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Known for portraying a variety of authority figures, Debra has worked with acclaimed directors Kathryn Bigelow, David Lynch, Katt Shea, Paul Verhoeven, and the iconic John Hughes. Debra got her first real break by being cast as a dancer in John Hughes' Planes, Trains & Automobiles (1987). A natural comedienne, Debra was chosen from more than a dozen dancers to improvise a scene with John Candy and Steve Martin. The scene was ultimately cut from the film, but that comedic role got Debra her SAG card. Debra went on to perform stand up comedy at The Comedy Store on Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles and was a member of Sam Longoria's The Wild Side Theater improv comedy troupe in Hollywood.
An accomplished author, Debra's stories have been published in Dark Beauty magazine since its second issue in 2010 to 2015 during her stint as a writer/contributor for the magazine, and in the anthology "Creepies 2: Things That go Bump in the Closet", available on Amazon. Debra is also a screenwriter with several scripts in development.
Lanier had a guest appearance on Welcome Back, Kotter where she played a flirtatious student named Bambi, who initially makes a move on Gabe.
In 1976, she starred alongside John Ritter and Joyce DeWitt in the second pilot for Three's Company on ABC. Lanier, who served as the original choice by the producers to portray the newly created character Chrissy Snow, but was replaced by Suzanne Somers. In 1977, Lanier starred in the original cult classic, The Hills Have Eyes. She also starred as Sandi Chandler on the television series Szysznyk from 1977 – 1978.
In the 1980s, Lanier had her own country-blues band and performed in the LA club scene. She wrote music with her future and now late husband, legendary rock/blues artist, Delaney Bramlett, writer of "Superstar" and "Never Ending Song of Love" fame. She has one son, Eric Dylan Thomas, rhythm guitarist for the punk band, The Dickies.
She continued to act in movies of the week such as Madame X (1981), The Night the Bridge Fell Down (1983) and Her Life As A Man (1984), and had recurring roles on TV in the soap, Days of Our Lives, and the sitcom, So Little Time with the Olsen twins. She starred in 2003 in the Los Angeles stage production of Last of The Honkey Tonk Angels You can Find her IMDB page here, Her Facebook here, and her Instagram here
The son of a Swedish Actor-Comedian, Producer, Director and Musician; music and the arts were a natural part of Yan Birch's life, surrounding him throughout his early childhood.
In 1991, Yan got a major part in Wes Craven's cult horror film The People Under the Stairs (1991), as "The Stairmaster." While his love for the fun of working on Horror and Science Fiction films took him on a road through the underground, his acting ability landed him the steadier roles in two popular network daytime soaps Santa Barbara and The Young and the Restless. Yan's versatile acting skills and Swedish gook looks has landed him on both sides in the struggle of good and evil in such films as "Bless The Child" and "Charmed". Yan is also a Producer and is the co-owner of the film production company Pure Entertainment together with his partner Victoria Tarazi. For more on Yan Check out his website here, IMDB page here, his Instagram here and his Facebook here.
Eileen pursued her dream of an acting career and began one of the most recognizable Scream Queens of the past few decades. Dietz’s most recognized role may be as the infamous demon who possesses Regan in “The Exorcist” (1973), but her talents led her to many other award-winning projects in her prolific career. She also starred in the Tony-winning film “Steambath”; the Emmy-winning “General Hospital” (1981) in which she played as Sarah, a patient in a mental hospital in Port Charles; and the Emmy-winning “Helter-Skelter” (1976) where she was one of the Manson Gang. Be sure to check out her Website here where you can purchase amazing signed iconic film items as well as a signed copy of her book "Exorcising My Demons". You can also find out what Eileen is up to on her Facebook here or her Instagram here
Hailing from the Scandinavian Peninsula country of Norway, Rocky Kramer is truly a modern day Viking, poised to take no prisoners as he conquers the hearts, minds and souls of rockers around the world! Armed with a guitar, this graduate of Metal 101 constitutes a triple threat as a composer, vocalist and formidable musician.
Born in the 1990's to musician parents, few could have known that Rocky would inherit his parents' passion for music, ultimately transforming into Norway's ambassador of rock. While some homes have a piano, Rocky's home had two – one for the upstairs and another for the downstairs. Although Rocky's father was the first violinist in the Trondheim Symphony Orchestra, his mother was an accomplished pianist in her own right. At the age of four, young Rocky began exploring this massive instrument. Rocky recalls "I was fascinated when I discovered I could play a melody!" Filled with musical curiosity, the four year old began banging out rudimentary melodies that foreshadowed the composer he would become. On Top of being a good old fashioned Rock God he is also an avid streamer. Be sure to check out his streams here, His website here, Facebook here, and don't forget his Instagram here.
