Ken Davitian

 

Ken Davitian found himself in an Oscar winning film in 2012, with a cameo in the black-and-white silent film THE ARTIST. First introduced to audiences at the Cannes Film Festival, it was the first film sold to The Weinstein Company and has won a total of five Academy Awards, three Golden Globe Awards and another 73 wins & 67 nominations.

 

Davitian can currently be seen opposite Katharine McPhee, Dave Anable and Kathy Bates in the action packed romantic comedy YOU MAY NOT KISS THE BRIDE. Up next are films Melvin Smarty and Shark Proof, both releasing in 2013.

 

The character actor is perhaps best known for wrestling his way into the Hollywood spotlight as “Azamat Bagatov” in the critically-acclaimed 2006 blockbuster, “BORAT: CULTURAL LEARNINGS OF MAKE BENEFIT GLORIOUS NATION OF KAZAKHSTAN. He loves telling his audition story for the role and still fights the common believe that he has a thick accent. Born and raised in East Los Angeles, Davitian is as Angeleno as can be.

 

Davitian experienced his third consecutive feature film premiering at the top box office spot with the opening of Warner Bros. GET SMART as the TV show’s villain ‘Shtarker,’ alongside vets Steve Carell, Alan Arkin and Anne Hathaway.

 

Davitian’s film credits consist of a long list of studio and independent productions, including MEET THE SPARTANS, S.W.A.T, HOLES, and TWC feature SOUL MEN with the late Bernie Mac, who he also filmed a TV pilot with.  Among his guest-starring roles on television are Chuck, The Cape, The Closer, Boston Legal, ER, Six Feet Under, Gilmore Girls and The Ghost Whisperer.

 

Davitian’s additional projects include the indie features THE PRANKSTER, MELVIN SMARTY, ISABELLA, and a short film called BALLERINO with System of a Down Bassist Shavo Odadjian.

 

When not working in film or television, Davitian promotes education of the Armenian Genocide and supports Children’s and GLBT causes. Davitian lives in Los Angeles with his wife of 30 years, Ellen, and their two sons, Robert and Aaron. He also co-owns the Hot Dog restaurant “The Infield” in Sherman Oaks.

Sophie Marcus

Sophie Marcus is a young actress that has worked on Music Videos, Commercials and Features. Started acting and singing when she was 4 years old. Studied at Lee Strasberg, Groundlings, Second City, Margie Haber Studios, YAS etc.

 

Sophie is a creative content producer on youtube. She has an alias and creates content for her channel and for friends using animated characters from Roblox and her favorite youtubers. She has a good following with over a 1 Million views and growing. Her channel has only been active for 7 months with over 1.2M views and rapidly growing in a very short period of time. Her subscribers and Fan base are aged 8-18 years old. She continues to update new content.

 

She is an "Influencer" with over 1.2 million views.

At 10 years old she was considered to be Chrissy Teigen "mini me" for The FabLife Show.

At 11 yrs old she  was cast in  "The Arena"  Lindsey Stirling & Derek Hough's Music Video playing the daughter, the only featured child, which has over 53 million views and growing.

Sophie worked on a Music Video for Adam Zwig, which is yet to be released. Sophie also worked with Kate Asner in The Good Samaritan an award winning short film.

 

She is repped by Abrams Artists Agency Commercial & Mommager Mia Marcus

Noah Hutton

 

Emanuel Noah Hutton was born to actors Timothy Hutton and Debra Winger. Hutton got his start as a director with Crude Independence (2009). The film was an official selection of the 2009 SXSW Film Festival and won Best Documentary Feature at the 2009 Oxford Film Festival.

 

In 2010 and 2011, Hutton filmed Year 1 and Year 2 of his ten-year film-in-the-making that will track the progress of the The Blue Brain Project, an attempt led by neuroscientist Henry Markram to simulate an entire human brain, cell by cell, on IBM supercomputers.

 

Hutton has directed commercials and music videos through his NYC-based production company Couple 3, including videos for The Indecent (Warner Brothers) and the The Bad Plus (Universal/E1). Hutton is a graduate of Wesleyan University, where he studied art history and neuroscience.

Barry Bostwick

 

From his portrayal of the quintessential all American Brad Majors in “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” to the hilarious Mayor Randall Winston on ABC’s “Spin City”, Barry Bostwick has had quite a career spanning all genres and mediums of show business.

 

He attended N.Y.U.’s Graduate School of the Arts and made his Broadway debut soon thereafter with the APA Phoenix Repertory Company Barry had starring roles in many highly acclaimed TV, Film & Miniseries. As George Washington in Peabody Award winning CBS mini series “George WAshinton”. Golden Globe for Lt. “Lady Aster of “War & Remembrance”. Also starred in Moviola, Deceptions, Woman of substance, Murder by Natural Causes, Betrayed by innocence, and recently Cougartown, just to name a few. In the past 12 monthes Barry has completed 9 features.

 

Barry Bostwick resides with his wife Sherri Ellen and their two children, Brian and Chelsea in the canyons above Malibu. Barry is an accomplished ceramic artist. His work has been displayed in prominent galleries and he gives many of his pieces away to various charities around the country.

Michel Shane

Shane & Romano also executive produced Steven Spielberg’s award winning “Catch Me If You Can,” starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks, Amy Adams and Christopher Walken, Michel Shane developed the properly while living in Montreal. He worked aggressively developing the project since acquiring the rights to the book in 1990. Collectively, “I, Robot” and “Catch Me If You Can” have grossed nearly one billion dollars worldwide. Both films were based on material fully developed by them.

Stanley Livingston

 

As an actor, Stanley Livingston has delighted audiences for over 50 years as one of the stars of television’s second-longest running situation comedy, “MY THREE SONS“. The beloved television series has been in continuous broadcast for an incredible 53 years! ”My Three Sons” airs daily on the ME-TV Network.

 

Stan’s other work is behind the camera where he has produced and/or directed everything from documentaries (“THE ACTOR’S JOURNEY“, “THE ACTOR’S JOURNEY FOR KIDS“) to music videos to PBS/APT television programming for children (“CORY’S CIRCUS“) to feature films (“CHECKERS“). Stan has worked as a writer, editor and cinematographer as well. Stan recently produced and starred in “IN THE PICTURE” – the first 3-Strip 35mm CINERAMA Process film made in over 50 years! ”In The Picture” kicked off the 2012 Cinerama Film Festival at the historic Arclight Cinerama Dome in Hollywood. The film received a rave review from esteemed film critic, Leonard Maltin. As a footnote… Stan was one of the stars of the last Cinerama feature films made fifty years ago… the iconic western “HOW THE WEST WAS WON“. Stan is currently involved in developing new film projects