List of minor actors throughout the movie franchise.
Michael Adamthwaite won his first role in a BBC mini-series entitled Little Lord Fauntleroy while living in England at the age of twelve. He later settled in Vancouver in 2000 to continue Acting. For several years Michael had the fortune of studying under Warren Robertson, renowned Acting teacher and Coach to famed acting teacher Larry Moss. Michael also attended several reputable Vancouver based schools including the Actors Working Academy, William B Davis Centre, and the Vancouver Film School. Since 2000, Michael has received LEO nominations for his work in both CBC’s Dragon Boys, and Walk All over Me.
He has been married to Danika Adamthwaite since 2006.
|2010||The Jack of Spades||Library Girl|
|The Virginity Hit||Rebecca|
|2012||Breaking Dawn - Part 2||Sulpicia|
|The Tale of the Pot and the Kettle||Lilith|
|A Satisfactory Life||Serafina|
Natasha Bassett was born in Sydney, Australia. She spent three years honing her craft working on productions at both the Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP) and the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), participating in both the performing and collective writing of shows. She has a Diploma in Communications and is the recipient of the prestigious Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award. Natasha attended the Atlantic Acting School in New York City in 2012.
Recent credits include NBC's CAMP, starring Rachel Griffiths, where she played 'Chloe'. Natasha also appeared in PJ Hogan's Mental, starring Toni Collette and Liev Schreiber, as well as the lead role in Samantha Rebillet's The Last Goodbye, shot in Paris. Her Australian television credits include MTV's TV Movie Dungoona, in which she played the lead, ABC's Laid and I Rock, Nine's Cops LAC, Seven's Wild Boys, In Your Dreams and ABC's Rake.
Natasha's stage credits include her performance as 'Juliet' in Romeo and Juliet, a child soldier in an ensemble-written play, Battlegrounds, and Citizenship. The play Bookends brought her to the Sydney Theatre Company's stage, under the artistic direction of Cate Blanchett, during the Sydney Writer's Festival. She has represented ATYP at theater festivals across Sydney, in her ensemble-written short play. Natasha won the New South Wales Shakespeare Festival with a short play she also wrote and performed in. Natasha wrote the play House on Fire with renowned Australian playwright Debra Oswald as part of an ensemble, and then played the lead role at the NIDA Parade Playhouse in Sydney.
She was awarded a scholarship in the screenwriting program in the ArtStart MetroScreen Young Screenwriters Program, in which she developed her short film Kite, which she wrote and directed. Natasha is represented by 3 Arts Entertainment in the US and Shanahan Management in Australia.
Barbara Beall (born on March 7th, 1979, in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada) appears in The Mary Alice Brandon File segment of The Storytellers as Lillian Brandon. Her Imdb entry is here, her Twitter account is here, and her Facebook entry is here.
Ned was born May 7, 1957 in Dayton, Ohio to Bill and Nelle Bellamy. He is the youngest of three children. After spending his childhood in Joplin, Missouri, the family moved to La Jolla, California. Mark, his brother, is the U.S. Ambassador to Kenya. Anne, his sister, is vice-president of African Travel in Los Angeles. After graduating from UCLA, Ned and classsmate, Tim Robbins, founded the Los Angeles based theater company, "The Actors Gang". Ned has appeared in numerous film and television productions and continues to reside in Los Angeles.
Seinfeld cultists will have little or no difficulty remembering character actor Ned Bellamy; he played Eddie, the knife-obsessed, fatigue-wearing employee of the J. Peterman company, whom Elaine tries to dismiss with a promotion, in the 1996 episode "The Fatigues." That turn, with its aggressive, menacing air, was fairly typical of the roles in which Bellamy often found himself (despite the fact that he could bring those qualities to bear on comic or earnest material). A native of Dayton, OH, he grew up in Joplin, MO, and entered show business in the very late '70s, initially on television programs including The Waltons, M*A*S*H, and The Dukes of Hazzard. As time rolled on, however, Bellamy moved more squarely into filmed work, specializing in action, horror, or thriller fare. Big-screen projects that featured the actor included House IV: Home Deadly Home (1991), Universal Soldier (1992), and Carnosaur (1993).
After the Seinfeld appearance, Bellamy unveiled more of a comic emphasis in his role choices, evidenced by his work in such projects as Being John Malkovich (1999), The Whole Ten Yards (2004), and Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny (2006). In 2008, Bellamy turned up as Waylon Forge in the romantically charged vampire opus Twilight (2008), which marked the actor's second collaboration with director Catherine Hardwicke after an appearance in her Lords of Dogtown (2005).
|Ed Wood||Dr. Tom Mason|
|The Shawshank Redemption||Youngblood|
|1999||Being John Malkovich||Derek Mantini|
|Cradle Will Rock||Paul Edwards|
|2000||Charlie's Angels||Red Star Systems Director|
|2005||Lords of Dogtown||Peter Darling|
|2006||Tenacious D and the Pick of Destiny||Security Guard|
|War, Inc.||Ooq-Yu-Fay Taqnufmini/Zubleh|
|2008–2009||Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles||Ed Winston|
|2012||The Paperboy||Tyree Van Wetter|
|Small Apartments||EMT / Daniel|
|Under the Dome||Reverend Lester Coggins|
|Wish You Well||George Davis|
|2014||Criminal Minds||Alan Anderson|
|Untitled Wall Street Project||Haden Sykes|
Originally from the San Juan Islands in Washington State, Ayanna Berkshire was just three years old when she began performing for audiences. As she grew, she honed her skills to become an accomplished actress, singer and dancer. But it was her love of the European theater and French film that led her to move to Paris when she was only 18 years old. Berkshire immersed herself in the French language and found employment as a nanny-by-day and stylist-by-night in the Paris fashion industry. After spending 2 inspiring years in France she returned to the United States where she focused on pursuing her acting career. Ayanna's film acting credits include Kelly Reichardt's Wendy and Lucy starring Michelle Williams (2008), 2004's The Dust Factory starring Ryan Kelley, Hayden Panettiere and Armin Mueller-Stahl. Peter Paige's 2005 feature directorial debut, Say Uncle starring Kathy Najimy, Melanie Lynskey, Anthony Clark and Gabrielle Union. And 2008's Twilight Movie based on the best selling books by Stephenie Meyer and directed by Catherine Hardwicke. Ayanna made her Producing debut came with Fictitious Film's Planet Filmmaker. In 2011 Ayanna played Dr. Rose NBC's series Grimm.
Ayanna currently resides in Portland, Oregon.
Boyce, Gregory TyreeEdit
Gregory Tyree Boyce appears in Twilight as Tyler Crowley. He spent most of his childhood living in Southern California with brother Chris and mother Lisa. He and his girlfriend, Natalie Adepoju, both died on May 13th, 2020, from unknown causes, leaving behind Boyce's daughter and Adepoju's son. His Imdb entry is here.
