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Paul Sorvino

Tall, dark and imposing American actor Paul Sorvino has made a solid career of portraying authority figures.

He was born in Brooklyn, New York City. His mother, Angela (Renzi), was a piano teacher, of Italian descent. His father, Ford Sorvino, was an Italian immigrant who worked in a robe factory as a foreman. Paul originally had his heart set on a life as an opera singer. He was exposed to dramatic arts while studying at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York. He furthered his studies with Sanford Meisner and eventually made his film debut in Where's Poppa?.

Sorvino suffered from severe asthma, and worked hard at mastering various breathing techniques to manage the illness. He wrote a best-selling book entitled "How to Become a Former Asthmatic". He also started the Sorvino Asthma Foundation based in New York City.

Sorvino has appeared in a variety of film, TV and theatrical productions over the the last four decades. He received critical praise for his role in the Broadway play "That Championship Season", and played the role again in the 1981 film alongside Robert Mitchum and Martin Sheen. Other noteworthy performances during the 1980s and 1990s included a stressed-out police chief in Cruising, Mike Hammer's cop buddy in I, the Jury, "Lips Manlis" in Dick Tracy with James Caan and in a standout performance as mob patriarch "Paul Cicero" in the powerhouse Goodfellas.

Always keeping himself busy, Sorvino has performed in nearly 50 movies just in the past decade, including a dynamic and under-appreciated portrayal of Henry Kissinger in Nixon, as "Fulgencio Capulet" in the updated Romeo + Juliet and in the Las Vegas thriller The Cooler.

Sorvino is the proud father of Academy Award-winning actress Mira Sorvino.

Rob Morrow

As an Emmy and Golden Globe nominee, Rob Morrow is a critically acclaimed actor, writer, and director with an established career in television spanning over three decades.

Morrow starred in The Whole Truth opposite Maura Tierney. Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, the legal drama chronicles how a case is built from the perspective of both the defense and the prosecution. The show aired Wednesday nights at 10:00PM on ABC.

On the big screen, Rob will next star in the independent film The Good Doctor opposite Orlando Bloom. He was recently seen in Rob Reiner's The Bucket List starring opposite Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman, which grossed over $170 million worldwide.

Morrow's other film credits include: Michael Hoffman's critically acclaimed film, The Emperor's Club opposite Kevin Kline; Robert Redford's Oscar-nominated film Quiz Show opposite Ralph Fiennes and John Turturro; Daisy von Scherler Mayer's The Guru opposite Heather Graham; Albert Brooks' comedy Mother; Bruce Beresford's Last Danceopposite Sharon Stone; and Sean Smith and Anthony Stark's Into My Heart opposite Claire Forlani and Jake Weber.

Morrow recently starred on the long running CBS hit drama, Numb3rs. He is also well known for his critically acclaimed portrayal of New York doctor gone-to Alaska, Joel Fleischman, on the hit television series, Northern Exposure, which garnered him three Golden Globes and two Emmy Award nominations for "Best Actor in a Dramatic Series." He also starred on the critically acclaimed Showtime original television series, Street Time.

His other television credits include starring as John Wilkes Booth in the TNT movie The Day Lincoln Was Shot, Lifetime's Custody opposite James Denton, the CBS Hallmark Entertainment mini-series Only Love opposite Marisa Tomei, the Showtime movie The Thin Blue Lie opposite Randy Quaid and Paul Sorvino and the CBS movie, Jenifer opposite Laura San Giacomo, Annabella Sciorra, Jane Kaczmarek, and Marisa Tomei.

As a director, Rob's credits include three episodes of Numb3rs, an episode of HBO's crime drama Oz, three episodes of Showtime's original television series Street Time, and three episodes of CBS' highly lauded drama Joan of Arcadia. Morrow made his directorial debut with The Silent Alarm, which premiered at the 1993 Seattle Film Festival, and went on to screen at the Hamptons, Boston, Edinburgh, and Sundance Film Festivals, with its television debut on Bravo. He also directed Maze, an independent feature, which he wrote, produced and co-starred in with Laura Linney in November 2001.

A native New Yorker, Morrow began his theater career working for Tom O'Horgan and Norman Mailer. On Stage, Morrow starred in the hit Broadway show The Exonerated, a drama based on the true tales of six innocent death-row inmates, opposite Penn Jillette and Mia Farrow. Morrow also appeared in Third Street, at the Circle Repertory Theatre and London's West End production of Birdy. He has also been committed to the theater as a founding member of the nonprofit ensemble Naked Angels, along with Marisa Tomei, Fisher Stevens, Ron Rifkin and Nancy Travis, among others.

Morrow is on the Board of Directors of Project ALS. Co-founded by Jenifer Estess, who was diagnosed with ALS in 1997, Project ALS is committed to funding the research necessary for finding effective treatments and a cure for people living with ALS, a fatal neuromuscular disease.

David Cubitt

David Cubitt stars with Naomi Watts and Oliver Platt in feature film Shut In, to be released in early 2016 and he will also be seen this season in Showtime's hit series Ray Donovan.

Recently Cubitt caught the eye of Roland Emmerich and was cast opposite Jonathan Rhys Meyers in feature film Stonewall, which will be premiering at the Gala screening at the Toronto Film Festival in 2015.

You will see him with Jeff Bridges in the upcoming 2015 release of the Universal Pictures feature, The Seventh Son. David is most widely known for his role opposite Patricia Arquette in the hit NBC series, Medium.

Prior to Medium, Cubitt starred alongside Tom Sizemore in the CBS / Michael Mann series, Robbery Homicide Division, set in downtown Los Angeles. "Working with Michael [Mann] is as good as it gets, "says Cubitt," "It's one of those very fortunate turns in my career." He first worked with Michael Mann in the critically acclaimed feature Ali, based on the life of boxing legend Muhammad Ali, starring Will Smith and Jon Voight.

Cubitt starred with Colm Feore in the critically acclaimed film, The Perfect Son, which tells the story of two estranged brothers brought together by their father's death. Cubitt plays a recovering drug addict who must face the revelation that his "perfect" brother is gay and dying of AIDS. His performance earned him a Genie Award nomination, and the John Garfield Award for Best Actor at the Method Fest Film Festival.

Born in England to a Dutch mother and British father, Cubitt was six months old when his family moved to Vancouver. While attending university, he worked on a cable music video show called Night Vision, performing in comedic wrap-around segments. Cubitt describes this experience as "the beginning of [his] love affair with acting."

Cubitt continued to study acting full time, until he was kick out of theatre school where he was told he "couldn't act and would never work." Soon afterward, Cubitt landed a leading role in the in feature, Alive, starring Ethan Hawke. The film was directed by Frank Marshall, and recounts the story of the Uruguayan rugby team who was stranded in the Andes after a plane crash. Pa

Alive helped spark Cubitt's career and it wasn't long before he landed a series regular role on the hit Canadian series Traders, a show about the high-stakes lives of a group of investment bankers. David starred on the show for three and half years, during which time he won the 1997 Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role and the 1998 Gemini Award for Best Dramatic Series.

After landing a development deal with CBS, Cubitt moved to Los Angeles and booked a role in the CBS series Michael Hayes, playing the brother of David Caruso's title character. Cubitt also had a recurring role on the CBS series That's Life, starring Heather Paige Kent, Ellen Burstyn and Paul Sorvino.

Additional television credits include a small arc on A&E's hit series Bates Motel, FOX series The American Embassy, featuring Arija Bareikis, along with several TV movies including the NBC mini-series, 10.5 with Kim Delaney and the CBS', John Christmas.

Additional film credits include the 2014 comedy feature The Colossal Failure of the Modern Relationship with Enrico Colantoni; Swann, starring Brenda Fricker, about the investigation into the brutal murder of a Canadian poet; I Shot A Man in Vegas, starring John Stockwell and Janeane Garofalo; and the mountain climbing adventure K2.

Evgeniya Radilova

Hailing from Bulgaria, where Evgeniya Radilova is one of the most well known faces on screen and the stage has come to the United States to share her talents with us. She is the descendent of four generations of artists. This led her down the path of becoming an actress herself. Shortly after graduating from the National School for Music where she learned piano, she was the youngest actress to play on professional stage. Only 18 years old she was cast in one of the biggest TV show productions called "Masters of the TV", where she co-hosted for three years every night on Bulgarian National TV.

She moved to the United States to explore and continue her career as an actress among the best in the business. Here she graduated from The American Academy of Dramatic Arts with Charles Jehlinger Award for Best Actress, and was invited back to be a part of the 2009-10 AADA Company. With her first show after the academy she booked a leading role in an Off- Broadway production of Blood Wedding, which gave her her Equity Card. She garnered rave reviews from the New York press, as well as from the audiences. Since then she has appeared Off Broadway, become a SAG and AFTRA member, and a lifetime member of The Actors Studio. The incredibly talented and marvelous Ellen Burstyn accepted her into the studio as one of the only 3 people who got accepted that year. Evgeniya played opposite Ellen Burstyn as her daughter in a production of the Cherry Orchard at The Studio. The production was directed by John Gould Rubin.

Also, she appeared on TV shows like Limitless, Law and Order SVU, Elementary, Spartacus, Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll, and completed several short and feature films. She worked on a film called Price for Freedom with Sally Kirkland (Academy Award nominee), Paul Sorvino, Ken Davitian, who played her dad. The film was also profiled on the Larry King Show. Evgeniya is also featured in the independent film "Dreams Of The Last Butterflies, which has now screened at 50 Film Festivals in 13 countries, on 5 continents! The film also has 7 awards. Recently, she was nominated for a Best Actress Award at the Blow-Up Chicago International Arthouse Film Festival For her performance in the film Let Them Have Their Way!

Recently, Evgeniya co-founded iDareProductions where she produced, wrote and directed her film called Patrik. She also directed and produced the music video True Paradise!

Tony Lo Bianco

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

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

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

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

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

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

Cuyle Carvin

A product of upstate NY, Cuyle has spent time living and working in all the major markets - New York, Los Angeles and Atlanta. He earned a BA in Film Production from Hartwick College and graduated cum laude. Before college, his aspirations were to be a pro athlete. Football was his best sport, playing running back and safety. His senior year in high school - he was a division All-Star and won Defensive MVP in the upstate NY all-star game. Before growing two inches in high school, he only stood 5'7" but was able to dunk a basketball. He was a coveted athlete, although he rarely spent much time on any one team, rather choosing to switch the sports he played each year.

He played football in college but ultimately left the sport as practice and games conflicted with his theater productions. He chose theater. He won multiple acting awards for his college productions, including 'Best Supporting' and 'Best Lead' actor roles in the productions of The Little Dog Laughed (Alex), Tape (Jon) and How I learned to Drive (Uncle Peck).

Cuyle has guest starred and appeared in more than ten prime time network television shows and numerous other network shows and films. He's worked lead roles opposite of Nick Wechsler, Paul Sorvino, William Sadler, John Schneider and many more. Most recently he heavily recurred as Dr. Ryan Jones on The Bold & The Beautiful.

Cuyle is a passionate activist for the environment and also animal rights. He's also deeply interested in the world of the paranormal - making time for investigations whenever possible. He's an avid adventurer, with plans to hike the entirety of the Appalachian trail in the near future. He's also a major nerd at heart. He loves playing MtG (Magic the Gathering), D&D, any fantasy or adventure table top game, and any RPG video games. He has an affinity for all things horror and the macabre.

Frank D'Angelo

Frank D'Angelo - Bio Television personality, vocalist, entertainer, author, businessman and now screenwriter and director. Frank D'Angelo is a multifaceted artist who has not only achieved success as a performer, but also as a business man, philanthropist and humanitarian. He first began his career as the lead vocalist and front man of the popular Canadian band, "Toronto". Throughout the 1980's group thrilled audiences with their renditions of classic R&B hits. Frank D'Angelo and his band have also appeared near musical luminaries such as Tom Cochrane, Peter Frampton, Burton Cummings, "LoverBoy", Gino Vanelli, "The Temptations", "The Cowboy Junkies", Alannah Myles and George Canyon. Frank also takes great pride in the many appearances that he has made entertaining the Canadian Armed Forces. He has released his 10th album Cd "Just give me one more moment" which hit #7 on the FMQB AC chart in the USA. As a performer he knew there was a big void in Canadian television for Canadians to promote their talents and so he created and hosts a national late night talk-variety show, 'The Being Frank Show'. Now in its 8th season broadcasts on CHCH Television and City-TV Montreal and is available nationally on Bell TV, Shaw Direct Satellite, Rogers Cable and Rogers On Demand. Al Pacino, Tony Bennett, Graham Greene, Bill Fichtner, Kim Coates, Estella Warren, Bai Ling, Raggae Rapper Snow, Pavlo, Dan Hill, Ian Thomas, Murray McLauchlan, Kevin Hearn of The Barenaked Ladies, Pavlo, Missi Pyle and many more have all been guests on the show. Frank D'Angelo is a native Torontonian, who was raised in a close, Italian-Canadian (Sicilian) family. He is the founder of one of Canada's leading beverage producers and marketers, and is also the owner and C.E.O. of the Mississauga, Ont.- headquartered D'Angelo Brands. His two popular Toronto restaurants, "Mamma D's" and "Forget About it Supper Club" feature superb nouvelle Italian cuisine (including many of Frank's family recipes) as well as a friendly and entertaining atmosphere. But Frank also has a love for movies, in fact he is a fanatic for movies, he has viewed and studied hundreds of movies. He has studied acting and the human condition all his life and ever since he could remember he wanted to write and direct movies. He has written and directed six movies to date all including world class actors. He has worked with James Caan, Paul Sorvino, Robert Loggia, Giancarlo Giannini, Danny Aiello, Martin landau, John Savage, Mira Sorvino, Kris Kristofferson, Daryl Hanna, Robert Davi, Eric Roberts, Margot Kidder, Michael Madsen, Peter Coyote, Doris Roberts, Franco Nero, Armand Assante, Burt Young, John Ashton, Maureen McCormick and more.

