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Up, Up, and AwayA teenage boy (Michael Pagan) tries to save his superhero parents (Robert Townsend, Cynthia Alex Datcher) from a criminal mastermind, despite not having any super powers of his own.
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Robert TownsendBirth date: 6 February 1957, Chicago, Illinois, USADescription: Robert Townsend transcends any medium he touches whether he's performing stand up, acting, writing, directing, producing, or running a television network. A Chicago native, Townsend is often referred to as one of the "Godfathers" of the Independent Film World." With over 30 years in the business, he has made an indelible mark in Hollywood with an extensive list of credits. Robert's genius first revealed itself in elementary school. As a kid Robert was always fascinated with television, watching and studying it tirelessly, he began to practice acting out scenes and impersonating famous characters. At his school during a reading of Shakespeare's Oedipus Rex he dazzled the class with his ability to transform effortlessly into character, as a result Robert's remarkable versatile talent as a young actor was born and caught the attention of Chicago's Experimental Bag Theatre. Robert made an unforgettable mark in his hometown of Chicago, where he went onto New York's renowned comedy club the Improvisation that initiated his career as a stand-up comedian. Then for Robert it was on to Hollywood, where he dabbled in a mixture of industries and found that with his versatile talent, he was able to adapt easily from being a comedian to a full-screen actor. Robert's first film appearance was (uncredited) in popular urban classic, Cooley High (1975). His break came while performing on various television comedy specials including Rodney Dangerfield: It's Not Easy Bein' Me (1986) and Uptown Comedy Express (1987). Although comedy had been his forte during the early part of his career, he knew he was destined to be on the big screen. He landed the role of a lifetime co-starring opposite Denzel Washington in A Soldier's Story (1984), and appeared with Diane Lane in Streets of Fire (1984) and Kevin Costner in American Flyers (1985).Once in Hollywood, seeing the difficulty Black Actors had and the lack of good work available in the film industry, left a burning desire for Robert to step behind the camera. With his acting career in high gear, Robert's career took a turn for the best when Robert Townsend the "independent filmmaker" was born. He wanted to do something to fill this void and without formal film education or outside funding (he used his own credit cards to finance), Robert wrote, directed, produced and starred in his own first film. The result was the critically acclaimed Hollywood Shuffle (1987), a satire, depicting the trials and tribulations of Black Actors in Hollywood. The success of this film forced "Hollywood" to recognize and appreciate the visionary versatile talent of "Robert Townsend", Tinseltown's newest, talented actor and filmmaker.Following the success of "Hollywood Shuffle," film projects continued to pour in. He was soon directing Eddie Murphy in Eddie Murphy: Raw (1987). His next film endeavor was the popular tearjerker classic The Five Heartbeats (1991)," a semi-autobiographical piece; reminiscent of the 60s R & B male groups and the ups and downs of the music industry. This classic continues to be a favorite amongst audiences and one of the most talked about films in the industry. The Meteor Man (1993) that he also wrote, directed and starred in included a stellar cast: James Earl Jones, Bill Cosby and Eddie Griffin.In between features, Robert created and produced his ground breaking Cable Ace award-winning Partners in Crime (2005) variety specials for HBO and highly praised Townsend Television (1993) for FOX television. He also created and starred in the WB Network hit series The Parent 'Hood (1995).Townsend has made history by being nominated for over 30 NAACP Image Awards for film and television. At the 2001 NAACP Image Awards he directed three performers nominated in the best actor/actress category in three different films: Leon, for his role in NBC's Little Richard (2000); Alfre Woodard in the Showtime Movie Holiday Heart (2000) (which also garnered her a Golden Globe nomination) and