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Fishes 'n Loaves: Heaven SentWhen an inner city pastor is re-assigned to a rural church, a land of rodeos, square dances, love-struck goats, and amateur musicals, he and his family must find a way to adapt to their new, unfamiliar environment.Genre: ComedyCountry: United StatesDuration: 90 minQuality: SDRelease: 2016IMDb: 4.7
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Dina MeyerBirth date: 22 December 1968, Queens, New York City, New York, USADescription: Dina Meyer is an American film and television actress best known for her roles as Barbara Gordon in Birds of Prey, Dizzy Flores in Starship Troopers and Detective Allison Kerry in the Saw installments. Meyer started acting in 1993, with her first major role playing Lucinda Nicholson in the TV series Beverly Hills, 90210. In the same year she made her film debut in the TV movie Strapped. She broke out two years later, playing the cybernetically enhanced bodyguard Jane in the cyberpunk thriller Johnny Mnemonic. In addition to Johnny Mnemonic, Meyer has played roles in other science fiction productions including Starship Troopers, Birds of Prey and Star Trek Nemesis. She also starred as Detective Allison Kerry in the horror/thriller film Saw and its sequels as well. She has made many guest appearances and played one of the series regular roles in FOX's Point Pleasant. Her additional guest star roles include Criminal Minds, Castle, The Mentalist, Burn Notice, and Nip/Tuck, and she has recurred on ABC's Scoundrels, CW's 90210, CBS's CSI, and NCIS.Meyer resides in Los Angeles.
Dominique SwainBirth date: 12 August 1980, Malibu, California, USADescription: Dominique Swain was born Dominique Ariane Swain on August 12, 1980 and raised in Malibu, California, USA. The second of three daughters of mother Cindy and father David an electrical engineer, her sisters makeup artist Alexis and actress Chelse. She debuted her film career in the controversial remake of Vladimir Nabokov's novel and Stanley Kubrick's film Lolita by director Adrian Lyne. It was a powerful first performance by the young actress, Lyne had seen her performance on a videotape audition she put together with a friend while she was between agents, selecting her from a pool of more than 2500 actresses vying for the role. Lyne was charmed by her and her reading directly from the novel as opposed to the script. Upon getting the role, Rosalinda, a long time imaginary friend, was the first to get the news from Dominique. Rosalinda gave Dominique the 'Okay' to do the film. Despite a phenomenal performance opposite Jeremy Irons as Humbert and Melanie Griffith as Lolita's mother, the film faced a great deal of controversy due to its subject matter as networks pulled away from backing wide theatrical release. After some delays, it was eventually premiered to US audiences on the Showtime network followed by a limited theatrical release.Since then she has gone on to act and star in close to 50 other films, including Face/Off, Girl and Alpha Dog. Recently she has also ventured into writing, co-writing the animated feature Magik with Stephen Wallis.
William McNamaraBirth date: 31 March 1965, Dallas, Texas, USADescription: William McNamara studied at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute and has since notched up over sixty-five film and TV appearances. One of his first roles was that of Joel in the teen movie Dream a Little Dream (1989) with Corey Feldman and Corey Haim. He followed this up with the Bette Midler film Stella (1990).It was during the nineties, however, that William - arguably - turned out some of his best performances. He gave a great performance as Derek Wolfe Jr in the Ernest R. Dickerson manhunt thriller Surviving the Game (1994), in which he worked with a cast of talented veteran actors including F. Murray Abraham, Gary Busey, Rutger Hauer, and John C. McGinley. That same year he was again teamed with Gary Busey - and Tom Berenger - in the Navy comedy Chasers (1994), directed by Dennis Hopper.His most prized - and chilling - role, though, is that of Peter Foley the copycat serial killer in the psychological thriller Copycat (1995). The film also starred Sigourney Weaver, Dermot Mulroney, and jazz musician Harry Connick Jr.. He appeared with Andrew McCarthy and John Stockwell in Stag (1997), and made his way towards the millennium opposite Gabriel Byrne in the World War II drama The Brylcreem Boys (1998).William's first feature film role was in acclaimed cult horror director Dario Argento's slasher classic, Opera (1987). But don't fear: the actor is actually a kind spiritualist and an avid animal rights activist, putting much time, energy, and money into the plight of the dolphins and small whales off the shores of Japan. In addition William involves himself in animal rescue in general, Kundalini, and Yoga!Like Henry Rollins, his co-star in Time Lapse (2001), William McNamara gets his own hands dirty while 'actively' pursuing causes that are close to his heart.
