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Tom Holland

Thomas Stanley Holland was born in Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, to Nicola Elizabeth (Frost), a photographer, and Dominic Holland (Dominic Anthony Holland), who is a comedian and author. His paternal grandparents were from the Isle of Man and Ireland, respectively. He lives with his parents and three younger brothers - Paddy and twins Sam and Harry. Tom attended Donhead Prep School. Then, after a successful eleven plus exam, he became a pupil at Wimbledon College. Having successfully completed his GCSEs, in September 2012 Tom started a two-year course in the BRIT School for Performing Arts & Technology notable for its numerous famous alumni.

Holland began dancing at a hip hop class at Nifty Feet Dance School in Wimbledon, London. His potential was spotted by choreographer Lynne Page (who was an Associate to Peter Darling, choreographer of Billy Elliot and Billy Elliot the Musical) when he performed with his dance school as part of the Richmond Dance Festival 2006. After eight auditions and subsequent two years of training, on 28 June 2008 Tom made his West End debut in Billy Elliot the Musical as Michael, Billy's best friend. He gave his first performance in the title role of Billy on 8 September 2008 getting rave reviews praising his versatile acting and dancing skills.

In September 2008 Tom (together with co-star Tanner Pflueger) appeared on the news programme on channel FIVE and gave his first TV interview. In 2009 Tom was featured on ITV1 show "The Feel Good Factor". At the launch show on 31 January he and two other Billy Elliots, Tanner Pflueger and Layton Williams, performed a specially choreographered version of Angry Dance from Billy Elliot the Musical, after which Tom was interviewed by host Myleene Klass. Then he became involved into training five ordinary British schoolboys learning to get fit and preparing their dance routine (fronted by Tom) for the final "The Feel Good Factor" show on 28 March 2009. On 11 March 2010, Tom, along with fellow Billy Elliots Dean-Charles Chapman and Fox Jackson-Keen appeared on The Alan Titchmarsh Show on ITV1.

On 8 March 2010, to mark the fifth anniversary of Billy Elliot the Musical, four current Billy Elliots, including Tom Holland, were invited to 10 Downing Street to meet the Prime Minister Gordon Brown. It was Tom Holland who was chosen to be a lead at the special fifth anniversary show on 31 March 2010. Elton John, Billy Elliot the Musical composer, who was at the audience, called Tom's performance "astonishing" and said that he was "blown away" by it. Holland had been appearing on a regular basis as Billy in Billy Elliot the Musical rotating with three other performers till 29 May 2010 when he finished his run in the musical.

In two months after leaving Billy Elliot the Musical, Holland successfully auditioned for a starring role in the film The Impossible (directed by Juan Antonio Bayona) alongside Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor. The Impossible was based on a true story that took place during the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake. The film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 9, 2012, and was released in Europe in October 2012, and in North America in December 2012.

Tom has received universal praise for his performance, in particular: "What a debut, too, from Tom Holland as the eldest of their three lads" (The Telegraph); "Tom Holland, making one of the finest feature debuts in years" (HeyUGuys); "the excellent Tom Holland" (The Guardian); "The child performers are uncanny and there is an especially terrific performance from Tom Holland as the resourceful, levelheaded Lucas terrified but tenacious in the face of an unspeakable ordeal" (Screen Daily); "Young Holland in particular is astonishingly good as the terrified but courageous Lucas." (The Hollywood Reporter); "However, the real acting standout in The Impossible is the performance of Tom Holland as the eldest son Lucas. His portrayal is genuine, and at no moment does it feel melodramatic and forced. The majority of his scenes are separate from the lead actors and for the most part it feels like The Impossible is Holland's film" (Entertainment Maven); "Mr. Holland, meanwhile, matures before our eyes, navigating the passage from adolescent self-absorption to profound and terrible responsibility. He is a terrific young actor" (New York Times).

Tom has given a number of interviews about his role in The Impossible. In particular, he talked on video to Vanity Fair Senior West Coast editor Krista Smith and with IAMROGUE's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick. He has also given interviews to The Hollywood Reporter, to the MovieWeb, to Today Show on NBC and to other outlets. Tom's director and co-stars have also talked about him. Juan Antonio Bayona: "He had this extraordinary ability to get into the emotion and portray it in a very, very easy way. The best I'd ever seen in a kid." Ewan McGregor: "It was wonderful watching Tom who had never worked in front of a camera before, to see him really get it and grow as a film actor as he went along. He's really talented and polite to everyone. It's very easy for children to lose perspective but he's absolutely on the right road and a brilliant actor." Naomi Watts: "He has an incredible emotional instrument and an unbelievable sense of himself... Tom Holland and I had a couple of moments where we came together and I could just tell how wonderful he was and what a beautiful instrument he had. It was just easy to work with him, that was one of the greatest highlights for me: discovering a friendship with Tom off-screen and this beautiful relationship between mother and son on-screen. The intimacy that develops through the course of the film between Lucas and Maria, I just loved that relationship. I mean, Tom is a beyond gifted actor. He's just a raw, open talent that is just so easy to work with. And Tom, he's inspiring, he kind of lifts everyone's game around him because he can do nothing but tell the truth. He was great."

In his turn, Tom Holland has returned favours to Naomi Watts when he was asked to present Desert Palm Achievement Award to her at Palm Springs International Film Festival. According to HitFix: "One recurring theme of the night was how the introductions were often better than actual winner's speeches... The best intro, however, had to go to 16-year-old Tom Holland who intro'd his "Impossible" co-star Watts. Holland admitted of all of Watts' great performances his dad had only let him see "King Kong" and while they spent six weeks shooting in a water tank he didn't know it was "difficult" because he actually "loved it"... Most important, this was Holland's first film role and he sweetly noted, "From the moment I met you, you took my hand and you never let go." Cue the "awwww" from the audience." The presentation is available on video.

In 2011, Holland was cast in British version of the animation film Arrietty, produced by Japan's cult Studio Ghibli. He has provided voice over for the principal character Sho. In 2012 Tom Holland played the starring role of Isaac in the film "How I lived Now", (directed by Kevin Macdonald) alongside Saoirse Ronan. The film was released in 2013.

On 17 October 2012, Holland became a recipient of Hollywood Spotlight Award for his role in The Impossible. "We are very excited that we will be able to recognize acting talents that are on the road to discovery and stardom," said Carlos de Abreu, founder and executive director of the Hollywood Film Awards in a statement. On 6 December 2012 it was announced that Holland became a winner of the National Board of Review award in the "Breakthrough Actor" category. In the end of December 2012, Holland was voted a winner for the year's Best Youth Performance in Nevada Critics Awards.

In December 2012, Holland received a number of nominations for his role in The Impossible: for the 18th annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards, in the "Best Young Acror/Acress" category; for Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 2012 in the "Most Promising Performer" category; for the 27th Goya Awards in the "Best New Actor" category; for the Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Awards 2012 in the "Best Youth Performance" category; for the London Film Critics Circle Awards 2012 in the "Young British Performer of the Year" category.

Kristopher Tapley, Editor-at-Large of HitFix, reported on 27 August 2012 that Summit Entertainment, the company responsible for distribution of The Impossible in USA, would be campaigning Holland rather than McGregor as the lead, and strongly argued that Tom Holland deserved to be nominated for an Academy Award in the Best Actor category. The fact of long-listing for an Academy Award was confirmed in the article in the Hollywood Reporter: "And though McGregor stars as his father in the film, Holland has been submitted as the lead actor for awards consideration. Regardless if he receives any nominations, his performance as the strong-willed and determined eldest son is garnering critical acclaim."

As one of the most promising young actors, Holland was featured in Screen International's "UK Stars of Tomorrow - 2012" and in Variety's "Youth Impact Report 2012". Holland has been signed up by William Morris Endeavor (WME) global talent agency and is represented by Curtis Brown literary and talent agency.

In 2015, Tom was cast as Peter Parker/Spider-Man in Sony and Marvel's films. He played the role starting with Captain America: Civil War and the Spider-Man: Homecoming.

Abigail Breslin

Academy Award-nominated actress Abigail Breslin is one of the most sought-after actors of her generation. Her unique and charismatic talents have contributed to her versatile roles in both comedy and drama.

Recently, Breslin headlined the first season of the horror-comedy series, Scream Queens, opposite Emma Roberts, Lea Michele and Jamie Lee Curtis, and starred in the coveted role of "Baby" in ABC/Lionsgate's recreation of the pop-culture classic, Dirty Dancing.

Abigail Kathleen Breslin was born in New York City, New York, to Kim and Michael Breslin, a telecommunications expert and consultant. She has two sibling, Ryan Breslin and Spencer Breslin, who is also an actor. She is of Irish, Austrian Jewish, and English descent.

Abigial has acted since she was a small child. She is widely recognized for her role in the critically-acclaimed Little Miss Sunshine, the irreverent, antic comedy which created a sensation at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival, Breslin played the role of "Olive", an ambitious young girl who is obsessed with winning a beauty pageant. For her performance, she received a Best Actress Award from the Tokyo International Film Festival and was nominated for an Academy Award, SAG and BAFTA Best Supporting Actress awards. In addition, she was honored as ShoWest's "Female Star of Tomorrow" in 2008, and made her Broadway debut in 2010 in "The Miracle Worker".

Her many credits include Ender's Game, Haunter, The Call, Rango, Janie Jones, Zombieland, My Sister's Keeper, New Year's Eve, Raising Helen, The Ultimate Gift, The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause, No Reservations, Definitely, Maybe, Nim's Island, Kit Kittredge: An American Girl and M. Night Shyamalan's 2002 film, Signs, opposite Mel Gibson.

Breslin was seen in The Weinstein Company film, August: Osage County, opposite Meryl Streep, Ewan McGregor, Julia Roberts, Sam Shepard, Dermot Mulroney and Juliette Lewis. She starred in the coveted role of "Jean Fordham", the daughter of Julia Roberts' and Ewan McGregor's characters.

She starred in the Lionsgate film, Maggie, opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger. The film follows a teenage girl (Breslin) from a small town in the Midwest, who becomes infected by a disease that slowly turns her into a zombie. The film premiered at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival in New York and was released on May 8, 2015.

In October of 2015, Harper Collins published Breslin's first book, "This May Sound Crazy". The book is based on her popular Tumblr "Mixtapes & Winter Coats", in which she writes honest, funny and emotional observations on her daily life as a young adult.

Ewen Bremner

Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, Ewen Bremner has worked with many of the most respected directors in world cinema, including Danny Boyle, Mike Leigh, Ridley Scott, Joon-Ho Bong, Werner Herzog and Woody Allen. Ewen has established himself by creating unique characters in critically acclaimed films, as well as going toe to toe with many of Hollywood's biggest stars.

Bremner had worked widely in theatre, television, and film for years before being cast in his breakout role in Trainspotting, by Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle. Having originated the role of Mark Renton in Edinburgh's Traverse Theatre production, Bremner then made waves opposite Ewan McGregor playing Spud Murphy and earned screen immortality with his character's infamous "speed fueled" job interview scene.

Prior to Trainspotting, Bremner gave a striking performance in Mike Leigh's Naked, starring opposite David Thewlis. In 1999, Bremner received critical acclaim for his portrayal of a schizophrenic man living with his dysfunctional family in Harmony Korine's Julien Donkey-Boy. Filmed strictly in accordance with the ultra-realist tenants of Lars Von Trier's Dogma 95 movement and starring opposite Werner Herzog, Bremner played Julien its eponymous hero, requiring him to assume an American accent. He then worked with director Michael Bay in his high-profile 2001 war film Pearl Harbor, proving his versatility once again by portraying the role of a wholeheartedly patriotic American soldier fighting in WWII. The following year, he stepped back into fatigues for a supporting role in Ridley Scott's Black Hawk Down, while rounding out the next several years with roles in high-profile Hollywood releases such as The Rundown, Disney's Around the World in 80 Days, AVP: Alien vs. Predator Woody Allen's Match Point, the comedy Death at a Funeral directed by Frank Oz, and Fool's Gold starring Matthew McConaughey and Kate Hudson.

This past year proved to be a busy one when Bremner was invited to join the DC Universe in the Zack Snyder-produced feature Wonder Woman, directed by Patty Jenkins, co-starring Gal Gadot and Chris Pine, and set for release by Warner Bros. in the summer of 2017. Ewen would also reprise his unforgettable role as "Spud" in the highly-anticipated sequel to Danny Boyle's cult classic, T2: Trainspotting, for Sony due out early 2017. He rounded out the year with the feature The Lake, produced by Luc Besson.

Currently (2017), Bremner is filming the TNT Drama Series Will with Shekhar Kapur, produced by Craig Pearce, whose writing credits include the feature films The Great Gatsby, Moulin Rouge, Romeo + Juliet and Strictly Ballroom. The series will tell the story of the lost years of young William Shakespeare after his arrival to London in 1589.

Other notable film credits include Woody Allen's You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, David Mackenzie's Perfect Sense starring again alongside Ewan McGregor, Great Expectations directed by Mike Newell, Bryan Singer's Jack the Giant Slayer, and Snowpiercer directed by Bong Joon-Ho and starring opposite Chris Evans and Tilda Swinton. Further credits include Exodus: Gods and Kings, Wide Open Spaces, Mojo, Mediator, Faintheart, Hallam Foe, Sixteen Years of Alcohol, and Snatch.

In television, Ewen has worked on many acclaimed productions including David Hare's Worriker trilogy starring Bill Nighy for BBC, Jimmy McGovern's Moving On and also his Australian mini-series Banished, Strike Back for Sky TV, Dominic Savage's Dive, the Dylan Thomas biopic, A Poet In New York and the adaptation of Day of the Triffids for the BBC. Other noteworthy series appearances include portraying legendary surrealist Salvador Dali in the U.K. television drama Surrealissimo: The Trial of Salvador Dali, and a guest spot on the successful NBC series, My Name is Earl.

Ewen has worked extensively in theatre and his credits include God of Hell (Donmar Warehouse), Damascus (Traverse), Trainspotting (Citizens/Traverse/Bush Theatres), The Present (Bush Theatre), Gormenghast (Lyric Hammersmith), Bright Light Shinning (Bush Theatre) and Conquest of the South Pole (Traverse/Royal Court) among others.

He currently spends his time between Scotland and New York.

Ayelet Zurer

Ayelet Zurer is one of Israel's most acclaimed actresses. She was born in Tel Aviv, and first garnered the attention of Hollywood when she was cast by Steven Spielberg in her first English-speaking role, as Eric Bana's character's wife in the Oscar® nominated film Munich. Since arriving in the United States, Zurer has starred in Studio films including Sony Pictures' Vantage Point with Dennis Quaid and William Hurt, Samuel Goldwyn's Fugitive Pieces opposite Stephen Dillane, Paul Schrader's Adam Resurrected opposite Jeff Goldblum and Willem Dafoe. Ron Howard's Angeles and Demons, opposite Tom Hanks, Darling Companion, a Lawrence Kasdan ensemble cast featuring Diane Keaton, Kevin Kline and Warner Bros. Man Of Steel opposite Russell Crow. She filmed Rodrigo Garcia, Last days in the desert opposite Ewan McGregor, as well as awaiting the release of the movie The Last Knights by the Japanese director Kazuaki Kiriya opposite Clive Owen.

