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Tanya Roberts

Tanya Roberts came from modest beginnings in the Bronx, New York, the daughter of a pen salesman (Irish) and a mother (Jewish) who were divorced before she reached high school. Tanya dropped out of high school at age 15, got married and hitchhiked around the country until her mother-in-law had the marriage annulled. She met psychology student Barry Roberts in New York while waiting in line to see a movie. A few months later, she proposed to him in a subway station, and they were married. She studied acting under Lee Strasberg and Uta Hagen. In her early years in New York, she supported herself as an Arthur Murray dance instructor and by modeling. She appeared in off-Broadway productions of "Picnic" and "Antigone", and in television commercials for Ultra Brite, Clairol and Cool Ray sunglasses.

In 1977, Tanya and her husband--now a scriptwriter--moved to Hollywood. She began appearing in such made-for-TV films as Pleasure Cove, Zuma Beach and Waikiki. Her film debut was in Forced Entry. After appearing in several minor films, her first big break came when she was selected as an angel (the last) for Charlie's Angels in its final season, and was featured on the cover of "People" magazine (2/9/81). The attention she garnered as the newest Charlie's Angel helped secure her most significant film parts: The Beastmaster (and posed for the cover and an inside spread in "Playboy" to promote the film), the title role in Sheena: Queen of the Jungle and as a Bond Girl in A View to a Kill. She continues to appear in films, though mainly direct-to-video and direct-to-cable features. She is featured in the CD computer game The Pandora Directive and had a recurring lead role in the television series That '70s Show.

Denis Villeneuve

Denis Villeneuve is a French Canadian film director and writer. He was born in 1967, in Trois-Rivières, Québec, Canada. He started is career as a filmmaker at the National Film Board of Canada. He is best known for his feature films Arrival (2016), Sicario (2015), Prisoners (2013), Enemy (2013) and Incendies (2010). He is married to Tanya Lapointe.

Bojana Novakovic

Novakovic was born on 17 November 1981 in Belgrade, Serbia, Yugoslavia. She moved to Australia in 1988, at the age of seven. Novakovic was initially interested in becoming a social worker or doctor, but after a significant set of events, she changed her mind and decided to pursue performing arts. Novakovic studied at The McDonald College in Sydney,(where she was Dux of 1999) and graduated from NIDA with a BA in Dramatic Arts in 2002. She has a younger sister, Valentina Novakovic, who is also an actress, famous for having performed in the Australian soap opera, Neighbours.

In 2003, Novakovic played Randa in the ABC mini-series Marking Time, a role which won her an AFI Award for "Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Television Drama or Comedy". As an actor, Novakovic's film credits in Australia include Blackrock (1996), Strange Fits of Passion (1998), The Monkey's Mask (1999), Thunderstruck (2004), Solo (2005), and the Serbian movies Optimisti (2005) and Skinning (2010). From 2007 to 2009, she played Tippi in the TV series Satisfaction for Showtime Australia. Other breakout roles include: Drag Me to Hell (2009), Edge of Darkness (2009), Devil (2010), Burning Man (2011) and Generation Um(2012).

Theatre credits in Australia include These People, Away and Strange Fruit at the Sydney Theatre Company; The Female of the Species at the Melbourne Theatre Company; Woyzeck (Helpmann award nomination for best supporting actress in 2009), Criminology (Green Room award nomination for best actress 2007), Eldorado (Helpmann nomination for best supporting actress, 2006) and Necessary Targets at the Malthouse Theatre in Melbourne, Death Variations and Loveplay (Ride On) for B Sharp, Romeo and Juliet with Bell Shakespeare Company and Debris for Ride On Theatre (which received a Green Room nomination for best Independent production and best actress in 2006).

Novakovic also runs her own independent theatre company, Ride On Theatre Sydney and Melbourne) with co-director Tanya Goldberg. She was a producer and performer for the 2004 Ride On Theatre sell out season of LOVEPLAY at the Downstairs Belvoir Street Theatre, and the 2006 Green Room nominated production of Debris (in which she was also nominated for best actress).

In 2008, she translated, adapted and directed Fake Porno in Melbourne, which was invited to be part of the Powerhouse season in Brisbane in 2009, and also received three Green Room nominations including best production. Outside of Ride On, she wrote and directed with Melbourne's Black Lung Theatre for the critically acclaimed production of Sugar at the 2007 Adelaide Fringe Festival. In 2010, Novakovic received an AFI nomination for International Award for Best Actress for her role in Edge of Darkness.

Novakovic landed the part of a beautiful prostitute-turned-law-student in Fox's series, Rake, starring Greg Kinnear. The show was canceled in May, 2014. She portrayed Clare Hitchens in The Hallow, a horror film set in Ireland and directed by Corin Hardy.

Earlier this year [2015], The Toronto Film Festival premiered her feature film The Little Death. Novakovic can be seen playing the lead in the ABC pilot Agatha, and has also booked a recurring role in Showtime dramedy Shameless.

She's repped by CAA, Management 360, Lisa Mann Creative Management in Australia and attorney Bob Wallerstein.

Nicki Minaj

Onika Tanya Maraj, better known as Nicki Minaj was born on December 8, 1982 in Saint James, Trinidad and Tobago and raised in Jamaica, Queens, New York. She grew up in a troubled family with a father that was a drug addict who later changed after he checked into rehab and started going to church. Minaj went to LaGaurdia High School and studied singing and acting.

She was first spotted by the CEO of Young Money, and was later recruited for The Carter Edition of Young Money's own "The Come Up" DVD series. Her rapping skills caught the eyes of Lil Wayne who later worked with her for many collaborations with his mixtapes.

In April 2007, Minaj released her first mixtape "Playtime Is Over". One year later she made another mixtape "Sucka Free" which made her Female Artist of the Year at the Underground Music Awards. In 2009 she made her third mixtape "Beam Me Up Scotty" which got positive reviews from BET and MTV.

To date, Nicki has released 3 platinum selling studio albums, Pink Friday, Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded, and the most recent The Pinkprint

Marcia Cross

Marcia Anne Cross was born on March 25, 1962 in Marlborough, Massachusetts. As a child, Marcia always wanted to be an actress, so she set out to have a career in acting. Cross graduated from the Julliard School in New York, a naturally gifted girl. Her career began in 1984, when she joined the cast of the daytime soap opera The Edge of Night. After six months, the show ended its 28-year run. The following year, in 1985, she starred opposite Carroll O'Connor in the television film Brass. Then she landed the lead role in Pros & Cons with comedienne Sheryl Lee Ralph. She kept busy by starring in The Last Days of Frank and Jesse James with many famous figures in Hollywood - including June Carter Cash, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson. Marcia's career was looking up when she was cast as Kate Roberts in another daytime soap opera, One Life to Live, and as Tanya in Another World. Marcia was then seen opposite Tim Daly in the tearjerker romance Almost Grown. Almost Grown was a television pilot that never got picked up, but is still very acclaimed to this day. Marcia was then cast as Ruth Fielding in Bad Influence, a thriller that starred Cross, Rob Lowe and James Spader.

She joined the cast of Knots Landing - an incredibly famous nighttime soap opera in 1991. After a year, she left to do work on a new television series called Melrose Place. She was cast as the psychotic Dr. Kimberly Shaw on the prime-time soap opera. The show was a pop-culture phenomenon, going down in history as one of the most entertaining and memorable shows of the 1990s. Marcia, who was starring opposite Heather Locklear, Courtney Thorne-Smith and others, emerged as the fan favorite of the show. Then her longtime companion and fiancé, Richard Jordan, died in 1993. Marcia reigned on, starring in films like Female Perversions opposite Tilda Swinton and Always Say Goodbye opposite Emmy-nominee Polly Draper, throughout her long run on "Melrose Place". In 1997, she left the show in order to get her Master's Degree in Psychology. From 1997 to 2003, she continued to act regularly. She starred in Dancing in September - a critically acclaimed film, got herself the lead role in Living in Fear, starred in The Wind Effect - a disturbing film about family, and even filmed Eastwick, a television pilot that never was picked up. Eastwick was based on the film The Witches of Eastwick, and Marcia was cast in the Susan Sarandon role.

She got back into the public eye by joining the cast of the critically-acclaimed television series Everwood with Treat Williams. After a year on the show, she left it when she auditioned for a new television series, Desperate Housewives. In 2004, Marcia was cast as Bree Van De Kamp in Desperate Housewives, which went on to be a monster-hit with the critics and audiences. Marcia began to be nominated for very prestigious awards - including the Emmy Award, Golden Globe, Golden Satellite Award, and a Television Critics' Association Award. Marcia even won a Screen Actors Guild Award in 2005.