Natalie Cole for her gripping self-portrayal in Livin' for Love: The Natalie Cole Story (2000) (for which she won the coveted Image Award for best actress). Townsend continued to helm films for the small screen: Carmen: A Hip Hopera (2001) for MTV Films, starring Beyoncé Knowles (one of the highest rated shows for MTV) and Image Award winner, 10,000 Black Men Named George (2002) for Showtime, a highly acclaimed period piece about the Pullman porter strike, starring Andre Braugher and Charles S. Dutton.Robert has worked with some of the top talent in Hollywood including: Ossie Davis, Ruby Dee, Denzel Washington, Halle Berry, Morgan Freeman, Alfre Woodard, Louis Gossett Jr., Keenen Ivory Wayans and Chris Tucker, just to name a few and is responsible for discovering many of Hollywood's A-List talent before they became household names. He is the mastermind behind many of Hollywood's favorite and best-remembered movies and hit series. Robert's body of work has been seen on MGM, Disney, Fox, NBC, HBO, WB and MTV.While busy as a performer and filmmaker, Robert always makes time to participate in humanitarian efforts and speak to various organizations. As a longtime speaker for the United Negro College Fund and the NAACP, his concern for inner city youth takes him through out the country to inspire young people to follow their dreams. In addition, Robert shares his business expertise with various Fortune 500 companies. Townsend is also a spokesman for the Milken Family Fund an organization created to recognize outstanding educators in the country, and stress to children the importance of education and respect for teachers. He has traveled with The Milken Family Fund to Chicago, Boston, Sacramento, Philadelphia, Washington, DC and Los Angeles to recognize deserving teachers and inspire and motive students around the country.Although he has many accolades, but none are more important than his family. His four children are the center of his heart. Following in his footsteps, his 3 daughters; Grace, Sierra and Skylar aka "The T Unit". They have received their first TV credit for the "B5 Christmas Special" aired on the BFC, a concept they came up with and pitched to their father. Despite his demanding schedule, Robert makes sure he spends quality time with his son, Max and his three daughters.Always a pioneer, Townsend took the helm as President and CEO of Production for The Black Family Channel (BFC) creating and spearheading production for BFC's top rated shows. Where he ran the cable network for four years before it was sold to the Gospel Music Channel in the Spring of 2007. During his reign, he created unprecedented original programming for the network. Showing his unstoppable genius, in his short time as a television executive Townsend reached several milestones; he created over 15 new shows for the network with limited financing; of which two shows were nominated for a prestigious NAIMC Vision Award (National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications), The Thou$and Dollar Bee and Lisa Knight and the Round Table), and he was voted one of the Most Influential Minorities in Cable by Cable World Magazine.Townsend has recently returned in front of the camera to star opposite Angela Bassett in the faith based film Of Boys and Men (2008). He has also directed Golden Globe winner Ving Rhames in a biopic about the troubled boxing legend Sonny Liston entitled Phantom Punch (2008). Townsend also directed Why We Laugh: Black Comedians on Black Comedy (2009), a comedy documentary on the history of African America Comedians from slavery to present, with interviews including such legends as Bill Cosby, Dick Gregory, Chris Rock and the Wayans. As a Hollywood Icon and humanitarian, Townsend's mission is to create quality programming for everyone to enjoy and to create a classic body of work that would be timeless.
Michael J. PaganBirth date: 6 February 1957, Chicago, Illinois, USADescription: Michael J. Pagan is an actor and producer, known for Fallen (1998), See No Evil (2006) and How Stella Got Her Groove Back (1998).
Alex DatcherBirth date: 6 June 1962, Chicago, Illinois, USADescription: Alex Datcher was born on June 6, 1962 in Chicago, Illinois, USA as Cynthia Alex Datcher. She is an actress, known for Passenger 57 (1992), Body Bags (1993) and Goode Behavior (1996).