She recently won the Gold Nymph Award for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series at the 54th Festival of Television of Monte-Carlo for her role in the series "Hostages". Ayelet won the Israeli Film And T.V Academy Award for her lead performance in Nina's Tragedies. She also received nominations for her work in the features Only Dogs Run Free, The Dybbuk from the Holy Apple Field, Desperado, and Rutenberg. She won the Haifa International Film Festival critic award and was awarded a star on Haifa's "film boulevard," for her international and local achievements. Zurer also won the Israeli Television Academy Award for her lead performance in "In Treatment," a highly acclaimed television series that has been adapted by HBO for American television. In 2014 She was nominated apposite herself in the year's best drama "Shtisel", but won best actress in a drama for her portrayal of a brilliant surgeon faced with the life and death dilemma in Hostages, sold to BBC4 and Canal Plus, and as a format to the American ABC. The "face " of one of Israel leading woman fashion companies- GOLBARY. She is a producer, a writer, an illustrator of two adult books, "Shorts" and the best seller "Badolina" by Gabi Nitazn. Ayelet has been developing a few of her own projects in Israel and the u.s. expressing interest in working internationally with directors from all over the world, believing in joining unknown writers/directors as well as known ones.

Rodrigo Santoro

One of Brazil's most talented and famous actors, Rodrigo Junqueira dos Reis Santoro was born in Petrópolis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to Maria José Junqueira dos Reis, an artist, and Francesco Santoro, an engineer. His father is Italian, while his mother, who is Brazilian, has Portuguese ancestry.

Santoro is known for his performance in Warner Bros. 300, based on the Frank Miller's graphic novel, which broke box office records throughout the world. Rodrigo starred as Xerxes, the Persian King who sent his massive army to conquer Greece in 480 B.C. He was nominated for an MTV Movie Award for Best Villain. Rodrigo has also gained attention for his role of Paulo in ABC's hit series Lost.

In 2008, Santoro was featured in writer/director David Mamet's film Redbelt, the story of Mike Terry, a Jiu-jitsu master who has avoided the prize fighting circuit, instead choosing to pursue a life by operating a self-defense studio in Los Angeles. Also in 2008, Rodrigo was honored to receive the Ischia award for International Contribution at the 2008 Ischia Global Film Festival in Italy. In 2007, at the Cancun International Film Festival Rodrigo received a Best Actor award for his portrayal of an obsessive photographer in the Brazilian film "Nao por acaso" (Not By Chance).

Santoro can be seen as Raul Castro, in Steve Soderbergh's film, Che. He can also be seen in Lion's Den by Pablo Trapero, which competed against Che at the Cannes Film Festival. In 2009, Rodrigo starred in Fox Searchlights' Post Grad along side Michael Keaton and Carol Burnett. You will also see Rodrigo in I Love You Phillip Morris with Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor as Jim Carrey's first love.

Rodrigo was part of the star-studded ensemble cast of Universal's romantic comedy Love Actually, starring alongside Hugh Grant, Emma Thompson, Colin Firth and Liam Neeson. In the role of Karl, he starred opposite Laura Linney as co-workers grappling with the dicey protocol of an office romance. Prior to this film, Rodrigo made his American debut in the highly sought after role of Randy Emmers in Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, directed by McG, starring Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu.

Rodrigo has also been seen starring as the "mystery man" opposite Nicole Kidman in the Baz Luhrmann directed commercial for Chanel.

In 2004 Rodrigo's starred in the Brazilian film, Carandiru, directed by Hector Babenco, which broke all Brazilian box office records for Brazil's entry in the Foreign Film category for the Academy Awards. Carandiru premiered at the Cannes Film Festival where Rodrigo received the Chopard Award for Male Revelation of the year. For his role in Carandiru he was also nominated for the Cinema Brazil Grand Prize of Best Actor and won for Best Supporting Actor at the Cartagena Film Festival. The movie was distributed in the US by Sony Pictures Classics and was a groundbreaking portrayal of the largest penitentiary in Latin America, the Sao Paulo House of Detention, and the lives of the people in it. Dr. Dráuzio Varella based the movie on the best-selling book "Carandiru Station".

Rodrigo has won a total of eight Best Actor awards, including the first ever award for Best Actor from the Brazilian Academy of Arts and Film, for his portrayal of a young man forced into a mental institution by his parents in Brainstorm, the critically acclaimed film by director Lais Bodansky.

For Rodrigo's role in Bicho de Sete Cabecas (2001) he won five of his eight Best Actor awards including, Best Actor for the Brazilia Festival of Brazilian Cinema, Best Actor for the Cartagena Film Festival, Best Actor for Cinema Brazil Grand Prize, Best Actor for Recife Cinema Festival, and Best Actor for the Sao Paulo Association of Art Critics Awards.

He has also been celebrated for his performance in the Miramax film Behind the Sun directed by Walter Salles (Central Station), in which he played Tonio, the middle son of a Brazilian family caught in the middle of an age-old family feud in 1910. He is forced by tradition and honor to kill a member of the neighboring family, positioning him next in line to be killed. The heart of the movie finds Tonio and his little brother discovering a world outside their family and home. Behind the Sun was nominated for a Golden Globe in 2002 for Best Foreign Language Film.

Previous to that Rodrigo appeared opposite Helen Mirren, Olivier Martinez and Anne Bancroft in The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone, directed by Robert Allan Ackerman, for Showtime. Based on the novella by Tennessee Williams, The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone was nominated for five Emmy Awards in 2003.

Rodrigo Santoro resides in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.

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.

Crispin Bonham-Carter

Crispin Daniel Bonham-Carter is an English actor and theatre director.

He played Mr. Bingley in BBC's Pride and Prejudice in 1995. The previous year, he had starred in the TV sitcom Honey for Tea. Bonham-Carter also starred alongside Ewan McGregor in the 1993 BBC period drama Scarlet and Black playing Rachel Weisz's suitor.

He played a small role in the hit film Bridget Jones's Diary.

He appeared on Season 4 of Absolutely Fabulous as a gardener named Jago Balfour who was commissioned to redesign the back garden.

He also appeared in the video of Westlife's cover of "Uptown Girl" and played Mandy's well-to-do love interest in season 3 of Game On. He is currently teaching English at Alexandra Park School, a comprehensive secondary school in Muswell Hill, north London.

Bonham-Carter is the son of Peter Bonham-Carter and Clodagh Greenwood, and the grandson of Sir Christopher Douglas Bonham-Carter. He is a third cousin of actress Helena Bonham Carter and her brother, businessman Edward. He is married to Katherine Julian Dawnay. They have four sons: Arthur Thomas Patrick, Christopher Ruan (born March 1999), Stanley Peter and Frank Douglas.

Bonham-Carter was educated at Glenalmond College, and graduated in 1992 from the University of St Andrews with a degree in classics. In 2011, he represented his former university in a special series of University Challenge. The St Andrews team lost to a team from Cambridge in the first round.

Madeline Weinstein

Madeline Weinstein was born in New York City and graduated from Northwestern University with a BA in Theater. In 2014 she made her Broadway debut alongside Maggie Gyllenhaal, Ewan McGregor, Cynthia Nixon, and Josh Hamilton in Tom Stoppard's The Real Thing directed by Sam Gold. She is based in New York City.

Trevor Gagnon

Trevor made his acting debut at the age of 6 in "Iron Jawed Angels". IJA is an amazing drama about the struggles that women had obtaining equality and their triumph with the Women's Suffrage Movement in the early 1900's. The movie starred Hillary Swank, Angelica Houston, and Patrick Dempsey.

"Big Fish" was the next big opportunity to come his way. After a long and involved audition process, he landed the part of Will's son. Albert Finney, Jessica Lange, Danny DeVito, and Ewan McGregor helped create the magic in this wonderful film directed by Tim Burton.

Since 2003, Trevor has done several television commercials, including the Mederma scar cream ad in which his image appeared on the pages of many parenting magazines. Two additional movies followed, "Loggerheads and "Southern Belles". Both were filmed near his hometown in North Carolina.

Trevor spent time on the Dr. Phil show as a celebrity guest, and donates his time to various charitable organizations, such as the Painted Turtle, the Ronald McDonald House and the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS foundation, as a way to give back to the community.

Trevor really enjoyed doing his voice-over work on "Fly Me to the Moon". This fantastic animated 3-D movie starred three 'tween -aged flies who stowed aboard the Apollo 11 flight to the moon. Leading the "mission" is "Nat" (Trevor), who is always looking for an adventure. Also making a "buzz" are cast members, Nicollette Sheridan, Ed Begley Jr., Tim Curry, Christopher Lloyd, Kelly Ripa and making a special appearance, Buzz Aldren.

Trevor's V.O. work also includes time on Cartoon Network's "Happy Monster Band". Trevor is a series regular as the voice of "L.O", one of the silly monsters who teach children about the wonderful countries around the world.

Last summer Trevor was in Austin, Texas filming the Warner Brothers production "Shorts", a new family adventure /comedy written and directed by Robert Rodriguez (Spy Kids trilogy). Trevor stars as "Loogie" who along side his mischievous brothers discover a magic wishing rock that grants wishes to anyone who holds it. William H. Macy, Jon Cryer, James Spader and Leslie Mann play the grown-ups in this kid -centered comedy.

Trevor can be seen starring as a series regular in the television comedy, "The New Adventures of Old Christine" which is in its fifth season on CBS. Trevor plays opposite the Emmy winning actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus as her son, Ritchie.

Waleed Zuaiter

The youngest of three brothers, Waleed was born in Sacramento, California, but grew up in Kuwait from the age of 5 until 19. He made frequent visits to his mother's family in San Francisco during the summer holidays and he was very fortunate that during his upbringing his family traveled extensively within the Middle East, Europe and the United States.

He moved to the US to attend The George Washington University where he received a degree in Philosophy and Theatre. Waleed performed at various theaters in the Washington DC area after college including, The Folger Shakespeare Library, The Washington Shakespeare Company, The Studio Theatre, The Source Theatre, and the Keegan Theatre Company.

In December of 2001, while still living in the DC area, Waleed made a trip to New York to audition for the West Coast Premiere of Tony Kushner's new play, Homebody/Kabul. He booked his first audition in New York sending him out to Berkeley, California for a successful run of the show and the start of what soon proved to be a promising theatre career in New York.

Waleed then moved to New York and in less than 6 months landed his first job there in the Broadway production of Sixteen Wounded, by Eliam Kraiem (with Judd Hirsch and Martha Plimpton). He followed this up with a role in the hit off-Broadway play, Guantanamo: Honor Bound To Defend Freedom, ranked as "one of the best ten plays of 2004" by the Wall Street Journal and Entertainment Weekly. In his upcoming theatre credits Waleed attained further recognition as he was awarded a Drama Desk Award along with the rest of the cast for "2006 Outstanding Ensemble Performance" for David Hare's play at the Public Theatre, Stuff Happens directed by Tony Award-Winner Daniel Sullivan. He received extensive critical praise for his performance in this landmark production. He followed that up performing opposite Meryl Streep and Kevin Kline in the Public Theatre's production of Bertolt Brecht's Mother Courage adapted by Tony Kushner and directed by Tony Award-winner George C. Wolfe.

Waleed's performances in supporting roles began to attract the attention of productions that were now looking at him for leading roles. He next starred in the US premiere production of David Greig's The American Pilot at the Manhattan Theatre Club, under the direction of Artistic Director Lynne Meadow. Shortly thereafter, Waleed found himself being whisked away to Tunisia to co-star in the Emmy-Award winning mini-series from HBO and the BBC, "House of Saddam" playing Saddam Hussein's best friend. The series received tremendous critical acclaim from around the globe, and Waleed's performance was hi-lighted in many international reviews. Having finished his work in Tunisia, Zuaiter headed the cast of Masked, an explosive play by Ilan Hatsor, starring as the eldest of three Palestinian brothers, set during the 1st Intifada and performed at the Daryl Roth 2 theater, Off-Broadway.

On stage most recently Zuaiter enjoyed rave reviews for his heart-rending, and elegant portrayal of an Iraqi translator in the critically acclaimed, award-winning new play Betrayed, based upon (and scripted by) George Packer's widely lauded reporting of the Iraq war for The New Yorker. The play went on to receive a special one-night production at The Kennedy Center in the nation's capital, was filmed for PBS TV and was performed and taped at L.A. Theatreworks for national radio broadcast. All productions were directed by Naked Angels co-founding member and Artistic Director Pippin Parker. The Kennedy Center production received further attention because it was hosted by Refugees International as a special initiative for Iraqi refugees, and it was presented by Matt Dillon and Sarah Jessica Parker. Waleed takes special pride and has a deep affection for this milestone production in his career. The play prospered from a six-month run, Off-Broadway at the Culture Project.

In the midst of the run of Betrayed, Zuaiter managed to finesse his performance schedule to allow him to work with the talented playwright Naomi Wallace in the Public Theatre Lab production of her three one-act plays Fever Chart, under the direction of Jo Bonney. His performance was hailed by the critics.

Waleed's other notable credits from Film and TV are, most recently (2009), co-starring in the all-star cast of The Men Who Stare At Goats, performing along-side George Clooney and Ewan McGregor, and directed by Grant Heslov. The film also stars Jeff Bridges and Kevin Spacey. Waleed attributes this to be "his break" into mainstream Hollywood films. He received notable mentions in select reviews that his performance and character depiction made a significant impact within the story.

Waleed was featured in the DVD release of Tom McCarthy's The Visitor and was honored by McCarthy's commentary in the special features that he wanted to work with Waleed, a respected New York theatre actor. In a soon to be released film, Zuaiter makes an inspiring appearance as "the Lecturer" in the adaptation of Paulo Coelho's (The Alchemist) Veronika Decides To Die, directed by BAFTA Award-winner Emily Young. Zuaiter has guest starred on numerous TV shows, most recently in an episode of Lie To Me, and was directed by Spike Lee in a recurring role for an NBC pilot, M-O-N-Y. He is currently working on Sex And The City 2 in New York and Morocco (November, 2009).

Zuaiter serves as Co-Executive Producer on the critically acclaimed annual New York Arab-American Comedy Festival (NYAACF) founded in 2003, which had its Los Angeles premiere in January of 2006. The NYAACF is the largest comedy festival in the US that brings together Arab-Americans to showcase a unique and edgy brand of humor. As Producer, Zuaiter has also optioned the screen rights for the PEN-Oakland Award-winner and celebrated novel, "On The Hills Of God," by Ibrahim Fawal. He owns options on other feature film properties that are in varying stages of development.

Waleed is a graduate of The George Washington University, and the acclaimed Studio Theatre Acting Conservatory in Washington DC.

Wade Eastwood

Wade Eastwood was born in Durban, South Africa in 1971, the youngest of 4 children. He finished junior school there before his family moved to England. The weather and lifestyle eventually forced a family decision to move back home to SA after 5 years. Once home, Wade finished high school, represented his country in Athletics (100M & 200M sprints) and went in to the Army to complete his compulsory National Service.