Howard Bloom has been called “next in a lineage of seminal thinkers that includes Newton, Darwin, Einstein, Freud, and Buckminster Fuller” by Britain’s Channel4 TV and “the next Stephen Hawking” by Gear Magazine. Bloom is the author of seven books, including The Lucifer Principle: A Scientific Expedition Into the Forces of History and the new Einstein, Michael Jackson & Me: A Search for Soul in the Power Pits of Rock and Roll. The Office of the Secretary of Defense threw a symposium on Bloom’s second book, Global Brain: The Evolution of Mass Mind from the Big Bang to the 21st Century, and brought in representatives from the State Department, the Energy Department, DARPA, IBM, and MIT. The eleventh president of India, Dr. A.P.J. Kalam called Bloom’s third book, The Genius of the Beast: A Radical Re-Vision of Capitalism, “a visionary creation.” And the Sheikh who runs Dubai named a racehorse—the Beast–after that same book. Bloom has published or lectured scholarly conferences in twelve different fields, from quantum physics and cosmology to neuroscience, evolutionary biology, psychology, information science, governance, and aerospace. His work has appeared in the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, Wired, Knight Financial News Service, Cosmopolitan, The Village Voice, and the blog sites of Psychology Today and The Scientific American. In a full-page article in Business Insider, SpaceX’s Elon Musk praised one of Bloom space projects, the Two Billion Dollar Moon Prize. The Two Billion Dollar Moon Prize was also covered in Time, Newsweek, CBS, NBC, Fox News, and Politico. And Jeff Bezos tweeted a Bloom blog from the Scientific American calling for the establishment of a permanent transport infrastructure in space. Be Sure to Check out his Website here, his Facebook here and his Instagram here
Wide Mouth Mason
Wide Mouth Mason
Wide Mouth Mason formed in 1995 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and released their debut album, The Nazarene, in 1996, drawing immediate interest and attention from the Canadian music industry. It was re-recorded songs from that debut, as well as some new songs on their 1997 self-titled sophomore recording that cemented a major label record deal, Gold status in Canada, a JUNO nomination for Best New Group, and launched the career of one of the country’s most popular blues-based rock bands.
In the years to follow, Wide Mouth Mason had another Gold record with 1999’s Where I Started, and another JUNO nomination for Best Rock Album for their Y2K release Stew, two invitations to perform at the esteemed Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland as well as extensive tours with AC/DC, ZZ Top and The Rolling Stones. Be sure to Check out their website here and you can see what's happening on their instagram here
The best singers draw from experience. And that’s true for young as well as
Though still in their mid teens, sisters Kelli and Kayla Iutzwig, a.k.a. Wild
Fire, prove this point at show after show, in song after song. Their self
titled, debut EP Wild Fire confirms that their future is bright. Their
sophomore EP Been There., confirms that this future is now, with a
soundtrack that’s infectious, fun and impossible to resist.
More than that, they are already conveying their stories through music in
ways that inspire with audiences their age and beyond. Singly and in
harmony, they channel the optimism of youth, sprinkle in the spice of early
insight into life’s lessons, super-charge it with jolt of pop and the sass of
Leland is an American electric bass guitarist and session musician. He is a member of the Los Angeles-based instrumental group The Section, who served as the de facto house band of Asylum Records and were one of the progenitors of the soft rock sound prevalent on top-40 radio in the 1970s and 1980s. Besides appearing as the backing band on numerous recordings by artists such as Jackson Browne, Carole King, Phil Collins, and James Taylor, the Section also released three solo albums of instrumental rock. Both in The Section and separately, Sklar has contributed to over 2,000 albums as a session musician. He also has toured with James Taylor, Toto, Phil Collins and other major rock and pop acts, and recorded many soundtracks to films and television shows. Be sure to check out and support his Facebook page here and his Youtube Channel here that is filled with hours of amazing content
Michael Des Barres
Michael Des Barres
Michael Philip Des Barres (born 24 January 1948), the 26th Marquis Des Barres, is an English actor and rock singer. He is known for playing the recurring role of Murdoc on the television show MacGyver, appears as Nicholas Helman on the new reboot of MacGyver (2016) and for replacing Robert Palmer in the band Power Station, fronting the band at the 1985 Live Aid concert. Des Barres formed Silverhead in England in 1972. The band released two albums and performed on two world tours before disbanding.
He then moved to Los Angeles, where he formed the band Detective, personally signed to Swan Song Records by Jimmy Page. Michael has appeared in over 100 different TV shows and almost 30 movies in his career including classics such as To Sir With Love, Under Siege, Pink Cadillac, Mullholland Drive, just to name a few. Currently his Rockumentary "Who do you want me to be" is blowing viewers away with it's powerful insights to this amazing Rock Legends tragic beginnings through to his rise to Fame. Current;y Michael also hosts every weekday morning from 8–11 AM ET on Little Steven's Underground Garage (SiriusXM Channel 21) Be sure to check out his Facebook here also be sure to get involved with his charities Little Kids Rock here also check out TeachRock.org which empowers teachers to engage students by using popular music to create interdisciplinary, culturally responsive education materials for all 21st century classroom.
Scott Page is an American musician, technologist, and entrepreneur known for his saxophone and rhythm guitar work with Pink Floyd, Supertramp, and Toto. Page is an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California's Thornton School of Music, in the Music Industry program.
He is currently CEO of Think:EXP, a Los Angeles-based media company focused on live immersive entertainment.
