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Tom Wontner (born 25 June 1971) is a British film actor, writer, and producer. His films include My Yacht (2004), Witch's Spring (2004), Hard Case (2006), and several short films.
He was nominated for a Maverick Movie award in 2009, for the movie Dirty Step Upstage.and also won the Festival Prize for Best Actor at the Wreck Beach International Film Festival for his work in My Yacht.
Tom Wontner is the great-grandson of actor Arthur Wontner, best known for his portrayal of Sherlock Holmes.
Graham Greene, CM is a First Nations Canadian actor who has worked on stage, in film, and in TV productions in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Dances with Wolves (1990). Other notable films include Thunderheart (1992), Maverick (1994), Die Hard with a Vengeance (1995), The Green Mile (1999), Skins (2002), Transamerica (2005), Casino Jack (2010), Winter's Tale (2014), The Shack (2017) and Wind River (2017).
James Garner was an American actor and producer. He starred in several television series over more than five decades, including popular roles such as Bret Maverick in the 1950s Western series Maverick and as Jim Rockford in the 1970s private detective show, The Rockford Files. He played leading roles in more than 50 theatrical films, including The Great Escape (1963) with Steve McQueen, Paddy Chayefsky's The Americanization of Emily (1964) with Julie Andrews, Grand Prix (1966), Marlowe (1969), Support Your Local Sheriff! (1969), Support Your Local Gunfighter (1971), The Castaway Cowboy (1974), and with Toshiro Mifune, Blake Edwards's Victor/Victoria (1982) with Julie Andrews, and Murphy's Romance (1985) with Sally Field, for which he received an Academy Award nomination. Garner's career and popularity continued through another decade in movies like Space Cowboys (2000) with Clint Eastwood, Atlantis: The Lost Empire with Michael J. Fox and The Notebook (2004) with Gena Rowlands. and his TV sitcom role as Jim Egan in 8 Simple Rules (2003-2005).
Lance James Henriksen, who is known professionally by his credited stage name as Lance Henriksen is an American actor, voice actor and artist. He is perhaps best known for his works in various science fiction, action and horror films, such as that of Bishop in the Alien film franchise, and Frank Black in Fox television series Millennium. He has also done extensive voice work for Kerchak the gorilla in the 1999 Walt Disney Feature Animation film Tarzan (1999), General Shepherd in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2009) and Fleet Admiral Steven Hackett in BioWare's Mass Effect video game trilogy (2007-2012). He also appeared as Detective Hal Vukovich in The Terminator and starred as Ed Harley in the cult horror film Pumpkinhead (1988).
Mario Cain Van Peebles is an American film director and actor best known for directing and starring in New Jack City in 1991 and USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage in 2016. He is the son of actor and filmmaker Melvin Van Peebles, whom he portrayed in the 2003 biopic Baadasssss!, which he also co-wrote and directed.
Channel 101 is a non-profit monthly short film festival in Los Angeles, which also has a sister festival in New York City, Channel 101 NY. Channel 101 is a creation of Dan Harmon and Rob Schrab in which participants submit a short film in the format of a pilot under five minutes in length. The event is structured such that a panel of previously successful submitters choose what pilots are shown, and a live audience at The Downtown Independent decides which pilots continue as a series for the next screening in much the same way TV programs are rated and managed. According to the Channel 101 website, "Channel 101 is a chance to sit in the worn-out chair of the fat network exec, drunk on the blood of lowly artists whose right to exist is given in exchange for their ability to nourish...You run the network. You pick the programming."
Tom Atkins is an American character actor. He is perhaps best known for his work in the horror and thriller film genres, having worked with writers and directors such as Shane Black, William Peter Blatty, John Carpenter, Fred Dekker, Richard Donner, Stephen King, and George A. Romero. He is also a familiar face to mainstream viewers, often playing police officers and tough authority figures and was best known for his role as Lt. Alex Diel in The Rockford Files (1974-1977).
James William Napier Robertson is a New Zealand writer, film director and producer, who wrote and directed 2009 film I'm Not Harry Jenson, and 2014 film The Dark Horse, for which he won Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Film at the 2014 New Zealand Film Awards, and which was declared by New Zealand critics "One of the greatest New Zealand films ever made".
Michael Andranik Goorjian is an Armenian American actor, filmmaker, and writer. Goorjian won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Special for his role as David Goodson in the television film David's Mother (1994). He is also known for his role as Justin, Neve Campbell’s love interest on the Golden Globe-winning series Party of Five (1994–2000), as well as Heroin Bob in the film SLC Punk! (1998) and its sequel, Punk's Dead (2016). As a director, Goorjian achieved recognition for his first major independent film, Illusion (2004), which he wrote, directed and starred in alongside Hollywood legend Kirk Douglas.