Bruce DavisonBirth date: 28 June 1946, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USADescription: With his blond, clean-cut, Ivy League handsomeness and ready-whipped smile reminiscent of Kennedyesque times, actor Bruce Davison fits the prototype of today's more current crop of fresh-faced, likable blonds such as Brian Kerwin and Aaron Eckhart. While it proved difficult at times for the actor to get past those perfect features and find meatier roles, his talent certainly overcame the "handicap". Extremely winning and versatile, the award-worthy actor, now enjoying an over four decade career, has included everything from Shakespeare to Seinfeld. He has also served as a writer, producer and director on an infrequent basis.Born on June 28, 1946, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvanis, the son of Clair, an architect and musician, and Marian (Holman) Davison, a secretary, Bruce's parents divorced when he was just three. He developed a burgeoning interest in acting while majoring in art at Penn State and after accompanying a friend to a college theater audition. Making his professional stage debut in 1966 as Jonathan in "Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mama's Hung You in the Closet and I'm Feelin' So Bad" at the Pennsylvania Festival Theatre, he had made it to Broadway within just a couple of years (1968) in the role of Troilus in "Tiger at the Gates" at the Vivian Beaumont Theatre. The year after that he was seen off-Broadway in "A Home Away from Home" and appeared at the Lincoln Center in the cast of "King Lear".Success in the movies came immediately for the perennially youthful-looking actor after he and a trio of up-and-coming talents (Barbara Hershey [then known as Barbara Seagull], Richard Thomas and Catherine Burns) starred together in the poignant but disturbing coming-of-age film Last Summer (1969). From this he was awarded a starring role opposite Kim Darby in The Strawberry Statement (1970), an offbeat social commentary about 60s college radicalism, and in the cult horror flick Willard (1971) in which he bonded notoriously with a herd of rats.Moving further into the 70s decade, his film load did not increase significantly as expected and the ones he did appear in were no great shakes. With the exception of his co-starring role alongside Burt Lancaster in the well-made cavalry item Ulzana's Raid (1972) and the powerful low-budget Short Eyes (1977) in which he played a child molester, Bruce was surprisingly ill-used or underused. Insignificant as the elder Patrick Dennis in the inferior Lucille Ball musical film version of Mame (1974), he was just as overlooked in such movies as The Jerusalem File (1972), Mother, Jugs & Speed (1976), Grand Jury (1976) and Brass Target (1978). Bruce wisely looked elsewhere for rewarding work and found it on the stage and on the smaller screen. Earning strong theatrical roles in "The Skin of Our Teeth," "The Little Foxes" and "A Life in the Theatre," he won the Los Angeles Drama Critics Award for his work in "Streamers" in 1977. On TV, he scored in mini-movie productions of Mourning Becomes Electra (1978), Deadman's Curve (1978) (portraying Dean Torrence of the surf-era pop duo Jan and Dean) and, most of all, Summer of My German Soldier (1978) co-starring Kristy McNichol as a German prisoner of war in the American South who falls for a lonely Jewish-American girl. In 1972 Bruce married actress Jess Walton who appeared briefly as a college student in The Strawberry Statement (1970) and later became a daytime soap opera fixture. The marriage was quickly annulled the following year.The 1980s was also dominated by strong theater performances. Bruce took over the role of the severely deformed John Merrick as "The Elephant Man" on Broadway; portrayed Clarence in "Richard III" at the New York Shakespeare Festival; was directed by Henry Fonda in "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial"; played a moving Tom Wingfield opposite Jessica Tandy's Amanda in "The Glass Menagerie"; received a second Los Angeles Drama Critics Award for his work in the AIDS play "The Normal Heart"; and finished off the decade gathering up fine reviews in the amusing A.R. Gurney period piece "The Cocktail Hour". While hardly lacking for work on film (Kiss My Grits (1982), Crimes of Passion (1984), Spies Like Us (1985), and The Ladies Club (1986)), few of them made use of his talents and range. It was not until he was cast in the ground-breaking gay drama Longtime Companion (1989) that his film career revitalized. Giving a quiet, finely nuanced, painfully tender performance as the middle-aged lover and caretaker of a