Sherman HemsleyBirth date: 1 February 1938, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USADescription: Sherman Hemsley played characters known to be wise-cracking, "Weezy" loving, boisterous fools which America and the entire world laughed with kindheartedly. Sherman Alexander Hemsley, Air Force veteran and actor, was born on Feb. 1, 1938 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His father, William Hemsley, worked at a printing press while his mother worked at various factories during the war. As a child, Hemsley was introduced to acting during school where the teachers would ask students to play different characters. The first play he did as a kid in school was about fire prevention and Hemsley played the fire. He eventually ended up dropping out of school and joined the Air Force. During his adolescence he never considered acting as a profession until after he served in the military. Hemsley then moved from south Philadelphia where he had spent most of his life to New York City. He worked as a post office clerk during the day and actor during the night. He considered New York the best place to be as it had several acting workshops and theater companies such as The Negro Ensemble Company (NEC)founded by Robert Hooks which helped actors/actresses obtain roles on theater, television and movies. His former co-star, Roxie Roker, was also part of the NEC alumni. Hemsley made his professional acting debut on the Broadway play, Purlie, and toured with the show for a year. In 1971, while on tour for Purlie, he received a call from producer/creator/writer Norman Lear. Lear wanted Hemsley to audition for a role which was going to be part of his sitcom All in the Family (1971). Due to his commitment to the Purlie project, Hemsley declined the role. Norman Lear said he would have the role open for him and Hemsley joined the cast two years later. Hemsley and co-star, Isabel Sanford were chosen to do a spin off of the show All In The Family called The Jeffersons (1975). Despite the age difference between Hemsley and Sanford (twenty years apart), many described their on-screen marriage as truly hilarious. Hemsley was nominated for a Golden Globe for his outstanding performance as George Jefferson. The Jeffersons turned out to be a success spanning eleven seasons ending in 1985. After The Jeffersons, Hemsley steadily started working on other projects and in 1986 joined the NBC sitcom Amen (1986) where he played religious deacon Ernest Frye. The show ran for five seasons until 1991. Hemsley then made his debut as a voice actor as part of the ABC live action-puppet series, Dinosaurs (1991). Hemsley played Bradley P. Richfield, Earl's cruel boss. The show ran successfully for four seasons. In 1997, the remaining cast of The Jeffersons had a reunion on the Rolonda (1994) talk show, still having the same charm they did decades ago. Isabel Sanford and Sherman Hemsley made television guest appearances together on well-known television programs such as The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990) and were in commercials for The Gap, Old Navy and Denny's. Hemsley and Marla Gibbs guest starred on the TBS show House of Payne (2006) in 2011. Sherman Hemsley will be remembered as an actor who was on shows that addressed serious issues but also one who brought laughter into homes every week.
Kevin ConnollyBirth date: 5 March 1974, New York City, New York, USADescription: Kevin Connolly was born on March 5, 1974 in New York City, New York, USA. He is an actor and director, known for Entourage (2004), The Notebook (2004) and Unhappily Ever After (1995).
Olivia BurnetteBirth date: 24 March 1977, San Clemente, California, USADescription: Olivia Burnette began her acting career at the tender age of 6. The most notable of her first acting jobs was in Planes, Trains & Automobiles (1987) opposite comic superstar Steve Martin.After several television appearances, Olivia was cast as the lead in the down-home series The Torkelsons (1991), playing Dorothy Jane.Olivia continued her television career with a few television movies, before being cast in The Quick and the Dead (1995), which allowed her to work with such actors as Gene Hackman, Sharon Stone and Russell Crowe.Olivia continued her work on the big screen in Eye for an Eye (1996) with director John Schlesinger, and got the opportunity to play Sally Field's daughter as well as be brutalized in a controversial scene by Kiefer Sutherland.Determined to obtain a college degree, Olivia left Los Angeles to attend the prestigious NYU, Tisch School of the Arts. She graduated with not one but two majors: Film and English. After school, she was inspired to buy the rights to a novel and adapted it into a screenplay, which is currently being shopped.Most recently, Olivia has been seen in the hit television show CSI: NY (2004) along with Oscar nominated Gary Sinise and Emmy nominated Melina Kanakaredes, and in the naval drama NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (2003) with Mark Harmon.Her most recent feature film entitled Flourish (2006), which also stars Jennifer Morrison and Jesse Spencer from the hit Fox drama House M.D. (2004), premiered at the world renowned Cinequest Film Festival 2006, as well being screened at the Cannes Film Market in 2006.She currently resides in Southern California with her husband, singer/songwriter/producer Julian Sakata, and her five year old stepson, Rain.