Michael T. Weiss

Michael T. Weiss is an award nominated actor. He is a Chicago native where he studied at the famed "Second City". He has a BFA in Acting from The University of Southern California's prestigious school of Drama. He has had a diverse career in film, television, and theater both as an actor and a director. His feature film credits include: "Sex and the City 2", "Freeway" (opposite Reese Witherspoon, Amanda Plummer, Kiefer Sutherland and produced by Oliver Stone which premiered at The Sundance Film Festival) He starred in the film version of "Jeffrey" which was based on Paul Rudnick's off-Broadway hit play (opposite Patrick Stewart, Steven Weber, Sigourney Weaver, Olympia Dukakis, and Nathan Lane). He played a dirty cop in the New Line feature film "Bones" with Pam Grier and Snoop Dogg. He received a "Midwest Film Festival Best Actor Award" for his work in "Iowa" which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. Other notable films include: " Net Worth", "Until The Night", and "Marmalade". He also starred in the soon to be released "Sunset Park" filmed near his second home in Brooklyn New York. On the New York stage Weiss recently appeared in The Pulitzer Prize finalist, "The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity" at the "Second Stage Theater" which won the Obie Award for best play. He has appeared on Broadway with Joan Allen and Jeremy Irons in "Impressionism" directed by Jack O'Brien. He received a Drama Desk Nomination for his work at The Atlantic Theater Company's "Scarcity" with Kristen Johnston and Jesse Eisenberg. He worked with director Wilson Milam on " A Perfect Future" at the Cherry Lane Theater. In Boston he was on stage in Eve Ensler's new comedy O.P.C as A.R.T He spent two seasons with The Huntington Theater Company playing Pale in Landford Wilson's "Burn This" and Valmont In "Les Liaisons Dangereuses". In Los Angeles he was on stage in "Of Equal Measure" by Tanya Harding directed by Leigh Silverman For the Center Theater Group. His television credits are numerous including many T.V films, series regular, recurring and guest star roles. He is well known for his portrayal of the chameleon "Jarod" on the NBC hit "The Pretender" playing more than 50 different characters. recently he por trayed a corrupt cop on "Blue Bloods" for CBS. He recreated the character of Joe Haskell for the remake of "Dark Shadows" for NBC. He played duel characters on "2000 Malibu Road" directed by Joel Schumacher with Drew Barrymore and Jennifer Beals. He voiced "Tarzan" for Walt Disney Animation and Voiced "The Nameless One" for the computer game Planescape:Torment where Eurogamer gave the character the "Gaming Globes 2000 "in the Male Lead Character category and Empire placed the character 4th on a list of the greatest video game characters. Weiss is also a Visual Artist shown in Los Angeles as well as a Playwright and Theater Director. He recently directed the play "The Pornographers Daughter" in San Francisco and His play "Streams of Consciousness" which he wrote and directed was produced at The Met Theater in Los Angeles . As an environmental activist, Weiss served on the board of directors for th e Earth Communications Office. He had one of the first all Electric Cars in the world and was a pioneer test driver of the first Hybrid Vehicle (The Toyota Prius) years before it hit the market. Weiss resides in Los Angeles and N

Benedict Samuel

Upon graduating from the prestigious National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in 2009, Benedict was immediately cast in several prominent Australian TV shows. Matchbox Pictures children's series, My Place, as the troublesome Hammer Pirovic on Home & Away and Michael in Paper Giants: The Birth Of Cleo.

2011 saw Benedict's theatre debut in the Malthouse production of Tis Pity She's A Whore directed by Marion Potts and Judith's Kiss in the Bondi Pavilion Theatre. He returned to the theatre again in 2013 in the experimental Tanya Goldberg's The Blind Date Project.

2012 Benedict was cast as Jonah in Underground, The Julian Assange Matchbox tele-movie directed by Robert Connolly.

In 2014 Benedict made his feature film debut starring in the indie flick Asthma, directed by Jake Hoffman.

2015 will be a big year for Benedict with 3 U.S. feature films being released; The Walk by Robert Zemeckis, The Stanford Prison Experiment by Kyle Patrick Alvarez, and By Way Of Helena directed by Kieran Darcy-Smith. He will also be seen later this year in the highly anticipated ABC series The Beautiful Lie produced by John Edwards and Imogen Banks and starring opposite Sarah Snook.

Benedict is currently shooting a recurring role in the popular horror apocalyptic US series The Walking Dead.

Mary Stavin

Lovely and slender blonde model and actress Mary Ann Catrin Stavin was born on August 20, 1957 in Orebro, Sweden. The blue-eyed beauty was crowned Miss World in 1977. Stavin released the disco single "Feeling Good, Being Bad/Headline News" on the Ariola label in 1979. She's featured in the music videos for "Ant Rap" and "Strip" by Adam Ant. Mary appeared in the exercise video "Shake Up and Dance" with George Best in the 80s. Moreover, Stavin has acted in several movies; she has the rare distinction of appearing in two James Bond films in different roles and was especially memorable as William Katt's enticing neighbor Tanya in the delightful hit horror comedy "House." Married to businessman Nicholas Wilcockson, Mary is the mother of daughter Liliana Rose. She served as a judge for the Miss World contest in both 1980 and 2010.

Tanya Clarke

Tanya Clarke was born in Chicago, Illinois and was raised in Ottawa, Canada. She spent many years in New York City performing on Broadway, Off-Broadway and regional stages.

Her film credits include 'A Beautiful Mind', 'Tenderness', 'Repo Men', 'Driver X' & 'Blackbird'. She received a Best Actress Nomination (Method Fest Independent Film Festival) for her performance in 'Delivery Method'.

Her television roles include the character of Emily Lotus on HBO's 'Banshee'. Other: 'Grey's Anatomy', 'American Horror Story', 'Glee', 'Hawaii Five-0', 'CSI Miami' & 'Supernatural'.

She made her Broadway debut in 'I'm Not Rappaport' opposite Judd Hirsch & Ben Vereen, directed by Daniel Sullivan.

T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh

Performer, writer, producer and director T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh (Ta-Kee-ah Kristle Kee-Mah) is back on the Hollywood scene. Ten years after 'Tonya Baxter' mysteriously moved to London to study law, the actress who embodied the quirky character, loved by Disney fans worldwide, is acting steadily once again. A performer since childhood, Keymáh studied theater, dance, voice, and pantomime in high school, then turned down a business scholarship to complete her studies at Florida A&M University with a degree in Theatre, co-oping at Florida State University to graduate, with honors, on time. After college, the Chicago native worked as a singer, dancer and actress, and won the title of Miss Black Illinois before placing 1st runner-up in the Miss Black America pageant. She moved to Los Angeles after wowing casting directors with her original performance piece, "In Black World..." in an open call for a pilot on a young television network.

That pilot turned out to be Fox's groundbreaking, internationally successful, Emmy and TV Land Award winning sketch comedy show In Living Color. The only female to star in all five seasons, Keymáh delivered hilarious, spot on impressions like those of Whoopi Goldberg and 'Edith Bunker,' created a slew of iconic characters like Hilda Headley (Hey Mon), and Shawanda Harvey (Go On Girl), and brought her own characters such as Cryssy (In Black World) and LaShawn to the show. On the heels of In Living Color, she went on to guest star on several live action and animated shows, and to star in five other series, playing: sexy contractor Scotti Decker on ABC's On Our Own; laid back television writer Denise Everett on Fox's The Show; a dozen lead and guest character voices on Damon Wayans's animated series Waynehead; flight attendant turned lawyer, turn pastry chef turned teacher Erica Lucas, on CBS's Cosby; and firm, fun, caring mom Tanya Baxter, on Disney's That's So Raven.

Wearing her hair naturally on television since her days on In Living Color, when doing so was rare, Keymáh has inspired a generation of women to follow her lead. In her popular coffee table book, Natural Woman / Natural Hair, the author lovingly demonstrates how to style African American natural hair and shares her experiences wearing her hair naturally on television. She is delighted that so many young women all over the world look to her as a natural hair icon. "What really gets me though, are the single and weekend dads and interracial families that my book has helped, and the older women that credit me with their natural hair conversions," Keymáh says.

After more than twenty years of constant work on stage, television and film, Keymáh's life changed direction completely when her grandmother became seriously ill. Throughout the run of That's So Raven, Keymáh was in charge of the care of the woman who raised her, who was then suffering from Alzheimer's disease. At the end of her final season on the show, the actress decided to take a break from performing to focus on her grandmother, and see her through her transition.

Not long ago, however, the multi-talented artist renewed her passion for her first love. Fans cheered her in a celebrity cameo with In Living Color co-star Tommy Davidson in SyFy's Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens, and watched her as Beverly in Candice Cain's college romantic comedy, What Happened Last Night? Keymáh now (2017) stars on Paul Reiser's new comedy There's...Johnny, a show that takes place in the early 1970's and is a behind the scenes look at The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. There's...Johnny will premiere on NBC's digital platform Seeso in August, 2017. On the show, she plays Roz, Johnny Carson's secretary and chief gatekeeper.

Alice Kremelberg

Alice Kremelberg is a New York born actress. She was born to Peter Kremelberg; a teacher and stained glass artist and Bernadette Ginley; a hearing impaired teacher and world traveler.

Alice found her love for the stage early while performing "The Nutcracker" annually at The Hofstra Playhouse under Balanchine's protege, Frank Ohman. During her time playing "Clara", alongside the New York City Ballet, she tapped into a fundamental passion she had for acting. That spark propelled her to seek out New York's finest acting classes, and soon thereafter was accepted into the esteemed Professional Performing Arts School. She has studied with renowned acting teachers such as Larry Moss and Tanya Berezin. Alice further immersed herself in her work, attending Fordham University and The Atlantic Theater Acting Conservatory, founded by David Mamet and William H. Macy.

In her early years, she landed a recurring role as "Young Olivia" on CBS's Guiding Light. She then played "Margaret", a member of Alec Bladwin's rambunctious family in the episode "Fighting Irish" of 30 Rock. She played "Julie" on Law and Order: SVU, "Lisa Donovan" in Fringe, "Alyson Duvitz" in Blue Bloods, "Jenny" in Nurse Jackie and "Reese" a recurring role on The Michael J. Fox Show. Alice had the great pleasure of working on 'The Taking of Pelham 123' with Denzel Washington and John Travolta. She fondly recalls the great director Tony Scott proclaiming to her to channel Marilyn in one of her more flirtatious scenes. Alice has seamlessly delved into independent film and television, widening her range and her work. She is a series regular on Sonja O'Hara's surreal drama 'Doomsday', playing Sorrel, the cult's tormented but beloved outcast. On stage, Alice originated the role of Reba in Ruby Rae Spiegel's critically acclaimed play "Dry Land" directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt. She has graciously taken on film, television and theater with great fervor.

