Film and TV
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Alexis Denisof is one of pop culture's most versatile and beloved actors. He will next be seen in the highly anticipated second season of MTV's acclaimed drama Finding Carter, the highest rated new cable show of 2014, in which Denisof plays Carter's complex father David. And he can be seen regularly as the charismatic villain Prince Viktor in NBC's Grimm.

Most recently Denisof appeared in the blockbuster's Guardians Of The Galaxy and The Avengers, as the mysterious villain, The Other.

His recent performance in one of Shakespeare's great roles is unforgettable as Benedick in Joss Whedon's comedy Much Ado About Nothing. The film, done in the original text, received outstanding reviews, especially for the quarreling lovers played by Denisof and Amy Acker. Also starring in the film are Nathan Fillion, Clark Gregg, Fran Kranz.

Denisof's versatility was again on display in Bryan Singer's ground-breaking online sci-fi series H+ onYouTube, and in his recurring role as the hilarious news anchor Sandy Rivers on CBS's How I Met Your Mother.

But Denisof is perhaps best known to audiences as Wesley Wyndam-Pryce on the series Angel. A character he created for season 3 of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. For over 100 episodes, Denisof played one of the most beloved characters of what has become known as the Whedonverse.

He began acting at a young age at Seattle's distinguished ACT and Bathhouse Theater, before being accepted to the prestigious London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. Upon graduating he was invited to join the Royal Shakespeare Company in their acclaimed production of Hamlet starring Mark Rylance.

Denisof made his film debut in the British film Murder Story opposite Christopher Lee. Denisof has appeared in such films asFirst Knight, Rogue Trader, True Blue, Innocent Lies, and the Sundance Film festival hit, The Misadventures of Margeret.

While in London, Denisof enjoyed an equally prolific stage career in the West End productions of Cyrano de Bergerac, A Tale of Two Cities, Tovarich, and Bent with Sir Ian McKellen. Denisof also enjoyed success in other theater productions, including Rope, Cain, Pointe Valaine, and All My Sons.

Aside from his extensive theater and film experience, Denisof is also a veteran of television including NBC's Noah's Ark, Private Practice, Dollhouse and the popular British series, Sharpe, Faith, and Romeo and Juliet.

Denisof is married to actress Alyson Hannigan, with whom he has two daughters.

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Alyson Hannigan has had a widely varied career, captivating audiences both television and film. She recently starred on CBS' hit Emmy Nominated comedy How I Met Your Mother, where she won numerous accolades including a People's Choice Award.  On the film side, she most recently appeared in American Wedding for Universal Pictures.  The American Pie series is the most popular feature comedy franchise of all time with over a billion in revenue.  Previously on the small screen, Hannigan starred in the hugely popular and critically acclaimed drama Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

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Golden Globe and Tony Award winning stage and screen actor Barry Bostwick is known for playing Brad Majors in the cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show. On television, he's known for his roles as Mr. Tyler in What I Like About You, Mayor Randall Winston in Spin City, and the father of the President in Scandal.

Born in San Mateo, California, Bostwick attended San Diego's United States International University's School for the Performing Arts and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at New York University. Starting his career on stage, he performed in numerous productions including Take Her, She's Mine, War and Peace, The Misanthrope, Cock-a-Doodle Dandy, Hamlet, and Grease. He broke into films with Jennifer on My Mind, and could also be seen in Road Movie, The Wrong Damn Film, and of course, The Rocky Horror Picture Show.

After the success of Rocky Horror, Bostwick returned to Broadway with his Tony-nominated role in They Knew What They Wanted. He won a Tony in 1977 for his role in The Robber Bridegroom, and went on to perform in She Loves Me, The Pirates of Penzance, Nick & Nora, before returning to film and TV. Some of his credits include Spin City, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Scrubs, Ugly Betty, Supernatural, Phineas and Ferb, Research., Scandal, Cougar Town, and even appeared in the Glee episode The Rocky Horror Glee Show.

