13 names.

Michael Mosley

Michael Mosley has been bringing characters to life in film, television, and on stage for the past decade. Mosley can currently be seen starring on the USA series "Sirens," created by Denis Leary and Bob Fisher. The comedy based on the BBC show of the same name, follows three fast, ball-busting Chicago EMT's whose chief talents are saving lives and self-sabotage. On the film front, Mosley can next be seen in MGM's HOT PURSUIT opposite Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara [to be released May 2015]. He can also be seen in OTHER PEOPLE'S CHILDREN, alongside Chad Michael Murray, Alexandra Breckenridge and directed by Liz Hinlein.

Born in Iowa City, Iowa, Mosley is an Alumnus of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York, and was a 2001 company member. Upon graduating he performed in numerous theaters including the SoHo Playhouse, Cherry Lane, and Michael Imperioli's Studio Dante. He starred in Itamar Moses', Back Back Back at Manhattan Theatre Center, and in 2010 starred as the Gentlemen Caller in Roundabout's adaptation of The Glass Menagerie opposite Judith Ivey, Patch Darragh, and Keira Keeley. The production earned a Lucille Lortel Award for Best Revival. Film credits include Touchstone Pictures THE PROPOSAL, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment's THE ACCIDENTAL HUSBAND, and Fox 2000 Pictures' 27 DRESSES. Mosley has also appeared in a host of independent features including SWIMMERS directed by Doug Sadler, where he starred alongside Cherry Jones, Sean Hatosy, and Sarah Paulson. SWIMMERS went to the Sundance Film Festival, and won the New American Cinema Award at the Seattle International Film Festival.

In 2006 Mosley booked a recurring role on NBC's "Kidnapped" opposite Timothy Hutton, Dana Delany, Jeremy Sisto, Olivia Thirlby, and Delroy Lindo. Later that year he was cast in "Alpha Mom," another pilot for NBC directed by Bill Lawrence, who would later remember him and cast him as a series regular in the 9th season of the hit comedy series "Scrubs." From 2009-10, Mosley starred as "Drew Suffin" in the farewell season of the ABC series. His role as the cynical, anti-social, med school dropout garnered him critical acclaim. He then went on to co-star as "Ted Vanderway" on ABC's "Pan Am," opposite Christina Ricci, Margot Robbie, and Kelly Garner. Other television credits include: recurring roles on A&E's "Longmire," FX's "Justified," NBC's "30 Rock," ABC's "Last Resort" CBS' "The Education of Max Bickford," and ABC's "Castle" as "Jerry Tyson," the 3XK killer. He has also held numerous guest starring roles, including ABC's "Happy Endings," TNT's "The Closer," and HBO's "Generation Kill," and "The Wire."

Delroy Lindo

On the stage and on the big screen, Delroy Lindo projects a powerful presence that is almost impossible to ignore. Alhough it was not his first film role, his portrayal of the bipolar numbers boss West Indian Archie in Spike Lee's Malcolm X is what first attracted attention to Lindo's considerable talents. Since then, his star has slowly been on the rise.

The son of Jamaican parents, Lindo was born and raised in Lewisham, England, United Kingdom, until his teens when he and his mother, a nurse, moved to Toronto, Ontario, Canada. A little later, they moved to the United States, where Lindo would graduate from the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. After graduation, Lindo landed his first film role, that of an Army sergeant in More American Graffiti. However, he did not appear in another film for ten years. In the meantime, Lindo worked on stage and, in 1982, debuted on Broadway in "Master Harold and the Boys" directed by the play's author, Athol Fugard. In 1988, Lindo earned a Tony nomination for his portrayal of Harald Loomis in Joe Turner's Come and Gone.

Though he was obviously a talented actor with a bright future, Lindo's career stalled. Wanting someone more aggressive and appreciative of his talents, Lindo changed agents (he'd had the same one through most of his early career). It was a smart move, but it was director Spike Lee who provided the boost Lindo's career needed. The director was impressed enough with Lindo to cast him as patriarch Woody Carmichael in Lee's semi-autobiographical comedy Crooklyn.