Alice has had the honor of working with powerhouse talents: Austin Pendleton, Melissa McCarthy, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Alec Baldwin, Nathan Lane, Edie Falco, Laura Linney, Cynthia Nixon, Oliver Platt, Ray Liotta, Michael J. Fox, Debra Messing, Donnie Wahlberg, Joshua Jackson, John Noble, Geoffrey Arend, Vincent Karthieser, Anna Torv and Amy Carlson, among so many other incredible artists.

In addition to acting, she is inspired by vast expressions of art including music, dance, globe-trotting and photography. Alice will not often pass up an opportunity to see the world. It is her constant curiosity and imagination that adds to her character and herself as an artist.

Tanya Wright

Tanya recurs in the role of "Deputy Kenya Jones" on the HBO series True Blood; she will next appear in Why Stop Now, starring Jesse Eisenberg and Academy-Award winner Melissa Leo.

Prior to True Blood, Tanya gained momentum on the small screen by commanding attention with her chameleon-like ability to "absorb" roles. After a summer participating in the prestigious Williamstown Theatre Festival, Tanya quickly became familiar face to weekly television audiences on various critically acclaimed television shows.

But writing was Tanya Wright's first passion-an English major Vassar College, Tanya took a post-college position at The New York Times Magazine. Tanya just completed her directorial debut from her screenplay, Butterfly Rising.

Butterfly Rising is the only transmedia project on the independent film festival circuit written, directed, produced and starring and African-American woman.

The music score for Butterfly Rising was recently named a finalist in the 2011 Jerry Goldsmith Music Film Festival Awards. Butterfly Rising is also a finalist for the HBO Best Feature Film award at the Martha's Vineyard African-American Film Festival.

Wright's "A Turn to Grace," a script set against the Harlem Renaissance, was a semi-finalist in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' annual Nicholl's Screenwriting Competition. Likewise, the Mark Taper Forum's Blacksmyth's Playwriting Program accepted and performed her "Prelude to a Revolution." Tanya recently wrote and produced a Shakespearean-themed AIDS Public Service using African -American film and television talent and wrote/directed a four-part commercial campaign for Genesis Press, the oldest and largest publisher of African-American adult fiction romance. She is the creator of several screenplays, TV shows and plays.

A native of the Bronx, New York, Wright, grew up with her mother who was 15 years of age when she gave birth to the first of four children. While her mother earned graduate degrees and became a healthcare professional, she and her younger sister received scholarships to the George School in Newtown, Pennsylvania-- a Quaker boarding school.

Wright is diligent about maintaining both physical and spiritual balance in her life. She includes in her weekly routine, time for exercise, dance and yoga, social get-togethers, and lending support to mentoring projects for young girls and the Mkapa Foundation-- an organization founded by the former President of Tanzania, Benjamin Mkapa-- that serves the health needs of rural Tanzanians. She also enjoys playing fetch with her 8 year old Black Lab, Macarena. She speaks at colleges, universities and corporations on topics ranging from artists and entrepreneurship, New Media and her experiences in Hollywood as an actor/writer/director.

Nakia Burrise

Actress, singer, dancer, writer, model...When you take a look at Nakia's career, it becomes crystal clear that she is a triple threat and entertainment is her passion! Growing up in Stockton, CA, Nakia was introduced to musical theater and performance in elementary school. She began performing acrobatics by the age of five and later ventured into theater, musical theater, dancing, singing, and modeling. While attending Edison High School in Stockton, California, Nakia auditioned for UCLA's prestigious theater department. She was the only African American female freshman accepted into the theater department that year. By the time she was a junior at UCLA, her professional career had begun. She booked her first role as a series regular on Power Rangers, as Tanya Sloan, the yellow ranger; while simultaneously recording her first pop album with her singing group, Divine. After Power Rangers, Nakia took a break from acting full time to begin a family. But, shortly thereafter, she was diagnosed with a lung disease that again took her away from acting. In 2008, Nakia was blessed with a clean bill of health (as her illness was now in remission) and she once again pursued her dream of acting. She has played an array of characters in such shows and movies as Baby Daddy, The Mindy Project, Murder in the First, Angie Tribeca, Kevin From Work, Hart of Dixie (recurring), Star Trek Continues, New Girl, About a Boy, The Perfect Boyfriend, 90210, The Middle, Rules Of Engagement, Melissa and Joey, Bones, Samantha Who, Boston Legal, Nash Bridges, Moesha... She is currently working as a series regular on an internet series for Mattel, "Barbie's Life in the Dreamhouse," in the role of Nikki. She has also begun production as the producer, creator, and lead on a comedy web series, "Class Dismissed." Along with her television and web series credits, she has appeared in numerous films, national commercials, musicals, and print ads. Her will to overcome life's obstacles are incessant. But, her desires do not begin and end with performing. She is determined to reach where it counts the most, the children. In 2006, Nakia, founded a non-profit corporation, "A Day in the Life". The corporation's mission is to reach inner city children by giving them the opportunity to explore various careers and life options through field trips, presentations, and field work; opportunities that are not readily accessible to many inner city youths. Also in 2006 Nakia began producing her own projects. She co-wrote the comedy pilot, A Day in the Life with good friend Sonya Shepherd. The project had great reviews. In 2009, she wrote, produced and starred in ,Crazy Daze, comedy series. Crazy Daze, centered around Nikela and her dysfunctional group of friends as they navigate through the perils of life...and Nikela seeking guidance, but finds her answers come from ironic sources...her students! The series received honorable mention in various TV/ film festivals. Nakia takes great pride, passion, and joy producing, writing, and starring in her dynamic comedy web series, Class Dismissed, which is currently in production. Nakia enlisted the writing skills of her dear friend, Thomas Lazare, to bring her vision to life. Class Dismissed is a hilarious new comedy web series centered around three grade school friends... Liz, the sassy TV extra turned teacher's aide, Anne, the easy going, free spirited first grade teacher who, uses yoga and ti chi to teach her students Math and English, and BJ, the loud-mouthed PE teacher/failed comedian. After years apart, these laughable characters find themselves reunited at Duke Ellington Academy...and what happens in the teachers lounge, stays in the teachers lounge!

"Everything is possible for him who believes.." Mark 9:23

Danielle Walters

Danielle Isaie is as beautiful as she is talented. Her career blossomed at a young age after being spotted by a children's agent at the renowned drama school Anna Schear. Danielle was quickly invited to play Rochelle in the children's program "The Crust" on BBC1, Candice in "Sugar Rush", a popular show on Channel 4, and Tanya in a BBC2's Drama "If.. Drugs Were Legal". To support her passion and drive for her career Danielle decided to enhance her talents by training at London's The Poor School.

Right after graduation, Danielle landed a stand out role in the UK's popular favorite "The Bill" as the small time drug dealer Jade Morris, and Cherice in the award winning BBC 3 comedy, "Gavin and Stacey". Danielle's career quickly flourished with ITV showcasing her first film "Caught in a Trap", playing the feisty Felicia. Audiences fell in love with Danielle's performance and her fan base quickly grew. Danielle was snapped up to be a series regular in the popular children's BBC 1 show "The Legend of Dick and Dom". Danielle soon moved into the world of commercials staring in a Burger King advert, and shined in a role for the high rating medical drama on BBC1, "Casualty". Most recently Danielle heated up the screens playing a sexy fashion student in the up-to-date comedy "Off the Hook" for BBC 3.

Bobby Deol

Bobby Deol (Vijay Singh Deol) is the second son of Bollywood mega-star Dharmendra. His older brother is another Bollywood mega-star, Sunny Deol. Deol began his career as a child artiste in the movie Dharam Veer, playing a young Dharmendra.

He has two step-sisters, namely Bollywood actress Esha Deol and Ahana Deol. His step-mother is the Bollywood "Dreamgirl" Hema Malini. Bobby Deol married Tanya Ahuja and has been blessed with two sons. The second son was born on November 5, 2004 at 5:00 am, and is named "Dharam" after his grandpa. The elder son is named Aryaman.

Tanya Allen

Tanya Allen was born in Toronto in 1975. She developed a love of acting young and at fifteen attended the prestigious American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City. She launched her professional acting career in her late teens, and spent several years guest-starring on such series as "the Outer Limits" and "Kung Fu: The Legend Continues" before landing leading roles roles in several TV movies. She received Gemini Award nominations (the Canadian equivalent of the Emmys) for playing both period heroine Del Jordan in the adaptation of Alice Monroe's Lives of Girls & Women and punky rock singer Astrid Kirsh in Bruce Macdonald's Platinum. Her career then headed to England when she landed the title role in the CBC/BBC historical drama Lyddie, followed by a lead in the CBC comedy "Newsroom, The" (1996). Her critically acclaimed performance as the rebelliously intelligent intern Audrey in the hit series won her a Gemini Award. Later that year, she traveled to Scotland to film the British-Canadian First World War drama Behind the Lines. Over the next five years, Tanya lived in New York and acted almost exclusively in independent films such as Clutch with Tom Green, Wish You Were Dead ( playing Mary Steenburgen's coked-up daughter) and Fancy Dancing with Dave Foley and Jason Priestly. She jumped back into television for the British-Canadian science fiction series"Starhunter" (2001)_ . Her role as the emotionally stunted but brilliant 'space waif', Percy Montana, made her a firm favorite with SF fans all over the world.