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Born in Las Vegas, Charisma Carpenter studied classical ballet and entered many local beauty contests before attending Chula Vista School of Creative and Performing Arts, where she graduated in 1988. She was discovered by an agent while waiting tables in L.A. to save money for college and began working in theatrical productions and appearing in more than twenty commercials. Her first television role was an appearance on Baywatch followed by a starring role on Malibu Shores.

In 1996, Charisma was cast as Cordelia Chase on Buffy the Vampire Slayer where she held the role for three seasons before moving to the spin-off series Angel. Alongside David Boreanaz, she continued to play Cordelia for an additional four seasons, with return appearances for the 100th episode.

After Buffy and Angel, Charisma had a three episode guest appearance on Charmed, a recurring role on Miss Match, Veronica Mars and Greek, and also made guest appearances on Burn Notice, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Supernatural, Blue Bloods, and Sons of Anarchy among other roles.

Charisma has also gone on to appear in films including Psychosis, Crash Site, and portrayed the character Lacy in both The Expendables and The Expendables 2.

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Chris is no stranger to Star Trek. Having spent time on the original series sets with his dad. He began his acting adventure on the Enterprise in 1979 appearing in Star Trek: The Motion Picture. That was the first of several appearances on the beloved ship. His most recent trek put him in the transporter room of the critically acclaimed Star Trek Into Darkness (2013).  In Star Trek (2009) Chris was sharing the screen with the new Scotty, Simon Pegg. Chris has also done several character voice-overs for the Starship Farragut animated episodes, including that of the iconic engineer himself

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Orphan(0) : Chris Doohan (guest_id=890) : categories=Film and TV;
 

David Morrissey is a versatile actor, having performed in an eclectic range of productions for film, television and stage. Born in Liverpool, Morrissey left to study in London at RADA. Most recently, Morissey finished filming the new BBC program The 7.39. Prior, Morrissey starred opposite Mark Strong and Andrea Riseborough in Eran Creev’s Welcome to the Punch, and in Rupert Goold’s Richard II and in Dominic Savage’s improvised drama True Love for the BBC.

Morrissey has appeared in some of the most critically acclaimed television dramas, such as Our Mutual FriendClocking OffHolding On, which earned him a prestigious RTS nomination; the six-part BBC political drama State of Play, a role for which he received a BAFTA nomination; and one of Channel 4's most controversial dramas, The Deal, directed by Stephen Frears, for which Morrissey won an RTS Award. In 2006, audiences saw Morrissey in Viva Blackpool on BBC One. Morrissey received the Best Television Actor Award at the Arena Awards, and the series received a Golden Globe Award nomination.

Recent television credits include Red Riding, The Field of Blood and South Riding, as well as Thorne: Sleepyhead and Thorne: Scaredycat - two films based on the hugely popular Mark Billingham’s crime novels for Sky1 - in which he played the lead role and also served as an executive producer.

His stage work has included a number of productions with the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National, and he has worked with highly regarded stage directors, including Adrian Noble, Deborah Warner and Declan Donnellan. Most recently, he performed in Neil LaBute’s In a Dark Dark House at the Almeida Theatre.

In film Morrissey has acted in Hilary and Jackie; Some Voices; Born Romantic; Captain Corelli’s Mandolin; Miramax’s Derailed; Stephen Woolley’s Stoned; The Reaping, opposite Hilary Swank; The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep; The Other Boleyn Girl; Neil Marshall’s Centurion; Sam Taylor-Johnson’s Nowhere Boy and Earthbound.

In addition to his acting career, Morrissey founded his own production company, Tubedale Films, which co-produced Patrice Leconte’s film L’Homme du Train, starring Johnny Hallyday and Jean Rochefort. David Morrissey also directed the short TV project Sweet Revenge, the two-part BBC drama Passer By and the feature film Don’t Worry About Me.

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Orphan(0) : David Morrissey (guest_id=1045) : categories=Film and TV;
 

Edward James Olmos (Axford) has achieved extraordinary success as an actor, producer and humanitarian. The Tony, Emmy and Academy Award® Nominated actor, is probably best known to young audiences for his work on the SyFy television series Battlestar Galatica as Admiral William Adama. Although the series kept the actor busy during its run from 2003 through 2009, it didn't stop him from directing the HBO movie Walkout in 2007, for which he earned a DGA Nomination in the Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television category.