Erin Boyes (full name Erin Kathleen Boyes) appears as Denise in a deleted scene of New Moon. She later appears as Anna-Marie Brandon in The Mary Alice Brandon File segment of The Storytellers. Her Facebook entry is here, her Twitter account is here, and her Imdb entry is here.
After moving from Vancouver to Delaware at the age of 5, Erin Boyes fell in love with acting at summer camp, where she was known for her outgoing personality and her love for being in the spotlight. Her parents enrolled her in acting and modeling classes in Philadelphia, where she received praise and encouragement from her instructors. She then attended an arts school from grade 6 to 12, majoring in Drama and minoring in Dance and Vocals. After graduating, Erin continued to study acting in Philadelphia, where she traveled to several times a week to intern at casting agencies, and teach at acting summer camps, in exchange for acting classes and workshops, while at the same time attending college, majoring in Science and Psychology, as well as cheerleading competitively throughout the east coast. Erin decided to pursue acting full time and traveled to Philadelphia and New York, where she gained experience modeling and acting in film and television. In the spring of 2006 she moved back to her favorite city, Vancouver, to pursue acting further. She has lived in Vancouver for a year, in that time landing a principal role in a feature film alongside Chris Cooper and Patricia Clarkson, as well as being the only lead female role in the wrestling mockumentary Kayfabe. Erin continues to study hard, and work hard gaining experience working on student films and film competitions. Erin has a younger brother and two younger sisters.
Bushell, Matthew DavidEdit
Matthew David Bushell (born January 8, 1974; Farmingham, Massachusetts, USA), also known as Matt Bushell appears in Twilight as Phil Dwyer. He has been replaced by Ty Olsson for Breaking Dawn - Part 1. His Imdb entry is here.
Byron Chief-Moon appears in Eclipse as the Quileute chief Taha Aki. He is an American actor, choreographer, dancer, playwright, and founder of the Coyote Arts Percussive Performance Association, a dance theatre company. His wikipedia entry is here and his Imdb entry is here.
Chief-Moon was born in Carlsbad, California, and is a member of the Kainai First Nation of the Blackfoot Confederacy in southern Alberta. Chief-Moon has made appearances in several well-known American and Canadian TV shows (such as MacGyver, North of 60, Stargate SG-1, Da Vinci's Inquest, Highlander: The Series, and appeared on Walker, Texas Ranger, as well as several feature films.
Some of his dance theatre pieces have included Possessed, Dancing voices and Voices, as well as Jonesing, an experimental video dance piece. He is also known for his choreography work on the documentary Echoes of the Sisters and the dance film Quest.
Dawn is known to appear as a newscaster in every television show or film she appears in.
Deverau is a ham. She is actually made of pork product. She eats bacon everyday (or sausage recently). And it was confirmed every single time her grandma Helen took her to the Fallbrook Mall in Topanga Canyon, California and told her "You are such a ham" as she dragged the 3 year old her away from the camcorder station at Sears before their weekly luncheon together. Since then Dev, has worked at being a professional ham, joining SAG at 17, studying West African theatre and Dance at 21 in Ghana, earning her BA & MFA in acting and working on stage and screen internationally and locally in Los Angeles, remaining passionate about interesting characters and situations and most importantly storytelling.
Davis Cleveland was born in Houston, Texas. He began his acting career by doing commercial work in Texas. After moving to Los Angeles, he began appearing in national commercials for big name companies. Davis has guest-starred in many shows, and co-stars as Flynn Jones in Disney's hit show Shake It Up.
Corbett, Fraser DeanEdit
Craft Regusa, ChristineEdit
Lateef Crowder (born Lateef Crowder dos Santos on November 23, 1977) is a Brazilian-born American martial artistic actor and stunt performer who portrays Santiago in Breaking Dawn - Part 2. His Wikipedia entry is here, and his Imdb entry is here.
Santos is best known for his appearance in Tom-Yum-Goong (known in North America as The Protector), using Capoeira in a fight scene with Tony Jaa. Due to an injury to his achilles tendon, the scene was cut short, but he has since recovered, and was featured in the martial arts feature, Duel of Legends, released in 2007. Due to his Capoeira skills and resemblance to the character, Lateef Crowder played the role of Eddy Gordo in the Tekken feature film. He has also featured in Undisputed 3 which stars Scott Adkins and directed by Isaac Florentine and also stars in the Kevin Tancharoen directed short film Mortal Kombat: Rebirth.
|2008||Yeah Sure Okay||Yellow|
|Beyond the Ring||Taekwondo student #1|
|Ninja Cheerleaders||Karate Bully|
|Once Fallen||Santos Lobos|
|Duel of Legends||Fighter|
|2010||Fading of the Cries||Sylathus|
|The Book of Eli||Highjacker #3|
|Undisputed 3||Andriago Silva (The Brazilian Fighter)|
|Mortal Kombat: Rebirth||Alan Zane/Baraka|
|2011||Supah Ninjas||Rhymer Henchman|
|2012||Breaking Dawn - Part 2||Santiago|
De Franco, GuilhermeEdit
The actor was born in 1985 in São José dos Campos a city of Brazilian's countryside and started studying theatre at High School. After graduating as a History teacher at USP, the best university in Latin America, he began to dedicate his life to theatre and especially cinema. He makes a lot of independent movies at universities in São Paulo. He's been recently nominated to MTV's Video Music Brazil (VMB) as "Best movie clip you've done" or, VC FEZ with his movie "um clipe cheio de bom humor para Razões e Emoções"
Aside from acting, he is also a historian and history teacher.
Christine is a Cincinnati,OH based actress with over 25 years of stage and film work. She is married with two teenage daughters. She is known for her character work and her distinctive different colored eyes. Christine has won many awards locally. Most notable a City Beat Magazine, Cincinnati Entertainment Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for Shirley Valentine and Best Featured Actress in a Play for Bus Stop awarded by The Cincinnati Leaque of Theaters.
Born on October 26, 1987 in Naperville, IL to Tom & Teresa Dunn. Although born in the Midwest, Abbie was raised in Tampa, FL. She is the only girl and also middle child. Growing up with two brothers made her quite competitive while always being involved in sports and theater. She is a self proclaimed girly girl with a tomboy side. Abbie grew up surrounded by the entertainment industry. Being the granddaughter of newscaster, Tom Dunn (died in 2006) and the cousin of actor James G. Macdonald and editor Greg Macdonald. Her grandfather, Tom, always encouraged her to pursue acting, as she would put on skits and choreograph dances at family functions. Abbie started off doing school plays and enrolled in acting courses while growing up. Once she turned 16 she signed with Benz Model & Talent where she started doing commercials, modeling and print ads. From there, Abbie worked on many projects to set off her acting/modeling career. After juggling modeling for some time, she decided to focus mainly on acting. While studying communications in college, Dunn's first feature film Trophy was when she had the honor of working alongside talent such as Michael Madsen, Michael Masini, Trevor Donovan, Eric Roberts and Robert Miano. In this film she plays Masini's neurotic ex wife and Donovan's new love interest. Abbie then went on to take part in films such as LOL, Chalet Girl, Officer Down, The Twilight Saga: Breaking - Dawn Part 2 and landed the lead role in a short, The Visitants.