life partner ravaged by AIDS, Bruce managed to stand out amid the strong ensemble cast and earn himself an Oscar nomination for "Best Supporting Actor". Although he lost out to the flashier antics of Joe Pesci in the mob drama Goodfellas (1990) that year, Bruce was not overlooked -- copping Golden Globe, Independent Spirit, New York Film Critics and National Society of Film Critics awards. Other gay-themed films also welcomed his presence, including The Cure (1995) and It's My Party (1996). The actor eventually served as a spokesperson for a host of AIDS-related organizations, including Hollywood Supports, and, elsewhere, is active with foundations that help children who are abused.Bruce has been all over the screen since his success in Longtime Companion (1989). Predominantly seen as mature, morally responsible dads and politicians, his genial good looks and likability have on occasion belied a weak or corrupt heart. Bruce married actress Lisa Pelikan in 1986 (well over a decade after his first marriage ended) and they have one son, Ethan, born in 1996. The handsome couple became well known around town and worked frequently together on stage ("The Downside," "Love Letters," "Breaking the Silence," "To Kill a Mockingbird") and in TV movies (Color of Justice (1997)). Bruce's more popular films these days have included Six Degrees of Separation (1993) starring Will Smith, the family adventure film Far from Home: The Adventures of Yellow Dog (1995) and the box-office hit X-Men (2000) and its sequel in the role of Senator Kelly. More controversial art-house showcases include Dahmer (2002), as serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer's father, and Hate Crime (2005), as a bigoted, murderous pastor.Bruce has attempted TV series leads in later years. With Harry and the Hendersons (1991), he ably directed a number of the show's episodes. He has also been tapped for recurring parts on The Practice (1997) and The L Word (2004), and is fondly remembered for his comedy episodes on Seinfeld (1989) as an attorney who goes for George's (Jason Alexander) throat when George's fiancée dies inexplicably of toxic poisoning. The actor recently completed a TV series revival of Knight Rider (2008).Divorced from Lisa Pelikan, Bruce is married these days to third wife Michele Correy and has a daughter by her, Sophia, born in 2006. They live in the Los Angeles area.
Patrick MuldoonBirth date: 27 September 1968, Los Angeles, California, USADescription: William Patrick Muldoon III was born and raised in the Los Angeles waterfront town of San Pedro, California, the son of Deanna and William Patrick Muldoon II, a personal injury and maritime attorney. He has Irish and Croatian ancestry. His parents' artistic backgrounds, in painting, writing, and music, induced the same appetites in their son, as well as athletics. He played college football for the U.S.C. Trojans and has two Rose Bowl rings. His first job in the entertainment business was as a model for Calvin Klein and started at the esteemed Wilhelmina Modeling agency . Early in his career he appeared on Who's the Boss? (1984) with Tony Danza and Silk Stalkings (1991) with Rob Estes which led to Days of Our Lives (1965) and the role of Austin Reed. Patrick won the Soap Opera Digest award for best new actor and spent the next three years at NBC. Being one of the most visible faces from the soaps, he caught the attention of Spelling Entertainment, and received the only development deal from the company in it's history - it led to a season on Melrose Place (1992). His next big break was landing the part of Zander Barkalow in Paul Verhoeven's Starship Troopers (1997) with Casper Van Dien. He's appeared in a host of independent films including the Sundance contestant Wicked (1998) with Julia Stiles, and Frank Darabont's Black Cat Run (1998). In 2011 he returned to Days of Our Lives (1965) for a year. He has since starred in All About Christmas Eve (2012) with Haylie Duff for 'Lifetime,' _Holiday Road Trip_ with 'Ashley Scott' and George Hamilton, In the Dark (2013) with Elisabeth Röhm for 'Lifetime.' He is also a development executive at Eclectic Pictures as well as an independent producer on many upcoming projects in late 2015 including _Badge of Honor_ with Martin Sheen, Mena Suvari, and (I). Patrick is also starring in the film. Patrick is lead singer of "The Sleeping Masses' who wrote and sang the title song in Powder Blue (2009) with Jessica Biel. The band has two records available on iTunes. In his spare time Patrick loves to play guitar and is a blue belt in "Krav Maga", which he takes regularly and uses to fight crime all over the world.