Page worked on and led a number of ventures, including Walt Tucker Productions, an audio video post production company that produced projects for The Rolling Stones, Bon Jovi, Janet Jackson, Garth Brooks, Scorpions and others. Page co-founded 7th Level, Inc., a CD-ROM game and educational software company where he co-produced Tuneland, an interactive musical cartoon (starring Howie Mandel and featuring David Gilmour), the Monty Python interactive series, and was integral to the development of QD7, an interactive multimedia joint venture with Quincy Jones and David Salzman that resulted from Jones' partnering with the company. Check out his Facebook here, and his Think:EXP here
Born and raised in British Columbia 4th Generation in the lumber industry
and worked lumber sales until April 2019 Sherry entered The Maxim Covergirl contest August 2019 and placed in top 3 and received a full page in the magazine . She has an active IMDB data base where she has had roles in such films as John Wick 2, The Flash, Altered Carbon, Pacific Rim and IT. You can check out her Facebook page here, her Instagram here, and of course check out her IMDB here
Frederick William Schneider III is an American singer, songwriter, arranger, and musician, best known as the frontman of the rock band The B-52's, of which he is a founding member. Schneider is well known for his sprechgesang, which he developed from reciting poetry over guitars. He is a wonderful Humanitarian and active member of PETA. He has his own coffee company that gives back to charity in many ways. If interested in a great cup of organic coffee click here and if you want to learn more about the band or see what's coming up for them check out their site here.
Joe Finfera's first television appearance was in 1992 on an MTV show called You Wrote You Watch It, hosted by Jon Stewart. He has had numerous walk-on roles in the soaps One Life to Live, Guiding Light, Days of Our Lives and General Hospital. He has worked on numerous commercials for brands such as Bank of America, Nike, Heineken Beer and Powerball. In 2000, Joe guest starred on three episodes of the NBC sitcom Jesse starring Christina Applegate. In 2019, he was cast as Mr. Desmond on the Lifetime movie series Crazy Love, Social Media Meltdown. In 2020, he was cast as Detective Jarvis in the Critics' Choice nominated show Betrayed.
Joe Finfera film roles included playing Dr. Miller in The Opiate Diaries (2018), available on Amazon Prime.
Kim Mitchell is a man whose wizardry on an overdriven six-string has propelled
his success since first emerging with Max Webster in the early ‘70s. Mitchell went solo a
decade later, dropping his heralded debut Akimbo Alogo in 1985 and earning international
acclaim with the classic “Go for a Soda.” He’s been doing his “Rock and Roll Duty” ever
since, amassing an enviable pile of platinum and gold albums, major awards, and high-
profile headlining sets as a beloved staple of the Canadian music scene. Classic hits like
“Patio Lanterns,” “Easy to Tame,” “Rockland Wonderland,” and “All We Are” remain
Pace began his studying with members of the Actors Studio Mimi Turque and Susan Batson in 1995. He then moved on to William Esper's two-year program where he studied under Terry Knickerbocker. He has been awarded "Best Actor" at the 2004 Palm Beach International Film Festival for his performance in the independent feature, Little Kings. He was a member of The MET Theater Company and the Tim Robbins Company, The Actors' Gang in Los Angeles. Consistent in booking Guest Stars and Co-Stars on Television, Pace is repped by Christina Scott of CA Talent, and Taher Abunadi of Engage Artists Agency
Presently amongst many other working Projects, he plays the Bounty Hunter "Gekko" in Disney's "The Mandalorian" He passionately supports his fans and local businesses. To catch him on his American Small business tour or to see more details about Dominic, visit GekkoTheBountyHunter.com or on his Instagram here or check out his twitter here
Mike Ruby began his career as a saxophonist after graduating from the prestigious Manhattan School of Music and touring with the band St.Lucia, subsequently appearing on their second studio album. While opening for incredible pop artists such as Ellie Goulding, Charlie XCX, Foster the People, and FUN, Mike fell in love with pop music and began wondering what life would be like at the front of the stage. Mike has performed at prestigious venues and famous festivals like Lollapalooza, Governor’s Ball, and Osheaga and has toured Europe, USA, and Canada with his jazz quartet. In less than a year, Mike has accumulated over 5 million streams across all platforms from his first three singles, with his first single “Close” charting at #40 on Billboard and pop radio across the country.
Stacey's degrees were from a top rated private school named Elizabethtown College. She also spent a lot of time over in England, studying at Harris Manchester College at Oxford University. She currently holds a Master's degree in Journalism. Eleven years in the broadcasting industry in a top 55 market station, Stacey was the live tv news director. She directed America's Highest Rated local News Casts in the country. She also spent time back over in London working with networks during the 2012 Olympic Games. Toy was instrumental in helping build her stations new High Definition Control Room. She helped program the equipment, build setups and codes for the Automation Systems. Corporate Engineering used Stacey to help troubleshoot various problems for more than 50 TV stations across the United States.
Stacey produces and casts film, TV and commercials as the Chief Operations Officer (COO) of TwentyFiveEight Studios, Inc. 258 Studios, Inc. (see HERE) has worked and provided many companies like Toyota commercials from local to regional to Super Bowl ads, even the Paralympic Games in South Korea. Her and her company have won 13 American Advertising Awards along with Professional's Choice and People's Choice.