Abbie also dedicates time to philanthropy. She is involved with the Somaly Mam Foundation, Ronald McDonald and PETA.
Faria began acting at the age of two in a Lysol Disinfectant commercial. Hersubsequent TV commercial work includes Cisco The Human Network and Hasbro Scatterpillar. She appeared as a featured background actor in an episode of Smallville and as a victim of a cougar attack in a television documentary, Animal Planet. Faria began working in student and independent films in 2009 and has since completed nine projects and two music videos. For the past six months she has been working weekly with Clint Mayers of First Call Casting, learning acting, directing and editing. She is an active member of Vancouver All Star competitive cheerleading.
Faulkner grew up in West Plains, Missouri, but later moved to Dallas to earn a BA in Communications. Her professional career began when she played the leading role of Yonah at the Lucrative Theatre Three of Dallas in the musical Children of Eden. Her performance won her the excitement of critics, lending her the eyes and ears of the film industry. Faulkner's progress has extended past Texas into other regional markets, as well as Los Angeles.
Vivian Fleming-Alvarez was born Vivian Celeste Fleming in Tampa Florida. Her interest in the arts was first discovered when she spontaneously decided at age 15 to try-out for her high school cheerleading squad. After she failed to make the squad, Vivian was approached by the school's baseball coach who said, "Sorry you didn't make the squad, but I heard your dance routine was awesome...you should try-out for the dance squad". So she did...and she made the squad! Sparking her love of dance and performing. After graduating from high school, Vivian continued performing through dance as an NFL Football Cheerleader for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for 4 years. Both experiences were precursors to her acting career. Vivian has held her own in many industries and has earned the admiration and respect of her family, friends and peers alike. There is no limit for Vivian, who is very focused, determined and has a sense of humor to balance. Be sure to stay tuned! Vivian studies (ongoing) at Performer's Studio Workshop (PSW) in Tampa Florida.
Olga Fonda (born Olga Tchakova on October 1, 1982; in Russia) appears in Breaking Dawn - Part 1 as Valentina, a secretary candidate for the Volturi. However, her scene was deleted from the movie. Her Imdb entry is here.
Olga Fonda, born Olga Tchakova is an Russian-born model and actress. The Russian beauty came to America from Ukhta, Russia in 1996 when she was 14 years old.
The woman has appeared in minor roles on TV series such as Nip/Tuck, Ugly Betty, Entourage, How I Met Your Mother, Melrose Place, and Svetlana. She has also appeared in a movie called Love Hurts.
Olga Fonda also played uncredited roles in Little Fockers, and Crazy, Stupid, Love, with Emma Stone, Ryan Gosling, Kevin Bacon, Julianne Moore, Marisa Tomei, and Steve Carell.
Fonda is most notably known for her guest starring role on the show The Vampire Diaries as Nadia Petrova, the daughter of Katherine Pierce.
Born and raised in the suburbs of New Orleans, Tyler Forrest graduated from Fontainebleau High School, where he developed his passion for performance through music and singing. He later discontinued from Southeastern Louisiana University to pursue a promising career in music. Being the front man of the popular rock band Say! Don't Play, he spent a lot of time writing, producing albums and music videos, touring, and chasing his dream.
After several years of band life, he decided to put his main focus on his developing acting career. Within the first year of serious acting, Tyler had been seen in a wide range of movies and television. From his first role with movie star Nicolas Cage, to singing in the hit movie Pitch Perfect, which blended his love for music and film. He later went on to co-own Ophion Films, LLC - a New Orleans based production company specializing in narrative film making and music videos.
|2011||Project Z||Redneck #1||Short|
|2012||Scent of the Missing||Pickup Driver||TV movie|
|Common Law||Hippie One||TV; Episode "Soul Mates"|
|Stolen||Teenage Cab Driver||Movie|
|Pitch Perfect||High Note #1||Movie|
|The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2||Volturi Guard||Movie; Uncredited|
|2013||Heebie Jeebies||Rick||TV Movie|
|Flying Monkeys||Paul||TV Movie|
|2014||Return to Sender|
|2009||Mission Hollywood||Herself - Candidate|
|2010||The Twilight Saga: Eclipse||Vera|
Swo-wo is of the Squamish Nation and is very active in his community through pow-wow dancing, traditional drumming and singing to Coast Salish cultural teachings.
Swo-wo Gabriel had his first break playing "Tim Henry" on the Canadian TV series Blackstone.
According to The Chief, the TV series Blackstonefeatures Gabriel as young Tim Henry, who is physically and sexually abused by his uncle and must testify in court.
Ganderton was discovered at a local shopping mall in Edmonton by a modeling agent and agreed to give it a try. She moved to Toronto at 18 to pursue modeling. A few days on set watching a stunt woman triggered an internal passion for action. Ganderton soon pursued stunt work adamantly. Her first stunt gig came on The Recruit, where she met Bridget Moynahan and Al Pacino. The job secured Ganderton as an up-and-coming stunt actor. Ganderton then relocated west to the ocean and has been working full time as a stunt woman for the last seven years.
Ganderton has stunt doubled Sigourney Weaver, Tricia Helfer, Bridget Moynahan, Leelee Sobieski, Darryl Hannah, Famke Jensen, Rebecca Romijn, Karen Cliché, Stacy Keibler, Amanda Tapping, Mandy Moore, Monica Schnarre, Amelia Cooke and Jane Lynch.
Ganderton has two sisters, Christine and Angela. She has a dog named Rocky that she adopted from the SPCA shelter, a cat named Apollo that she found in a box in an alley, and a horse named Baby that she rescued from a run-down farm on a mountain side.
Ganderton has always had a passion for sports and adventure. She achieved high levels of track and field, equestrian show jumping and is also a certified snowboard instructor. She was involved in diving, gymnastics, softball, skating and dabbled in martial arts. Ganderton has always been an avid writer and artist and thought about going into journalism prior to performing. In the future, she hopes to use her writing and performing experience to create projects.
Ben Geldreich appears in Eclipse as John. Geldreich is also a very successful photographer and started his own photography business in January 2008. His official website is here, and his Imdb entry is here.
She grew up in Victoria, a small city on Vancouver Island, in British Columbia, Canada. She has a twin sister, Erin, who lives with her husband in Doha, Qatar.