His current film The Neighborhood is being release in theaters in August 2017, with his past films The Red Maple Leaf, Sicilian Vampire, No Deposit, The Big Fat Stone and Real Gangsters all winning film festival awards and available worldwide on Video-on-Demand, iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon Instant Video. All of Frank D'Angelo's films are distributed by 20th Century Fox.

Michael Sorvino

Brother of Mira Sorvino and son of Paul Sorvino Attended Mason Gross School of the Arts-Rutgers University

Richard Gabai

Richard is a veteran of Film and Television with an incredibly diverse body of work.

He just wrapped "Justice," a period Western starring Jackson Rathbone, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Steven Lang, Nathan Parsons, Ellen Hollman, Quenton Aaron, and Robert Carradine which has been picked up by Universal for a 2017 Theatrical release.

His career began with a series of cult, genre, and family films including the Quentin Tarantino favorite "Vice Girls," the Genesis Award winning, "The Bike Squad," and the groundbreaking "Call of the Wild 3D."

Richard's Indie thriller "InSight" was theatrically released to critical acclaim Yahoo Movies calling it "Well Directed and Acted From Start to Finish." The feature, starring Natalie Zea, Sean Patrick Flanery, and Christopher Lloyd was later picked up by A&E Networks for its World Television Premiere.

Subsequently, Richard Directed and Produced seven back-to-back features for A&E including : "Imaginary Friend," starring Ethan Embry, Lacey Chabert, Amanda Schul, and Paul Sorvino, "In The Dark," starring Elisabeth Rohm, Sam Page, and Shannon Elizabeth, "The Good Mother," with Helen Slater, Jean Louisa Kelly, Patrick Fabian and Beverly D' Angelo, "Non-Stop," starring Lacey Chabert, Drew Seeley, Will Kemp, and Veronica Cartwright, "The Wrong Woman," starring Danica McKellar, Jonathan Bennett, Dina Meyer, Jaleel White and Jim O'Heir, and "Escaping Amish" starring A J Michalka, Alyson Stoner, Jean Luc Bilodeau, and Jesse McCartney.

"The Wrong Woman" is the highest rated film acquisition in the network's history. It's sequel "Mommy, I Didn't Do It" is set to air on New Year's Day 2017.

Other recent work includes the TV Pilot, "Art Kills."

Richard also continues to work as an actor and musician, his album "Double Life" released Jan 12, 2017.

Additionally, Richard was a producer on both Steve Boyum's Fox feature "Supercross" and the Toronto Discovery Award Winner "Beautiful Boy," which starred Michael Sheen and Maria Bello.

A graduate of USC, Richard lives in Los Angeles with his wife and three children.

Ted Monte

Theodore Mark Monte grew up on a small ranch outside of Denver, Colorado. He attended Colorado State University in hopes of becoming a veterinarian, but was persuaded by his father to earn degrees in Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computing.

Completely bored with these subjects, Ted's girlfriend at the time pushed him to talk to her modeling agent. He did and immediately started modeling and doing commercials which led to his first play. The acting bug bit him.

He graduated from college and moved to New York City to study acting with renowned acting coach Phil Gushee. While studying acting, he did print ads and television commercials for everything from Coors beer to Kraft Salad Dressing to Always Panty Liners (his favorite). He continued to do theatre while in New York with lead roles at the Lincoln Center and the National Theatre in Washington D.C.

In 1991, Ted was cast in his first feature film as an FBI agent in Jonathan Demme's Silence of the Lambs. After this, Ted was cast in David Marnet's Homicide which led to numerous television shows. Tiring of the New York writers, Ted moved to Los Angeles in 1995.

Over the course of his L.A. career. Ted has been in a string of films working with Christian Slater, Roddy McDowall, Joe Mantegna, Jane Kean, Russ Tamblyn, Michael Pane, Luke Perry, Paul Sorvino, William Atherton, and Tom Berringer.

He's peppered his work with television appearances in Melrose Place, The Lair, Homicide:Life in the Streets, Lifetime's A Christmas Wedding Date, and let us not forget SyFy Channel's World Premiere of Curse of the Komodo and several ridiculously large monster movies.

Ted has just wrapped two independent films: Abner, The Invisible Dog and the 3rd in a trilogy of Steampunk movies where he plays the lead in Melanie's Locket.

Ted lives in Los Angeles with his beautiful wife Priscilla Barnes.

Carlotta Elektra Bosch

Carlotta Elektra Bosch was born in Barcelona to a Castilian mother and a Catalan father. One a Designer and the other an Architect and Professor of Art in the University of Girona. Carlotta is the youngest of two siblings, her brother is a Landscape-Architect and Entrepreneur. After her birth the Bosch family moved north where Carlotta grew up between the medieval city of Girona and the Empordà. Her father, a cinephile, shared with Carlotta all his knowledge of Classic Cinema and educated her to understand Art, Philosophy and Literature.

It was from a very young age that Carlotta realized her passion for the Arts. When she was only 3 her love for Stanley Donen's "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers" "Funny Face" and "Singin' in the rain", Vincent Minnelli's "An American in Paris" and "Gigi", Robert Wise's "West Side Story"... and all the American musicals awakened a strong desire in her to learn to dance. After convincing her mother, she started ballet lessons which she studied throughout her childhood. At 5 she initiated fine arts and immediately found a way to express and fulfill her imaginative personality. At 7 she began to read compulsively, for her it was a way to feed her fantasy world. From that, a passion for writing naturally grew which later on was developed within a poetry group in "el Raval" of Barcelona and, later on, Screenwriting studies in New York's University, The New School. Her love for the Performing Arts developed at the beginning of her life, spending her childhood wearing costumes and impersonating all the characters that she saw in films and plays and read about in books. She spent her adolescence acting in many of her school performances while creating all the sets and making movies with her brother and cousins with a 8mm and a HD tape camera from the tender age of six .

Combining design and some modeling work with Spain's most prestigious Francina agency, Carlotta graduated in Interior Architecture (Furniture & Stage Design) in Barcelona. Then she obtained a MFA in Fine Arts in Stockholm, Sweden, where she lived for almost two years. Carlotta's love for humanity has taken her to do volunteer work since her school years helping organizations for the old and the physically and mentally disabled without resources like the Cottolengo. This and her enormous interest to experience other cultures and learn other languages, has taken her traveling through many countries, also living in Greece, Italy, Portugal, France and New Zealand. She has a degree in Art and multiple languages. She speaks Spanish, Catalan, English and Italian.

With a strong will and the lack of English language, Carlotta fearlessly moved to New York to follow her undeniable dream: to pursue an education and a career in acting among the highest levels. Firstly, for some years, she studied the "Lee Strasberg method" in a Theatre Group with Gary Swanson. She also took an intensive Filmmaking course in NYU. Carlotta, soon after moving to NY, was scouted by a modeling agency that provided her with more print and commercial work to pay for her studies. Although Carlotta considered her work as a model merely as a resource to pay student loans, support herself and travel, she became very successful and after some years working incessantly in Europe, Australasia and USA, she had saved enough to study in one of New York's most imminent drama schools. Carlotta applied and auditioned for the best NY schools in drama, facing the difficulty of having to choose one as she was accepted to all of them. It was after reading William Esper's book "The Actor's Art & Craft" and having a personal interview with him, that Carlotta decided to attended William Esper Studio, graduating in June 2011. Among its alumni the school boasts great actors such as: Kathy Bates, Larry David, David Morse, Paul Sorvino, Kristin Davis, Sam Rockwell and Harold Perrineau. These are also some of the other great coaches Carlotta has worked with on her acting and voice: Per Brahe who trained Carlotta in both Mask and Chékov, Cynthia Ettinger who trained Carlotta in the style of the Comedia Dell'Arte, Bob McAndrew (Raul Julia, Richard Dreyfuss, Chris Cooper, Chistopher Walken, Tom Selleck...), Juan Carlos Corazza (Javier Bardem...), Patricia Fletcher (Harvey Keitel, Lynn Redgraves, Jean Reno, Elias Koteas, Gina Gershon...), Nancy Mayans (Alfred Molina, Tom Conti, Mike Colter...), Linda & David Laundra and Deb Jackel.

Carlotta's work recently brought her back to Europe, where she is now established. Even though, she maintains a residence in Los Angeles due to her work ties and love for the City. She is constantly traveling between USA and Europe while performing in numerous productions in both English and Spanish.

Daniel Quinn

Daniel Quinn is from Milwaukee, where his father Roger worked for Pabst Brewing Company as a sales manager and his mother Rosemary owned and operated an employment agency. He was raised in Wisconsin with his two older sisters, Kathleen and Colleen. He began performing at the age of eight, appearing as Kurt in The Sound of Music. That same year he formed his first garage band, on drums. At the age of 10 he appeared as Winthrop in The Music Man and started marching in a drum and bugle corps, eventually joining the Blue Stars Drum and Bugle Corps from La Crosse, Wisconsin. He also appeared in commercials, starring as the "Big Boy" for the hamburger chain's local franchise, Marc's Big Boy. The stage was set.

Part of the Quinn family owned dairy farms outside of Green Bay, Wisconsin, where Daniel spent many days as a child. He began riding horses at the age of 6, sparking his lifelong passion for horses - Daniel would make good use of his equestrian skills later in his acting career, as he has starred in four western film productions.

At 17, he became a member of the International Thespian Society and traveled to London to study at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. While in Europe, he also studied at the Royal Shakespeare Company school at Stratford-upon-Avon.

Returning from London, Daniel appeared in several regional productions, including The King and I, Carousel, and a local production of West Side Story. During that production he met and fell in love with a ballet dancer in the Milwaukee Ballet. Daniel began to dance classically. With his musical background and his passion for dance as a firm foundation, he soon joined the Milwaukee Ballet Company, performing a season of The Nutcracker.

At the age of 19, he became deeply immersed in the strict discipline of classical dance. Daniel then moved to New York City to pursue his artistic dreams, making a brief stop on scholarship with the Harkness School of Ballet where he was mentored by ballet master David Howard. He was then accepted on scholarship into the New York City Ballet's School of American Ballet at Juilliard and while in the school, was honored to have George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins choreograph original pieces on him. As an apprentice, for two years he danced selected pieces with the New York City Ballet Company. During that time, Daniel was seen by Robert Joffrey and Gerald Arpino, and asked to dance as a soloist for one season in the Joffrey ll Ballet Company. The main Joffrey Ballet Company was disbanded during that time.

In 1980, Jerome Robbins revived the Broadway production of West Side Story. Daniel returned to his roots in musical theater, making his Broadway debut at the Minskoff Theatre. Daniel starred in the role of Gee-tar, with the Big Deal understudy. Quickly, Daniel moved into the role of Big Deal with the Riff understudy, and then go on as Riff. Two weeks after West Side Story closed, Daniel booked Robert Moore's Broadway production of Woman of the Year with Lauren Bacall and Harry Guardino at the Palace Theatre, opening in the original cast ensemble. During the show's run, he was asked to perform the role of Riff in the European Broadway tour of West Side Story. He toured four months throughout Italy and Monte Carlo, ending up in Paris at the Théâtre du Châtelet for a sold out nine month run. He then returned to the U.S. and back into Woman of the Year, where he assumed the role of Alexi Petrokov. After Woman of the Year closed in 1984, Daniel began performing in several television commercials and music videos.

Daniel's friend and mentor, actor Paul Sorvino, guided him into studies with Sanford Meisner at the Neighborhood Playhouse and Wynn Handman at Carnegie Hall. In 1985, Sorvino cast and directed Daniel in the off Broadway revival of The Rainmaker, where he played the role of Jim Curry, opposite Gary Sandy.

In 1987 Daniel appeared in the original off-Broadway play Out in America, opposite Daryl Hannah. Also in 1987, he performed in The Adventures of William Tell and the television series Crossbow, shot in France.

