9 names.

Nick Robinson

Nick Robinson is best known for his starring role in the critically acclaimed CBS Films "The Kings of Summer." This was followed by shooting a lead role in the Universal action adventure sequel "Jurassic World." Robinson stars alongside Chris Pratt, Judy Greer, Vincent D'Onofrio and Bryce Dallas Howard. Next up for Robinson is shooting a lead role in the Sony Pictures adaptation of Rick Yancey's bestselling novel "The 5th Wave." The film is directed by J Blakeson, and is co-starring Chloe Grace Moretz. Prior to this, Nick guest-starred on the critically acclaimed HBO drama "Boardwalk Empire."

Robinson was born in Seattle, Washington, to Denise Podnar and Michael Robinson.

Brian Sacca

Brian Sacca is an actor/producer who has been creating both traditional film/TV content and digital media for the past 10 years. Sacca is most recently known for his role as Robbie Feinberg in "The Wolf of Wall Street." He can also be seen in "The Kings of Summer," "Kroll Show," and "United States of Tara."

Sacca started his career as part of the comedy duo Pete and Brian with Peter Karinen. In 2007, they wrote and starred in the short film "FCU: Fact Checkers Unit" with Bill Murray. FCU was later developed into a web series starring Brian Sacca and Peter Karinen. It ran for two seasons, and featured guest stars such as James Franco, T-Pain, Moby, Jon Heder, Kristen Schaal, and Alex Trebek.

Brave Williams

The Baltimore-raised, fearless Brave Williams was the co-founder of the girl group RichGirl, which included fellow crooner Sevyn Streeter. In 2009 before going solo, Brave was signed to Jive Records as part of Richgirl. Together, the group pumped out several Billboard hits including their first singles, "24's," and "He Aint With Me Now." They also toured as the opening act for Beyonce's, "I Am Sasha's Fierce" tour, as the main act. As well as touring nationally for the National Burger King Summer Tour. They collaborated with Rick Ross and Fabulous, on their hit single "Swagger Right" before ultimately breaking up in 2011. After the break-up, Brave took a brief hiatus in music and began to pursue a career in acting, landing roles in both television and film such as the character of Bambi in BET's "The Start Up," a featured singer in TLC's "Crazy, Sexy, Cool" film on VH1, a cast member on TV One's successful franchise, R&B Divas LA, and a co-star in TV One's feature film "Bad Dad Rehab."

Destiny Summers

Tiny (only five feet), but cute, buxom, and shapely brunette Destiny Summers was born on April 18, 1979 in Cali, Colombia. Summers moved with her family to Miami, Florida at age four. Destiny first started performing in explicit hardcore fare in her mid-twenties in 2004. Among the notable companies Summers appeared in X-rated features for are Metro, Mile High, Pink Visual, Bang Productions, Wicked Pictures, and Evasive Angles. Moreover, Destiny also worked for such adult websites as BangBros, Brazzers, Hustler, and Reality Kings. Summers was nominated for a XRCO Award for Cream Dream in 2006. Destiny loves Chinese food and enjoys salsa dancing in her spare time. She has since retired from the adult entertainment industry.

Genevieve Hannon

Genevieve comes from a family of Broadway, opera, film and television performers, portrait painters, and a major motion picture producer. Born and raised in New York City in this talented family in a legendary artists building on the artsy Upper West Side, and attending schools and summer camp with friends who are the children of famous musicians, composers and actors such as Paul Simon (Simon and Garfunkel), Paul Stookey (Peter, Paul and Mary), Charles Strouse (Annie), and Mia Farrow, Genevieve was surrounded by the arts on all fronts.

Genevieve began playing piano at 6, cello at 9 and guitar at 15 years old. In high school, Genevieve sang in the Vocal Jazz Ensemble (VJE), which was comprised of 30 girls and boys considered to be the best singers selected among the 8 private schools in NYC, and lead by Dennis Thurmond, now former Chair of the Piano and Music Synthesis Depts at Berklee Collage of Music and former Director of Piano Pedagogy at USC. With VJE, she sang at Lincoln Center for the Arts in NYC and on concerts tours throughout England and Scotland. Genevieve performed the leading roles in all the school musicals and plays, such as Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz. After Genevieve studied Advanced Placement Music Theory in her junior year at boarding school, she was selected as a member of the 12-woman a cappella group, The Perilhettes, in which she was elected the Head of the group and main musical arranger. The Perilhettes were noted to be the most talented group to come along in the previous couple of decades, and were awarded the production of an album at a pro recording studio. Genevieve went on to study acting and singing with a concentration in musical theater at the acclaimed drama program at Syracuse University, earning a BFA in Musical Theater.

