Native Canadian, Anne-Marie Martin made her American acting debut in the LA theatre scene in Theatre West's "The Good Doctor" and other plays by Chekov, and American dramatists. In the 1980s, Martin transitioned from theatre to the small screen where she worked intermittently under the stage name "Eddie Benton." | | She had guest roles in television programs like "Wonder Woman," "Dr. Strange," "T.J. Hooker,"" Streets of San... Read More →
After college, Harrison started his acting studies at the famed Actors Studio, with Lee Strasberg, where he is a lifetime member. After which, he attended Milton Katselas’s classes, where he also taught classes. From those experiences, Harrison forged a sense of himself as an artist. He began to act in plays, film and television.
As a boy, Harrison was a movie fanatic. There were few movies he did not see. The film that struck... Read More →
David Rasche began his career at Chicago’s famed cabaret, “The Second City. His Broadway credits include: "Speed-The-Plow” (David Mamet), "Lunch Hour,” with Gilda Radner, (dir. Mike Nichols), "Loose Ends (Michael Weller)," and "The Shadow Box." Off-Broadway credits include: “Little Miss Sunshine,” directed and written by James Lapine, music by Bill Finn, Chekhov’s “The Seagull&rdquo... Read More →
Alan Spencer is a writer, producer and director best known for creating and producing “Sledge Hammer!” The popular TV series has achieved worldwide cult status and remains a perennial favorite on DVD and digital download. A native of Southern California, Spencer broke into the business at age 14 by selling jokes to stand-up comedians. “All this was done through the mail, so none of the comics ever knew how... Read More →
Cole Stratton wears a lot of hats. Not literal ones, as he has a tiny head and it just doesn't look right. He is the co-founder of SF Sketchfest, the San Francisco Comedy Festival, a month-long annual event highlighting the best in improv, sketch, stand-up, TV and film comedy. Now in its fifteenth year, the festival has featured performers like Tenacious D, Conan O'Brien, Alan Arkin, Gene Wilder, The Kids in the Hall, The State, Mr. Show, Garry... Read More →
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