In 1988, director John Frankenheimer brought Daniel to Los Angeles for his first major feature film, Dead Bang. Within months, Daniel had landed guest starring roles in several episodics and movies, including a three-part Hunter with Fred Dryer, a two-part Matlock with Andy Griffith, China Beach, and several movies of the week. Daniel appeared in NBC's first season of Baywatch and was asked back for several episodes when the show went to USA cable network.

The first major film Daniel shot after arriving in LA was David Lynch's Wild at Heart. Lynch hand-picked him for the role of Tom Mix. He then shot Pierre David's Scanner Cop in 1993, in which he originated the starring role of the police scanner Samuel Staziak, a role which he reprised in Scanner Cop 2, also released as Scanners: The Showdown.

In 1992 Daniel was presented for an Emmy nomination for the role of Emilio in Jackie Collins' Lady Boss. Daniel continued to show his dramatic range in several television series including NYPD Blue, opposite Dennis Franz, ER opposite Julianna Margulies, Crossing Jordan, opposite Jill Hennessy, The X-Files, opposite David Duchovny, Without a Trace, opposite Anthony LaPaglia, and, more recently, in Criminal Minds, opposite Joe Mantegna. One of the highlights of Daniel's acting career was appearing in Diagnosis: Murder opposite one of his childhood idols, Dick Van Dyke.

In 2003 he landed contract roles on The Young and the Restless and Port Charles. He was again presented for an Emmy nomination for the role of Ralph Hunnicutt on The Young and the Restless.

Other film appearances include Louis L'Amour's Conagher, opposite Sam Elliott, The Last Outlaw, opposite Mickey Rourke, Miracle at Sage Creek, opposite David Carradine, Raising Flagg, opposite Alan Arkin, and The Avenging Angel, opposite James Coburn and Tom Berenger.

Daniel then filmed six episodes of the new television show twentysixmiles. The show shot on Catalina Island with Daniel as a series lead opposite John Schneider. The show is currently can be found on the website Hulu.com. His portrayal of the role of Dirk Stillwell allowed Daniel to return to his musical roots, not only acting in the production, but also playing drums and singing.

Daniel then completed the feature film Rubber" (2010 film), starring opposite Wings Hauser, for French director Quentin Dupieux. Rubber did well at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival, where it was acclaimed as a future sci-fi cult classic. Rubber was sold for international theatrical distribution.

Next, Karaoke Man, which was filmed in Los Angeles, where Daniel worked opposite Brian Dietzen and Bug Hall, and was directed by Mike Petty.

Daniel then starred in the political thriller, "Codex", directed by Norwegian film maker, Hawkon Gundersen. Daniel played opposite long time friend and colleague, Denice Duff. Daniel and Denice worked together in 2002 on The Young and the Restless as CBS contract performers, where they played husband and wife Ralph, and Amanda.

In the fall of 2012, Daniel appeared in the critically acclaimed Fox / Searchlight film The Sessions, with Oscar nominees John Hawkes and Bill Macy, and Oscar winner Helen Hunt. Written and directed by Ben Lewin. The film garnered Golden Globe, SAG, and Oscar nominations.

In 2012, Daniel was re-united with French director Quentin Dupieux in the comedy Wrong Cops, opposite Mark Burnham, Eric Judor, Steve Little, and Marilyn Manson. Wrong Cops first three chapters had its premier screening at the Sundance Film Festival 2013. Wrong Cops released theatrically in mid December 2013.

Daniel has filmed the suspense/thriller Independent feature film Story of Eva, in which he plays the role of psychologist Dr. Cornelius. The film was released in the January of 2015.

In 2014, Daniel completed two Blanc/Biehn Productions feature film Fetish Factory, playing fetish "Footman", a horror/comedy, and Psychophonia, playing Detective Alex Becker, in a psychological suspense thriller. Daniel is also set to star in two other Blanc/Biehn Productions feature films, Fembot, a SCI FI romantic comedy, and The Lincoln, an edgy road trip thriller.

Quinn has had roles that embrace the full diversity of the human condition, inspired by a wide-range of directors, teachers, artists and mentors.

Daniel was a leading force against the closure of the Motion Picture Home's Long Term Care Unit. Daniel served as an activist for the rights of Motion Picture and Television Industry elderly. As a leader in his advocacy for the Motion Picture and Television Fund's fabled Motion Picture Home's Long Term Care unit, Daniel was a critical element in organizing and speaking at several awareness events, fund raisers, and rallies. Daniel's vociferous and focused protection of his mother Rosemary's (and 137 other residents) status of care, led to the overturning of any attempt to close the 'nursing home' that has been home to aged members of the entertainment industry for over 90 years. Daniel worked closely with SAG Hollywood Board members to first gain the support of the Screen Actors Guild Union. Attending most of the 2009 and 2010 SAG Hollywood Board meetings, Daniel then spoke on the dais to the SAG National Board members, urging for their support to insure the future of the Long Term Care unit at the MPTF, his words were welcomed to a successful SAG National Board vote to stand by the historic mission in providing a safe haven for Industry members in need of long term care. Daniel then secured the support of the Teamsters Union, to build a powerful Industry pushback on the MPTF's plans to shutter the Long Term Care unit of the Home. Daniel was instrumental in returning the meaning of 'we take care of our own' to the Motion Picture and Television Fund.

Daniel resides in Los Angeles, where his story is ongoing.

Andrea Iervolino

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

PRIVATE LIFE

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

ABOUT AMBI

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

AWARDS

MAGNA GRAECIA FILM FESTIVAL 2017 Producer of the year

CAPRI HOLLYWOOD FILM FESTIVAL 2016 Best Filmmaker for In Dubious Battle

MIMMO ROTELLA AWARD 2016 AMBI Group as Best Film Production

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

ACTION ACADEMY AWARD 2016 Andrea Iervolino as Best Producer and Businessman

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

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

MADE IN ITALY AWARDS 2015 Best Italian businessman

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

POMPEI CINEMA FESTIVAL 2014 Andrea Iervolino as Best Producer

ICFF Award 2013: Best Film Production Company

ICFF Award 2014: Best Film Production Company

Ichia Global Fest Award 2014: Best Film Production Company

Capri Hollywood Award 2014: Best Film Production Company

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

Mig Macario

Born in the Philippines and named after the Filipino revolutionary, general and actor Macario Sakay; Mig is the youngest of 6 children and grew up in Vancouver, Canada. Mig Macario is known for his ability to play a diverse range of characters with seemingly effortless ease.

If it wasn't for acting, he feels that he would have probably grown up being much like the gun toting, drug dealing characters he played on shows like 21 Jump Street, Wiseguy and The Commish. Macario was able to breakout from the usual thug roles when he played the lead - Song Liling in the Tony Award winning play M. Butterfly at the Arts Club Theatre. Mig's performance earned him a best newcomer nomination at The Jessie Richardson Awards. His producing, writing and directing debut was on the highly rated "Summer Love - The Documentary", which explored rave culture and aired on Much Music.

With nearly 25 years experience in the entertainment industry, he has appeared in over 40 Film and Television projects; working with artists such as Johnny Depp, Maury Chaykin, Paul Sorvino, Dean McDermott and super mom come activist Jenny McCarthy. Mig made history when he was cast as George Amahit on the Gemini award winning, dark comedy "Less Than Kind". It's the first comedic series regular role written specifically for a Filipino in Canada if not North America.

Recent projects find him recurring on not just one but two hit series! You'll see his familiar face on TV's blockbuster FRINGE for Fox and Nickelodeon's The Troop. He'll also be seen opposite Aaron Douglas (The Bridge, Battlestar Galactica) and a stellar cast including Emanuelle Vaugier (Two and a Half Men, CSI NY), Paul Campbell, Torrance Coombs, Andrew Airlie and Crystal Lowe in Killer Mountain airing on the SyFy network.

From gang lord to Asian trans-gender diva spy to an overprotective Filipino father his performances are consistently creative, courageous and charismatic. From comedies to drama, stage to screen and everything in between; Mig's unstoppable joy, enthusiasm and humanity add a unique depth to any project he works on. As a practicing Buddhist Mig in turn supports many youth and aspiring actors globally to realize their true potential.

Eebra Tooré

Eebra Tooré is an actor born in Paris, France. His origins comes from Ivory Coast (West Africa). He started acting and was graduated at the prestigious European Acting School Florent (Paris) for 3 years where he learned the classic fundamentals of theater (Molière, Racine, Musset, Shakespeare, etc...). Then, he continues his training at Jack Waltzer Acting Workshop (Paris). Eebra Tooré also studied at the famous and prestigious Actors Studio in Los Angeles (USA) under the auspices of notable directors and legendary actors Martin Landau and Mark Rydell, as well his teachers Jimmy Di Stefano, Penny Allen, Jon Sperry and more...He still continues to study at The Actors Studio when he is in Los Angeles. In 2002, Eebra Tooré began etching a name for himself on French Television after appearing as himself in the first season of Reality TV "Temptation Island", which aired on the national channel TF1. He has appeared in feature films as "The true about Charlie" by Jonathan Demme, "Pédale Dure" by Gabriel Aghion, "Quartier VIP" by Laurent Firode, "No Way" by Owell Brown.

In 2009, Eebra Tooré toured in France and throughout Europe with the world renowned theater's company La Comédie-Française/The French National Theater (founded in 1680 by Molière) as a cast member in the play "The Dispute" (in a role of Mesrou) written by Marivaux and directed by Muriel Mayette (Director of Comédie-Française). These last years, he also played "Lorenzaccio" of Alfred de Musset, "Back to desert" of Bernard-Marie Koltès...

In 2010, he got a lead role (The King & The Devil) in Los Angeles (USA) for the high fashion runway & theater called "A Night in Paris" created and directed by Donna Rayford at The Million Dollar Theater (Downtown - L.A.) and has participed in music video (Soul Bossa Nostra) of the great producer and director 'The Godfather' Quincy Jones with the rappeur Ludacris.

In 2012, Eebra Tooré was Amin Nur Barreh, the chief of Somalian's pirates in Russian feature film called "22 Minutes" directed by Vasily Serikov. The release of "22 Minutes" is planned in 2013. He also appeared as D.C.R.I. Agent in "Jungle Jihad" directed by Nadir Ioulain and has a co-lead rôle in comedy TV serie "Objectif Ligue 1" produced by Les Improductibles on Be In Sport Channel.

In 2013, Eebra Tooré was in Gela (Italy) where he has shooted an Italian movie called "Vento Di Sicilia" directed by Carlo Fusco. He played a mafia's man from USA called John "Americano". This movie included some great international actors as Danny Glover, Michael Madsen...And in the movie "Esclave Et Courtisane" directed by Christian Lara where he played the lawyer Edouard Laroche.

In 2014, he was in Roman Neamt (Romania) for playing Vasile, a child-adult adopted by a family in the feature film "Romance In Black" (Working Title) directed by Carlo Fusco. His partners was Michael Madsen, Paul Sorvino, Maia Morgerstern, Andrea Stefancikova, Goûchy Boy.

Eebra Tooré has been inspired by such greatest actors and actresses as Marlon Brando, James Dean, Sidney Poitier, John Garfield, James Cagney, Steeve McQueen, Lee J. Cobb, Jean Gabin, Michel Simon, Bette Davis, Shelley Winters.

Beside the acting, Eebra Tooré has appeared in many fashion shows worldwide for some of greatest designers including Jean-Paul Gaulthier (France), Yves Saint-Laurent (France), Kenzo (Japan), Francesco Smalto (Italy), Sterling Williams (USA), Alphadi (Niger), Nawal El Assad (Ivory Coast) and more...In 2004, he was crowned "Best African Male Model" in Turkey during Best Model Of The World.

Eebra Tooré has a passion for Jazz Music and old American & French Standards.

Jimmy Cummings

Jimmy Cummings' skills as a producer, writer, actor/acting coach and executive have earned him a distinct place in the entertainment industry as someone with a keen eye for talent and projects. He co-founded Broadvision Entertainment to develop and produce a slate of movies and TV series across multiple genres that will appeal to audiences around the world, particularly in the United States and China.

Over his 25 year career in the industry, Jimmy has created and helped drive the successful creation of a multitude of projects, including the feature movies Southie, "The Sixth Sense", "The Fighter" and "How Sweet It Is"; and Comedy Central's breakout hit television show "Workaholics". Working side by side with the likes of industry icons Andrzej Bartkowiak, Gale Anne Hurd, John Shea, M. Night Shyamalan, Donnie Wahlberg and Grant Cramer, and as a script consultant or writer for hire to major studios on over one hundred feature and television scripts, Jimmy understands the full development process from concept to script to screen.

Before co-founding Broadvision Entertainment, Jimmy was CEO and served as head of development for Silent Partner Entertainment from 2003 to 2006. Besides hiring production crews and securing financing, he produced six episodes of the TV series Hollywood OS and the documentary Dig Fenway. After every movie studio and film company passed on a film about boxer Mickey Ward, Jimmy developed and produced a sizzle reel that started a bidding war between all five major studios, eventually selling the Oscar nominated film The Fighter to Paramount Pictures.