For Lindo, 1996 was a big year. He landed major supporting roles in six features, including a heavy in Barry Sonnenfeld's Get Shorty, another villainous supporting role in Lee's Clockers, and still another bad guy in Feeling Minnesota. Lest one believe that Lindo is typecast into forever playing drug lords and gangsters, that year he also played baseball player Leroy "Satchel" Paige in the upbeat Soul of the Game (a.k.a. Baseball in Black and White), for which he won a NAACP Image Award nomination. Since then, the versatile Lindo has shown himself equally adept at playing characters on both sides of the law. In 1997, he played an angel opposite Holly Hunter in Danny Boyle's offbeat romantic fantasy A Life Less Ordinary and, in 2009, a vengeful cop in an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.

Lindo graduated from San Francisco State University in 2004 with a degree in Cinema.

Trevor Goddard

Trevor Goddard was born in Croydon, Surrey, England on October 14, 1962. His parents, Eric and Clara, and baby Trevor moved to Bromley, Kent, where he grew up. As a natural athlete, Trevor was highly interested in sports. As a youngster, he played football (soccer) and cricket and enjoyed running as well as many other recreational activities. But his greatest passion was boxing. He was a light heavyweight with a 58-1-1 record out of a total of 60 fights. He had also been invited to fight in the U.S.

And come to America he did, in 1986, with a couple of his friends. Trevor and his mates enjoyed a great deal during their stay in New York. Trevor even bought a car. After three weeks of entertainment and relaxation, Trevor phoned his father and, with a heavy heart, told him "I'm going to try to make it here, Dad. I like it very much. I'm in love with the country, I like the people." His friends returned home, and Trevor remained in the U.S.

In the early '90s, he began a career as an actor. Trevor worked regularly on TV. He made guest appearances on such TV series as "Baywatch" (1989) and "Silk Stalkings" (1991). Eventually he landed a leading role as the villainous, psychotic, yet charismatic, "Keefer" in Men of War (1994), opposite action star Dolph Lundgren, as well as Kevin Tighe, Catherine Bell, Tom Wright and BD Wong. From that moment on, Trevor was usually typecast as crazy, offbeat villains. That was borne out again in the popular video-game-based motion picture Mortal Kombat (1995), in which Trevor played a criminal called "Kano". With his rugged looks, muscular physique and gruff voice, he made this "Kano" internationally famous, even providing him with an Australian accent. Although he was English-born, Trevor had quite an ability to disguise his accent as Australian, which he continued to do in voice acting roles for subsequent video games.

Trevor played supporting roles in such movies (usually action films) as Illegal in Blue (1995) (V), Yesterday's Target (1996) (TV), Fast Money (1996), Prey of the Jaguar (1996) (V), and Assault on Devil's Island (1997) (TV) in which he costarred with Hulk Hogan, Carl Weathers, Billy Drago and Martin Kove. He appeared in a few dramatic comedies such as She's Too Tall (1999) as a crazy-in-love parking lot attendant and in Some Girl (1998) as "Ravi". He appeared in an uncredited role in Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000), opposite such famous names as Nicolas Cage, Angelina Jolie, Robert Duvall, Vinnie Jones, Timothy Olyphant and Delroy Lindo, and also in When Billie Beat Bobby (2001) (TV).

Once again, Trevor achieved international fame with the popular TV series "JAG" (1995), where he appeared from 1998 to 2001 as "Lt. Cmdr. Mic Brumby". This show made Trevor a well-known personality to the world audience and greatly increased his fan base.

Trevor played his first and only leading role in Hollywood Vampyr (2002) as a gothic vampire called "Blood". His last film was the blockbuster Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003), where he utters the line "Say good-bye" to Orlando Bloom's character. Alas, "Grapple" (Goddard) was dispensed of pretty rapidly in the film.

Prior to his death, Trevor was considered to replace Pierce Brosnan as James Bond in Casino Royale (2006).

On June 7, 2003, Goddard was found dead in his home in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. He was 40 years old. Initial reports indicated that Goddard was in the process of getting a divorce and that suicide was suspected. An autopsy later showed that Goddard died from a drug overdose of heroin, cocaine, temazepam and vicodin. However, his death was ruled accidental.