In the summer of 2016, Stacey filmed down in various parts of Haiti as a Co-Producer alongside Academy Award winning Producer/Director, Robert May and SenArtFilms. In the beginning of November 2016, their documentary, "OpenArms Haiti" debuted at the national conference for Lifesong in Tuscon, AZ. 100% of the proceeds went to funding their campus and the film raised close to $2 million within the first 20 minutes after it debuted. Since then, Stacey has produced, pitched and managed feature films, tv shows, pilots, sizzle reels, commercials, documentaries. She has worked alongside countless celebrities including Beyonce's father, Mathew Knowles, on his reality tv show in 2017 for the E! Network with Bunim-Murray. Her feature that was released in October 2019 called “100 Acres of Hell” is streaming now on Amazon, ITunes, Vudu, On Demand and various other streaming platforms around the world. After it’s debut, it made the top 10 “BritFlicks” list in November in the UK, as well as hitting #2 on the top #5 list of YouTube’s top picks in December 2019.
Neil Perry Gordon achieved his personal goal as an author of historical-fiction with his first
novel—A Cobbler’s Tale, published in the fall of 2018. With dozens of reviews praising the
story and his writing style, he released his second novel—Moon Flower the following year. In the fall of 2019 the metaphysical fiction sequel to A Cobbler’s Tale—The Righteous One was published. His creative writing methods and inspiration have been described as organic, meaning that he works with a general storyline for his characters and plot, rather than with a formal, detailed outline. This encourages his writing to offer surprising twists and unexpected outcomes, which readers have celebrated. His novels also have the attributes of being driven by an equal balance between character development and face-paced action scenes, which moves the stories along at a swift page-turning pace.
Ready for 2020, Neil Perry Gordon once again explores the historical-fiction genre with two new novels: Hope City and The Bomb Squad. Hope City is the first in a series chronicling the 1898 Alaskan adventures of the protagonist—Percy Hope. While The Bomb Squad tells the World War 1 story of Max Rothman an American patriot, protecting the homeland from the German spy, Dr. Harold Schwartz. The author has attributed his love for the creative process from his formative years spent learning-to-learn at the Green Meadow Waldorf School. You can pick up his books on amazon here or check out his personal website here.
Steve Stoliar is a writer and actor who has penned episodes of Murder, She Wrote, Simon & Simon, The New WKRP in Cincinnati and Sliders, to name a few. His voice work includes Frosty Returns, You're In The Super Bowl, Charlie Brown, and Oz Kids. Additionally, he has written, produced, and narrated a number of pop-culture documentaries and is the author of Raised Eyebrows: My Years Inside Groucho's House. You can check out his IMDB here and his website here and you can order his book here
Joseph M. Alves (born May 21, 1936) is an American film production designer, perhaps best known for his work on the first three films of the Jaws films. He directed the third installment Jaws 3-D. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Art Direction and won the BAFTA for Best Art Direction for his work on Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Be Sure to check out his other projects and achievements on his IMDB page here His personal website where you can order art and his books here and his recent facebook posts here
Eric James Morris
Eric James Morris
Eric James Morris is an entertainment professional who has spent a large part of his life expressing his love of the arts through music, acting in film and television, and hosting educational videos that focus primarily on building construction related topics. With a unique look that often draws him to detective or police roles he has played the opposing side occasionally as a criminal or enforcer as he did in MacGyver. Check out his IMDB here and his Instagram here.
Richard Karn Wilson (born February 17, 1956) is an American actor, comedian, author and former game show host. He starred as Al Borland in the 1990s sitcom Home Improvement and was the fourth host of game show Family Feud from 2002 to 2006. Check out his IMDB here for his Latest upcoming Roles and his Facebook here and Twitter here for more day to day stories.
Robert Wuhl (born October 9, 1951) is an American actor, comedian and writer. He is best known as the creator and star of the HBO television comedy series Arliss and for his portrayal of newspaper reporter Alexander Knox in Tim Burton's Batman (1989) and for his roles in Bull Durham and Good Morning Vietnam, Check out his IMDB here His Twitter here and his Facebook here
Dating and Relationship Coach, Author and Speaker Rick Soetebier is here to help you make the most of your relationship or perhaps even guide you towards building a new, healthy and long lasting one. Meeting the right match is important especially today. Be sure to check out his website here, his Facebook here and LinkedIn here
Artie Hoffman has been a master-level psychic medium and spiritual advisor for over two decades, and has helped change the lives of thousands of individuals who have turned to him for answers and guidance. His strong faith and natural intuitiveness, coupled with his ability to provide emotional understanding, makes him the preeminent spiritual therapist with foresight. Keep up to date with Artie on his website here and check out his Youtube channel here
For over two decades, the Black Crowes topped the charts and reigned supreme over the radio waves, even as hair bands, grunge, and hip-hop threatened to dethrone them. With hits like "Hard to Handle," "She Talks to Angels," and "Remedy," their massive success launched them to stardom in the early '90s, earning them a place among rock royalty. They were on the cover of Rolling Stone, MTV played their videos 24/7, and Generation X re-discovered the power of classic rock and blues by digging into multi-platinum classics like Shake Your Money Maker and The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion.
Founding member Steve Gorman was there for all of it--the coke and weed-fueled tours; the tumultuous recording sessions; the backstage hangs with legends like Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, and the Rolling Stones. As the band's drummer and voice of reason, he tried to keep the Black Crowes together musically--and in one piece emotionally. In his first-person history of the Black Crowes, Hard To Handle--the first ever account of this great American rock band's beginning, middle, and end--Gorman makes it clear just how impossible that job was.