Gibson and her sister began dancing at the age of four, marking the beginning to her many years of training and performance in such dance forms as ballet, modern, contemporary/lyrical, jazz and Broadway jazz. It was through dancing, in combination with her incessant and persistent passion for singing, by which Leah discovered her love for musical theatre. In her graduating year, Gibson transferred to a high school specializing in fine arts. Though the school was on the other side of town and outside of her district, cross-boundary transfer stipulations were immediately excused by the principal after taking one look at her grade transcripts.
In her graduating year, Gibson performed in four musical theatre stage productions, (including her first lead role, as Velma Kelly in Chicago); the senior vocal jazz and concert choir, the high school dance troupe, as well as continuing to train and compete with the Sinclair Academy of Performing Arts—and all while maintaining honour-roll grades, graduating at the top of her class.
Following graduation, Gibson went on to the University of Victoria where she studied psychology. She was among the select few who were invited to study under the UVIC Honours program.
She is currently in a relationship with actor Adam Beach.
Her life took a major turn of events when she was simultaneously cast in her first professional production with a national touring company. She withdrew from university in preparation for company rehearsals, but within 2 months the company lost its funding and the show was cancelled. Having missed the university class enrollment cut-off date for the following semester, she moved to Vancouver to pursue film acting.
Within 6 months of signing an agent, Gibson booked her first lead role on a feature film—The Cycle, starring Daryl Hannah. Other work within her first year include such projects as the Hollywood blockbuster Watchmen.
Gibson's career has grown exponentially since. She is currently featured as a recurring character on the Battlestar Galactica prequel Caprica, and appeared in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse as the vampire Nettie.
When Gibson is not working on set, she occasionally still performs on stage, singing and dancing at local venues in Vancouver.
|2008||Odysseus: Voyage to the Underworld||Penelope|
|2009||The Devil's Ground||Amy Singer|
|Happy to Be Here||Barbara|
|2010||The Metal Box||Anna||Short film|
|The Twilight Saga: Eclipse||Nettie|
|A Night for Dying Tigers||Carly|
|2011||The Fence||Autumn||Short film|
|Rise of the Planet of the Apes||Alyssa Williams|
|2012||Kill for Me||Natalie Pritchard||completed|
|Leave Us Alone||Short film|
|2007||Psych||Slut||Episode: "Rob-a-Bye Baby"|
|Second Sight||Nicole Smittz||TV movie|
|Tin Man||Twister Dancer||Episodes:|
"Into the Storm"
"Search for the Emerald"
|2009||Stranger with My Face||Lia's Nurse||TV movie|
"The Imperfections of Memory"
"Ghosts in the Machine"
"End of Line"
|Supernatural||Palomino||Episode: "Two Minutes to Midnight"|
|2011||He Loves Me||Sophie Hawkins||TV movie|
|Soldiers of the Apocalypse||Ella Sticks||Episode: "Any Last Words?"|
|2012||Arctic Air||Candi Lussier||Episodes:|
"Out of a Clear Blue Sky"
|The True Heroines||Ruby Fitzgerald||Episodes:|
"For All We Know"
"Come On-a My House"
|Dark Universe||Chloe Banks||TV mini-series|
|American Housewife||TV Pilot|
|2013||Eve of Destruction||Chloe Banks||TV mini-series|
|2008||Twilight||Young Bella Swan|
|2009||Follow the Prophet||Janie|
Born in Lafayette, Louisiana, Ashley broke into acting in high school and soon started in her high school production of The Diary of Anne Frank. In addition to modeling throughout high school Ashley, continued to learn the craft, but soon devoted her time to her studies as a student at LSU. She began to get the acting itch again and was soon working on feature films and plays throughout Louisiana. Ashley has also worked with famed FHM and Maxim magazine photographer, Laurens Antoine.
Michael Hogan, a prospector's son, was born in Northern Ontario. He trained at the National Theatre School of Canada, where he met his future wife, actress Susan Hogan (nee King). They worked as a package until their children, Jennie Rebecca Hogan (actress), Gabriel Hogan (actor), and Charlie Hogan (audience member), came along.
Over the years, Hogan has appeared in countless plays, films, TV series, and radio dramas, and even an opera.
Some of his favorite feature film experiences include Clearcut (1991), with his good friend, Graham Greene, shot in the bush north of Lake Superior Road to Saddle River, shot in the Badlands of Alberta; Klondike Fever (1980), with Rod Steiger, Lorne Greene, Angie Dickinson and Gordon Pinsent, shot in and around Barkerville, B.C. in the winter; A Simple Curve (2005), shot in Slocan Valley, B.C. His most rewarding television experiences include his work on Jake and the Kid (1995), Monk (2002), African Skies (1992), Dead Man's Gun (1997), Lifeline to Victory (1993), Nights Below Station Street (1997), Secret in Giving (1999) (aka Calico Christmas), For Those Who Hunt The Wounded Down (1996), and his all-time favorite, Battlestar Galactica (2004).
Among his numerous live theater performances are the title role in Cowboy King, performed on horseback at the Caravan Farm Theatre in the interior of B.C.; "Biff Loman" in Death of a Salesman, then 19 years later, "Willy Loman" in the same play; Red Mango Blues, a one-man show (with guitar virtuoso Harris Van Berkel), written by poet/playwright Charles Tidler; and "Petruchio" in Taming of the Shrew, with wife Susan Hogan as "Kate".
Hogan has performed on several radio shows, including "Pocket City Blues", a radio series about a blues DJ who stumbles into a different crime every week. Hogan's distinctive voice has also been heard over CBC Radio as the narrator of many books, poems, and short stories. His award nominations are numerous and include a Blizzard Award for Best Leading Actor (feature length) for his role in Nights Below Station Street (1997), from Manitoba Film; and a Genie for Best Supporting Actor (feature length) in Solitaire (1991).
The Hogans live on an island with son Charlie, a couple of dogs, cats, bikes, skis, and a few kayaks.
Howard, Sara YokoEdit
Huston was born in London, England, the son of Lady Margot Lavinia Cholmondeley and Walter Anthony Huston. His paternal grandfather was director John Huston and his maternal grandfather was Hugh Cholmondeley, 6th Marquess of Cholmondeley; his mother's ancestors include David Sassoon, the Treasurer of Baghdad, Mayer Amschel Rothschild, who founded the Rothschild family international banking dynasty, and Robert Walpole, the first Prime Minister of Great Britain. Huston is the nephew of actors Anjelica Huston and Danny Huston.
|2006||Factory Girl||Gerard Malanga|
|2008||Miss Austen Regrets||Dr. Charles Haden|
|The Garden of Eden||David Bourne|
|2010||Mr. Nice||Graham Plinston|
|The Twilight Saga: Eclipse||Royce King II|
|Wilde Salone||Lord Alfred|
|2010-2013||Boardwalk Empire||Richard Harrow|
|2011||The Hot Potato||Danny|
|Wilde Salome||Lord Alfred|
|2012||Two Jacks||Jack Hussar Jr.|
|Not Fade Away||Eugene|
|Tron: Uprising||Rasket (voice)|
|2013||Kill Your Darlings||Jack Kerouac|
|Night Train to Lisbon||Amadeu|
|American Hustle||Pete Musane|
|The Great Fire||King Charles II of England|
|2015||The Longest Ride||Young Ira Levinson|
|2016||Hail, Caesar!||Cad in Cab|
|Pride and Prejudice and Zombies||George Wickham|
|The Yellow Birds||Sergeant Sterling|
|We Happy Few|
After World War II, Jastrzembska and her family moved to Jersey City, New Jersey in 1952 to start a new life. She attended St. Peters College, and graduated with a degree in psychology in 1970. In 1972 she moved to Canada to start an acting career, which would last for over 30 years. Her Imdb entry is here.