Starletta DuPois

Starletta DuPois is known for her memorable work in films such as the cult classic "Friday After Next," with Ice Cube and Mike Epps, as well as "First Sunday" and Martin Lawrence's blockbuster, "Big Momma's House." Iconic producer Oliver Stone tapped her for his gritty urban drama, "South Central," and she's co-starred with many other notables including, Angela Bassett and the late Whitney Houston in "Waiting to Exhale," with Jack Nicholson and Michelle Pfieffer in "Wolf," Denzel Washington in "Ricochet," and with Gena Rowlands and James Garner in the box office smash "The Notebook," directed by Nick Cassavetes (John Q). Most recently, DuPois co-starred in the Pan African Film Festival's top prize-winning film, "Ties That Bind," as well as in "Duck" with Phillip Baker Hall and the critically acclaimed film "The Least Among You" with Louis Gossett, Jr. Television audiences are well acquainted with DuPois from her growing list of series and Movie-of-the-Week guest appearances-including a recurring role on the runaway hit "Lost" with Harold Perrineau, "Cold Case" with Thom Barry, and "K-Ville" with Anthony Anderson. ABC's "One Life to Live," "The Road to Galveston," co-starring with Cicely Tyson, "City of Angels" "Chicago Hope," "The District," "The Steve Harvey Show," "Any Day Now," "Through Hazel Eyes" with Jane Seymour and HBO's acclaimed "Strapped," and a stint as a series' regular on PBS' "Up and Coming" are among her many appearances. Her theatrical roots run deep with dozens of performances including the St. Louis Black Repertory Company productions of "Intimate Apparel," "Before It Hits Home," August Wilson's "King Hedley II"-all of which garnered prize nominations, as well as the coveted Woodie King, Jr. Award for her work as Best Actress in a Drama during the 2005-2006 season. Other notable highlights of her remarkable theatre career include "The Mighty Gents" for which she earned a Tony Award nomination and the Mark Taper Forum production of "Miss Evers Boys" (NAACP Image Award nomination). She also has the distinction of being the very rare performer to have portrayed all three female roles in Lorraine Hansberry's master work, "A Raisin in the Sun." In addition to playing opposite Danny Glover in the landmark PBS production (earning the NAACP Image Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama), she recently received much acclaim for her show-stopping turn as Lena Younger in the Royal Exchange Theatre revival production held in Manchester, England. That performance earned her the Manchester Evening News Theater Award for Best Actress Award. Recently, she was awarded both the Eternity Award by the Los Angeles Women's Theater Festival and the Living Legend Award from the National Black Theatre Festival. DuPois' uncanny talent for capturing the essence of each character has carried her abroad to perform in Rome and Japan, leaving a trail of critical raves in her wake. Her portrayals of August Wilson's timeless characters in "Fences," "The Piano Lesson," (directed by Lloyd Richard and opposite Samuel L. Jackson and Charles S. Dutton) and "Joe Turner's Come and Gone" with Delroy Lindo, were nothing less than brilliant. A Philadelphia native, she holds M.F.A. in Theatre Arts from UCLA where she graduated magna cum laude. In addition to being involved in a myriad of civic and philanthropic endeavors, she mentors inspiring artists and serves as an adjunct professor in the Theatre Arts department of the University of Southern California. During off-season she can be found on tour with her highly successful one-woman show, "Order My Steps."

Ms. DuPois currently resides in Los Angeles, California.