Olmos' career in entertainment spans over 30 years. In that time he created a signature style and aesthetic that he applies to every artist endeavor, often grounding his characters in reality and gravitas. His dedication to his craft has brought him attention across the industry, and with audiences worldwide.

Originally a musician, Olmos branched out into acting, appearing in many small theatre productions until portraying the iconic El Pachuco in Zoot Suit. The play moved to Broadway and Olmos earned a Tony nomination for the role, which he revised in the 1981 film version.

Olmos went on to appear in the films Wolfen, Blade Runner, and The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez before starring in his biggest role to date, that of Lieutenant Martin Castillo in the iconic 80's television series Miami Vice opposite Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas. During his time on the Michael Mann series, Olmos earned two Golden Globe and Emmy Award nominations, resulting in a win from each.

In 1988, the actor was nominated for an Academy Award® and won the Golden Globe for his portrayal of Jaime Escalante in Stand and Deliver. He directed and starred in his first motion picture, American Me, in 1992.

Olmos' passion for the arts grows every year, but he never forgets to give back to the communities that support him with their dedication and support. He is an international advocate, spokesman, and humanitarian working with organizations such as Thank You Ocean, Project Hope Foundation, Children's Hospital of Los Angeles, The Boy's and Girl's Club of America, The River Keepers, Dr. Andros' Diabetic Foot Global Conference and he speaks up to 150 times a year in schools, universities, and corporations.

Other credits as an actor include the motion pictures My Family/Mi Familia; Selena, which was a breakout film for Jennifer Lopez; and In the Time of Butterflies, in which he played Dominican Republic dictator Rafael Leonidas Trujillo. In television, he enjoyed a recurring role as U.S. Supreme Court Justice Roberto Mendoza in the NBC drama The West Wing, portrayed a widowed father in the PBS drama American Family: Journey of Dreams, and recently Directed the YouTube phenomena The Short Film BP Doesn't Want You To See, featured on Larry King/CNN.

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Jason Momoa is poised as one of Hollywood’s upcoming leading male action stars. He will next be seen in David Hayter’s feature Wolves for Eone and Crystal Sky. In addition, he has just landed one of the lead roles in the new Sundance Channel series, The Red Road. Last year, he was seen starring opposite Sylvester Stallone in Bullet to the Head, directed by Walter Hill for Warner Brothers and Joel Silver. Momoa has finished production on Road to Paloma, a road-tale, revenge thriller which he wrote, is acting in, and also directing. He was tenacious in getting this project funded.

Making his big screen debut in the summer of 2011, Jason took on the iconic character of Conan, garnering positive reviews in the Lionsgate/Millennium franchise reboot of Conan the Barbarian. Jason also played an integral role in the success of the critically acclaimed and Emmy-nominated first season of the HBO series Game of Thrones. (There was such an overwhelming response to his role of 'Khal Drogo' that they wrote his character back into the second season.)

He also established a large genre fan base from his portrayal of 'Ronon Dex' in the SyFy series Stargate: Atlantis (2005-2009) and was a Series Regular on North Shore for FBC.

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Jim Beaver, who starred as the gruff but tender prospector Ellsworth on HBO’s hit Western series Deadwood and as the beloved demon hunter Bobby Singer on Supernatural, also plays Sheriff Shelby Parlow on FX’s Justified and gun dealer Lawson on Breaking Bad, making him one of Hollywood’s busiest character actors and the proud owner of nearly 200,000 Twitter followers. He previously starred as Sheriff Charlie Mills on CBS’s Harper's Island and as "Uncle" Nick Vukovic on ABC’s Day Break. Before that, he starred as quirky Vietnam Joe on HBO’s series John From Cincinnati, while simultaneously playing Carter Reese on HBO’s Big Love.

