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Julianne Hough

A true triple-threat, Emmy Award-winner Julianne Hough is known to audiences around the world for her success in the worlds of film, television and music. She became a household name virtually overnight as a two-time professional champion on ABC's top-rated "Dancing With the Stars," before making a seamless transition to award-winning recording artist and making her mark on the world of motion pictures, recognized by the National Association of Theatre Owners as Rising Star of the Year at the 2011 CinemaCon Conventions.

In 2013, Julianne starred opposite Josh Duhamel in Nicholas Sparks' "Safe Haven," directed by Lasse Hallstrom, which topped the box-office on its Valentine's Day opening and earned her a Teen Choice Award nomination. Prior to that, she starred opposite Russell Brand and Octavia Spencer in Diablo Cody's "Paradise," marking the Oscar-winning screenwriter's directorial debut. She starred as Sherrie Christian, the female lead in the film adaptation of the international musical sensation, "Rock of Ages," part of a superstar cast including Tom Cruise, Alec Baldwin, Russell Brand and Mary J. Blige. She made headlines by winning the coveted female lead role in Paramount's 2011 remake of the classic movie musical, "Footloose," and critics praised her performance in the film. She made her film debut in the star-studded ensemble of Screen Gems' musical "Burlesque," working alongside an all-star cast, including Cher, Christina Aguilera, Stanley Tucci, Kristen Bell and Cam Gigandet. She appeared recently in the comedy "Dirty Grandpa," opposite Robert De Niro and Zac Efron, and will next star as fitness pioneer Betty Weider in the upcoming feature "Bigger."

On January 31, 2016, Julianne fulfilled her lifelong dream of playing the role of Sandy in FOX Television's critical and ratings hit, "Grease Live!," which was nominated for 10 Emmy Awards, winning four awards including Outstanding Special Class Program. As performed by Julianne and the cast, the show-stopping "You're the One That I Want" won the MTV Movie & TV Award for Best Musical Moment, beating such heavy hitters as Ariana Grande and John Legend's "Beauty and the Beast," Justin Timberlake's "Can't Stop the Feeling" and the Ryan Gosling-Emma Stone duet, "City of Stars" from "La La Land."

In 2014, Julianne and her brother, Derek, produced, co-directed and starred in MOVE Live on Tour, which sold out theaters across North America. They followed that success with an all-new production in Summer 2015, which featured live vocal performances by Julianne and Derek in addition to fresh, exciting choreography featuring the superstar siblings and the MOVE Company Dancers.

They hit the road again in 2017 with MOVE Beyond Live on Tour, their biggest and best show yet, with brand-new stage production inspired by the elements - earth, wind, fire, and water - which the duo have infused into fresh, high impact choreography that only they can deliver. The show brought fans on a journey of dance and music, taking inspiration directly from the four elements as an exploration of the human relationship with nature. The pair was joined by the Move Company Dancers for group performances in styles ranging from ballroom and tap to salsa and hip-hop and everything in between.

In 2015, Julianne launched her lifestyle website and blog, Jules.

A born entertainer, Julianne Hough (pronounced "Huff") always loved singing, dancing and acting. At age 10, she was presented with an opportunity to study performing arts in London, which established her fierce independence and was the beginning of a period of intense training and education. She returned to Utah at age 15 and, after graduating high school, moved to Los Angeles to pursue her dreams of a career in entertainment.

Quickly earning a solid reputation for her talent, discipline and professionalism, it took less than a month for Julianne to land a job as a dancer on the ABC game show, "Show Me The Money," and shortly thereafter joined the "Dancing With the Stars" tour as a company dancer before joining the cast of the hit series in the show's fourth season, where she was paired with two-time Olympic Gold Medal winner Apolo Anton Ohno. She toured with the troupe again, before returning to the hit show for seasons five through eight, pairing with Indy race champion Helio Castroneves, comedian Adam Carolla, actor Cody Linley and country singer Chuck Wicks. Hough remains the youngest dancer to have won the competition twice, with partners Ohno and Castroneves. Her skills as a choreographer also led to a collaboration with Gwen Stefani on the singer's "Wind It Up" video.

Julianne earned Emmy nominations in 2008 and 2009 for Best Choreography for her work on the show and in 2015, won the Emmy for choreographing, along with her brother Derek and Tessandra Chavez, her and Derek's memorable performance of Sia's "Elastic Heart," performed live by the singer-songwriter.

Following her departure from "Dancing With the Stars," Julianne made several appearances on the show to promote her films and as a guest judge. She thrilled fans when she returned full-time to the ballroom as a judge for three hit seasons in 2014-15 and again in Fall 2016 and Spring 2017.

Julianne's self-titled debut album, released by Universal Music Group Nashville in 2008, hit the Billboard Country charts at #1 and entered the Billboard 200 at #3, marking the highest debut for a country artist since 2006. Her first two singles from the album, "That Song in My Head" and "My Hallelujah Song," soared up the country charts and she earned her first two 2009 Academy of Country Music Awards for Top New Female Vocalist and Top New Artist.

Hitting the road for the first time as a recording artist in 2009, Julianne opened for superstar Brad Paisley and later toured with George Strait, playing over 100 shows. Her second album, The Julianne Hough Holiday Collection, became an instant holiday classic for her legions of fans, distributed exclusively at Target.

In 2009, Julianne also starred in her first fitness DVD, "Cardio Ballroom," the first in a series designed to motivate exercise novices and enthusiasts alike on the dance floor. The second, "Just Dance!," was released in 2010, also topping sales charts for months.

In 2012, she created her own shoe line, Julianne Hough for Sole Society, a collaboration with leading women's footwear designer Vince Camuto and is highly sought-after in the world of commercials and endorsements, as an international spokesperson for Proactiv Solution and previously as the official spokesperson for Venus Embrace, co-authoring their "Goddess Guide to Getting Closer" for the company's 2009 marketing campaign. She was featured in the iconic Got Milk? Campaign and sang an updated version of the Wrigley's Juicy Fruit gum theme, "The Taste is Gonna Move Ya," with numerous international campaigns in the works.

Julianne has a long-term partnership with MPG Activewear, which was introduced with 12 favorite styles curated and selected by Julianne from the popular line's Spring/Summer 2016 collection and now features quarterly collections designed by Julianne. She is the face of Giorgio Beverly Hills Fragrances, celebrating the iconic brand's 35th anniversary and the recent introduction of Giorgio Beverly Hills Glam. Julianne executive produced and she and Derek hosted a family Thanksgiving special for Disney that aired on ABC in November 2016, as well as "The Disney Parks' Magical Christmas Celebration," which aired on Christmas Day and was nominated for an Emmy. In May 2017, Julianne executive produced and co-hosted The Miss USA Competition for the second time.

In addition to her performing career, Julianne is also active in a wide range of philanthropic endeavors, charities and humanitarian efforts. Julianne has joined forces with the Kind Campaign to create and host Kind Camp, empowering and encouraging girls to be confident, beautiful women and to eradicate girl against girl bullying. Her charitable affiliations range from numerous causes and organizations that serve women and girls to those that are fueled by her lifelong passion for dogs and other animals, among many others.

Alec Baldwin

Raven-haired, suavely handsome and prolific actor Alec Baldwin was born on April 3, 1958 in Massapequa, New York, and is the oldest, and easily the best-known, of the four Baldwin brothers in the acting business (the others are Stephen Baldwin, William Baldwin and Daniel Baldwin).

Alexander Rae Baldwin III is the son of Carol Newcomb (Martineau) and Alexander Rae Baldwin, Jr., who was a high school teacher and football coach. He is of English, Irish, French, Scottish, and German descent.

Alec burst onto the TV scene in the early 1980s with appearances on several series, including The Doctors and Knots Landing, before scoring feature film roles in Forever, Lulu, Beetlejuice, Working Girl, Married to the Mob and Talk Radio. In 1990, Baldwin appeared in the first on-screen adaptation of the "Jack Ryan" character created by mega-selling espionage author, Tom Clancy. The film, The Hunt for Red October, was a box office and critical success, with Baldwin appearing alongside icy Sean Connery. Unfortunately, Baldwin fell out with Paramount Studios over future scripts for "Jack Ryan", and subsequent Ryan roles went to Harrison Ford.

Baldwin instead went to Broadway to perform "A Streetcar Named Desire", garnering a Tony nomination for his portrayal of "Stanley Kowalski" (he would reprise the role in a 1995 TV adaptation). Baldwin won over critics as a lowlife thief pursued by dogged cop Fred Ward in Miami Blues, met his future wife Kim Basinger while filming the Neil Simon comedy, The Marrying Man, starred in the film adaptation of the play, Prelude to a Kiss (in which he starred off-Broadway), and made an indelible ten-minute cameo as a hard-nosed real estate executive laying down the law in Glengarry Glen Ross. He also made a similar tour-de-force monologue in the thriller, Malice, as a doctor defending his practices, in which he stated, "Let me tell you something: I am God".

Demand for Baldwin's talents in the 1990s saw more scripts swiftly come his way, and he starred alongside his then-wife, Kim Basinger, in a remake of the Steve McQueen action flick, The Getaway, brought to life the famous comic strip character, The Shadow, and starred as an assistant district attorney in the civil rights drama, Ghosts of Mississippi. Baldwin's distinctive vocal talents then saw him voice US-aired episodes of the highly popular UK children's show, Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends, plus later voice-only contributions to other animated/children's shows, including Clerks, Cats & Dogs, Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within and The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie.

In the early 2000s, Baldwin and Basinger endured an acrimonious break-up that quickly became tabloid fodder but, while his divorce was high-profile, Baldwin excelled in a number of lower-profile supporting roles in a variety of films, including State and Main, Pearl Harbor, The Cooler (for which he received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor), The Aviator, Along Came Polly and The Departed. As he was excelling as a consummate character actor, Baldwin found a second career in television comedy. Already known for his comedic turns hosting Saturday Night Live, he essayed an extended guest role on Will & Grace in 2005 before taking on what would arguably become his most famous role, that of network executive "Jack Donaghy", opposite Tina Fey in the highly-acclaimed sitcom, 30 Rock. The role brought Baldwin two Emmy Awards, three Golden Globes, and an unprecedented six Screen Actors Guild Awards (not including cast wins).

Continuing to appear in films as 30 Rock wrapped up its final season, Baldwin remarried in 2012 to Hilaria Baldwin (aka Hilaria Lynn Thomas), and is rumored to be considering political office.

Stacy Keach

Stacy Keach has played to grand success a constellation of the classic and contemporary stage's greatest roles, and he is considered a pre-eminent American interpreter of Shakespeare. His SRO run as "King Lear" at the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, D.C. received the best reviews any national leader has earned in that town for decades. Peter Marks of the Washington Post called Mr. Keach's Lear "magnificent". He recently accepted his third prestigious Helen Hayes Award for Leading Actor in 2010 for his stellar performance. His next stage appearance premiering January 13, 2011 at the Lincoln Center in New York is "Other Desert Cities" by Jon Robin Baitz and teaming him with Stockard Channing, Linda Lavin and Elizabeth Marvel.

His latest television series, Lights Out, on the FX network is a major new mid-season dramatic show, taking him back to the world of boxing which has been a rich setting for him before, notably in Huston's Fat City which ignited Keach's career as a film star.

Versatility embodies the essence of Stacy Keach's career in film and television as well as on stage. The range of his roles is remarkable. His recent performance in Oliver Stone's "W" prompted fellow actor Alec Baldwin to blog an impromptu review matching Huston's amazement at Keach's power. Perhaps best known around the world for his portrayal of the hard-boiled detective, Mike Hammer, Stacy Keach is also well-known among younger generations for his portrayal of the irascible, hilarious Dad, Ken Titus, in the Fox sitcom, Titus, and more recently as Warden Henry Pope in the hit series, Prison Break. Following his triumphant recent title role performance in King Lear for the prestigious Goodman Theatre in Chicago, Keach joined the starring cast of John Sayles' recent film, Honeydripper. In the most recent of his non-stop activities, he has completed filming Deathmatch for the Spike Channel, and The Boxer for Zeitsprung Productions in Berlin, Germany.

German audiences will also see him as one of the co-stars in the multi-million dollar production of Hindenburg: The Last Flight, scheduled to air in January, 2011 with worldwide release thereafter. Mr. Keach co-stars in the new FX series entitled Lights Out about a boxing family, where he plays the Dad-trainer of two boxing sons played by Holt McCallany and Pablo Schreiber. The series is also scheduled to air in January, 2011. Keach returns to the New York stage at the start of the 2011 in Jon Robin Baitz's new play, "Other Desert Cities," at the Lincoln Center.

Capping his heralded accomplishment on the live stage of putting his own stamp on some of the theatre world's most revered and challenging roles over the past year when he headed the national touring company cast of "Frost/Nixon," portraying Richard M. Nixon, bringing still another riveting characterization to the great legit stages of Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, the nation's capitol and other major cities. He won his second Best Actor Helen Hayes Award for his outstanding performance. His second triumphant portrayal of King Lear in the past three years, this time for the Shakespeare Theatre Company in the nation's capital earned reviews heard around the world, with resulting offers for him to repeat that giant accomplishment in New York, Los Angeles and even Beijing.

An accomplished pianist and composer, Mr. Keach composed the music for the film, Imbued, directed by Rob Nilssen, a celebrated film festival favorite, in which Keach also starred. He has also completed composing the music for the Mike Hammer audio radio series, "Encore For Murder", written by Max Collins, directed by Carl Amari, and produced by Blackstone Audio.

Mr. Keach began his film career in the late 1960's with _The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter_, followed by _The New Centurions_ with George C. Scott; Doc Holiday with Faye Dunaway in the film 'Doc'; an over-the-hill boxer,Billy Tully in Fat City; directed by John Huston, and The Long Riders, which he co-produced and co-wrote with his brother, James Keach, directed by Walter Hill. On the lighter side, his characterization of Sgt. Stedenko in Cheech and Chong's Up in Smoke, and the sequel, Nice Dreams, gave a whole new generation a taste of Mr. Keach's comedic flair, which he also demonstrated in Robert Altman's Brewster McCloud, playing the oldest living lecherous Wright Brother; and The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean where he played a crazed albino out to kill Paul Newman.

Historical roles have always attracted him. In movies he has played roles ranging from Martin Luther to Frank James. On television he has been Napoleon, Wilbur Wright, J. Robert Oppenheimer, Barabbas, Sam Houston, and Ernest Hemingway, for which he won a Golden Globe as Best Actor in a mini-series and was nominated for an Emmy in the same category. He played an eccentric painter, Mistral, in the Judith Krantz classic, Mistral's Daughter, a northern spy in the civil war special, The Blue and the Gray, more recently as the pirate Benjamin Hornigold in the Hallmark epic Blackbeard.

As a director, his production of Arthur Miller's Incident at Vichy for PBS was, according to Mr. Miller in his autobiography, Timebends, "the most expressive production of that play he had seen." He won a Cine Golden Eagle Award for his work on the dramatic documentary, The Repeater, in which he starred and also wrote and directed.

But it is perhaps the live theatre where Mr. Keach shines brightest. He began his professional career with the New York Shakespeare Festival in 1964, doubling as Marcellus and the Player King in a production of Hamlet directed by Joseph Papp and which featured Julie Harris as Ophelia. He rose to prominence in 1967 in the Off-Broadway political satire, MacBird, where the title role was a cross between Lyndon Johnson and Macbeth and for which he received the first of his three Obie awards. He played the title roles in Henry 5, Hamlet (which he played 3 times), Richard 3, Macbeth, and most recently as King Lear in Robert Falls' modern adaptation at Chicago's Goodman Theatre, which Charles Isherwood of the NY Times called "terrific" and "a blistering modern-dress production that brings alive the morally disordered universe of the play with a ferocity unmatched by any other production I've seen." Mr. Keach's stage portrayals of Peer Gynt, Falstaff and Cyrano de Bergerac, and Hamlet caused the New York Times to dub him "the finest American classical actor since John Barrymore."

Mr. Keach's Broadway credits include his Broadway debut, Indians, where he played Buffalo Bill and was nominated for a Tony award as Best Actor. He starred in Ira Levin's Deathtrap, the Pulitzer Prize winning Kentucky Cycle (for which he won his first Helen Hayes award as Best Actor), the Rupert Holmes one-man thriller, Solitary Confinement, where Mr. Keach played no less than six roles, all unbeknownst to the audience until the end of the play. In the musical theatre, he starred in the national tour of Barnum, played the King in Camelot for Pittsburgh's Civic Light Opera, and the King in The King and I, which he also toured in Japan. He starred in the Jon Robin Baitz play, Ten Unknowns, at the Mark Taper Forum in 2003. The LA Times said: "And then there's Keach. What a performance! How many actors can manage such thunder and such sweet pain. He's been away from the LA stage too long. Welcome back."