Scott M. Rosenfelt

Scott Rosenfelt is one of Hollywood's most successful independent producers. On the strength of such films as Home Alone, Smoke Signals, Mystic Pizza, Teen Wolf and Extremities, Scott has garnered international acclaim and recognition. Mr. Rosenfelt is currently producing The Jade Pendant, from a script he has co-written which began principal photography in October of 2015. It is the ill-fated love story of two Chinese immigrants told against the backdrop of the Los Angeles Chinatown War of 1871. Mr. Rosenfelt wrote the script for and will be producing and directing Bre-X, a feature film based on the largest gold stock scandal in the history of Canada. He has written the script, "Escape to Manila", in partnership with the Film Development Council of the Philippines, the little-known story of the boat lift of Jewish immigrants from Germany to the Philippines after Kristallnacht in 1938. Rosenfelt has written the screenplay for Lost In Beijing, a comedy to be shot in Beijing, which he is co-producing with Thomas Leong. He will also be producing and directing Bruno Sammartino: The Living Legend from a screenplay he co-wrote with Paul Guay about the champion wrestler's extraordinary life. Mr. Rosenfelt also wrote and will produce the comedy, Snow White Ladies. Mr. Rosenfelt is also the Executive Producer of The Truth As Told In Lies, a dramatic short written and directed by Ira Giorgetti. The film will have its World Premiere at the Cinemalaya Film Festival in August, 2015, in the Philippines. Mr. Rosenfelt has just finished his third year as Professional-in-Residence at Quinnipiac University. He has been a guest lecturer at the Beijing Film Academy as well as at the American University in Paris. He has been a guest lecturer numerous times at NYU, USC, UCLA, Loyola Marymount as well as the AFI. As writer, director and producer, his documentary, Standing Silent, a recipient of a Sundance Documentary Filmmaker Grant, had its theatrical release on January 25, 2013 It had its World Premiere at the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival and has played the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival along with the Doc NY Film Festival as well as having won the Best Documentary at the World Jewish Film Festival in Ashkelon, Israel. His second documentary, "7 Days In Syria", recently completed, showcases the extraordinary work of Janine di Giovanni, the award-winning journalist specializing in reporting from conflict zones who is currently covering the war in Syria as the Middle East Editor for Newsweek. Rosenfelt wrote it and is producing with Robert Rippberger who is directing. Rosenfelt will be directing the voice talent for the upcoming video game based on the movie, The Natural, which starred Robert Redford and was directed by Barry Levinson. Mr. Rosenfelt produced the indie feature film, Road to Juarez, starring William Forsythe and Walter Perez, due for release in 2015 by MouseTrap. Mr. Rosenfelt produced Coming & Going, an independent comedy starring Rhys Darby, Sasha Alexander and Fionnula Flannagan, written and directed by Edoardo Ponti, which had its world premiere on the TNT Network. Mr. Rosenfelt directed the dramatic short film, After the Denim, based on a short story by Raymond Carver. The film had its World Premiere at the Florida International Film Festival in April, 2011. Mr. Rosenfelt also directed the feature film, Family Prayers, starring Joe Mantegna, Anne Archer and Paul Reiser, which had its World Premiere at the 1993 Palm Springs International Film Festival and the 1993 Seattle International Film Festival. Home Alone is the highest grossing live action comedy of all time, generating over $1 billion worldwide. Smoke Signals was the winner of the Audience Award and the Filmmakers Trophy at the 1998 Sundance Film Festival. Mystic Pizza launched the career of Julia Roberts and went on to critical and commercial success, while Teen Wolf, starring Michael J. Fox, is one of the highest grossing independent films of all time. Extremities, starring Farrah Fawcett, garnered international, critical and commercial acclaim as well. At ShadowCatcher Entertainment, a company he co-founded in 1994, he produced Smoke Signals and The Book of Stars, as well as executive producing Getting to Know You. Written by highly acclaimed novelist/poet Sherman Alexie, Smoke Signals was the winner of the Audience Award and the Filmmakers Trophy at the 1998 Sundance Film Festival and was distributed by Miramax Films. The Book of Stars premiered at the 1999 Seattle International Film Festival and starred Mary Stuart Masterson, Jena Malone and Delroy Lindo. Getting to Know You was in the Dramatic Competition of the 1999 Sundance Film Festival as well as in the International Week of Film Critics at the Venice Film Festival. Getting to Know You was directed by Lisanne Skyler, written by Lisanne Skyler and Tristine Skyler, and starred Heather Matarazzo, Zach Braff and Bebe Neuwirth, and opened at the Film Forum in June, 2000 to rave reviews. Mr. Rosenfelt is a member of the Directors Guild of America, the Writers Guild of America and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. He is a graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.