Tanya Chisholm

Tanya Chisholm is blossoming into one of the most sought after young talents in Hollywood.

The actress currently stars as "Kelly Wainwright" on Nickelodeon's hit "boy band" series Big Time Rush.

Before hitting the "big time", Tanya's gift to tell interesting and compelling stories earned her the recurring role of Nancy Cooper on the CW's Veronica Mars as well as memorable guest spots on shows like CBS' Ghost Whisperer, CBS' Cold Case, and Disney Channel's Cory in the House.

Tanya also garnered legions of fans when she shared the screen with Zac Ephron, Vanessa Hudgens and Ashley Tisdale as the main Sharpette "Jackie" in the monster hit Disney Channel original movie High School Musical 2. Other TV movie roles include playing Marcie in MGM's Legally Blondes - the third installment of the popular film series, which aired on Disney Channel and ABC Family.

A native of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Tanya graduated from the prestigious UCLA School of Theater, Film, and Television. With brains, beauty and outstanding ability, Tanya received the coveted Regent's Scholarship for Academic Achievement as well as the esteemed John and Faith Surabian Award for Musical Theater.

Tanya continues to live in Los Angeles. When not working, she enjoys mentoring young people, volunteering, yoga, hiking, ballet and spending time with friends and family.

Cathy Cavadini

Catherine Cavadini, aka Cathy Cavadini, is an actress, singer, and voice artist perhaps best known as the voice of Blossom in Cartoon Network's The Powerpuff Girls. Fans also know her as the voice of Glitter in Kidd Video, Clash in Jem, and Tanya Mousekewitz in the movie An American Tail: Fievel Goes West. During her long and prolific career, Catherine's voice has been featured in over a hundred radio & television commercials, and in over a thousand films, television movies, and series.

Various animated film credits include The Powerpuff Girls Movie as Blossom, Babes in Toyland as Mary, Sky Blue as Jay, Young Shua, and Cheyenne, Batman: Dark Knight Returns as Carol Ferris, Joannie, and Woman with hot dog, Scooby-Doo Legend of the Phantosaur as Faith, My Little Ponies as North Star, and Pound Puppies: Legend of Big Paw as Collette and her newborn puppies. Also, she has performed guest roles in numerous animated series. Some of Catherine's recent guest roles are Doc McStuffins (Dart), The Cleveland Show (Siri), Batman: The Brave and the Bold (Alanna Strange, Jan, Ruby Ryder, Dr. Myrrha Rhodes), Ben 10 (Cooper), and Teen Titans (Alien Woman/Cironelian Chrysalis Eater). Catherine also originated the series regular roles of Jennifer Jane Parker in Back to the Future, Tanya and Baby Yasha in Fievel's American Tails, and Mom, Terri, and Mrs. Weebles in season 1 of What's with Andy.

In the gaming world, she has voiced the roles of Car'l, Twyla, and Candle Maiden in Broken Age, Mechari Female in Wildstar, Kara in White Knight Chronicles 1 and 2, Felicia in War Hammer, Griffin's Mom, Dr. Hoffstader, and Assassin in Jumper, Valla the Witch of the Tundra, Bolvangar Nurse, and Tartar Leopard in The Golden Compass, Norma Jean in the Happy Feet Interactive Game, Sadie in Gun, and a variety of roles in Final Fantasy X, XIII, and XIII-2.

In addition to her animation and game voice work, Catherine has done ADR (automated dialogue replacement) in innumerable movies and television series. Recently, Catherine has performed additional voices in Guardians of the Galaxy, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Transformers: Age of Extinction, Hercules, Jersey Boys, The Lego Movie, Twelve Years a Slave, Red 2, The Great Gatsby, and Rise of the Guardians. Listed under the umbrella of "additional voices" are: Pacific Rim (voice of one of the P.A. announcers in the Shatterdome), Now You See Me (reporter voice), Happy Feet Two (emperor penguin voice), How I Met Your Mother (southern teenage mommy), Sleepy Hollow (voice of woman on phone from Oxford College), Fun Size (voice of 911 Operator in the scene with Johnny Knoxville), and Bridge to Terabithia (voice of Judy Burke).

Throughout her career, Catherine has been honored by and nominated for a number of awards. In 2003, Catherine was recognized with an Epic Award from the White House Project for promoting positive images of women's leadership through her work in the film The Powerpuff Girls Movie. In 1998, she was nominated for an Annie Award for "Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Female Performer in an Animated Feature Production" for performing the voice and singing for the role of Mary in the animated movie Babes in Toyland. She also sang "Dreams to Dream" as the character Tanya in the animated movie An American Tail: Fievel Goes West, which was nominated for Best Song at the 1992 Golden Globe Awards. In addition, she has received 2 Emmy Award Certificates for contributing to Outstanding Sound on the television series X-Files.

Tanya Blount

Tanya Blount is originally from Maryland.After graduating from high school, she attended Morgan State University, where she majored in psychology. She toured with the MSU choir and even sang for Stevie Wonder in California. She released her first CD Natural Thing which topped the Billboard Music charts at #20. SHe later went on to star in the blockbuster hit Sister Act 2 featuring Whoopi Goldberg. She is best known for her duet singing His Eyes on the Sparrow with Lauryn Hill. Tanya is songwriter as well and most recently wrote for Tyler Perry's -Family that Preys's

Aneliese Roettger

Aneliese Roettger was born on March 29, 1984 at Yale Hospital in New Haven, Connecticut. Her father was an engineer. Her mother owned a travel agency and later became a secretary for the church.

Aneliese Roettger got her start in the industry working in a few indie flicks in Phoenix. Her first lead role was that of victim Madison Miller in The Virgin Murders. And then she laughed all the way to the bank as Jill in At Best Derivative. And then she played a crazy and spontaneous ex-girlfriend named Tanya in References.

Aneliese Roettger moved to Los Angeles and was soon cast as Claire, the naughty little hotel girl in Fear of Flying (2010). She then had 6 pictures in Maxim and was offered the role of Stripper #1 in The Bannen Way. This led to her getting the part of Lyric the wild and free sorority girl in Paul Sapiano's Hollywood Sex Wars (2011). She then played angry princess Annabelle in Paranormal Whacktivity (2013). Most recently she worked as Penelope, India Eisley's rival in Adolescence (2017).

Aneliese Roettger has also worked in television. She worked in Romania for Cinemax's Life On Top in which she played the youngest model on the show, Kendra. As far as TV work goes, she is best known for her appearance as Beautiful Woman on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (2010), however, Aneliese Roettger is sticking to feature films from now on.

Bill Frost

Bill Frost was born as an identical twin on May 24th, 1976 in Virginia. He and his identical twin were adopted by their Aunt when they were just weeks old and raised in Nashville, TN. His family had already been working in the entertainment industry when Bill was born. His adoptive father owned a Tour Bus Company in Nashville where he employed luxury bus drivers that toured with bands and artists such as The Temptations, Prince, Alabama, Rick James, Stevie Nicks, Tanya Tucker, Charlie Daniels, and many other great musical artists.

In 1980, at the age of four (4) years old, Bill began training in Chinese Martial Arts (Shaolin Kung Fu/Wushu/Wing Chun) under Grand Master Rusty Gray of Nashville, TN. He spent almost every day at the school training after school hours and enjoyed traveling to Lexington, KY and Chicago, IL whenever he could to further his training with other great teachers to include John C. Y. Tsai, John Wing Loc Ng, and John Dufresne. Bill has been training in these Martial Arts systems ever since.

While in Junior High, Bill attended Apollo and was accepted into the Scholars (Honors) Program. While attending this school Bill was able to earn several High School credits and even won a state-wide competition for a seat to attend the United States Space Academy in Huntsville, AL. Bill spent the summer of his 8th grade at the Space Academy and even won the position of Flight Director for the simulated mission to space. He was very happy to have earned his "wings" and still possesses the original flight suit he used while attending. Bill was also a member of the Nashville Boy's Club Choir for several years.

Bill met a professional magician by the name of Gary Thomas while in Junior High. Gary Thomas attended the same martial arts school that Bill did and the two would come to an agreement. Bill would train Gary privately in martial arts and Gary would teach Bill all the magic skills and tricks he knew. It was a deal that eventually led the two to create "The Magic and Martial Arts Show"; a kid show that they performed around the Nashville area. Bill has been practicing the art of magic ever since.

Bill attended Antioch High School in Nashville, TN and continued in the Scholars Program with advanced classes. While in high school Bill began getting involved with acting, debate, improv and student congress. He won several debate and improv competitions around the state and eventually earned a Degree of Excellence from the National Forensics League. Bill was also awarded two Outstanding Speaker Award plaques for his seats at both the Student House and Student Senate chambers at the Nashville Capital building.

In 1993 Bill Frost was accepted to become a foreign exchange student to Hong Kong, China for the school year. He was fortunate to have had this amazing opportunity in which he was able to learn about the Chinese culture, train more in Chinese Martial Arts, participate in Chinese sports and recreational activities and become involved in various other forms of activities he could have only experienced while in China.

Bill returned from China later in 1993 and began to train heavily in Chinese Mixed Martial Arts (San Shou). He eventually won a spot on a competition team and went on to win two (2) East Regional Full Contact Championships, a Gold Medal and a Silver Medal for a National Level Competition.