Wade was 19 when he finished the army and landed his first film job. He had been working as a volunteer lifeguard and part of his duty included air sea rescue along Durban's beaches. A film company came to town and was scouting for soldier types to jump out of a helicopter as it flared to a stop over a crocodile infested river. Wade was chosen by the Director. After this stunt he was hooked and worked his way, (The hard way) through the ranks, driving, crashing, falling, burning etc....

After 7 years of performing and stunt coordinating feature films, TV shows and commercial's in South Africa, Wade wanted to move on to bigger and better projects with larger budgets and more scope to create unique action, thus he moved to the UK. Here he worked back to back doubling Brendan Fraser on The Mummy, Pierce Brosnan on The Bond Movies and Gerard Butler and Daniel Craig on The Tomb Raider Films, to name a few.

The only thing missing for Wade was the outdoor life, so he decided to make the move to California where he could work and still enjoy his hometown sports, such as surfing, climbing, motorcycle & car racing etc...

Since moving to Los Angeles, Wade has stunt doubled Brad Pitt, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Ewan McGregor and many others as well as been nominated for 4 Taurus World Stunt awards for Best Stunt Coordination (Troy), best overall stunt by a stuntman (Terminator 3), best work with a vehicle (Terminator 3) and Best Stunt Coordinator (Salt).

Andy Yu

Andy Yu is one of Hollywood's fastest rising Asian actors who can be seen in the highly expected Fargo year 3 (FX, MGM) acting opposite the likes of Ewan McGregor, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, David Thewlis, Carrie Coon and Michael Stuhlbarg, in the hit series masterfully written by Noah Hawley and his team.

Andy's other recent work include recurring credits in Matt Damon and Ben Affleck-produced Syfy series, Incorporated, and AMC's award-winning historical drama Hell on Wheels. His other supporting work include credits on numerous hit shows such as Arrow (CW), Man Seeking Woman (FXX), Ransom (CBS, Global TV), Man in The High Castle (Amazon), Degrassi (Netflix), Bad Blood (FX, City) and iZombie (CW).

Born in Hong Kong, Andy was raised with an authentic Cantonese mother-tongue. With his natural knack for mimicking dialects, Andy acquired fluency in Mandarin and English, the later of which he attributed to a decade of binging his favorite American classic TV series, The Simpsons. His proficiency and deep understanding in all three languages allowed him to find success as a professional Chinese dialect coach and script translator on multiple hit network shows. His proudest work thus far has been on the entire season 5 of Hell on Wheels, AMC's historical drama on the construction of the transcontinental railroad between 1867-1869, which garnered him golden testimonials from John Wirth (showrunner), Jami O'Brien (writer/producer), Anson Mount (series lead) and various cast members.

Lou Gish

Lou Gish was a bright and sassy actor of natural poise and comic edge. The daughter of the actors Roland Curram and Sheila Gish, she demonstrated her range in her last two stage roles.

At the tiny Gate Theatre in Notting Hill, west London, in January last year, she played General Pinochet's Spanish lawyer in Thea Sharrock's riveting promenade production of Fermín Cabal's Tejas Verdas (Green Gables), a moving memorial to Chilean torture victims. Last summer she took on the role of Goneril in Steven Pimlott's lucid version of King Lear, starring David Warner, in the Minerva Theatre, Chichester.

In the first, she was sleek, reasonable, assured. In the second, she tore up the stage, dashing to the floor the Bible proffered by a distraught Albany (Raad Rawi) and channelling her evil complots through a serpentine presence beautifully contrasted with Zoe Waites's choleric Regan. Her younger sister, Kay Curram, played Cordelia.

Lou and Kay were returning to Chichester in part to memorialise their mother's last stage performance there - as Arkadina in The Seagull in 2003 (a production in which Kay played Nina) - but also to get over it. Typically, they arranged company visits to the local bowling alley and teased their leading man by calling him "Dave" - "He's so not a Dave," they said. Warner himself described Lou as "a wonderful, positive presence, a superb actress whose spirit remained with us for the entire run". She had been forced to leave the production when her illness took hold again.

Lou Gish was born and raised in London. After Macaulay church school, Alleyn's in Dulwich, and Furzedown school, Wandsworth, she took a degree at Camberwell School of Art. She first thought of going into journalism; as a student she won a prize for an article she wrote for Harper's magazine, and the then editor, Beatrix Miller, said she would take her on after graduation.

But Lou decided to change direction and took an office job with the actors' agent Jeremy Conway, where she answered the telephone and served the tea, sometimes jokingly dressed in a waitress uniform. A role in a fringe production in Paddington led to the acquisition of an agent of her own, and a notable cameo in Sean Mathias's 1994 revival of Noel Coward's Design for Living at the Donmar Warehouse. Rachel Weisz was a sensational, sulky Gilda in this production, and Gish, no way fazed, played Helen Carver as a screeching socialite in a glittering sheath.

When her parents first separated (Sheila Gish later married the actor and director Denis Lawson), Roland Curram sombrely announced to his daughters that he was coming out as gay. No big surprise there, said Lou, "as he had brought us up on a diet of Judy Garland, Bette Davis, Joan Crawford and Barbra Streisand." Gish and Curram had met while working on the film Darling in the mid-1960s. The star and the director, Julie Christie and the late John Schlesinger, were Lou's godparents - the coolest, she said, in the world.

In a second collaboration with Mathias, Lou played a mannish playwright and adoring assistant to Sian Phillips's Marlene Dietrich in Pam Gems's Marlene. She specialised in such strong, but marginalised, romantic figures: at the Watford Palace in 1998, in Phyllis Nagy's skilful adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's The Talented Mr Ripley, she played Marge as a hilarious piggy-in-the-middle. Later that year, she joined her stepfather Denis Lawson's production of Little Malcolm and his Struggle against the Eunuchs, starring Ewan McGregor, at the Hampstead Theatre, and subsequently in the West End. She played Ann, the object of the lads' fear and misogyny - and of a brutal attack - with devastating contempt.

In 1999, Michael Billington described how Lou - slim, green-eyed and dark-haired - lit up the Chichester stage as a rejected fiancée in Maria Aitken's revival of Noel Coward's underrated comedy Easy Virtue. She was the perfect, swish, middle-class Helena in Look Back in Anger at the Bristol Old Vic in 2001, and an effortlessly aristocratic Duchess of Malfi at the Salisbury Playhouse the following year. Of this latter performance, Alastair Macaulay wrote in the Financial Times that "she doesn't invite us into her tragedy; we are riveted by it from a distance."

Over the last 10 years of her life, Gish appeared regularly on television in such series as EastEnders, Casualty, _Doctors_, Wire in the Blood, Coupling and Where the Heart Is.

She died of cancer at the age of 38 and was survived by her partner, the actor Nicholas Rowe, and her father, stepfather and sister.

Eddie Baroo

Eddie (Edmund) Baroo was born on the 25th September 1968 in Geelong, Australia.

An accomplished singer and guitarist, he fronted the band Stodgewood.

He formed Buggertoe records, with CD releases receiving international and domestic critical acclaim.

In 1997, Eddie signed with Cherry Red label in the UK, releasing three CDs for Manchester United Football Club - The Greatest Soccer Album of All Time, Red Anthems and Football Crazy #3.

After a rewarding career in the music industry which garnered publishing deals, worldwide releases, television appearances and independent chart success, at the ripe old age of 30, Eddie made the transition into acting.

His first role came from ABC's Something in the Air and guest roles followed on popular Australian TV dramas including Blue Heelers, Stingers, Underbelly, Rush, Beaconsfield; and successful TV Series Fat Tony & Co. and Killing Time.

His first film break came when cast in Ghostrider (Nicholas Cage, Eva Mendes). He later landed the role of 'Bull' in Baz Luhrmann's epic Australia, alongside Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman.

Throughout his career he has always been a staunch advocate for first time director/low budget feature films. He appeared in Patrick Hughes' RED HILL, Kasimir Burgess' hauntingly beautiful Fell, Save Your Legs, My Year Without Sex, Summer Coda and Crawlspace, the Sci-Fi action thriller that he co-wrote with Justin Dix.

In 2015, Eddie can be seen in Julius Avery's debut feature Son of a Gun, alongside Ewan McGregor and his great mate Brenton Thwaites. Three other films also slated for release are Sucker, Now Add Honey and Downriver.

Eddie is currently writing the Sci-Fi action adventure SONS OF LIGHT screenplay.

Eddie has four children, Molly, Bailey, Harry and Teishe. Their early childhood pictures have been turned into distinctive tattoo work that adorns his arms and chest.

In 2014, after 21 years of Stodgewood retirement, they were coaxed to reform for The Mane Event, a fund-raiser concert to create awareness for Mental Health.

Reynaldo Pacheco

Reynaldo Pacheco has quickly become the latest Ethnically ambiguous star in Hollywood. He has received massive critical acclaim and an Imagen Award Nomination for his touching breakthrough role in "Our Brand Is Crisis"; starring opposite Sandra Bullock / Billy Bob Thornton and produced by George Clooney / Grant Heslov. Reynaldo's past credits include a lead role in "Without Men", opposite Eva Longoria, Kate del Castillo, and Judy Reyes. He also starred in "The Man Who Shook the Hand of Vicente Fernandez" opposite the legendary Academy Award winner Ernest Borgnine, and had a supporting role in "Beginners", opposite Ewan McGregor and Christopher Plummer in Plummer's Academy Award winning performance. He is the founder of HAPA (Hollywood Academy of Performing Arts) and co-founded the non-profit production company Changing Stories.

Thomas Napper

JAWBONE marks the narrative feature debut for Thomas as a director, after working as 2nd Unit director with Joe Wright for the last 12 years. JAWBONE is a visceral and hard-hitting character portrait of Jimmy McCabe, a former junior ABA boxing champion who is running out of options. JAWBONE was written by and stars Johnny Harris. Ray Winstone, Michael Smiley and Ian McShane complete the cast. The film was produced by Mike Elliot at Emu Films (The Goob & Catch me Daddy) Nichola Martin at BBC Films and Richard Holmes/Celine Hadad at Creative England.

Thomas directed the award winning feature documentary LOST ANGELS: SKID ROW IS MY HOME produced by Agi Orsi (Dogtown & Z Boys) and funded by Paramount/Participant. The film documented the lives of eight men & women who live on the darkest and most dangerous streets of Los Angeles. A powerful and uplifting story of redemption.

"Expertly made and shot through with an undercurrent of righteous anger, director Thomas Napper's docu is ultimately a tribute to the spirit of an area most would consider a simple urban blight." Andrew Barker, Variety

"Lost Angels is an astonishing no-holds barred truth-fest; drenched in character, dipped in honesty, and steeped in heart..." Linda Milazzo, The Huffington Post

Last year Thomas directed 2nd unit for Bill Condon on BEAUTY AND THE BEAST with Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, Luke Evans, Emma Thompson and Ewan McGregor. The project has received rave reviews and after tracking brilliantly for months has become the biggest PG opening in history.

In addition to shooting commercials for clients such as Chanel, Sky Atlantic and BT Infinity, he is currently directing the 2nd Unit on MARY POPPINS RETURNS for Walt Disney, directed by Rob Marshall, scheduled to be released Christmas 2018, starring Emily Blunt, Ben Whishaw, Meryl Streep and Colin Firth. This is his second film working with Rob Marshall after INTO THE WOODS in 2014. Thomas is also just wrapping as 2nd unit director on DARKEST HOUR, starring Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill, which will be released December 2017 and will mark his sixth collaboration with director Joe Wright after having worked together on PAN, ANNA KARENINA, THE SOLOIST, ATONEMENT and PRIDE & PREJUDICE.

Thomas was one of the co-founders of the Lomography project in the UK. He was Creative Director & Curator of exhibitions at The Hayward Gallery and the V&A Contemporary Gallery. Thomas and Fabian Monheim wrote and designed the book DON'T THINK, JUST SHOOT published by Booth Clibborn Books, which defined LOMO and its loyal fans. Thomas and Fabian were made Artists in Residence for The City of London in 2003.

Anthony Brandon Wong

Anthony Brandon Wong is an award-winning actor who has played a wide range of roles in numerous films, more than 40 hit television programs, and over thirty stage productions in the US, Canada, Asia, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Africa. He is best known to international audiences for his role as 'Ghost', the Zen Buddhist assassin in "The Matrix Reloaded", "The Matrix Revolutions", and as the lead character (alongside Jada Pinkett Smith) in the "Enter the Matrix" video game, all written and directed by The Wachowski's. Wong spent 15 months working in the San Francisco Bay Area and Sydney, Australia, opposite Pinkett Smith, Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss, Monica Bellucci, Harold Perrineau and Hugo Weaving.

Wong plays the role of Danny Law, father of five children, in the SBS/Matchbox Pictures comedy series "The Family Law", which recently won the 2017 Equity Ensemble Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series. The Family Law also won the 2016 Screen Producers Australia Awards (SPAA) for Best Comedy Series Production and the 2016 Casting Guild of Australia (CGA) Award for Best Casting in a TV Comedy Series. "The Family Law" was also nominated for a 2016 Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Award for Best Television Comedy Series. Wong will return as Danny Law in Season 2 of "The Family Law" which airs on Australia's SBS television network from 15 June 2017.

Wong will be seen later this year in the ABC medical drama series "Pulse" as Dr Arthur Chan, appearing alongside Game of Throne's Owen Teale, Hawaii Five-0's Claire van der Boom, and Seven Types of Ambiguity's Susie Porter and Andrea Demetriades. He will also be seen in the Channel Seven (Australia) mini-series "Blue Murder: Killer Cop" which stars Richard Roxburgh, Toni Collette and Aaron Pedersen.

Earlier in 2017, Wong played a lead guest role of a father struggling with his transgender child in the ABC legal drama series "Newton's Law" opposite Claudia Karvan and Toby Schmitz.

Wong played the series regular role of lascivious shop-owner and fish-fighting champion Le Bok in the NBC Universal/Matchbox Pictures kung fu comedy series "Maximum Choppage", which was screened on Australia's ABC TV network in early 2015. The main cast of "Maximum Choppage" were nominated for a 2016 Equity Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series.

In 2013-4, Wong filmed the role of Michael Lau in the Matchbox Pictures sci-fi series "Nowhere Boys", which won multiple awards including an International Emmy Award in 2016, Best Children's Series at the 2014 Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards, and a 2014 Logie Award for Most Outstanding Children's Program.

In 2012, Wong played the role of former Chinese premier Chou En-lai in the HBO movie "Hemingway and Gellhorn" opposite Nicole Kidman and Clive Owen, directed by Philip Kaufman. That same year, he played the supporting role of 'Asian Elvis' opposite Gary Oldman and Christian Slater in the comedy "Guns, Girls and Gambling", which was shot in Salt Lake City, Utah, and also played a guest role opposite Ed Asner in "Hawaii Five-O" in the episode titled "Kalele", filmed in Honolulu.