Upon graduation, she returned home to NYC and, where most of her friends were landing roles in, and even producing, Broadway shows, as well as roles in TV shows and films, Genevieve became a client at one of the leading talent agencies in the country, J. Michael Bloom, who started sending her on auditions for TV commercials. Genevieve booked the very first audition she attended - a national network Wendy's TV commercial opposite Dave Thomas, which launched her prolific commercial career. This spot turned into 12 more national TV commercials for Wendy's with Dave Thomas over the next 3 years, sometimes filming on a sound stage set at Silver Cup Studios in NYC and sometimes at North Miami Studios in Florida where Dave Thomas spent his winters.

Three years into being a full time, working commercial TV actor, Genevieve left J. Michael Bloom and joined the renowned talent agency Cunningham, Escott, Slevin and Dougherty (then CED, now CESD) in NYC, where she went on to book principal roles in 20 more national network and 5 more regional TV commercials, including Wellbutrin XL, Morgan Stanley, Dawn Liquid Detergent, Volkswagen, Pizza Hut, Burger King, Verizon, Advil, HIP of NY, University of Pittsburg Medical Center. A few years into booking all these TV commercials as an actor, casting directors began to ask for Genevieve to audition for voice over work as well, and she booked the 6th audition she attended in the first week, a radio spot for The NY Times, and thus began her voice over career for the past 16 years, in thousands of TV and radio commercials and TV network promos, medical narrations and even the voice inside of a toy. Meantime, Genevieve performed singing and acting roles in off-Broadway plays and musicals, including with the Shakespearian group Moonwork in NYC, and she has sung with several bands.

Genevieve's mom Mary Ann is a Juilliard and Manhattan School of Music trained opera singer, musical theater singer and actress, having performed in many operas with the Ruffino Opera Company and at Town Hall in NYC, as leading roles in dozens of musicals from Broadway national tours, such as Kiss of the Spider Woman, to productions at many prominent regional theaters around the country. Her mom also has performed guest parts in hundreds of films, TV soap operas and late night talk shows, such as Dave's diner waitress on Late Show with David Letterman and Madeleine Albright on Late Night with Conan O'Brien.

Genevieve's dad Martin, aka Ted (deceased) was a prominent portrait painter and President of the Salmagundi Club in NYC, the oldest artists club in the country.

Genevieve's sister Erika also performed on Broadway, such as Jekkyl and Hyde, and in leading roles in national tours, such as Tommy, and at regional theaters, such as Papermill Playhouse.

Erika's husband (Genevieve's brother-in-law), Peter Saraf, is the Chair of the Producers Guild East and the Vice President of the Producers Guild of America. Peter co-founded with Marc Turtletaub the film production company Big Beach Films, where they have made wonderful films such as Little Miss Sunshine (Steve Carell, Toni Collette, Alan Arkin, Greg Kinear, Paul Dano, Abigail Breslin), About Ray (Susan Sarrandon, Naomi Watts, Elle Fanning), Our Idiot Brother (Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Banks, Zooey Deschanel), Away We Go, Kings of Summer, Safety Not Guaranteed (Aubrey Plaza, Mark Duplass), Everything Is Illuminated (Elijah Wood, Jonathan Safran Foer, Liev Schreiber), Jack Goes Boating (Philip Seymour Hoffman, Amy Ryan, John Ortiz, Daphne Rubin-Vega), Sunshine Cleaning (Amy Adams, Emily Blunt, Alan Arkin), Is Anybody There? (Michael Caine), Me Him Her. Prior to that, Peter produced with dear friend Jonathan Demme at Clinica Estetica, where he produced Ulee's Gold (Peter Fonda), Adaptation (Nicholas Cage, Meryl Streep, Chris Cooper, Spike Jonze), The Truth About Charlie (Mark Wahlberg, Thandie Newton, Tim Robbins. Peter also produced an Academy Award nominated documentary on Mandela, called Mandela, plus a documentary the Agonomist about radio journalist and human rights activist, Jean Dominique, in Haiti.