Blanca BlancoBirth date: 22 January 1981, Watsonville, California, USADescription: Born in Watsonville, California, Blanca Blanco came from a hard-working family where she dreamt of becoming an actress ever since she could remember. Growing up with immigrant parents, who worked multiple jobs to support the family, Blanca was instilled with a strong work ethic at a very early age. After moving to Chelan, Washington at the age of 9, Blanca took acting classes, singing lessons and organized theatrical performances all while going to school at the same time. She was an avid performer and enlisted her two brothers and two sisters to re-enact scenes from popular films for the family's amusement.After high school, Blanca immediately attended Spokane Falls Community College earning an Associate of Science degree then transferred to Washington State University earning a bachelor degree in psychology, and a master's degree in Social work from Eastern Washington University. After completing her Master's degree, she left Washington State to move to Los Angeles to pursue her dream of becoming a successful actress. Upon arriving in LA, Blanca immediately began working with, Gordon Hunt, twice nominated best Director by the Director Guild of America, and she performed with the Gordon Hunt group where she was seen in many stage productions. Blanca landed her first lead role in the feature film "Doomed Inheritance" quickly followed by "Dark Reel" (2005) where she worked with actor Edward Furlong. In 2006 she starred and produced the Independent film "Cruzando Barreras," which chronicled her life as an aspiring actress. Over the next few years Blanca landed many leading roles including "It's Patriotic to Pay Taxes," "Horror Shack," "Experiment Red," and "Little Black Dress." She is now filming the 2013 feature film "Spreading Darkness" co-starring Eric Roberts and John Savage.Blanca's passion for helping those experiencing poverty has influenced her many humanitarian efforts becoming an active supporter of many organizations including; the Salvation Army, Autism Speaks, AIDS society, and the American Cancer Society. She is also an expert in End of Life Issues becoming a community leader in education for Death and Dying, Terminal Care.
Sage KirkpatrickBirth date: 22 January 1981, Watsonville, California, USADescription: Katherine is shooting the Drama, The Search in Los Angeles. Story and Screenplay by Katherine Kirkpatrick. Also Starring Greer Bishop and Hans Obma. Director. Sven Granlund.Katherine also can be seen on Young and The Restless as the Nurse.Recently, She shot Guest Starring roles on Stalker and How ro get away with Murder.She is Repped by Avi Simon at Rectangle Entertainment. Courtney Peldon at AQUA
Carol LocatellBirth date: 13 December 1940Description: Carol Locatell was born on December 13, 1940. She is an actress, known for The Family Stone (2005), Friday the 13th: A New Beginning (1985) and Coffy (1973).
Brandon Tyler RussellBirth date: 25 December 1995, Lake Forest, Illinois, USADescription: Brandon expressed an interest in acting at the age of 3 and by 5 was already a member of SAG. His biggest role to date was his lead role in the feature film, Smitty, which was released in April 2012. Brandon plays the lead role of Ben Barrett and worked alongside: Peter Fonda, Mira Sorvino, Louis Gossett Jr., Lolita Davidovich, Jason London, and Booboo Stewart. Since filming Smitty, he has gone on to film supporting roles in the "Wiener Dog Nationals (2013)" and "The Martial Arts Kid (2015)." He also had a lead role in the UPtv holiday movie, "A Beverly Hills Christmas (2015)." Brandon has also been seen on Tosh.0, Supah Ninjas, and Instant Mom.Next up, he will be seen as Peter Michaels in "Fishes N' Loaves: Heaven Sent" alongside Patrick Muldoon & Dina Meyer.
Michael EmeryBirth date: 25 December 1995, Lake Forest, Illinois, USADescription: Michael Emery is an actor and producer, known for Blue Bloods (2010), Bone Tomahawk (2015) and Shameless (2011).
Mandalynn CarlsonBirth date: 25 December 1995, Lake Forest, Illinois, USADescription: Mandalynn Carlson is an actress and writer, known for Machine Gun Preacher (2011), Grey's Anatomy (2005) and Scandal (2012).
R. Brandon JohnsonBirth date: 25 December 1995, Lake Forest, Illinois, USADescription: R. Brandon Johnson is an actor, known for Shake It Up! (2010), 72 Hours (2013) and My Yard Goes Disney (2011). He has been married to Ariel Fox since May 4, 2013.
Nathan PetersonBirth date: 25 December 1995, Lake Forest, Illinois, USADescription: Nathan Peterson is an actor and assistant director, known for Breaking Wind (2012), The 10 Year Plan (2014) and Fishes 'n Loaves: Heaven Sent (2016).