Hard to Handle weaves Gorman’s fleeting efforts to keep the Black Crowes intact with eyebrow-raising anecdotes that perfectly sum up, ‘work hard, play harder.’ Keep up to date with Steve on his Twitter here and pick up his book here or your local books store.
Oliver began his career in the film industry at the age of ten, starring in "Poltergeist", executive-produced by Steven Spielberg. After acting in various film and television roles, he moved behind the camera. At the age of fifteen, he wrote, directed and produced The Crystal, which won first prize at the French "Les Mesnil-le-Roi" Film Festival. Upon graduating from the University of Southern California Film School's Production Program, he wrote, directed and produced close to fifty industrial, short and feature films. His feature teen comedies, "Dumped" and "Wild Roomies," both were released to DVD internationally in all world markets. Additionally, the Hallmark Channel recently produced Oliver's screenplay "You've Got A Friend," which aired to the best ratings ever for a June original movie premiere in the history of the network. Oliver's Newest Movie Celebrity Crush will be coming out soon! In the meantime you can check out a trailer here. Don't forget to check out his Facebook here and his pop culture Key tag site here.
Bill Foster is an actor and writer, known for Showdown on the Brazos, I've Got Your 6 (2020) and I Heard the Quail Whistle. He is no stranger to the sci-fi and Horror genres with such films as Alita: Battle Angel and Fear The Walking Dead but his passion lies in period Western pieces. Be sure to check out his upcoming productions with 30 seconds in Hell and Showdown on the Brazos coming soon. In the meantime you can check out his IMDB here I got your 6 Facebook page here and Showdown on the Brazos page here
Patrick began his acting career in 2008 doing the local middle school's musical. He auditioned as somewhat of a joke because a friend told him too, and he ended up getting a lead role. From that point on, he was in the high school's musicals every year from the 2009-2010 year until the 2013-2014 year as well as participated in the school's Chorale choir and Men's Ensemble. Patrick began studying acting with Taylor Kelsaw in 2015 and while he attended Michigan State University, began doing student films as well as doing a local theatre company's version of the musical Dogfight, where he played the lead role of Eddie Birdlace. He was nominated for a Pulsar Award in the category of "Best Lead Actor in a Musical". In 2016, during his sophomore year in college, he landed the supporting role of Vince in the MSU made feature film called Sorta Late (2016). This was apart of a project called Theatre2Film. The film premiered at the Traverse City Film Festival in 2016. In 2017, Patrick landed some background work in Michael McCallum's short film Eskimo Brothers (2017), and Katheryn Bigelow's Detroit (2017). He also landed a role on the pilot for a sci-fi series called Electron Blade (2017-) playing the role of Sindricus. During this time, Patrick began filming Scapegoat (2018), playing the lead role of Matt, which premieres in September of 2018. Patrick appeared in the music video for "Torn Apart" by metal band Of Virtue in 2018 as well. He has lended his voice for the SiN Studios produced video game Tuebor, as well as a short film called Letters (2018). He will be teaming up again with the director of Scapegoat (2019), Jeff Kapp, to produce and star in Vigilant Entertainment's feature film Storage. It is currently in development at this time. Patrick will also be starring in a police, crime drama, DPD Echo 1, which is set to start filming this summer. Be sure to check out his Facebook here and Instagram here
A true fall guy, Dino is one of the many award winning yet unsung heroes of the movie and entertainment business. He has been a stuntman/stunt coordinator for over 25 years, and worked on many high octane projects such as The Bourne Ultimatum, Insurgent, Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull, to such shows as The Walking Dead, DC's Swamp Thing and so many more! He is working on his own movie that you can fund and be part of here and be sure to check out his twitter here.
Born in London, England, Geoff Dale has been a Canadian journalist/editor/photographer for 45 years. Focusing on the performing arts, business, and general news, he has worked for a variety of print, broadcast and now online media agencies over the past four+ decades.
More recently he wrote regional history books and a part fiction/non-fiction work focusing on Larry Fine’s early pre-Three Stooges life as an amateur boxer and violinist which you can find here. Geoff is now producing the first biography on the original Stooge and solo feature film actor Shemp Howard.
The Shemp work is being published by Bear Manor Media. You can find Geoff on Facebook here
MERCED SOLIS aka TITO SANTANA
MERCED SOLIS aka TITO SANTANA
From the late 1970s to the early '90s, Santana was one of the company's top competitors. No matter how times changed, he always found a way to keep himself in the mix. He first made his name by winning the World Tag Team Championship with WWE Hall of Famer Ivan Putski in 1979, but that was just the beginning.
During WWE's mainstream renaissance in the mid-1980s, Santana was right there as one of the company's most popular Intercontinental Champions ever. In January 1984, he ended the yearlong reign of Don Muraco and even managed to regain the gold from Greg Valentine after being dethroned later in the year.
Santana and Hulk Hogan are the only individuals to have competed at each of the first nine WrestleManias. He and Rick Martel teamed up to form Strike Force and win the World Tag Team Championships. At the beginning of the 1990s, he would breathe new life into his career by adopting the persona of "El Matador," entertaining a whole new generation of WWE fans.