A Vietnam veteran, Jim first came to prominence as Bruce Willis's best friend in Norman Jewison's acclaimed film about Vietnam vets, In Country, and appeared in such hit films as Magnolia, Joy Ride, Sister Act, Bad Girls, Silver, Blue Chips, Geronimo, Turner and Hooch, Hollywood Shuffle, Silkwood, and Semi-Tough. Other films include two Nicolas Cage movies, Next and Adaptation, and a starring role with Kevin Spacey and Kate Winslet in Sir Alan Parker's The Life of David Gale. From 1996 to 2002 he appeared as Father Tim Jansen on NBC'S popular daytime drama Days of Our Lives. For two seasons he played Mark Harmon's partner, Detective Earl Gaddis, on NBC's critically acclaimed drama Reasonable Doubts.

He followed that with two seasons starring as Edward Asner's sidekick Leland on the comedy Thunder Alley. He has guest starred on shows such as Dexter, Lie to Me, The Mentalist, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, The West Wing, NYPD Blue, The X-Files, Criminal Minds, Six Feet Under, Lyon's Den, Monk, Philly, Star Trek: Enterprise, Lois and Clark: The New Advenures of Superman, Murder One, Midnight Caller, Young Riders, Paradise, Matlock, Perry Mason, and Jake and the Fatman. He starred in the cable movies Warden of Red Rock and Divided by Hate and has appeared in other television movies such as The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson, El Diablo, Follow Your Heart, and American River. He is the only actor ever to play different roles in consecutive Gunsmoke productions.

As a stage actor, he has appeared all over the country in the classics as well as dinner theatre. He spent five seasons with the Dallas Shakespeare Festival, played lead roles in and Last Meeting of the Knights of the White Magnolia in national tours, as well as regional theatre roles such as Henry II in The Lion in Winter, Lachie in The Hasty Heart, Starbuck in The Rainmaker, Sgt. Trotter in The Mousetrap, The Inquisitor in The Lark, and the title role in Charley's Aunt. He is a three-time Los Angeles Dramalogue Critics Award® winner for his work writing and acting in his own plays, Verdigris, Semper Fi, and Sidekick. He studied acting with Oscar-winner Maximilian Schell.

In addition to his acting, Jim is a nationally recognized playwright and the author of two books of film history: John Garfield and Movie Blockbusters, and is working on his third, an already controversial book on the life and mysterious death of tv's original Superman, George Reeves. For television he has written episodes of Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Tour of Duty, and Vietnam War Story, among others, and was twice nominated for the ACE Award® for cable television writing. For nearly ten years, he was film critic/columnist for Films in Review magazine. His video essays on film appear in the online Beaver's Lodge. His new book, Life's That Way, a memoir of his wife’s battle against cancer, was published to widespread critical acclaim.

A Marine Corps veteran of Vietnam and the former chairman of the board of Theatre West in Los Angeles, Jim is a Cherokee-German native of Laramie, Wyoming who was raised in Irving, Texas. He was married from 1989 until her death in 2004 to actress Cecily Adams, daughter of Get Smart star Don Adams. Jim lives in Los Angeles with their daughter Madeline.

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Kim has appeared in film, on television, in commercials and on the web. She has had roles on shows like The Bold and the Beautiful, America's Most Wanted and the films Thunder Geniuses and Pastor Jones 2: Lord, Save My Daughter. Portraying Lt. Uhura on Star Trek Continues will be a standout among her roles, not only because of Kim’s respect for Nichelle Nichols who originated the iconic character, but also for the tremendous enthusiasm Trek fans have for Uhura and the entire cast of the classic series.
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Orphan(0) : Kim Stinger (guest_id=889) : categories=Film and TV;
 

In January 2010, Lou Ferrigno® signed on with Nestlé USA, Inc., as a Spokesperson for what promises to be a funny and exciting Campaign that will be launching this year. He and his family are also currently in negotiations with TV Land for a new Reality TV project - The Incredible Ferrigno’s which will focus on “coaching” viewers on how to improve the quality of their physical and mental health. Who better than Lou Ferrigno to take on this “Incredible” task. Be sure to stay tuned for the launch of both projects!