In 2004, he starred as Scrooge in Boston's Trinity Rep musical production of A Christmas Carol; earlier in 2004, he starred as Phil Ochsner in Arthur Miller's last play Finishing The Picture, directed by Robert Falls at the Goodman Theatre.

As a narrator his voice has been heard in countless documentaries; as the host for the Twilight Zone radio series; numerous books on tape, including the Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway. In the year 2000, he recorded a CD of all of Shakespeare's Sonnets. He recently recorded the voice of St. Paul for a new audio version of The New Testament:, The Word of Promise and Job for the Old Testament edition. He is the narrator on CNBC's new hit show, American Greed, and recently narrated the award-winning documentary, The Pixar Story. He has also reprised his role as Mike Hammer in the Blackstone audio series, the most recent being "Encore for Murder". A charter-member of LA Theatre Works, Mr. Keach recently played the title role in Bertolt Brecht's Galileo, recorded both for radio and CD. He was seen on CBS's hit show Two and a Half Men as the gay Dad of Charlie's fiance.

Stacy Keach also believes strongly in 'giving back' and has been the Honorary Chair for the Cleft Palate Foundation for the past twenty-five years. He is also the national spokesman for the World Craniofacial organization. He has served on the Artist's Committee for the Kennedy Center Honors for two decades, is on the board of directors for Genesis at the Crossroads, a Chicago-based organization dedicated to bringing peoples of combatant cultures together through the shared artistic expressions of the visual and culinary arts, music, dance, and theater. He also serves on the artistic board for Washington DC's Shakespeare Theatre National Council, where he was also honored in 2000 with their prestigious Millennium Award for his contribution to classical theatre. Some years ago Hollywood honored him with a Celebrity Outreach Award for his work with charitable organizations.

He has been the recipient of Lifetime Achievement Awards from Pacific Pioneer's Broadcasters, the San Diego Film Festival, the Pacific Palisades Film Festival, and The 2007 Oldenburg Film Festival in Germany. Later this year, he will be awarded the 2010 Lifetime Award from the St. Louis Film Festival. In 2008, he received the Mary Pickford Award for versatility in acting.

Mr. Keach was a Fulbright scholar to the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, attended the University of California at Berkeley and the Yale Drama School. He has always been a star of the American stage, especially in Shakespearen roles such as Hamlet, Henry 5, Coriolanus, Falstaff, Macbeth, Richard 3, and most recently, King Lear.

Of his many accomplishments, Mr. Keach claims that his greatest accomplishment is his family. He has been married to his beautiful wife Malgosia for twenty-five years, and they have two wonderful children, Shannon Keach (1988), and daughter Karolina Keach (1990).

Peter Fonda

Peter Henry Fonda was born in New York City, to legendary screen star Henry Fonda and New York socialite Frances Seymour Brokaw. He is the brother of actress Jane Fonda and the father of actress Bridget Fonda. His ancestry includes Dutch, English, Scottish, and distant French and Italian.

Fonda made his professional stage debut on Broadway in 1961 in Blood, Sweat and Stanley Poole, for which he received rave reviews from the New York Critics, and won the Daniel Blum Theater World Award and the New York Critics Circle Award for Best New Actor. He began his feature film career in 1963, playing the romantic lead in Tammy and the Doctor and joined the ensemble cast of the World War II saga The Victors. Shortly thereafter, Fonda began what would become a famous association with Roger Corman, starring in Wild Angels, as the ultra-cool, iron-fisted leader of a violent biker gang, opposite Nancy Sinatra, Bruce Dern, and Diane Ladd. Fonda also starred in Corman's 1967 psychedelic film The Trip, also starring Dern and Susan Strasberg.

Fonda's next project was the seminal 1969 anti-establishment film Easy Rider which he produced and co-scripted, receiving an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Screenplay.

Fonda's acting credits also include the feature films Outlaw Blues, an expose of the country music business; Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry; Race with the Devil; Robert Rossen's Lilith; Split Image; Robert Wise's Two People; and the cult films Love and a .45 and Nadja. He appeared in Grace of My Heart, directed by Alison Anders, and John Carpenter's Escape from L.A., starring Kurt Russell. He also made a cameo appearance in Bodies, Heat & Motion, which starred his daughter Bridget.

Fonda wowed audiences and won critical acclaim for his portrayal of Ulee Jackson, the taciturn beekeeper in the 1997 film Ulee's Gold, earning him both a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor and the New York Film Critics Award, as well as an Oscar nomination. Following this, he published his autobiography, Don't Tell Dad, and was then seen in the NBC movie The Tempest, for which he had been nominated for another Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Mini-Series. Fonda then appeared with Helen Mirren in the Showtime telefilm The Passion of Ayn Rand, where he won the Golden Globe for outstanding supporting actor in a mini-series or movie made for television and was nominated for both an Emmy and SAG Award.

Fonda co-starred in Steven Soderbergh's 1997 film The Limey, which also starred Terrence Stamp and Lesley Ann Warren. Following this he appeared in Thomas and the Magic Railroad for director Britt Allcroft, starring Alec Baldwin.

Fonda directed his first feature film, The Hired Hand, in 1971. A critically acclaimed western in which he also starred, the film debuted with a restored version at the 2001 Venice Film Festival; it then screened at the Toronto Film Festival before reopening in theaters in 2003. Other directing credits include the science fiction feature Idaho Transfer, starring Keith Carradine and Wanda Nevada in which he starred as a gambler who wins Brooke Shields in a poker game.

Fonda co-starred in HBO's The Laramie Project, based on the true story of openly gay college student Matthew Shepard, killed in an act of senseless violence and cruelty, which attracted national attention. Fonda starred in The Maldonado Miracle directed by Salma Hayek for Showtime Networks, and was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for his role. Fonda also starred opposite Kris Kristofferson in Wooly Boys, which was released in March 2004, and the television drama Back When We Were Grownups, opposite Blythe Danner and Faye Dunaway. Fonda was seen in Soderbergh's Ocean's Twelve and can be seen in Mark Steven Johnson's Ghost Rider, opposite Nicolas Cage.

Fonda's other projects include director Ron Maxwell's Civil War-era drama Copperhead, alongside actors Billy Campbell and Angus MacFadyen and The Ultimate Gift directed by Michael Landon Jr. Up next, Fonda can be seen in John McNaughton's The Harvest with Samantha Morton and Michael Shannon.

Emjay Anthony

Emjay Anthony was born to Trisha and Michael Salazar on June 1, 2003 in Clearwater Beach, Florida. After living a rather normal active family life, he began modeling and was selected for a Werther's Candy national commercial at the age of 4. When Emjay was 5 years old, his family relocated to California where his parents were originally from. Sage is his only sibling who is ten years older. Within the first year of arriving back in California, in 2008, an open audition for It's Complicated starring Meryl Streep and Alec Baldwin, landed Emjay the role of Alec Baldwin's step son, Pedro. After making his screen debut in 2009 in "It's Complicated", Emjay took a year and a half years off to catch up on his schooling. By the end of 2010, Emjay wanted to act again, so with the help of his agency, Coast to Coast, the auditions started again. Since that time, Emjay has booked several national commercials, two pilots, Applebaum for CBS, starring Rachelle Lefevre, from the Twilight series and Rhys Coiro from Entourage and Rake in 2013 for Fox, which is scheduled to premier mid fall. Emjay will play the eldest of three children ad stars Greg Kinnear. During 2012, Emjay could also be seen in an episode of Grey's Anatomy and The Mentalist. In July 2013 Emjay began working on a project titled Chef where is plays the son of Sofía Vergara and Jon Favreau. Chef is set for release on Mother's Day, May 8, 2014. Emjay enjoys playing air soft, riding his dirt bike and his BMX bike with his dad when he is not working or schooling.

Louise Lombard

Louise Lombard lived and breathed the arts from an early age, and projected extreme versatility in many arenas. A trained dancer and actress from childhood, Lombard displayed a remarkable predilection for emotionally and psychologically challenging characters, such as that of a heroin addict in the movie Copycat directed by Jon Amiel. After appearing in the BBC series Casualty and Bergerac, the ITV show Capital City, and the ITV movies Catherine Cookson's A Black Velvet Gown, and Perfect Scoundrels: Sweeter Than Wine, Lombard landed a leading role in the TV series Chancer, opposite Clive Owen. Lombard then broke through to national fame in 1991, with the lead role of Evangeline Eliott in the three-season House of Eliott series on the BBC. For the remainder of the 1990s, Lombard sought out a series of highly individualized and intelligent projects, including taking the role of Lady Macbeth in a BBC production of Macbeth, Elizabeth Gill's 1997 ensemble drama Gold in the Streets and the ITV series Bodyguards (as one of the toughs of the title). After two years as a literature student at Cambridge University (as well as studying photography and print work at St. Martin's College), Lombard spent the first few years of the new millennium branching out into more internationally oriented roles, including After the Rain (a harrowing story set in South Africa during apartheid) Ellen Brachman in the movie Claim (2000), and the role of Kath in My Kingdom (2001), a highly modernized adaptation of Shakespeare's King Lear with Richard Harris. American viewers, however, will most closely associate Lombard with the romantic lead of Lady Anne Davenport in the Viggo Mortensen period adventure saga Hidalgo (2004), and the role of Dr. Harriet Fellows, a physician who assists crash survivor Alec Baldwin, in the TNT movie Second Nature (2003). In 2004 Louise began the recurring role of Sophia Curtis in CSI. Louise remained on CSI until 2008, when she left to shoot a TV pilot for ABC, playing the title role in Judy's got a Gun. Louise then returned to the UK to play the lead role in the BBC movie, Kiss of Death. She recently played Macy in NCIS for CBS and Robert Carlyle's dying wife in Stargate Universe.

James Arnold Taylor

James Arnold Taylor's versatile vocal range has given him success in every facet of the voice-over industry. His voice is heard all of the world daily, and you would never know it's one person. His list of credits range from leading roles in major summer blockbuster films, starring roles in the hottest animation on television, a promo voice for Fox, Spike, G4, and national ad campaigns in commercials for TV and radio, from the voice of a Mini Wheat to the current voice of Fred Flintstone. You can literally play the "Six Degrees of..." game with James and be only one degree from just about every name in Hollywood today.

James' most notable credits are: Obi-Wan Kenobi from Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Leonardo from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Johnny from Johnny Test, Green Arrow from Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Harry Osborn from The Spectacular Spider-Man, Milo Thatch from Atlantis: Milo's Return, Wooldoor Sockbat and the Producer from Drawn Together, The Fallen from Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Tidus from Fainaru fantajî X, Fainaru fantajî X-2 and Dishidia: Fainaru fantajî video games, Ratchet from the Ratchet & Clank video game series, Gabe Logan from the Syphon Filter video game series, and Ash from The Animatrix.

James also voice-doubles for many of today's biggest names, including _Johnny Depp_, _Ewan McGregor_, _Shia LaBeouf_, _Christopher Walken_, _Michael J. Fox (I)_, _David Spade_, _Daniel Radcliffe_, _Clive Owen (I)_, _Nicolas Cage_, _Christian Bale_, _Steve Carell_, _Matthew McConaughey_, _Justin Timberlake_, _James McAvoy_, _Alec Baldwin_, _Billy Bob Thornton_, _Seann William Scott_, _Denis Leary_, _Robin Williams (I)_, and _Ron Howard (I)_.

Having voices in some of the biggest franchises in movies, TV, and video games, he has had a successful career ultimately doing what he loves most: entertaining.

Natalie Burn

Natalie Burn is a Lifetime Member of the world famous The Actors Studio ran by Al Pacino, Martin Landau, Mark Rydell & Alec Baldwin. Natalie is considered to be a fast-rising Hollywood actress, dancer, Prima Ballerina, choreographer, writer, singer, composer and a producer who has a résumé that is genuinely unique. Currently Ms Burn is partnering up with Millenium Films, Peter Iliff writer and Jay Russell director to produce a new motion picture "59 Rows of Teeth". Natalie's latest work is a film she played the lead in called "The Executioners" directed by Giorgio Serafini produced by Phil Goldfine and Nick Chartier, Voltage the movie will be released theatrically by LionsGate. Recently starring in "Awaken/Left To Die", a feature film that she created and produced, co-starring Darryl Hannah, Vinnie Jones, Robert Davi and Edward Furlong, Ms. Burn has also had key roles in "Expendables 3" with Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Antonio Banderas and Harrison Ford where she played the wife of Mel Gibson, she also appears in "Killer Mermaid/Nymph" with Franco Nero, "Criminal" with Jordi Molla , Kevin Costner, and Tommy Lee Jones , in "Mechanic Resurrection" with Jason Statham and Jessica Alba and "Mothers and Daughters" starring Sharon Stone, Selma Blair, Courteney Cox, Susan Sarandon. As well as having lead roles in "Karla", "Downhill" and "The Ghosts of Garip" in addition to prominent spots in several other films and TV series. But it's her path to Hollywood that sets her apart from other actresses of her generation.

Born in Kiev, Ukraine, Natalie was guided into ballet training from the age of 4 by her mother, a former ballerina herself. By age 8, she was admitted into the world-renowned Bolshoi Ballet School in Moscow, and in her teens, she moved to London to complete her education at the Royal Ballet School. In a few years she was admitted to the Rambert Dance at the Brunel University where she was keen in learning the art of choreography and modern forms of dance. Natalie had a great dance career performing on top stages all over the world. As a choreographer, Ms Burn has worked for numerous theatrical productions as well as putting on her own show for Unesco called "AstroBallet". She also funded her own charity organization for environmental awareness where she presented her own ballet called "Stella" which gained the support of Michelle Rodrigues and Owen Wilson. She has also worked with stars such as Paula Abdul, Nelly, Jackson 5, Eros Ramazotti and Mario. Natalie also appeared as a model on the cover of Calvin Harris album "Motion".

Later she decided to pursue her love of performing and creativity through acting. She moved to Los Angeles and was admitted to the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in West Hollywood, later she continued her studies at the renowned Actors Studio moderated by Martin Landau. It was in Los Angeles where Ms Burn teamed up with Benny 'the Jet' and trained kickboxing, jiu jitsu, wire work, knife, gun and sword fighting. Because of her international background and ability to speak 4 languages - not to mention her rather exceptional fighting spirit- Natalie caught the attention of casting agents and producers in Hollywood, and she began winning small roles that helped her hone her craft.

Natalie now actively produces and stars in independent films. Through her company 7Heaven Productions she produced her first project "Fallen Angel," she starred as a composer turned heroin addict. The short film won The Merit Award at the 2014 Accolade Competition for the outstanding work by a female filmmaker. Than "Awaken/Left To Die", which has appeared at more than 20 international film festivals, the film shows her vulnerability and growing confidence as an actress, as well as her ability to take on physical and highly choreographed action film roles. Natalie Burn won Best Actress Awards for her role as Billy Kope in Awaken, at Sunscreen Film Festival and Los Angeles Movie Awards as well as was nominated at NoHo Cine Fest. On top of that Awaken won additional 10 awards for Best Feature at different International Film Festivals. Today Natalie continues her path as an actress and a producer in Hollywood who is currently working on her passion project "Wild Minds" starring Quinton Aaron and will directed by Jan Komasa. The film is about a Mental Hospital and the young kids struggling to find their purpose and meaning in life. Natalie hopes that this project will be a prime example of what artist movies are like and it will set her apart and give her the right recognition from the usual commercial films she has been involved with in the past.

Samara Lee

Samara Lee was born in Seoul, South Korea on March 8, 2008. She began acting at the age of 4 shortly after moving to the United States. Samara landed her first audition in front of revered casting director, Donna Belajac, who immediately recognized her unique talent. That audition led to Samara being cast as Danielle Schultz in the Oscar-nominated film, Foxcatcher (2014), alongside Steve Carrell, Channing Tatum, and Mark Ruffalo and directed by Bennett Miller (Capote, Moneyball). Samara continued her film career when she was cast and sent to Pittsburgh, PA to shoot The Last Witch Hunter (2015), starring Vin Diesel and Elijah Wood, as well as the Oscar-nominated film Concussion (2015), starring Will Smith, Luke Wilson, and Alec Baldwin. In 2016, Samara successfully dipped her toes in the Los Angeles waters. Within weeks of arrival, she landed a supporting role as Bee Mullins in Annabelle Creation, directed by David Sandberg (Lights Out), and produced by James Wan (The Conjuring 1 & 2, Insidious, Furious 7). Samara has several films set to release in 2017-18 and continues to work coast to coast.