Whether it was WWE's regional days in the Northeast, the "Rock ‘n' Wrestling Era," or the '90s "New Generation," WWE Hall of Famer Tito Santana was there. You can Purchase His new book here, and visit his Facebook here.
Kennedy is a man of many talents. On the surface, he may seem like just an Audio Technician, however, his talents run much deeper. He is an animator, a writer, a talented and award-winning voice-over artist, and Businessman. He has worked with companies such as DreamworksTV, the Jim Henson Company, Ubisoft, and Melodygun. If you wish to go on an epic adventure and tantalize your mind and senses be sure to check out his outstanding show Magus Elgar here. Plus don't forget to check out his website here and if you would love to support his show or purchase some of his art be sure to check out the Magus Elgar site here OH! Don't forget Twitter! here
Steev Letts is a sweet, anxious, sweaty gay oaf. He aims to make you laugh at that which makes you cringe. Based in Vancouver, Steev won the Vancouver’s Funniest Amateur Comic contest in 2016, won the 2018 Vancouver Yuk Off Comedy Competition and the 2019 Vancouver Comedy Award for breakout artist of the year and has performed on showcases for Just For Laughs, JFL Northwest and the Winnipeg Comedy Festival. Steev is signed with Yuk Yuks and has just released his debut album "Burger Queen" with 604 Records. Check out his Twitter here, His Instagram here, Or Get his Album here
Neil Ross (born 31 December 1944) is a British-American voice actor and announcer, now resident in the United States, working in Los Angeles. Noted for his Trans-Atlantic accent, Ross 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 movies, including Back to the Future Part II, Babe, Quiz Show, and Being John Malkovich.
Neil Ross was the announcer for the 75th Annual Academy Awards Telecast in 2003, and the Emmy Awards Telecast in 2004. He has also narrated numerous episodes of A&E's Biography, and many editions of NOVA on PBS (including Mars – Dead or Alive, which was nominated for an Emmy Award in 2004).
Of course, smashing barriers is nothing new for Jordan. Born in Birmingham, U.K and raised in Montreal, she's been making her own rules since she picked up a bass at 17. Ten years later, she launched her solo career with the single “Tell Somebody” from her 1988 debut of the same name, which garnered national acclaim and helped earn her a JUNO for Most Promising Female Vocalist in 1989. She's earned three more nominations for Best Female Vocalist thanks to albums like Racine (1992), Rats (1994), Present (1997), Hot Gossip (2000). Get What You Give (2006), From Dusk Til Dawn (2009) and her side project S.U.N.'s album, Something Unto Nothing (2011) — along with singles like Make You A Believer, You Don't Have to Remind Me, Sun's Gonna Rise and 1992's Trust in Me, a duet with Joe Cocker from the record-selling Bodyguard soundtrack. Jordan also starred in the off-Broadway Janis Joplin show, Love Janis, performed The Vagina Monologues in Winnipeg and Toronto, guest-starred on NBC's Sisters, and of course, weighed in as the only female judge on Canadian Idol for all six seasons beginning in 2003. Check out her website here, all the newest news on her Facebook here, and don't forget her Instagram here.
KRISTEN VAN NEST
KRISTEN VAN NEST
Kristen Van Nest is a Comedian/Writer/Actor/Director on BuzzFeed (over 3 million views), lead actress in The Chunky Zeta on Amazon Prime, Head Writer for the writers’ room for Nightpantz’s YouTube channel (10k followers) where she also writes, acts, and directs sketches, and a performer at the Upright Citizens Brigade. She built a following of 15k Instagram and 7k Twitter followers for her comedic characters. Her bylines include McSweeney's, Museum of Americana: Literary Review, SlackJaw, Forbes, VentureBeat, The Satirist, Weekly Humorist, Little Old Lady Comedy, Robot Butt, and Humungus to name a few. Kristen started comedy doing stand up and improv in Shanghai, China, where she lived for 3.5 years.
Michael “Mad Mike” Mueller- husband, father, and entrepreneur - has established himself as a trendsetter in the media industry. Originally from Bay View, a highly unique and creative area in Milwaukee, Wisconsin’s Southside, he moved to Atlanta, Georgia in the summer of 2000 and in 2002 ventured into managing several indie recording artists. This path led him to teach himself the skills he is most known for today, video production, photography, graphic design, and web development.
Today Michael sits behind the camera either in an Executive Producer role for The Amazon Prime Series Morty, and Director of the upcoming Film "The E-Listers". You can find the trailer for Morty here and E-Listers here. Be sure to check out https://www.m3creative.net/ and Mikes Instagram here
Cherie grew up singing with her family on the road in full-time evangelism. She recorded her first record at the age of 4 and was discovered by a talent agent and signed to her first manager by the age of 5.
She spent her childhood touring the country performing in churches, fairs, festivals and auditioning for television, film and musical theater. She moved to Nashville, TN and began signing BGVs in the studio and on tour for artists such as Carrie Underwood, Kelly Clarkson, Gretchen Wilson, Martina McBride, Amy Grant and many more.