In recent news, Lou was a guest on The Tonight Show hosted by his long-time friend and colleague, Jay Leno. You can catch a clip of the Interview on YouTube. Lou has also recently been doing Voice Overs for cartoon characters on The Cartoon Network.

The Summer of 2009 presented a personal challenge for Lou when his long-time friend, Pop legend Michael Jackson, for whom he was a personal trainer over the past 15 years, suddenly passed away stunning both Lou and the entire World. In honor of Michael, Lou made over two-dozen television appearances, including Larry King Live, Good Morning America, The ABC Morning Show and Anderson Cooper. In recognition, Lou was credited on the recently released Michael Jackson movie "This Is It."

In 2009, Lou played a wonderful supporting role in the DreamWorks romantic comedy “I Love You, Man” which was directed by John Hamburg (Zoolander, Along Came Polly, Meet the Parents, Meet the Fockers), with a cast that includes Paul Rudd, Jason Segel and Rashida Jones. The DVD was released in August, 2009.

Shortly before that Lou also appeared in, and did the voice of The Hulk, in Superhero blockbuster feature films, The Incredible Hulk, directed by Louis Leterrier, with a cast that included Edward Norton, Liv Tyler, Tim Roth, William Hurt, and Robert Downey Jr. That was, of course, the sequel to the blockbuster hit feature film Hulk, directed by Ang Lee where Lou, at the request of the filmmakers, made an honorary Cameo Appearance. He also provides the voice for the UPN animated series The Incredible Hulk, with a cast that includes Peter Strauss, Mark Hamill, Kathy Ireland, and Richard Moll.

Lou also enjoyed his Recurring Guest Star role on King of Queens, where he frequently appeared up through the shows successful 9th Season, on CBS Television Network. Also just prior, Lou Guest Starred on the ABC Television sitcom My Wife and Kids, became the spokesman for the Sit Up-Sit Down Home Gym, and was the lead in the debut video for the band "Edgewater" for MTV.

Lou also headed first to Italy where he shot two commercials used in the International market where he has a huge fan base, and to the East coast to shoot two Longhorn Steakhouse commercials, one of which was rated as the No. 3 top commercial of the year by "Shoot Magazine."

Over the past several years Lou completed an extensive physical and academic training program and became a "Deputy" for the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department. At the induction ceremony, Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca introduced Lou, who spoke publicly before a packed house of other Deputy Sheriffs, their families, friends and press who were present to witness the formal "white glove" event.

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Max Brooks is the bestselling author of World War Z, The Zombie Survival Guide and its graphic companion, The Zombie Survival Guide: Recorded Attacks. He has also written the comic book and graphic novel series G.I. Joe: Hearts and Minds, The Extinction Parade, Shadow Walk, and The Harlem Hellfighters.

Brooks has a number of other creative credits. As an actor, he has been seen in Roseanne, To Be or Not to Be, Pacific Blue, and 7th Heaven. He also has a career voicing animation; his voice has been featured in the animated shows Batman Beyond, Buzz Lightyear of Star Command, Justice League and All Dogs Go to Heaven: The Series. During the start of the 3rd season of Lost Tapes, he was cast as himself in the zombie episode, telling the audience about how zombies come to be. He also appeared on Spike TV series Deadliest Warrior, in which he represented the zombie team in the "Vampires vs Zombies" episode, as one of the Zombie experts along with Matt Mogk the Founder of the Zombie Research Society. He also appeared on the Discovery Channel's Sons of Guns in a zombie gun build off.

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Michael Shanks, perhaps best known for his role as Dr. Daniel Jackson on STARGATE SG-1, starred as John Brady in the Emmy Award-winning dramatic telefilm Door to Door with William H. Macy and Helen Mirren.  Shanks has also appeared in the film Call of the Wild with Rutger Hauer.

For his portrayal of Jackson, Shanks has been nominated for several awards over the years. In 2004, he won the LEO Award for "Best Performance By A Male Lead" and was nominated for a Saturn Award as well.  Shanks has also hopped behind the camera on Stargate, making his directorial debut with the episode "Double Jeopardy" in Season 4. In Season 7, he co-wrote the episode "Evolution (Pt 1)" with Damian Kindler.