Jacob Ming-Trent

Jacob was born in Boston and raised in Pittsburgh, where he auditioned and booked his first play at age eleven. His arts education started at the performing arts middle school followed by the Pittsburgh Creative and Performing Arts high school before moving to New York City at seventeen to train at the Stella Adler Conservatory. During his first year, he was accepted into the Public Theater in NYC's Shakespeare Lab where he was the youngest person ever accepted. After completing the program, he was the youngest person ever accepted into the American Conservatory Theaters M.F.A Program. Jacob has been blessed to perform several shows on Broadway and Off-Broadway, theatres in Birmingham and London, England as well as having worked in 48 of the 50 states. He has worked with Pulitzer Prize winning playwrights; such as, David Lindsay-Abaire, Jeanine Tesori, Beth Henley, Doug Wright, Quiara Alegría Hudes and Suzan Lori Parks. His most successful collaboration was with Ms. Parks on her play "Father Comes Home from the Wars". The play was won several awards including the Pulitzer, the Lucille Lortel and the IRNE. Jacob played Odesee the Dog for which he won the Lucille Lortel Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Play. He has recently turned his attention to film and television, where he has had the opportunity to work with great artists like Julie Taymor, Alec Baldwin, David Schwimmer, Andrew McCarthy, Richard Chamberlain, Zach Galifianakis, Ted Danson, Chris Noth and Brain Darcy James. He thanks all his family, friends, agents and managers for there support.

Dohn Norwood

Morehouse alumni and Indianapolis native, Dohn Norwood is making a name for himself in the Hollywood scene. His film and television credits include: Bruce Almighty (starring Jim Carrey), Mini's First Time (starring Alec Baldwin and Carrie-Anne Moss), Castle, Entourage, Without a Trace, ER, Bones, and The Closer. Dohn's background is highlighted by both his well traveled and well trained skills. After receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree from prestigious Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, Dohn went on to receive his Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of California, San Diego (one of the three most prominent schools for performing arts training in the United States). While at U.C.S.D., Dohn traveled to Dakar, Senegal in West Africa where he performed a one-man show centered on his childhood while growing up on Indianapolis' Westside. The show received rave reviews from a variety of foreign critics including those from Spain, Germany, Portugal, Argentina, and several West African countries.

At the conclusion of Norwood's stay at U.C.S.D., he moved on to Los Angeles, California where he currently resides. His first introduction to LA's performing arts world was as the role of Romeo in the Ahmanson Theatre's production of Romeo & Juliet directed by Sir Peter Hall of the Royal Shakespeare Company in 2001. Dohn has been involved in theatre and performance since the fourth grade when he took part in an after school drama club program while attending Indianapolis Public School No. 2 in downtown Indianapolis. He went on to be part of the performing arts magnet at both Shortridge Junior High School and Broad Ripple High School.

Acting is not the only career Dohn is establishing in Los Angeles. As a product of not only acting programs but many after school outreach organizations such as Indiana University's Upward Bound program (as a student) and later as a Tutor/Counselor and Drama instructor for Morehouse College's Upward Bound Program as well, it is no surprise Dohn's life has expanded to include philanthropy. Dohn not only serves as Vice President but as an instructor for The T.Y.M.E. Foundation/Boys to Men Enrichment Program centered in South Los Angeles. The T.Y.M.E. Foundation is a non-profit organization based on the principle of teaching young men excellence. "Boys to Men" is The T.Y.M.E. Foundation's youth outreach program which focuses on principles of scholastic achievement, leadership, and community service.

Having established a diverse resume which includes stage, television, film, and commercials, Dohn now faces a strong future in the film and television world. Upcoming projects to watch for include Castle, Doing the L.A. Thing, and 15 Minutes of Fame.

Brian Steele

As a child, Brian Steele knew only two speeds: full throttle and off. Perpetually hyperactive and adventurous, young Brian constantly pushed boundaries and tested the patience of his parents and teachers.

But Brian's boundless energy and ambition had no direction, growing up in small-town Highland, Michigan. But soon a few local Detroit television programs changed all that. Brian discovered "Monster Week," The Ghoul, and Sir Graves Ghastly - fright fest-y shows whose creature-characters he found fascinating.

Towering over classmates at an astounding 6'7", Brian again found himself turning to onscreen icons for inspiration; watching over-the-top physical comedy by the Three Stooges and Laurel and Hardy helped him embrace his physical awkwardness.

But lacking an outlet for his energy or any focus on a career, Brian had no direction.

In 1985 he moved to the Florida Keys, hoping to discover his dreams there. But after two years working odd jobs like bagging groceries, working at a go-cart track, and on the docks at the local marina, Brian decided to move one more time. With only $700, a duffel bag full of clothes and a 10-speed bicycle, he bought a one-way ticket to Los Angeles.

Brian's gamble paid off. L.A. loved him. Universal Studios Theme Park took one look at the awkward 24 year-old and knew exactly what to do with him; they hired him to perform as Frankenstein's monster.

When Universal was searching for a man to don the suit for the television version of Harry and the Henderson's, they didn't have to look far. Brian was thrilled to be surrounded with cast mates who helped nurture his talents as an actor. Always patient and supportive with him as he became familiar with his new job responsibilities, the cast of HATH gave Brian the confidence to cultivate his craft.

48 episodes as Harry led to a role on NBC's sci-fi series, Earth 2. Brian learned quickly about the niche in Hollywood for "creature actors." Glued, painted, Velcro-ed, snapped and harnessed into bodysuits and masks, Brian made a name for himself as the man who could bring monsters to life.

Since 1997, he has played characters tailor made to scare audiences. That year, The Relic opened the door for Brian to work with Hollywood heavy-hitters. He breathed life into villains in the Underworld Trilogy and Blade: Trinity. He's worked with acclaimed directors Guillermo Del Toro (both Hellboy films) and M. Night Shayamalan (Lady in the Water). He's taken on creatures alongside Adrian Brody, Christian Bale and Tom Sizemore. The menacing bear Anthony Hopkins and Alec Baldwin battle in The Edge? That's Brian Steele.

After over 20 years breathing life into characters onscreen, keeping each character fresh and new is easier said than done. But Brian "enjoy(s) the challenge." In 2009, he got the opportunity to portray the T-600, Terminator Salvation's latest incarnation of the Terminator.

Carlos Gómez

CARLOS GOMEZ

The Miami native, actor Carlos Gomez will be starring in the highly anticipated new television drama series "LAW & ORDER TRUE CRIME: MENENDEZ MURDER" on NBC network as Jose Menendez. The series will premiere this fall September 26 at 10/9c. Recently Mr. Gomez co-starred in the hit drama television series "Madam Secretary" as Agent Jose Campos.

On the silver screen Gomez starred opposite Ice Cube and Kevin Hart in the hit comedy sequel "RIDE ALONG 2" as Captain Hernandez. Carlos Gomez is one of the most widely known character actors and versatile performers working today. His career spans more than 20 years in film, television and theater. Gomez is one of a small group of Hispanic actors who blazed the trail for others who have since followed and succeeded. He's co-starred in over a dozen films; in major releases, such as "A Dolphin Tale 2", "Desperado", "Fools Rush In", "Enemy of the State", "The Replacement Killers", "A Day Without A Mexican", "All About Steve", "The Mambo Kings", "The Negotiator", "The Perfect Game", "A House Of Sand And Fog" and many others. Having worked with Salma Hayek, Antonio Banderas, Sandra Bullock, Samuel Jackson, Kevin Spacey, Alec Baldwin, Nicole Kidman and George Clooney to name a few.

Well known on the small screen the award-winning actor co-starred in the record breaking rating drama for 4 years on A&E network's hit show "The Glades", as Carlos Sanchez and won three Imagen Award for Best Supporting Actor and garnered him numerous Alma Award nominations. His credits include an extensive variety of roles in some of the highest rated tv shows such as "GANG RELATED", "WEEDS", "SLEEPER CELL", "FRIENDS", "NYPD BLUE", "NCIS", "CRIMINAL MINDS", "HOUSE OF LIES", "CHARMED", "BOSTON LEGAL", "GRIMM, "ER" and many more.

In theatre, Carlos completed over 300 performances as the original character of Kevin Rosario on Broadway in the Tony Award Winning musical "IN THE HEIGHTS". His two songs "Inutil" and "Atencion" were both part of the GRAMMY AWARD winning musical soundtrack. In 2016 Carlos returned to the New York stage in the critically acclaimed play "Daphine's Dive", helmed by HAMILTON's director Thomas Kail.

All of his hard working ethics and talent have brought him to such great success which will continue to take him to greater heights as he continues his career. Carlos is of Cuban descent, fluent in English & Spanish and resides in LA, NY and Miami.

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.

RaéVen Kelly

RaéVen Larrymore Kelly continues to make her celebrity count with a cause. RaéVen has had the fortune of performing in a wide range of high quality projects for film and television: John Grisham's "A Time to Kill" as Tonya Hailey with Samuel L. Jackson, Sandra Bullock, Matthew McConaughey, director Joel Schumacher; "What's Love Got To Do With It?" as young Tina Turner with Laurence Fishburne, Angela Bassett, director Brian Gibson; "Ghosts of Mississippi" as Rena Evers with Whoopi Goldberg, James Woods, Alec Baldwin, director Rob Reiner; and "How to Make an American Quilt" as young Anna, a role shared with Maya Angelou's character, also starring Wynona Rider, Ann Bancroft, director Jocelyn Moorehouse; "Blossoms and Veils" as Em, with producers Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith and director Shonda Rhimes; "Underclassman" as Qweeshawn Washington, with Nick Cannon; "Tournament of Dreams" as Slick, also starring Debbie Allen, Carl Lewis, and Tony Todd, director Don Abernathy. A sample of her credentials for television and made for TV movies include stellar performances in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" recurring as Lisa, director Joss Whedon; "Freedom Song" as Dora Charles with Danny Glover, Vicellous Shannon, director Phil Alden Robinson; "Maximum Bob" as series regular Wanda Grace with Beau Bridges, director Barry Sonnenfeld; "Ditchdigger's Daughters" as Jeanette with Carl Lumbley, Victoria Dillard; guest starring on "Even Stevens;" "Any Day Now;" "City of Angels" as Savannah, director Reginald Hudlin; "Scrooge" as young Ebenita with Cicely Tyson; "Lily in Winter" as Louetta with Marla Gibbs, Natalie Cole, director Delbert Mann; and "America's Dream" as Laura with Wesley Snipes, Jasmine Guy, director Bill Duke.

RaéVen's theater accolades include the California premiere of Regina Taylor's "Crowns" as Yolanda, director Anthony Hainey; Sara Finney-Johnson's "Mazel Tov & Black Eyed Peas" as Maya, director Adleane Hunter; and Yolanda King's "Achieving the Dream" as Lead Vocalist.

RaéVen was born in Fairfax, Virginia. Although only 20, RaéVen has a distinguished career with a hallmark of earlier spectacular performances as series regular Adlaine Harper on the award-winning "I'll Fly Away" with Sam Waterston, Regina Taylor, producer/director David Chase, Ian Sander. Her works associated with "Touched By An Angel," guest starring as Serena with Randy Travis, have been cataloged as a Christmas classic. RaéVen has also performed guest-starring roles on "E.R.," "Living Single," "Roseanne," "Sweet Justice" as Niara, granddaughter of Cicely Tyson's character, "The Sentinel," "Roc," "Maloney," and others.

RaéVen is the recipient of many awards such as The Emerging Artist Award for her television and film works, Best Youth Actress TV Mini-Series/MOW/Special for "Lily in Winter," and Best Youth Actress in a Leading Role Television Series for "I'll Fly Away." RaéVen is a NAACP National Equity Theatre Award Nominee for Best Supporting Actress 2003 in "Achieving the Dream," Hollywood Reporter Youngstar Award Nominee for Best Actress in a Mini-Series 2000 for "Freedom Song," Hollywood Reporter Youngstar Award Nominee for Best Actress in a Drama Film 1997 for "A Time to Kill," NAACP Image Award Nominee for Best Youth Performer for "A Time to Kill" and "I'll Fly Away," and Youth In Film Award Nominee for Best Actress for "What's Love Got To Do With It?," "Sweet Justice," and "Lily in Winter."

The talent of RaéVen Larrymore Kelly also as a vocalist should not be a great surprise, since her voice has been musically recorded while acting and singing in "What's Love Got To Do With It?" at the age of seven. Since that time she has recorded on soundtrack to "The Preacher's Wife," and has been in session with HB Barnum on numerous occasions, George Duke, John Williams (film music composer), and many others. RaéVen has already performed at The Grand Ole Opry and has delighted many, performing for The Stellar Awards.

Her receipt of The 2006 Omni Award for Career Achievement and as Honorary Gala Chairperson celebrates, as noted above, the distinguished entertainment achievements of RaéVen Larrymore Kelly, in addition to her academics as a College National Dean's List student and active member of a State of California Honor Society and an International Honor Society; and her Community Service Support to Pediatric Aids Foundation, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, and Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

James Wilder

Neil Young wrote that it's better to burn out than fade away. But for actor/architect/designer James Wilder neither option is acceptable. Juggling artistic mediums like the three running chainsaws that earned him notoriety on the streets of New York and Los Angeles -- and later on stages throughout Europe -- Wilder is that rare breed of artist that is not drawn to the flame of fame and fortune but rather the exhilaration of a new challenge.

Committing only to that which truly inspires him -- be it a film, TV or stage role, designing award-winning Hollywood Hills homes or an exclusive line of leather jackets and jewelry -- Wilder has been successfully merging creative spirit with entrepreneurial instincts since his early teens. It was then that he first discovered he could earn more money as a fire-eating/knife-throwing street performer than bagging groceries. And it was far more fun.

Almost always judicious in his career decisions, it's been a while since Wilder found a project compelling enough to distract him from his other ventures. But the opportunity to play a duplicitous washed up screenwriter in the soon-to-be- released indie psychological thriller "Three Holes And a Smoking Gun" (formerly titled "Three Holes, Two Brads, And a Smoking Gun") was just too juicy a role to pass up.

Co-starring Joaquim de Almeida, Rudolf Martin, and Richard Edson, "Three Holes And A Smoking Gun" has since accrued a slew awards -- including the "Grand Jury Prize" and "Best Lead Actor" (Wilder) at the 2014 Red Dirt International Film Festival, "Best U.S. Narrative Feature Film" at the 2014 Laughlin International Film Festival, and "Best Screenwriter" (Scott Fivelson) at a 2014 Downtown Film Festival Los Angeles. The film will also screen at the high profile Winter Film Awards in NYC (Feb 26, 2015) and the Garden State Film Festival (March 19-22) in Atlantic City prior to its early spring theatrical release.

Raised in the bohemian enclave of Sausalito (outside San Francisco) where he attended an all-boys advanced learning institute, Wilder's paradoxically liberal upbringing allowed for the kind of creative freedom from which his maverick tendencies were born. At the age of 14 Wilder was living in his mother's native Paris, regaling audiences with his one man show at such legendary venues as the Moulin Rouge and Lido and later on Broadway. While there, he performed with the Nouveau Cirque De Paris, the precursor to Cirque du Soleil, before making his way to LA where he lived for several years in his customized van.

It wasn't long before Wilder nabbed a role in the Broadway hit "Sugar Babies" while studying at the famed NY Actors Studio, at which he was later inducted as a member. Upon returning to LA his impressive range and determination quickly earned him a reputation as a fearless and committed actor. TV and film roles rolled in. Some were great, highlighting his scope, others not so much. But the one thing that remained constant was the recognition of his talent. From his breakout role as the troubled addict son of Ed Asner in the ABC Circle Theater presentation "Cracked Up" to his heralded star turn in the Emmy-award winning one hour legal drama "Equal Justice" (with Sarah Jessica Parker) and evocative characterization of a drug-dealing seducer on "Melrose Place," Wilder metamorphosizes with Kafka-esque ease from sleaze to tease, charming marauder to murdering psychopath and virtually every persona in-between.

His film work included such diverse projects as "Scorchers" with icons Faye Dunaway and James Earl Jones, "Flypaper" opposite Lucy Liu, and "Nevada" alongside Angus McFadden and Gabrielle Anwar. He also appeared in (starred) "The Coriolis Effect," which won The Grand Prize (in its category) at the Venice Film Festival. But it was his scorching depiction of serial killer Carl Isaacs in the acclaimed Miramax film "Murder One" that definitively thrust him into the limelight.

Wilder was featured in the pages of Vanity Fair alongside Alec Baldwin, Meg Ryan, Robin Wright, and Keifer Sutherland, GQ, Detour, and many other high profile titles. Often disinterested in the mainstream roles coming his way, he began turning his attention to the more provocative world of independent films and his passion for design and architecture.

Untrained as an architect or interior designer, Wilder's keen eye and distinct vision has transformed a dozen empty lots throughout California into panoramic living art. From gothic to baroque, sleekly modern to vintage chic, each of designs boasts a singularly unique aesthetic, one of which was recognized by HGTV as among LA's top three most outstanding properties alongside a Frank Lloyd Wright design.