Graduation from Antioch High School came in 1995 for Bill Frost. Bill graduated with an Honors Diploma, a Soccer award for best defensive player and several awards for academics to include a Presidential Academic Achievement Award. Leaving high school, he decided to enlist into the United States Marine Corps as an Infantryman. Bill left for Parris Island boot camp a short time after graduating.

Bill spent a total of about ten (10) years in the United States Marine Corps. He served in billets such as Infantry Leader, Training Chief, Hand to Hand Combat Instructor, Formal School Platform Instructor, Combat Instructor and Special Event Narrator from the years of 1995 to 2005. He served with 3/2 Lima Company, 2nd Marine Regiment and the School of Infantry. Bill ended his active service with an Honorable Discharge and several awards for achievement. Bill has also served 5 years in Law Enforcement as a Police Officer in North Carolina where he worked for the Jacksonville Police Department and the Surf City Police Department.

In Fall of 2005 Bill was hired as a Marine Corps Contractor by Cubic Defense, Inc. He was hired as the Lead Military Simulations Analyst for the School of Infantry on board Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune (New River). Bill has worked here ever since and continues to help train Marines at the school today.

Not only did Bill get hired as a contractor in 2005 but he also started his own corporation that is still in business today. Under the corporation, Bill opened up his Martial Arts School (United Martial Arts - www.frostwushu.com) and his entertainment service business Frost Magic Productions (www.frostmagic.com). Bill earned a certification as a Master Herbalist through an online school and offers private consultations to clients as well. The businesses are still running today.

Bill began his acting career around 2012 when he was signed up under the talent agent Beverly Brock of The Brock Agency. Bill's life experiences, training and talents have been crucial in Bill's success in every part of his life. Bill has landed numerous lead film roles and continues to build a great resume. Bill has not only been hired for his acting talents but also for his fight choreography skills. Be sure to visit his IMDB page at http://www.imdb.com/name/nm5468398/.

Today Bill Frost continues to work hard in the film business. He has written and produced a film of his own and is working on writing more. Bill's passion is to be the absolute best that he can be at whatever he sets his mind to do. His past accomplishments and experiences has truly made him a very unique individual which sets him apart from many others. All he needs is the right door to open and the right people to work with.

Lauren Lopez

Lauren Lopez is an American actress, singer, dancer and writer.

She is best known for her musical theatre work with Chicago's StarKid Productions, as well as producing and acting in numerous plays throughout Chicago. With StarKid she is best known for her portrayals of Draco ("A Very Potter Musical", "A Very Potter Sequel", "A Very Potter Senior Year"), Taz and Buggette (Starship) and Commissioner Gordon (Holy Musical, Batman!). Lauren was also a part of StarKid's early web series "Little White Lie" in which she played mean girl Tanya Freemont. All StarKid productions are available at www.youtube.com/starkidpotter

Lauren recently starred in "The Last Days of Judas Iscariot" in Chicago, in which she played St Monica and Mother Theresa.

Lauren is represented by Big Mouth Talent in Chicago, IL

Esha Deol

Fluent in English, Hindi and Tamil, Scorpion Esha was born on November 2, 1982 to Hema 'Dreamgirl' Malini, and Dharmendra 'He-Man' Deol. She has a younger sister, Ahana, and two step-brothers, Sunny and Bobby, both well-known Bollywood super-stars in their own rights. Bobby is married to Tanya Ahuja, and has a child.

Esha studied in the Jamnabai Narsee School, excelled at football, then went on to attend Oxford University and obtained a Masters Degree in Media Arts and Computer Technology. She also learned classical dance forms from her mom, the daughter of Jaya Chakraborty.

Having Bollywood connections, she did aspire to be an actress and follow in the footsteps of her parents and half-siblings, and landed a lead role in 'Koi Mere Dil Se Pooche' in 2002.

She delivered her very first hit with 'Dhoom' in 2004 and went on to another hit after hit in 'Kaal' 'No Entry', and 'Dus'. She demonstrated her versatility when she accepted a negative character-role in 'Ankaee' in 2006. She has also acted in a Tamil movie 'Aiyatha Ezhuthu'.

Amongst her friends at Bollywood are Kareena Kapoor and Abhishek Bachchan. She likes to work out and listen to music.

She will shortly be seen in Just Married, and has started filming in the following movies; Cash, Darling, and Honeymoon.

Tanya James

Tall (5'11"), buxom, and shapely blonde bombshell Tanya James was born on October 27, 1983 in Riverside, California. James first became involved in the adult film industry after meeting porn actor Tony Pounds at a party. Among the various companies Tanya has appeared in X-rated features for are Metro, Sin City, Wicked Pictures, Zero Tolerance (she signed an exclusive with this particular company in 2008), Anabolic Video, Pure Play Media, and Juicy Entertainment. Moreover, James has not only worked for such adult websites as Brazzers, Hustler, Penthouse, Nerd Pass, Reality Kings, and Naughty America, but also runs her own official website.

Rachel Ann Mullins

Rachel has appeared in various TV shows such as 'Happy Endings' and "The League." She has also appeared in several feature films like 'Rampart', 'Neighbors' and "The Entourage Movie'. She studied fashion merchandising at McKinnely. Due to her passion for fashion brought on by her modeling career that began when she was 12 years old. Working as an international model made for a busy schedule, Rachel has worked in Tokyo, Paris, Milan, London and Rome. Merging her fashion and entertainment skills only seemed natural to her. Rachel lives in Los Angeles where she wears many hats as an actress, model and businesswoman. Her most recent TV appearance was on Blunt Talk starring Patrick Stewart. Rachel is lending her sexy brand of comedy to the season 2 premiere of the Showtime hit. In addition to her film and television work Rachel is currently directing a documentary called, You Slut. A social issue documentary focusing on the harm slut shaming does on societies across the world, is Rachel's directorial debut. In her free time Rachel enjoys outdoor activities. She hikes and goes kayaking on a weekly basis. Rachel is an avid designer. Heart Me is her collection of ladies bags that she designs and are sold in stores in California and online. iCarly star Jennette McCurdy as well as Big Time Rush star Tanya Chisholm have been spotted carrying her bags.

Sara West

Sara is a Sydney based Actor and Writer who has worked with some of Australia's leading theatre and television companies. Her credits include Belvoir Theatres London tour of The Wild Duck (dir: Simon Stone), Malthouse Theatre/Griffin Theatre Companys Ugly Mugs (dir: Marion Potts), Sydney Theatre Companys Travelling North (dir: Andrew Upton), Griffin Theatre Companys Dreams in White (dir: Tanya Goldberg) and Belvoir Theatres Babyteeth (dir: Eamon Flack). Nick Matthews One Eyed Girl will make Saras feature film debut followed shortly by Simon Stones The Daughter. She was the recipient of a Best Emerging Filmmaker Award at the SASAs for her own short film River Water and is a soon to be published playwright as the winner of the 2014 ATYP Foundation Commission for her children's play - The Trolleys. For television Sara has worked on ABCs Anzac Girls and Network 7s Winter along side Rebecca Gibney - in early 2015 Sara is playing Liza Minnelli in Shine Australias TV biopic - Peter Allen, not the boy next door.

Kelly Price

Kelly Price was born in Wigan, Lancashire. She joined the National Youth Choir at the age 17 and performed most notably at the Royal Albert Hall in Karl Jenkin's Millennium Mass For Peace. Her love of music and performance led her to London to train in Musical Theatre at Mountview Academy Of Theatre Arts, where she won the award for excellence in acting. She landed her first leading role in London's West End during her final year of training and has continued to work extensively in theatre since. She has appeared as Sarah Brown alongside Ewan McGregor, Jane Krakowski & Patrick Swayze in Michael Grandage's 'Guys And Dolls'. In 2009 she appeared as journalist Ellen alongside Kiera Knightly & Damien Lewis in 'The Misanthrope' and was nominated for a prestigious Olivier Award for her role as Countess Charlotte Malcolm in Trevor Nunn's 'A Little Night Music'. She also loves to work at the Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre, it being close to her home town and her early source of inspiration . She was nominated for the Manchester Theatre Award for her role in Victoria Wood's 'That Day We Sang'. Other roles on stage include Roxie Hart in 'Chicago', Dolly in 'One Man Two Guvnors', Audrey in 'Little Shop Of Horrors' and many more.

2008 was Kelly's debut feature film appearance in A Bunch Of Amateurs, getting up close and personal with Hollywood legend, Burt Reynolds. She played Tanya, Massage Therapist & Personal Trainer to Burt's Hollywood movie star, Jefferson Steel. The film was chosen by the Queen for the Annual Royal Film Performance and featured a stellar ensemble cast of actors including Amelda Staunton, Sir Derek Jacobi & Samantha Bond.

She has subsequently appeared in guest leading roles in television shows such as Midsomer Murders, Endeavour, Hollyoaks, Doctors and Waterloo Rd.

In 2015 Kelly met film maker, Ritesh Batra post-performance whilst she was appearing in a play at the Sam Wanamaker, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. She was such fan of his beautiful film, 'The Lunchbox' that she was thrilled when he offered her a small role in his upcoming feature film, 'The Sense Of An Ending'. During this time, she was also fortunate to connect with Mike Leigh, whose work she has forever admired and adored. 2016 will see the reprise of her performance in 'All The Angels' at the Sam Wanamaker. She plays Susannah Cibber, who was a celebrated English singer and actress; the sister of the composer Thomas Arne and muse of composer Handel during his creation of Messiah.

She resides in London Bridge.