Earlier, Jimmy worked for 20th Century Fox as a staff writer and sold screenplays to producers Gale Anne Hurd, Valhalla Motion Pictures, Joel Silver and major studios such as Warner Brothers. He worked as an acting coach for such films and TV shows as The Sixth Sense, Band of Brothers, Dreamcatcher, The Practice, Purgatory, Boomtown, and The Taking Of Pelham 1,2,3. Jimmy also produced the award winning war documentary Baker Boys: Inside The Surge.

Jimmy raised the P&A funds, completed the final edits, created the marketing and managed the distribution of How Sweet It Is, starring Paul Sorvino, Erich Bergin, Erika Christiansen and Michael Pare'. He worked with Jim Cardwell, former head of Warner Brother's Home Entertainment, to release it theatrically June, 2013; and with John Bergeson of E.T. Pictures on the DVD /VOD release.

Jimmy recently played Detective Marty Maloney in the feature film The Grey Lady that stars Eric Dane, Amy Madigan and Natalie Zea, directed by John Shea, produced by Armyan Bernstein and Beacon Pictures. Jimmy also wrote, produced and will co-star in the action/thriller feature film Streets of Southie that is scheduled for production in 2015.

Jimmy began his career studying acting at the prestigious HB Studios in New York and at The Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in New York and Los Angeles with George Loros, Janet Ward and Kirk Taylor. Jimmy established himself as an actor with roles in theater productions including Dumb Waiter, The Street Poet and Tom Topor's Answers (which he also produced) and Monologue For Three. After leading roles in films such as Close Up and the NYU award winning film The Compulsion written and directed by Peter Gould, Jimmy produced his own project Southie. Jimmy wrote the script and secured financing, then teamed up with Director John Shea and hired a great cast of rising talent: Donnie Wahlberg, Rose McGowan, Will Arnett and Amanda Peet. In 1998 Southie was selected to screen at Nantucket Film Festival, the AFI Film Festival, the Montreal Film Festival and the Dublin Film Festival. Southie went on to win the Best Picture at the 24th annual Seattle International Film Festival.

A native of Boston, Jimmy lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two children. Jimmy and his brother Danny strongly believe in giving back to the community. He is the co-founder and a board member of Journey Forward, a non-profit organization dedicated to bettering the lives of those who have suffered spinal cord injuries. Complete details on Journey Forward can be found on the non-profit's website.

Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum

Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum ("Liz") is a DGA Award Nominated Director. She recently directed and produced a television pilot for Amazon Studios entitled "The Kicks," based on the NY Times bestselling novel of the same name by Olympic gold medal soccer star, Alex Morgan. The show, which began airing this fall, centers on an underdog girls soccer team, and was picked up for a full season.

Liz also directed and produced a new series for Verizon p90. With an ensemble cast of over 30 actors, including Milo Ventimiglia (This is Us, Gilmore Girls, Heroes) and Shawn Ashmore (X-men), the 11 separate episodes ultimately wove together into a full length, romantic comedy feature film. The show, Verizon's first home-grown series, was officially selected as part of the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival and Verizon has recently ordered two more full seasons.

In 2010, Liz directed "Ramona and Beezus," a feature film adaptation of her favorite childhood book series by Newbery Award winning author Beverly Cleary for 20th Century Fox. The film starred Selena Gomez in her feature film debut, as well as Ginnifer Goodwin, John Corbett, Josh Duhamel, Sandra Oh, Bridget Moynahan, and 9-year old newcomer Joey King in the lead role of Ramona Quimby. "Ramona and Beezus" was awarded a "Certified Fresh" from Rotten Tomatoes, nominated for a Teen Choice Award for Selena Gomez, and won the "Young Artist Award" for Best Actress of 2010 for Joey King.. In addition, Liz was recipient of the WIN Award (Woman's Image Network Award) for Best Female Director of the year.

Prior to that, Liz directed "Aquamarine," starring three first-time leading ladies: Emma Roberts, the singer Jojo and Sara Paxton. The film was nominated for two Teen Choice Awards including: "Choice Breakout Female" and "Choice Chick Flick", as well as a nomination for Paxton for Best Actress , a nomination for Jojo for Best Supporting Actress, and a win for Emma Roberts as Best Supporting Actress at the 2007 "Young Artist Awards."

For Starz, Liz directed "Careful What You Wish For" starring Nick Jonas, Dermot Mulroney, Paul Sorvino and Isabel Lucas which had a limited 2016 theatrical release and streams on the network currently. She has also directed television episodes of Gossip Girl, 90210, Vampire Diaries, Franklin and Bash Mistresses, Life Unexpected, Starcrossed, Red Band Society, Guilt, Famous in Love, The Arrangement, Dating While Infatuated and in 2012 she guided 9 year old Bruce Salomon to win a young artist award for "Best Guest Star of 2012" on Emily Owens, MD.

Liz has written numerous screenplays, including an adaptation of Jerry Spinelli's children's book, Stargirl (Paramount Studios), the original musical Promdress (Disney Features), and Driving While Infatuated (Fox Searchlight).

Elizabeth graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a BA from Cornell University and received her master's degree in fine arts at the University of Southern California. During her

graduate work she was the recipient of the "Jack Nicholson Directing Scholarship," and was also short-listed for an International Clio Award for a spec Coca Cola commercial she directed. Her 25-minute USC thesis film, "Eyeball Eddie," won numerous film festivals worldwide and caught the attention of multiple studios, providing her the unique opportunity to jump directly from a short student film to a 15 million dollar studio movie directorial debut.

Liz is currently a member of the DGA, the WGA, SAG and the Editor's Guild. She resides in Los Angeles with her writer/producer husband, Scott and their new baby, Theodore.

Giulio Base

Giulio Base, was born in Turin (Italy) in 1964. He achieved two Doctorates. The first in Literature and Philosophy and the second one in Theology. From 1996 he's a Mensa Member (the society of people whose IQ is in the top 2% of the population).

He started as an actor studying in Florence at the School for Dramatic Art directed by the great Italian master Vittorio Gassman.

After many years working as an actor, he made his strong directorial debut with Crack (1991), his first movie, that came from a theatre's piece that he already directed and played on stage. The movie was shown at the Venice Film Festival (Italy) and it won the prize for the best first opera at San Sebastian Film Festival (Spain)

His second title The East (1992), a road movie, was shown in Venice again and at the Festival of Festivals of Toronto (Canada) where it obtained the Audience Award.

After that, he shot Policemen (1996), his first work with an European major, an international co-production including French and Italian stars. This film won a prize as the best movie at the Festival of the Film Policiers in Arcachon (France).

The West (1998) was the sequel of The East, almost a classic road movie in US: young boys riding a car from New York to Los Angeles. Special Jury Award at the Réncontres du Cinema, in Annecy (France)

His biggest success in Europe is La Bomba - Once Upon A Time In Little Italy - (1999)), a comedy about mafia lifestyle, located in New York City; the film avails itself of famous artists such as the two times Academy Award Winner Shelley Winters.

His debut as a director in a TV movie, Padre Pio (2000) obtained the highest share of Italian television of all times.

In 2005 he directed the epical tale of Peter, the real story of the first apostle, played by the legendary Omar Sharif. This work opened him the doors to Hollywood.

In 2006 he directed his first 'mainstream' movie, called The Inquiry (produced by Avi Lerner, with Nu Image) that has released by 20th Fox in US (as 'The Final Inquiry'), by Sony in Spain and by IIF in Italy among several other countries. The cast is amazing: Max Von Sydow, Academy Award Winner F. Murray Abraham, Ornella Muti, Dolph Lundgren and much more great actors.

In 2007, he helmed Last Days Of Pompeii, another national and international success.

In 2009 he directed in New Mexico, Usa, a western: Doc West, starring Terence Hill, Paul Sorvino and Clare Carey among other American actors and actresses. The movie has been shown at the Cannes Film Market and it will have a sequel.

In 2010 he shot the tv movie 'A dog for two" a comedy that won Christmas night tv share.

In 2011 he helmed 'The Sunday Woman' a remake of a classic Italian masterpiece of the 70's (Mastroianni starred in it) that was acclaimed by the critics as the best direction of his career.

Leanne Agmon

A graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in Drama, Leanne trained with the prestigious Atlantic Theater Company, where she received the award for "Outstanding Achievement in Studio". She later went on to receive classical training from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in her hometown of London, England.

While still a student at NYU, she started working professionally as an actress in June 2012 with her role, Riley in Every Word Handwritten (RSM Creative, Dir: Kevin Slack). The film had its premiere at the Anthology Film Archives in February 2013 and was an Official Selection at the Montclair Film Festival in May 2013 as well the Big Apple Film Festival in November 2013.

In May 2013, she filmed the lead role in the independent feature film Acabonac Sunrise (Palmarium LLC, Dir: Erik Flynn Patton) as well as the role of Judith Singer in the short Stanley Kubrick biopic Fidelio (Fear & Desire LLC, Dir: Jason Dubin).

In fall of 2013, Leanne filmed the lead role Velana in the feature film Hybrids, a comedy about a family of vampire/witches. She starred alongside Paul Sorvino (Goodfellas) and Carolyn Hennsey (True Blood) who play her grandparents in the movie.

In spring of 2014, she played a co-star role on an episode of Blue Bloods. She then went on to play the role of Carol Conway in the critically acclaimed production of Time and the Conways at the Old Globe in San Diego. The production was selected as a Critic's Choice by the LA Times.

In summer of 2014, Leanne began working for MTV. She first starred in a public service announcement for the company, addressing racial bias and stereotypes. A month later, she was cast as Megan O'Dell in the new series One Bad Choice. The public service announcement first aired in July 2014 while the series is set to premiere in late 2014.

Luca Malacrino

Luca was born on the 31st March 1992 in Cardiff, Wales, to parents Giovanni Malacrino & Marisa Morteo.

The Welsh Italian artist began training as a performer at 19 years old under the instruction of Rebecca Hardy at the Actors Workshop in his hometown, before completing his degree in acting for Stage, T.V. & Film at The American Musical & Dramatic Academy in Los Angeles.

Within the last year, Luca has has secured several roles including Criminal Minds Beyond Borders, playing the role of Onario Alighieri alongside Paul Sorvino, Grey's Anatomy, and has worked with Godfather's very own, Francis Ford Coppola in Distant Vision.

He has also secured several worldwide commercials and is producing his first feature film, Elephants, where he also plays the lead role of Lee Riley.

Luca has also recently been invited to join the BAFTA Newcomers Academy and is incredibly grateful to be part of such an iconic group of talented artists.

The year is looking bright and full of exciting projects in the horizon. He plans on remaining in Los Angeles and growing as an artist with an incredible team behind him.

Steven Hauck

Steven DeFord Hauck was born on September 10, 1959 to Donald and Margery Hauck, both divinity students at Princeton Theological Seminary. The family moved to Texas, where Steve acquired three younger siblings and a passion for the arts-literature, music, and particularly the theater. After years of study and acting training he moved to New York City, and made his Broadway debut opposite dramatic powerhouse Tovah Feldshuh in "Irena's Vow" in 2009. Off-Broadway highlights include Moises Kaufman's brilliant and original Tennessee Williams adaptation, "One Arm"; "King Lear," starring Paul Sorvino: and "Spy Garbo," which the New York Times said "generates poignancy, thanks to Mr. Hauck's soulful performance." Steve appeared on several of the New York soaps, including "All My Children" as a smitten suitor of Susan Lucci's temptress Erica Kane. He has made guest appearances on numerous television shows, including Tina Fey's "30 Rock" and "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," "Elementary," "Boardwalk Empire," "The Blacklist," and Baz Lurhmann's new Netflix series "The Get Down." His film credits include "What Happens Next," (in which he is married to Wendie Malick,) and two Spike Lee joints, "Oldboy" and "Da Sweet Blood of Jesus." His largest movie role thus far is Arnold in director Robbie Bryan's upcoming thriller "The Eyes," due out in March 2016.

Tyler Hollinger

Tyler Hollinger is an up and coming actor both off-broadway and in the indie film world. "In the past few years, Hollinger has proven himself to be one of the most vital presences on the New York stage"-off off online. Best know for his work on the hit ABC hidden camera show "What Would You Do?" hosted by John Quinones, he routinely appears off-Broadway and regionally in some of America's best theatres. TV: What Would You Do?, How to Make it in America, Dateline NBC, All My Children, Colors (directed by Joel Schumacher) FILM: Excuse Me For Living, King Lear Documentary w/ Paul Sorvino, Fishers of Men, Witches of OZ (w/Christopher Lloyd), Miracles of the Misfitted, Girls Named Pinky, Jezabel, Beds Made & Sweaters On and many more. Tyler's films have become Official Selections and award winners at such film festivals as SXSW, PALM BEACH, TORONTO, MONACO, DERBY CITY and many more... Tyler is the recipient of 2 IRNE awards, 1 mustache award for BEST ACTOR, and is a member of Ensemble Studio Theater and the IndiesLab. He currently resides in NYC.