Jeremy KleinBirth date: 25 December 1995, Lake Forest, Illinois, USADescription: Jeremy Klein is known for his work on Fishes 'n Loaves: Heaven Sent (2016), Adopted (2013) and DriverX.
Kyle Reese KleinBirth date: 25 December 1995, Lake Forest, Illinois, USADescription: Kyle Reese Klein is known for his work on The Golden Plates (2016), Fishes 'n Loaves: Heaven Sent (2016) and DriverX.
Amy TolskyBirth date: 25 December 1995, Lake Forest, Illinois, USADescription: Amy was born on the south side of Chicago and is the baby of the family with an older sister and brother who were very influential with regard to their musical tastes. The family moved to the north side ('burbs) and she went to Niles West High School. She caught the acting bug in high school after performing in a bikini (first and last time!) After starring in multiple shows, she went on to major in Theatre at the University of Illinois in their four year acting conservatory program where she received her coveted BFA. When a friend told her about a work abroad program called BUNAC for current college students and recent graduates, she immediately bought her ticket to London, England. She collected her 6 month work visa and turned that into a thirteen year stay in her beloved second home.Whilst in London, she was an original acting member of Absolute Theatre which performed in England, Scotland and even Prague for the Annual International Theatre Festival. She also pursued a career in music performing in several indie and a capella groups as well as a successful rock covers band called The Bertie Bassett Band (we were certainly a group of all-sorts!) She also found a part-time career in voice-over doing radio I.D.s, jingles (including Steve Wright's popular Radio 1 program), radio plays, language tapes, as well as a presenter on several BBC World Service radio programs. She also found herself touring all over Europe in four productions of the musical "Hair" playing the pregnant (not naked) Jeanie. It was a wonderful way to travel the world and get paid for it! One of her favorite theatrical experiences was playing Sid Vicious' troubled girlfriend Nancy Spungen in the play "The Pistols" at The Hackney Empire which chronicled the end of the Pistols' infamous rise to fame. She became interested in TV work as well and was thrilled to work with Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie on an episode of the wildly popular "Jeeves and Wooster" based on the P.G. Wodehouse stories. She also starred in her first feature film "Intimate with a Stranger" where she received wonderful reviews at The Cannes Film Festival.Amy eventually decided to come back to The States to pursue more TV and film and moved way west to L.A. She found her man and lives a happily-ever-after life with her husband and son acting in all avenues available on the stage and screen including her starring role as Francine Foster in the web series "You've Probably Dated My Mom".
Josh HarpBirth date: 25 December 1995, Lake Forest, Illinois, USADescription: Josh Harp is an actor, known for Band of Robbers (2015), The Weight (2012) and Dollar King (2016).
Jedediah JenkBirth date: 25 December 1995, Lake Forest, Illinois, USADescription: Jedediah Jenk, all-around storyteller, began his journey with an early fascination in theater and film. As a mere child, he was chosen to play "Tiny Tim" in a local Christmas production and received a standing ovation. Jedediah was not merely satisfied with playing a character on the stage. By only the 6th grade, he was composing feature-film orchestral compositions and writing full-length screenplays. Peers and teachers looked on in amazement, voting him "mostly likely to succeed." The name "Jedi" began to stick as he as he explored his many film-related talents. Jedi was also revered for his tech-savvy, often volunteering to help with computer repairs.By the time he was of college-age, Jedi was already working at the highly prestigious Skywalker Sound in northern California and was hand-picked for a unique film internship in Germany. Inspired by his family's history of engineers, Jedi explored sound design and orchestral scoring for film. However, drawn to a deep love of the ultimate story-telling art, Jedi decided to take back to his root in acting and briefly moved to NY to study with famed casting director John Pallotta. Jedi moved back to LA in 2015 to continue his acting education with fellow actors Reynaldo Pacheco and Joy Rinaldi and casting director Sam Christinsen.To date, Jedediah Jenk has acted with some of the best in the business - including Tom Hanks and Emma Watson and worked with top directors Christopher Nolan, Dean Deblois and Clint Eastwood. Jedesiah studied under iconic and well-loved film composers Alan Silvestri and Shigeru Umebayashi."Always push forward to be the best you that you can be! Life goes by very quickly and we owe it to ourselves to make the most of it and to love and inspire others to do the same!" - Jedediah, 2017Jedediah's passion for storytelling is matched only by his love for people and his desire to use film and acting as a tool of inspiration. Jedediah has been involved with several charities such as Breast Cancer Foundations and frequently donates his time to various charitable organizations.After working briefly in the background world to explore a new side of film, meet otherwise forgotten people and earn his way, from the bottom-up into SAG-AFTRA, Jedediah "The Jedi" is poised to become one of the most successful rising stars of our generation - combining intellect, compassion, passion, and creativity into one package.