Slowly the homes he built in his exclusive Hollywood Hills neighborhood have evolved into a loosely-structured artist's retreat inspired by Elia Kazan, Wilder's favorite renegade. Annie Leibovitz, Stanley Tucci, Blake Shelton, Tom Ford, Eddie Van Halen, Jesse James, and Stevie Wonder are just a few of the marquee names who have chosen his properties for photo shoots, exclusive events and long-term inspirational living spaces.

When not constructing homes, acting or designing, Wilder can often be seen searching for vintage treasures or working on one of his classic cars and Indian motorcycles.

Tony Lo Bianco

The career of actor Tony Lo Bianco is distinguished as much by its depth and variety, as by the skills and gifts Mr. Lo Bianco has brought to his work. He has appeared in numerous films, television programs, and stage performances, both on-screen and off as a writer, director, and producer. Throughout his career, Mr. Lo Bianco has collaborated with many of the brightest creative minds in the performing arts, both past and present.

On stage, Mr. Lo Bianco won an Obie Award for Best Actor in Jonathan Reynold's Yanks-3, Detroit-0, Top of the 7th. Following his memorable performance as Eddie Carbone in Arthur Miller's A View from the Bridge on Broadway, he was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Actor, and won the Outer Critics Circle Award. He also won a New York Area Television Academy Award and daytime Emmy for Hizzoner! The Life of Mayor Fiorello La Guardia.

Mr. Lo Bianco is a Brooklyn born New Yorker who enjoys the opportunity of portraying many different characters on stage, film, and television. His best known film performances are as Sal Boca in the five-time Academy Award winning film The French Connection with Gene Hackman and Roy Scheider. He starred in the cult classic The Honeymoon Killers, which French director Francois Truffaut's favorite film. He also starred in The Seven-Ups with Roy Scheider; starred with Richard Gere and Paul Sorvino in Bloodbrothers; City Heat with Clint Eastwood and Burt Reynolds; Director Oliver Stone's Nixon with the great Anthony Hopkins; The Juror with Alec Baldwin and Demi Moore; F.I.S.T. with Sylvester Stallone and Rod Steiger; Boiling Point with Wesley Snipes and Dennis Hopper; the cult classic God Told Me To; and Kill the Irishman with Val Kilmer, Vincent D'onofrio, and Christopher Walken; and La Romana with Gina Lollabrigida. Mr. Lo Bianco has done 102 films to date.

On television, Mr. Lo Bianco starred as Rocky Marciano, the only undefeated heavy weight champ of the world, in Marciano. He appeared in the mini-series Marco Polo and Jesus of Nazareth directed by the great Franco Zeffirelli. He also starred in The Last Tenant with legendary acting teacher Lee Strasberg. He has appeared over the years in several Law & Order episodes; Police Story; Jessie with Lindsay Wagner; Another Woman's Child with Linda Lavin; among many others. As a director, Mr. Lo Bianco directed several episodes of television, including Police Story; The Duke; Cliffhangers; When the Whistle Blows; Kaz; and the feature film Too Scared to Scream.

In 1963, Mr. Lo Bianco co-founded the Triangle Theater and served as artistic director for six years, during which time lighting designer Jules Fisher, playwright Jason Miller, and actor Roy Scheider, passed through its doors. Mr. Lo Bianco himself directed eight productions and produced twenty-five others.

Mr. Lo Bianco served as the National Spokesperson for the Order Sons of Italy. His many humanitarian efforts have earned multiple awards, including the Eleanora Duse Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Performing Arts; Man of the Year for Outstanding Contributions to the Italian-American Community from the Police Society of New Jersey; a Man of the Year Award from the State of New Jersey Senate; a Lifetime Entertainment Award from the Columbus Day Parade Committee; the 1997 Golden Lion Award; and the Humanitarian Award of the Boys' Town of Italy, the Ellis Island Medal of honor and is a member of the Italian American National Hall of Fame. He is a strong supporter of our men and women in uniform in the service of our country, both domestic and abroad.

Sandy Kenyon

He's known for his appearance as the navigator "Magellan" on The Twilight Zone season two episode "The Odyssey of Flight 33," which was the only story Rod Serling's brother, Robert J., worked on. He also appeared in several episodes of Knots Landing's 1984/85 season as the pastor/host of the fictional TV program "A Brighter Day" in which he was replaced by Alec Baldwin's character, Joshua Rush.

Patty O'Neil

Patty O'Neil is an actress from the Boston area. Patty is recognizable in many local commercials as well as print media appearing in ads for Revlon, TaylorMade and American Girl Doll but her personality is known for the television show The Hero starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. This exciting reality competition series set in the country of Panama presented challenges and bribes and sacrifice ending with America voting on The Hero! Patty was the winner.

You will find Patty opposite Jake Gyllenhaal and Miranda Richardson in the critically acclaimed movie "Stronger " directed by David Gordon Green and written by John Pollono. This wonderful story is of tragedy and redemption depicts the life of Jeff Bauman a tragic victim of the bombings at the Boston Marathon in 2013. Patty has a strong performance as Aunt Jenn, the tough talking and strongly protective Aunt of Jeff Bauman.

Independent films include Sheppard's Maiden and Thinking With Richard.

Patty is a self described t.v. game show "geek" and has appeared on Deal Or No Deal, Family Feud (Hallowell) and ABC's MatchGame starring Alec Baldwin.

Jack Hartnett

Jack Hartnett, a decorated combat veteran of the United States Marine Corps, has worked across the board in the entertainment industry as an actor, writer, director and producer. You've seen him from supporting to the lead in "Hitch", "Sex and the City", "Stranded", "Regresa", "Shortcut to Happiness" opposite acclaimed actors such as Anthony Hopkins, Eva Mendes, Will Smith, Blanca Soto, Jaime Camil, Erica Durance, Alec Baldwin and Kim Cattrall.

Jack was an All-American football player at Hofstra University in New York before serving his country in the Marines with tours of combat in the Gulf War and Somalia. Upon his return to New York he embarked on pursuing his passion for acting. While studying with top private coaches from The Actors Studio he also achieved an Associates in Theater Arts from the NY Academy of the Dramatic Arts. Success came quickly as Jack landed roles on every New York soap opera, numerous national commercials and an extensive modeling career that encompassed over 700 novel covers and major retail and consumer clients.

Jack made his writing and directorial debut with the short film "La Vida Blanca". The bi-lingual short, which he also produced, launched the international acting career of Miss Mexico Blanca Soto, his then wife, and garnered the New York International Independent Film & Video Festival's Best Short Film and Best Actress awards.

Jack continued to hone his new found success as a director by personally directing Blanca Soto with Chris Pratt and Scott Caan in "Deep in the Valley", then onto multiple projects in the United States and abroad garnering various acting awards for Soto.

Firmly embedded in the Latin community Jack worked alongside multiple directors to help achieve continued great successes for not only Soto but also for "Divina Confusion" and "Regresa", two feature films, as well as for the highest viewed telenovela in US history "Eva Luna".

Jack returned to the US general market utilizing all his creative skills on both sides of the camera with two short films, "Sovereign" and "Bottle in the Smoke".

The first, "Sovereign", a passion project for the former infantry officer, in which he fulfilled his vow to hire fellow military veterans who have transitioned into the entertainment industry. Joining him on both sides of the camera 33 veterans brought to life a story about veterans made by veterans.

He then returned back to his native New York and directed, co-wrote and co-produced "Bottle in the Smoke" co-starring with five-time Emmy Award winning actress Martha Byrne.

Maintaining the philosophy, taking care of those that take care of us, Jack is a proponent of advocacy for veterans and their families. He has continued to not only provide employment opportunities and career guidance for veterans but has on multiple occasions accompanied other entertainers and musicians to visit wounded warriors at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and local VA Hospitals.

Wayne Kramer

Wayne Kramer was born in South Africa, where he graduated from the Johannesburg School for Art, Drama and Music. His feature film debut came in 2003 with "The Cooler," a romantic drama set in Las Vegas and starring William H. Macy as a professional casino jinx and Maria Bello as the cocktail waitress who changes his luck. "The Cooler" was selected for competition in the 2003 Sundance Film Festival and opened the 2003 Los Angeles Film Festival. Alec Baldwin received an Oscar® nomination for his portrayal of an old-school casino boss, and won the National Board of Review's Best Supporting Actor award. The Lionsgate release also received Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild and Online Film Critics award nominations for both Baldwin and Bello. Kramer won the Special Jury Prize at the Cognac Festival du Film Policier. Kramer was nominated for a 2004 Golden Satellite Award and a 2004 Edgar Allan Poe (along with Frank Hannah) for his screenplay to The Cooler, which also received a 2003 Special Mention For Excellence in Filmmaking from the National Board of Review

Wayne followed up "The Cooler" with "Running Scared," a gritty action thriller for New Line Cinema. Paul Walker starred as a New Jersey mob foot soldier who spends a harrowing night chasing down a gun used to kill a dirty cop. The film also starred Vera Farmiga, Chazz Palminteri and Elizabeth Mitchell. "Running Scared" was released in 2006 and has since become a cult favorite among action fans.

Next, Wayne wrote, produced (along with Frank Marshall) and directed "Crossing Over," an ensemble drama about illegal immigration in Los Angeles. The film stars Harrison Ford, Ray Liotta, Jim Sturgess, Ashley Judd, Cliff Curtis, Alice Eve and Alice Braga. "Crossing Over" was released by The Weinstein Company in 2009.

Most recently, Wayne directed the black comedy ensemble "Pawn Shop Chronicles," which was released by Anchor Bay in 2013. The film stars Paul Walker, Matt Dillon, Brendan Fraser, Elijah Wood, Thomas Jane, Vincent D'Onofrio and Lukas Haas.

Wayne will next direct the dystopian sci-fi love story "Ecstasia," based on his upcoming novel, with Scott Eastwood attached to star.

Kramer's other credits include the original screenplay for "Mindhunters" (2004), directed by Renny Harlin and released by Dimension Films.

Wash Westmoreland

Hailing from Leeds, England, Westmoreland earned his college degree in Politics at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and soon after moved to America to pursue filmmaking. His most recent film, "Still Alice," starring Julianne Moore, Kristen Stewart, Alec Baldwin and Kate Bosworth, saw Moore win nearly every acting award including a BAFTA and her first Oscar. In 2015, Westmoreland was awarded the Humanitas Prize in the feature film category for the movie, an award he shared with co-writer Richard Glatzer. The duo's previous pictures include "The Last of Robin Hood," starring Kevin Kline, Susan Sarandon and Dakota Fanning, as well as the 2006 movie "Quinceañera." The latter went on to win the Audience Award and the Grand Jury Prize at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival and picked up the Humanitas Prize, and the John Cassavetes Spirit Award.

Currently, Westmoreland is adapting the Susanna Jones novel, "The Earthquake Bird," for Amazon Studios and Scott Free. Later this year, he'll go into production on "Colette," a film about the iconic French novelist and her tumultuous first marriage, with Keira Knightly set to star as the eponymous lead.

Bojan Bazelli

Cinematographer Bojan Bazelli, ASC is a master image maker working at the forefront of today's most high profile, visually progressive films.

Bazelli most recently wrapped principal photography on director Gore Verbinski's Cure for Wellness, which opens in theaters Feb. 17, 2017. The director-DP duo previously collaborated on The Lone Ranger, starring Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer and the psychological horror film The Ring.

He is currently prepping Underwater with director William Eubank for 20th Century Fox.

In 2016 Bazelli had two films open: Disney's critically acclaimed, live-action remake of Pete's Dragon, directed by David Lowery; and Spectral, a sci-fi thriller about a special ops team dispatched to fight supernatural beings who have taken over New York City.

Bazelli's long list of credits also include iconic movie-musicals: director Adam Shankman's musical Rock of Ages, starring Tom Cruise, Alec Baldwin, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Paul Giamatti, Russell Brand and Mary J. Blige; Burlesque, starring pop superstars Cher and Christina Aguilera; and the blockbuster hit Hairspray for Shankman.

Earlier features lens-ed by Bazelli, with signature color and bombast, include Bruckheimer/Disney feature The Sorcerer's Apprentice for director Jon Turteltaub and Mr. and Mrs. Smith for director Doug Liman, starring Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.

He also shot acclaimed independent films The Rapture; Deep Cover; Dangerous Beauty; King of New York (Independent Spirit Best Cinematography nominee) and Kalifornia (Best Cinematography Award at the Montreal Film Festival), each of which displays a visual range and passion matched by few.

Acknowledged for Best Cinematography in both 1996 and 1998 at the prestigious American Independent Commercial Producers (AICP) show, Bazelli's contribution to shaping the evolution of the art and technique of the American television commercial is profound. He is one of the few cinematographers to have received the honor twice since the event's inception. He is also the proud owner of Gold and a Silver CLIO awards.

He graduated prestigious Prague film school FAMU. He is a member the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) and the American Society of Cinematographers (ASC).

Bill O'Reilly

Political commentator Bill O'Reilly was born on September 10, 1949 in New York City, to Winifred Angela (Drake) and William James O'Reilly. He was born into a classic Irish Catholic family and attended private Catholic schools.

O'Reilly attended Marist College and studied history. Bill was also in the football club as a punter and wrote for the school newspaper. O'Reilly studied abroad at the University of London, and after coming home played semi professional baseball before graduating with a bachelors in history in 1971.

O'Reilly studied broadcast journalism at Boston University after some time as a teacher in Florida. O'Reilly interned with different newspapers and stations while earning his masters. In the mid 90's O'Reilly earned a degree from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard. O'Reilly's early career included anchor jobs in Scranton, Denver, Portland, Hartford, and Boston. In this time he won a local Emmy and was praised for excellence in investigative reporting.

O'Reilly worked as a WEBS anchor and won a second local Emmy before earning the spot of correspondent for CBS network news. He later worked as a correspondent and assignment reporter for ABC.

O'Reilly became a news star when he was an anchor on "Inside Addition" where he covered the fall of the Berlin Wall and the murder of Joel Steinberg. After leaving the team, he earned his 3rd degree from the Kennedy School of government in 1995.

In 1996, O'Reilly launched "The O'Reilly Factor" the show he has anchored for 17 years. Since then he has used his show to report top political stories and it has become the #1 Cable News Show on TV.

In addition to reporting the news, O'Reilly often dissects it. He has made accusations against organizations and figures for corruption, and has broken barriers in news. He often goes head to head with organizations, politicians, and celebrities in the social media. He has called out judges for court rulings he found to be poor and he has even accused people of being unAmerican.

One of his most famous rivals is the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union). In 1997, 10 year-old Jeffery Curley was kidnapped and murdered by two men. His body was molested and dumped off. The two men claimed they had gotten the inspiration from literature they had read in a library from the NAMBLA, a radical organization that condones male on boy rape and sexual contact. The ACLU then defended the NAMBLA and the men responsible. Outraged, O'Reilly used his media power to shed light on the issue.

However, his most famous head to head encounter was with organizations that raised money for 9/11 victims. Some faulty finances and numbers lead people to believe these organizations stole this money. O'Reilly publicly accused this organization and came head to head,with actor George Clooney, who claimed that O'Reilly was mistaken. Others that are often implicated as O'Reilly "rivals" are Michael Moore, George Soros, Alec Baldwin, and Susan Sarandon. He is also playfully rivaled on late night television with comics Jon Stewart, David Letterman, and Jay Leno.

O'Reilly has some core political beliefs that lean to the right, although he is a registered Independent. O'Reilly has written books and spoken about cultural traditions such as marriage, abortion, and patriotism. He has come to conflicts with Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, and George Soros on issues like these.

O'Reilly has also published books about history and politics. He lives in New York and is the father of two children. His wife Maureen and he divorced in 2011.

Frank Modica

Frank Modica was born in Brooklyn, New York.

Frank had a deep interest in Acting for a young age and was in two college short films back in the late 2000's, Frank began acting workshops in Philadelphia in 2014.

His passion, drive and focus has brought him to be part of some large movie and television productions, such as Fox TV's Gotham and HBO Vinyl (Martin Scorsese-Mick Jagger). Frank entered into the Gotham Television Series in episode 8 as a background detective. Since that episode, Gotham has made Frank a core character as a Gotham City Detective for the rest of season 2. Frank has enjoyed being in indie films such as The Streetz, where he plays a supporting role as a doctor and the movie Higher Education where he plays a Police Officer. Frank has other recent roles in other films such as the movie John Wick II with Keanu Reeves and the movie Blind with Alec Baldwin, Demi Moore and Dylan McDermott. He is starring in new films such as The Fated as Carl (Leading Role) and Red Night as Corbin (Leading Role) Starring and directed by actor Angel Salazar who was Chi Chi in the movie Scarface and who has also starred in Carlitos way. Frank has also been in other films such as A Wound In Time. Known for his wide range of acting skills he also has a trademark of Christopher Walken type delivery when acting but in Frank Modica's own style. He also is known for his versatile look from 70's hip look, Rocker look, Keanu Reeves John Wick look, Detective , Dr , Western Cowboy Gunslinger, and more. His height, slim build, facial features and medium hair length open him up for portraying a wide range various characters.

