Suzanne Kent was one of the original members of the Groundlings company. She also created the Sunday Company and was its Founding Director. She is best known for her memorable appearances on "TAXI" as Angela Matusa and her stint as neighbor Mrs. Rene on "Pee Wee’S Playhouse". Film and TV credits include Curb your enthusiasm, recurring appearances on St. Elsewere, Seventh Heaven, and Brotherly Love, TV films "Promised a miracle", "Love Lives on" and "Get Patty Hearst", and feature films "Middle Men", "White Fang", "The Man who loved Women" "The Boost" and many others.
Anthony began The Artist Theater Group in 1987, and ever since he has produced over 90 plays. He has written seven screenplays, 24 one-act plays; and he is currently adapting two more of his plays.Anthony's acting training includes a strong background in the Sandy Meisner’s acting technique and the Strasberg Method. Among his teachers are Sandy Meisner, Charlie Laughton, Bob Carnegie, James Franco, Bill Alderson and Shelley Winters.Anthony is a recipient of the Drama-Logue Award for acting. He also worked on "Playhouse" for James Franco, and acted in "Holy land", written and produced by James Franco; he also starred in the web series "It's Temporary". Anthony is on the judging committee for Mini Cinema TV.
Television host, actress, film and tv producer, accomplished pianist and an avid volunteer. Whatever role she takes on, Eunice Olsen never loses sight of who she is. In November 2004, Eunice was appointed as a Nominated Member of Parliament in Singapore, making her the youngest ever appointed at the age of 27. She was also winner of the Miss Singapore Universe contest in 2000. In 2008, Olsen was the proud recipient of the prestigious ASEAN Youth Award and was recently nominated as a Young Global Leader representing Singapore at the World Economic Forum. In addition to her entertainment work, she champions causes such as awareness on human trafficking and people with disabilities.
Ciera Danielle Parrack
Ciera is an award winning actress and filmmaker. She has been working in theater and film for over a decade now. Most currently she can be seen in James Franco's "Child of God" and in her directorial debut "Daisy's", for which she won a Best Actress award.
She is the founder of Love & Lavoro Films, a production company devoted to creating artistic content that inspires as well as heals. She will be starring opposite Anthony Montes in "Subway Suicide: A Love Story", which Anthony also wrote, later this year.
Meet the talent
Born in England,Joe Penny graduated to Hollywood hunkdom in the late 1970s, beginning with an appearance in the 1977 good-ole-boy flick Delta County USA. Other films followed, but Penny's celebrity status was contingent upon his television work. He rose to prominence with good roles in TV movies and miniseries like The Girls in the Office and The Gossip Columnist. In the 1980s, Joe Penny starred on no fewer than three weekly series: he played trigger-happy Bugsy Siegel inThe Gangster Chronicles (1981), private eye Nick Ryder in Riptide (1984-86) and undercover investigator Jake Styles in Jake and the Fatman(1987-92.
Marlene Mc'Cohen was born as Marlene Barforough. She is an actress and producer, known for Alice in Murderland (2010), Captain Battle: Legacy War (2013) and Pretty(2011). She was guest star in "It's always Sunny in Philadelphia", starring Danny DeVito and been in eight independent films including, “Her Morbid Desires,” starring Tippi Hedren from Hitchcock’s, “The Birds”. She is also the Los Angeles correspondent for “The Mike Sherman Show” and has interviewed celebrities such as Hugh Hefner.
Sam Fox hails from a farm at the the top of Malibu's infamous Mulholland Hwy. Her early years were mainly spent hanging amongst pigs and donkeys. Due to long moments of extreme boredom, Sam developed a wild imagination, which lead to her career in the arts. She graduated from Agoura High School and attended Santa Monica City College, dropping out 3 times and failing out once. Over the last 4 years Sam has dedicated a lot of time to traveling around the world making her travel show "Adventures of Sam Sam", as well as taking part in indie films, shorts, and even the big Hollywood picture "We Bought A Zoo". She currently resides in Venice Beach and while not acting, spends most of her time painting, surfing, watching psychedelic horror movies and going to the disco.
Brian Lally is an actor and director best known for "LA Confidential" (1997), "Hesher" (2010) and "Funny People" (2009). His IMDB features over 90 acting credits including Feature films, shorts and numerous apperances in popular TV Shows. Brian Lally is also member of "The Shery Theater".
Ryan Neil Conklin is a talented actor, known for Accused (2013), The Undate (2007) andSomeone Is Watching (2008). Ryan has done film, theater and commercials in the U.S., as well as in Europe. Ryan splits his time between New York and Los Angeles pursuing both his modeling and acting careers.
Ryan Neil Conklin
Toby Maka was born on Mt Shasta in California. With a mixed heritage of Tongan and British, he spent his younger years traveling and moving from the United States to Europe and back with his family. After arriving to Los Angeles from Boston five years ago, Toby found his calling with acting and has never looked back. Known for The Hog (2009), Apartment 157 (2011) and Miami Medical (2010). He was most recently in Bold and the Beautiful.(2013)
Martin Scorsese discovered Johnny “Roastbeef” in Rao’s Restaurant in East Harlem and immediately cast him in Goodfellas starring Robert DeNiro. Johnny soon landed a role in State of Grace starring Sean Penn and Gary Oldman. His next role was the comedy classic Honeymoon in Vegas starring James Caan, Nicholas Cage, and Sarah Jessica Parker. Since then Johnny has played a variety of roles, from gangster to auto mechanic with such talents as Billy Crystal, Jim Carrey, and Whoopi Goldberg. Johnny’ has since worked with noted directors such as Walter Hill, Marty Davidson, and Howard Duetch. Over the years Johnny has appeared in TV shows Lois and Clark, NYPD Blue, and Steven Spielberg’s High Incident. Johnny has appeared in a variety of network movies, including ABC’s The Carolyn Warmus Story, opposite Virginia Madsen, James Garner, a Rockford Files MOW, and NBC’s Witness to the Mob.