Jessica Sara

Born in Marlboro, NJ, Jessica developed an early love of performing. At the age of five she and her mother, Chellie, moved to Los Angeles where her acting dreams took flight. Though she began with co-star roles on Sesame street and Party of Five she soon landed recurring roles on "My Wife and Kids" (which she won the young artist award for at the age of ten and "Just for Kicks", where she stole the show as the hilarious Marnie Nelson. Jessica has also guest starred on shows such as "ER" (where she died), "Becker", "Unfabulous",and "The Drew Carey Show". Film has also been a part of her repertoire. She has worked with Madonna in "The Next Best Thing", Jim Carey in "How the Grinch Stole Christmas", Jenny McCarthy in "Thank Heaven" (she played her daughter), Drew Carrey in "Geppetto" and Paul Sorvino in "The Amati Girls". When Jessica is not acting she enjoys playing classical piano, taking on community service projects, listening to her IPOD, shopping, reading and spending time with friends. Jessica remains bi-coastal and is looking forward to focusing on high school and auditioning for musical theatre (she hopes to one day be on Broadway).

Sam Borowski

Born and raised in Staten Island, New York, Sam Borowski was destined to be a filmmaker. Indeed, he grew up just a stone's throw from the house that served as the Corleone Home in the Academy-Award winning film, "The Godfather." During his time at the newspaper, Sam won two national writing awards. After selling his first option in 1999 and attending the Cannes Film Festival, Borowski realized his destiny by producing nine films - six features and three shorts - with another feature on the way. Among them, he directed and produced the much-anticipated feature film, "Night Club (2011)," which was Academy-Award Winner Ernie Borgnine's final theatrical feature and also starred Natasha Lyonne, Paull Sorvino and Academy-Award Nominee Sally Kellerman. "Night Club," also won a whopping 16 awards over 8 film festivals. Before that, Borowski wrote, produced and directed, "The Mandala Maker", a short for Academy-Award consideration in 2010 that got considerable Oscar buzz and went on to qualify for the Oscars in the Live-Action Short category. To date, it garnered seven awards over eight festivals, including three in the prestigious Accolade competition (for Direction, Short Film and Lead Actress). It also played in the prestigious Film Columbia Festival, in a block alongside 2010 Academy-Award Best Picture nominees, "Prescious" and "Up In The Air." One of the features he produced, Rex (2008), experienced quite a bit of success on the festival circuit, winning numerous awards and honors. As the producer of Rex, Borowski was awarded the Audience Choice Award in both the SINY Film Festival in Staten Island, and the 25th Long Island Film Festival in 2008. In addition, Rex was nominated for Best Picture in both of those festivals, as well as several other awards. It also captured Breakout Performance for Acting (Robin Anne Phipps) in the Long Island Film Festival and Best Actress (Robin Anne Phipps) and Best Actor (Eric Rosenberg) honors in the 2008 Queens International Film Festival, and played in the 2009 Traildance Film Festival in Oklahoma. Interestingly enough, Borowski was responsible for casting Rex, and handpicked both Phipps and Rosenberg, who each won acting awards. He also selected all of the music, which included that of Empire City Motorcade, and used his style and sensibility while sitting in editing every day as the Post-Production Supervisor. Borowski also served as a Second-Unit Director on Rex, directing several key scenes including the climactic and shocking ending. Borowski cut his teeth writing and producing the feature-length documentary, "Creature Feature: 50 Years of the Gill-Man", which features Academy-Award Winner Benicio Del Toro and is narrated by A-lister Keith David. The film, tells the story of the era surrounding the creation and distribution of the innovative horror film, Creature From the Black Lagoon, and its impact on the genre. In addition, Borowski has also worked as a script doctor for both studios and independent film companies. He previously lived in London, England for three years, but resides once again in Staten Island, New York.

Most recently, he produced a feature film, "A Place For Heroes," in Iowa in summer 2012 starring Paul Sorvino, Academy-Award Nominee Sally Kellerman, Bill Sorvino and Samantha Tuffarelli. And, he also produced and directed another short for Academy-Award Consideration, "Maniac," starring Bill Sorvino in 2013.

Daren Donofrio

Daren Donofrio began his career at Pennsylvania State University where he studied theatre. In his senior year, he traveled to Manhattan every weekend for additional acting classes and auditions. During this time, he booked his first professional role in a film for the US Army. More opportunities followed quickly, requiring him to relocate to the city.

Since his move to New York, Daren has secured lead and supporting roles in several independent films, commercials, and on multiple TV networks. Growing up an avid horror movie fan, he was thrilled to recently play recurring character Billy Joe on Voodoo Church, an upcoming Netflix mini-series in 2015.

Daren has a number of other projects debuting this year as well. In [link=tt4079214]American Genius[/link], a mini-series for National Geographic Channel, he co-stars as Soviet-Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin. He also appears in [link=tt4308652]Price for Freedom[/link], a film based on the true story of an Iranian Jew who worked to counter oppression after the 1979 Islamic Revolution. The film premieres at the Hoboken International Film Festival and stars [link=nm0000649]Paul Sorvino[/link] ([link=tt0099685]Goodfellas[/link]), [link=nm1041023]Navid Negahban[/link] ([link=tt1796960]Homeland[/link]), and [link=nm0000476]Sally Kirkland[/link] (Academy Award nominee).

Bruno Iannone

Born in Montagano, Italy, he came to the U.S. as an 8 year old with his mother and sisters to join his father who settled here a year earlier.

Excelled in sports (basketball and baseball) at St. Patrick's High School in Elizabeth, NJ. Graduated Cum Laude, and received basketball scholarship to the University of Texas at El Paso upon graduation, after having been named to All-County, All-State, and All-American Honorable Mention Selections.

He completed his college career at Biscayne College in Miami, FL (now St. Thomas University) graduating Summa Cum Laude with a degree in English and Philosophy, and went on to play pro basketball in Italy with G.S.A. Benevento. He was inducted into the St. Patrick's High School Athletic Hall of Fame in 1996 and elected into the Elizabeth, NJ Athletic Hall of Fame in 1999.

His interest in acting came about while teaching English and coaching varsity basketball at North Brunswick Township High School during his five years there.

Bruno attended the Strasberg Theatre Institute and continued working with: Marcia Haufrecht, John Stix, John Strasberg, Michael Shurtleff, Michael Moriarity and Gordon Phillips.

He's worked extensively theatrically in NYC. Some of his memorable roles include: Pale in Burn This, Salvatore in the highly acclaimed NYC premiere of The Headhunter, (both at the Common Basis Theatre); Benny in We Make a Wall, Gus in Tracon (both at the Open Door Theatre); Dom in Dog Eats Dog at the Ensemble Studio Theatre; Louis in The Gravediggers Tale (NYC Premiere at the Gene Frankel Theatre and published in Best Short Plays of 2009-Smith &Krauss); Gabriel in Valentino's Wing (Producer's workshop at the Actor's Studio).

Has worked in TV and film with such esteemed directors as: Sergio Leone, Sydney Lumet, Richard Benjamin, David Platt, and with such accomplished actors as: Robert DeNiro, Tom Hanks, James Woods, Paul Sorvino, David Proval and Phil Bosco.

Niki Shadrow

Niki Shadrow, Style Expert, began her career after migrating from the beaches of Malibu to the nightlife of Hollywood. Shadrow started building her name in the entertainment industry by jumping into the fashion and pop culture scene at a very young age.

A graduate of The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, Niki Shadrow is an active member of the FIDM Alumni chapter and frequently speaks on panels. Hundreds of students line up each time she speaks to meet her, shake her hand and take photos with her. Niki always makes time to advise each student and answer questions, despite all of the chaos that goes along with her personal and professional life. Shadrow has overcome a learning disability, a speech impediment and vocal cord complications. She has never let her challenges stand in her way. Her motto has always been "Make it happen".

Niki's styling career began while she was still in college. To date, Niki has styled celebrities such as Paris Hilton, The Pussycat Dolls, Amanda Bynes, Carmen Electra, Haylie Duff, Lauren Conrad, Audrina Patridge, Jenny Garth, Kaley Cuoco, Daisy Fuentes, Guliana Rancic, Catt Sadler, Olympic Gold medalist, Natalie Coughlin Hall, Robin Antin, Francia Raisa, Alyson Michalka, Karina Smirnoff, Jillian Reynolds, Dominique Swain, Debbie Gibson, Eva La Rue, Victoria Justice, Kara Taitz, Cheryl Burke, Ali Landry, Patti Stanger, Kimberly Caldwell, Stacy Keibler, Hannah Cornett, Tila Tequila, Adrianne Curry and Janice Dickinson, to name a few.

Niki later transitioned to the world of print by becoming a Life & Style Editor/Fashion Editor, booking celebrity covers and writing syndicated columns for several entertainment, lifestyle and fashion magazines. As a result of working with numerous publications, Niki evolved her business into event production, structuring in-house events for the publications that she is affiliated with, in order to promote her columns, photo shoots and the branding of each publication. Shadrow's experience over the last decade has included: Fashion Consulting, Event Production, Sponsorship Coordinating, Lifestyle Consulting, Celebrity Styling, Magazine Contribution, Fashion Show Production, Photo Shoot Production, as well as coordinating and hosting red carpet events with charity affiliations as well.

Niki has produced many live events with A-List tastemakers in attendance. She has produced and styled fashion shows for The Italian Film Festival with Paul Sorvino & Sophia Loren, The Black Eyed Peas, Mercedes-Benz LA Fashion Week, The Pussycat Dolls, The Red Hot Chile Peppers and Virgin Records, creating a following for herself among the top industry executives. Her lively and pleasant demeanor makes Niki a striking character; naturally instigating interest and appeal everywhere she goes. Niki always leaves people wanting more.

Niki is a strong believer in helping to create buzz for emerging talent in all aspects of pop culture, whether it is her friend the designer, the musician or the artist. Niki has interviewed celebrities such as Sharon Stone, Nicole Ritchie, Jack Nicholson, Owen Wilson, Nicky Hilton, Bill Mahr, Jessica Alba, Jeremy Piven, Anthony Kiedis, Tommy Lee, Taryn Manning, Marla Sokolof, Rachel Lee Cooke, Jaimie Priestly, Gabrielle Union, Lisa Rhina, Alexis Arquette, Christian Slater, Jared Leto, Meagan Good, Christina Millian and more. In her young life so far, Niki has managed to secure appearances on TV as well as her name in print. Niki and her work have been featured in numerous publications such as: Star Magazine, Lucky Magazine, IN STYLE Magazine, Elle Magazine, Teen Vogue Magazine, Glamour Magazine, Us Weekly, Life & Style Magazine, The Daily, Apparel News, Clear Magazine, Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Magazine, LA Weekly, 944 Magazine, Angelino Magazine, Malibu Times Magazine, The Beverly Hills Courier, The Huffington Post, Hollywood Weekly Magazine, Gladys Magazine and Fashion LA Magazine.

Niki has made personal TV appearances on Oxygen Network, E! Entertainment, Bravo,VH1, Style Network, Logo, BBC & Fashion TV.

Niki has worked with numerous charities and philanthropy organizations. A few of the organizations that Niki has supported over the years are: Children Of The Night, The Cambodian Children's Fund, Children's Hospital Of Los Angeles, Teens For Teens Foundation, Make A Wish Foundation, The National Council Of Jewish Women, The Los Angeles Mission, Downtown Women's Center and Shop For A Cause & Dress For Success.

Niki currently resides in Los Angeles and is a prominent LA/Hollywood personality. She is known around town as the young, connected style expert, magazine editor and overall concierge in Hollywood. She is also known for her big personality and her big heart.Niki has just added Teen motivational speaker to her resume. It has always been her dream to inspire teens to be confident adults. Niki Shadrow is continually building her own brand as a Personality, teen motivational speaker and true Style Expert.

Mark Daniel Dunnett

Mark Daniel Dunnett is a composer. He is best known for scoring the light drama feature film "Papa" (starring "Paul Sorvino", "Daryl Hannah"," Ann Marget", "David Proval", and "Mischa Barton".)"Ambition's Debt" (starring "Nathan Darrow") of which, Mark received a nomination for "Best Original Music" at the 2017 IBFF Nashville film festival. Award winning thriller "The Sin Seer"(starring "Isaiah Washington","C. Thomas Howell", "Michael Ironside" and "Salli Richardson-Whitfield"), and U.S. AMC box office release family drama feature film "Grandma's House" (starring Popstar/actress "Coco Jones" and Primetime Emmy winning actress "Loretta Devine.") His T.V. credits include music for OWN network , C.S.I., Super Soul Sunday, Help Desk and more.