Al Rossi

Al was born in Chicago, and received three degrees in Theatre Arts: Loyola University of Chicago (BA), University of Kansas (MA), and University of Minnesota (PH.D.).

Joined Actors' Equity at age of 20, working with Charlton Heston, Bert Lahr, and Barbra Britton at The Hinsdale Summer Theatre. Has acted in over 200 professional productions, and has directed over 100 others.

Notable stage and film performances have been with many major actors including Jessica Tandy, Hume Cronyn, Zoe Caldwell,Linda Darnell, Jack Carson, Margaret O'Brien, Joan Van Ark, Marge Champion, Wendell Corey, Leo G. Carroll,Lillian Roth,Dean Martin, Donald Pleasance, Lynn Redgrave, Wayne Rogers,Alan Alda, Mike Farrell, Blair Underwood, Delroy Lindo, Danny Glover, Sean Cassidy, Paul Winfield, John Ritter, Karen Morrow, John Kerr, Walter Abel,Nina Foch, Tony Plana, Diana Canova, Cindy Williams, Ed Asner, Hugh O'Brien, Tyne Daley, and Steve Allen, among many others.

He has been directed by and/or studied with Sir Tyrone Guthrie, Harold Clurman, Kristin Linklater, Douglas Campbell, Martin Esslin, Gordon Davidson, Bill Bushnell,Ron Sossi,Carlo Mazzone-Clementi, John Hough, Roger Rees,and Ray Danton, among others.

He is a published author of two books about his most influential mentor, Tyrone Guthrie: Minneapolis Rehearsals: Tyrone Guthrie Directs Hamlet, which chronicles the rehearsals of the premiere production of The Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis, and Astonish Us in the Morning: Tyrone Guthrie Remembered, which is a series of interviews with many distinguished actors and others who worked with Sir Tyrone. Some of them are Lord Laurence Olivier, Sir John Gielgud, Sir Alec Guinness, Dame Sybil Thorndike, Sir Alec McCowen, Sir Anthony Quayle,Sir Robert Morley, Sir John Mills, Jessica Tandy, Hume Cronyn, Stella Adler,Tanya Moiseiwitsch,Coral Browne, Paul Rogers, Arthur Hill, George Grizzard, and Len Cariou.

Al is the Head of Acting at LACC's Theatre Academy in Hollywood: the oldest continuous professional training program West of the Mississippi.

David Michael

David Michael is a talented star on the rise. David is humble and borderline shy about his accomplishments, yet certain and fiercely focused on his missions in life. His passion to achieve greatness in the entertainment industry became clear to him a long time ago while finishing up a tour of duty in the Marine Corps, Recon Unit attached to a Navy Seals unit in the "Desert Storm" war. After his enlistment and Literally digging his boots through the hot sands of IRAQ. He spent a year there only seeing 4 actual days of Combat. While ducking and dodging bullets in the Persian Gulf, he held onto to his dream of one day becoming a successful actor, it was this vision that carried him through. Upon returning to Los Angeles, David's big break came when he was scouted from an acting workshop taught by Chip Fields, mother of "Gimme a Break" and "Living Single" star Kim Fields. One role lead to another and David was on his way. In the tradition of his favorites, Denzel Washington, Gary Oldman, Delroy Lindo, and Johnny Depp, David, in Just a few Short Years has manage to consecutively grace the TV screen of some heavy weight projects, such as Lost, 24, CSI, Law and Order, NYPD Blue, The Guardian, Moesha, Clueless, Fresh Prince of Bel Air, and as a regular on the CW's The Parenthood, just to name of few.

April Yvette Thompson

April Yvette Thompson is an actor, writer and Tony-winning producer working across media. She has starred in the Off Broadway revival of "The Exonerated" (dir. Bob Balaban) with Stockard Channing & Delroy Lindo; as well as the smash Broadway hit, Clybourne Park, (Tony & Pulitzer for Best Play of the Year ). Her Off-Broadway credits include The Exonerated, Medea, King Lear and Macbeth. April's Film & Television credits include The Teacher, The Exonerated, Accidental Husband, Blue Caprice, Backwards, Phoebe in Wonderland, "Law & Order" & "Third Watch."