As an actor, Genevieve was the principal on-camera actor in 35 national television commercials in a span of 13 years, including Wendy's, Wellbutrin XL, Morgan Stanley, Burger King, Leap Frog, Olive Garden, Advil, Master Card, Volkswagen, Pizza Hut, Dawn Liquid Detergent, 24 Hour Fitness & Zyrtec. She has worked with Academy Award, Cio Award, Golden Lion Award winning directors including Janusz Kaminski, Bob Giraldi, James Gartner and Stan Schofield. She was a proud member of unions SAG and AFTRA and a client at leading talent agency Cunningham, Escott, Slevin and Dougherty for 13 years.

As a professional singer, Genevieve has had a wide range, from soprano to mezzo to alto, and sings styles from folk to rock to classic rock to western cowboy to pop. As the daughter of a Juilliard-trained opera singer and Broadway singer/actress, music came naturally to her. Genevieve performed in jazz ensembles, a cappella groups, musicals, plays and in several bands in New York City for 20 years before moving out to southern Utah. She has been singing, playing guitar and percussion in the popular band Ron and Genevieve, in which she has performed weekly for thousands of international tourists at the Canyon Collections of hotels in southern Utah, as well as at annual events and festivals, including Western Legends Round-Up and the Grand-2-Grand Ultra Footrace. As a musical and creative person, her ear has always been exceptional and, therefore, she has heard subtle differences in her voice over reads, giving a wide variety of reads, has understandood timing intuitively and has been able to work with music well.

Medical Narration Training, Julie Williams, Voiceover Insider, 2016

Sound Check! Audio Analysis, George Whittam, Los Angeles, 2016

Vocal Booth Tune Up, Dan Friedman, Edge Studio, New York City, 2015

Vocal Warm Up and Breathing Techniques, Nazia Chaudhry, Edge Studio, New York City, 2015

2nd Bachelor of Science in Biology, Chemistry, Animal Science and Math, Pre-Veterinary Medicine concentration, Rutgers University, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, and New Jersey City University, 2007-2012

ADR Loop Group Training: Group Walla, Voice Specifics and Voice Matching, Director and Founder Sondra James, SpeakEasy ADR, New York City, 2006

Improvisation Course, Master Coach and Founder Holly Mandel (Groundlings, L.A.), Improvolution!, New York City, 2002

Professional Voice Over Acting Course, School for Film and Television, 3 of Us Studios, New York City, 1998

Professional Commercial Acting Course, School for Film and Television, 3 of Us Studios, New York City, 1994

Bachelor of Science in Acting, Musical Theater concentration, Syracuse University, College of Visual and Performing Arts, Drama Department, 1989-1993

Classical Singing, Raymond MacDermott, New York City, 1987-1989

Jazz Singing & Improvisation, New York Vocal Jazz Ensemble, Dennis Thurmond, The Collegiate School (later Head of Piano Pedagogy, Berklee College of Music and USC's Thornton School of Music), New York City, 1984-1987

Style -

Genevieve's voice has been described as warm, textured, sincere, believable, trustworthy, authoritative, fun, funny, wry, edgy and sexy.

Work Ethic -

Genevieve is customer-service oriented and will not rest until her clients are absolutely thrilled with what they have. She has honed her craft of voice work for almost 2 decades and can understand what each client is asking for and provide it. As a musical and creative person, her ear is exceptional and, therefore, she hears subtle differences in her reads, can give a wide variety of reads, understands timing intuitively and can work with music well. She works diligently to give her clients a fast turn around. Genevieve takes direction very well and is a kind, warm, easy-to-work-with, professional and fun person! See all the wonderful testimonials from voiceover professionals!

