Originally from New York City, Skip received his education in fine arts at the Leonard Davis Center for the Performing Arts at CCNY majoring in theatre. Now residing in Los Angeles, he pursues his passion for cinema as a producer and documentary filmmaker. Most recently he has segued into becoming a brand manager within the film and entertainment industry.
In 2012, Skip made his debut in filmmaking as a producing partner and the editor of the romantic comedy, “Antigame.” Skip's other passion for travel and world culture led to his second short film project, "Going Home Again," which he directed, edited, and shot on location in Assam, India. The film was selected as Best Documentary Short at the Los Angeles Cinema Festival of Hollywood, Official Selection of the Vancouver International South Asian Film Festival in Canada 2013 and Top Shorts Online Film Festival 2015.
Outside to the film industry, Skip serves as a Global Ambassador to Global Human Services which is a nonprofit, humanitarian organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for the world's most vulnerable populations by providing access to health care.
Marshall Teague is an American actor who has appeared in over 130 films and Tv shows. His talent for balancing starring roles with powerful supporting characters has allowed him to build a varied and pivotal body of work. His theatrical breakout role was as Jimmy Reno in the 1989 cult classic Road House. From there he went on to work in The Rock with Sean Connery and Armageddon with Bruce Willis to name a few. He was also reoccurring star on TV series like Walker Tx. Ranger, American Heiress, and Babylon 5. Marshall holds an industry record of 103 deaths on screen. In addition to his acting, Marshall is a motivational speaker, also an accomplished singer and song writer and has a CD titled 'The Steps I Took'. He is also a writer delving into fiction and fact. From villain to hero; cowboy to physician; drama to comedy; from contemporary settings to the surreal world of science fiction, Marshall Teague has traversed the acting spectrum.
Raja can be seen on Emmy award-winning Homeland, Black-ish, and Arrested Development. Previously he worked for NASA's Flight Operations and was recruited by the Central Intelligence Agency. He is now the lead in the upcoming feature film FriendZone (2018).
Kyle Hester was born in New Orleans La. to a professional football player father (Ray Hester of the New Orleans Saints) and a cheerleader mother (Hollis Huntoon). His inspiration to act came early in life starting out in drama class in junior high school. Kyle then attended the High School for the Performing and Visual arts in Houston, TX. He double majored in theatre and dance in his senior year. You may have seen him as a dancer in Houston at The Tower Theatre.
Anthony Donald Collins was born March 27,1968 in Atlanta Georgia at Georgia Baptist Hospital. He attended Monticello High School in Monticello Georgia and graduated in 1988. He got started in acting in 2012 by doing background work then moved on to stand in and photo double as well body double work. Anthony got his big break when he was cast as officer S. Hibbs on the hit series The Red Road on the Sun dance channel. Since then Anthony has gone on to do many featured roles both movie, TV shows and commercials. You can catch him on the Walking Dead, Ozark, Rampage, and Hidden Figures. Anthony is now working on a new tv series on TBS Miricle Workers.
Kim Baptiste is an American film and television actor. Originally from Queens, New York, Kim has worked on primetime television shows such as Ultimate Legacy, NCIS New Orleans, Zoo, I Killed My BFF, and Star-Crossed. She has worked with some acclaimed actors, Bill Cobbs, Brian Dennehy, Doug Jones and Scott Bakula. Kim has trained with coaches Jerry Katz (The Ivanna Chubbuck Technique), J. Patrick McNamara, Jim Gleason, Lance Nichols, and continues to train.
In only a short few years, Gian Keys has risen quickly as an actor, proving that he clearly possesses the striking screen presence and remarkable talent to be the next leading man in Hollywood. Gian is starring in the highly acclaimed, stylish, dark comedy feature motion picture, The Love Witch, now playing in movie theaters across America. Top critics, such as renowned journalist A.O. Scott of The New York Times, called it, “Impossible to resist...fascinating, perfectly composed...marvelously dark, like love itself." Franck Scheck of The Hollywood Reporter praised the film and its strong cast, declaring that it is, “Destined to be a cult classic...excellently executed...the director has elicited committed performances from her excellent ensemble." Gian Keys’ compelling presence galvanizes audiences. He brings equal parts dashing good looks, deep sympathy and palpable purpose - all bound in a classic on-screen archetype comparable to Clint Eastwood or Steve McQueen, yet accessible and contemporary.
Chris Twomey was born on April 14th 1969 on base at Quantico, Virginia, USA as Christopher Drummond Twomey. He is an aspiring actor that grew up in the military world, played football, worked in the IT field for twenty years and is an amateur bodybuilder. He was an extra in the movie The Last Castle filmed in Nashville, Tennessee, USA.
Update: Chris is known for his role as Bruce in the feature film Preacher Six and is cast as Agent Ryan Chandler in Dead Exit, which is a TV series in pre-production.
I was raised in a small town called Bee Spring, KY. I am an only child and while growing up, I relied greatly on my imagination to keep myself occupied. After finishing high school, I entered college and had no idea what I really wanted to do. I did not have a goal and did not have a plan; I was winging it. I got an apartment with three friends and was more involved in the social aspects of college than the academic.
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Steve Hamm was born and raised in St. Petersburg, FL. After graduating from high school, he realized he wasn’t quite ready for college so he joined the Army as a helicopter mechanic. After 8 years, he applied for and was selected for rotary wing flight training. He spent the next 15 years as a combat aviator with deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan. He retired in 2013 and is now a Lifeflight pilot.
Steve is also an accomplished actor with several indie films to his credit.