As SimonSays Entertainment Director of Development, April has produced Sundance Grand Jury Nominee films:Blue Caprice, Mother of George, Gun Hill Road as well as the Broadway revivals of Porgy & Bess (Tony for Best Musical Revival)and A Streetcar Named Desire.

April's second play, Good Bread Alley is in development with the support of New York Stage & Film, New York Theatre Workshop, The Arsht and Harlem Stage. Her first play, Liberty City (co-written w/Jessica Blank) was nominated for Drama Desk, Outer Critics, Lortel & AUDELCO awards during it's Off Broadway premiere at New York Theatre Workshop.

Education: Vassar College, B.A. Rutgers University, M.F.A.

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Louis J. Ambrosio

Louis J. Ambrosio ran one of the most nurturing bi-coastal talent agencies in Los Angeles and New York. He started his career as a theatrical producer, running two major regional theaters for eight seasons with such actors as Bob Gunton (1974), John DeVries (1977), Christine Baranski (1977), Maureen O'Sullivan (1977), John McMartin (1978), Rosemary Prinz (1978). He then opened his agency, with the company managing and developing talent like Annie Golden (1984), Lilias White (1987), Deirdre O'Connell, Frances Fisher(1987), Delroy Lindo (1987), Michael Cerveris (1988), Geoff Pierson (1988), Daniel Von Bargen (1988), O-Lan Jones (1989), Dean Norris (1989), Mercedes Ruehl (1989), Camryn Manheim (1989), Dylan McDermott (1989), Nancy Travis (1989), Terrence V. Mann (1989), Reg E. Cathey (1990), Jessica Hecht (1990), Michael Rispoli (1990), Marina Sirtis (1990), Daniel McDonald (1990), Michelle Phillips (1990), Julie T. Wallace (1990), Stephen McHattie (1990), Kelly Rutherford (1990), Marcia Strassman (1991), Jill Gascoine (1991), Josh Pais (1991), Peter Sarsgaard (1992), Renée Taylor (1992), Lauren Tom (1992), Paul Calderon (1992), Pamela Salem (1992), Shelia MacRae (1992), Mike Starr (1992) Michael O' Hagan (1992), Lisa Robin Kelly (1992), Charles S. Dutton (1993), Lou Myers (1993), John Carroll Lynch (1993), Amy Brenneman (1993), Traci Lords (1993), Lou Mustillo (1993), Wendell Pierce (1993), Samuel L. Jackson (1994), Vera Farmiga (1994), Paul Freeman (1994), Taye Diggs (1994), Chris Bauer (1995), Bernie Casey (1995), Lesley Ann Warren (1995), Luis Guzmán (1995), Ron Glass (1995), Steve Buscemi (1996), Janel Moloney (1996), Angela Basset (1996), Lucy Lu (1996), Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (1996), Alfred Molina (1996), Malik Yoba (1996), Sarah Brightman (1996), John Hawks (1997), Edie Falco (1998), Sylvia Miles (1998), David McCallum (1998) and a number of other high profile actors. Ambrosio has also helped develop many projects with up and coming producers and directors in the independent film circuit (2008). Louis Ambrosio manages casting director Judy Henderson, recipient of an Emmy for Showtime's hit series Homeland, as well as a number of other producers and directors (2013). Ambrosio manages Halcyon Valor Productions Inc. and film director Jamison M. LoCascio (2014). Ambrosio manages Voyager Pictures Inc. and producers Hitesh R. Patel and Ryan Guiterman.

Janelle Renee Pearson

Janelle Renee Pearson is a Producer/Actor/Writer born in San Antonio, Texas. Janelle grew up in the valley of Los Angeles, CA before attending NYU's Tisch program for undergrad, where she studied under renowned actors like Alec Baldwin, Vondie Curtis-Hall and Delroy Lindo to name a few. After graduating from NYU Janelle moved back to Los Angeles and began writing her own work, going on to produce her first short The Untimely End of Ms. Xiang early 2016. Shortly thereafter Janelle started Highly Evolved Productions LLC alongside her two partners Shannon Donahue and Sophie Labelle.

