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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Mike Malloy

Writer/director/actor Mike Malloy has dedicated his career to tough-guy and action cinema since getting a book deal at age 19 to write the biography of Spaghetti Western star Lee Van Cleef. Malloy went on to develop some Western features — like the official Franco Nero Django sequel, Django Lives — and co-produce others, like The…

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Neil Ross

Neil Ross is an English-born American voice actor and announcer, now resident in the United States, working in Los Angeles. He has provided voices in many American cartoons, most notably Voltron, G.I. Joe and Transformers. He has also done voice work in numerous video games, including Mass Effect and Leisure Suit Larry 6 and 7. Ross has also provided voice roles (such as radio announcers) for many…

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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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Paul Blake

Paul Blake is an English actor. He is most well known for portraying the iconic character Greedo in Star Wars.

He also had minor roles in Some of My Best Friends Are… and Hennessy, as well as some roles in television series such as Down to Earth and Crossroads.

Peter Shinkoda

Peter Shinkoda is a Canadian film and television actor who starred as Nobu in Marvel’s Daredevil, Dai on the TNT science fiction series Falling Skies, and as Sektor in the Warner Bros. webseries Mortal Kombat: Legacy. After UCLA, Shinkoda went on to work as an assistant editor on such films as Romeo Must Die, Rat…

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Phillip Paley

Phillip Paley is an American actor possibly best recalled for his role as Cha-Ka in the 1974 American television series Land of the Lost. Born in Los Angeles, California, Paley began his acting career at age ten on the cult children’s TV series Land of the Lost. He was discovered for the role by becoming…

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Ross Marquand

Ross Marquand received his BFA in Theatre from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Shortly thereafter, he moved to Los Angeles and quickly garnered attention in several film and television projects. Before Marquand’s breakout role on The Walking Dead, he portrayed screen legend Paul Newman on AMC’s Mad Men. Also an accomplished voice over actor,…

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Ryan Hurst

Ryan Hurst is best known for his roles as Gerry Bertier in Disney’s Remember the Titans, Tom Clark in Taken, Opie Winston in the FX network drama series Sons of Anarchy, and as Chick in Bates Motel. Growing up in a Hollywood family, Hurst made a very early start in the show business, with a recurring role in the NBC teen situation comedy series Saved by the Bell: The…

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Sam Stone

Award winning author Sam Stone began writing aged 11 after reading her first adult fiction book, The Collector by John Fowles. Her love of horror fiction began soon afterwards when she stayed up late one night with her sister to watch Christopher Lee in the classic Hammer film, Dracula. Since then she’s been a huge…

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Sean Gunn

Born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri in a Roman Catholic family of Irish descent, Sean Gunn has four brothers and one sister. His brother James is a screenwriter/director, who took acting classes with Sean when they were children) and his brother Patrick was an executive producer for Artisan Entertainment. Gunn attended the Jesuit St.…

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Sean Schemmel

Sean Schemmel is an actor born November 21st (the same day as his Mother and Bjork) 1968 in Waterloo, Iowa. When he was 12 years old, he heard a voice inside his head that said “You must play the French horn”. So he did. Professionally. But then in 1999, there was an open casting call…

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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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Steve Agee

Steve Agee is an accomplished actor and comedian, noted for his comedic timing in his roles for television shows. Agee worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including Adventure Time With Finn and Jake, Childrens Hospital and Community. Following that project, he worked on the Rainn Wilson action-packed comedy Super and…

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Steve Dash

Steve Dash is an actor known for his role as a stunt double supporting the fictional serial killer Jason Voorhees in the film Friday the 13th, Part 2. A former cop who worked as a stuntman and actor beginning in 1977, he had small roles in Wolfen and The Jazz Singer. That led to work…

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Tom Holland

Tom Holland is an American director and screenwriter of horror and thriller films. His early writing projects include Class of 1984 (1982) and the Robert Bloch- inspired Psycho II (1983), the latter starring Anthony Perkins as the menacing psychopath, Norman Bates. Tom gained more notoriety, however, as a director. His directorial debut was the popular…

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Virginia Hey

Virginia Hey is an Australian actress best known for 4 Cult acting roles:
 Warrior Woman in Mad Max 2: Road Warrior; Bond girl Rubivich in The Living Daylights; cult smash Prisoner: Cellblock H as Leigh Templar; and the iconic role of the bald blue priestess Zhaan in the giant cult television hit Farscape, for which she was nominated for a…

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