In 2011, Wong was seen in the Steven Soderbergh movie "Haywire", alongside Michael Douglas, Channing Tatum, Michael Fassbender, Antonio Banderas, Ewan McGregor, Bill Paxton, and Gina Carano. Wong filmed the role of kidnapped journalist 'Jiang' in Dublin, Barcelona and Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Other notable film credits include the 20th Century Fox action movie "Flight of the Phoenix", opposite Dennis Quaid, Giovanni Ribisi, Hugh Laurie, Tyrese Gibson, and Tony Curran, which was filmed in the deserts of Namibia, the lead male role in Clara Law's "Floating Life" as a womanizing Hong Kong stockbroker who realizes the error of his philandering ways, the villainous Chinatown crime lord Peter Cho in the Australian comedy "Crooked Business" and the films "Little Fish" (opposite Cate Blanchett), "Lilian's Story" (starring Toni Collette), "Till There Was You" (starring Mark Harmon and Jeroen Krabbe), and "Seeing Red" (opposite David Wenham, 'Faramir' in "The Lord of the Rings"). Wong's forthcoming films include the Australian feature "Thicker than Water", in which he stars as dance teacher Tin alongside 15 of his acting students including Australian singer-songwriter Pete Murray, and the sci-fi short "Emporium", in which he plays the lead role opposite nine of his acting students including Christopher Sommers ("The Water Diviner").

In 2008, Wong played the series regular role of 'Tasuke Kogo' in ABC Family's "Samurai Girl", father of the title character and one of Japan's most powerful businessmen. In the same year, in the BBC's "Secrets of the Forbidden City" he played the principal character of real life 15th Century Chinese Emperor Yongle, the visionary but despotic leader who built the world-famous Forbidden City.

Wong also played the lead role of Hirohito opposite Caspar Van Dien ("Starship Troopers") in the US martial arts TV movie "Mask of the Ninja" (Spike TV). His many other television credits include "Glee" (in the Series 2 episode "Grilled Cheesus"), "The Unit" (as a Thai prince facing death threats), "NCIS" (as Navy Doctor Russell Nguyen), the Francis Ford Coppola produced "Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde" (playing a Hong Kong detective), Disney Channel's "Jumping Ship" (as a modern-day pirate), "All Saints" (as a journalist who loses his partner), "Water Rats" (as a compulsive gambler), "Xena Warrior Princess" "Cassidy", "The Boys from the Bush", "Home and Away", "A Country Practice", "The Alice" and the HBO pilot "1%", written by Michael Tolkin ("The Player") and directed by Emmy award winning director Alan Taylor ("The Sopranos").

Wong also played the series regular roles of 'Mek', a heroic scientist on "Spellbinder 2", filmed in Poland, China and Australia, opposite Ryan Kwanten ("True Blood") and 'Lee', a political revolutionary in "Embassy", filmed in Melbourne and Fiji.

He played the role of Gerald in the Internet series "The Booth at the End", opposite Xander Berkeley ("24" and "Nikita"), produced by Michael Eisner.

In 1992, he won the Victorian Green Room Best Actor Award (theatre) for his performance as a Filipino transvestite in "Sex Diary of an Infidel", which also netted him a Sydney Critics Circle Award nomination. He also scored Green Room Award nominations for his stage work in "The Temple" as a cocaine-addicted paraplegic and in "The Language of the Gods" as an Indonesian priest with magical powers. He played the lead role of a Malaysian king in the Melbourne Theatre Company production of "Coup d'etat", and portrayed an Aboriginal hip-hop artist, a Lebanese tough guy, an African schoolgirl and a New Zealand-born Samoan boxer in the acclaimed stage production of "Fast Cars and Tractor Engines" (Urban Theatre Projects, Sydney). In 2010, he starred in the circus theatre spectacular "Shanghai Lady Killer", written by renown Australian director and screenwriter Tony Ayres ("The Home Song Stories") and in the villainous role of Vasquez in "'Tis Pity She's A Whore" at Melbourne's acclaimed Malthouse Theatre. In early 2017, Wong was seen in the Australian stage premiere of the Olivier-Award winning play "Chimerica" at Sydney Theatre Company, directed by Kip Williams. Wong will play Chebutykin in the Sydney Theatre Company production of Anton Chekhov's "Three Sisters" in November/December 2017 at Sydney Opera House, also directed by Williams.

Wong is an accomplished singer in cabaret, having performed in shows at Hollywood's renown cabaret venues M Bar and Gardenia Lounge, and sung in the Australian musicals "Rasputin" directed by Emmy award winning director Stephen Hopkins), and "And It's Got a Lovely Backyard". In Sydney, Australia, he has sung at well-known music venues such as The Imperial Hotel, The Harbourside Brasserie, Side On Cafe, LA Bar, and at the Chinese Gardens in Darling Harbour. He has recorded a dance single "Emancipate", co-written with Daniel Nemes, and produced by Steve Peach, who has worked with the likes of Gwen Stefani, Macy Gray and Kylie Minogue.

He is also a writer (journalism, plays) and comedian (credits include the hit Australian comedy stage show "Wog-a-rama", the sit-com "Acropolis Now" and stand up).

He is also a much sought after acting teacher and coach, who has taught at Australia's National Institute of Dramatic Arts (alumni include Cate Blanchett, Mel Gibson and Judy Davis), Actors Centre Australia (where Hugh Jackman and Naomi Watts studied), West Australian Academy of Performing Arts, 16th Street Studios Melbourne, Queensland University of Technology and the Australian Theatre for Young People.

Wong trained in many different acting techniques (Meisner, Strasberg, Improvisation, Asian theatre methods) and with many acclaimed acting teachers including world-renown acting coach Ivana Chubbuck, who has worked with Halle Berry, Brad Pitt, Jake Gyllenhaal, Charlize Theron, Jim Carrey, Terrence Howard, Catherine Keener, Kate Hudson and hundreds of other A List actors. He has also studied with Larry Moss, acting coach to Leonardo di Caprio, Hilary Swank, Helen Hunt and Tobey Maguire; with Eric Morris, former coach to Jack Nicholson, and with Elizabeth Kemp, Bradley Cooper and Harvey Keitel's teacher from the famed Actors Studio.

Troy Coward

Troy Coward was born in Sydney, New South Wales. At age 8, Troy began training as a boxer and his fighting skills would eventuate into him fighting alongside the likes of Danny Green at The Australian Titles, being ranked 1st for his weight from Western Australia and 2nd in Australia.

However acting has also been a huge passion of Troy's and it's his raw natural talent for performing that has seen him take on various roles in film and television, all of them memorable. His performance debut was age 12 as a DJ/MC for a senior year high school production.

Troy has demonstrated his incredible range by terrifying audiences with his menacing performance as Eddie Jones in "The Great Mint Swindle" and making audiences laugh with his comedic turn in the online hit "Super Dingo"

Coached by several of WA's most respected teachers and artists, Troy has also worked professionally opposite the likes of Shane Bourne, Ewan McGregor, Nathan Phillips, Michael Muntz, Grant Bowler, John Waters, John Batchelor and Todd Lasance, just to name a few.

Louise Houghton

Louise works for DWTV (Deutsche Welle) hosting their daily live lifestyle magazine show called EUROMAXX. This programme has something for everyone as it covers topics from sport to music and food to art. In the role as a broadcast journalist, Louise loves to be able to delve into current affairs and research a topic fully before going on air live and talking about it. The studios are in Berlin but the show is broadcast internationally. In the UK you can find it on MY Channel - Sky 203

Having begun her presenting career hosting the FIA European Drag Racing Championships for SkySports and Channel 5, Louise moved on to work in music. A few of the shows she worked on included a music quiz show called "Music Tree" and a classical music based chat show called "Classy"

Louise has also worked at Festivals around the UK but thinks that there is nowhere better to chat to bands than with a backdrop of London's skyline. This is the essence of 'Balcony TV: Music Sessions'. It gives the audience music with a view. The web channel has been running since 2006 and is produced in over 50 cities around the world. For the first time though, it is being brought to the TV and will be aired on LONDONLIVE - the Independent's new channel that will launch on 31st March on Freeview Channel 8, Virgin 159, Sky 117 and Youview 8. Louise is exciting to be both co-producing and co-hosting this show and is constantly praying that it won't rain!

It was with the company BIG EARTH that Louise gained her production experience, working on projects such as LONG WAY ROUND where Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman went round the world on their motorbikes. With the same company, Louise is developing a new show about being British which will launch alongside a tongue-in-cheek book on the subject.

Louise has also contributed to the book "How to be a Presenter " and the sequel to this will be on the shelves this coming summer. Written by Kathryn Wolfe.

With a base in Europe, you can also find Louise working for companies such as Samsung, hosting their press events and the launch of new products alongside Suzi Perry. She also was pleased to host the Copernicus Conference which launched the new satellite programme now in operation by the European Space Agency.

Louise has a background in acting, having appeared in BBC series like HOLBY CITY and HIGH HOPES. Her latest lead role in a feature also sat at No 1 in the US Gay film charts at the beginning of last year.

Walking along the coast is one of the things, Louise loves to do in her spare time but being creative is what she does best. When she is not in front of the camera, you can find her making cards, picture canvas's, writing poetry or baking cakes. Wedding cakes, in fact, have become her speciality but she can't wait for the day when she gets to give Gordon Ramsey a run for his money with her carrot cake recipe!!

Robbie Brenner

Academy Award nominated Producer Robbie Brenner is President of Film at The Firm where she oversees all theatrical projects.

Prior to The Firm, Brenner was President of Production at Relativity Studios. Among the projects Brenner has overseen for Relativity are director McG's 3 Days to Kill, starring Kevin Costner, and Luc Besson's The Family, starring Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer and Tommy Lee Jones. She also spearheaded the company's acquisitions of Joseph Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut, Don Jon, starring Gordon-Levitt and Scarlett Johansson as well as the action-adventure Earth to Echo. Brenner also supervised production on director Tarsem Singh's stylish Snow White adaptation Mirror Mirror, starring Julia Roberts, and 3-D epic Immortals, starring Henry Cavill, which grossed more than $225 million worldwide. Other productions include The Fighter, which earned seven Oscar nominations and won two; and Lasse Hallström's hits Dear John, starring Channing Tatum, and Safe Haven, starring Josh Duhamel and Julianne Hough.

Brenner joined Relativity in 2009 as Executive Vice President of Production, and was integral to the studio's acquisition of the Sundance documentary Catfish, which became a cultural sensation. She was promoted to President in 2011.

Prior to joining Relativity, Brenner produced Marc Forster's Machine Gun Preacher, starring Gerard Butler. Her additional producer credits include Dallas Buyers Club, starring Matthew McConaughey and Jennifer Garner; Escape Plan, with Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jim Caviezel; A Perfect Getaway, starring Timothy Olyphant and Steve Zahn; Deception, starring Hugh Jackman, Ewan McGregor and Michelle Williams; and Haven, with Orlando Bloom and Bill Paxton.

Previously, Brenner ran the classics division at Davis Entertainment, where she aided in the development of feature remakes of Taps and Romancing the Stone and produced the monster-showdown sequel Alien vs. Predator: Requiem. Between 2005 and 2006 she held the position of Senior Vice President of Production at Twentieth Century Fox, acquiring and developing movies for the studio. Before that, Brenner spent nine years as a production and development executive at Miramax Films, working her way up the ranks to Senior Vice President.

After attending NYU Film School, Brenner began her entertainment career at Mickey Rourke's Red Ruby Productions, where she assisted in the production of Bullet, directed by Julien Temple, and the bank-heist comedy-drama Fall Time.

Slim Khezri

Slim Khezri, also known by his stage names SLIM K, Slim Kezree, or simply Kazree, is German (of Mediterranean descent), a multi talented artist; singer, songwriter, writer, producer, actor and a former professional Michael Jackson Impersonator, based in Los Angeles, California.

Born July 18, 1972, as the oldest of three children in Lübeck Hansestadt, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.

Bon vivant, Artistic Polymath, Free Thinker, Political Junkie, Humanist and Philanthropist. Artist at Sony Music Entertainment, Double Power (Sony Music Entertainment GmbH) and Founder/CEO at DoubaJen Records.

Self-proclaimed Foodie, Wine Connoisseur and passionate World Traveler.

In over 25 years in show-business, Slim has reigned as the #1 MJ impersonator for nearly 10 years, and collaborated with countless producers, DJ's, popular recording artists and many independent talents from around the world. He also worked successfully on many musical and arts related projects, including fashion shows and charity events, and teamed up with some of the biggest names in the industry: Justin Timberlake (*NSYNC), Fall Out Boy, AJ McLean (Backstreet Boys), Snoop Dogg, Britney Spears, KRS-One, Sarah Connor, Mark Owen (Take That), Sean Kingston, KSHMR, Lifehouse, Haddaway, Army of Lovers, Worlds Apart, No Angels, Lutricia McNeal, Leee John (Imagination), Panic! At The Disco, Monica Patton, Captain Hollywood, Akon, Dr. Alban, Michael Jackson and many more.

As an actor, Slim has worked on films starring Tom Hanks, Matt Damon, George Clooney, Mel Gibson, Tom Cruise, Ewan McGregor, Julia Roberts, Ben Affleck, Bradley Cooper, Jim Carey, Nicole Kidman, Tommy Lee Jones, Johnny Depp, John Lithgow, Mickey Rourke, Josh Brolin, Terrence Stamp, Harvey Keitel, James Franco, Channing Tatum, Bruce Willis, Scarlett Johansson, J.K. Simmons and directed by Ron Howard, Clint Eastwood, Ridley Scott, Danny Boyle, Roland Emmerich, Colin Trevorrow, Gore Verbinski, Jerry Zucker, Seth MacFarlane, Ethan Coen & Joel Coen, Angela Basset, F. Gary Gray and many more.

In theater and performing arts, Slim also worked in minor roles, e.g. with tenor Plácido Domingo, who is also the general director of the Los Angeles Opera, on Ludwig Van Beethoven 's "Fidelio" in 2007, playing a prisoner, produced by Alejandro Stadler, directed by Pier' Alli, conducted by James Conlon and on Giuseppe Verdi 's "Otello" in 2008, playing a Sailor, and Venetian Senator, directed by John Cox, and also conducted by James Conlon.

"Who's Bad"; in the beginning of his career, Slim, once hailed as one of the best and most successful Michael Jackson imitators in the business, not only does he dance like Jackson, but he sings, too, the closest to the real package than most of his rivals around the world. Having performed Michael's songs in over 500 concerts in 70 countries. Slim performed nonstop from 1989 to 2000, on numerous shows in television and radio throughout the world, touring excessively in Europe, Asia and Africa, appearing on various events and open-air concerts on all 5 continents, including the United States, debuting in Las Vegas, and later in Los Angeles. Slim's huge success got also Michael Jackson's attention, he gave a tribute performance to the 'king of pop' himself in Cologne, Germany in 1992, which he considers milestone of his career, it lead to finally meet his idol for the first time in person during the Dangerous World tour, and dreams came true when Slim briefly worked with the Michael himself during the German leg of the History World tour in Summer 1997, as an Assistant to Creative Consultant Taco Falcon. What made Slim stood out above the rest, was his voice, the detail, the mimics, facial expression and the electrifying dance moves. Slim always thought of himself more of an actor than a 'singer' in those days, a true stage performer.