Charlotte Bydwell

Originally from Montreal, Quebec, Charlotte Bydwell moved to New York City to study dance at The Juilliard School. As a dancer, Charlotte has performed with Monica Bill Barnes & Company and Keigwin + Co, at Jacob's Pillow, the American Dance Festival, and The Joyce Theatre, among others. In 2008, she was selected to jointly represent the United States and Canada as a danceWEB Scholarship recipient at the Impulstanz Festival in Vienna Austria, one of the largest contemporary dance festivals in the world.

As an actress, Charlotte has worked with The Bats, the resident acting company at The Flea Theatre, and played Chrysothemis in their highly acclaimed production of Sean Graney's These Seven Sicknesses (dir. Ed Sylvanus Iskandar). In the summer of 2012, she was a member of the Resident Acting Company at the Williamstown Theatre Festival where she appeared on the Main Stage in The Importance of Being Earnest (dir. David Hyde Pierce) and as Vera in A Month in the Country (dir. Richard Nelson). Charlotte then completed the Old Globe / University of San Diego Graduate Theatre Program where she was the recipient of the Craig Noel Fellowship (awarded by the faculty to a student who demonstrates exceptional professional and academic promise). She has appeared in several productions at Old Globe including 'Comedy of Errors' (directed by Scott Ellis), 'Twelfth Night' (directed by Rebecca Taichman) and 'Othello' (dir. Barry Edelstein). She has also been in numerous award-winning short films and starred in the indie feature film, "Life of Significant Soil" (Best Actress Nomination at the Tampa Bay Film Festival). Her television credits include roles on ELEMENTARY (opposite Lucy Liu) and on the upcoming series THE GOOD FIGHT (opposite DelRoy Lindo). She most recently starred as the emcee in Company XIV's burlesque extravaganza 'PARIS!' and as "Vanda" in the David Ives' two-person play 'Venus in Fur' at the Virginia Stage Company.

In May 2011, Charlotte premiered her one-woman show, Woman of Leisure and Panic, as part of the 8th Annual soloNOVA Festival. The show was nominated for a New York Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Performance Art Production and subsequently translated into Spanish for performances in Mexico. It returned to NYC in August 2013 as part of the New York International Fringe Festival, the largest multi-arts festival in North America, and more recently for a run in Anita's Way (an outdoor venue in Times Square) through a residency with Chashama. The piece also toured to Philadelphia as part of the 2016 First Person Arts Festival. Charlotte's other creative works have been presented at Judson Church, 9th Space (P.S. 122), the Center for Performance Research, the Peter Jay Sharp Theatre (Lincoln Center) and the Meredith Wilson Black Box.

Charlotte has also worked extensively as a choreographer, movement coach, dance captain and fight captain on productions at the Old Globe in San Diego, at the Williamstown Theatre Festival and at theaters around New York City.

Leonard Dozier

Leonard Dozier was born in Somers Point, NJ and grew up in the small town of Pleasantville, NJ, about 7 miles outside of Atlantic City. After many years of notoriety as a basketball player, Leonard turned to acting during his sophomore year in high school after convincing the principal at his high school to pay for acting classes for him. A year later, he founded Cineplay Productions while also getting cast in Showmakers Theater's production of Bram Stoker's Dracula as the maniacal Renfield Later that year, he was cast in Showmakers Theater's riveting production of "A Few Good Men." His performance, according to director Helen Vaspoli, was "among the finest she had ever seen in her 40 years of theater." Following high school, and upon being selected as an Edward J Bloustein scholar, he was accepted to The University of the Arts, Montclair State University, the American Musical and Dramatic Academy, and Fordham University for which he chose in honor of one of his childhood heroes, Denzel Washington.

