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Here at The Scarlet Abbey our sole objective is to provide the client with a great appearance experience at any event.

We invite new clients to join The Scarlet Abbey and instantly, the client will notice the difference between us and other booking agencies. We pride ourselves with quality client service while maintaining a high level of professionalism, care, undivided attention, and compassion.

The Scarlet Abbey staff takes their time researching appearance events for the right “fit” for every client specifically, while providing a personalized approach with each client.

Our pledge to clients is simple and to the point
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Jason grew up just outside of Chicago. A talented athlete, Jason almost became a professional baseball player. Instead, he came out to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career. Jason makes his professional debut in Power Rangers Time Force.

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Johnny Yong Bosch was born on January 6, 1976 in Kansas City, Missouri, USA. He is an actor and director, known for Akira (1988), Ark Exitus (2020) and Bleach (2004). He has been married to Amy Bosch since March 21, 2003. They have two children.

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Karan has had a career as an Actress, Singer, TV host, Radio DJ, Podcaster, Writer and TV and Film Producer. Karan Ashley starred in the #1 children’s television show in the world as Aisha the Yellow Ranger in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. She was in two seasons of Power Rangers and the blockbuster 20th Century Fox produced movie, “Power Rangers the Movie.” Before Power Rangers, Karan began her entertainment career as a singer in the girl group KRUSH. KRUSH was signed to A&M Records and had their first single, “Let’s Get Together” on the Mo Money soundtrack. They worked under award winning producers, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. Karan earned a platinum record. Karan has worked with comedic legends like Steve Harvey, Cedric the Entertainer, Kenan Thomas and Kel Mitchel. She enjoyed guest star and recurring characters on, Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper, The Steve Harvey Show, One on One, The Parkers and Kenan & Kel. She has also enjoyed a career in writing and producing and has 2 independent films under her belt: Devon’s Ghost and Unto Thee. She reprised her role as Aisha in 2018 on the Interactive Gaming Power Rangers spinoff Hyper Force. She filmed the 30th Anniversary Special for Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, “Once and Always.” The special will appear on Netflix in 2023. She is also currently hosting and producing her Podcast, The Bop. The Blerd Official Podcast, where they discuss and review all things Nerdy and Pop Culture. Instagram: @karanashley Facebook: @officialkaranashley

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Ken Sagoes, born in Stockbridge, Georgia and raised in Atlanta, is an award winning writer and actor who has over 100 film, TV, and stage credits. He attended Kennesaw State University and studied writing and directing under the UCLA Extension program. Sagoes also studied under two entertainment legends, Edmund J. Cambridge and Marlon Brando. He’s a former staff writer with Paramount Television, won a CableAce Award and was a HUMANITAS Prize Finalist for writing and co-starring in Disney Channel’s “On Promised Land”. Sagoes has written fourteen plays and over thirty-five screenplays. As a stage actor, he has received several awards, including a NAACP Theater nomination for Ted Lange’s critically acclaimed play, “George Washington’s Boy”. In film, he is best known for the role of “Kincaid”, one of the Dream Warriors in the classic horror films, A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET, 3 & 4, making him the first African-American actor to survive a major horror film and return for a sequel. He’s also known for John Singleton’s “ROSEWOOD” as the loveable “Big Baby” and the role of “Darryl” with Martin Lawrence in the hit series, “What’s Happening Now”. In 1997, Sagoes founded GBC-Giving Back Corporation, a 501 (c) 3 organization that helps send inner city youth to summer camp and helps pay for books and supplies for college bound students. GBC also gives an Annual Toast/Roast to honor entertainment pioneers who have paved the way.

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Jamison Bret Newlander is best known for playing Alan Frog, one of the two vampire-hunting brothers, in The Lost Boys (1987), alongside Corey Feldman. He reprises his role as Alan Frog in the Lost Boys: The Thirst (2010), as he and Feldman fight side-by-side again for what’s been celebrated as the return of the Frog Brothers. Jamison also makes an appearance as Alan Frog in one of the alternative endings for Lost Boys: The Tribe (2008). Jamison was born on April 2, 1970 in Los Angeles, California. At the age of two his parents divorced. He wore leg braces from ages seven to nine due to a condition called Osteochondritis of the epiphysis of the femur. Inspired by the doctors he was surrounded with at a young age, he decided that he wanted to be an orthopaedic surgeon. His mother suggested he did commercials to get money for medical school. Ironically, this instead lead him to a career in acting. Launching his career as a teenager, Jamison starred in several in commercials and theatre plays. In 1987 he starred in The Lost Boys, before going on to appear in the 1988 remake of The Blob. He also appeared and opposite Jason Bateman and Valery Harper in the TV show “Valerie,” and River Phoenix in the TV movie “Circle of Violence: A Family Drama.” A graduate of Beverly Hills High School, he went on to get a BFA in acting at NYU, and acted on stages in New York, Vermont, Kentucky and California throughout his 20s. While doing theater, Newlander began writing and became an award-winning playwright with his 1996 play “Remember This” at Actors Theatre of Louisville. He put all of his talents together (writing, directing and acting) for his film “Rooster,” which played on the film festival circuit, most notably at the Hamptons International Film Festival in 2003. In 2002, he married fellow actress Hanny Landau. Since then, he has played small roles in multiple movies, including “Bone Tomahawk,” alongside Kurt Russel. Jamison’s latest project, WikisoapTM, is the first ever user-created soap opera on the web. He also co-hosts a short bi-weekly podcast called “The Jamison Newlander and Some Other Guy Show” with an unidentified co-host. Now, he writes for a living and is currently working on his play “The Virtual Adventures of Riff-Cat Polito” Recently, he had a cameo appearance as a police officer in “The Tale of Two Coreys,” the movie documenting the lives of his Lost Boys co-stars Corey Haim and Corey Feldman. Today he has two sons and an impressive range of work under his belt.

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