Kasan ButcherBirth date: 7 April 1973, Glen Cove, Long Island, New York, USADescription: Every so often, a prodigy is born of immeasurable talent and potential... Kasan Butcher doesn't really fall into this category, but he's a nice guy nonetheless. His tireless journey began 32 years ago in Glen Cove, New York on April 7, 1973. His childhood was, well, uneventful due in large part to his being an introvert. Most parents have trouble keeping tabs on their kids' whereabouts. They wonder and worry if their children are safe when they are not at home. Kasan's parents did not have this problem; in fact, they used to beg him to leave the house. They often used the phrase, `Why don't you go somewhere!' It seemed hopeless. Although Kasan was about as shy as one person can get, he was a clown and loved entertaining his friends and family. His mother would always tell him that she was going to put him on TV to make her some money. This got him to thinking. After graduating high school, Kasan slowly began to break out of his shell and surprised everyone by announcing that, he wanted to pursue an acting career. One day he went to an open call audition at a casting agency and it changed his life. Soon after the open call he booked his first commercial, it was only background work, but it was a commercial nonetheless. As with everything in nature with good comes bad, doing the commercial costs Kasan his day job. Conundrum: does he risk losing every job he holds until he can support himself with just acting (which could take forever), or bank on faith? Somehow, he combined the two, did several commercials and countless student films in New York, before deciding to take on Hollywood. He arrived in Los Angeles with a group of aspiring actors and was supposed to stay a week, seven years later he is still plugging away. Kasan's battle for success in the early stages was rough. He tried his best to shake it off and keep going, but rejection is never easy. Finding comfort in the little things made life bearable. Unhappy at work, homesick and loneliness started to take its toll. As we, all know success may be elusive, but it is out there. After a heart to heart with a very wise and close friend, Kasan proceeded to book his first national commercial, then his second. He worked on a USC short film that won him an award for "Best actor in a short" at a well-known film festival. He followed that up with appearances on shows like "The Parent'Hood", "Any Day Now", "Boston Public" and "Sabrina". Reuniting with actor/writer/director/producer Robert Townsend, Kasan helped make history by becoming a member of the first family of black superheroes in "Disney Channel's Up, Up, and Away". On returning from Vancouver, he earned a spot on "Malcolm in the Middle" and was recurring for the entire second season. Kasan's most challenging role and to some his best performance came on "MTV's Undressed" where he played a character who starts out gay, but turns straight. Achieving a personal milestone, he books his first guest-starring role on "One on One". Kasan supported a talented cast in the low budget horror film "Drive-In", and followed that up with his first starring role in the feature "Tapped Out". Pilot season is not always kind, but he managed to get a piece of the pie by booking "ACES". Warner Bros. passed on the pilot, but booking "Jeepers Creepers II" brought back that infectious smile of his. Returning to the short film circuit landed him in "Instinct vs. Reason", yet again playing a superhero. Lightning striking twice? His most recent endeavor finds him mercilessly harassing the President's daughter on "Commander in Chief". All of these experiences are what prepared him for, in his opinion, his greatest accomplishment. Writing, producing, financing (which he's still hurting from), and starring in "El Mariachi Negro". A black Mariachi who can't sing, play an instrument or speak Spanish. Semi-autobiographical, it holds a special place in his heart, and, as stated earlier, his wallet. He has not figured out yet if it is luck or talent that has gotten him this far, but whatever it is Kasan Butcher is thankful for each and every one of his blessings.
Arreale DavisBirth date: 17 June 1990Description: Arreale Davis was born on June 17, 1990. She is known for her work on Up, Up, and Away! (2000), Elevator (2006) and Puzzled.