Tyler B. Robinson

Tyler B. Robinson is an Emmy winning production designer who moved to Portland, Oregon in 1998 following a prolonged series of adventures ranging from Honorable Service in the US Army, to cross country hitchhiking trips (US & Europe), and seasonal employment to support a snowboarding habit. His time as a reconnaissance squad leader and weapons specialist in the Army honed his natural tendencies toward leadership, communication, and creative problem solving while his vagabond lifestyle developed creativity, an ability to quickly adapt to unpredictable changes, and a genuine desire to avoid normalcy. Once settled in Portland, he used the GI Bill to attended Portland Community College and obtained an internship at Food Chain Films, which sparked the beginning of his design-based film career. Working locally, he cut his teeth on commercials, independent films, and webisodes before being offered the TV pilot for IFC's Portlandia, which he continued to production design through season five. Robinson and his Portlandia team have won several awards for their work on the series including a Primetime Emmy® and two Art Director's Guild awards. He has since gone on to production design two FX shows with Portlandia director, Jonathan Krisel, including Baskets and the pilot episode of Man Seeking Woman. Robinson's feature film credits include Mike & Dave Need Wedding Dates, The Kings of Summer, and the cult hit The FP. When reviewing The Kings of Summer, film critic Christopher Redmond of Dear Cast & Crew said of Robinson's work: "Your production design in this film isn't just impressive - it's moving. Like an emotional time capsule, each set piece transported me back into adolescence. Not by recreating a specific era, but by evoking an overall feeling." In his spare time, Robinson enjoys slowing down and enjoying Portland by bicycle, playing pinball in the local barcades, rubbing his cat's fuzzy belly, and designing and fabricating fantasy weapons including functional cupcake cannons and banana split Gatling guns.

Basil King

William Benjamin King (a.k.a. Basil King) was a Canadian Episcopalian minister and author. He was born on 26, February, 1859 at Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island and received his education at St. Peter's School at Charlottetown and King's College in Windsor, Nova Scotia. He was ordained in 1884 and soon became rector at St. Luke's Pro- Cathedral in Halifax and later in 1892 rector of Christ Church in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In 1900 King chose to retire from the ministry because of his failing eyesight and begin what would turn out to be a very successful writing career.

King wrote sixteen novels, of which "The Inner Shrine", "The Wild Olive" and "The Street Called Straight", were probably his best remembered. He was also a frequent contributor to national magazines.

King was married to the former Esther Foot; in July of 1918 their daughter, Penelope (1894-1970), married Reginald Wilson Orcutt (1894-1965), an American explorer of the Canadian wilderness and son of author William Dana Orcutt, at King's summer home in Dublin, New Hampshire.

William Benjamin King passed away on 22 June, 1928, at his home in Cambridge after a protracted illness. He was survived by his wife and daughter.

Source: 1881 Canadian Census, The Hartford Courant, 23 June, 1928, Fitchburg Sentinel, 23 June, 1928, When Canadian literature moved to New York By Nicholas James Mount, Nick Mount, The Literature Network.

Christopher Kaczmarek

Christopher Kaczmarek was born in Akron OH and has always wanted to pursue acting. He began his acting career in 2011 after discovering that the film industry exists in Ohio. After his first audition, he got his first speaking role in the web pilot Hit Boys. He's had several lead and supporting roles in films as well as web videos. Chris primarily acts, but has done production assistant work and is writing a few scripts of his own. He's worked in the OH, KY, PA, and MI markets. Chris has been in over 30 films such as THE Wind IS Watching, Kings of Summer, Young Harvest, Underdogs, OUT of the Furnace, THE Umbrella Man, Hall of Fame, and Things Revealed. Chris has worked with and personally met Woody Harrelson, Willem Dafoe, Sophia Bush, and Mark Ruffalo. Chris was nominated for the Best Lead Actor in the 2013 Cleveland 48 Hour Film Project and his team won Runner Up for Best Film "Hi" by Cyclical Productions. It has been Chris's dream to be in movies ever since he was a child, and he plans to continue pursuing an acting career.

Jack V. Heath

Jack V. Heath was born in Santa Monica, California. He lives in Los Angeles. Jack's professional career kicked off at age six with starring roles in commercials for Walmart and Lenovo among others. Recently he's transitioned into films, with featured roles in the soon-to-be released films "Merrily" (2017, Dir. Robert McAtee) and "Bozonova" (2017, Dir. Chris Graves) and a starring role in the AFI Short Film "The Seat of Intellect". The same year (2016), he had featured roles in a number of music videos, including Ayokay's "Kings of Summer" and The Parakit's "Save Me". Jack continued his commercial work, with featured roles in spots for Subway and PETA, an organization near and dear to his vegetarian heart.

In his spare time, Jack enjoys magic, playing guitar, piano and drums, climbing stuff, playing baseball, and putting on shows and plays for anyone in the neighborhood he can round up for ten minutes at a time. As he's been doing since age two.

9 names.