Val Fantini was a Drama and English teacher in Canada who first introduced Robert into the world of theater. At the age of 14, he moved back to Canada where he attended the Dante Alighieri Academy, and the University of Toronto.

From stage, 'Bobby' started work in short-films film, including 'So soon forgotten' where he had two roles, playing both a 1940's Hungarian Jew and a Nazi Soldier.

Between 2008-2001, Bobby was elected as the ACTRA Union (Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artist) AABP Secretery, Vice-Chair and PR representative of the Toronto Chapter.

Robert was featured in films, including: The Love Guru, The Rocker, The Incredible Hulk, Amelia, Convoy: 'Wolfpack' and many TV shows, including: Urban Legends, Murdoch Mysteries, Warehouse 13, Cold Case, The Kennedy's.

Robert is a graduate of University of Toronto(UofT), where he specialized in teaching Drama and EFL. He is a vocalist/guitarist and song-writer with The Phoenix Lites.

As of 2011, he is working on his next project in Cairo, Egypt.

Chris Dunlop

Born in County Down, Northern Ireland, Chris grew up watching Hammer Horror movies as well as TV shows like: V (the miniseries), The Incredible Hulk, The X Files, The A Team, Dempsey and Makepeace plus many others. He wanted to become a filmmaker for many years.

A.J. Jarrell

A.J. Jarrell has been a vegetarian his entire life. In fact, his parents became vegetarians two years before he was born and he has never strayed from that lifestyle. Even more impressive, this dedicated personal trainer is a lifetime natural bodybuilder.

A.J. has trained religiously for over 20 years. Inspired by the television show "The Incredible Hulk, A.J. strove for the kind of physique that would mimic the character.

As one of Arizona's Top Personal Trainers, A.J. is living proof that with a solid diet and consistant workout routine, a vegetarian can indeed be competitive. In 2004 he won the L.A. Championships Novice Heavyweight and Overall Novice titles. Then in 2005 he took top honors at the NPC Natural Western Regional Championship winning the Overall title. A.J. has also competed nationally & placed 7th place out of 17 competitors in the Light Heavy weight class at the 2006 Team Universe in New York. A.J. also competed at the 2007 Team Universe & took 7th Place again as a Heavyweight competitor. His final Bodybuilding competition was at the 2008 Natural Western Regional Competition in Phoenix, Arizona. He ended his bodybuilding career with an Overall victory winning both the Heavyweight Class as well as winning the entire show.

Now in 2013 A.J. decided to change things up & get back to his roots. He has gone back to his first love...Art. He has picked up where he left off & is working on completing a series of famous jazz musicians. The first of his jazz paintings was Joe Williams. A.J. actually sent a framed copy of his painting to the Late Joe Williams wife Jillean Williams. She ended up calling A.J. & sent him some memorabilia of Joe Williams. As this is being written A.J. is in the process of painting jazz legends such as Buddy Tate, Al Grey, Jay"Hootie" McShann, Milt Hinton, Benny Carter, Marshall Royal, & many more.

Leandro Santa Rita

Brazilian born and U.S. Permanent Resident, Leandro "Leo" Santa Rita, is currently based in Los Angeles, where he contracts his services as a liaison to studios and production companies based in Brazil and South America. Leo is an experienced, multilingual and dynamic worker having taken on production projects as Producer, Line Producer, VFX Producer and Production Consultant for Local and International TV Networks, Feature Films, and Commercials that shoot anywhere around the globe.

Leo's career began with Globo TV Network aka TV Globo (TVG), the largest production studio in South America and fourth largest studio in the world. TVG produces content that encompasses 75% of all filmed entertainment in South America. Recognized for its production quality, the company has garnered 14 International Emmys. TVG's operations include seven pay-per-view television channels and a distribution division that delivers sports and entertainment content to 190 countries around the world.

From 2001 - 2004, Leo was contracted as Marketing Coordinator, by Special Effects Unlimited, Inc., the largest live-action special effects company in the Film Industry, to develop production affiliations and film business in Latin America.

In 2008, he was part of the Special Effects Team, for "Incredible Hulk " filmed entirely in Rio de Janeiro. He had the opportunity to work with the respected Oscar Winning Director and Producer, Gale Anne Hurd.

In 2015/2016 Leo was hired by Record TV Network aka Rede Record, to Producer in partnership with Stargate Studios, the most complex visual effects sequences; the 7 Plagues & Parting to the Red Sea), for the Prime-Time Soap-Opera/Telenovela "The Ten Commandments." This project drew the largest TV audience in the history of the Brazilian Television. This led to the release of the project as a motion picture, that pre-sold over 3 million tickets an unprecedented milestone in the history of Brazilian cinema.

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