Christopher Shyer

Canadian born Christopher Shyer hails from Downsview, Ontario. The youngest of 6 children, Shyer spent years working in theater before making his television debut playing the neighborhood tom cat handyman in a Canadian soap called Riverdale (1997). In the following year he starred in the feature film The Falling at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Christopher has guest starred on numerous hit television shows on most of the major networks, including "CSI", "The Practice" and "NCIS", and had series regular roles on CTV's hit series "Whistler", ABC's "The Days" and most recently ABC's "V". Shyer also played the leading role aside Alec Baldwin and Jill Hennessy in the Emmy and Golden Globe winning miniseries "Nuremburg". Christopher's favorite starring role was in the ABC TV Movie "Phenomenon 2", based on the feature film "Phenomenon" starring John Travolta. Christopher is a series regular on Gemini Award winning writer/director Ken Finkelman's "Good Dog."

Shyer's film credits include a co-starring role aside Diane Lane and Donald Sutherland in Lionsgate's Fierce People directed by Griffin Dunne, and supporting roles with Andy Garcia in Warner Brother's "Lazarus Child", and alongside Angelina Jolie in 20th Century Fox's Life or Something Like It. Christopher has just wrapped a role as Richard Nixon in the Clint Eastwood/Warner Brothers feature film "J. Edgar", alongside Leonardo DiCaprio.

In September 2007, he made his Broadway debut in "Mamma Mia!" as Sam Carmichael, a role later performed by Pierce Brosnan in the film version of the hit musical. Christopher also played Dean Newhouse in "Going Down Swingin" for the NY Music Theater Festival that same year. A long-time student and friend of acclaimed director and teacher Larry Moss, Shyer has also studied with Lesly Kahn in Los Angeles and Deena Levy in New York.

Christopher was a co-producer of the Shocking Buckwheat Pictures award-winning short "Awkward" in 2008 and recently produced "Stupid Chainsaw Tricks" for the 2010 Crazy 8s Film Fest. In 2003, Christopher won the Leo Award for best lead performance in "The Invitation", and was nominated for a Jessie award for his work in "El Salvador" by Rafael Lima.

Nathalie Nicole

Born in Hollywood, Florida, Nathalie moved to New York to begin her professional career on Broadway in Les Miserables. She attended Professional Children's School and NYU. She went on to act in three Broadway productions most notably replacing Natalie Portman as Anne Frank in The Diary of Anne Frank after a nationwide search at the age of 13. She played Young Alma in Summer and Smoke opposite Jesse Eisenberg to critical acclaim and was awarded best dramatic actress in the New Jersey Star Ledger as Helen Keller in The Miracle Worker. Her television roles include All My Children's Bianca Montgomery in the critically acclaimed anorexia storyline and the recurring role of Sunny in John Wells' Third Watch with Bobby Cannavale. Notable film credits include Larry Clark's Bully, with Michael Pitt, Nick Stahl, and Kelli Garner, Vadim Perelman's The Life Before Her Eyes with Uma Thurman and Evan Rachel Wood, and Bringing Rain with Adrian Grenier.

Nathalie originated the role of Monica in John Guare's Lake Hollywood at The Signature Theatre and Matryosha in Elizabeth Egloff's adaptation of Dostoyevsky's The Devils at New York Theatre Workshop. She had the honor of playing Frankie Addams in The Member of the Wedding to opening night guest Julie Harris at The Ford's Theatre.

Known to top casting directors in NY and LA, Nathalie has also had the privilege of being cast in film readings with Alec Baldwin, Jennifer Jason Leigh, John Slattery, Hugh Grant, and Drew Barrymore. Her favorite experience thus far was when the late Mali Finn included her audition reel in the top 10 for James Cameron for the lead role in a project called Battle Angel which later became Avatar.

In addition to acting, Nathalie is a trained singer and has been coached by some of NYC's best vocal coaches including Liz Caplan and privately at The Metropolitan Opera. She was vocal soloist with the Boca Pops and sang at the MTV Music Awards with Michael Jackson. She has studied dance at The School of American Ballet and Broadway Dance.

Kevin Brown

Stand-up Comedian / American Actor 30 Rock (2006)- Kevin Brown- twitter@dotcom30rock Birth Date: April 4th Place of Birth: Bronx, New York

Birth Name: Kevin Brown Nicknames: Kevin Brown aka Dot Com/Uptown Kevin Brown/ Kevin 'Dot Com' Brown /30 Rock's Dot Com / Dot Com Height: 6' 5" Mini Biography Kevin is the father of Vania Brown, a senior in high school and a budding writer/journalist. He is the middle child of Bishop and Annie Pecola Brown and he has an older brother Andre (Dre') and younger sister LaShawn. Both siblings play significant roles in his organization (Mgmt.). Kevin and his brother Dre created and produced "The Uptown Comedy Club" TV show that broadcasted on FOX 5 network for four seasons (1992-1995). "The Uptown Comedy Club" was located in the heart of Harlem on 125th St and experienced National success in the 80's and 90's. He managed, taught and worked with some of today's most successful comedians, i.e. JB Smoove of "Curb Your Enthusiasm", Flex Alexander of UPN's One on One, Tracy Morgan of NBC's 30 Rock and Chris Tucker of the " Rush Hour" franchise, to name a few. Kevin attended the T. Schreiber Studio for acting and comedy after his successful run with the Uptown Comedy Club. In the Urban community aka's and nicknames are common. Kevin referred to himself as "Big Kev" to distinguish his brand. Kevin later added "Dot Com" to his "Big Kev" moniker to differentiate himself from others who use the same title. At the "30 Rock" audition, upon entering the room, Tracy Morgan recognized his homie Kevin Brown whom he had not seen for eight years. Tracy introduced Kevin to Tina as "Big Kev Dot Com" hence the moniker for the character. Kevin Brown plays "Dot Com," a Bodyguard/ Best Friend & right hand man in the famous entourage to the eccentric Tracy Jordan portrayed by Actor/Comedian Tracy Morgan. The series takes place behind the scenes of a fictional live sketch comedy series depicted on NBC starring Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin and Tracy Morgan. "30 Rock" referred to the address of the GE Building (30 Rockefeller Plaza) where NBC Studios is located until the recent name change. Personal Quotes My key to personal growth is..... never ever, ever, put all of your eggs in one basket because there are grimy little people in this world whose only job is to knock over your basket. My mantra is never be afraid of "hard work"! The difference between "Winners" and "Losers" is, losers blame others for their failures and winners blame themselves. If you want to be a success you have to be accountable! Television Awards Kevin was the recipient of the 15th annual "SCREEN ACTORS GUILD" (SAG) award, for his portrayal of "Dot Com" in N.B.C.'s "30 ROCK". Emmy Awards Nominated for Outstanding Comedy Series - 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007 Won for Outstanding Comedy Series 2009, 2008 and 2007 Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series - 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009 and 2008 Won for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in A Comedy Series 2009 Golden Globes Nominated for Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008 Won for Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy2009 NAACP Image Awards Nominated for Outstanding Comedy Series 2011, 2010, 2009 and 2008 Performance History 2012 Headlined cross country comedy tour Cast member as "Dot Com""30 Rock" - Seasons one through six 2006-present

2010-2011 Debut of 30 Rock syndication-cable and network television channels (September 2011) Executive produced and cast as Magnum in Off-Broadway stage play titled "Box," written by Fred Shahadi(September 15h- October 6 2011) Cast as Fake Dikembe Mutombo in web series titled "Fake Henrik Zetterberg" Cast in the movie "Sex and the City 2" Launched campaign to run for President and garnered support at New York Comic Con 2011 Lead performer in martial art epic DVD titled "Empty Hands"

2008-2009 NBC released web series "Livin'XL with Grizz and Dot Com" sponsored by FLIP Video on NBC's 30 Rock Cast as Jamal Parker in the web series "The Stay-At-Home Dad" Cast as U.S. Marshall Henderson in movie "Did You Hear About the Morgans?" Cast as Lance in TV episode of "Royal Pains" on USA cable channel Cast as inmate in MTV's "Human Giant" 2004-2007 Appeared in movie "The Departed" starring Leonardo Dicaprio Cast in the movie " Delirious" starring Steve Buscemi Cast in the movie "Get Rich or Die Tryin" starring 50 Cents Cast in the movie"Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen" (2004)starring Lindsay Lohan Recent "Live Comedy" Performances (Standup) Funny Bone Dayton, OH Laffs Tuscon, AZ Crackers Broad Ripple, IN Laughing Skull Atlanta, GA Laughter Lounge Warehouse, NJ Funny Farm Youngstown, OH The Improv Tempe, AZ New York Comedy Boca Raton, FL Treehouse Comedy Club Danbury, CT Gotham Comedy Club New York City, NY

As a Stand-up Comedian, Kevin was featured on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien, MTV's "Human Giant, NBC's "Last Comic Standing and BET's Comic View", etc. May of 2010 Kevin opened for Tracy Morgan at Caroline's Comedy Club in Times Square and later that year headlined at Caroline's. Kevin frequents the stage at "Ha Comedy Club Times Square. He hosted the Legendary vocalist Reverend Al Green at "B.B. King Blues Club and Grill New York Times Square". Trivia Impersonations: Tracy Morgan; Terry Crews (Old Spice Black guy) Certified Black Belt in the martial arts, highly skilled in the Judo & Wolfox Karate disciplines. Student of Bikram Yoga (Hot Yoga) What's on the horizon for Kevin "Dot Com" Brown? Launched campaign for President last year. Kevin decided to support President Obama for re-election and he will throw his hat in the presidential ring 2016.

Christopher Crabb

Christopher was born in Toronto, Canada, and began acting at the age of eight. He's starred in many commercials and movies including playing Tiny Tim in a remake of "A Christmas Carol" starring Henry Winkler. At age 15 he began filming the CBC/Disney Channel television series "Danger Bay," which ran for six years as Disney Channel's No. 1 show and aired in 80 countries.

In his twenties, Christopher moved to Los Angeles where he continued to act in television and movies. He also had a recurring role on the hit series "Life Goes On" and starred in the Showtime movie series "Rebel Highway". Christopher has starred in the films "The Last Mailman," "Three's a Crowd," and "Lights Camera YouTube". In the spring of 2015 Christopher appeared on "Entertainment Tonight" in a special reunion segment about "Danger Bay." Christopher and co-star Ocean Hellman along with creator Paul Saltzman are in development on "The New Danger Bay" for which they will both co-produce and star.

Other films Christopher has starred in, include, "AxeMan 2" and "Neva~Eh" both to-be-released in 2016, and has a national TruBiotics commercial airing. Most recently, 'Stalked by My Doctor - the return' on Lifetime where he co'stars with Eric Roberts. He also has an independent film 'All In' to be released in 2017.

In addition to acting, Christopher was a highly ranked junior tennis player, turning pro at age 16 and collecting wins over such No. 1 players as Jim Courier and Michael Chang. He continues to teach tennis in Los Angeles where his client list includes George Clooney, Alec Baldwin and Kevin Kline. He also tutored Robert Downey Jr. in the sport for his Oscar-nominated turn in the film "Chaplin," for which Christopher also served as tennis coordinator.

Tom Schanley

It all started 30 miles north of Boston, in the quaint New England coastal town of Manchester, Mass. At a young age, despite a loving family, proper upbringing and a good education, Tom decided to become an actor ---- Three defibrillator charges later, his parents threw their support behind him and the journey began.

That journey took him to school in New Hampshire, San Diego, England and finally the acting program at USC, where during his junior year, he landed his first professional role as Whit Champion, on the NBC drama series "The Yellow Rose."

After college, Tom continued studying acting with some of the best in the business: Vince Chase, Stella Adler, Winn Handman, and Roy London, to name but a few.

His body of work grew as well, including the television movie "The Alamo - Thirteen Days To Glory" with Alec Baldwin, the starring role in "The Return of the Six Million Dollar Man," and stints on shows with shorter titles like "Fame," "Dynasty," "Melrose Place," and "Lonesome Dove." (He sang "country" on Fame, ladies).

Feature films were also on the menu. Among them, "Fever Pitch," directed by the legendary Richard Brooks, "Red Rock West" (there's a story behind that one), "Courage Under Fire," directed by Ed Zwick, starring Denzel Washington and "Conspiracy Theory," starring Mel Gibson, among others.

Tom continued to exercise his theater chops as well, with notable roles in the award winning "Getting Out," at the Cast Theatre, "The Wager," at the Colony Theatre and as Mark Antony in the critically acclaimed LA Shakespeare Festival production of "Julius Caesar." Tom also spent eight years with the comedy improve troop WITHOUT A NET.

Then came the new millennium, and with it Tom's "multi-hyphenate" status. Alongside friend and actor Jon Lindstrom, Tom wrote and Executive-Produced the feature film "The Hard Easy," starring David Boreanaz, Vera Farmiga, Henry Thomas, Bruce Dern and Peter Weller. Their second script, "Head High" is currently the subject of a bidding war at two major studios - OK - "should" be the subject of a bidding war, or so they think. Tom has a number of solo projects in the pipeline as well. Among them, the un-romantic feature film comedy "Dating Tammy," and the TV pilot "Tee Time." "Saying" the lines however, is still Tom's first love and priority, and the past couple of years have offered plenty of that: "Dexter", "Criminal Minds", "Without a Trace", " The CSI'S", "The Forgotten"..... (and a really cool puppet show in Venice Beach).

Tom happily resides beach-side, Santa Monica, CA. Stay tuned.

Derek Lyons

Derek was born in London and from an early age was fascinated with film and TV. He would regularly entertain friends and family with his impersonations of famous actors of the day. He attended a local theatre school later in his teens.

Derek was fortunate enough to meet the stage and screen actor Sir Nigel Hawthorne, who was a close neighbour and friend, and encouraged him to think about working within the acting profession and generously agreed to sponsor his application to join British Actor's Equity.

Derek worked on the first Star Wars film, 'A New Hope' in 1976 - this was in fact his first job within the film business. He was chosen to appear as a Medal Bearer and Massassi Guard at the end of the film.

From this start, Derek has been able to cultivate his career in film, winning parts in many major films made in England, including, Flash Gordon, Krull, The Living Daylights, Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade plus many others. He has also worked on TV productions and was PC Craig Lovell in The Bill from 1987 to 1991. He has rubbed shoulders with many great actors, including Robert Mitchum, Julie Andrews, Jack Nicholson, Sir Anthony Hopkins, Sir Laurence Olivier, John Rhys-Davies and most recently Alec Baldwin. Derek was a close friend of the late Marvin Gaye, whilst the singer was recording his last album for Motown, `In Our Lifetime', in London.

Lester Greene

Greene has produced two short films: "Raw Footage" and "Driving Force," both directed by Award Winning Director Antoine Allen, and both of which aired on the CBS network.

The story of Mr. Greene goes way back to his days when he packed bags as a young boy in a supermarket. He would later go on to work in construction throughout his teenage years. Greene then graduated from high school and enrolled in college, majoring in English/Journalism.

He then hit a crossroads in his life. Greene wasn't thrilled at the prospect of being an English teacher so he leaned towards music because his older brother was a rising rap star. It wasn't long before he started writing and rapping his own songs. He performed on stage for a few years until he discovered his passion for acting. It seemed like a normal transition so he took some acting classes, studying with the likes of Alec Baldwin, Terry Schreiber, Matt Newton, and Mary Boyer, to name a few.

Greene soon after landed a few Co-Starring roles on Gotham, Power, 50 Central and I Am Homicide. He has also appeared in various commercials: Chase, Rogaine, FYI, MTB Bank, Peeps Delights, Buzzfeed, Crown Royal, Brooks, and many more.

He just completed a duet album with DJ Tori Fixx titled, "Cocktales" and he has three rap albums on I-tunes: "No Bush, Straight Dicks," "The Greene Room" and "The Greenehouse Effect."

Anna Myrha

Anna Myrha is a dynamic film and television actress known for her exotic, passionate performances across genres: drama, action, and comedy. Having grown up in Southern Europe and England, she studied in Athens and London before relocating to New York City to earn her MFA at the Actors Studio Drama School. Upon graduating, she spent a year at The Actors Studio in New York continuing her studies of Method acting under the guidance of such luminaries as lifetime members Ellen Bernstein, Alec Baldwin and Estelle Parsons.