Martin EliasBirth date: 25 December 1995, Lake Forest, Illinois, USADescription: Martin Elias born in 1980 in Central Asia (Almaty, Kazakhstan). Got his first role in a High School play called "The Flaming Heart of Danko" from the short stories collections - "The old Woman Izergil" by Maxim Gorky. It was a first small, but very important brick into his acting carrier. In 2004 he receives his graduation from University of Arts and moving to Los Angeles to bring carrier to a next level.
Hans HernkeBirth date: 6 November 1981, Menasha, Wisconsin, USADescription: Hans Hernke began acting at the age of 17 in Orlando, Florida. His first major role was in his high school play "Harvey" playing the lead role of Elwood P. Dowd. After that experience, he realized the entertainment industry was his true calling. He later got an agent and started booking parts. The Master's Academy was gracious enough to let him leave school to work on sets and productions only if he kept good grades in all his classes! After graduating from The Master's Academy High School in 2001, he moved to Vancouver, Canada to study at the Vancouver Film and Acting School. After only being there for 2 months, he decided that maybe this wasn't the place for him, so he moved back to Orlando and worked for Carmike Cinemas in Winter Park, Florida for a full year. He was later accepted to the New York Film Academy at Universal Studios, Hollywood. With the help of his family, he packed up and moved to Los Angeles in the summer of 2002 and started his schooling. He graduated from New York Film Academy in November 2002. He is currently pursuing a career in not only acting, but behind the camera such as producing, directing, and casting!
Alexandra CaseBirth date: 6 November 1981, Menasha, Wisconsin, USADescription: Alexandra Case is an actress and writer, known for Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2003), Fishes 'n Loaves: Heaven Sent (2016) and Tosh.0 (2009).
Frank MartinelliBirth date: 6 November 1981, Menasha, Wisconsin, USADescription: Frank Martinelli is an actor and producer, known for Good Boy (2015), Dorothy and the Witches of Oz (2012) and Fishes 'n Loaves: Heaven Sent (2016).
Nicole CrissBirth date: 2 August 2000, Arizona, USADescription: Nicole Criss was born on August 2, 2000 in Arizona, USA as Nicole Taylor Criss. She is an actress and writer, known for A Horse for Summer (2015), Fishes 'n Loaves: Heaven Sent (2016) and The Sparrows: Nesting (2015).
Reggie RidgwayBirth date: 2 August 2000, Arizona, USADescription: Reggie Ridgway is an actor, known for Fish Sandwich (2016), Flight (2017) and Postpartum (2016).
Kenneth LemmBirth date: 2 August 2000, Arizona, USADescription: Growing up in an Air Force family, Ken traveled extensively in his youth and developed a love for reading and architecture, prompting him to pursue a career in landscape architecture. After creating a successful design business, Ken turned his attention to his first love, screen-writing.Early in his writing career, placing in a prestigious screen-writing competition afforded confidence and encouragement. Ken has worked with mentors Joe Bratcher of Twin Bridges Screenwriting Salon, and Mario Moreno of The Writers Store.Ken's screenplays and completed films have received excellent reviews from The Dove Foundation, earning their highest ratings for family-friendly audiences.Ken has completed twelve feature screenplays and had four award-winning feature films (A HORSE FOR SUMMER, THE SPARROWS: NESTING, SAVED BY GRACE, and FISHES 'N LOAVES), three theatrical trailers, and two award-winning short films produced, as well as completing four writer-for-hire assignments. A fifth film, "The Robinsons," is in pre-production in October, 2015.Most recently, Ken was named 2014-2015 Writer of the Year at the Action on Film International Film Festival and is included in the upcoming book "The Top 50 Indy Screenwriters in the World." Ken's focus in screen-writing is predominantly in the family friendly genre.
Andy WolfBirth date: 2 August 2000, Arizona, USADescription: Andy Wolf is an actor and producer, known for Clockwork Infinity (2011), The Dead Detective (2008) and Jim (2014).