Sienna Joseph (born Sienna Isabelle Joseph-Willie on December 3, 2006 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada), is the young actress who portrays Claire Young in Breaking Dawn - Part 1. Her Imdb entry is here.
Sienna Joseph was born Sienna Isabelle Joseph-Willie to mother Tahnee Joseph and father Brandon Willie. She has a step-father Jamie Ross and three step-siblings Dominic Ross, Ciara Ross and Latasha Ross. She enjoys singing, dancing, and going to school. Sienna loves animals, especially her cat Mufasa and dog BigBoy. She really enjoyed filming her part for Breaking Dawn - Part 1 and hopes to continue acting in the future.
Kirk, Andrew JamesEdit
Paloma Kwiatkowski was born and raised in Vancouver, BC. She is of Polish descent, with her parents having immigrated to Canada shortly before Paloma was born. She was very involved in theater, film-making and improv during high school and has twice competed on a national level at the Canadian Improv Games. During her final year of high school, Paloma received a scholarship to an acting program. In her very first audition, she booked the role of Thalia Grace in the 20th Century Fox feature film Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters.
Erica LaRose was born in Hartford, Connecticut. Erica played the piano, danced, and later modeled during her years as a teenager. While she enjoyed these hobbies fully, there always stood that need and instinct to further express through acting. After landing her first role in indie film Creepy Crawly, she knew it was her duty to act, create, and affect. She graduated Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island.
Lee, John EdwardEdit
John began studying photography at the University of Oklahoma and finished his collegiate studies as a theater major at the University of Houston where he studied with Pulitzer Prize winning playwrights Edward Albee and Lanford Wilson.
While at the University of Houston, John worked with the actors of The Alley Theater, Houston's premier regional theater and received the full gamut of classical theater training, ranging from proper stage movement and voice, to stage combat and makeup.
John worked his way through college by working with Youth at Risk, teaching Survival Skills at several Wilderness based programs. Working in Southern Texas, Montana, Alaska, Utah, New Mexico, and Colorado helped to teach the fundamentals of Wilderness Survival and the application of these concepts and philosophies in day to day living for troubled teens.
Jesse Lehman has been acting for over a decade, his passion for performing arts earning him an impressive list of credits. With theatre and film bookings already under his belt Jesse earned his B.A. in theater and film making at Temple University. After graduating with extensive study in classical theater, film acting, and improvisation Jesse continued to train with Temple Professor; Cheryl Williams. In addition Jesse continued his studies at the Walnut Street Theater School (after which he was head hunted by their casting department for further collaboration), and with the Cory Walker Vocal Studio.
Shortly after graduating Jesse was cast in multiple regional theatre productions and tours. He had soon cultivated an outstanding reputation within the regional theatre circuit, which quickly led him to starring roles on Philadelphia main stages such as The Adrienne. Here he performed a much loved Children’s version of The Hobbit as well as The Philadelphia premiere of Broadway’s The First Breeze of Summer. Most recently Jesse starred in Tony Award Winner, Jack Hofsiss’ Design For Living, at the Herbert Berghoff Playwright’s Theatre NYC (he was once again head hunted after attending HB Studio’s Summer Intensive Program as a scholarship student).
With a background in Film, Jesse has a multitude of screen projects to his name including short films and television appearances. He can currently be seen in the latest installment of the prolific “Twilight” series, as part of a collection of Vignettes produced by Lionsgate, Tongal, and Facebook for the Women in Film Festival. The collection of short films were released virally. “The Groundskeeper” in which Jesse played the seductive and evil James, received over 4.3 million views and was reviewed favorably by MTV after their own online release of the films.
Jesse, is always looking to make versatile additions to his skill set, he works privately with speech/dialect coach, Amanda Quaid to develop his accent work as well as vocal coaching/singing with coach Cory Walker and H.B. studio’s master teacher Martha Bernard.
Jesse is a skilled guitarist and is currently undertaking dance training for theatre professionals at Broadway Dance Centre NYC. Furthermore, Jesse is a highly skilled martial artist with over 18 combined years of experience in wrestling, jiu jitsu (purple belt), Muay Thai, boxing, and Krav Maga.
Jesse currently lives and works in NYC.
Ly was born in Senegal. He attended University to study engineering. Being a shy young man, a friend suggested he could overcome his shyness by taking some acting classes. Ly took his friend's advice and changed his degree to acting.
Ly's mother abandoned him at age 14 to finish his American education. He was left to face a long immigration battle, but Hollywood stars and volunteer lawyers saw his potential and helped grant him his visa. He even had to turn down television shows like Law and Order because of his status.
Ly continued his training in New York with William Esper and upon graduation moved to Hollywood. He soon took to the stage at the Actors Playpen Theatre in Sex, Relationships and Sometimes Love,.
Ly appeared in Breaking Dawn - Part 2 as the vampire Henri, a part that was specifically written into the movie by the writers. Henri is part of the duo that makes up the French Coven, so having French as a second language made him more prominent to producers.
Arash Marandi (born on July 28, 1984; in Tehran, Iran) appears in the segment Sunrise of The Storytellers as Benjamin. His Imdb entry is here, his Facebook account is here, and his entry on fehrecke.com is here.
- Arash's native language is Persian. He can also speak German, English and French, and some Italian and Spanish.
Roberto Marchetti (born August 6, 1980; in Ancona, Marche, Italy) appears in New Moon as a father attending the St. Marcus Day festival in Volterra when his daughter spots Edward in daylight. He is of Italian descent. His IMDb entry is here.
Marvin, Alyssa EmilyEdit
Miller, Gabrielle MarieEdit
Mooney-Fu grew up in Vancouver, BC and Mancora, Peru. She is currently studying Liberal Arts & Science in Quest University, Canada.
Mooney-Fu likes outdoor sports, especially surfing and snowboarding, and clothing design and singing. She's an athletic-track star, she has done work study with Paris designers, and she is very social conscious. Mooney-Fu has had many good works since her tweens.