Anna has worked in many award winning films including 'I am Michael' with James Franco (Sundance 2015), 'Most Beautiful Island', action thriller 'The Honeytrap', 'Day 39' (42nd Academy Awards for Student Films), World War 2 drama 'If The Trees Could Talk', and 'The Day After' a romantic comedy.

In theater she has appeared Off-Broadway in Harold Pinter's 'One For The Road', and original play 'The Wound Of Love'.

She has been a creative exec on several film, television and documentary projects including: The Muse Of Fire (Working Title 6-part, Maria Callas Project) and Alcus ( 4 Season - 10 part series about Civil Right, Crime and Music in the US). She has also co- produced the documentary film What Would Sidney Poitier Do? (A Feature- Documentary about the trials of being Minority or Female in contemporary Hollywood and society) and 'The Honeytrap' (2 season -10 part TV series about the unconventional relationship and methods of a deadly female mossad agent, and a handsome CIA operative).

In 2014, Anna established DreamWeaver Entertainment. As a producer and creative executive Anna is attached to several films in development including Big In Japan, The Hills of Havana, The Last Queen of Angels, American Grace and The Winter Queen and pilots The Working Hour (An Hour Long - Dramatic Series that upends the traditional procedural) and P.E. 2176 (A SCI -FI Series with broad International Appeal).

She has been a creative exec on several film, television and documentary projects including: The Muse Of Fire (Working Title 6-part, Maria Callas Project) and Alcus ( 4 Season - 10 part series about Civil Right, Crime and Music in the US). She has also co- produced the documentary film What Would Sidney Poitier Do? (A Feature- Documentary about the trials of being Minority or Female in contemporary Hollywood and society) and 'The Honeytrap' (2 season -10 part TV series about the unconventional relationship and methods of a deadly female mossad agent, and a handsome CIA operative).

Anna is a certified yoga instructor and an animal and human rights activist.

Barbara Scolaro

Barbara Scolaro was born in the Bronx on January 12, 1969 and spent her childhood between New York and Florida where she began acting in local theater and commercials. She moved to Atlanta to focus specifically on theater and performed in multiple productions at the opulent 'Fox Theater'. She moved West to San Diego where spent she spent several years studying at 'The Old Globe Theater'.

Once in Los Angeles Barbara's TV and film career has steadily risen working on all the major networks and with some of the top directors and producers; Ryan Murphy, Ben Affleck, Michael Bay, Jerry Bruckheimer, Tibor Takácsm, Phaden Papamichael. She has co-starred with Jon Voight, Bryan Cranston, Alec Baldwin, James Spader, Jennifer Garner and Julie Bowen. As well, she has major voiceover credits and dubs Latin soaps.

Barbara has three sisters; is of Italian / Irish decent. Her mother is from Sicily,Italy and her father's family is from Ireland.

Barry Katz

A graduate of Boston University with a degree specializing in working with the disabled, Katz originally started his career with aspirations of being a stand-up comedian in Beantown, and it was there that he performed with such established artists as Denis Leary, Bob Goldthwait, and Steven Wright; while also managing various comedy clubs in the New England area for over a decade.

In the late 80's and early 90's, he decided to quit performing and move to New York City, opening up the Boston Comedy Club in the heart of Greenwich Village. Simultaneously, he started his own management company and immediately landed 4 clients on Saturday Night Live. This gave him the confidence to expand his operation to Los Angeles where he soon after signed a 4 year overall executive producer deal with Disney to develop television shows.

After 15 successful years at the helm of his own company, in 2003 Katz merged his business with New Wave Entertainment and over the next 8 years, helped build it into a respected full service talent management, digital distribution, and TV/film production company with over 25 managers, producers, and development executives. At the end of 2011, Katz left NWE to go back to running his own company again, this time under the banner of Barry Katz Entertainment.

Katz is universally known for introducing Hollywood to some of the most extraordinary comedy artists in the business-including Dave Chappelle, Jay Mohr, Anthony Clark, Bill Burr, Wanda Sykes, Nick Swardson, Dane Cook, Tracy Morgan, Frank Caliendo, Darrell Hammond, Whitney Cummings, and Louie CK.

In the television world, he has brokered an unprecedented 100 TV development deals during his career while creating three television shows of his own (ABC's The Next Best Thing, NESN'S Comedy All-Stars, and the FOX sketch pilot Naked But Funny). Additionally, he has executive produced over 50 different TV stand-up specials, documentaries, reality & scripted series including NBC'S Whitney, Fox's Action, HBO's Tourgasm, Showtime's Brad Williams: Fun Size and Daddy Issues, History Channel's Houdini: Unlocking the Mystery, Comedy Central's Christopher Titus: Neverlution, TBS's Frank TV, the syndicated Bill Bellamy/Tim Meadows/Jon Lovitz/Vivica Fox sitcom Mr. Box Office, and 7 seasons of the Emmy nominated NBC series Last Comic Standing.

Katz started his involvement in the film business when he helped Chappelle and Neal Brennan (who eventually went on to create Chappelle Show) sell Half Baked to Universal Studios in 1997 and went on to produce several films including Employee of the Month (Starring Jessica Simpson), Good Luck Chuck (starring Jessica Alba), and My Best Friend's Girl (Starring Kate Hudson and Alec Baldwin).

In the recording business, Katz was nominated for a Grammy Award for producing Jay Mohr's last album Happy. And A Lot and also produced multiple comedy albums, including all of Cook's library which have gone gold, platinum, and double platinum, while becoming the only artist to debut a comedy album in the top 5 of Billboards national charts-twice.

Most recently, Katz' newest venture, Industry Standard, premiering # 3 in the world on ITunes, is a one-of-a-kind weekly inspirational podcast that features an insiders look at Hollywood from a totally different perspective, featuring "behind the scenes" A-list players who candidly reveal the risky decisions they made that led to the most groundbreaking television, radio, music, internet, and film content in the world. Some of Barry's guests (many who have never done a podcast before) have included Doug Herzog (President of Viacom Entertainment), Eric Tannenbaum (former President of Columbia-Tri-Star TV and executive producer of Two and a Half Men), Warren Littlefield (Former Chairman of NBC/Executive Producer of Fargo), Mike Farah (President of Production for Funny or Die), Mario Kassar (producer of Terminator 2, Rambo, Basic Instinct), Norman Lear (All in the Family, Maude, Good Times, The Jeffersons), Susanne Daniels (former President of MTV, the WB, and Lifetime), Sandy Grushow (former President of Fox Broadcasting Company), Tom Werner (producer of Roseanne, 3rd Rock from the Sun, That 70's Show) Peter Engel (Creator of Saved by the Bell), Reggie Hudlin (Former President of BET & producer of Django Unchained), Steve Levitan (creator of Modern Family), Garry Marshall (Creator of Happy Days/Laverne and Shirley & director/producer of Runaway Bride/Pretty Woman), Chris Albrecht (former CEO of HBO and current CEO of Starz), Dr Phil (# 1 daytime talk show host in syndication), and Judd Apatow (Producer of 40 Year Old Virgin, Trainwreck, Bridesmaids).

Andrea Iervolino

Andrea Iervolino, 29 years old, awarded as Best Producer at 71^ Venice Film Festival, together with Al Pacino and Barry Levinson. He was named filmmaker of the year for his roles as producer of In Dubious Battle at Capri Hollywood Film Festival 2016. In 2015 he becomes "Ambassador of Italian Cinema in the world" and "Best Italian Businessman of the world". He received many other awards during his successful career. He was named one of Variety's 2015 Dealmakers. In 2016 he awarded at ICFF - Italian Contemporary Film Festival as Best Producer and businessman. Andrea Iervolino, who has been a producer since the age of 16, produced, financed and distributed over 60 films. Co founder with Monika Bacardi of a number different production companies, he is currently, the youngest and most highly regarded Italian entrepreneurs in the world of film-making. Andrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi's AMBI Group is currently on a strong upward roll, producing and putting together many of those films that will be screened in forthcoming movie and television seasons.

PRIVATE LIFE

With his Italian-Canadian origins, he was born in Cassino, in the province of Lazio, to his Canadian-born mother Sonia and his father Giovanni, from an early age he experienced severe family hardship due to the financial difficulties his family faced. So Andrea, as a child, was forced to roll up his sleeves and work in order to be independent and not be an extra burden on his family's already laden shoulders. At the age of 15 he left home to work in a company in northern Italy and in just six months he learnt how to manage the production of theatrical shows. In September of the same year he came back to his home town and decided to produce his first film. So he started looking for small investors willing to sponsor his project, with an old kind of crowd funding, by asking people for small investments of around 50 Euros. The people decided to believe in him and give him an opportunity, especially thanks to the young boy's talents of persuasion and initiative. At the age of 16 he produced his first film, and after failing to distribute it in cinemas he invented a new distribution model, to which a name was also given: Cine School Day. The distribution strategy involved adding a film into the school curriculum, giving the opportunity to students, during school time, on payment of a reduced-price ticket, to go to the cinema in the morning and watch a film that would open the door for social debates. He therefore created a real library of films with strong social themes and proposed them to schools, complete with information brochures and ideas for debate. Sometimes, at screenings, actors and producers of the film also took part, driven by Andrea's enthusiasm. The initiative gained so much importance that even the senator for life Giulio Andreotti attended as spokesperson. In 2013, Andrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi, launched AMBI Group, an investment company who task is to provide financial backing for medium to high-budget international films featuring Hollywood names. Andrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi also founded AMBI Distribution, based in Beverly Hills, California, a worldwide sales agency that vertically integrates finance, production and distribution for AMBI Group.

ABOUT AMBI

AMBI Group produced the action-thriller 2047 Sights of Death starring Danny Glover, Daryl Hannah, Rutger Hauer, Stephen Baldwin and Michael Madsen; the Barry Levinson directed drama, The Humbling, starring Al Pacino, Greta Gerwig, Kyra Sedgwick, Charles Grodin and Dianne Wiest; and the crime-thriller Hope Lost starring Danny Trejo, Mischa Barton and Michael Madsen. AMBI produced the Sci-Fi Action Thriller Andron - Black Labyrinth, by Francesco Cinquemani starring Alec Baldwin, Danny Glover, Gale Morgan Harold III and the singer Skin. Andrea Iervolino and the director Marco Risi, in collaboration with Monika Bacardi produced Tre Tocchi, by Marco Risi. In collaboration with Paradox Studios, AMBI produced also the romantic comedy All Roads Lead To Rome starring Sarah Jessica Parker and with Raoul Bova, Paz Vega, Claudia Cardinale and Rosie Day. AMBI financed and produced with Franco's Rabbit Bandini Productions and That's Hollywood Pictures a film directed by James Franco and based on Steinbeck's gritty, realist style novel: In Dubious Battle. Starring James Franco, Selena Gomez, Nat Wolff, Josh Hutcherson, Zach Braff, Vincent D'Onofrio, Robert Duvall, Ed Harris, Bryan Cranston. Andrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi are also the co producers, together with Gerard Butler, of the film Septembers of Shiraz, with the stars Salma Hayek and Academy Award Winner Adrien Brody. The company has also recently ventured into the world of animation, with two animated features: East End and Arctic Justice - Thunder Squad and have already finalized important contracts with Hollywood stars to provide the voiceovers, such as Jeremy Runner, John Cleese, Alec Baldwin, James Franco, Anjelica Houston, Heidi Klum and Omar Sy. As of 2015, AMBI is working on Groove Tails, and has signed a deal with Jamie Foxx to provide the voice for the lead character. Andrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi, together with American Sniper Producer, Andrew Lazar, tackling Sci-Fi Thriller Rupture, starring Noomi Rapace, Micheal Chiklis, Peter Stormare, Kerry Bishé, Lesley Manville and Ari Millen, directed by Steven Shainberg. He also produced psychological thriller Lavender by Ed Gass-Donnelly and with Abbie Cornish, Dermot Mulroney, Diego Klattenhoff and Justin Long. Andrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi together with the producer Daniele Di Lorenzo, optioned the rights of Fellini's La Dolce Vita homage, thanks to the consent of Francesca Fellini and her family. In the meantime they financed and produced, in collaboration with Ipso Facto's Christine Alderson, This Beautiful Fantastic by Simon Aboud, starring Jessica Brown Findlay, Tom Wilkinson, Andrew Scott and Jeremy Irvine. On September 2015 Andrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi opened the 40^ Toronto International Film Festival with a big charity event AMBI GALA - Cinema to help the world in support of Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation which champions environmental causes and aims to combat climate change. The Gala emceed by Canadian comedian Martin Short and closing with a rare, knockout 60-Minute performance by pop legend Diana Ross. Honorary co-chiefs was James Franco and Heidi Klum. His Royal Highness HSH Prince Albert II spoke about his organization in front of many special guests such as Mischa Barton, Danny Trejo, Paul Haggis, Michael Madsen and Paul Sorvino. AMBI announced in November 2015 it had launched a $200 million film fund to finance about five feature films and about ten lower-budget films. Shortly thereafter, AMBI announced plans to remake Memento from this fund. AMBI also announced will finance and produce feature film Lamborghini - The Legend based on the life of Ferruccio Lamborghini. Andrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi hosted a private screening of the movie This Beautiful Fantastic at BAFTA, in London. Special guests of the event: Sir Paul McCartney and his daughters Mary and Stella; David Gilmore, Noel Gallagher and many others, included the director of the film Simon Aboud and the actors Jeremy Irvine and Andrew Scott. Actually AMBI Groups financed and produced To The Bone, starring Keanu Reeves and Lili Taylor and Black Butterfly directed by Brian Goodman and with Antonio Banderas and Jonathan Rhys Meyer. They will be introduced to buyers in Cannes, next months. AMBI Distribution has come on to represent international rights in Cannes to the musical starring Oscar-winner Brie Larson, Basmati Blues. Andrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi announced also they will producing and financing the biopic movie DIONNE! about the real life of the legend of the music Dionne Warwick. Andrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi financed and produced the film Future World directed by James Franco and with James Franco, Milla Jovovich, Lucy Liu, Method Man, Suki Waterhouse and Snoop Dogg. AMBI Group announced a partnership with Beijing based SinoLicensing, led by CEO Chuan "Melody" Bi, to create AMBI-SINO China. AMBI Group presented at 73^ Venice Film Festival two movies this year: The Bleeder by Philippe Falardeau, starring Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber and In Dubious Battle by James Franco. In that occasion Liev Schreiber awarded with Persol Award as best actor. James Franco and the producers of In Dubious Battle awarded with Mimmo Rotella Awards as Best Director and Best Film Production The movies attended also the TIFF - Toronto Film Festival with a Special Screening. Andrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi's AMBI Group and Silvio Muraglia's Paradox Studios financed and produced the film Finding Steve McQueen with Anthony Mastromauro's Identity Films. Also, they was revealed that Travis Fimmel will star with Rachael Taylor, William Fichtner and Academy Award® winner Forest Whitaker and directed by Mark Steven Johnson. AMBI Group produced the film The Music of Silence based on the true story of the great tenor Andrea Bocelli, starring Toby Sebastian, Antonio Banderas, Jordi Mollà, Luisa Ranieri and Ennio Fantastichini. Andrea Iervolino and Monika Bacardi with the director of This Beautiful Fantastic Simon Aboud celebrated the film with a cocktail party at the luxurious ONYX Room at the Park Hyatt New York hotel and a screening of the film attended by Sir Paul McCartney, Mary McCartney and more VIP guests

AWARDS

MAGNA GRAECIA FILM FESTIVAL 2017 Producer of the year

CAPRI HOLLYWOOD FILM FESTIVAL 2016 Best Filmmaker for In Dubious Battle

MIMMO ROTELLA AWARD 2016 AMBI Group as Best Film Production

IC-SAVING AWARD 2016 Andrea Iervolino as Best Producer and Businessman

ACTION ACADEMY AWARD 2016 Andrea Iervolino as Best Producer and Businessman

VARIETY's 2015 Dealmaker Andrea Iervolino being named one of Variety's 2015 Dealmakers

ICFF Awards 2015 Andrea Iervolino is the new Ambassadaor of Italian Cinema in the world (a TIFF event)

MADE IN ITALY AWARDS 2015 Best Italian businessman

VENICE FILM FESTIVAL 2015: MIMMO ROTELLA AWARD (a Biennale event) Andrea Iervolino as Best Producer. 71^ Annual Venice Film Festival:

POMPEI CINEMA FESTIVAL 2014 Andrea Iervolino as Best Producer

ICFF Award 2013: Best Film Production Company

ICFF Award 2014: Best Film Production Company

Ichia Global Fest Award 2014: Best Film Production Company

Capri Hollywood Award 2014: Best Film Production Company

OTHERS: ICFF 2014: Award of Excellence to DANNY GLOVER ICFF 2014: Special Award of Honour to STEPHEN BALDWIN Rome Film Festival 2013 PREMIO LARA Valeria Golino: Best Actress for the movie COME IL VENTO Rome Film Festival 2014 PREMIO AKAI Paco Reconti: Best Supporting Actor for the movie TRE TOCCHI (English Title: LIFE IS A STAGE)