In addition to Stargate SG-1, Shanks has guest starred on a number of television series, including a Daniel Jackson turn in Stargate: Atlantis, as well as Andromeda and The Outer Limits.  His television movie credits include a lead role in UPN's telefilm Escape to Mars and NBC's A Family Divided.

Shanks was born in British Columbia, Canada.  Post college, he travelled to Ontario, Canada, where he spent two seasons with the world-renowned Stratford Shakespeare Festival, appearing in stage productions of Amadeus, Macbeth, and The Merry Wives of Windsor among others.

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Orphan(0) : Michael Shanks (guest_id=1185) : categories=Film and TV;
 

Playing Starfleet's first ever ship's counselor, Dr. Elise MacKenna in Star Trek Continues, Michele is also known to Sci-Fi fans as insane bounty hunter Red in Fallout: Nuka Break, and as Betty the Manipulation Core in the Portal-based Aperture R&D.

Her television work includes appearances on CSI: NY, New Girl, Disney's Kickin' It, as well as her series regular role Katie in the sit-com I Hate My 30s. Her feature film work includes co-starring in The Last Godfather with Harvey Kietel, Politics of Love with Brian White and Loretta Divine, and The Columbian Connection with Tom Sizemore. She has voiced roles in animated films such as Dreamwork's Madagascar: Escape to Africa, in animated series like Cartoon Network's MAR as Pano, in several video games including Dynasty Warriors: 7 as Wang Yi, and in several of anime's best loved series including Ouran High School Host Club, Tsubasa Chronicle, and Claymore.

Michele began her career with classical training, earning degrees in both Theater and Classical Music, but her Los Angeles career started in sketch comedy. While currently making a living in TV and film appearances, voice acting, and commercials, she first spent 10 years creating and performing original characters, sketches, musicals, and short films around LA and beyond - including the HBO Comedy Workspace and comedy festivals. 

She lives in Los Angeles and spends most of her time on set being told in various forms: "Great - now turn it down a notch."

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Orphan(0) : Michele Specht (guest_id=844) : categories=Film and TV;
 

Australian actress Nell Campbell was born in Sydney, New South Wales where she attended Abbotsleigh School for Girls before moving to Britain in the early 1970s. Noticed for her tap dancing skills, she was cast as Colombia in the original stage production and in the film production of The Rocky Horror Show and starred as Nurse Ansalong in the sequel Shock Treatment. Following her success in Rocky Horror, she signed a recording contract and released songs including Stilettos and Lipstick, Do the Swim, Fever, and Beauty Queen.

Campbell went on to appear on stage in productions including A Street Car Named Desire, You Should Be So Lucky, and Nine. On television she appeared on shows including Rock Follies of '77, Shoestring, and Saturday Night Live. As an entrepreneur, Campbell opened a nightclub Nell's in Manhattan, and the restaurants The Kiosk and E&O. Campbell also regularly contributed to the magazine Talk with her segments MamaTalks and FirstLook.

 

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Born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Patricia Quinn is an actress and singer best known for her work in The Rocky Horror Picture Show. She attended Belfast’s Arts Theatre and British Drama League and later trained at the Drama Centre in London. One of her first roles on stage was in the Best Play of the Year Winner, AC/DC at the Royal Court Theatre. She starred in a number of theatrical productions after that before she was offered the role of the Usherette/Magenta in Rocky Horror. She opened the first performance on stage with Science Fiction Double Feature in London. Following its success, she reprised her role of Magenta in the film version in 1975. While Richard O'Brien's singing opens the film version, it's still Quinn's infamous, glossy red lips that are seen on screen at the beginning.

Quinn went on to gain further notoriety in both film and television, including roles in The Love School, I, Claudius, Shock Treatment, Monty Python's The Meaning of Life, Doctor Who, and most recently, The Lords of Salem, and Yurei No Henka.