She received her first #1 as a songwriter with "Turn On The Radio", released by Reba McEntire. She was on the first season of The Voice (team Xtina) and signed with Number One Group in 2017 working with Paul Worley. Cherie is thrilled to be releasing her original music. Be sure to check out her new single "Work It" here. You can also find Cherie Oakley on Instagram, Facebook and, Twitter
Jeremy Sellars & Daniel Overton
Jeremy Sellars & Daniel Overton
Jeremy (ex U.S. Airforce, full-time business owner) and Daniel (Full-time Youth Pastor) make an unlikely but humourous pairing on the vastly popular Podcast "Think Like a Man"
A podcast talking about a plethora of topics. Every week it is something different, sports, current events, politics, and faith. Don't let the name fool you this podcast has something for everyone. If you want to check them out go here. Don't forget to follow their Facebook here and Instagram here
Myles Goodwyn, singer, guitarist, writer, producer and leader of the multi-Platinum selling rock band April Wine, has shaped and directed the group from its earliest beginnings. April Wine has sold over 20 million recordings worldwide.
Goodwyn grew up poor and is the classic “small-town kid makes good” success story. As a young teenager, Goodwyn honed his skills playing in cover bands and began writing original material as soon as he could play the guitar. One of April Wine`s biggest hits, “You Won`t Dance With Me”, was written when he was a teenager.
Myles Goodwyn’s voice is as distinctive and immediately recognizable as his songwriting skills are prolific. Myles and the other members of April Wine were inducted into the Canadian Music Hall Of Fame in 2010.
Goodwyn received the prestigious East Coast Music Lifetime Achievement Award in 2008 and the SOCAN National Achievement Award in 2002. In 2016 he released his memoir named, Just Between You and Me, which became an instant seller on the Globe and Mail`s Non-Fiction List. His second book, Elvis and Tiger – this time a fictional was published in 2018 and was well received.
The Myles Goodwyn and Friends Of The Blues recording earned him international acclaim and Juno Nomination for Blues Recording of the Year 2019. The recording won the ECMA award for Blues Recording of the Year 2019. Check out some of Myle's latest songs here.
Even among legends, 54‐40’s success across the decades is virtually unparalleled. Formed in Vancouver by Osbourne and Merritt on the cusp of the 1980s, the band with only three line-up changes since its inception - quickly caught on with discerning local audiences, mining that rarefied space between rock, punk, folk, and pop. The release of their self-titled album in 1986 heralded the arrival of a powerhouse with the songs "Baby Run", "Take My Hand", "I Wanna Know", and, especially "I Go Blind" steamrolling across alternative, campus, and commercial radio nationwide and beyond while cementing 54-40's status as songwriters of the highest order. Inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame in 2017 these boys keep rocking the world! you can check out their page here, or listen to their newest hit single "Keep On Walking" here or "Sublime Like Me" here
You may have seen ERIC SCHENKMAN, onstage before thousands of fans worldwide with the Spin Doctors. He is one of the band’s not-so-secret weapons — a vital songwriter and virtuoso guitarist who crafted the ‘90s band and co-wrote all five of their Top 100 hits. He also worked with Chico Hamilton, Carly Simon, Natalie Merchant, Noel Redding, Phoebe Snow, and Corky Laing, among many other notable musicians.
His self-produced third solo album, WHO SHOT JOHN? showcases the many sides of ERIC SCHENKMAN from raw, rockin’ blues to funk/soul/pop. With its elemental lineup of guitar, bass and drums, and songs that seldom stray beyond three chords it’s radio-friendly and familiar enough to draw listeners in. After that, the complexities reveal themselves. The proof is in the beats, in the intimacy of those late nights on the stage and through every moment of WHO SHOT JOHN?
Every track digs in deep and doesn’t let go, thanks to Schenkman’s voice, commanding guitar, and powerfully emotional lyrics. Schenkman nailed the grooves with long-time pals, drummers Van Romaine (Enrique Iglesias) and Cody Dickinson (North Mississippi Allstars) and co-producer/bassist Shawn Kellerman (Lucky Peterson), working in studios in Newark, NJ, Kitchener, NY and Memphis, TN. Each track crackles with the live energy he has cultivated for the last 30+ years on stage. Check out his new song here or visit him on facebook here. Want to pick up these sweet tracks? Jump on over here. Lastly, see what happens in the day to day life at Eric's Instagram here.
Llyod Kauffman is an American film director, producer, screenwriter, actor, and Co-Founder of Troma Entertainment. He has directed many films but experienced mainstream success with the violent, darkly comic superhero film The Toxic Avenger. The Toxic Avenger led to an animated television series, “Toxic Crusaders,” several different comic book titles (published by Marvel and, most recently, Troma’s own independent comic book imprint), and three sequels. The most recent film in the series is Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger Part IV.
The success of The Toxic Avenger was followed by a string of commercial and artistic triumphs in a similar vein, blending fantasy, heavy action, comedy, and eroticism in a style that can only be described as “Tromatic”. These films, including the Class of Nuke ‘Em High series, Sgt. Kabukiman, N.Y.P.D., and Troma’s War were often ignored or scorned by the intelligentsia of the time but spoke to an entire generation of young people who rejected the pandering, commercial films of the mid-to-late ’80s. Some of these Troma fans went on to become filmmakers themselves, including Quentin Tarantino, Kevin Smith, Mike Judge, Peter Jackson, and Trey Parker. Thanks to these admirers, Kaufman has been asked to make cameo appearances in films like Trey Parker’s Orgazmo and Eli Roth’s Cabin Fever.