Leonard began 2012 receiving rave reviews for his starring role as the fiery and impulsive trumpeter Levee in Open Stage of Harrisburg's production of August Wilson's "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom." He previously starred in this regional theater's production of August Wilson's "The Piano Lesson." Less than a month after "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom" ended, Leonard won a silver ADDY Award for best TV and radio spot for his work with Boomtown Casino. He has been their official voice since March 2011. Moreover, audiences on a larger scale will see him reprise his role as Richard Allen in "Fever: 1793" on ABC in April of 2012. He formerly starred in the role in the first landmark film about Allen "Apostle of Freedom," which was produced by Mother Bethel AME Church, the church Allen founded along with the AME tradition. He also replaced actor Delroy Lindo as the film's narrator. The film premiered to more than 3 million people worldwide courtesy of a sponsorship by New York Jets All-Pro Tackle D'Brickashaw Ferguson. 2012 will also see Leonard in a couple of films, most notably "Turning Point" alongside Ernie Hudson, Todd Bridges, Cynda Williams and Jackie Appiah which will be released theatrically worldwide. Additionally, the indie feature "Hylo," in which Leonard stars, will be seen at a number of prominent film festivals across the country.

If you watch VH1 or MTV you may have seen him as the spokesperson for the new CollisionMax commercials. Walk into the new museum of the Union League in Philadelphia and you will witness his cameo appearance in the film "Gentlemen in Crisis." Additionally, he has become a friend of the world-premiere stage production having starred as Colonel John Mckee in "A Gift From John Mckee" about the wealthiest African-American in the country circa 1900, "Heartbreaker"at the Eugene O' Neill Theater in Waterford, Connecticut and "Battlecry," in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania--directed by Tony-nominee and Broadway's Gabe Barre with music composed by Hollywood's Paul Bogaev. He is also set to star in a stage musical about the life of the legendary Luther Vandross, written by him, for which he will play Luther in 2013. He has starred off-Broadway and has toured in a couple of shows including "A Raisin in the Sun." ,

He was the voice behind American Idol Ruben Studdard's national television promo which was seen on BET, Lifetime, and MTV. Also, his audiobook narration of Dr. Creflo Dollar's "8 Steps to Create the Life You Want" is in major bookstores nationwide. An accomplished singer/songwriter as well, his song 'This Thanksgiving' has gotten commercial radio airplay across the country. In November of 2011, he produced and directed a music video based on the song.

Cydney McCurdy

Cydney has emerged to the forefront of the casting business with over 15 years of experience in the field. She has worked on such feature films as Unchain My Heart, Sacred, With Or Without You, Kingdom Come, Living Large, Poetic Justice, Clockers, Light It Up, Trippin, A Lesson Before Dying, Stargate & Kull The Conqueror. Her cable and MOW credits include One Special Moment, Commitments, Fire & Ice , The Don King Story, The Hillside Strangler, and The Elizabeth Taylor Story.

Episodic credits are equally impressive and extensive. It's A Living, Golden Girls, Webster, True Colors, A Different World, Nurses, Viper, The Flash, Good News, Sparks, Sister/Sister, Carlos Mencia Project and The PJ's. McDonalds, Powerade and Coca-Cola have illuminated her work through nationally run commercials.

Cydney has worked with directors like Taylor Hackford, Barry Bowles, KC Amos, Carl Seaton, Buzz Kulick, Roger Spottiswood & John Schlesinger, Sheldon Epps, Terry Hughes, Sterling Macer Jr and Spike Lee, to name a few. Her constant professionalism, skillfulness and magnetism has drawn her to collaborate with such casting directors as Nancy Klopper, Jennifer Jackson-Part, Sally Powers, Robinson Ellers, April Webster, Paula Herrold, Holly Powell, Chemin Bernard, and Robi Reed-Humes.

When looking at Cydney's volume of work, it is no surprise that she has forged strong lasting relationships with actors like Anthony Anderson, Jamie Foxx, Delroy Lindo, Mekhi Phifer, Jenifer Lewis, Hill Harper, Kym Whitley, Darius McCrary, Tyrese Gibson, Harvey Keitel, Rick Fox JaNet dubois, Guy Torry and Wendy Raquel Robinson.

As the daughter of a Jazz drummer Roy Walter McCurdy Jr. and the executive secretary level 2 at Warner Bros. Patt McCurdy. Cydney comes from a long rich background in the entertainment industry, Cydney also lends her considerable skills and wisdom to other entertainment arenas through her work as a Board Member to Los Angeles' famous Jazz Bakery.

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