Ricardo Zamudio

Ricardo Zamudio born in Bogota - Colombia. He began his acting career studying in the "Escuela de Artes y Ciencias Escenicas" with Jorge Emilio Salazar, Edgardo Roman, Oscar de Moya and Esther Farfan. When he came to New York he studied at the "HB Studio" with Uta Hagen and Gene Kaplan. He attended "the Singers Forum" with Andy Anselmo and John Albert Harris. He also collaborated with the actors Mauricio Figueroa and Yolanda Garcia in numerous Spanish productions at "the Charles Chaplin School Theatre". While he was working in roofing and construction to pay for his acting classes he joined "The Tomorrow Talent Agency" as a model for Calvin Klein, Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Cardin. 1992 "Univision" hired him as an escort for the beauty pageant contestants in "Nuestra Belleza Latina" with actor Fernando Allende and Matty. "Univision" would have him representing the City of New York in the weekly variety show "Sabado Gigante" in Miami in a segment "El Hombre de la Semana" where he would take 1st place and the prize was awarded by Univision host "Don Francisco". He returned to New York to continue his modeling campaigns and realized that modeling was a good source of money but not challenging like his true desire of becoming an actor. 1995-96 He returned to Colombia to work on one of the most popular television series at the time "Padres e Hijos" (Fathers and Sons) as "Gino" the Italian school principle. Directed by Roberto Reyes with the original cast and joining actor Manolo Cardona . He also worked on "El Dia es Hoy" (The Day is Today) as "Danilo" the corrupt boyfriend of actress Lorna Paz directed by Daniel Bautista with Dana Garcia, Jose Luis Paniaqua, Pedro Redon. 1996 He walked away with his doors already opened in the Colombian television industry knowing that he needed to continue his acting studies and to pursue his dream of working on the stage. In New York he attended "The Actors Conservatory" with Lily Lodge and a member of "The Actors Studio" and teacher from "The Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute" Elaine Aiken. While in New York he worked on the TV reality series "The Diary" as "Ricardo" directed by Yanni Stamas on the "Time Warner Channel". 1997 He formed a Real Estate and development company with his brothers that would give him the opportunity to design and develop his own projects. 1999 He joined "The Obie Award Winning Spanish Repertory Theatre" in New York City. For the last 11 years Ricardo has found his passion in theatre. His credits include "Yerma" as "Victor" by Federico Garcia Lorca and directed by Obie Award Winning director Rene Bush. One of the most successful Spanish plays in the history of the Spanish Repertory and has traveled to different theatres in the United States is "Cronica de Una Muerte Anunciada" (Chronicle of a Death Foretold) as "Bayardo San Roman'' adapted for the stage by Fabio Rubiano from the original writer and Nobel Prize recipient Gabriel Garcia Marquez, directed by Ace Award Winning Theatre, and TV/Movie Winner director Jorge Ali Triana. He also joined the Greenville Co. Theatre performing "Hot Line" as "Delivery Man" directed by Bruce Bloom "A Nite of Mime, Music, Masks and Madness" as "Lorenzo" directed by Christopher Arena. Other Theatre credits include, "Of Mice and Men" as "Lenny" "The Time of Your Life" as "Harry" "A Hatful of Rain" as "Johnny" also, he became part of the Habiscus Theatre Company and was cast in his first musical production for Broadway "Tropicana the Musical" as "Chorus Boys" Preparing for the lead role was Tony Award Winner Chita Rivera. This musical was written and produced by Emmy Award Winner Chuck Gomez. In 2002 Ricardo worked with Golden globe Winner and Oscar nominated actor Alec Baldwin in the "Master Theatre Workshop" in South Hampton and achieving the highest score for his work in the "Golden Boy" as "Joe" by Clifford Odets.

In the same year he worked in a movie musical "Isabella Rico" as "drug lord Bobby" This multi -award film which appeared in 33 festivals world wide and Won Best director and Special Achievement Award for Elizabeth Lucas. Festivals including: The Hampton's International Film Festival, The Palm Beach Film Festival, The Rain Dance International Festival in London, and The San Diego Film Festival. Other film credits include: 2005 "Molotov Samba" as "Arturo" directed by Todd Morris, 2007 "Runaway" as "Julian" directed by John Esposito, 2009-2010 "The Hit" as "Frank Lupo" directed by Michael Norton. Once a year Ricardo donates his time and work to help upcoming directors from the colleges in the New York State area to develop their films. "Del Fuego" as "Javier" written and directed by John Dean Alfone - Columbia University/City College "Papaya Lyrics" as "Ricardo" written and directed by Jaime Zevallos - Long Island University "Take me out Tonight" as "Angel" written and directed by Emily Rosdeitcher - NYU Film. Her master's thesis film, won NYU's awards for screenwriting, production and cinematography. This film was screened in over a dozen festivals in the U.S. and abroad. "Expiation" as "Adam" written and directed by Gabriel Flores - City College.

Chris Caldovino

Chris Caldovino was born in Brooklyn, NY. He began his acting studies in NYC at The Gene Frankel Theater. Chris subsequently moved to Los Angeles and quickly began building his body of work in film and TV, while continuing to study at Playhouse West under Jeff Goldblum. Chris later studied under Robert D'Avanzo at The Tamarind Theater, where he performed in a multitude of stage productions. In 2004 Chris booked the recurring role of Billy Leotardo, in HBO's "The Sopranos". Chris went on to book many more roles on TV and film, including FOX's "The Good Guys", and the film "Brooklyn Rules" with Alec Baldwin. Chris has had roles in Martin Scorsese's Oscar-nominated film "The Wolf Of Wall Street", and the film "Stealing Cars" produced by Oscar-nominee Rachel Winter of "Dallas Buyers Club". In 2015 Chris finished up a three-season stint as Tonino Sandrelli on HBO's "Boardwalk Empire", for which he received a SAG-nomination for ensemble cast. As of late Chris has appeared on network episodic TV, and has series regular roles in two pilots currently in post-production including "Dirty Dead Con Men", and "Confessions of a Hollywood Bartender".

Stephen DeRosa

Stephen DeRosa is best known for playing the role of "Eddie Cantor" on the HBO series "Boardwalk Empire". Broadway credits include the revival of "Into the Woods" with Vanessa Williams, "Twentieth Century" with Alec Baldwin, standby for Nathan Lane in "The Nance" and "Betrayal" directed by Mike Nichols. He is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama.

Declan Baldwin

Declan Baldwin began his motion picture career as a production assistant in New York City. Having completed more than forty film and television productions since then, he has worked in almost every capacity and genre. He is a NYC based producer and the founding partner of Big Indie Pictures.

His most recent feature films include: Manchester by the Sea (Exec Producer); Kenny Lonergan's return to feature film as both writer and director. Manchester received six Oscar nominations in 2016 and won two, Best Actor and Best Original Screenplay. Still Alice (Co-Producer), based on the best selling novel by Lisa Genova and written for the screen and directed by Wash Westmoreland and Richard Glatzer. Still Alice stars Julianne Moore, Alec Baldwin and Kristen Stewart. Julianne Moore won the 2015 Best Actress Oscar for this performance. Danny Collins (Exec Producer), written and directed by Dan Fogelman. Al Pacino stars as an aging rock star trying to connect with his grown son (Bobby Cannavale) for the first time. Al Pacino received a much deserved Golden Globe nomination in for his performance as Danny Collins. Captain Fantastic (Exec Producer), written and directed by Matt Ross. Viggo Mortensen received a Best Actor Oscar nomination for his role as a man living "off the grid" with six children.

Declan's television credits as a producer include Z The Beginning of Everything, the pilot episode of the new Amazon television show, two prime-time specials for NBC and the HBO Original Films production of The Laramie Project. Both NBC specials centered on the history of Saturday Night Live and were directed by the awarding winning documentary filmmaker Ken Bowser. The first of these, "Time and Again" was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Nonfiction Special. The Laramie Project was nominated for four Primetime Emmy Awards and received a National Board of Review Award for Best Film Made for Cable Television. For his efforts on The Laramie Project, Declan was one of the 2002 Emmy nominees for Outstanding Made for Television Movie, and a David L. Wolper Producer of the Year nominee at the 2003 Producers Guild Awards.

On the heels The Laramie Project, Declan served as Co-Producer on Far From Heaven with writer/director Todd Haynes and Killer Films producer Christine Vachon. Far From Heaven received four Oscar nominations in 2003 and swept the Independent Spirit Awards, including Best Feature Film. Other producing credits include Adventureland, The Dark Half, Rough Magic and many other feature films.

Declan is a native New Yorker and a long-standing member of both the DGA (Directors Guild of America) and the PGA (Producers Guild of America). His company remains a staple in Production Service work, including most of the domestic features at Amazon Studios.

Alex D'Andrea

Alex D'Andrea began his career at the prestigious NYU Film School and moved on to production and development positions at companies such as Orion Pictures and at Epic Productions, where Irwin Yablans hand-picked D'Andrea as a story editor before moving him to acquisitions and production. D'Andrea was a manager and producer at Seven Summits Picture and Management. Whilst at Seven Summits, D'Andrea also developed a feature film with Vince Vaughn's company, Wild West Picture Show Productions.

At Edmonds Entertainment Group, D'Andrea doubled as a manager and as a producer on film and television projects for close to a decade. EEG has successfully created a reputation for innovation, creativity and excellence in a fast-paced, ever-changing industry setting up over 10 network television projects and over 30 film projects with major motion picture studios.

After Edmonds Entertainment, D'Andrea formed the production company Baldwin D'Andrea, a partnership between Alex D'Andrea and Stephen Baldwin. Baldwin D'Andrea had many projects in development with all of the Baldwin brothers, from action thrillers, to docu-dramas, and zany comedies. Also included was a Western film with Alec Baldwin to direct. Alex D'Andrea and William Baldwin made an acquisition of the New York Times Bestseller "Benjamin Franklin: An American Life" by Walter Isaacson.

In addition to many TV and Film projects, Baldwin D'Andrea Productions began development on book deals with sports legends Michael Irvin and Michael "Sugar" Ray Richardson for their tell all autobiographies.

Most recently, D'Andrea started a company with managers from the UK and Toronto, in order to have a triangle management/production company. ADA & Associates Management & Productions is currently in development on the feature film "Wicked" set in London, in the vein of Guy Ritchies "Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" casting by Deborah Aquila, and slated to start in September 2011. Additionally, ADA is going to align with and develop a project with Adrian Grenier from HBO's "Entourage." They are also in development with Eyeworks on a television show staring the Crown Prince of Italy. Furthermore, ADA is in the process of making the acquisition of the book "Golden Bones" written by Sichan Siv, former US Ambassador to the UN.

Alex D'Andrea sits on the executive committee for Rally for Kids with Cancer, who's fund-raising philosophy is driven by the belief that by making a difference in the lives of children, we are making an invaluable investment in our future, community and our world. He is joined by Eva Longoria, who acts as the Rally for Kids with Cancer honorary chair.

Ken Kramer

Ken Kramer was born in 1940 in Canada, and was studying theatre in England when he met and married Sue Richmond (Sue Kramer) where they both graduated from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. They formed the Globe Theatre in Regina, Saskatchwan in 1966 as a children's touring company. By 1970, the Globe was adding adult productions, and in 1974 mounted a full adult season, including at least one new Canadian play in the lineup.

Ken acted in or directed many of the Globe's ambitious productions, including Macbeth (1985), Cyrano de Bergerac (1986), and King Lear (1986). In 1988, he was named to the Order of Canada. In 1990, he was awarded a Lifetime Award for Excellence in the Arts by the Saskatchewan Arts Board. After enormous success with the Globe Theater Ken left the theater for green pastures in Vancouver BC where he has worked steadily in movies, television and doing voice work.

As a movie actor he has been in The Fantastic Four (2005), played a doctor in a hilarious scene that found him going toe to toe with Marlon Wayans in Little Man (2006) and played Gordon Trescott in No Men Beyond This Point (2015).

As a television actor he was a series regular on A Nero Wolfe Mystery (2001-2002), played Fritz Sauckel alongside Alec Baldwin in the TV Series Nuremberg (2000). He's fought in court with MacGyver (1990), worked a case with Fox Mulder (1996) and brought Joan Rivers to tears in Tears and Laughter: The Joan and Melissa Rivers Story (1994).

Also known in the industry for his impeccable voice work - Ken brought his Shakespearean gravitas to animated features like Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. 2nd GIG - Individual Eleven (2005) and as Master Bai-Luan in Sword of the Stranger (2007) and recently did the lead voice of Asterix in Asterix and Obelix: Mansion of the Gods (2014).

Bill English

Bill English was born and raised in Honeoye Falls, NY and began acting at an early age. He attended the prestigious University of North Carolina School of the Arts acting conservatory then moved to New York City to begin his career. Bill worked on Broadway in 'Twentieth Century' alongside Alec Baldwin and Anne Heche, and in 2012 he took over the lead role of Billy Crocker in 'Anything Goes' opposite Sutton Foster and Joel Grey. He made the move to Los Angeles after landing the lead role of 'Joel' in the ABC sitcom 'Cavemen'. TV credits include several guest star roles and national commercial spots for for Raisin Bran Crunch, Coke Zero, FedEx, Dunkin' Donuts,T-Mobile and many others.

Charles Newirth

Charles Newirth most recently Executive Produced the blockbuster films Doctor Strange (2016) and Iron Man Three (2013). Newirth was also responsible for overseeing the physical production of all of Revolution Studios' motion pictures starting in 2001. He continued with Revolution Studios until he returned to working as an independent producer on the films Hugo (2011) and Zookeeper (2010). .

During his tenure, Revolution Studios released 47 films, including America's Sweethearts (2001), Black Hawk Down (2001), xXx (2002), Anger Management (2003), Daddy Day Care (2003), Mona Lisa Smile (2003), Hellboy (2004), 13 Going on 30 (2004), Click (2006) and Rocky Balboa (2006). At Revolution Studios, Newirth also served as Executive Producer on The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep (2007), Across the Universe (2007), Freedomland (2006), Christmas with the Kranks (2004), Peter Pan (2003), Maid in Manhattan (2002), The One (2001) and America's Sweethearts (2001).

Prior to joining Revolution Studios, Newirth produced 1999's sleeper hit Galaxy Quest (1999). He also produced the popular Robin Williams hit Patch Adams (1998) and Home Fries (1998) starring Drew Barrymore.

Newirth's additional credits as an Executive Producer include: Brad Silberling's City of Angels (1998) starring Nicolas Cage and Meg Ryan; Rob Reiner's true-life drama Ghosts of Mississippi (1996) with Alec Baldwin, Whoopi Goldberg and James Woods; The American President (1995), also for director Rob Reiner, starring Michael Douglas and Annette Bening and Jon Turteltaub's Phenomenon (1996) starring John Travolta. In addition, Newirth co-produced Robert Zemeckis' Academy Award-winning blockbuster Forrest Gump (1994). He also served as a co-producer on the Barry Levinson films Toys (1992), the multiple Oscar-nominated Bugsy (1991) and as an associate producer on Barry Levinson's Avalon (1990).

Raised in Scarsdale, New York, Newirth received a B.A. in Cinema from Ohio State University. He broke into the film industry as a location manager on such films as Flashdance (1983), Pretty in Pink (1986) and Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986). He later moved up to production manager on Throw Momma from the Train (1987) and RoboCop (1987) before getting his first producing credit as an associate producer on Andrew Davis' The Package (1989).

Marni Lustig

Originally from Detroit, Marni became a professional actress at age 14 when a prominent talent manager spotted her working in a play at a theater camp in upstate New York. She began flying back and forth to New York for auditions and eventually landed the leading role of Jessica Cole in "The Adventures of Sebastian Cole". Marni has shared the screen with some of Hollywood's finest stars. She's had the pleasure of locking lips with Anthony Hopkins working opposite him and Alec Baldwin in Baldwin's directorial debut "The Devil and Daniel Webster" ("A Short Cut to Happiness"), and has worked with Jesse Martin and Mariska Hargitay several times, playing a sassy New York City hooker on "Law and Order" and "SVU". Marni recurred as Cindy, the new intern, in the ABC series "Talk to Me" opposite Kyra Sedgwick and Beverly D'Angelo and co-starred as eccentric hairdresser Martini in Isaac Mizrahi's directorial debut "SuperModelHero". An accomplished singer, Marni also sings and composes music. She was discovered by Atlantic A&R in New York City and signed to complete a 5 song EP. She is currently (2010/2011) working on her new pop album in Los Angeles, Ca.