Born in Toronto Canada, Mark's interest in music started when he was twelve years old after he appropriated his father's guitar. Practicing ten hours a day for many years, Mark then played and performed in various bands, with a focus on guitar instrumental music.

Enrolled at the Royal Conservatory of Music, Mark eagerly studied for two years, with a focus on classical theory, harmony and piano. The Royal Conservatory was the beginning of Mark's musical education, which ultimately led him to Boston's fabled Berklee College of Music, where he earned a B.A. in Film Scoring and Composition. While at Berklee, Mark studied under the late world renowned Havard and Berklee professor and classical composer John Bavicchi. During this time, Mark was also featured in Guitar World Magazine's prestigious Mike Varney Home Town Heroes column, for outstanding guitar instrumental composition.

Mark has scored and recorded orchestral music with live ensembles and full orchestras. The recent film scores to "Papa" and "Ambition's Debt" were both recorded live with full orchestra with the F.R.A.M.E.S project orchestra in Macedonia.

He has won numerous awards from various film festivals and was recently nominated for the 2016 Marty Awards "Best Music" in a visual work category. Mark, is also a multi instrumentalist proficient in guitar ( electric, acoustic classical and dobro), piano, ukulele, bass, and mandolin.

In early 2016, Mark received his U.S. extraordinary ability work visa and has since relocated to Los Angeles to further his film scoring career.

Raymond Martino

Raymond is a veteran writer, director, and producer who has been in the industry for over 30 years. He was an actor back in the day while pursuing the above avenues. Now, the focus of his career has been behind the camera. As a writer, he has worked with everyone from Academy Award Winning producer, Fred Roos, to Dustin Hoffman, Murray Schisgal, Jay Cohen, Colleen Camp, Paramount Studios' past president, John Goldwyn, along with Julia Pistor, just to name a few. For 10 years, he was part of the writing/directing team that created and founded PM Entertainment, which was run by producer, Joseph Merhi (Alex and Emma, The Whole Ten Yards).

In New York, Raymond studied acting with legends such as Lee Strasberg, Uta Hagen, and Brett Warren at The Actor's Mobile Theater. He also was a member of the protégés at the ATA Theater for playwrights and actors whose board members included Robert DeNiro, Paul Sorvino, and Barbara Bel Geddes.

In Los Angeles, Raymond was a part of the original "Actors Gym for Playwrights" back when Bobby Moresco and Paul Haggis were both work shopping their scripts such as "Million Dollar Baby" and "Crash" which both went on to win Oscars for best screenplays.

Some of Raymond's film credits include, "Da Vinci's War", "To the Limit", "Skyscraper", "American Born", "Detour", "East L.A. Warriors", to name a few, and he was known for his television credit in the TNT Drama Series, "L.A. HEAT".

Film Awards: - Received the "Awards of Merit" for his documentary, "Through the Heart of Tango" at the 2013 Indie Fest. - Best Animation Short for his screenplay, "Hannah Lost Her Smile". The Outside the Box 2013 Film Festival. - 1994 Best Comedy Award at the Milan Comedy Festival for his film, "Dumb Luck in Vegas", which he co-wrote and directed with Joey Travolta.

Theater Awards: - LA Drama Critic's Award Nomination for his direction of the play, "Stooplife" at the renowned Cast Theater - LA Drama Critic's Award Nomination for Playwriting in "Road Runner at the Paradise Drive In" also at The Cast Theater.

Raymond also runs a school called Inclusion Films, founded by Joey Travolta - a practical film workshop in Burbank, dedicated to men and woman with developmental disabilities. Raymond can relate, as he too, was once an illiterate kid from the Bronx, and now an accomplished award-winning writer, who's on a mission to create impactful films, through his work, and the work at Inclusion Films. He has also helped employ many of his students with some of the top productions in the industry. Inclusion films also inspire and brings in A list people to help teach and mentor the guys and girls at the institution. Industry folks such as Ron Bass, Ed Asner, Fred Roos, Bobby Moresco, Pierre Spengler, Conrad Pope, and Joe Mantegna (whose daughter is a student) are just a few who have supported the school. He looks forward to the continual pursuit of surrounding himself with top caliber work in film and television.

FM Le Sieur

FM Le Sieur's music puts him in a small group of composers who seamlessly work in orchestral and electronic soundscapes. FM has applied his intuitive and European sensibilities in writing music for film and TV productions in the U.S., France, South Africa and Canada to over 40 titles. He has worked with celebrated directors including Alain Desrochers, Emile Gaudreault, Jeremy Carver, Anna Fricke, Tony Scott and Ridley Scott. Among FM's many accolades are five Gemini award wins and five additional nominations; one Genie award nomination; three Jutra award nominations; and an ASCAP award. FM splits his time between Los Angeles and his native Montreal.

The diverse television landscape of Le Sieur's work includes Syfy and Muse Entertainment's "Being Human," for which Le Sieur was praised for his "eclectic palate of sounds and styles;" and Tony & Ridley Scott's Emmy-award nominated "The Hunger" starring David Bowie. FM is currently working on a large television series about the mafia in Montreal starring Paul Sorvino. Next in movie theaters is "Pere Fils Therapie" from director Gaudreault. Additional theatrical films include "Real Lies," "Les sens de l'humour," "Nitro Rush," and "Mambo Italiano."

Le Sieur began improvising on the piano as a child. He then played in a successful band. Le Sieur studied music formally at McGill University, where a master class with Philip Glass inspired him to consider a professional career in music.

Pamela Rivers

Does Pamela look familiar? Pamela A. Rivers has been in 40+ films surrounding the USA's Tri-state area of New Jersey, Philadelphia PA & New York and enjoys opportunities there plus those in GA, Washington DC, Florida, California, Las Vegas, Hawaii and Europe. Her face has graced magazines of Europe and the USA; her voice over work is heard in the USA and Europe. She's a world traveler! She has a Lead role in Sci-fi Horror AGAIN and The 1800s Vampire Western entitled SHOOT 'EM HANG 'EM BURN 'EM. ( facebook.com/SHOOTEMHANGEMBURNEM ) She is cast in the upcoming TV Series: BIG SKY (BigSkyTVshow.com) and Trafico, American Crime Drama; has been guest on CInda Youdan's Fashion Suite, CNN, PatMedia, Comcast, Madhouse TV plus other TV Shows and awaits the completion of THE PRINCE OF BOLLYWOOD, her first Bollywood feature film.

Pamela Rivers is no stranger to Big Screens-- starting with modeling more than 20 years ago commencing as a young child. Ms. Rivers has played actress recently in Feature Films along side Navid Negahban (American Sniper (2014), Homeland, 24, Lost, CSI: Miami, Law & Order); Ken Davitian (Borat, Meet the Spartans); Oscar & Golden Globe nominated Sally Kirkland; Mary Apick (Homeland, The Right Stuff, The REAL Shahs of Beverly Hills); Joanne Baron (Law & Order: Special Victims Unit; Spider Man 2); Martin Kove (Rambo-Part 2, Cagney & Lacey, The Karate Kid); Oscar & Golden Globe nominated & award winner Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight (2008), The Expendables (2010)); Joe D'Onofrio (Goodfellas (1990), Spider-Man (2002); Paul Sorvino, Vincent Pastore, Lenny Venito, Tracey Birdsall; Bill Sorvino; Eric Etebari, Marko Caka, Brett Azar just to name a few.

Ms. Pamela Rivers comes from "Royalty en Europe" per a Beauty Queen of Buda Pest and is a world traveler boasting 21 countries; once jumped off a cliff, is a multi-talented Actress, Producer, Director, Voice Over Actress, model plus an avid writer and still photographer and cinematographer. Ms. Rivers is an experienced Casting Director who loves doing so intuitively!

Pamela Rivers has written children's books which won her writing awards at the ripe age of 9, which is around the time she started her photography career. Ms. Rivers was the Assistant Director on an 4-time Award-Winning Film plus 4 nominations; many films that she is in have won numerous awards.

Her voice is heard on radio, TV and web as both female and male characters, adult and child voices, corporate videos plus cartoon animation adventures including theatre group on the West and East Coast plus Europe and other countries. Ms. Pamela Rivers holds a BA: Psychology with Honors Marketing and her university schooling includes learning the craft in Shakespeare's birth place; Stratford-upon-Avon, amidst the Royal Shakespeare Company in a market town and civil parish in south Warwickshire, England with more than 800 years of history. At that time, she also studied British Poetry and British and American Photography.

Her studies include filmmaking, screenwriting and film editing in addition to acting-- for TV commercials, film, and Improv. with coaches of stage & screen. She is a professional event host, event organizer/professional meeting & event planner. Ms. Rivers is also a self-taught creative organic healthful chef and baker plus Super-Taster who is passionate about being a Fierce Actress who is motivated by Creativity, Peace and Positivity. In addition to being a published photographer, Ms. Rivers is a volunteer teacher and her own books, feature and documentaries are in-progress. Watch Pamela Rivers! And yes, she has pretty feet too!

Magarditch Halvadjian

Magarditch Halvadjian was born on 18th of February, 1967 in Pleven, Bulgaria. He has been actively involved in directing since 1992. He graduated the New Bulgarian University with Directing Mastership. He lectured "Directing and production in the TV show business" in the same university. In 1996 he created "Max Group - 1", which produced the TV shows "Crossing Point" and "Fatal Attraction". During this period he has shot most of his music videos. In 2002 he created the production companies "Global Films" and "Global Frame", 'Open Frames", lineal heir to "Global Group".

In 2012, Mr. Halvadjian established 'Open Frames' company, focused on film production. In 2015 the Company shot its first movie called 'Nightworld'. Main role in the movie had the American actor Jason London and his partner was the worldwide famous Robert Englund (Freddy Krueger).

Next project of the Company was the movie 'Havana Darkness' - shot in the USA and Cuba - that is the first in history thriller in English shot in Cuba!

In 2016 (fall) 'Open Frames' produced and filmed 'Welcome to Acapulco'. The shooting took place in Mexico (Acapulco) and the USA (New York). Main acts were Michael Madsen, William Baldwin and Paul Sorvino.

Mr. Halvadjian was a chairman of the Movie and Television Producers Association from 2009 to 2012.

He was honored with the title 'Academic' from the Bulgarian academy of science and art in 2015.

Keith Gerchak

The great-grandson of Russian vaudevillians, Keith grew up in Cleveland, OH, where as the only Jewish kid at Our Lady of Angels School, he would pass out matzoh in the cafeteria under the crucifix. Bespectacled and the smallest in his class, he would read the encyclopedia during recess while his classmates played kickball, until one day his insightful second grade teacher Mrs. Gibbons stood him on a milk crate and had him sing two songs his mother had taught him - "High Hopes" and "Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavor on the Bedpost Overnight." At that moment, he was hooked. That self-discovery led to performing throughout his childhood with the Singing Angels, Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival and other theatres. He had found a purpose.

Keith went on to study acting while earning a Masters Degree in Architecture through Tulane University and the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne in the UK, traveling extensively throughout Europe. Returning to Cleveland, he worked as a registered architect, eventually becoming a respected designer of performing arts centers and a contributing writer to two books and over a dozen magazine articles. He continued to perform regularly and was a co-founding member of a small resident professional theatre company in downtown Cleveland.

Moving to NYC in late 2003, Keith expanded his theatre background to include over 50 stage credits, from Motel the tailor opposite Paul Sorvino in Fiddler on the Roof to Marlin the father in Disney's Finding Nemo the Musical, which found him singing high B-flats while doing aerial somersaults with a puppet in his hands. He studied improv and on-camera acting and began working in TV, film and commercials, including the Zac Efron feature The Derby Stallion and The Onion, which had the rare distinction of being included in the PBS series Make 'Em Laugh, a documentary on the history of comedy that found Keith sandwiched between Mae West and Family Guy.

He now lives in LA, where he works in TV, film, and commercials.

Junior Williams

Herman Reginald Williams Jr was born in the Bronx, New York City to his father Herman Reginald Williams Sr. a Realtor and his mother Consuelo Rossi a supply teacher. His father is of Jamaican descent and his mother was of Dominican/Italian ancestry. When his parents divorced in 1970 his father moved to Toronto, Ontario, Canada and got remarried to Leila Joan Williams his step-mother from Barbados. His mother died in 1974. Before her death she asked his father to come and bring Junior to Canada.

While attending his first year at York University in 1984 he met actor, Louis Ferreira, star of the most recent television series' Motive and Stargate SG1. This encounter gave Junior the acting bug. He finished his B.A. degree at York University majoring in Philosophy in 1988. At the same time he was simultaneously attending The Margo Lane School of Film and Television in Toronto. Shortly thereafter graduating from both he began studying with the late great Broadway actress/acting teacher Uta Hagen. Although she was based in New York City, Hagen made trips to Toronto and ran workshops for several years there from the late 80's to the mid 90's.