Slim made his stage debut on October 14, 1989 as a Michael Jackson impersonator at a Turkish Event, performing a 30 minute set, in front of 580 people, in Lübeck Hansestadt, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.

Slim's first notable television appearance was 2 years later, on Saturday, December 7, 1991, on the popular hit show "Die Rudi Carrell Show", where he appeared and competed as one of five guests, impersonating famous singers, and hosted by Dutch entertainer, and TV icon Rudi Carrell. Out of approximately 700 applicants per episode, Slim was invited back to audition by WDR (West German Broadcasting Cologne). After 3 attempts, Slim secured his casting, he was chosen from among the last 30 candidates. Rudi Carrell (thought by many to have discovered Slim Khezri) was very convinced, believed in Slims talents, and made personally the call to confirm him for the show. Pre-taped the night before on Saint Nicholas Day, Friday, December 6, 1991, Slim gave a stunning performance as Michael Jackson, singing the classic LIVE "Billie Jean", captivating the audience with his dance moves and the iconic Moonwalk. The show was a huge hit, it drew the largest audience to date, at nearly 20 million viewers throughout Europe and beyond, which brought him instant fame. The show included a similar concept to "Star Search" or "Pop Idol" in America and brought many well-known German pop stars and actors to prominence, such as Alexis or Mark Keller. It also featured comedy sketches, and a 'Make-a-Wish' segment.

On the screen; Slim made his film debut, in a minor role as an extra on November 10, 2000, playing a Demon in the Warner Bros Pictures comedy "Little Nicky", starring Adam Sandler, Patricia Arquette and Harvey Keitel. Directed by Steven Brill.

In October 15, 2007, Slim launched the independent music and publishing company Doubajen Records.

In March 10, 2010, Slim signed a License Agreement with Sony Music Entertainment./ Double Power (Sony Music Entertainment GmbH) in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.

In March 26, 2014, Slim signed a License Agreement with Viacom Media Networks, New York, a distribution deal of his music and music videos to air worldwide on MTV, VH-1, and featured on MTV artists Website & App.

In August 8, 2014, Slim and his family were invited to visit the White House, during the Obama administration in Washington DC.

Slim speaks 4 Languages: English, German, French, Arabic, and conversational Turkish.

Slim is married to International Award-winning Pole Artist, and Stage Performer Phoenix Kazree. They have one son together.

THEATER CREDITS: Ich Glotz TV (Stage-play, 1989), Germany/ Ludwig Van Beethoven's Fidelio (Opera, 2007), USA/ Giuseppe Verdi's Otello (Opera, 2008), USA

TELEVISION CREDITS: Die Rudi Carrell Show (1991), Germany/ The Gong Show (1992), Germany/ Arabella (1997), Germany/ Klacket (1998), Tunisia/ Unlocking Ancient Secrets of the Bible (2006), USA/ Entourage (2007), USA/ Goro's Bar (2007), Japan/ Gene Simmons: Family Jewels (2008), USA/ Nip/Tuck (2008), USA/ Mystery ER (2008), USA/ Kids Unlimited (2008), USA/ 1000 Ways to Die (2010), USA/ Whitney (2015), USA/ Mystery Diners (2015), USA/ Dangerous Games (2015), Armenia/ My Crazy Ex (2016), USA/ Superhuman (2016), USA/ The 10th Date (2017), USA/ Just Add Magic - Episode #2.21 (2017), USA/ Murder Made Me Famous (2017), USA/ Michael Jackson: Searching for Neverland (2017) (TV), USA

FILM CREDITS: Save the Last Dance (2001),/ Rat Race (2001),/ When The Nines Roll Over (2005),/ Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007),/ The Sexaholic (2007),/ In God I Trust (2007),/ Article 301 (2008),/ Confused Illusion (2007),/ The Haunted House of Chronic (2009),/ Yes Man (2008),/ Angels & Demons (2009),/ Sin City II: A Dame to Kill For (2014),/ American Sniper (2014),/ Jurassic World (2015),/ The Martian (2015),/ The Secret in Their Eyes (2015),/ Dark Gospels (2015),/ Steve Jobs (2015),/ 4Got10 (2015),/ Money Monster (2016),/ The Moment (2016),/ Hail, Caesar! (2016),/ Jason Bourne (2016),/ The Accountant (2016),/ Inferno (2016),/ Battle of the Sexes (2017),/ Suburbicon (2017),/ American Made (2017),/ Vengeance: A Love Story (2017),/ Angst (2017)/ The Masterpiece (2017)/ LAbyrinth (2017)/ Two Brothers (2017)/ The Circle (2017)/ Rogue Warfare (2017)

DISCOGRAPHY: Burn The Disco (EP, and Single), Doubajen Records 2008/ Campari Sunset House Club (Compilation), Sony Music 2010/ Open Up Your Heart (Single), Doubajen Records 2010/ You Love It (Single), Doubajen Records 2012/ Burn The Disco (VIP Underground Mix), Doubajen Records 2014/ October (Single), Doubajen Records 2014

David Wilkinson

David Nicholas Wilkinson, founder and current owner of Guerilla Films is probably unique in the UK entertainment industry in that he has been involved in so many different areas since he entered the industry in 1969. He was an award winning actor. He has produced and/or distributed around 120 feature films in the cinema, on DVD, TV and online. He has also hosted and organised over 400 Q&A's/ PA's events in the UK and Ireland.

In 1982 he pioneered the " Reverse Co-Production" with the BBC making him effectively the first true independent producer with the Corporation.

His first production To The Lighthouse was nominated for a BAFTA Award.

From 1999 until 2016 Wilkinson's Guerilla Films only released British & Irish productions/ co-productions within the UK & Ireland, specialising in those films that other distributors thought difficult and un-commercial. Since Louis Le Prince made the worlds first film on 14th October 1888, no other British distribution company has ever made such a strong and wholehearted commitment to British films.

Some of these films starred Anthony Hopkins, Alan Bates, Gary Oldman, Ian Holm, Penelope Wilton, Pete Postlethwaite, Harvey Keitel, Richard Attenborough, Ewan McGregor, Kenneth Branagh, Stellan Skarsgård, Jim Broadbent, Richard E Grant, Susannah York, Rita Tushingham, Tom Courtenay, Joanna Lumley, Derek Jacobi, Bob Hoskins, Elizabeth McGovern, Peter Capaldi, Richard Armitage, Elliott Gould, Gérard Depardieu, Tom Wilkinson, Michael York and many more.

He is also a writer both for the screen, newspapers, and magazines and co-wrote the book "Ronald Harwood's Adaptations".

He has now returned to production and only tends to distribute films he is involved in producing.

Kelly Price

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

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

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

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

She resides in London Bridge.

David Hoberman

DAVID HOBERMAN (Producer) is the founder and co-owner of Mandeville Films and Television. He is one of the leading producers in the entertainment industry today. His Disney-based company, Mandeville Films, is among the most profitable and respected production labels in the entertainment industry.

Hoberman's most recent movie is Disney's live-action retelling of "Beauty and the Beast," starring Emma Watson as Belle and Dan Stevens as The Beast. The critically- hailed film, directed by Bill Condon, has broken boxoffice records worldwide and has become the highest grossing PG-rated film in North America of all time. It also stars Emma Thompson, Kevin Kline, Josh Gad, Luke Evans, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Ian McKellan, Ewan McGregor, Audra MacDonald.

Upcoming movies include "Stronger," the inspirational story of Boston marathon survivor Jeff Bauman, directed by David Gordon Green, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Tatiana Maslany, Miranda Richardson and Clancy Brown, to be released September 22, 2017 by Roadside Attractions and "Wonder," based on R.J. Palacio's best-selling YA novel, directed by Stephen Chbosky, starring Julia Roberts, Jason Tremblay and Daveed Diggs, to be released November 17, 2017 by Lionsgate. Both films were developed in house at Mandeville. Mandeville is currently in production on "Extinction," a sci-fi thriller starring Michael Pena and Lizzy Caplan, directed by Ben Young, to be released by Universal Pictures.

Since its founding in 1995, Mandeville Films has produced feature films that have grossed more than $2.5 billion in domestic box-office receipts and their slate includes a wide variety of genres, anchored by character-driven stories with universal, often uplifting themes.

Notable films include the critically hailed Academy Award©-nominated feature "The Fighter," starring Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale, Melissa Leo and Amy Adams, and directed by David O. Russell. Produced for $25 million, the film went on to gross almost $130 million worldwide and earned a host of awards, including an Academy Award© nomination for Best Picture and Best Supporting Actor and Actress Awards for Bale and Leo.

Hoberman also produced "The Muppets," starring Jason Segel, Amy Adams and Walter, the newest Muppet. Directed by James Bobin, written by Segel and Nick Stoller, "The Muppets" was one of the best-reviewed films of 2011 and earned the Academy Award© for Best Song. Mandeville also produced the next "Muppet" installment, "Muppets Most Wanted. Mandeville also produced "Warm Bodies," the genre-bending "zombie romance" based on Isaac Marion's novel, starring Nicholas Hoult, John Malkovich and Teresa Palmer, written and directed by Jonathan Levine, for Summit/Lionsgate. Mandeville executive produced "Insurgent" and "Allegiant," part of the "Divergent" movie series.

Mandeville enjoys a first look deal with Disney, which has been the company's home for over 20 years.

Under the Disney banner, Mandeville produced a string of hits, including the romantic comedy "The Proposal," starring Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds. "The Proposal" became the highest grossing romantic comedy of 2009, earning over $317 million worldwide. It was the People's Choice award winner for Best Comedy of the year and Mandeville crossed the billion dollar mark in terms of boxoffice revenue with "The Proposal."

Hoberman founded Mandeville Films in 1995 and signed a five-year first look pact with the Walt Disney Studios. In 1999, Hoberman signed a first-look deal for Mandeville at the Walt Disney Studios with Lieberman. Two years later, Lieberman became a co-partner in the company.

The company created the award-winning "Monk," a one-hour series for USA Network. Executive-produced by Mandeville and spearheaded by Hoberman, "Monk" aired for eight seasons.

Prior to forming Mandeville Films, Hoberman served as president of the Motion Picture Group of the Walt Disney Studios, where he was responsible for overseeing development and production for all feature films for Walt Disney Pictures, Touchstone and Hollywood Pictures. During Hoberman's tenure, Disney was often the top studio in domestic box-office grosses. In 1990, "Pretty Woman," supervised by Hoberman, was the top- grossing film of the year, and its soundtrack was the top-selling soundtrack of the year. Hoberman was also behind major blockbusters at the studio, including "Father of the Bride," "What About Bob," "Dead Poets Society," "Ed Wood," "Dangerous Minds," "Ruthless People," "Beaches," "Three Men and a Baby" and "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids." While an executive at Disney, Hoberman championed the first-ever full-length stop-motion animation feature, Tim Burton's "The Nightmare Before Christmas."

Hoberman started his career working in the mailroom at ABC and quickly ascended in the entertainment business, working for Norman Lear's Tandem/T.A.T. in television and film. He worked as a talent agent at ICM before joining Disney in 1985.

Today, Hoberman is an associate professor at UCLA's Graduate School in the Producers Program. He sat on the board of the Starlight Starbright Foundation for more than 10 years, is a member of the Board of the Anxiety Disorders Association of America and sat on the Board of the Los Angeles Free Clinic for six years.

Hoberman is also a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. He is a member of the Board of Suffolk University in Boston and on the Board of Overseers at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.

Kate Cohen

Kate launched Straight Up Films with partner, Marisa Polvino, in 2008, where her resourcefulness, exceptional sales skills, and knack for uniting creative talents laid the foundation for a thriving business in one of the most challenging economies in decades. Their first-rate film slate includes Transcendence, directed by Academy Award winner, Wally Pfister, starring Johnny Depp, Morgan Freeman and Rebecca Hall; Jane Got a Gun, directed by Gavin O'Connor, starring Natalie Portman, Joel Edgerton and Ewan McGregor; Apex, produced with Barry Josephson and Academy Award winning production company, Voltage Pictures; La Divina, a musical biopic about the beautiful, enigmatic opera singer, Maria Callas, produced alongside Academy Award winner, Bruce Cohen (American Beauty, Milk, Silver Linings Playbook) and Someone Marry Barry, a comedy produced with Barry Josephson, starring Tyler Labine and Lucy Punch. Forging her career in New York, Kate found her exceptional ability to build relationships integral to her early success working in freelance PR for high-end brands, and subsequently in raising significant financing for films. With this latter endeavor, Kate found the perfect home for her creative passion, persistence and business savvy as a feature film producer. Soon thereafter, she co-wrote and produced her first feature, Away From Here. In addition to building the Straight Up Films business, Kate's innovative vision and eye for talent led her to launch the commercial division, Disorderly Conduct, where she has been a key player in developing a prominent roster of directors, and in discovering new marketing, branding, and cross-media opportunities between the two divisions.

Dominic Power

Born in London. Has worked as an actor for many years.From playing one of the Lawrence Five in Paul Greengrass' "The Murder Of Stephen Lawrence" to featuring in J.A Bayona's "The Impossible" along side Ewan McGregor. Dominic has recently been seen working with Tom Courtenay and Gemma Jones in ITV's Unforgotten. Previously in Channel 5's improvised crime drama, "Suspects" where he played a schizophrenic accused of murder.

Sean Cross

Sean Cross is a film producer and entrepreneur. Sean is the co-founder and co-owner of the Vail Film Festival in Vail, Colorado and the Los Cabos International Film Festival in Los Cabos, Mexico.

The Vail Film Festival has honored many leading actors and filmmakers, including Jesse Eisenberg, Harold Ramis, Olivia Wilde, Michelle Monaghan, Kevin Smith, Krysten Ritter, Adrian Grenier, Luke Wilson, Zach Braff, Sophia Bush, Jane Seymour, Tate Taylor, and many more.

The Los Cabos International Film Festival is fast becoming the "Cannes of Latin America" and has hosted many high profile celebrities, including Jared Leto, Liam Neeson, Ewan McGregor, Rosario Dawson, Reese Witherspoon, Edward Norton, Matt Dillon, Virginia Madsen, Octavia Spencer, Melissa Leo, Josh Lucas, Allison Janney, Tate Taylor, Atom Egoyan, Xavier Dolan, Gael Garcia Bernal, Diego Luna, and many others.

Corrie Danieley

Most recently Ms. Danieley played Jesse Orcutt in the movie "American Pastoral" based on the Pulitzer Prize winning novel by Philip Roth, directed by Ewan McGregor and starring Ewan McGregor, Jennifer Connelly, and Dakota Fanning. She also played Betty Ireton in the feature film "A Kind of Murder" directed by Andy Goddard and starring Patrick Wilson and Jessica Biel. A member of Actor's Equity, Ms. Danieley has performed off-Broadway and regionally. A few of her favorite stage roles include: Roxanne in "Cyrano de Bergerac", Katarina in "Taming of the Shrew", Tamora in "Titus Andronicus", Mabel in "Pride's Crossing", and the Skriker in Caryl Churchill's "The Skriker".