Daniel Jenks

Daniel Jenks began his acting career at the ripe old age of 7. He has been actively auditioning for commercials, television and film. He has booked commercials for Honda, Hillshire and the popular "Mayhem" spots starring Dean Winters. He booked a guest star role working opposite Zoey Deschannel on an episode of FOX' New Girl. And he recently worked with the legendary director Woody Allen on his new film Blue Jasmine feature film starring, Cate Blanchette, Sally Hawkins and Alec Baldwin. He lives with his parents and sister in Orange County and continues to work on his craft everyday. In addition to pursuing an acting career he enjoys playing baseball, football and practicing martial arts as a black belt.

Shaun Redick

With almost two decades as one of the entertainment industry's leading motion picture packagers, Producer Shaun Redick has successfully solidified himself amongst a limited number of experts in the field of feature film packaging, financing, production and worldwide distribution.

In 2017, Shaun Redick's newest feature release by Universal Pictures is the major motion picture, Get Out directed by Jordan Peele and starring Allison Williams, Daniel Kaluuya, Catherine Keener, Bradley Whitford, Caleb Landry Jones, LilRel Howery and Lakeith Stanfield.

In addition to Get Out, Redick's busy slate of projects include: producing, financing and sales agent on Zoe Lister-Jones directorial debut Band Aid, starring Zoe Lister-Jones, Adam Pally and Fred Armisen, centering around a couple who can't stop fighting and embark on a last-ditch effort to save their marriage: turning their fights into songs and starting a band, which had its world premiere at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival in U.S. Dramatic Competition; also producing, financing, and sales agent on upcoming horror thriller Malicious starring Josh Stewart, Delroy Lindo, and Yvette Yates; producing, financing and sales agent on the true crime thriller Green River Killer, which marks the feature film directorial debut of acclaimed actor Michael Sheen who will also star in the film based on his script adapted from the award winning graphic novel.

Redick's extensive level of knowledge and relationships began as a literary and international feature agent working for more than a decade with top writers, directors, stars, producers, financiers and distributors while at two of the world's leading talent agencies: International Creative Management (ICM), reporting to former CEO Jeff Berg; and the William Morris Agency, working directly with former head of WMA Independent, Cassian Elwes.

In 2009, he founded 'Movie Package Company, LLC (MPC)', utilizing years of professional, entertainment industry experience and executive deal-making in all components of the filmmaking process from creative conception and development to packaging, financing, production and worldwide distribution. Redick and MPC then produced multiple Academy-Award® nominee, The Messenger, starring Woody Harrelson, Ben Foster, Steve Buscemi and Samantha Morton; Powder Blue, starring Forrest Whitaker, Jessica Biel, Eddie Redmayne, Patrick Swayze and Ray Liotta and feature comedy I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell based on the #1 New York Times Bestseller. Redick then followed that up by producing highbrow horror thriller Nothing Left to Fear, with, and featuring original music by, iconic rock star guitarist Slash; and action thriller In the Blood, directed by John Stockwell and starring MMA fighter/action star Gina Carano along with an ensemble cast of Danny Trejo, Stephan Lang, and Luis Guzman.

In 2014 & 2015, MPC released multiple Independent Spirit Award nominee Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter, co-produced with Academy-Award® winner Alexander Payne and starring Academy-Award® nominee Rinko Kikuchi. Other MPC releases include: And So It Goes, a romantic comedy directed by Rob Reiner and starring Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton; La Bare, a documentary directed by Joe Manganiello about the history, lives and culture of the world's most popular male strip club, La Bare Dallas.

In 2016, MPC premiered Academy Award winner Paul Schrader's_ Dog Eat Dog (2016)_ starring Nic Cage and Willem Dafoe at the Cannes International Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival, as well as the well-reviewed psychological thriller _The Neighbor (2016)_, directed by Marcus Dunstan (Saw & The Collector Franchises).

Also in 2016, MPC's company partners, Shaun Redick and Ray Mansfield, along with Darko Entertainment's Sean McKittrick and Ted Hamm formed QC Entertainment, a partnership which finances and produces director-driven films. A one-stop solution entertainment finance and production company, QC develops, produces on-set, finances productions, handles sales and distribution, and everything in between.

Before founding QC and MPC, Redick was integrally involved in more than 100 movies, including: Thirteen, starring Evan Rachel Wood and Holly Hunter; The Cooler, starring Alec Baldwin and William H. Macy, which garnered an Academy-Award® nomination for Baldwin; Running Scared, starring Paul Walker; MGM's The Flock, starring Richard Gere and Claire Danes; The Upside of Anger, starring Joan Allen and Kevin Costner; Unknown, starring Jim Caviezal, Barry Pepper and Greg Kinnear; and Penelope, starring Reese Witherspoon and Christina Ricci.

Nick Loren

Nick Loren is one of the entertainment industry's most versatile talents, including a successful career as longtime Stand-in and Stunt double for film icon John Travolta, that has evolved into acting, and his new role as host of the highly rated daily morning talk show "First Coast Living," which has landed Nick an Emmy Award nomination and airs on WTLV (NBC) and WJXX (ABC) in Florida.

Nick moved to Florida from Los Angeles with the launch of Gannett Television's "First Coast Living," which features Northeast Florida's hottest personalities, news and events, in January, 2011. Since the show's debut, Nick's engaging on-screen presence as host has helped rocket the show to high ratings, airing twice a day on two major networks in the area.

Nick started out in the entertainment business in 1996, when he was an aspiring music artist who had gotten his first Hollywood gig as a stand-in for Nicolas Cage in "Face/Off," which also starred John Travolta. When Travolta's stand-in on the movie dropped out, Loren assumed the position as well. Since then, the two have become great friends and Loren literally became Travolta's shadow as his official stand-in, double and (often banged up!) Stunt double on over 18 films, including donning a fat suit for "Hairspray!" Loren developed a dual career, also appearing in roles in Travolta-starrers "The General's Daughter," "Swordfish," "Wild Hogs," "Hairspray" , "Old Dogs" and "From Paris with Love."

While continuing his 14-year and 18 film professional relationship with Travolta, where he has had the opportunity to work with many of the top directors in film including Adam Shankman ("Hairspray!,"), Pierre Morel ("From Paris With Love,"), and Walt Becker ("Wild Hogs," "Old Dogs"), among others, Loren also enjoys working behind the cameras - and behind the scenes creating and producing several projects for television and film, with new projects to be announced soon.

Nick was most recently cast for a role in the highly-anticipated feature "Rock of Ages," where he will work again with "Hairspray!" director Adam Shankman, in the film based on the Broadway hit musical. He joins a star-studded cast including Tom Cruise, Russell Brand, Julianna Hough, Alec Baldwin, Catherine Zeta-Jones and others. The project is scheduled to begin production in Miami in May, with a scheduled 2012 release.

A talented singer, in 2009, Nick scored a FMQB Top 10 single, "Forever Be Cool," produced by Chico Bennett, which received wide acclaim.

Nick and his wife Denise, a production manager for HGTV's "The Antonio Project," reside in Florida with their two children.

Pierre Perea

Pierre is a whirlwind of talent: originally from New York, culturally diverse - with European, Italian and French from his mother's side and father's Spanish, Jewish and American Indian cultures giving him great range and depth from which he draws upon along with decades of training and securing award winning performances. Yes he can be a gentleman and a scoundrel, a priest and a wall street broker - a pirate or an Admiral.

Pierre joined the acting cirque much later than most. His first movie experience was with Candice Bergen in Mayflower Madam, and most recently gaining more global exposure working on Drop Dead Diva as a Co-Star with Tony Goldwyn of 'Scandal' and lead Brooke Elliot - directed by Michael Grossman and again Guest starred on Necessary Roughness with Director James Hayman.

Perea's next opportunity, pronounced 'PEAR_EE_AY ' came alongside Rebecca DeMornay, Randy Quaid and Michael O'keefe in The Slugger's Wife, where once again he gained great experience working with notable talent. His diversity was recognized in the start of his career when he was the only talent invited back to the set of 'In the Heat of the Night' by Fred Silverman and Carroll O'Connor as two different Characters.

Pierre's chiseled features, handsomeness and charismatic charm attracted industry professionals and he was in top fashion magazines and live runway shows for GQ , Calvin Klein, International Male and worked with Elite, L'Agence, Casablanca and Ford Agencies. . He dove into acting and took Master Classes at Strasberg in Manhattan after a few years of 3 disciplines simultaneously, Theatrical at the Alliance Theatre / Woodruff Arts Center, Dorsey Studios - Stanislavski 'Method' and Commercial Acting with Don Slaton. These experiences intrigued Perea regarding the 'Art' of acting. Over the past 3 decades Pierre studied with many other teachers in different states and various techniques to continue to hone and exercise his talents. Pierre then worked on Quiet Victory, the Charlie Wedermeyer Story, as Young Charlie with Michael Nouri and Pam Dawber.

Meanwhile, he toiled in the kitchens of Atlanta - from assistant to Executive Chef at the only full service, white glove restaurant open past 10 pm. A most progressive kitchen in the states, cooking in an open kitchen - right in front of the entire restaurant - inventing new and fun ways to display culinary excellence, add showmanship and strike up lively conversations with the guests. The 'A' list of Celebrities he served in the mid 1980's is timeless. Yes, he was the beginning of the Celebrity Chef Shows that are so common now. Simply put, way ahead of his time!

Meanwhile he did many community theatre productions including the Jewish Theatre, the Alliance Theatre and did the early and award winning shows at the Actors Express, studied with the Shakespeare Company and even wound up on the big stage at the FOX Theatre in an opera called 'Tosca' working along with Jay Lesinger and Maestro William Fred Scott.

Pierre saved his money, turned down a Food & Beverage position at the brand new Buckhead Ritz Carlton Hotel and in the early 1990's moved back to NY and rented a corner, 13th floor apartment in Chelsea just blocks away from the Strasberg Film and Theatre School at Union Square in Manhattan. During his tenure at Strasberg, he has worked with amazing and legendary teachers, and performed in many Off-Broadway productions including Speed the Plow and Curse of the Upper Class.

As a part of the Strasberg family and culture, Perea is graced to be a part of the who's who list of alumni including: Marlon Brando, Marilyn Monroe, Alec Baldwin, Uma Thurman, Angelina Jolie, Dustin Hoffman, Scarlett Johansson and Callie Khourie creator of Nashville. Perea was often chosen for Scene Nights with Anna Strasberg based on in-class work, strong attendance and in depth participation levels.

Raised with 3 siblings mostly by a single mother, times were not easy.Born on April 3rd, 1962 at 1:01 am, to Yvonne Maria Teyssier, who left Pierre's biological father 6 months before he was born.After the long haul from the west coast back to her home town of Elmira, New York. Pierre's early years were spent with his mother and 18 month older brother Michael Valentine Perea in the rural Upper Appalachian Mountain Regions, She met Angelo Sabatini when he was 3 and until 11 years old - enjoyed: fishing, hiking, hunting, camping, blizzards and fossil hunting on and around the South Mountain as a part of his typical days.

However, when his mother married into the close-knit, Italian culture, "FAMILY" - to Angelo Sabatini - they moved to NYC, where Pierre, after moving to was now known as Petey Sabatini, "Petey was tall, skinny and awkward as a child and could only endure the rough play from his brother and much bigger cousins by going stealth and inventing ways to give em' childhood payback. Pierre also had to learn the ways of Ozone Park in Queens NY and Howard Beach - enjoying colourful - but loyal Family and childhood friends like - Robby 'the Rogue', Richy 'Rooster', Louie 'D', Johnny 'One Eye', Tony '2 Toes', Sal 'the Pretender' and James 'Cassidy' to name only few. During these years Pierre saw more than most kids should ever see and experience in a lifetime.

Meanwhile, Pierre and his hooky playing past time favorite was to climb the Twin Towers in Manhattan as they were being built, follow his older brother and keep watch as 'Mikey' did graffiti on the trains.When close to being caught, they toyed with the detectives that simply couldn't run as fast.

Pierre's Mother divorced in 1976, left the Queens Family in his teen age years and he was immersed once again in another diverse culture- 'the Great South' - having moved to Atlanta Georgia, USA. His mother was single and taking care of 4 children now - they had to work as a team. Even so, Pierre was always in advanced, special education classes and even though he took a whole year off from high school, when he returned, Pierre still graduated on time.

Being the bookworm that he was, Math never lied, Shakespeare enticed rhythm and prose, Whitman exposed the bombastic and Baudelaire opened his world for language and further intrinsic interpretation. His love of language ensued as he continued to find his own voice.

But life hasn't always been a dream. Since he was in 3 rd grade, Pierre dreamed of being a fighter pilot, an aerospace explorer, scientist and humanitarian. So. right out of high school he joined the United States Air Force as an Officer and Aerospace Candidate. His dreams were to transpire. He was an Assistant Kitchen Manager at TGI Fridays at the Prado in Atlanta, went to school from 6 am to 2 pm at Devry University for computer sciences to meet the prerequisites of an Officer and Aerospace Candidate.

Six months later and in the top of his National Class, tragedy struck. Pierre survived an horrific car accident when he was only 19 years old. The jaws of death were needed to pull him out. He closed his eyes and said wake me when I'm out. An amputee candidate now, a few operations later, Perea's shattered dreams of being an Air Force Pilot and his forever hopes for Aerospace Missions were destroyed.

Through the trials of his life - Pierre has chosen to live - pushing through the pain and the lost dreams, reinventing himself, falling in love with the creative world of acting, writing and directing where he found solace and further healing with intense Martial Arts training.

This driving force has fueled Pierre to never give up, always do his authentic best and embrace being a Servant leader. For his efforts, Perea has received numerous awards in acting, as well as, in his other worldly career as the only rookie to receive the Alvin B. Cates Award for exemplary skill sets, creativity and setting new professional benchmarks and standards in a commercial real estate transaction.

Although Perea's first film was MayFlower Madam with Candice Bergen, he has great hope and the drive to continue building his base of experience which has included these noteworthy celebs. Co starred with the late James Avery of Fresh Prince, on HoneyBee and working with Barbara Hershey, Jane Alexander, Michael Nouri, the late Carro lO'Connor and on set with many others including Salma Hayek, Stephen Baldwin, Bill Conti and Gabrielle Anwar.

Pierre has studied and mastered hard and soft Martial Art forms, 3rd degree Black Belt, close quarter combat, boxing and weaponry. He is an avid horseman, a proficient Polo player, created a spice line, called www.PierreSpice.com and is musically self taught - enjoying acoustic guitar, writing ballads and playing piano for relaxation and fun.

His therapy is Art in all forms - Family, Theatre, Polo, Martial Arts, Music, Poetry and sharing this love - off and on the set as he strives to be an amazing Father, a true artist and a philanthropist while maintaining his true and authentic self.

Robert Gordon Spencer

Robert was born in Tennessee. His father, Roy G. Spencer, U.S. Navy Retired, and his Mother, Mary C. Spencer, born and raised in Ireland, married over 48 years both live in Tennessee. Robert's desire to work as an actor started in college under the Direction of Broadway Playwright & Director William Snyder, a Yale MFA graduate and tenured professor. After serving in the US Navy and TN Army National Guard as well as earning a Masters degree in Adult Education, Robert closed his very successful window treatment company to pursue a management position in NYC at NYU as well as worked as an Adjunct Professor with a local Bronx College. Before moving to South Florida, from their Upper East Side apartment, Robert spent some time training at HB Studios, and worked on various INDY Films, as well as a year long stint as a Background Actor for Saturday Night Live. After working with and running into him on several social occasions Actor Alec Baldwin provided Robert with several words of encouragement. Whether or not those words where meant for it or not Robert deiced to produce his own films with his own money. This wasn't a venture Robert jumped into lightheartedly however he did learn a valuable lesson on his first short film called Expectations (2008) "Like Real-Estate, 'Pre-Production, Pre-Production, Pre-Production'". After tightening up his journey and wallet, Robert then found another unique project. After several months of back and forth, planning, and script changes Robert wrote another check or two and flew to Texas where they filmed Double Negative (2010). After a lengthy Post-Production the film was released in 2010 on David Arquette's online film distribution company, inmoo.com its successful release turned some heads and opened up meetings to the now Film Producer and Actor Robert Gordon Spencer. Chasing his passion to help college students, Robert wasn't ready to leave for LA just yet. After moving to Boynton Beach, FL, Robert secured a Senior Management position with a large University in Palm Beach. Robert then auditioned and was accepted into the Master Acting Class with Actor Burt Reynolds in Jupiter, Florida. Mr. Reynolds often compared Robert's personality and acting talent with none other than James Stewart and Garry Marshall both personal friends to Mr. Reynolds. Mr. Reynolds encouragement and uplifting comments have stuck with Robert and assisted in his decision to move his family to Los Angeles, Ca where he and his wife Elizabeth Spencer-Taylor, a Registered Nurse, reside today.

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