Chris MarquetteBirth date: 3 October 1984, Stuart, Florida, USADescription: Christopher Marquette was born in Stuart, Florida, on October 3, 1984. He began modeling at the age of four in Dallas, Texas. He landed his screen acting debut at the age of eight, starring as the son of Mira Sorvino in Sweet Nothing (1995). He played a lead in The Tic Code (1999) with the legendary Gregory Hines and on Broadway as Tiny Tim. His other big screen credits include Just Friends (2005), The Girl Next Door (2004) and Freddy vs. Jason (2003).On the Emmy-nominated and People's Choice Award-winning Joan of Arcadia (2003), Christopher brought romance. He starred as Adam Rove, the love interest for Joan (Amber Tamblyn). The romantic connection between Adam and Joan was enchanting. Christopher breathed life into Adam Rove's character--Adam was an artist, down to earth, vulnerable, loyal and honest. The touching and thunderous silences between Adam and Joan created and stirred the kind of romance every girl and many grown women long for, tossing Marquette's hat into the teen heartthrob arena. His small-screen credits include recurring roles on Showtime's Huff (2004) and Lifetime's Strong Medicine (2000). He guest-starred on ER (1994), 7th Heaven (1996), Judging Amy (1999) and Touched by an Angel (1994).Christopher starred in American Gun (2005), released at 2005 Toronto Film Festival. He stars with Justin Timberlake, Sharon Stone, Bruce Willis and rejoins Emile Hirsch in the Nick Cassavetes-directed Alpha Dog (2006), premiering at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival. The story is inspired by the real-life story of Jesse James Hollywood, a drug dealer who became the youngest fugitive ever on the FBI's Most Wanted list. Christopher plays Keith Stratten, a member of Jesse's drug posse. He completed filming an independent film "Graduation and The Invisible" (Spyglass Entertainment). Christopher has been cast as the lead in Mindfire Entertainment's _Calvin Marshall (2007)_ in the lead role.Christopher is the oldest of the three Marquette brothers. They began their careers with a boost from their parents. Sean Marquette, the youngest, says his brother Christopher is his inspiration. Sean stars in 13 Going on 30 (2004) and has a recurring role in Still Standing (2002). The Marquettes enjoy helping each other for upcoming roles. The middle brother, Eric Marquette, starred on Desperate Housewives (2004), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000) and Malcolm in the Middle (2000).Acting is self-exploration for Christopher. He works at bringing his audience an original piece of work every time he performs. What makes Christopher different from other actors is his keen observation of people. Edward Norton, Peter Sarsgaard, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Daniel Day-Lewis have all influenced him.Christopher believes he is blessed with all of the opportunities within the entertainment industry. He donates his time to the Sunshine Foundation, the Cancer Society, Special Olympics and Pediatrics AIDS. Christopher lives with his family in Los Angeles.
Jamie Renée SmithBirth date: 10 April 1987, New York City, New York, USADescription: Jamie Renée Smith was born on April 10, 1987 in New York City, New York, USA. She is known for her work on Dante's Peak (1997), Weeds (2005) and True Blood (2008).
Joan PringleBirth date: 2 June 1945, New York City, New York, USADescription: Joan Pringle was born on June 2, 1945 in New York City, New York, USA. She is an actress and writer, known for General Hospital (1963), The White Shadow (1978) and Original Sin (2001). She is married to Vernon L. Bolling. She was previously married to Teddy Wilson.
Nancy SorelBirth date: 14 May 1964Description: Nancy Sorel was born on May 14, 1964. She is an actress, known for Less Than Kind (2008), Heaven Is for Real (2014) and Cashing In (2009).
Benita HaBirth date: 14 May 1964Description: Her acting career began in Halifax when she was a series regular host on the CBC National award-winning teen show,Street Cents (1989), which she was on for 6 years.Since moving to Vancouver she has had Principal and Guest Starring roles in over 30 television episodes including _"Psych"(2006)_, and Smallville (2001) and a recurring role on the series V and Stargate SG-1 (1997) . Benita also has over 20 feature film credits to her name including X-Men: The Last Stand (2006),and her latest feature film,Case 39 (2009) , starring Renée Zellweger, which was just released this January.
Jim SmithBirth date: 14 May 1964Description: Jim Smith is an actor, known for Mystic River (2003), The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! (1988) and Man of the House (1995).
Ty OlssonBirth date: 28 January 1974, Halifax, Nova Scotia, CanadaDescription: Ty Olsson was born on January 28, 1974 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada as Tyler Olsson. He is an actor, known for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 (2011), Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011) and X2 (2003). He was previously married to Leanna Nash.
Craig MarchBirth date: 28 January 1974, Halifax, Nova Scotia, CanadaDescription: Craig has accumulated over 100 film, television and stage credits with appearances on Wayward Pines, The Killing, Alcatraz, and Fringe, with Guest Star roles on the TV series The Dead Zone, Romeo!, DaVinci's Inquest, Cold Squad and The Chris Isaak Show. Lead roles include the made-for-TV movies, Jinnah on Crime:Pizza 911, Fatal Performance and He Sees You When You're Sleeping. Some of his favorite film credits include The Big White, Along Came a Spider, MVP2 and the indie gems, Even Lambs Have Teeth, Suspension, and The Rhino Brothers. He also has extensive experience on stage playing such diverse roles as Brutus in Julius Caesar and Mitch in A Streetcar Named Desire. His directorial debut, The Beast of Bottomless Lake, for Provost Pictures garnered Best Feature Film at the Mississauga Independent Film Festival as well as the People's Choice Award at the Okanagan International Film Festival.