In addition to her performance work, Ms. Danieley is an Assistant Professor of Theatre in the School of the Arts at Northern Kentucky University. She directs main stage productions and teaches courses in acting (Certified Teacher of the Michael Chekhov Technique), voice for the actor, audition techniques, performing Shakespeare, and The Alexander Technique. She earned her MFA in Acting from Illinois State University. Favorite regional and university directing credits include: The Winter's Tale, Company, Failure: A Love Story, A... My Name is Alice, Romeo and Juliet, Twelfth Night, The Tempest, A Christmas Carol, and She Loves Me. She is also a Certified Teacher of The Alexander Technique (Alexander Technique International) and is working with the Norton Neuroscience Institute in Louisville, Kentucky on developing ways that The Alexander Technique can benefit and bring ease to people who have non-epileptic seizures.

She was born and raised in St. Louis Missouri by Larry and Carole Danieley. Her brother is actor Jason Danieley.

Gregory Hatanaka

Gregory Hatanaka is a film distributor and producer.

Hatanaka has overseen and/or been affiliated with the distribution of over 200 films including: John Woo's iconic film The Killer starring Chow Yun-Fat; The Coen Brothers' Blood Simple; The Stranger, directed by the legendary Academy Award recipient Satyajit Ray; South of Heaven, West of Hell directed/starring Dwight Yoakam, Vince Vaughn, Billy Bob Thornton, Bridget Fonda, My Favorite Season starring the legendary Catherine Deneuve and directed by Andre Techine; "Blue Juice" starring Catherine Zeta-Jones and Ewan McGregor; the films of France's Claude Chabrol; the original Fever Pitch starring Colin Firth; Too Tired To Die starring Oscar winner Mira Sorvino; Kiss & Tell with Heather Graham, Rose McGowan and David Arquette; Portraits Chinois starring Helena Bonham-Carter; Bad Manners starring Oscar nominee David Strathairn; A Little Bit of Soul starring Oscar winner Geoffrey Rush, The Bridge directed by Gerard Depardieu, La Separation starring Isabelle Huppert, Santosh Sivan's The Terrorist, Abel Ferrara's R'Xmas, and Leni Riefenstahl's classic Olympia. Hatanaka also restored and distributed the martial arts milestone film Master of the Flying Guillotine.

As a filmmaker, his features include Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance, the drama Until The Night, the cult thriller Mad Cowgirl and the art/experimental drama Caged Beauty.

Simon Boswell

Simon Boswell was born in London, UK on October 15th, 1956. He is a film composer with more than 90 films to his credit.

At seventeen Simon went to Pembroke College in Cambridge to study English Literature. Already an accomplished guitarist, and whilst still at college, he was signed by Transatlantic Records in 1975. This resulted in his first solo album, 'The Mind Parasites', a collection of contemporary acoustic songs and instrumentals.

In 1977, at the beginning of punk rock, he formed the band "Advertising". Labelled 'Power Pop' the band was more of an homage to the pop art style of Andy Warhol and the Velvet Underground. They toured extensively with Blondie. Following the demise of Advertising, Simon became a record producer both in the UK and Italy. His production of Italian mega star Renato Zero is to this day the biggest selling Italian album of all time. His record productions from the 1980s have influenced many contemporary musicians - notably the sample of the band 23 Skidoo's 'Coup' which became The Chemical Brothers' 'Block Rockin' Beats'.

Recent years have seen him collaborate with many high profile artists for his film projects: Elton John, Dolly Parton and Marianne Faithful, and work with musicians from bands including Blur, Orbital, The Sex Pistols and Echo And The Bunnymen.

Twice BAFTA nominated, and with countless awards from around the world, his prolific film career stretches back to 1985 and his roots in Italian horror with Dario Argento.

Since then he has worked with many of the world's most ambitious directors including Danny Boyle, Michael Hoffman, Clive Barker and Alejandro Jodorowsky and spanned every conceivable genre, from his early work on Italian exploitation movies (Phenomena, Stage Fright) to contemporary thrillers (Shallow Grave, Hackers), horror flicks (Lord of Illusions, Hardware), romances and character studies (Jack & Sarah, This Year's Love, Born Romantic), dramas (In My Father's Den, The War Zone, My Zinc Bed), fantasies (Santa Sangre, Photographing Fairies, Tin Man) and literary classics (A Midsummer Night's Dream, Cousin Bette).

Boswell brings to each new project an energy and distinctiveness that stems from his unconventional background and his own admission that he lives in a 'musical vacuum'. No stranger to live performance as well as the recording studio, he is just as accomplished with electronic and rock music as epic orchestral scores, often combining the two.

His rare forays into TV have often managed to shock: The Lakes (BAFTA nominated), "Pornography: The Musical" and "Songbirds" - both collaborations with film-maker Brian Hill and poet Simon Armitage.

In Autumn 2006, after 12 years in the making, Simon's album 'Close Your Eyes' was released independently via his own Flick Records. 'I cut up my previous scores into bits and re-assembled them as new songs mixing full orchestra with musicians from Blur and The Kills and spoken word parts for some of the actors and directors I have worked with along the way - including Ewan McGregor, Ray Winstone, Goran Visnij, Dario Argento and Alejandro Jodorowsky.

Simon continues to work on his own unique art project called "Blink!" - an audio-visual installation of portraits extracted from news footage, looped to last forever, and individually scored with their own soundtracks. This was first exhibited at the ICA in London in 2002 on 4 simultaneous cinema-sized screens.

Simon's first project with the Vatican, Santo Subito, is a film in collaboration with the Vatican setting the speeches, and for the first time, the singing of Pope John Paul II to Simon's music and visuals.

John Gillespie

JOHN GILLESPIE PRODUCER John Gillespie has an Honours Degree in both Law and Film Studies from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada and attended various seminar courses at New York University in New York City, US. This foundation granted him the privilege to work and apprentice for many writers, painters and filmmakers during his Internship at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City in 1990.

In 1991, John began his career with Commercials at Rawi Sherman in Toronto which led him to the realm of Feature Films and Documentaries. Since 1993, John has worked on fifteen (15) features as an Art Director/Production Designer before entering into Producing. Designing allowed him to work in Moscow, Israel, Los Angeles, New York City and Toronto.

John is well versed with a sound understanding of the various stages of Feature Film Development: pre-production/development, production/financing, post-production/delivery and distribution channels.

Since 1997, John has been producing his own pictures which were completely financed through independent sources. In 2002, John started a publicly traded film company that ventured into distribution.

Shortly after, in 2003, John produced Hollywood North which Premiered in the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) featuring the Directorial Debut of Award Winning Producer Peter O'Brian. Hollywood North was awarded Best Picture at the Cinefest International Film Festival. While, Post City Toronto highlighted the film as being one of Toronto's Top 25 Films of All Time.

From 2004 - 2008 John collaborated with Kim Coates with Ewan McGregor (Ice Cream Bandits), Mark Irwin (A Perfect Day), and Saul Rubinek. Four (4) pictures with Rubinek, God's Thumbprint - Skylark - High Diving - Cruel But Necessary, on a studio level in partnership with Warner Bros. As well, John endeavoured to facilitate the creation of a co-production of Baker Street (Lionsgate release 'Bank Job').

John discovered 2009 was a great time to shift his focus to further develop and expand his real estate investments. With the onset of 2010, John partnered with Brad Clark to launch a film production company, which currently is developing six (6) Feature Films and a TV series.

Along with his passion for film creation, John has acquired 30 feature films in his library.

Axel Kuschevatzky

Axel Kuschevatzky is a movie producer, with an extensive background in film journalism, TV production and scriptwriting.

He was associate producer of Juan José Campanella's acclaimed feature "The Secret in Their Eyes" (El Secreto de sus ojos, 2009), Oscar-winner picture in the of Best Foreign language category in 2010. "The Secret in Their Eyes" sold more than 2.500.000 tickets in Argentina (breaking a 35 year old record) and 1.000.000 admissions in Spain. It also won two Goya awards; Best Latin-American Picture and Best Newcomer actress (Soledad Villamil), with seven other nominations including Best Picture and Best Director. Among other previous awards were nine Clarín(including Best Picture), thirteen Sur awards from the Argentinean's Academy of Motion Pictures, five awards at La Habana Film Festival (including the Audience Award), and a nomination an Ariel as Best Spanish-Speaking feature from Academia Mexicana de Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas. The film was released in the US by Sony Pictures and it was sold to more than 15 countries including UK, Germany, Taiwan, Brazil, Mexico, France and Italy.

He was also associate producer of "The Widows of Thursdays" (Las Viudas de Los Jueves, 2009), Marcelo Piñeyro's thriller based on the best seller written by Claudia Piñeiro and starring Pablo Echarri, Leonardo Sbaraglia and Ernesto Alterio; and also produced the animated movie "Plumíferos - Aventuras Voladores" (2010), the first feature made with open source software featuring the voices of Luisana Lopilato and Mariano Martínez.

In March 2009 he became head of film production at Telefé, Argentina's biggest TV network.

Since 2004 Axel has been the co-host of CNN/TNT's Latin-American Oscar preshow along Ana Maria Montero. CNN/TNT's Latin-American Oscar preshow is seen by more than 120 million people in the region, from Puerto Rico to Tierra del Fuego.

Axel Kuschevatzky was born in the Almagro neighborhood in Buenos Aires in October 1972. His mother is a child psychologist and his father a pediatrician and piano player.

He studied copywriting and did appear as a teenager on TV answering about Horror Movies in a Quiz Show.

After that he was the host of a weekly movie series, Cine Bizarro in the local cable network CV 5, and was part of the prestigious interview show "Los Hacedores", focused on performing and visual arts.

Axel defines himself as a movie reporter and not as a film critic, more of a movie buff.

He also hosted movie shows in Argentina like "Alucine" (América TV), "Cinescape" (CVN), "Apasionados: El especial" (2002), "Telefé Cortos", and presented weekly series "Terrormania" (Telefé), and "Nosotros También Nos Equivocamos" (Telefé), two Oscar specials for Canal 9, and movie features in "América Noticias", "Telefé Noticias", "Zoo" (América TV), and "Maru a la Tarde" (Telefé), besides doing interviews and TV specials.

He also interviewed filmmakers like Martin Scorsese, Woody Allen, Clint Eastwood, James Cameron, George Lucas, Sam Raimi, M. Night Shyamalan, John Woo, John Lasseter; actors Nicolas Cage, Christian Slater, Anthony Hopkins, Cate Blanchett, Joaquin Phoenix, Willem Dafoe, Kurt Russell, Ewan McGregor, Will Smith, Viggo Mortensen, Chris O'Donell, Adam West, Martin Landau, Robin Williams, Danny de Vito, Edward Norton, Dustin Hoffman, Samuel Jackson, Liam Neeson, Hugh Jackman, Tom Hanks, Daniel Radcliffe, Ruppert Gint, Richard Harris, Sharon Stone, Hugh Grant, Sandra Bullock, Mark Wahlberg, Guy Pierce, Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, Keanu Reeves, Sean Connery, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Matt Damon, among many others.

He co-adapted the scripts for "La Niñera", based on the US hit show "The Nanny". It was the first sit-com made in Latin-America, co-produced by Sony y Telefé Contenidos, winner of the Clarín award as best TV comedy in 2004. For the same companies - Sony y Telefé Contenidos - he co-adapted "Married with Children" into the hugely successful "Casados Con Hijos", winner of the Martin Fierro award as best comedy in 2005 and also nominated for the Clarín Award. Both sitcoms were broadcasted in Venezuela, Spain, Perú and Puerto Rico.

He was Telefé's head producer for "Fear Factor" (Factor Miedo).

He also acted in small roles in shorts and features like "Ceibo y Taba" (2002), "Plan" (2000), "Graciadió" (1997) y "No seas cruel" (1996, both directed by Raúl Perrone), "Who Is Alejandro Chomski?" (2002, along Emir Kusturica, Julie Delpy and Jim Jarmush) and in the telefilm "Manos libres - El caso del bebé de los Perales" (2005, directed by Carlos Sorín).

He played the voice of the character "Jay Limo" in the Argentinean Spanish dubbing of "Cars" (2006).

Was interviewed for the documentary "Biography - Adam West: Behind the Cowl" (2000) for US cable network A&E.

Since 1995 have been editor and publisher of the movie magazine "La Cosa", the longest running of its kind in Spanish.

He also wrote for newspapers like "Clarín", "La Nación" and "El Cronista Comercial", and magazines like "Playboy", "Miradas", "Veintitrés", "RSVP", "Madhouse", and "El Lápiz Japonés" among others.

His radio work includes "El León de la Metro", along Bebé Sanzo and Ronnie Arias, "La Cornisa" with Luis Majul, and "Cambio de Aire", with Román Lejtman.

He also did research for the books "Un Diccionario de Cine Argentino" and "Un Diccionario de Cine Argentino, Volumen 2", written by Raúl Manrupe and María Alejandra Portela.

Axel won the journalism award TEA Estimulo, has been jury for the Clarín Cine awards, film and creative consultant for Telefé since 2000 and jury of the 3º Festival Nacional De Cine Con Vecinos in Saladillo.

Axel Kuschevatzky lives in Buenos Aires with his wife, son and daughter.

Russ Malkin

Event producer, creative director and all-round entrepreneur Russ Malkin does not let barriers stand in his way. When it comes to producing some of the World's leading events and record-breaking challenges, Russ thrives on the challenge of the 'impossible'.

This pioneering spirit has allowed Russ to pull off a range of major stunts, ranging from taking a movie from script to screen in a record-breaking 13 days, to pitching super cars in a race against the Orient Express. He even secured Boots as title sponsors of the World's largest aerobics event with 15,000 people exercising in London's Earls Count to raise £1million for the Royal Marsden Cancer Appeal.

Russ was the business brain behind Long Way Round, the global TV success story that saw Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman riding east around the World from London to New York. Their exploits formed a unique television series that went on to spawn a best-selling DVD, book and CD soundtrack. The series sold worldwide into territories including Australia, Canada, Japan, France, Spain and Italy. Soon after, Ewan and Charley were ready for another expedition; Long Way Down was the highly acclaimed follow-up and saw the guys ride from the northern most point of Scotland, down to the southern tip of South Africa and the show was sold into 40 countries worldwide.

Inbetween Long Way Round and Long Way Down, Russ and Charley found the time to race in the infamous Dakar Rally in January 2006. The rally is one of the worlds most dangerous races and saw the team race from Lisbon, Portugal to Dakar, Senegal; encountering hazardous terrain and tough conditions. The show was first aired on Sky and a DVD and book soon followed, highlighting their experience.

By Any Means, and By Any Means 2, first shown in 2008, were acclaimed for their creative and adventurous concept. Charley and Russ found themselves travelling from Ireland to Australia, and then Australia to Japan, by any means necessary on all forms of transport; including gondolas, sailing yachts, and elephants! They sold over 400,000 DVDs and 350,000 books and they continue to be a firm favourite.

As well as television production, Russ has also published his first adventure book; Big Earth's 101 Amazing Adventures. Published by Transworld Publishing in 2010, the book saw him travel around the world showcasing must-do adventures for keen travellers. From weekend trips to month long excursions, Russ provides an insight into exciting trips, that has kept the book top of the best sellers.