His first audition was in 1989 for the first Lotto 649 commercial in Canada. He was cast and since that day has gone on to act in close to 100 commercials including lending his voice to numerous voice-overs. His break out role in film came in 1995 when he was cast as the gay boxer Curtis in the acclaimed and award winning film Rude starring actor/director Clark Johnson. Since then Junior has gone on to work in several films and television episodes along side the likes of Ed Harris, Diane Lane, actor/director Rob Morrow, Wesley Snipes, Dash Mihok, Anne Heche, Rob Estes and Josie Bissette of Melrose Place fame. He had the pleasure of working with good friend/actor Donal Logue in the 1997 film Men with Guns starring Paul Sorvino. Williams has also had the pleasure to work with coming up acting buddy J.H. Wyman in the 1996 film Listen. J.H. Wyman then cast his long time friend in a cameo in his first feature that he wrote and directed in 1997 Pale Saints starring Sean Patrick Flannery. Williams started writing himself in 2005 and continues to pitch his projects around Hollywood.

Michael Jovanovski

A childhood fan of "the movies". Michael / "Jovo" has carved out a successful prominent career in Film. Recently "Jovo" has taken on the responsibilities of Producer, Production Designer, Set Decorator and is now turning his attention to Acting. Always working on his craft and his love of the business. Stay tuned for JOVO's transition into acting with his short film..."Close Up" and an appearance as a Krakovian Soldier in the film "Undercover Grandpa" with the legends James Caan, Lou Gossett Jr. and Paul Sorvino.

Jack Walker

Jack Walker is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts where he was awarded the American Theater Wing Scholarship for most promising new actor in 2002. Shortly after graduating he was cast as Deke Carter on the long running, award winning day time drama "One Life to Live". After his 10 episode run he went on to guest star in other day time dramas such as, "As the World Turns" and "Guiding Light". Landing roles on "Law and Order CI:" and the original "Law and Order", where he worked with Sam Waterston and Mario Van Peebles. He went on to be cast as the lead in David DeVries epic Civil War movie, "Fields of Freedom". This 3.2 million dollar, thirty minute film produced by Craig Haffner centered on the experiences of two soldiers. Jack played the young, Pfc. Jeremy Johnston. A true character who charged the Union lines in what has come to be known as Pickets Charge. Jack also narrates the films perspective from the Confederate side. From "Fields of Freedom" Jack was cast as Adam Charles in Davis Guggenheims "Gracie". Working with such seasoned actors as Dermot Mulroney and Elisabeth Shue. Following "Gracie" Jack was cast along side Michael Sorvino in "The Trouble with Cali" A film directed by Paul Sorvino. Jack got to spread his wings playing a mentally challenged skateboarding thug that looks up to and is protected by, Michael Sorvinos character Guido. Jack can also be seen as one of the bank hostages in Spike Lee's "Inside Man" Jack has also worked behind the camera. Operating as the Assistant Stage Manager for NBC's Mercy where he was frequently invited to read with the cast of the show. Look for Jack next year in "Smurfs".

Edward Vilga

Edward Vilga writes books, film, and theater -- making a little art on the side.

Edward has had seven books published (many of which involve his yoga practice) and written and directed two feature films.

His novel "Downward Dog" -- the adventures of a bad boy yoga instructor -- was published in paperback in June 2014 by Diversion Books.

Edward Vilga's last yoga book and DVD, Yoga In Bed, hit #1 on Amazon.com for all of wellness after he appeared on Regis & Kelly and CBS' Early Show and after his book was featured in People Magazine. In addition, Yoga In Bed has been positively reviewed in over 40 publications and translated into more than a dozen languages.

"Miracle In Rwanda", the play he directed and co-created with performer Leslie Lewis Sword, has toured the world. With more than 150 performances over 6 continents, the show has earned rave reviews and won numerous awards. Prior to this, Vilga produced the Obie-winning "My Left Breast" by Susan Miller.

He also wrote and directed the feature film "Dead Broke" (Warner Brothers DVD, 2006) that stars Paul Sorvino, John Glover, Tony Roberts, Jill Hennessy, and Justin Theroux. It has won several best direct-to-DVD awards and opened the New York Stories/Anjelica Film Festival.

Edward Vilga is a Yale graduate.

Bill Zucker

Springfield in Massachusetts is where the child prodigy William Cary Zucker started to create music. At the mere age of nine, he began performing piano recitals in public, and soon began to score his own compositions that greatly impressed his tutor, school peers and his supportive parents. Fast forward by a few years, and by age eleven, Bill had formed a garage band 'The Divided Line,' using his very first drum kit. He loved the sounds of drums in music and would jam regularly with the band until the age of fifteen, when he picked up his first guitar. Once again, he quickly became proficient in an instrument and composed a tenderly entitled song 'Show Me,' through which he expressed his emotions over a break-up with his childhood sweetheart

The guitar was perfectly suited for Bill because he could take it with him everywhere and it rarely left his side. It went with him through all of high school, where he was chosen to perform in many concerts and events. Very often he would get standing ovations and countless encores as a vocalist and when he played his acoustic guitar as a solo

After high school Bill auditioned and was accepted into the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. He absorbed everything that Berklee had to offer and from there (still with trusted guitar by his side) he went to live in Seattle for three years, while he attended Western Washington College in Bellingham. It was at this College that Bill hosted his own campus radio show and became the frontman and electric guitar fiddler for the country-rock band 'Colraine.' After graduation, he ended up as many musicians do, in Hollywood California where he teamed up with a young songwriter called Ron Fair, who went on to become an extremely successful music executive, and together the pair wrote a multitude of songs that were published by Paramount. Bill relished the vast opportunities Hollywood gave him as a musician and formed his first professional touring band 'Cruise Control,' that later evolved into 'The Bill Zucker Band (BZB)' there. The BZB featured Bill's lead vocals and leveraged his multi-instrumental ability to play the guitar, drum, harmonica, fiddle and keyboard/synthesizer

He had now become an exceptionally gifted musician with an impressive catalogue of over 300 original songs. Not content with just playing music, Bill also displayed an entrepreneurial streak when he opened a night club called 'Z Street.' Being the owner gave him endless opportunity to perform with numerous bands, artists and musicians. He took every single opportunity.

At the turn of the new millennium in 2000, Bill had landed himself a new record deal in Philadelphia and then recorded a critically acclaimed twelve song CD entitled 'Millennium' but the album's arrival could not save the record label from closing down, so unfortunately the album never received any of the global distribution that was promised. Bill decided it was perhaps a blessing in disguise, and moved to the warm tropical breezes of Miami Florida

By 2009 Bill had heavily invested in real estate and the stock market but saw that wiped out in the financial crash overnight. This turn of unfortunate events, prompted him to write 'The TARP Song' that he then recorded at Audacity Recording in Hollywood FL. The song became both a powerful political parody and a phenomenon that catapulted him into the national and global media spotlight and he literally become a household name overnight. Neil Cavuto on Fox News commented: "The Tarp Song says in 3 minutes what every American is feeling and the song immortalizes the Tarp forever."

Swayed by his high profile public image, Bill once again used his ability to tap into the mainstream and popular culture, and wrote and produced "The Twitter Song" and instantly he had another viral hit song on his hands. In the 'The Twitter Song' Bill parodied Twitter, Facebook and MySpace addiction and even Ashton Kutcher publicly loved and supported the catchy tune. Bill's efforts were duly recognised and rewarded by the online industry itself, when he became the recipient of an award by YouTube for having the funniest comedy video in 2009

Bill's magic touch ability to connect with an online audience was being observed by Hollywood and an enthusiastic Kelsey Grammer star of NBC's 'Frasier'phoned him one day to compliment him on his success. Bill and Kelsey had an instant rapport and both agreed that they should work together over the next few conversations. It was an alliance that even 'Laurel and Hardy'would be laughing down at. Within a few weeks, Bill finished writing the script for the first instalment of 'The Kelsey Grammer and Bill Zucker Comedy Hour' that featured skits and rude jokes and exquisitely captured the 'Benny Hill' humour of Bill and the dry neurotic wit and effervescent charm of Kelsey Grammer

Throughout 2010 and 2011, Bill wrote, directed and appeared in numerous skits and sketches with famous celebrities. He worked with the legendary heart-throb and model Fabio in 'Bill Zuckers Masterclass,' in which Fabio seemed to have lost his magical touch and so Bill gave him a pep talk so that he could pick-up the gorgeous Nicole Steinweddel! That was followed with 'A Day with the Simmons family' in which Bill spent the day at the family home of KISS musician Gene Simmons and his partner Shannon Tweed. In one hilarious scene; Gene smashed Bill's guitar to pieces and in another - Bill put on a KISS mask and got into bed with Shannon!.

Bill then flew out to Hawaii to film with Dog The Bounty Hunter and his family in a skit called 'Dog the TP Hunter tracks down Bill Zucker.' It had taken Bill; months of persuasion, perseverance and planning and in the end he managed to capture the Chapman familys' magical touch on screen. Only Dog The Bounty Hunter and his crew could have captured Zucker!

Not content with appearing in front of the camera, Bill decided to mix in a dose of film festival hosting too. He hosted the 2010 and 2011 Beverly Hills Film Festival and award recipients such as; Sharon Stone Paul Sorvino, Morgan Fairchild and Joan Collins all praised Bill for such a professional and polished job on the night and promised to return following year - but only if Bill was going to MC again.

To solidify the self- belief and tenacity of this world class musical showman; Bill has compiled two hit Albums 'Stranded' and 'Every Window' and in 2011, he recorded another new album that he independently released through his website, that included the songs; 'The Answer,' 'Summer Girl,' ' Friends,' and 'Shannon,' - the latter being a wedding present to his friends Gene Simmons and Shannon Tweed

In early 2012 Bill moved to Hollywood CA and formed the 'Bill Zucker Band' and in between filming new television projects with Kelsey Grammer, he is busy rehearsing with the band and preparing for a tour across the US and Europe and will be recording and writing a new live album to take on the road.

Joan Agajanian Quinn

Joan Agajanian Quinn, with husband, attorney John J. Quinn, and twin daughters Jennifer & Amanda, has been a supporter of the arts for over 35 years; particularly Southern California Contemporary Art. A Los Angeles native, she is the creator, writer, producer and host of "The Joan Quinn Profiles", a series of over 400 complete shows. It is a 30 minute interview show with a 2 guest format relating to the ins and the outs of the art world and the many facets of show-business. The Cable TV show airs on a mini-syndicate from California to New York (1993-present).

Guests of "The Joan Quinn Profiles" have included: Javier Bardem, Frank Gehry, Vera Wang, Georgio Moroder, William H. Macy, Manola Blahnik, Paul Morrissey, Charlie Hayden, Paloma Picasso, Zandra Rhodes, Oscar De La Renta, Dennis Hopper, Nilo Cruz, Tippi Hedren, John Waters, Richard Tyler, Salome Jens, Henry Jaglom, Michael Vartan, Charlie Shanian, Lela Rochon, Holly Woodlawn, Bob Mackie, Paul Sorvino, Michael Goorgian, Michael York, Don Bachardy, Gay Ribisi, Ed Moses, Laddie John Dill, Brenda Vaccarro, Sally Kirkland, Joan Chen, John Epperson, John Phillip Law and Guy Pearce.

She has been seen on various TV shows including appearances on: Fox News and KTLA (1989), CNN News (1993), E.R. Fox TV (2000), Hard Copy (1995-97), From Hollywood with Frank Swertlow (1997). Having written and edited (3) six minute art segments for the show Tributes (1990-91) she followed it with another TV show. She created, produced, wrote and hosted "Joan Quinn, etc..." from 1990-92.

Joan Agajanian Quinn is a visionary. who has inspired artists from all over the world to c her portrait. Such noted artists have painted or sculpted her image: David Hockney, Ian Falconer, Bob Graham, Robert Mapplethorpe, Antonio Lopez, Don Bachardy, George Hurrell, Magu, Joe Goode, Claire Falkenstein, Zandra Rhodes, Tony Berlant, Lucie Abdalian, Billy Al Bengston, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Larry Bell, Karine Matsakian, Ed Ruscha, Ed Moses, Laddie Dill, Kristin Calabrese, Andrew Logan, Duggie Fields, George Herms, Beatrice Wood, Elsa Flores, Mel Ramos ...

Tony Schweikle

Tony Schweikle was born in Chicago. His mother was a first generation Italian, his father a third generation of German decent. He finished two years of graphic arts at Lake County College IL before he dropped out. Tony Schweikle's first job was for Roger Corman, as a location coordinator on the film Avalanche. He then worked as a location scout, followed by location manager. In 1988, he finished prepping the Colorado/New Mexico portion of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. He then accepted the position of assistant film commissioner for the state of Colorado. Five years later and burned out with government work, he resigned and hoped to re-enter film production, but quickly found out that he was out of the loop. In 2009, he re-invented himself and started writing feature length scripts, to date he has completed seven. One of his scripts, Hybrids, was produced in November of 2013, starring Paul Sorvino and Carolyn Hennesy. Completed in November of 2014. Several other scripts have won in competition.