Richard "Rick" Mora (born February 1, 1975; Los Angeles, California, USA.) is the actor who portrays Ephraim Black in the flashback scene of Twilight. His official website is here and his Imdb entry is here.
Of Native American descent, he is also a model, musician, photographer, and producer.
WHO AM I?
Planted in the womb of my mother, a seed from the Sun. Birthed in a field of corn called Los Angeles but raised on 100 acre cattle farm in Crescent City, California. Born Yaqui and Apache of Mestizo descent, a Native man raised from the land with no electricity, no plumbing, a wood burning stove and mother who possessed the powers of mother earth.
Returning to civilization for an education by socialized America, I acquired a bachelor’s degree from California State University, Northridge.
After college I was encouraged by a friend to meet his modeling agent. My life would never be the same. It was legendary male super model agent Omar Alberto’s idea to try the Native Man in the modeling business. Having successfully shot with great photographers like Carlos Reynosa, Cliff Watts and Matthew Rolston allowed me the access to American & European commercial and modeling market. I was then booking great commercial & print accounts like Toyota, Wilson Leather and Anson’s Germany. Small spots in Television, Film and Voice soon followed. Auditioning and not landing roles with Disney / Jungle Book and Mel Gibson / Apacolypto were a just a few inspirations that kept me going till landing a small scene in the blockbuster movie TWILIGHT as Jacob Black’s great great grandfather, EPHRAIM BLACK, leader of the original Werewolf Tribe. Life has not been the same since.
Fast forward to today. Current accounts have included Union Bank, Wells Fargo Bank, Koff Beer, Bell Meat. I have completed production on Yellow Rock with Michael Biehn, James Russo and the Spears Brothers. Yellow Rock has already received 3 film awards.
The Dead and the Damned has been very well received world wide distribution and placement in Red Box and Target, I am the voice of Young Turok (alongside Irene Bedard and Adam Beach) in the animated feature Turok : Son of Stone based on the video game and am currently in development on several motion picture productions. I have 4 Rick Mora posters being distributed and have been featured in the 2009 & 2011 Native American Men’s calendar. With numerous Magazine Cover’s and interviews as a result of the growing popularity of the Native American presence in the entertainment world it was inevitable I would find my way to Radio with huge support from LA Talk Radio’s combat radio as a celebrity guest and co-host. My latest music video with Agnes Carlsson has hit over 4.7 million views and is still growing, my web presence is in the millions with a world wide fan base and I am proud to be an ambassador of the Red Crystal Gala, An E. Joyce Thomson charity to support abused women and victims of sexual assault on the reservation and am on the Board of Directors for SAVING CANINE LIVES, a dog rescue organization working with the Humane Society.
Moseley died at the hands of her ex-husband, Earl Hayes on December 8, 2014 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
He is an English musician, best known as the lead vocalist for the gothic rock band "Bauhaus". They included a lot of vampire imagery and themes in their music, with "Bela Lugosi's Dead" being their biggest hit.
Ty Olsson was born on January 28, 1974 in Halifax, Nova Scotia and grew up in Ottawa, Ontario. Between elementary school grades seven and eight, he had a troublemaking streak that caught the attention of a teacher, who took him under her wing. From her, Ty was exposed to school plays and auditioned for a program at Canterbury High School, a dramatic arts, dance and vocal institution, which he joined and specialized in all three subjects. Near his final year in high school, he recognized acting as a possible future career and immediately after graduating, began looking into secondary theatre education. Eventually, Ty began attending Studio 58, a prestigious Vancouver-based theatre school for three years. Upon finishing his training there, he spent a season at the Shaw Festival, doing Bernard Shaw plays and contemporaries in Niagara-on-the-Lake.
After returning to Vancouver, Ty started scoring appearances on television and film and made his debut on The X-Files. His notable roles have been as Captain Aaron Kelly in Battlestar Galactica, Mitchell Laurio on the X-Men sequel X2, a portrayal of real-life 9/11 victim Mark Bingham in Flight 93 and Sam on Men in Trees. He has also mastered voice work in series such as Clash of the Titans as Herry, a descendant of Hercules and Dragon Tales as the lovable dragon Ord.
Ty has two daughters, Mackenzie and Dagan Hunter, with ex-wife Leanna Nash.
Salomon Passariello was born on May 27 from an artist family in Queens, New York. He was the son of star dancer Macarena Solorzano. Salomon's mother was a close friend of director/writer/producer Fina Torres.
His step-mother, Dominique Passariello Cuisine, and his uncle, Vicente Passariello, invited Salomon to be present on TV sets. Salomon spent countless weekends next to his grandmother actress Gladys Cáceres.
Salomon relocated himself to Venezuela in the early 1990s. He lived in Caracas near La Carlota military airport, where he witnessed Chavez first MBR-200 coup on February 4, 1992. Several army units under Chavez's command barreled into urban Caracas assaulting and overwhelming key military and communications installations. On 27 November 1992, a second coup attempt was launched in Caracas, led by officers from the air force and navy. Salomon's apartment was damaged by both of the airstrikes.
On December 1992, Salomon moved to France and returned to Venezuela in 1993. At some point, he met Venezuelan actor Wilmer Valderrama in 1994, with whom he would cross paths again later. Salomon returned to Caracas in 1994 until Chavez went on to win the 1998 presidential election on December 6, 1998. Salomon would live in France from 1998 to 2002, and Greece from 2002 to 2004. He would finally go back to Miami, Florida on Halloween 2004.
Upon enrolling in Los Angeles Pierce College, Salomon Passariello decided to focus on acting. He would become an aspiring actor with the versatility to perform in different languages, such as English, French and Spanish. Salomon's earlier film roles include stunts in films such as Inception. He appeared as a Queen Anne's Pirate in 2011's Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, directed by Rob Marshall. It was in this production that he became very close friends with Lejon Stewart, who appeared in 2006's Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, directed by Gore Verbinski.
His other roles include appearing as in The Muppets, Ben Affleck's Argo, as well as Iyad Hajjaj's The Rifleman. Salomon will next appear in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises, as a prisoner who breaks out of prison. Plus a role in The Amazing Spiderman.
She is also Kristen Stewart's stunt double in a few scenes.
Prout started acting at the age of ten years old and is now in her final year of high school. She has an eclectic taste in music and films and her favorite class in school has been philosophy. Her outlook for the future is to go to a university while doing other movies on the side. Prout has a younger sister named Jenn. She stays busy with Tae Kwan Do and track and field.