Russ is currently preparing a second series of Charley Boormans Extreme Frontiers, following on from the success of Extreme Frontiers Canada which aired in 2011 and saw Charley Boorman back on his bike and really getting under the skin on the country. The next series, due for release later on in 2012, follows Charley as he undertakes various adventures within the country of South Africa.

This hectic schedule is nothing new for Russ, who has been producing events and TV shows for the last 15 years. It was his experience in large-scale event management, TV production and global broadcast distribution that allowed Long Way Round to be the huge success it became.

Via his TV production company, Big Earth, Russ has masterminded some of the most exclusive sponsor-led global sports and event programming, including: the FIA European Drag Racing Championships 2000-2003; the FIM European Bike Championships 2000-2003; the Honda Formula One Powerboat Championships 2001; Class One World Offshore Powerboat Championship 2001; Class One Offshore Powerboat Championship; Formula One motor racing; and the Honda Formula Four Stroke, for which Russ secured carriage on Channel 4.

Big Earth also produced and retain global broadcast rights to the World Wakeboarding Championships 2001, 2002, and 2003, and the European Wakeboarding Championships 2002. Their market leadership was cemented with exclusive broadcast rights for UK and European Kitesurfing competitions.

Often Russ develops a concept, secures relevant sponsors and sells worldwide broadcast rights. The Intercontinental Hotels Riviera Challenge (1992) was one such event. A unique mix of cars assembled in London's Trafalgar Square before heading off to the Hotel Carlton in Cannes. The vehicles, collectively valued at more than £5million, were driven by international celebrities and racing drivers, and competed in a series of Motor Sport Track Tests at Brands Hatch and Dijon.

Russ also devised the concept for some innovative TV sports events: the World's Fittest Woman 2003, featuring ten world-class extreme sports champions in a multi-challenge competition, sponsored by the Hong Kong Tourism Board and aired on Sky Sports, ESPN and Fox; The Blue Eskimo Adventure Challenge, a seven-show series spotlighting a 36-hour non-stop challenge incorporating mountain biking, abseiling, trail walking, rope work and canoeing, sponsored by Ordnance Survey; and the Puma Dream Team Challenge, a one-hour special hosted by Linford Christie shown on Sky and Channel 5.

One of the most glamorous sporting events must be the Venice-Simplon Orient Express Challenge, developed by Russ in the 90s. This historic race featured celebrities and drivers in a jaw-dropping line-up of Lamborghinis, Aston Martins, Porsches and Ferraris dashing from London to Venice in a race to beat the World famous Orient Express train.

Russ showed a shrewd appreciation of branding by spearheading the campaign to save the floundering HEMS London Air Ambulance after it lost its sponsor. Harnessing the national media and making it a hot topic in the capital, he persuaded Richard Branson to come to the rescue with a Virgin-branded mini helicopter. Within two weeks, Virgin took over the contract and the future of London's air ambulance was secure.

This brand prowess was again to the fore when Haymarket approached Russ to produce the Clothes Show Live 2002 and 2003 as a one-hour prime-time special on ITV. With presenters including Caryn Franklin, Tess Daly and Tamara Beckwith, the event achieved benchmark status as the ultimate showcase for UK fashion.

Russ and his production company Big Earth have devised, developed and delivered some of the World's most exhilarating event television. Imagination and daring are all that can hold Russ back, and he has those by the barrel-load. Something tells me this is only the start.

Zygi Kamasa

Zygi Kamasa is the CEO of Lionsgate UK and Europe, one of the leading independent distributors in Europe.

In 1998 Zygi co-founded the independent film distribution company Redbus Film Distribution and amongst his early successes he invested in and co-produced Bend it Like Beckham. In October 2005, Redbus was sold to Lionsgate Entertainment, netting Zygi and his business partner Simon franks $35million and it subsequently changed its name to Lionsgate UK.

Through Redbus to Lionsgate UK, Zygi has overseen the investment, production, and distribution of over 500 films and has had over 200 UK Top Ten Box Office hits including, most recently, The Expendables franchise, The Hunger Games movies, Kathryn Bigelow's Oscar-winning Hurt Locker, Olympus Has Fallen and its sequel London has Fallen, Magic Mike, Sicario and Deepwater Horizon.

Zygi has made investing in UK projects a key part of the company strategy, and has co-financed and Executive Produced over 30 British Films.

His notable successes include Salmon Fishing in the Yemen starring Ewan McGregor and Emily Blunt, Great Expectations starring Ralph Fiennes & Helena Bonham Carter, Filth starring James McAvoy, The Railway Man starring Colin Firth & Nicole Kidman, A Little Chaos directed by Alan Rickman and starring Kate Winslet, Locke starring Tom hardy, Brooklyn starring Soarse Ronan, and Eddie the Eagle starring Taron Egerton and Hugh Jackman.

Across all of his films, Zygi has garnered over 45 Bafta nominations and 40 Oscar Nomination and he has committed to invest in an additional 25 British films over the next four years.

Kevin Derr

Kevin Derr is a California native and second generation Stuntman and Stunt Coordinator. Over the last 17 years his career has included some of the biggest scale Feature Films and TV shows, helping to bring big fast-paced action to both the large and small screens. Kevin has spent many years doubling for 'A list' actors such as Toby McGuire, Ewan McGregor, Ryan Phillippe and Simon Baker among many others. Over the last several years he has shifted his focus toward Stunt Coordinating. You can see some of his latest work on CBS's hit TV show 'The Mentalist.' He has been a ten year member of the elite stunt group the "International Stunt Association." Kevin has been nominated for both SAG and Taurus World Stunt Awards Multiple Years. Kevin and his wife Lisa have been married ten years and reside in Valencia, CA with their three young kids.

Al Clark

Al Clark was born in Huelva, Spain. He began his working life as a journalist on the London magazine Time Out before joining the still-embryonic Virgin, first as publicity director for the record company (where he represented the Sex Pistols, XTC, Devo, Phil Collins and Mike Oldfield, among others), then as founder and editor of The Film Yearbook, and finally as head of production for the film division. His British film credits as co-producer include "Nineteen Eighty-Four" (director Michael Radford) and "Aria" (directors Robert Altman, Jean-Luc Godard, Nicolas Roeg and others), and as executive producer, "Absolute Beginners" (director Julien Temple) and "Gothic" (director Ken Russell). Moving to Sydney, he was appointed to the board of The Australian Film Commission. During this period he produced "The Crossing" (director George Ogilvie) starring a young Russell Crowe, with whom he later worked again on "Heaven's Burning". In 1994 he produced Stephan Elliott's "The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert", which was nominated for a Golden Globe as best picture, won an Oscar for costume design, plus two BAFTAs and multiple festival awards, and remains one of the most successful Australian films of all time. The stage musical adaptation that followed has run successfully in Australia and New Zealand, played for three years in London's West End, for 15 months on Broadway, has completed nationwide tours of the US and UK, and has opened local language productions in Italy, Brazil, Argentina, South Korea and Spain. Clark's other producing credits include "Eye of the Beholder", also directed by Stephan Elliott and starring Ewan McGregor and Ashley Judd, director John Polson's "Siam Sunset", Scott Roberts' "The Hard Word" starring Guy Pearce, Rachel Griffiths and Joel Edgerton, two films with director Ana Kokkinos, "The Book of Revelation" and "Blessed". Both were premiered at the Toronto Film Festival, and "Blessed" also won the jury prize for best screenplay at San Sebastian Film Festival. Additionally, Clark produced "Red Hill", written and directed by Patrick Hughes. Invited to the 2010 Berlin Film Festival, released by Sony in the US and Australia. In 2017, he produced "Flammable Children", his third film with Stephan Elliott. As executive producer, Clark's credits include Andrew Dominik's "Chopper", which won numerous awards and launched the international career of Eric Bana, Darren Ashton's mockumentary "Razzle Dazzle", which premiered at the 2007 Berlin Film Festival, and the musical "Goddess", directed by Mark Lamprell. Clark has served on the official juries of the San Sebastian, Valladolid and Adelaide Film Festivals and is also the author of two books: "Raymond Chandler in Hollywood" and "The Lavender Bus". He was the recipient of the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Raymond Longford Award for lifetime achievement, the nation's highest screen accolade in January 2013, and was appointed to the board of Screen Australia in December 2014.

Pia Di Ciaula

Pia Di Ciaula is best known for editing The Crown, Tyrannosaur and A Quiet Passion.

Di Ciaula was born to Italian parents in Toronto where she began her film editing career. She received a Gemini Award Nomination for Best Editing on Choices of the Heart: The Margaret Sanger Story. She received two Genie Award Nominations for Best Editing for her first two feature films that were Canadian/UK co-productions, Intimate Relations starring Julie Walters, and Regeneration starring Jonathan Pryce. She then relocated to London and collaborated with Gillies MacKinnon on seven films including Hideous Kinky with Kate Winslet, Pure with Keira Knightley, and The Last of the Blonde Bombshells winning Judi Dench a Golden Globe and a BAFTA.

Other features include Silk with Keira Knightley, Nora starring Ewan McGregor, Belle and The Journey Home.

Di Ciaula's prolific collaboration with director David Blair resulted in the multi-Emmy and BAFTA Award winning show The Street starring Timothy Spall and Tess of the D'Urbervilles starring Gemma Arterton and Eddie Redmayne.

Hugh Hudson (Chariots of Fire, Greystoke) and Di Ciaula collaborated on Altamira starring Antonio Banderas. Di Ciaula then edited with "the UK's greatest living autour" Terence Davies on A Quiet Passion starring Cynthia Nixon as Emily Dickinson along with Keith Carradine and Jennifer Ehle.

Di Ciaula's first collaboration with actor/writer/director Paddy Considine was Tyrannosaur which won approximately 40 awards world-wide including Sundance, Best Independent British Film and a BAFTA. Di Ciaula and Considine's wonderful collaboration continued on his sophomore film Journeyman which will be released later this year.

Di Ciaula is presently editing The Crown for Netflix and Left Bank Pictures with three-time Oscar nominee Stephen Daldry (The Reader, The Hours) and two-time Oscar nominee Peter Morgan (Frost/Nixon, The Queen). The Crown is a multi-Golden Globe and BAFTA winner.

Ted Jordan

Ted started his career as a radio DJ more than three decades ago. Since then, he has lent his voice talents to multiple voice projects from audio-books to commercials. He's been an acting coach for the past 14 years while still appearing in national print ads such as 'The U.S. Army'. He has appeared in national 'Sears' commercials as well as numerous local and regional commercials. Ted was a stand-in for Isaiah Washington in the feature film 'Hurricane Season starring Forest Whitaker and in 'I Love You Phillip Morris' starring Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor. Ted has also appeared in 'Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans' starring Nicholas Cage and appeared in local features such as, 'Belleville', East Plains: Get Out' and 'Casualties of the State'. Ted has also appeared on the stage in 'Money Can't Buy You Love' at the Orpheum Theatre. Having gone full-circle, Ted is now writing, directing and producing his own productions through his production company Crossing Jordan Entertainment, llc with his wife and partner Crystal Jordan. Having wrapped season 1 of the comedy series 'The Sinister Truth', Ted is in post-production of the comedy film short 'The PIMP That Stole Christmas' and production of season 2 of 'The Sinister Truth' and in-development of the action-adventure feature film 'The Restorer'. Ted and Crystal have been married 28 years and they have three sons.

Lee Neville

Lee has been inspired by the entertainment industry since he was a child and through that inspiration now lives to inspire others through entertainment. He has trained and worked professionally in Los Angeles, Florida, Paris and London. He has performed as an actor, singer and dancer on film, television and stage, and in commercials. He also writes, directs, models and coaches acting.

Highlights of Lee's career include writing, directing and acting in two of his own short plays and eight of his own short films to date. While in LA he has trained with coaches Elisa Eliot and Art Wolff. In the UK Lee has been coached by Mel Churcher and studied at the Actors Temple, RADA, Pinewood Film Studios, Lyric Theatre Hammersmith and the Theatre Royal Haymarket where he has learned from numerous practitioners including Patrick Stewart, James McAvoy, Ewan McGregor, Jeremy Irons, Imelda Staunton and Jane Krakowski to name a few.

Lee is an avid supporter of various children's charities including Give Kids The World in Florida and the Duke of Edinburgh's Award in the UK.

Bayard Carey

Bayard Carey was born in Denver, Colorado, and was educated at private schools in Connecticut, Vermont, The Webber Douglas School of Dramatic Art in London, England, as well as at the San Francisco Art Institute where he took a sound recording class from Oscar winner Walter Murch. He also attended the International Film Workshops in Camden, Maine. Mr. Carey was nominated for Emmy Awards two years in a row in 2006 and 2007. Bayard initially worked in the mountaineering business for over nine years. He worked for Eastern Mountain Sports in Boston, at Sierra Designs in Berkeley, California, and then co-managed a retail store for Marmot Mountain Works. In 1980 at the invitation of a film editor friend in New York, Bayard began work in the motion picture industry as an 'unofficial' apprentice film editor on They All Laughed (1981) directed by Peter Bogdanovich, and then on Ragtime (1981), a film directed by Milos Forman. He then returned to the West coast to be an assistant editor at Lucas Film on the Emmy Award winning documentary The Making of 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' (1981) (TV). One day, Mr. Carey visited the Marmot Mountain Works store in Berkeley, CA where members of the crew for the feature film Never Cry Wolf (1983) were purchasing cold weather gear. He was able to wrangle a job as personal assistant to the director, Carroll Ballard. Finally, Bayard moved to Los Angeles and began to work for Sam Peckinpah as his driver, location scout, set p.a., cable person, and then as the sound recordist on The Osterman Weekend (1983). Currently he resides in the creative film capital of Santa Fe, New Mexico. He has been recording motion picture sound around the world for over 30 years in distant locations: The Bahamas, Alaska, Antarctica, Arizona, Canada, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, India, Louisiana, Maine, Mexico, New York, Oregon, Panama, Russia, The San Blas Islands, Texas, Utah, & Washington. Bayard is a member of The Cinema Audio Society, The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, and IATSE Local 480 (founding member) & Local 695, and personally owns one of the largest sound equipment inventories in the USA. He is a former member of the Bay Area Post Production Workers, and The Editor's Guild.