Vladimir Chistyakov

Award-winning producer of top-rated TV shows, independent films, documentaries, and music videos, Mr. Chistyakov-Goldenberg is known for his proven abilities in production management and on-budget/on-time deliverables. His expertise in delivering content that resonates with the target audience, as well as progressive experience as a journalist, show runner and executive producer, allowed him to create over hundred sequences and episodes for major broadcasting channels in Europe. Member of Motion Picture Association of America. Originally from Moscow, Russia, Vlad and his family moved to Los Angeles in late 90's. He holds law, music and cinematography degree. During his career Mr. Chistyakov-Goldenberg has had a pleasure working with numerous stars like Hugh Hefner, Pamela Anderson, Steven Seagal, Armand Assante, Vincent Cassel, Matt Damon, Colin Ferrell, Paul Sorvino, Timur Bekmambetov, Mark Millar, John Dykstra, Terence Stamp, Martin McDonagh and many others.

Robert J. Hawk

Robert J. Hawk is an American Actor, Comedian and Former Professional Wrestler, trained under Booker T and Nick Dinsmore. In 2014 he started Studying the Meisner Technique at the Paul Sorvino Acting Studio with Lawrence Dwyer and Paul Sorvino as well as Joe Palese at the Actors Space in Los Angeles, CA

Audrey Lorea

Audrey Lorea is an emerging independent director with an innovative and provocative voice. Her feature film, a romantic psychological, sci-fi thriller "Heaven is Now," will be debuting in the festival circuit in 2016. As a director, Lorea is attached to the feature film 'Body of Boys,' filming in New Mexico, as well as the electronic-opera space-exploration film, 'eXo-planet,' which will be filming in Iceland. Additionally, she worked as the second unit director of the feature film, 'Detours' (featuring Richard Kind, Paul Sorvino).

In addition to her ever-evolving, maverick directorial work, she has extensive experience behind the camera as a Producer, Locations Department Head, Scout and Consultant including feature films, commercials, original series, pilots and music videos. Notable Locations credits include 'Ride' (Helen Hunt, Luke Wilson), 'Back in the Day' (Alec Baldwin, Danny Glover), 'You Were Never Here' (Sam Shepherd), 'Stealing Cars' (William H. Macy, John Leguizamo), 'Wildling' (Liv Tyler, Bel Powley), 'Match' (Patrick Stewart, Carla Gugino). Notable Producing credits include: 'Twice Upon a Time' (Paul Borghese, Dir.), 'Green Eyes', 'Riding the D with Dr. Seeds' (Sarah Seeds, Edge in Motion), and 'Girl Night Stand' (Jenna Laurenzo, dir., with Big Vision Empty Wallet).

Not only does Lorea seek to revolutionize cinema with her directing and producing work, but she also seeks to fight for equality and justice internationally through various means and media.

With a strong academic foundation in International Relations and Economics, Lorea has worked on projects in conjunction with the United Nations, the Ford Foundation, and the EastWest Institute. Her uncanny obsession with political dynamics and the world economy continue to influence her artistic endeavors daily.

Nolé Marin

Ground-breaking fashion icon, go-to celebrity stylist and television personality, New York-native Nolé Marin. He has been on ABC reality series "True Beauty" backed by power-producers Ashton Kutcher and Tyra Banks. A favorite judge on multiple seasons on "America's Next Top Model," Season,2, 3, 4, On Air creative director of "Canada's Next Top Model" Season ,2, 3, A fashion expert on "TV Guide, E!"style network and all so three-time coach of MTV's #1-hit makeover show "MADE," is what catapulted him to super-stardom.

As a regular contributing editor to Elle, Esquire, Allure and Vogue a round the world. Nolé's expertise has been featured for the Oscars, Golden Globes, Emmy's, Cannes Film Festival, MTV Awards, and Grammy's. Additionally, Nolé has established himself as every A-lister's only answer to red carpets, award shows and of course, New York Fashion Week. Currently his the fashion director for the Runway Magazine.

Marin's resume of work with high-profile advertising campaigns includes L'Oreal, Pepsi, Disney, Sony Music, Colgate, Avon, Showtime, Virgin Records, Lady Footlocker and Davidoff. while working alongside noted photographers as Danella Federrici, Richard Phibbs, Greg Gorman, Nigel Barker, Mick Rock ,Tony Druan, and Markus Klinko & Indrani, just to name a few.

His list of celebrity clients are no less impressive. Claudia Schiffer, Tommy Hilfiger, Tyra Banks, Hugh Jackman, Heidi Klum, Lenny Kravitz, Alicia Keyes, Kanye West, Cynthia Nixon, Ricky Martin, Vivica A. Fox, Gabrielle Union, Kimora Lee and Russell Simmons, Antonio Sabato Jr., Chloe Sevigny, David Blaine, Smokey Robinson, Channing Tatum, Emily Watson ,Taryn Manning and Paul Sorvino. have all worked with the master of trends and style of, Nolé Marin.

As if that was not enough, our spitfire Nolé proved to the world that he has a few more tricks up his sleeve with his discovery of southern-boy-turned-international-male-modeling-sensation Sean O'pry in 2006, whose face has sold millions for Calvin Klein, Giorgio Armani and H&M . Sean was named top ranked by Forbes 2009.

"Catwalk," the book one of characters is loosely based on Marin's life by acclaimed creator of Disney's "Cheetah Girls" Deborah Gregory, and a sure-hit TV show on its way.

When he's not turning the average Jane into an international fashionista, securing celebrities on best-dressed lists around the globe, or coaching a friend in need on the proper way to insert a pocket square, Nolé splits his time between both coasts and he love's all his nine animals.

Erin Citti

Erin Prieth Citti is a costume designer and wardrobe stylist. Born and raised in San Diego, she relocated to Los Angeles after graduating from the University of California, San Diego to follow her lifelong passion for the art of fashion - and to turn her knack for creating a character through a visual image into a career.

Erin has since lent her classic-high-fashion-meets-edgy-bohemian aesthetic to editorials, music videos, feature films, television shows, commercials, and lookbooks. She has worked with top brands and talent, including Leighton Meester, Wilmer Valderrama, David Burtka, Shane Harper, Kathryn McCormick, Finola Hughes, Erika Christensen, Joe Piscopo, Paul Sorvino, Vince Offer, Elodie K, Honeydew Intimates, and Hot Rod Deluxe Magazine.

Riz Story

Riz Story is President and founder of TogethermenT in Hollywood, California. TogethermenT has branches in Film, Television and Music. Story was called "A true Renaissance man" by Billboard Magazine in reference to his wide array of talents, including musician, composer, record producer, writer, film maker, actor, and artist. Within the world of film making Story has credits in every major department including producing, directing, writing, cinematography, aerial cinematography, scoring, editing, as well as all technical aspects from surround sound mixing to color correction. In observance of his scope of talents "Variety" stated regarding Story's big screen directorial debut that "Riz Story embodies the indie spirit in "A Winter Rose". The Soundtrack for "A WInter Rose" has spawned 4 Top Ten Singles on the Billboard Hot Singles Chart, including a #1.

As a record producer Story has had 4 Top Ten Singles in the Billboard Hot Singles in 2016, including a #1 song.

After forming the experimental progressive rock band "Anyone" along with Taylor Hawkins (Foo Fighters, Alanis Morrisette) and Jon "Juano" Davison (YES, Sky Cries Mary) Story began to develop the sound, which would later become known as "Maximum Acid". After several years in the underground alternative scene of Huntington Beach, California 'Anyone' emerged as a major force, winning Best Band honors at the 1999 Los Angeles Music Awards. The band signed to RoadRunner Records in 2000 and recorded their major label debut, which was co-produced by Story and Rick Parasher (pearl jam, Alice in chains, Nickelback etc.). Anyone received very favorable reviews for its label debut album and toured the world extensively. The latest Anyone single released in 2016, "Fly Away" rose to #8 on the Billboard Hot Singles Chart and #3 on the DRT National Rock Airplay Chart. In 2016 Story completed the feature film production of "A Winter Rose" starring Kimberly Whalen, Paul Sorvino, Theresa Russell, Billy Zane, Tarynn Manning and Robert Miano among others. The film is opening through Regal Cinemas as an Exclusive Engagement. Story's credits on "A Winter Rose" include writer, director, producer cinematographer, editor and composer as well as writing/producing the films 26 original songs.

Gary Sax

Gary Sax has been involved in the film, television and entertainment industry for over 25 years as an actor, entertainer, director, producer and promoter. He graduated from the esteemed Center for Media Arts in New York City with an advanced degree in Television Production while also holding an Associate of Arts Degree in Education from the University of Florida. He also studied at the prestigious Lee Strasberg Institute also in New York City as well as the American Stage Conservatory in residence at Fairleigh Dickenson University in Teaneck, New Jersey under the tutelage of the respected and award winning actor, Paul Sorvino. During his tenure in the music industry, Sax, an accomplished saxophonist and performer, has worked in concert both as backup, opening act and promoter for some of the most well known artists of the early and recent rock era including...Joey Dee, Dick Dale, Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels, The Coasters, Mary Wilson, Air Supply, Junior Walker, The Shirelles, Sonny Turner, Johnny Rivers, The Association, Gary Lewis and the Playboys, The Crystals, Gary Puckett, Gary US Bonds, Johnny Maestro, Lou Christie, DJ Fontana, Marty Stuart, The Comets, and many others. His succession into the film and television industry first had him as an actor, working with such luminaries as Denzel Washington in "Heart Condition" and Tony Danza in "Who's the Boss". He also appeared in many stage productions including the lead in regional productions of "Grease" and "Bye Bye Birdie" as well as in an off Broadway version of Ipsen's, "Ghosts". In his pursuits behind the scenes and camera, he has worked as a producer, director, videographer, production manager, location manager, etc.. He was a co-producer on an Erica Estrada/Paul Smith vehicle entitled, "Caged Fury". He was also Associate Producer on the campy comedy, "South Beach Academy" starring Corey Feldman, James Hong and Al "Grandpa Munster" Lewis. Gary produced, wrote and directed the fifties style musical variety sitcom, "Harmony Street", which ran nationally on the Nostalgia Cable Network. Other productions include a short documentary, "Joe Franklin-Down Memory Lane" and a pilot for a series about disabled athletes entitled, "The Human Race" which was well received at the Paralympic Congress Disability Film Festival. Gary also brings with him a background as a teacher, coach and camp director. Other credits in front and behind the camera include... "Coco Bay Bed Race" with Dana Plato ("Different Strokes"), Spring Break, Spring Fever USA, Can It be Love, Smokey and the Bandit II and III, Porky's 2 and 3, etc..

Kaitlyn Ervin

Kaitlyn Danielle Ervin was born August 11, 1991 in Mooresville, North Carolina. Her parents are Wayne and Lorraine Miller Ervin; she has an older brother - Brandon Ervin and a younger brother - Clayton Ervin. Statia Ervin Sorgee of South Carolina is her older half-sister. Kaitlyn is a 2009 graduate from Mooresville High School, while in high school she did attend drama classes, but was mostly interested in pursuing a career in journalism. After high school Kaitlyn attended college and earned a diploma in cosmetology.

Kaitlyn was introduced to the stage at an early age through her love of dance. She began performing with a competition dance team at the age of four; over the next ten years the team achieved many regional and national titles for the group. Cheer-leading and softball are other activities that Kaitlyn enjoyed while in school. Her first experience with TV/Film came from working with the HBO TV Show - Banshee, this job opened up an opportunity to work in the film "Careful What You Wish For" (2013) with Nick Jonas, Dermot Mulroney, Isabel Lucus, and Paul Sorvino.

Yvonne Cone

Yvonne hails from Los Angeles but now considers both LA and NYC her home. She has been on the stage from a young age, mostly as a dancer until her college years, and graduated with her BFA in acting from Chapman University in CA.

Yvonne is an actor, producer, and writer. She is the Founding Artistic Director of Off-Broadway's Shrunken Shakespeare Company, and has had a flourishing theatrical career sharing the stage with such greats as Paul Sorvino, Lorraine Toussaint, Condola Rashad, Jay O. Sanders and many more.

Steve Nelson

Steve was born in 1965 in Edmonton, Alberta Canada. He grew up playing ice hockey and tennis. Steve left for college, on a tennis scholarship, and was selected All-American in 1985. He graduated with a bachelor degree in Business Marketing from the University of North Texas. He eventually moved to Los Angeles and started his career. He has taught tennis for the better part of two decades with such known clients as Ridley Scott, Harrison Ford, Paul Sorvino, Taye Diggs, and others. Steve modeled for several years and has had billboards on Times Square and Sunset Blvd, as well as compiled an extensive commercial and print portfolio. He has produced a few films as well as acted in films and television. He plans to continue on this path and remain in the Los Angeles area.

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