Chris LaMont is an American professor, screenwriter, and independent filmmaker who co-founded the Phoenix Film Festival in 2000 and is currently the President of the Advisory Board for the non-profit Phoenix Film Foundation which he founded in 2000. He was also the 2-term Vice President of the Arizona Film and Media Coalition, a lobbying group that is working to bring back Arizona's Media Production Tax Incentives. He has produced and directed several independent films, including Film Club, My Apocalypse, Netherbeast Incorporated, The Graves, Justice Served and Postmarked.
Nicolas Wright is a Canadian actor and writer. Wright has performed on stage, television and film. In 2004, he received the "most promising newcomer" award at the Just for Laughs film festival in Montreal for his short film, Toutouffe. Recently he appeared in Mike Clattenburg's 2011 film Afghan Luke. He appeared in 2016 film Independence Day: Resurgence.
Matthew Knight is a Canadian actor known for his roles in Queer as Folk, as Ethan Morgan in My Babysitter's a Vampire, and as Jake Kimble in The Grudge film series. Since then he has appeared in over a dozen television series, more than ten television movies and a number of feature-length and short films. He has been nominated seven times for a Young Artist Award and has won twice, for his performance in Candles on Bay Street (2006) and Gooby (2009).
Thomas James Mison is an English film, television, and theatre actor, voice artist, and writer. He has had leading and supporting roles in a variety of British theatre, television, and radio productions, as well as independent and mainstream studio films and film shorts. He is best known for his starring role as Ichabod Crane on the Fox series Sleepy Hollow, which ran from September 2013 to March 2017. He played Fainall in the Donmar Warehouse's 2018 production of William Congreve's The Way of the World and also worked in the Watchmen portraying the clones of Mr. Phillips and the Game Warden.
Joris Jarsky is a Canadian stage, film, and television actor who has received recognition for being a versatile actor. Jarsky is a graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada. Upon graduation, Jarsky was cast in Tarragon Theater’s Production of “The Awakening” for which he was nominated for a Dora Award. Since then he has acted in over 70 film and television productions and worked across the globe. His films have played at festivals all over the world including the opening night of the Cannes Film Festival. In 2009 Jarsky had 3 films in the Toronto International Film Festival, one of which, “Toronto Stories”, garnered him an ACTRA Award nomination. He has starred alongside Mark Ruffalo in “Blindness”, Edward Norton in “The Incredible Hulk”, Catherine Deneuve “Nearest To Heaven”, Lauren Bacall ” The Limit” and Ryan Reynolds in “FoolProof” to name a few. He created, wrote, produced, and starred in the pilot “The Joseph Michael Joseph Show” which was picked up by 11Television Entertainment, a division of 3Arts Entertainment. In 2016 Jarsky was nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for his performance in the Incendo film, “First Response”. He has appeared as major recurring characters in the series “Wynona Earp” and “The Art of More”, starred alongside Kim Coates in the hit mini series “Bad Blood”, and guest starred on “The Good Doctor." Jarsky recently starred in “Ordinary Days” and “Birdland”, two films that drew high praise on the festival circuit across North America. Current projects include guest star spots in CBC’s “Murdoch Mysteries” and CTV’s “Carter,” as well as the recurring role of ‘Basil Tate’ in the new Netflix’s sci-fi drama, “October Faction."
Jan Budař is a Czech actor, director, singer, composer and script writer.
Leonid Prudovsky is an Israeli film director, producer, screenwriter and actor.
Kevin Howarth is a British film actor, known for his roles as Max in The Last Horror Movie, Peter in Summer Scars and Viktor in The Seasoning House.
Ahn Suk-hwan is a South Korean actor. Ahn has been active in theater, film and television since 1986. His onscreen roles include both comedic and villainous supporting turns, among them a ruthless but humane prison warden in the film The Road Taken (2003), and a strict but loving father in the Hong sisters-penned drama Delightful Girl Choon-Hyang (2005).
Park Chul-min is a South Korean actor.
Jessica Sonneborn is an American actress, writer, director and stunt double, who is known for starring roles in Bloody Bloody Bible Camp and Dorothy and the Witches of Oz.
Tom T. Choi is a Korean-American actor best known for Teen Wolf and his voice work on the Mortal Kombat video games. He has acted in numerous movies and television programs. Choi is also a producer, director, and writer. Tom Choi wrote the screenplay and starred in the award-winning short film: Lone Hunter.