Prout is recognized for her role in the film Elektra, in which she starred alongside stars such as Jennifer Garner and Goran Visnjic. She has also been in the SciFi TV show Stargate SG-1 as Nesa in the episode "Birthright". She now stars as Charlotte "Char" Chamberlain in ABC Family's hit show The Lying Games.
|2000||The Linda McCartney Story||Stella|
|Once Upon a Christmas||Brittney Morgan|
|2001||Mindstorm||Young Tracy Wellman|
|The Wedding Dress||Stella Carver|
|Twice Upon a Christmas||Brittany Morgan|
|2004||The Love Crimes of Gillian Guess||Amanda Guess|
|2005||Elektra||Abigail "Abby" Miller|
|2006–2009||Kyle XY||Amanda Bloom|
|2007||Tell Me No Lies||Samantha Cooper|
|2010||The Twilight Saga: Eclipse||Lucy|
|Seven Deadly Sins||Miranda|
|My Super Psycho Sweet 16: Part 2||Alex Bell|
|2011–present||The Lying Game||Charlotte "Char" Chamberlin|
|2012||My Super Psycho Sweet 16: Part 3||Alex Bell|
Iris Quinn's acting career includes a variety of roles in television and film as well as stage productions and voice-over work. She also runs an actors' studio in Vancouver; coaching and mentoring young actors. In 2002 she was appointed to the faculty of University of British Columbia. She resides in Vancouver, British Columbia with her husband, actor, Fred Henderson.
Angelo Renai was born Andrew Rukavina in Guelph, Ontario. In is first stage appearance, outside of school, he was nominated for the Dolly Nunan Award for his portrayal of Ivor in Peter Nichols' "Forget-Me-Not Lane". Angelo went on to perform in a number of theatrical productions throughout Ontario, among his favourites are Lee Blessing's "A Walk In The Woods", Mollière's "Tartuffe" and Sherman Snukal's "Talking Dirty". He obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wilfrid Laurier University. While in Ontario he co-produced murder mystery dinner theatre with the now defunct "Dead Funny Murder Mysteries". After moving to the west coast, Angelo has appeared in over thirty independent short and feature films. Angelo has two sons, Nikolas Rukavina and Mikhail Kavin and makes his home in Vancouver, British Columbia
Jeff was born in Weisbaden, Germany, although not German, he is of Italian and French heritage. At six years old he moved to Texas where he was raised by his father, a military pilot, and mother a CPA. Jeff loves sports and played baseball most of his life, with his home town team the Texas Rangers as his favorite ball club. Upon graduating high school, Jeff was unsure of what degree to study so after a year of college he was presented with an opportunity to move to New York City and pursue modeling. Jeff knew this was the direction he should go. After arriving to the east coast at the age of 19 he quickly realize it was acting that was waiting for him. It grabbed a hold of him like it does for all actors and the obsession began. It was the play of acting that truly allowed Jeff to be his own person and break free of the closed shell he felt engrossed him at times. With the high of acting, and the beginning of his career with a Fringe Festival show in 2009 it all seemed to be in the right order. That show brought immediate success to Jeff, with it winning most-outstanding play at the fest. and being nominated for a GLAAD Award. A year later it was picked up off-Broadway at New World Stages. It was also in that year Jeff began his professional actors training at William Esper Studios two-year conservatory. Jeff is now a graduate of the program and was invited to join the Master Class studying directly under Bill Esper.
Robinson, Taylor DianneEdit
Justin is an American actor known for immersing himself in his performances and devoting himself to realistic character portrayals, Justin Rose started a successful career with independent films after writing and directing his own short art films with close friends.
He has also found much success in directing music videos and commercials with Chaos in Rhythm; an independent film production company.
Born in Wheeling, West Virginia, and raised by his mother. Justin began imitating his favorite actors and comedians, and decided at an early age that he wanted to become an actor.
Creativity runs in the family. Justin's brother Ryan Rose is known throughout Dallas, Texas as the dub-step artist RuMoR, who has also found success his music to the soundtrack of a few of Justin's films.
Brenna Lee Roth was born in Lincoln, Nebraska in 1983. She was a model for several companies in 1990 until 1999. In 2000, Brenna joined her brother, Kevin Roth, singing in the punk band "Bosworth". She currently lives in Cleveland, Ohio and Studio City, California. Says the thing she was born to do was to be an actress.
Sandino Moreno, CatalinaEdit
Sandino was born in Bogotá, Colombia to a pathologist mother and a cattle breeder/veterinarian father. Before becoming an actress, she studied advertising at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá. She relocated to New York City in 2004, after she was noticed for her talent at the Rubén Di Pietro acting school in Bogotá. She was then referred to a casting audition for the 2004 film Maria Full of Grace where she beat over 900 girls for the lead role. Sandino's role in this movie made her the first Colombian and third Hispanic actress nominated for an Academy Award.
Sandino has lived with motion picture electrician David Elwell from 2004 to the present, whom she met working on Maria Full of Grace. She married him on April 15, 2006 in a small ceremony held in Cartagena de Indias.
|2004||Maria Full of Grace||María Álvarez|
|2006||Journey to the End of the Night||Angie|
|Fast Food Nation||Sylvia|
|2007||Paris, je t'aime||Ana|
|The Hottest State||Sarah|
|Heart of the Earth||Blanca Bosco|
|Love in the Time of Cholera||Hildebranda Sánchez|
|2008||Che Part One: The Argentine||Aleida March de Guevarra|
|Che Part Two: Guerrilla||Aleida March de Guevarra|
|2010||The Twilight Saga: Eclipse||Maria|
|2012||For Greater Glory: The True Story of Cristiada||Adriana|
|A Stranger in Paradise||Jules|
|2004||Cartagena Film Festival||Mejor Actriz (Best Actress)||Won||María Full of Grace.|
|Chicago Film Critics Association Awards||Most Promising Performer||Won|
|Chicago Film Critics Association Awards||New Generation Award (shared with Joshua Marston)||Won|
|Seattle International Film Festival||Golden Space Needle Award for Best Actress||Won|
|2005||Academy Awards||Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role||Nominated|
|Broadcast Film Critics Association Award||Best Actress||Nominated|
|Chlotrudis Society for Independent Film||Chlotrudis Award for Best Actress||Nominated|
|Imagen Foundation Awards||Best Actress - Film||Won|
|Independent Spirit Awards||Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead||Won|
|Online Film Critics Society||Best Breakthrough Performance||Won|
|Association of Latin Entertainment Critics||Cinema - Best Actress||Won|
|Satellite Award||Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama||Nominated|
|Screen Actors Guild Awards||Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role||Nominated|
|ShoWest Convention, USA||International Star of the Year|
|2006||London Film Critics' Circle||Actress of the Year||Nominated||María Full of Grace|
Seear was born in Vancouver, Canada of Dutch descent. She has appeared in advertising campaigns for brands such as Chanel, Giorgio Armani, Kenzo, Pantene Pro-V, Ralph Lauren Polo Jeans, Kenneth Cole, Neiman Marcus, Alberta Ferretti, Rolex, and Yves Saint Laurent, where she was memorably styled as the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci for the Rive Gauche ad campaign in 1998. Notably, she has been the face of two fragrances: Calvin Klein ck one and Vera Wang by Vera Wang.