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Orphan(0) : Patricia Quinn (guest_id=1201) : categories=Film and TV;
 

Paul Cornell is a writer of science fiction and fantasy in prose, comics and TV. He's written Doctor Who for the BBC, Batman and Robin for DC and Wolverine for Marvel. His two Shadow Police urban fantasy novels, London Falling and The Severed Streets, will be joined by a third this year. 2015 will see a number of exciting new projects, many of them creator-owned.

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Orphan(0) : Paul Cornell (guest_id=1173) : categories=Film and TV;
 

Best known as the voice of Ghostface in the Scream films and Mojo Jojo on The Powerpuff Girls, Roger is a theatre trained actor, director, and puppeteer. His work includes films, television, commercials, videogames, recorded books, and theatre.

He has appeared on Robert Chicken, Legend of Korra, The Regular Show, Code Name: Kids Next Door, The Book of Pooh, and Celebrity Death Match. His film work includes Mars Attacks, Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury, Khumba, The Adventures of Mr. Incredible, Titan A.E., EDtv, and White House Down.

Roger’s videogame titles include Tales From the Borderlands, Among the Sleep, Walking Dead, Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, Final Fantasy, Mass Effect, Assassin's Creed, American McGee's Alice games and Grimm, The Sims, Dungeons & Dragons, Yakuza, Jade Empire, several Star Trek games, and more Star Wars games than we can list.

He has been a voice double for Liam Neeson, John Goodman, Sir Christopher Lee, James Woods, and Max von Sydow. He is also an award winning graphic artist and illustrator.

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Orphan(0) : Roger L. Jackson (guest_id=1197) : categories=Film and TV;
 

Summer Glau is an American prima ballerina and actress, who is best known for for her iconic characters River Tam in Joss Whedon’s TV series Firefly and the feature film, Serenity and Cameron Philips in Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.

Summer got her start in Joss Whedon's much acclaimed TV series Angel playing a cursed Prima Ballerina in the 2002 episode "Waiting in the wings." Contributing to her Sci Fi credit were roles in USA's The 4400 as Tess, a Schizophrenic that can control others with her mind and followed it with a return to the Whedonverse in Dollhouse as Echo's long lost nemesis, Bennet Halverson.

2010 saw Summer fulfilling two lifelong dreams by starring in both a Lifetime movie Deadly Honeymoon, and filming a Western The Legend of Hells Gate: An America Conspiracy. Summer revisited TV screens in 2011 in NBC's highly anticipated The Cape as Orwell, an investigative blogger who teams up with Vince/The Cape in order to fight crime and restore justice. Most recently Summer did an impressive guest appearance on Alphas. And, it has just been announced that she will now be seen in the CBS TV pilot Scent of the Missing as Sedona with Tricia Helfer.

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Orphan(0) : Summer Glau (guest_id=1169) : categories=Film and TV;
 

Tom started doing voiceover work at the age of 15, in his home town of Kansas City. By the time he got out of college, he had done several hundred commercials, and by the time he was 23, he was in Chicago, regularly landing National TV spots and other jobs. But what he really wanted to do was Cartoons. So at the age of 24, he moved to Hollywood and immediately started landing Commercials, Movie Trailers, Network Promos... succeeding in every area of VO work except animation.

After several years of auditioning with no results, he was about to give up on that dream when he landed a lead role in Iron Man. Then came The Wild Thornberrys... then The Powerpuff Girls, then Kim Possible... and, well, you get the idea.

Tom Kane's tremendous vocal range has led to a busy career. Every week, he records literally dozens of Movie Trailers, Commercials, Network TV Promos, Video Games and Cartoons, most notably as the Voice of Yoda in Star Wars The Clone Wars.

Currently, he has National Spots running for Scrubbing Bubbles, Cars 2, Walmart, Chrysler, Netflix, Nintendo, Propel Water, McDonald's, Kellogg's Corn Pops, The Smurfs, Nickelodeon... the list goes on.

In addition to voicing Yoda, he has voiced lead roles in The Powerpuff Girls, Robot Chicken, Kim Possible, The Avengers, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Iron Man, The Wild Thornberrys, Wolverine and the X-Men and many more.