Mitchell KostermanBirth date: 4 February 1958, Vancouver, British Columbia, CanadaDescription: Mitch was born and raised in British Columbia. He started his acting career in 1987. He is best known for his work on Smallville (2001) as Sheriff Ethan Miller. Catch Mitch in the upcoming flick White Noise (2005) starring Michael Keaton. He has three children: Cassandra, Stuart, and Jack. Mitch likes spending time with his family watching movies. He also enjoys reading and writing.
Derek LeeBirth date: 4 February 1958, Vancouver, British Columbia, CanadaDescription: Derek Lee is known for his work on Rush (2013), Millions (2004) and Restoration (1995).
Scott OwenBirth date: 4 February 1958, Vancouver, British Columbia, CanadaDescription: Scott Owen is known for his work on Outlander (2008), Hobo with a Shotgun (2011) and The Delicate Art of Parking (2003).
Shawn MacdonaldBirth date: 4 February 1958, Vancouver, British Columbia, CanadaDescription: Shawn Macdonald is an actor, known for Grave Encounters (2011), This Boy's Life (1993) and Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2 (2004).
Ellie HarvieBirth date: 7 April 1965, Belleville, Ontario, CanadaDescription: Ellie Harvie was born on April 7, 1965 in Belleville, Ontario, Canada as Elinor Anne Harvie. She is an actress and writer, known for The New Addams Family (1998), The Cabin in the Woods (2012) and Happy Gilmore (1996).
Denise LabossièreBirth date: 7 April 1965, Belleville, Ontario, CanadaDescription: Denise Labossière is an actress, known for Up, Up, and Away! (2000) and Dead Man's Gun (1997).
Charles Andrew PayneBirth date: 20 November 1966, Grenada, British West Indies [now Grenada]Description: Charles was raised by his grandparents in Grenada until age 8 when they sent him to live with his Father, stepmother and stepsisters in Vancouver Canada in 1975. He made the life changing trip as an unaccompanied minor and it was his first time on an airplane. Charles started his entertainment career as a model and was "discovered" by a casting director at a fashion show and that meeting led to his first commercial and then television role. He has has two children from his second marriage, Cael Payne and stepson Austin Reid. He has been married to Dalyce Reid-Payne since 2007.
Dave HospesBirth date: 20 November 1966, Grenada, British West Indies [now Grenada]Description: Dave Hospes is known for his work on Inception (2010), Watchmen (2009) and X2 (2003).
Yuka KobayashiBirth date: 3 August 1973, Edmonton, Alberta, CanadaDescription: Yuka Kobayashi was born on August 3, 1973 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. She is known for her work on The Day After Tomorrow (2004), Final Destination (2000) and Dark Angel (2000).
Kit MalletBirth date: 3 August 1973, Edmonton, Alberta, CanadaDescription: Kit got his start in film in the late 80's. After 20 plus years performing stunts on some of the biggest action films. Doubling Benjamin Bratt and Arnold Schwarzenegger he made a name for himself in the toughest area of the film world. Kit made his way into directing action for movies and television as well as directing films from Europe to Asia. After a life changing accident almost killing him and leaving him partially paralyzed on the film A-Team, he recovered and developed the world's lightest and possibly the most precise 3D rig in the world today. He is considered by some of the biggest Hollywood's executives to be "one of the few trusted producers of 3D". As Co-Founder of 3D Evolution, he is bringing to the Screen and "New Media" world a new approach to filmmaking in not only 3D but in 360 video and Virtual Reality.Today, Kit is producing a wide variety of films and television projects in partnership with many top industry professionals including Emmy and Oscar winners.
Directors of "Up, Up, and Away"
Robert TownsendBirth date: 6 February 1957, Chicago, Illinois, USADescription: Robert Townsend transcends any medium he touches whether he's performing stand up, acting, writing, directing, producing, or running a television n...
Creators of "Up, Up, and Away"
Dan BerendsenBirth date: 1964Description: Dan Berendsen was born in 1964. He is a writer and producer, known for Baby Daddy (2012), Hannah Montana: The Movie (2009) and The Cheetah Girls: O...
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