Tanya Bevan

Tanya is a Canadian actress born in Windsor, Ontario Canada, now residing in Toronto. She attended the Walkerville Centre for the Creative Arts where she majored in acting, dancing and singing. Her enthusiasm for acting began in theatre but her love of performing is now in film and TV. She is best known for her role as Vanessa in the TV series Good Witch , and Sam in the feature film Ashes.

Robin Coleman

Hailing from Friendswood, a suburb of Houston, Robin Coleman has made a Texas sized impact on the sports and entertainment worlds... You can't have been born that close to petrochemicals and not be a little bionic...

Robin describes herself as 'part Anna Nicole, part Anna Kournikova, and part Queen Latifah'. She explains this as a tall voluptuous blonde athlete who's ridden a 3rd place finish in a world sporting event for all it was worth, while maintaining an intelligent, cynical, and comedic view of the world... and the ability to rhyme, on occasion.

Robin is an actress and athlete, and has worked to combine the two in her profession. In November 2007, she was selected as one of twelve new American Gladiators; a revival of the classic MGM sports classic that landed as a splash hit on prime time NBC in Jan 2008. Using her comedy background and creativity to create Hellga, her uber Nordic Knockout persona, she rocketed to popularity, quickly becoming an easily recognized fan favorite and a part of pop culture. It ain't easy fighting crime in a skirt, but someone has to do it.

Additionally in television, Robin has worked on various scripted shows, playing roles like Polaris on VIP and Tanya on Days of Our Lives. She has also appeared as herself on many reality, talk, and variety shows, including the Carson Daly show, Deal or No Deal, Tabitha's Takeover, and Star Dates, where she went out with Screetch from the 90s show Saved By the Bell. Her first love is comedy, and that very public date proved it.

Robin's work to become a comedic actress is why the call she received in 2008 was so truly exciting - to become part of the Tyler Perry comedy franchise! Madea Goes to Jail is Robin's first feature film (she had previously done several independent / student type films that you've neither heard of nor seen). A big fan of Madea's comedy and positive messages, it was the experience of a lifetime to work with Tyler and the cast and crew in Atlanta this past summer, no matter how much Madea might have roughed her up in the joint. Hallelujer!

While she's been in Los Angeles, Robin has educated herself in many disciplines: she studied method acting at the Baron Brown Institute and Improv comedy at the Groundlings School. She has also trained in pro wrestling, boxing, rowing, and mixed martial arts. Regardless of how this might sound, she swears that she's friendly.

As an athlete, Robin has competed as a bodybuilder, figure competitor, rower, and as a strongwoman the inaugural World's Strongest Woman competition. Robin was one of 8 hand-selected women to compete in this prestigious competition. She placed 3rd in the contest, which became her calling card - because in Los Angeles, the world of size 0, a big 6' girl who can squat a car (and make you laugh) tends to stand out!

Robin Coleman. Larger than Life. Actress, Athlete, American Gladiator.

Pia Miranda

Pia Miranda is an Australian actor who got her start with the popular soap "Neighbours". It's only been recently that larger roles, such as Tanya in "Garage Days" and Leanne in "Travelling Light" have come her way. Pia's role in Looking for Alibrandi inspired many young girls and gave an insight into today's life as an adolescent.

Bryce Clyde Jenkins

Bryce Clyde Jenkins moved from New Orleans to Los Angeles with his family in 2003 when he was just three years old so Bryce's father could pursue his acting career. At that time, it was unforeseen that Bryce would soon be following in his father's footsteps.

In 2008, Bryce landed a lead in the short film, "My Homework Ate My Dog," and since that time, has landed roles in feature films such as "Easy A" and "The To-Do-List." Bryce has also appeared on various TV shows such as "CSI Miami," "Outlaw," "The Mentalist," and Hallmark TV movies, "Have A Little Faith" and "The Watsons Go To Birmingham."

In "The Watsons Go To Birmingham," Bryce plays 11 year old Kenny Watson, from whose perspective the story of the historically factual 1963 Birmingham church bombings is told.

Under further guidance from Director Leon, Bryce's greatest accomplishment thus far has been his recent role as Travis Younger in Broadway's A Raisin in the Sun, where Bryce at 13 years old made his Broadway debut performing opposite such greats as Denzel Washington, LaTanya Richardson Jackson and Sophie Okonedo.

When he ran for Student Council President of his elementary school, he won hands down. To top off his last year in elementary school, Bryce earned the President's Gold Award for Educational Excellence, receiving the Outstanding Academic Excellence Award.

Bryce loves basketball, swimming and playing video games with his friends.

Tanya Memme

Tanya Memme has become the nations "Lifestyle and Home Staging Sweetheart". She is an award-winning actress, a former Miss World Canada and the Host/Producer of the Emmy-nominated TV Show, Sell This House and Sell This House: Extreme on A&E. Born and raised in Wainfleet, Ontario, Canada, with a strong Italian Catholic background and a childhood, where she grew up on a 200-acre sod farm. Her father, Frank Memme, is a homebuilder and her mother, Beverley Barber, is a fine artist and teaches at Niagara College in Ontario Canada. Her two brothers, Michael Memme and Jeremy Memme, are both successful engineers. Tanya is a proud new mother of a baby girl named Ava and lives in Los Angeles.

Some of her past credits include "Move This House" for two seasons on A&E, three seasons of TLC's Robotica, alongside Ahmet Zappa, as well as LA's highest-rated magazine show, Eye On LA, on KABC and 9 On The Town on KCBS. Additionally, she wrote, produced and hosted segments for KCBS's Fan Cam with Jim Hill, and was seen in over 12 million homes world-wide on DirectTV Customer News. As a journalist, Tanya was the international correspondent for Canada's number one entertainment news program, Entertainment Tonight Canada, on Global TV. She covered events such as the Emmys, the Golden Globes, the People's Choice Awards, the SAG Awards and various other high profile movie premieres and red carpet events in NYC, Los Angeles and Toronto. She has interviewed stars such as Jennifer Aniston, John Travolta, Hugh Jackman, Shirley McLain, Mary J Blige, Dave Navarro, Tommy Lee and many more. She also spent time in Cambodia reporting for the non-profit organization World Vision Canada, on the severity of child labor & child trafficking. Alongside Alex Trebek her segments air on Global TV across Canada. As a guest-host Tanya has appeared on a variety of TV shows, including: Hollywood 411 with Chris Harrison for the TV GUIDE Channel; Reality Remix on Fox Reality; Live on the Red Carpet for Warner Brothers/ Telepictures and CBS's Grammy Special which received an Emmy Nomination. She recently filmed Best Vacations in Los Cabos, Mexico with Hunter Ellis for KTLA's Prime Time Special. As a celebrity guest, Tanya has been interviewed on many talk shows, including: The View, Soap Talk, Life and Style, The View From The Bay, The Vikki Gabereau Show, Fanny Kiefer, Global TV, Much Music, Breakfast TV, Off The Record and The Mike Bullard Show and has graced the inside and the cover of a variety of magazines such as Style Magazine, In Touch, TV Guide, Womans World, Biography Magazine, Psychology Today, Parade, Life Magazine and VU Magazine to name a few. With a degree from the prestigious American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City, Tanya is also a trained actress and performer. She has starred in hit shows such as The Practice, JAG, CSI Miami, Saturday Night Live, The Young and the Restless and various independent films. Cast in the lead role in the movie Terror Inside, she won a "Best Actress Crystal Reel Award" from the Florida Motion Picture & Television Association and was awarded a prestigious "CIBA Award" by the Canadian Italian Business Association for her accomplishments and notoriety in Entertainment and Business. She was also the Key Note Speaker for the Niagara College graduating class of 2010 and received an Honorary Diploma in Broadcasting Radio Television & Film. Tanya is actively involved in helping build wells, homes and communities in Guatemala for the non profit organization Wells Of Hope and Miracles In Action. As an animal advocate she rescues animals from kill shelters and finds them a new home. She also enjoys giving motivational and inspirational speeches to parents and teens. Tanya has a distinct athletic daredevil side to her. From dirt biking and helicopter skiing to stunt car driving, she has an innate interest for living on the edge. Tanya has also cycled in a 420-mile bike ride from Montreal, Quebec to Portland, Maine to raise funds for AIDS.

Sade Kimora Young

Sade Kimora Young was born and raised in Southern California. The talented biracial beauty is a child actress/model on the rise. She was named after the iconic Nigerian 1980's sultry and soul inspired singer Sade. She first graced the big screen in 2015, where she portrayed the role of "Young Sheila" in the box office film "Sister Code". The ten year old starlet is now awaiting the release of her latest feature films Illicit, Unabridged, and Within the Dark. She has continued to keep busy in 2016, with television bookings that include her role as "Trooper Sade" on the new PBS family TV series "Mack and Moxy" now airing. And most recently wrapped a week of filming the role of "Tanya" on TV Lands Comedy Series "Teachers" set to air next spring.

She began her modeling career at LA's top modeling agency FORD Models at just three years of age. She has appeared in numerous national & global print, billboard, and online ads for various clients including NIKE, GUESS, H&M, Abercrombie & Fitch, Barbie, Ralph Lauren, and more. Soon after, she began appearing in national toy, retail, and car commercials for clients such as McDonalds, Disney, X-Box, Sea World, Volkswagen, The American Red Cross and Band-Aid.

By age six, Sade grabbed the attention of top producer Ryan Murphy. She was cast in two of Murphy's hit television shows. NBC's "The New Normal" & FX's "American Horror Story", where she had the opportunity to star opposite legendary actress Jessica Lange. The mini actress has also shared the small screen with great talents such as Haley Joel Osment, Keegan-Michael Key, Heidi Klum, Richard T. Jones, David Ramsey, Jakee Harris, Scott Baio, and more.