Seear has graced the cover of Elle Germany, Amica (Italy), D (Italy), and Vogue Nippon and has been photographed by Patrick Demarchelier, Mario Sorrenti, and Paolo Roversi.
She was discovered in a shopping mall by a scout from the Look agency in Vancouver when she was 14 years old. She then began modeling in her home town in 1996. In 1997, she moved to New York City in order to further her career and gain more exposure. Seear's catwalk debut came in September 1998 at New York Fashion Week, where she walked for Calvin Klein, Daryl K, and Ralph Lauren.
During her career, she has walked the runway for designers such as Balenciaga, Lanvin, Karl Lagerfeld, Alexander Wang, Proenza Schouler, Ralph Lauren, Diane von Furstenberg, Givenchy, Chanel, and Alexander McQueen.
In her free time, Seear enjoys riding horses and snowboarding. She has a tattoo on her left arm.
|2001||Head Over Heels||KC Girl|
|2011||Special Things to Do||Cat Cedar / CC||Short|
|2013||House of Lies||Supermodel||TV series|
|2014||Electric Slide||Amazonian Twin|
Smith, Kimani RayEdit
St. Gelais, RachelEdit
CGI effects have placed primary actress Mackenzie Foy's head on her body. Renesmee has dramatic growth spurts and begins to look like a five-year-old after about a month.
One of St. Gelais's earliest film roles was with Diana Scarwid in And Then She Was Gone, filmed in Savannah, Georgia. Her three older siblings, Justin, Steven, and Renee, are also working actors. Most recently, St. Gelais was in The Blind Side at age 5 and Little Red Wagon in June 2010, which stars Chandler Canterbury and Daveigh Chase. St. Gelais enjoys dramatic film roles and one of her favorite actors is C. Thomas Howell, whom she met on the set of The Jailhouse.
Tracy, John EmmetEdit
Solomon Trimble (Mescalero Apache, Lakota) was born in Wichita Kansas. Solomon has been a traditional Native American Grass Dancer since the age of 3. Between the ages of 3-13, Solomon was also a member of a Northwest Native American champion youth drum group “The Young Spirit Singers”. After the group disbanded, Solomon moved to New Mexico to be closer to his Grandfather and to attend the Native American Preparatory School. This was where Solomon found the love for poetry and math (though his grades did not reflect as great a love). Solomon’s family could not afford his tuition and travel expenses for him to complete high school in New Mexico, so he returned to Portland and was recruited by the Dance West Dance Guild, the then Dance West Dance Company. Solomon studied Jazz, Tap and Ballet, under Terry Brock and Julane Stites, and helped choreograph a marriage between ballet and Native American dance which gave him the opportunity to travel to Canada and Japan, with Dance West.
For his senior year, Solomon decided to finish high school while living on the Lummi Reservation in Bellingham, Washington with his older Sister and to be closer to his now infamous younger brother. This was also where he became more familiar with northwest tribal customs and learned to play the guitar. Trimble returned to Portland upon graduation and continued his education at Portland Community College, pursuing guitar and voice as a music major, to become a rock star. His love for mathematics and music were equal. Solomon could not afford to be classically trained to continue towards a degree in music, so he graduated in 2005, with an Associates of Science in Mathematics and graduated this spring 2008 from Portland State University with a Bachelors in Mathematics, and a Philosophy Minor. Solomon was a member of United Indian Students in Higher Education and the American Indian Science and Engineering Society; and is now acting as alum for both. For the past three years he has been a K through12 student teacher. Before accepting his role as Sam Uley, Trimble was considering attending graduate school for a masters in school administration or Lewis & Clarke Law School. He still hopes to become an attorney focused on Native American Issues. Trimble spends his free time connecting with Elders in his city, learning traditional songs of all tribes and participating in Native American ceremonies as invited in his area. He also tutors Native American youth in math, and culture to facilitate transitions from reservation life to the city.
|2013||Train Master II: Jeremiah's Treasure||Tree Climber|
Edward Alexander Troy was born in Boston, Massachusetts to Edward H. Troy and Alexandra Troy. He is of Dutch, Irish, and Scottish Decent. Troy was brought up in Somerville, Massachusetts. Eddie starred in his first play at the age of four. He was educated at St. Peter's in Cambridge, Massachusetts, then at Andover High School, and subsequently at Southern New Hampshire University. In his senior year at Southern New Hampshire, Troy quit the lacrosse team to fall back into acting after a two year hiatus. After a year of theater with the Middlesex Theater Company out of Lowell, Massachusetts, he began his career in film. In his debut performance in City of Homes (2015), Troy was nominated for Best Actor in the Blackbird Film Festival, as well as The Monthly Film Festival (TMFF). Shortly after, he made his first television appearance in the HBO pilot The Devil You Know (2015), written by Jenji Kohan, and directed by Gus Van Sant. Following the pilot he began studying at Boston University for two years under Jan Egleson, a former student of Stella Adler. Eddie made his feature film debut in Detroit (2017). He currently lives in Los Angeles, California where he continues to pursue his career in acting.
Justine was born on August 9, 1984 in Los Angeles County, California, USA. She graduated from the University of Southern California in 2006 with a major in Communications and Theatre. In her spare time, Justine enjoys shopping, hiking, going to the movies, visiting museums, and traveling.
|2004||First Daughter||Passing Student|
|The Twilight Saga: New Moon||Gianna|
|2010||Wings and Beer (short)||Jess|
|2012||Teen Wolf||Ambulance Driver|
|LA's Angel (short)||Penelope - The Hooker|
|Beautiful Creatures||Justine Duchannes|
|Now You See Me||Nicole Mercier|
His older sister is singer/songwriter Hailey Morgan.
West, Kevin CraigEdit
Kevin Craig West—Award winning actor/filmmaker and proud member of SAG-AFTRA and AEA. When not on camera or stage, he enjoys producing, directing, writing and coaching. He also enjoys sharing his talents as a teacher/artist and has worked with many Arts in Education groups including Theatre for a New Audience, Only Make Believe, and Symphony Space. Kevin is the owner of the production company, MoBetta Films, an advisory board member of WAM Theatre as well as Lake Placid Film Forum, former President of Upstate Independents and has served as Assistant Director of FilmColumbia Festival.
Wilson, Justin L.Edit
She was born on March 26, 1987 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.
Married her boyfriend of 2 years, Kurt Angle, giving later birth to daughter Giuliana Marie Angle on January 21, 2011.
Zúñiga was born in Honduras. He is best known for his roles in films such as Alive, Ransom, Con Air, Fresh, Crooklyn, Next Stop Wonderland and Twilight. He has appeared in several television shows including 24, Prison Break, Law & Order, The O.C., CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Bones, Dexter and Medium.
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