Lately, Kaufman and the Troma Team have begun to win respect from even their harshest critics. Tromeo & Juliet became a surprise theatrical and critical hit, earning the grand prize at the Fanta Festival in Rome.
Kaufman has received the Lifetime Achievement Awards at the Fantasy Film Festival of Amsterdam, Sitges Film Festival, Brussels Festival of Fantasy and others.
Kaufman is also a tireless innovator, constantly using new developments in technology to foster the growth of independent art. Troma has a dynamic web presence with Troma.com, TromaDance.com, and Troma Now. All three sites provide news and entertainment, as well as providing an outlet for Troma to sell videos, DVDs, clothing, Tromabilia, and other products from the Troma Universe directly to their fans.
Bif Naked is a celebrated and notorious performer in music, TV, film,
and dance, and a tireless advocate and Humanitarian. Orphaned in
India, emancipated by punk rock and empowered by surviving breast
cancer, kidney failure, heart surgery, divorce, and surviving as a
Woman in The Entertainment Industry for twenty-five years. Bif has
transcended any and all obstacles placed in her path becoming one of
the world's most unique, recognizable and beloved icons. It is because
Bif is such a tremendous performer and musician, that she is able to
seamlessly and successfully explore and record other mediums, like
writing, painting, choreography, and of course- other genres of music.
For over two decades, Bif has been an original "Straight-Edge" and
Vegan, not utilizing alcohol, meat, dairy, poultry, or sea life. "I just want
to live by example," Bif states, "and encourage everyone to live
compassionately and more fully, in happiness." When asked about what
her favourite pastimes are, she has only one answer: "Living Loudly."
When not on rock tours around the World, Canada's Queen of Punk
splits her time between Paris, France, New Delhi, India, and her new
home, Toronto, Canada. Her memoirs, titled, “I, Bificus” was published
by Harper Collins Publishers, in April 2016. Follow her on Twitter here
or be sure to check out her website here. Want more!?! of course you do,
head on over and download all your favourite songs here!
George Reinblatt is a television writer, comedy writer, and playwright. His writing has been featured on NBC, ABC, Comedy Central, Comedy Network, CTV, CBC, SiriusXM, MuchMusic, Fuse, CMT, Global, HDNet, TeleToon, and Hulu. And if that’s not enough, he also wrote the book & lyrics for Evil Dead The Musical that has mounted over 500 productions around the world.
George has written comedy for the likes of Steve Martin, Tina Fey, John Cleese, Seth Rogen, Kevin Hart, Sarah Silverman, Snoop Dogg, Jewel, Justin Bieber, James Franco, Martha Stewart, LMFAO, Rob Lowe, Jeff Ross, Katy Perry, Joan Rivers, Ludacris, Lenny Henry, Kelly Ripa, and many more.
He has been a staff writer on multiple Comedy Central Roasts including the Roast of Justin Bieber, the Roast of Bruce Willis, the Roast of James Franco, and the Roast of Rob Lowe.
George was co-producer of the Comedy Central special Jeff Ross Roasts Criminals: Live at Brazos County Jail (a comedy special shot in an actual prison). He’s been a writer for 3 seasons on Comedy Central’s Roast Battle, and 2 seasons on Comedy Central’s The Burn. He also wrote material for the Friar’s Club Roasts of Quentin Tarrantino, Boomer Esiason, and Betty White. You can check out his Twitter here.
ANDRE "THE WOLF" CRITCHLOW
ANDRE "THE WOLF" CRITCHLOW
Andre is a very charismatic individual. He is a Social Media Influencer, VIP Liason, and Freelance Writer. To Top it off his show, " The Wolf's Den" on Youtube, has over 1 Million views where he reviews and promotes Paintball, Airsoft, and Military Equipment for actual Combat, Scenario, or Training missions. He also travels the world playing the highest impact extreme paintball games and scenarios the world has ever presented. His energy and enthusiasm are both infectious and applauding as he welcomes everyone to join him in the sport he loves. You can follow him on his facebook here or check out his show here!
Robert was born on October 20, 1988, in Long Island New York, USA. He is a quick-witted and hilarious internet celebrity who is well known for his voice acting and improvisational skills. Robert personifies the character Peter Griffin from the hit TV show Family Guy, donning his clothes, and impersonating his voice. IF you haven't seen the Real Life Peter Griffin's videos check them out here!
Do you want Robert to do a personalized message for you or someone you love? Then Go on over to his Cameo spot! Best money ever Spent!! Yeah right here!
Twitch Fan?! Be sure to keep up with all of Robert's awesome feeds!! You can watch him stream here!
Geoff Scovell was born on August 9, 1980, in Chelmsford, Essex, England. He is known for his work on Titans (2018), 12 Monkeys (2015) and Dark Phoenix (2019), and so many more! Be sure to check out his IMDB account here!
Geoff also has an Instagram account where he posts some amazing behind the scenes pictures and footage. To check that out click here!