He has been privileged to work on films starring, featuring, produced, or directed by Robert Redford, Burt Lancaster, Orson Wells, Michael Douglas, Jacque Cousteau, The Dalai Lama, Cate Blanchette, Jeff Bridges, Robert Duvall, Steven Spielberg, Sidney Ganis, George Lucas, Amy Adams, Jessica Chastain, Emily Blunt, Natalie Portman, Ewan McGregor, Alton Walpole, Diane Kruger, Alan Arkin, Ben Kingsley, Tommy Lee Jones, Bruce Dern, Burt Reynolds, Robert Loggia, Aaron Eckhart, Dennis Hopper, Rutgar Hauer, Craig T. Nelson, Bill Murray, Peter Cook, Ray Liotta, Elliot Gould, John Carradine, Howard Duff, Henry Gibson, Ashley Judd, Stella Stevens, Donald Moffat, Rebecca DeMornay, Frank Langella, Burt Young, Martin Sheen, Whoopie Goldberg, Chuck Connors, Mark Hamill, Robert Mitchum, Robert Englund, David Gilmour, Nick Mason, Melissa Leo, Julian Sands, Sherilyn Fenn, Bill Paxton, Art Garfunkel, Cloris Leachman, Patrick Swayze, Halle Berry, Diane Ladd, Stephen Baldwin, Lisa Bonet, Angelica Huston, Melanie Griffith, Bai Ling, Jennifer Lopez, Lolita Davidovich, Barbara Hershey, Heath Ledger, Julia Stiles, Billy Bob Thorton, Sam Shepard, Charlie Sheen, Louise Fletcher, Val Kilmer, Neve Campbell, Carrie Ann Moss, Colin Hanks, Charles Durning, Jessica Alba, Ruben Blades, Brian Geraghty, Joe Pantoliano, Dermot Mulroney, Meagan Fox, Mickey Rourke, Lucas Black, Clare Bowen, Miriam Colon, Joel Edgarton, Hanna Lawrence, and Jeremy Irvine.

Additionally, he is also proud to have worked along side the following legendary stunt people: Tommy Huff, Buddy Joe Hooker, Glen Wilder, Bobby Bass, Charlie Picerni, Ronnie Rondell, & Debbie Evans, Spike Silver, Jimmy Romano, and Ryan Happy.

Recent and notable films that he has worked on include: Woman Walks Ahead (2017) starring Jessica Chastain, Jane Got a Gun (2014) starring Natalie Portman & Ewan McGregor, The Identical (2014) starring Ashley Judd, The Company You Keep (2012) directed by Robert Redford, & Crazy Heart (2009) starring Jeff Bridges (Academy Award for Best Actor)

Bayard is a hammock designer on the side. His original hammock design was featured in the California Design Exhibition in Pasadena, CA. He will begin worldwide marketing of his newest very high tech design in 2017.

As a world traveler. . . other countries explored while not making films are Costa Rica, The Galapagos, The Orcas Islands, Bora Bora, Argentina, Ecuador, France, England, Spain, The British Virgin Islands, Austria, Switzerland, & Nova Scotia.

He is comfortable working in any environment from alpine peaks & arctic cold, to barren hot deserts, or on a fast paced river, to the high ocean, and tropical islands.

Finally Bayard is a screenwriter, and an advocate for independent women. He is currently completing a trilogy of screenplays led by powerful women as the lead characters.

Hobbies: Kayaking (both ocean & white water), Motorcycling, Mountain Biking, Tennis, Back Country Skiing, Mountaineering, Snorkeling, Photography, and Traveling.

Chris Ryman

Chris trained at the The Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London (UK) whose alumni include, Daniel Craig, Joseph Fiennes,Dominic West, Ewan McGregor, Hayley Atwell and the great Peter Cushing. Chris was born in London to parents of mixed ethnicity. His mother is Caribbean and South American and his father is Portuguese and Russian. This cocktail of cultures has allowed for very versatile casting allowing Chris to play roles ranging from Hispanic, Middle Eastern, Asian, Caribbean and African. Chris also has a great gift for comedy and character comedy which can be seen in his characterizations of The 'Reverand Augustus Wilson', 'Detective Inspector Patel' and as 'Jesus' the serial killer in Fox's FX Channel comedy show "No Signal" Having a passion for Judo, Mixed Martial Arts and having been a competition Kick Boxer in the UK, Chris is keen to take on roles that are physically demanding. This can be seen in the film 'Cleanskin' where Chris plays the assassin 'Yussif' to be released in Cinemas in 2012.

Paul Lapsley

Paul was born in Falkirk, Scotland. His Parent Drew & Beryl Lapsley were both born in the UK. Paul has one younger sister Johanna and two adopted brothers Ricky & Michael.

He attended Falkirk high School where he got his first taste into acting as he enjoyed the drama classes and was always active at sports.

Paul started training in Karate when he was seven years old. He began entering competitions at the age of twelve and won a number of medals in Kobe Osaka and National Championships. In 1993 Paul had a serious hand injury at work and in 1995 had a tumor removed from his abdomen. However he didn't let that get in his way and continued training and competing.

His acting got more serious as he got an agent and started getting work from them. He joined the Scottish Theatre and Music School where he had the opportunity to do 3 plays at the Edinburgh fringe. Paul was also the face for Orange mobile when they did an advert for accessories and was in the Sunday Mail advert (The heart for Scotland). Paul also did extra work some movies Postmortem (1998 Charlie Sheen film), the Last Musketeer (2000 Robson Green TV film) and Young Adam (2003 Ewan McGregor film). 1999 Paul got a part in a Channel 4 documentary for Secret History - Execution on Camp 21 and got a some extra part for BBC Documentary Scotland history - Shot a dawn. He did some modeling for company adverts and posters.

In 2003 Paul became a full time Martial Arts Instructor. In 2004 auctioned for a Martial Art film in England, got signed up by their company Zeon Enterprises. Paul concentrated on Teaching and competing. His acting fell behind. In 2006 Paul meet his future wife Tracy, In 2011 they Married and also Paul won the KOI World Championships, becoming a Karate World Champion.

2012 Paul was approached to do a promo mini trailer for a graphic novel called Accident Man to turn into a feature film. Paul put a fight scene together for it and did a number of acting scenes for them. 2013 got the lead role in The Runner, a mini movie trailer to promo two Glasgow film and TV companies. Paul helped with the fight coordinator for it and was the main actor. 2014 got a part in Trained to Kill as Sergeant Williams and working on stunts and fight scenes.

Marisa Polvino

With a career spanning over fifteen years, Marisa Polvino is a seasoned producer with a proven skill for identifying, packaging, and producing high quality, star driven entertainment across all mediums, genres, and budget levels. With her producing partner Kate Cohen, she formed Straight Up Films in 2008, and since then has been integral in growing the company and securing its first rate film slate. These include 'Transcendence', directed by Academy Award Winner, Wally Pfister, starring Johnny Depp, Morgan Freeman, and Rebecca Hall, and 'Jane Got a Gun', directed by Gavin O'Connor, starring Natalie Portman, Joel Edgerton, and Ewan McGregor. Alongside Eddy Moretti of Vice Media, she is producer on the documentary 'Shot: The Mick Rock Documentary'. With an unusual blend of financial management skills, high-level international relationships, and strong sales skills, Marisa has continually proven to be a true industry innovator and leader. She has a proven track record with budget and P&L management; branding, PR, and cross-media promotion; and financing and investor relations. In her previous positions at Revere Pictures and Eagle Beach Productions, Marisa secured multi-million dollar financing deals from angel investors, hedge funds, and sophisticated wealth managers. During this time she produced 'Outside Providence', starring Alec Baldwin, 'I'll Sleep When I'm Dead', starring Clive Owen and Johnathan Rhys Meyers, 'American Buffalo', starring Dustin Hoffman, 'The Education of Charlie Banks', starring Jesse Eisenberg, and the multiple award-winning 'The Door in the Floor', starring Jeff Bridges and Kim Basinger. In January 2013, Marisa led Straight Up Films to launch the commercial production division Disorderly Conduct, with Ron Cicero as Executive Producer. The company currently represents directors Brett Foraker, Luis Gerard, Jan Wentz, Daniel Levi, Eric Stoltz, and Francesco Calabrese.

Steven Stabler

Steve Stabler is currently Chairman and CEO of Commotion Pictures, an independent film production and distribution company. He has been directly involved in the development, finance, production, acquisition, marketing, and distribution of more than 100 motion picture and television projects. Including full-length motion pictures "Dumb & Dumber", "Kingpin", Beverly Hills Ninja", and "Threesome" which together have grossed over one billion dollars in worldwide receipts. Throughout his career, Stabler has established a reputation for putting value on the screen.

Prior to establishing Commotion Pictures, Stabler co-founded and was Chairman and CEO of Destination Film Distribution Company, Inc., a domestic film distribution company with one hundred employees in production, marketing and distribution. While at Destination, Stabler produced and/or distributed "Bats", starring Dina Meyer, "Eye of the Beholder", starring Ashley Judd and Ewan McGregor, "Drowning Mona", starring Danny DeVito and Bette Midler. "Buying the Cow", "Slackers", "Thomas and The Magic Railroad" starring Alec Baldwin and "Beautiful" directed by Sally Field starring Minnie Driver.

From 1985 to 1996, Steve Stabler was Co-Chairman and CEO of Motion Picture Corporation of America (MPCA), an entertainment company focused on the production, and worldwide marketing and distribution of independent films and television properties. Through groundbreaking agreements with the International Alliance of Theatrical & Stage Employees (IATSE), me Director's Guild of America (DGA) and the Teamsters Union, Stabler's projects have remained competitive with companies making films non-union at the same budget levels. The Company grew from a start-up to fifty employees. In 1996, MPCA was sold to Metromedia International Group where he served as Senior Executive Vice President in charge of marketing, distribution and production for Orion Pictures with responsibility for over four hundred employees. While serving in this capacity at Orion, he produced, marketed and. distributed ten films before Orion was purchased by MGM /UA in July of 1997.

He has recently completed feature films for the R.L. Stein book series "Mostly Ghostly" for Universal Pictures and best selling game "Dungeons and Dragons: Dragonlands" for Paramount Pictures.

Stabler received his B.A. in Motion Picture/Television Production from U.C.L.A. in 1976, his M.F.A. in Motion Picture/Television Production from U.C.L.A. in 1996 and his JD from Loyola Law School in 1981.

Tony Tennant

Tony Tennant was born in Islington London but was brought up in New York city as a teenager. In 1986 he moved back to London,UK where he later joined the Royal Marines. He has over 20 years operational military experience.

Tony entered into TV and film work in 2013 as an supporting artist and then onto acting and action roles. Tony has worked in big productions and with great actors such as Tom Cruise, Ewan McGregor, Stellan Skarsgård and Naomie Harris.

Wicks Walker

Wicks Walker's projects include Spring Breakers (James Franco, Selena Gomez), which premiered at Venice International Film Festival, and after playing Toronto International Film Festival was released worldwide with A24 handling domestic rights, The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby (Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy), which premiered at Cannes Film Festival and was released by The Weinstein Company, and Last Days in the Desert (Ewan McGregor, Tye Sheridan), which premiered at Sundance and was released by Broad Green Pictures. Walker has founded numerous companies which have appeared many times among the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing companies in the U.S. He plays the role of strategist and deal maker in each company and is involved in many tech, art, fashion and media projects.

Eduardo Moratilla

Eduardo Moratilla "Morata". His first movie was La Buena Estrella, directed by Ricardo Franco in 1997. After that Eduardo has worked as stuntman in films like Torrente, Semana Santa, Utopia or Lobo. He has worked in more than 59 movies many of them with stars like Matt Damon, Ewan McGregor, Viggo Mortensen, Luis Tosar, Elija Wood, Mira Sorvino, Clive Owen, Benicio del Toro, Bill Murray, Naomy Watts, Penelope Cruz, Joseph Fiennes, Santiago Segura, Paco Rabal. He joined SAG-AFTRA in 2013 and nowadays works as stuntman and Stunt Coordinator and is a member of the Academia de las Artes y las Ciencias Cinematográficas of Spain.

Lior Ron

Lior Ron is an American-Israeli film composer and multi-instrumentalist musician based in Los Angeles. His debut feature score was for the animated biopic "Pablo" (Jeff Bridges, Andy Garcia, Jon Voight), which premiered at the Rotterdam Film Festival 2012. Lior's music can be heard in numerous feature films such as "Chronicle" and "Road To Juarez" and worldwide trailers such as "Salmon Fishing In The Yemen" (Ewan McGregor & Emily Blunt), "Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World" (Steve Carell & Keira Knightley), "Microsoft Forza Motorsport 5" (Xbox One). Lior is a classically trained trumpet player who has performed and recorded with dozens of artists in his home country of Israel, including multiple gold and platinum albums, TV appearances and film scores.

Born in Israel, 1982, Lior started playing trumpet at the age of 6. By age 16, he was the principal trumpet player & Soloist for the Israeli National Youth Orchestra, touring worldwide. He then served 3 years as a principal trumpet player and soloist for the Israel Defense Force Orchestra. After his release from the IDF in 2003, Lior has performed and recorded with some of the biggest artists in the Israeli Music Market, including Tomer Yosef (Balkan Beat Box), Aviv Geffen (Blackfield), "The Tonight Show Band" (Israeli TV), "American Idol" (Israeli TV) and many more. In 2008, Lior re-located to Los Angeles to score films, TV projects and trailers.

Damian Nixey

Damian has been acting and producing professionally since he secured the lead role in The Steven Shuttleworth Story - an installment in Communicado's award-winning "True Life Stories" TV series - in which he played a young gay man coming out. This was followed by smaller parts in episodes of both Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and Young Hercules.

He moved to London in September 1999, hoping to travel and to further develop his acting. He has since trained at the Central School of Speech & Drama, and attended Ewan McGregor's Masterclass at the Royal Haymarket Theatre.

Now based in Sydney, he is a Co-Founder & Digital Producer for "White Ronin Productions" which specialises in VFX for independent film productions.

Feature films include: "Jen" (UK) "Dealing with Destiny" (AUS). Producing/Exec Production/Acting inc: "Other World" & "A Blow to the Head" (AUS), "The Horror Vault 1-3", "Little Big Boy" (USA, Sweden, Denmark) & LA based online thriller "Cell/Phone".

Guy Michelmore

Guy Michelmore is an award winning composer for film and television. He recently scored "Jackboots on Whitehall" starring the voices of Ewan McGregor, Rosamund Pike, and Richard E Grant. His work with Marvel includes eight animated feature films including Planet Hulk, Dr Strange, and Ultimate Avengers. The latest "Thor: Tales of Asgard" is to be released on DVD in spring 2011. He has collaborated with acclaimed filmmaker Juliet McKoen on a number of her films including the BAFTA winning "Frozen".

His television work currently focuses mostly on animation including the new series of Jungle Book for the BBC, TF1 and Disney, and Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, Superhero Squad and Iron Man for Marvel. He has scored over a hundred films for the BBC's world-famous Natural History Unit in Bristol. He also is an award-winning composer for commercials and corporates. He is best know for large, eclectic scores that blending strong themes and big uplifting orchestral moments with sound design, contemporary and world influences. He has travelled to many parts of the world recording music including Kenya, Madagascar and India.

He has been nominated for an EMMY, an ANNIE and a Wildscreen Award and won awards at the California Independent Film Festival, The IVCA Award for Best Music and Best Score at the The Missoula International Wildlife Film Festival.

He was educated at Oxford University where he read English. He studied composition privately with Tim Blinko from the Royal College of Music. He was a student of Larry Adler, the harmonica virtuoso and with whom he performed on radio and television.

He is represented by Jeff Kaufman of the Kaufman Agency in Los Angeles and Published by Accorder Music in London. Guy orchestrates and conducts but is also supported by a full-time in house team that includes music editors, score preparation, orchestration and Pro Tools editing.

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