Her motivation & success in the entertainment industry is partly attributed to maintaining a healthy balance in life. Making time for her other passions that include competitive fast-pitch softball, gymnastics, and hip-hop dance have been key. Sade also enjoys reading, singing, going to amusement parks, spending quality time with her family & friends, and hopes to one day play collegiate softball.

Jillian Chiappone

Jillian Anne Chiappone is an American comedic, dramatic and commercial actress, stand up comedian, model and writer. Jillian grew up outside of Buffalo, NY. Jillian is of Italian, Russian and Cherokee descent. Some of Jillian's work includes Tanya Hartman on Investigation Discovery Networks, The Truth Is Stranger Than Florida; Melinda Barry on TV series, Justice with Judge Mablean on Justice Central; Melinda on the AWE TV Series Selling Yachts.

Vanessa Blue

Extremely busty and shapely African-American stunner Vanessa Blue was born Tanya M. Faulkner on May 27, 1974, in Long Beach, California. She was raised in Beaumont, Texas, and Omaha, Nebraska. She was an only child until age 15 and at 23 lost her virginity to a 23-year-old phlebotomist.

She started out in the adult industry as a bikini dancer at the The Fun House Club in Orange County, Nebraska. She subsequently went on to become a nude dancer at the club Shakers in Nebraska and befriended porn starlet Kitten, who convinced her to go to California and pursue a career in explicit hardcore fare. Vanessa made her porn debut in Black Snatch. Her second hardcore film appearance was in a picture with porn actor/producer Ed Powers. After working in hardcore features for about a year, Blue took a three-year hiatus and moved back to Nebraska to be with her family. She returned to the adult entertainment industry full force in 2000.

Vanessa has the distinction of being the only African-American to hold contracts with both Playboy and Hustler. Moreover, she worked for Mercenary Pictures for several years and even directed several films for them. Her directorial efforts in the popular "Black Region" series won the AVN Award for Best Ethnic-Themed Series in 2005. Vanessa has also directed female dominance pictures under the pseudonym "Domina X", and has worked as a contract director for DVSX and Adam & Eve. She has starred on Playboy TV and hosted "Private Calls" and "Night Calls" on Playboy Radio until 2008. Blue won the Urban X Award for Videography in 2008 and was inducted into the Urban X Hall of Fame in 2009. In 2010 she was nominated for an X Fanz Award for Ebony Performer of the Year. That same year she also signed a distribution deal with Justin Slayer International.

Alyssa Reece

Tanya Pankov is a Canadian actress known for her leading role as "Eve" in the feature film After Eden (2015) which premiered in the New Directors competition at the SSIFF. Better known under her pseudonym "Alyssa Reece," she has worked in the adult film industry with major studios, including Penthouse, Hustler and Vivid Entertainment.

Lynn Merrick

In 1940, a blonde, sultry-looking model from Fort Worth, Texas,(birth name Marilyn Llewelling)calling herself Marilyn Merrick, was cast in two Warner Bros. features and one short. She also had a role in "Dr. Christian Meets the Women (RKO)", and one of the two leading ladies opposite Johnny Mack Brown in in "Ragtime Cowboy Joe(Universal)." The WAMPAS Baby Stars, a yearly selection of 13 promising starlets, was conducted by the Western Association of Motion Pictures Advertisers from the early 1920s through the mid-1930s. Marilyn was a Baby Star but not during the WAMPAS sponsorship. In 1940, the Motion Pictures Publicist Association selected 13 "Baby Stars", who were featured in a Harriet Parsons-produced, Republic Pictures-distributed series called "Meet the Stars" in a 1941 entry called "Baby Stars." No claim was made that the starlets in this shot were WAMPAS selections. The 13 starlets in this short were: Ella Bryan, Lucia Carroll, Peggy Diggins, Lorraine Elliott, Jayne Hazard, Joan Leslie, Kay Leslie, Gay Parkes, Lois Ranson, Shelia Ryan, Patricia Van Clive, Tanya Widrin...and Marilyn Merrick. Two months later, March 3, 1941, Republic Pictures Corporation signed Marilyn Merrick to a Term Players Contract (with six-months options), changed her name to Lynn Merrick, and this 21-year-old actress made 22 films for Republic until her contract expired on March 30, 1943. She was the leading lady in 17 of those films, opposite Don "Red" Barry in 16 of them. Columbia Pictures then used Lynn Merrick in 17 films over the next three years, primarily as a lead or second lead in the majority of them, especially those from 1943 and 1944.

Kim Carnes

Raspy-voiced singer/songwriter Kim Carnes was born on July 20, 1945 in Los Angeles, California. Kim wanted to become a successful singer and songwriter ever since she was three. Carnes began her music career in the 60s writing songs for other artists while performing at local clubs and working as a session vocalist. In 1966 Kim joined the folk group the New Christy Minstrels, but subsequently left to form the duo Kim and Dave with her husband David Ellingson. Carnes acted in the 1967 motion picture "C'mon, Let's Live a Little." She recorded her debut album "Rest on Me" in 1972. This was followed by a few more albums. Carnes scored her first hit song with "You're a Part of Me," a duet with Gene Cotton. Her duet with Kenny Rogers on "Don't Fall in Love with a Dreamer" and a sensuous, stirring cover of "More Love" by the Miracles likewise did well. Kim enjoyed her most substantial smash with the fantastic and mesmerizing "Bette Davis Eyes," which peaked at number one on the Billboard charts for nine weeks. The song won Grammy Awards for both Song of the Year and Record of the Year. Moreover, Carnes sang the song live for Bette Davis at a tribute for the legendary actress. In 1985 Kim had the distinction of having singles in three different categories all simultaneously on the pop charts: solo ("Invitation to Dance"), duo ("Make No Mistake, He's Mine," with Barbra Streisand), and trio ("What About Me," with Kenny Rogers and James Ingram). In addition, Carnes sings along with an all-star musical line-up on the song "We Are the World." Kim had her last top 20 hit with "Crazy in the Night." Her songs are featured on the soundtracks to several films which include the cult classic car chase action thriller "Vanishing Point," the blockbuster smash "Flashdance," "Spaceballs," "North Country," and "Heartbreak Hotel." She's the mother of sons Ry and Collin. In 1994 Kim Carnes moved to Nashville, Tennessee, where she continues to perform live and has written songs for such popular country artists as Tanya Tucker, Sawyer Brown, Pam Tillis, Reba McIntire, and Deanna Carter.

Zöe Lucker

Yorkshire-born Zoe Lucker has been on our screens a lot in recent years in TV dramas such as "Holby City", Episode #4.1, Barabara, Brazen Hussies and Coronation Street, where she played Sonia Leech, owner of the beauty parlour where Raquel worked.

But it's her role as Tanya Turner in Footballers' Wives that she really loves. She adores her character ("We're both survivors, but I wouldn't use people the way she does to get on in life"), the stunning clothes, the dramatic scenes with screen husband Cristian Solimeno - and she's even learnt to live with her extra-long fake fingernails. The only part she hated was filming the opening sequence in a pool because, probably just like Tanya, she's not keen on swimming and prefers to keep her head above water. However, 28-year-old Lucker really is keen on football, and once bid successfully at a charity auction for a tour of Leeds United football ground.

Tanya Danielle

Buxom, leggy, and shapely 5'5" blonde bombshell Tanya Danielle was born Helen Elizabeth Cooper on December 3, 1976 in Palo Alto, California. Tanya was raised in Atherton, California. Her father was a civil engineer. At age 17 Danielle began studying for a Bachelor's Degree in Art History at the University of California. During her second year in college Tanya started working as an exotic dancer in a strip club in order to raise money to pay for college. Danielle eventually dropped out of college and began performing in explicit hardcore movies in 1999; she has worked for such top companies as Vivid, VCA, Wicked, Metro, Rain Productions, Sin City, Totally Tasteless, Evil Angel, and Bizarre Video. Although Tanya specializes in lesbian scenes in her adult features, she prefers male partners in her private life. Moreover, Danielle has continued to tour the country as a stripper. She lives in Los Angeles, California.

Jay Bowdy

Frederick Jay Bowdy was born in San Antonio, Texas, the first of two children of Lisa (Felton), and Frederick Eugene Bowdy, and the fifth of nine biological and step siblings of Tanya (Calloway). He grew up in multiple areas, including south Arlington and mostly in South Fort Worth. Jay attended Trimble Tech High School located in the south section of Fort Worth, Texas.

Pursuing basketball, he was able to escape the streets of south Fort Worth with the attendance of Southwestern Christian College and University of West Georgia; receiving Associates and Bachelors from the respective schools. He would later attend University of Texas in Arlington to receive his Masters. With all the success with schooling, he was still left short with basketball with new and reoccurring injuries.

Luckily, in summer of 2014, he met Fred Tee, who had an idea of Jay performing in a short - film using his looks and height to bring a spark to the film. Bowdy loved the idea and the pursuit to become a legitimized actor. Since his start he has done over 15 projects, and was also a finalist for reality shows The Island on NBC and Big Brother 17 on CBS. In summer 2015, he secured the lead role in independent feature films Prepper and Social Path.

Tanya Christiansen

Tanya Christiansen is an actor originally from TN. She began her acting career on stage at a very early age doing local theater. Her passion turned into a profession once she graduated from the University of Tennessee. Tanya's first on-air job was as a host for a shopping network. That career is what helped her to become comfortable in front of the camera, fine tuning her improvisational skills. National commercials, television pilots and feature films soon followed. She most recently won "Best Actress" in a Feature Film at Tampa, Florida's Innovative Film Festival. Tanya resides in Florida with her family and continues to work in the industry that she loves. Challenging herself with a multitude of different characters, working in film and television is her passion.

