Brittney Karbowski

Brittney Karbowski is an American actress who has voiced in a number of English-language versions of Japanese anime films and television series for ADV Films, Funimation, and Seraphim Digital/Sentai Filmworks. In Houston, Texas, Karbowski had been working in theater productions such as Little Shop of Horrors, Seussical, and Pirates of Penzance. She got into the…

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Larry Elmore

Elmore has been creating fantasy and science fiction art for over 40 years. After receiving a BFA degree from Western Kentucky, he married Betty Clemons and was drafted into the army almost at the same time. After two years in the service, he got a job at Fort Knox, Kentucky as an illustrator. In addition,…

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Patrick Breen

As a respected American supporting player in film, television, and theater who occasionally moonlights as a screenwriter, Patrick Breen first culled recognition in the American press in 1991. That spring, the then-30-year-old delivered a bravura performance as an emotionally damaged son in Jon Robin Baitz’s play The Substance of Fire. Breen hit his zenith as…

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Jed Rees

After several years of training in New York, Jed began his acting career on various film and television productions shooting in his hometown of Vancouver. Some of which included The X-Files, The Outer Limits, and the movie Fear, starring Mark Walberg and Reese Witherspoon. Jed returned to New York for the theatrical production of Two…

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Mike Baron

Mike Baron is the creator of Nexus and Badger, two independent superhero comics. His comic credits include Flash, Punisher, Deadman, and Star Wars. He has written for Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, Creem, Fusion, Isthmus, Boston Phoenix, Boston Globe, Oui, and numerous other publications. Mike Baron is the creator of Josh Pratt, a reformed motorcycle hoodlum…

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Amanda Bearse

Amanda Bearse  is an American actress, director and comedian best known for her role as neighbor Marcy Rhoades D’Arcy on Married… with Children, a sitcom that aired in the United States from 1987 to 1997, and for her performance in the 1985 horror film Fright Night. Bearse studied acting at New York City’s Neighborhood Playhouse under instructor Sanford Meisner. Her initial success came with the role of Amanda…

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William Ragsdale

Dark, wavy-haired, boyishly earnest, Williams Ragsdale graduated from Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas, studying religion and humanities before deciding to buckle down and become an actor. The acting bug began to tempt the handsome young actor while appearing in a few college plays and musicals on the sly. His parents actually gave him a graduation…

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Stephen Geoffreys

Stephen Geoffreys made a strong and distinct impression with his winning blend of wild energy and manic intensity that he brought to a handful of hugely enjoyable comedies and horror films made throughout the 1980s. He was born Stephen Geoffrey Miller on November 22, 1964, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Geoffreys first began acting at a performing…

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Jonathan Stark

Jonathan Stark is an American television producer, screenwriter, and actor. He created—along with his writing partner, Tracy Newman—the sitcom According to Jim and won an Emmy for his co-writing on “The Puppy Episode” in which Ellen DeGeneres’s character Ellen Morgan came out of the closet on Ellen in 1997. He is best known for playing the vampire bodyguard and servant Billy Cole in Fright Night (1985), Sergeant Krieger in Project…

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