Kane has been in almost every Star Wars game ever made, as well as games based on Star Trek, The X-Men, Batman, The Avengers, The Lord of the Rings and more.

An unusual area of Kane's work is voice-doubling. When celebrities are not available to do their post-production or testing dialogue recording, Tom fills in for A-listers such as Morgan Freeman, Anthony Hopkins, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellan, Liam Neeson and others.

He has also been the live Announcer for three AFI Lifetime Achievement Award telecasts, as well as the Announcer for the 78th, 80th and 83rd Academy Awards.

Most recently, he was chosen to be the voice for Walt Disney amusement parks, worldwide.

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Orphan(0) : Tom Kane (guest_id=1196) : categories=Film and TV;
 

Veronica Taylor is a classically trained actor who has performed in NYC and around the U.S. in contemporary and classical theatre. Her voice has been a part of Saturday morning cartoons for some time now. She is probably best known for playing the roles of Ash and May on Pokemon, April on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Abby on Cubix, among others. She can be heard as Max on Dinosaur King, Carly on Yu-Gi-Oh!5D's, many characters with accents on Huntik, and as Tori in Tai Chi Chasers. She can be heard on PBS kids' Word World (Sheep), Lunch Lab (Mixiebot), and the recently launched Chuck Vanderchuck's 'something something' Explosion! (Ramona). Some anime favorites include Yukino on His and Hers Circumstances, Amelia on Slayers, all 7 Nana's on Nana Seven of Seven, and Narue on World of Narue, as well as many others. She has done numerous voices for animation, video games, audiobooks, commercials, and documentaries. For a more in depth list, check out her website: www.veronicataylor.net.

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Orphan(0) : Veronica Taylor (guest_id=1195) : categories=Film and TV;
 

Vic has been acting for stage and screen since he was 8 years old. He started his career in anime more than ten years ago as Vega in Streetfighter II. Since then Vic has been in more than two hundred shows and video games and is known for roles including Edward Elric in Fullmetal Alchemist, Tamaki Suou in Ouran High School Host Club, Zero in Vampire Knight, Yoshimori in Adult Swim's Kekkaishi, Death Scythe in Soul Eater, Fai in Tsubasa Chronicle, Dark in DN Angel, Kurz in Full Metal Panic, Broly in Dragonball Z, Kougaijji in Saiyuki, Ikkaku in Bleach, Yukito in Air, Takanaga in Wallflower, Tatsu in Peacemaker, Luciano in Code Geass, Virgil Walsh in Trinity Blood, Hikaru in Macross and many more.

Vic has played the lead in the new Pokemon movie, as well as roles G4's Wolverine and Iron Man series, and the original Mass Effect movie. Vic has also played roles in Tiger & Bunny, Digimon, Nura, Lagrange and several others. Vic has also voiced roles in a large number of video games including Soul Calibur, Disgaea, Dynasty Warriors, Persona III, Sonic Colours, DBZ, Bleach, FMA and more. But even longer than his voice acting, Vic has been a professional music composer/singer/producer who has written and produced hundreds of pieces for TV, radio and CD. He sings the themes for shows like One Piece & DBGT, and has produced several CDs of his own original music, all available on iTunes.

Finally, in addition to anime and music, Vic has a degree in film and is deeply involved as an actor and director in several web series like Nuka Break, Starship Farragut, and is executive producing the TOS based series Star Trek Continues where he is also playing Captain Kirk. Vic works regularly writing, producing and directing video and film productions of all kinds.

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Orphan(0) : Vic Mignogna (guest_id=700) : categories=Film and TV;
 

Wyatt has been acting since he was a child playing roles like Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Into The Woods: Rapunzel’s Prince and more. He’s won several classical piano competitions and enjoys composing, singing and playing bass with his band. Wyatt even works as a flight director at the Christa McAuliffe Space Education Center taking young students to distant destinations in the galaxy. He comes from a family of nine where the ultimate family pastime is anything Star Trek.

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Orphan(0) : Wyatt Lenhart (guest_id=891) : categories=Film and TV;
 
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