Tanya Saracho

Tanya Saracho was born in Los Mochis, Sinaloa, México. She is a Chicago playwright who currently writes for Television (HBO's "Looking," "Girls," and "Devious Maids."). Named "Best New Playwright" by Chicago Magazine, Saracho has had plays produced at: Oregon Shakespeare Festival, The Goodman Theater, Steppenwolf Theater, Teatro Vista, Teatro Luna, Fountain Theater, Clubbed Thumb, NEXT Theater and 16th Street Theater. Saracho was named one of nine national Latino "Luminarios" by Café magazine and given the first "Revolucionario" Award in Theater by the National Museum of Mexican Art. She is currently in development with HBO and has commissions with the following theatres: Goodman Theater, Steppenwolf Theatre, Two Rivers Theatre, Denver Theater Center, South Coast Rep. Tanya is also a successful Spanish Voice-Over artist and a SAG/AFTRA actress.

Sandra Delgado

Sandra Delgado is a Colombian-American actor and singer born and raised in Chicago. She has built a career working with such writers as Jose Rivera, Tanya Saracho, Luis Alfaro, Stephen Adly Guirgis, Nilo Cruz, and Brett C. Leonard. She is a regular on the stages of the legendary Steppenwolf Theater and the Goodman Theater as well as other prestigious venues including Victory Gardens, Lookingglass , Actors Theater of Louisville and INTAR. She received the prestigious TCG Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellowship in 2011 and is in residence at the Goodman Theater in Chicago where she is developing her first full length play with music, para mis Madres. She is a founding ensemble member of Collaboraction and an ensemble member of Teatro Vista, where she served as Associate Artistic Director from 2006-2008.

Zinnia Sayegh

Zinnia Sayegh is a Hollywood actress. She is passionate about acting. She has studied at and graduated from the New York Film Academy. Zinnia Sayegh is an Arab-American actress born on August 23rd, 1991.

Zinnia Sayegh has worked on numerous Films, T.V. Shows, Music Videos, live Theatrical Shows and Commercials.

Zinnia Sayegh lost her 18 year old sister Tanya 7 years ago in a horrific train accident that was all over the news. Her dream of being an actress has catapulted my ambitions to follow in her footsteps and stand-in for my sister in Hollywood."Despite the tragedy, Zinnia is putting together the pieces of her broken heart and is launching her career in acting after extensive training at the New York Film Academy.

Monnae Michaell

Monnae Michaell's work spans TV, film, theater, animation and commercials. Nominated for an NAACP Theatre Award for her role as Tanya in August Wilson's King Hedley III (Mark Taper), and considered for an Emmy nomination for her work in Flight '93, as Lisa Jefferson, some of her favorite roles have been Annie on American Dreams, Judge Bass on The Defenders, Half George in "the road weeps, the well runs dry." and Citizen 2 in "Citizen: An American Lyric..." Other television credits include, "The Office" "NipTuck", " The Young & The Restless", "The Shield", "The Practice", and many others. Monnae attended the Lee Strasberg Institute through New York University and began her career in musical theatre as an actress/ singer /dancer. She has performed in many musical venues, and her one-woman show (presented in various NYC clubs) won a Bistro Award for Best Newcomer. She has taught creative improvisational workshops for children ages 6-17, and her work is represented in commercials, voice-overs, industrials, CD-ROMs and animated film. She is the voice of Anui, Balto's mother in the animated film Balto II: Wolf Quest.

Tanya Bettencourt

Tanya Bettencourt was born and raised in the Boston area and lives in Los Angeles. She is known for her work on Victorious (2010), The Clan (2013) and Bad Roomies (2014). She studied at The Sanford Meisner Center - a two year acting conservatory in Burbank, CA founded by Sanford Meisner.

Tanya Thompson

Tanya is the the 2016 "BEST ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE" Winner of the Nollywood African & Film Critics Awards (NAFCA) aka the "African Oscars" for the dynamic role she played in the Nollywood film "MUDA: When Time Is All That Matters". She is also the recipient of the 2016 "Movie Actress of the Year" award at the Newsome Awards in Baltimore Maryland. She also received the 2016 "Recognition Award" for her work as lead actress and producer of the feature film thriller "The1Closest2U" at the Piton International Film Festival in St. Lucia.

Tanya is a first generation Carribean American ACTRESS & PRODUCER, born and raised in the Bronx, New York. Tanya got her start in the performing arts at the tender age of 5 taking classical piano lessons as well as ballet and tap. The rush Tanya received while on stage was a feeling that would never leave her. Tanya took her first drama class in high school and it was then that she caught the acting bug! She did extremely well in that class, so much so that she received the coveted "Drama Award" at her high school graduation. This gave Tanya the confidence she needed to know that a career in film was her destiny.

Upon graduation, Tanya set out to find her first acting gig. She landed a background "extra" role in the FOX hit TV series "NY Undercover"! The feeling Tanya got on the set with the cast and crew was like no other. She knew she wanted to do this full time. However, being from a conservative family, she was encouraged to take a more traditional career path that would ensure stable salary and benefits.

Tanya took a step away from the spotlight to do just that. She went on to graduate with a Bachelors Degree in Accounting from Berkeley College. This degree helped her land a "stable job" as an Accounting Manager working alongside the CFO at the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences aka "THE DAYTIME EMMY AWARDS". Tanya worked her way up to Director of Finance as well as the dual role of Director of Special Events. Tanya is the FIRST AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMAN TO BE PROMOTED TO A DIRECTOR TITLE AT THE "DAYTIME EMMY AWARDS". One of the perks of working with the "Daytime Emmy Awards" is that Tanya was not only able to help plan the annual red carpet award show; but she was also able to attend. Every year Tanya would look at the actors of the various Daytime shows getting awarded for what she wanted to do, which was ACT! She no longer wanted to "play it safe".

Tanya decided to take her career in her own hands and left the Emmys to pursue her acting career full-time. She has since worked on numerous films and has not only been in front of the camera but has now started working "behind the lens" as well. Tanya has most recently had the honor of acting in as well as Co-Producing multiple major feature films which includes the incredibly talented Clifton Powell (Ray), Malik Yoba (Empire), Taral Hicks (A Bronx Tale, Belly), Malik Whitfield (If Loving You Is Wrong, The Temptations), Claudia Jordan (Real Housewives of Atlanta), Omar Gooding (Baby Boy, Barber Shop, Smart Guy) and a host of others. She is using all of her experience she gained as an on-camera actress as well as her financial/business background from the Emmys to help other Directors bring their vision to life as one of the Producer's on their projects. This makes Tanya a very valuable asset on any production she is a part of both in front of the camera as well as behind-the scenes.

Tanya Feifel

Tanya Feifel was born and raised in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. She has been recognized with many academic awards and moved to Michigan to attend Law School. Tanya has always had a love for performing. At the age of 3, she began various disciplines of dance and thoroughly enjoyed entertaining people on the stage. She also competed in gymnastics, figure skating, synchronized swimming, and basketball, before moving to a national level in equestrian. Her vigorous athletics and training required a strong work ethic and discipline to be able to succeed in her sports and academics. Tanya also took on any form of public speaking that she could, including giving a speech in both English and French to the Premier of Ontario. She is a very outgoing and compassionate individual, who gets along with everyone and is easy to work with. Tanya made her first film debut in "Swearnet: The Movie," where she realized that her heart belongs on set. She then took on the role as a reporter in "Approaching Midnight" and has decided to pursue her love of acting.

Arturo Cardelús

Arturo Cardelús is a rising talent in the film industry. His most recent project, Call Me Francis, is a Netflix Original miniseries about the life of Pope Francis directed by Palme d'Or nominee Daniele Luchetti. Critic Jonathan Broxton named the soundtrack one of the year's best scores, calling Cardelús "a clearly very talented young composer whose career I will be watching with eagerness." Cardelús has previously scored such films as Altamira: El Origen del Arte, directed by Goya Award winner José Luis López Linares; Madre Quentina, starring Spanish film icon Rossy de Palma; and The Answers, which won Best Short Film at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Cardelús also orchestrated the Golden Globe-nominated film The Paperboy alongside Jon Kull. In advertising, he has worked on national campaigns for Mercedes-Benz, Xarelto, and others.

Cardelús' contributions to the world of concert music were recognized when he was elected an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music in 2016. His works have been performed across Europe, Asia, and the United States in such venues as Madrid's Auditorio Nacional, Tokyo's Kioi Hall, Seoul's Arts Center Concert Hall, and Boston's Jordan Hall. Naxos, a leading classical music label, released an album of Cardelús's chamber music in 2015. The album includes the suite Con Aire de Tango, which was commissioned by Berlin Philharmonic soloists and recorded at Berlin's Philharmonie. Cardelús has also composed chamber works commissioned by Natalia Ensemble, Cuarteto Granada, and Tanya Gabrielian, and his works have been also been performed by Gidon Kremer's Kremerata Baltica and Japanese violinist Iwao Furusawa.

Cardelús hails from Madrid, Spain. He studied piano performance at the Royal Academy of Music in London, Franz Liszt Academy in Budapest, and the Conservatorio Superior de Música in Salamanca. Cardelús then shifted his focus, studying composition and film scoring at Boston's Berklee College of Music, where he graduated summa cum laude and received the composition department's highest award. Cardelús currently lives in Los Angeles.

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