Angela Taylor-JonesBirth date: 2 August 2000, Arizona, USADescription: Angela Taylor-Jones is an actress, known for Wakefield (2016), Fishes 'n Loaves: Heaven Sent (2016) and Late Bloomer (2016).
Dennis NicomedeBirth date: 2 August 2000, Arizona, USADescription: Dennis Nicomede is an actor, known for The Unlikely Matchmaker (2008), Jingle (2014) and Steven Spielberg and the Return to Film School (2013).
Spencer ScottBirth date: 2 August 2000, Arizona, USADescription: Spencer Scott is Founder and Producing Artistic Director of Unity Players Ensemble Theatre Company. He has also been a lecturer, vocalist and writer with experience in print and broadcast journalism. He has been a recurring guest host of "Beneath The Surface", an evening-drive radio talk show and "The Morning Show", a morning drive radio talk show on 90.7FM in Los Angeles. His professional credits include national commercials, films, a Movie of the Week (NBC), guest appearances on Martin and a TV series pilot, Real Ghost Stories. His stage credits are too numerous to list here. He, as well as his theatre company, have received widespread critical acclaim. Mr. Scott received a BA in Political Science from the University of Southern California in 1987. He has written four plays and a musical, produced and/or directed numerous plays for the professional theatre and is a veteran actor as well. He was classically trained at Phillips Academy in Andover, MA, Mark Twain Institute in Clayton, Missouri, Performing Arts Academy (with honors) in St. Louis, Missouri, and Occidental College in Glendale, California. He has been professionally trained in various theater communities nationwide, including UMOJA, UTE, St. Louis Black Repertory Co., and The Muny Theatre Project. In February 2004 he received the Living History Makers award, recognizing his ongoing contributions in Arts & Entertainment in Southern California.
Jacqui AllenBirth date: 25 November 1980, Phoenix, Arizona, USADescription: Jacqui Allen was born on November 25, 1980 in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. She is an actress and producer, known for CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000), Fishes 'n Loaves: Heaven Sent (2016) and Hidden Palms (2007).
Jarom SmithBirth date: 25 November 1980, Phoenix, Arizona, USADescription: Jarom Smith is known for his work on Fishes 'n Loaves: Heaven Sent (2016), Occupants (2015) and The Sparrows: Nesting (2015).
Desiree RussellBirth date: 25 November 1980, Phoenix, Arizona, USADescription: Desiree Russell is a publicist and actress.
Mike DowlerBirth date: 25 November 1980, Phoenix, Arizona, USADescription: Mike Dowler is an actor, known for Fishes 'n Loaves: Heaven Sent (2016).
Jean Paul TurgeonBirth date: 25 November 1980, Phoenix, Arizona, USADescription: Jean Paul Turgeon was born on December 29, 1961 in Notre Dame Des Bois, Quebec, To Aristide Turgeon a construction worker and Alain Turgeon a home maker. He is the third to the youngest of 13 kids. At age 3 the family move to Massachusetts, where his father worked in construction. He graduated from Holyoke High School in 1981. After graduation he enlisted in the U.S. Air force, He did two year tour in Europe at Camp New Amsterdam, the Netherland. After his tour he was station at Luke AFB, in Arizona. Where he resides with his wife today. He has two boys, the oldest is in the Air Force station at Fort Knox and the youngest works in Connecticut. In 1988, he auditioned as an extra for Rambo III and got to play an Afghanistan freedom fighter. That was the start of his acting career.
Hunter GibsonBirth date: 25 November 1980, Phoenix, Arizona, USADescription: Hunter Gibson is known for his work on Fishes 'n Loaves: Heaven Sent (2016), Throuple and Divine Cure (2016).
Nicholette RoseteBirth date: 25 November 1980, Phoenix, Arizona, USADescription: Nicholette Rosete is an actress, known for Fishes 'n Loaves: Heaven Sent (2016).
Directors of "Fishes 'n Loaves: Heaven Sent"
Nancy CrissBirth date: 18 May 1960, Elkhart, Indiana, USADescription: Nancy Criss is Nandar's Co-Founder and President. She is a woman of many talents; all emanating from entrepreneurial spirit that energizes her abil...
Creators of "Fishes 'n Loaves: Heaven Sent"
Kenneth LemmDescription: Growing up in an Air Force family, Ken traveled extensively in his youth and developed a love for reading and architecture, prompting him to pursue...
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