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Roger Velasco was born in Melrose on March 27, 1977 and was raised in Bell Gardens, California. He was extremely active and involved in various sports. He played soccer since he was 5 and also ran Cross Country for his Palos Verdes High School team. At the age of 11 Roger Velasco and his family moved to South Gate, California. Roger finished his high school career at South Gate Senior High after being moved from different high schools. Right after high school Roger was recruited by a manager and agent and began his career as a model. At the age of 19 he appeared in a lead role as Carlos, in Power Rangers Turbo and then Power Ranges in Space. Roger Velasco has two siblings Marisol who is 4 years younger than he, and Carlos who is 10 years younger. He has a warm and loving family and is still pursuing his dream of acting.

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Lar’s five-year, two character role on “Knots Landing” (1990) offered her the opportunity to work with such luminaries as: Michele Lee, William Devane, Kathleen Quinlan, Mario Van Peebles, Michael Landon, and Angela Lansbury. She has been a featured guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show (1986) and Entertainment Tonight (1981), plus numerous local and syndicated talk and radio shows. Lar produced & directed a serious short about racial discrimination, “Black and White.” Lar has survived breast cancer, stalkers, and was widowed with young children. Her daughter, Piper Lincoln, also an actor, lives in France and her son, Trevor is a college campus minister. Lar took an LA break, and returned to Texas after losing her husband and parents to raise her children. She has written one book, Get Started, Not Scammed, and is completing her auto biography, Lucky Girl. While appearing graceful & sexy on camera, she often jokes that “In real life, I’m a walking Lucy Ball !” Her most recent projects have been the Sci-fiction film “Expulsion” and several independent film projects. Lar enjoys traveling and appearing at fan conventions, coaching actors and collecting poodles!

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Ryan Lambert is an actor, writer and musician best known for his role as the iconic cool “Rudy” in the cult hit The Monster Squad (1987). Recently, Ryan co-hosted the digital short film series “Short Ends” (w/ Andre Gower) for Nerdist/Legendary Studios. Along with his numerous television and film credits, his years as a lead performer on the syndicated hit show “Kids Incorporated” has cemented his place in pop-culture history. Currently, Ryan can be found recording music, watching the LA Dodgers and celebrating the 35th anniversary of The Monster Squad with legions of loyal fans at appearances, conventions and screenings.

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Strong-featured Australian actor Vernon Wells was born December 1945 in Rushworth, rural Victoria, to Eva Maude (Jackson) and Michael Wells. He initially worked in a quarry, and then as a salesman. He was noticed by casting agents and started to appear in Australian TV commercials, print ads, local Australian TV shows such as “Homicide” and “Matlock Police”. His first cinema appearance was a minor role in Felicity (1978), a low budget, erotic fantasy film. However, Wells was then fortunate to be cast as the homicidal biker “Wez”, in the big budget The Road Warrior (1981) filmed around Silverton near Broken Hill in outback New South Wales, Australia. It’s the role for which he is probably best known to international audiences, as Wells portrays a psychotic, post apocalyptic gang leader who relentlessly pursues hero Mel Gibson, before meeting a spectacular death at the film’s finale. Hollywood beckoned for Wells, and he spoofed his mad biker role in the popular teen comedy Weird Science (1985), before taking on another villainous role as the treacherous ex-soldier “Bennett”, who foolishly double crosses Arnold Schwarzenegger in Commando (1985). Once more, Wells meets a dramatic end, as he is impaled against a boiler at the film’s conclusion, as big Arnold remarks “Let off some steam, Bennett”. Wells continued to find regular work as a “villain” of one description or another, predominantly in B-grade thrillers or action films including Last Man Standing (1987), Circuitry Man (1990), Kick of Death (1997) and Starforce (2000). The talented Wells then landed a recurring role as futuristic criminal “Ransik” in the highly popular “Power Rangers” TV series, and subsequent series of films including _Power Rangers Time Force: Photo Finish (2001)_, _Power Rangers Time Force: The End of Time (2002)_ and _Power Rangers Time Force: Dawn of Destiny (2002)_.

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The former child actor Paris Themmen was born on June 25th, 1959 in Boston, Massachusetts, the self-proclaimed “Hub” of the Universe, to classical musicians. Young Paris first appeared on stage in 1965, while his parents were performing in summer stock in Michigan. After the family returned to New York, NY after the summer season closed, Themmen’s mother sought an agent for the tyro actor. His on-screen career began with a TV commercial for bubble bath, the first of over two score TV and radio commercials and voice overs. On stage in New York City in the late ’60s, Themmen appeared in the classic Euripides play “Iphegenia in Aulis” at the Circle in the Square Theatre in the 1967-68 season with Irene Papas, and was a replacement in the long-running Broadway musical “Mame” in 1968, appearing in support of Ann Miller in the title role. In 1970, he appeared in the first version of Roald Dahl‘s “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”, as “Mike Tee Vee” in Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971). He subsequently appeared on Broadway in the musical “The Rothschilds”, as a replacement in the role of Young Jacob Rothschild, and continued on in the role for the national your. After entering adolescence, Themmen abandoned his child acting career when he was 14. He went to New York University, where he received his Bacherlor of Fine Arts degree. In business he has worked at a variety of jobs including Real Estate Broker, Walt Disney Imagineer and Financial Advisor and in Los Angeles running commerical casting sessions.

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William E. Wirth is an American actor, film producer, and artist, perhaps best known for his role as Dwayne in the 1987 film, The Lost Boys. Wirth attended Collegiate Prep School in Manhattan and Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. Discovered by photographer Bruce Weber while at Brown University, he started modeling in New York City in the mid 80s for such magazines as Seventeen, GQ, Interview, and teen magazines. While at Brown he did his first Diet Pepsi Commercial before moving on to television and movies. His first television show was The Equalizer and moved to LA to start an acting career. His first movie was Seven Minutes In Heaven. Fifteen years later he is fine tuning his craft and has moved on to being behind the camera. Besides acting, he is also serious about writing, directing, and his artwork is showing in many California galleries. Having completed a Short Film, Kismet, in 1999, he moved on to his first full length Independent film, MacArthur Park, for which he was the writer, director and producer. The film was screened at the Sundance Film Festival 2001 (Grand Prize nominee), Taos Talking Picture Festival (Land Grant nominee), and Seattle International Film Festival 2001 as part of the Black Experience in Films. In the early 1990s Billy fronted a rock band in LA called Dust N’Bones. He works off and on with a band called “The Cronies” and they are still in the working stage of a new acoustic CD with music written by Wirth and Steven Costentino. Billy seems to have found his calling behind the scenes of movie making and at the present time is working on a documentary that combines the plight of the homeless, one of Billy’s long time interests, and behind the making of MacArthur Park. He changed management in 2007 by going with John Crosby Management of LA and will be working with manager looking for acting and directing projects. He has also opened his own online Art Gallery and completed a new film The Drone Virus, plus a feature for director Andrew Wagner called The Talent Given Us.

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