Terrance Zdunich is an American performer, writer, composer, & illustrator known for his roles as GraveRobber in “Repo! The Genetic Opera”, Lucifer in “The Devil’s Carnival” series, and Mister Tender in “American Murder Song”, all projects he dreamed up and oversaw from script to stage and screen. Terrance’s artwork can be seen in the award-winning comic book series “The Molting” and is on display in Repo!’s motion comic sequences. His voice can be heard on an upcoming album from “American Murder Song” this fall.



A graduate of Circle in the Square Theatre School, Michelle has appeared inover 100 films and television shows. Perhaps best known for her role as thebeloved Nora Allen on CW’s The Flash. A hit show that ran for 9 seasons,Michelle played multiple characters including Nora Allen (mother of Barry Allen),The Speedforce, & Joan Williams. Audiences will also recognize her from hitshows: House, Cold Case, Navy NCIS, Emily Owens M.D. & Darrow and Darrow.Her film appearances include: Paycheck, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Love Happens,and most recently Re:Uniting starring alongside Jesse L. Martin.On her time off, Michelle fronts a band called Ginger 66, and spends time withher family on a little island in the Pacific Northwest. Charities close to her heartare Brave Canada (for vulnerable girls and teens), THE PEKA PROJECT (anorphanage for older kids in Lesotho, Africa, and ongoing anti-racism work.



At age 20, Cardenas left his native Texas and settled in Los Angeles to audition for a Mighty Morphin Power Rangers role that would change his life. His character, Rocky DeSantos, replaced Jason Lee Scott as the Red Ranger in the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers TV series, and later became the Blue Zeo Ranger for Power Rangers Zeo. He had no previous acting experience and had to learn on the job. Cardenas left the Power Rangers series and retired from acting during Power Rangers Turbo, due to contract disagreements, and possibly to focus on his martial arts career.[4] Many years later, starting at the 2007 Power Morphicon convention, he began making convention appearances with other former cast members. After Power Rangers, he owns a martial arts studio in Burbank, California and one in his hometown of San Antonio. In 2009, he started a kids-specific program at Hollywood Brazilian jiu-jitsu studio in West Hollywood, and in 2011 he opened the Force/Balance Brazilian jiu-jitsu & Yoga school. Cardenas had become interested in Brazilian jiu-jitsu after losing a friendly match against “a blue belt in BJJ… [he] choked me out in 10 seconds! He was only training for a year and a half at that time and I had been training for 10 yrs. It was an immediate eye opener.” The style was more difficult for him to learn than other martial arts disciplines. He holds multiple awards from martial arts contests, including two Silver Medals at Copa Pacifica (2009 and 2011), Gold Medal winner of the 2009 American National Championship, Gold Medal in the 2010 Jujitsu Pro Gear Open, and Silver Medal in the 2010 No-Gi World Championships. In 2017, he starred in the short movie The Order alongside Austin St. John, Catherine Sutherland, David Yost, Johnny Yong Bosch, Paul Schrier, Karan Ashley, Walter Emanuel Jones, Erin Cahill, Blake Foster, Nakia Burrise, Hilary Shepard Turner, Dan Southworth, Alyson Sullivan, Deborah Estelle Phillips and Azim Rizk. For the first time since Power Rangers Turbo, Cardenas returned to the Power Rangers Franchise in Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel for the 25th anniversary episode reprising his role as Rocky DeSantos. He also reprised the role in the Netflix special, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Once & Always, which celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Power Rangers franchise.



Please welcome Michael Ornstein. Michael is an actor, writer and visual artist, best known for his role as Chucky on Sons of Anarchy and Mayans MC. Ornstein’s NYC stage career spans a stream of new plays from 1982 through 2006, and includes creating the role of Louis in the 1991 World Premiere of Angels in America at the Eureka Theater in San Francisco. His first film role was Crossing Delancey, where he played Peter Riegert’s brother, Mickey. His film and television credits include Sons of Anarchy, Mayans MC, Mob City, Homicide: Life on the Street, Third Watch, Seinfeld, NCIS: Los Angeles, New York Undercover, Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Hal Hartley’s film Book of Life and Robert Altman’s Kansas City.



David Fielding played the character of “Zordon” and provided the voice for the character for the first season of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1993) for Saban Entertainment. David holds two degrees in acting – a BFA from Texas State and an MFA from the University of Pittsburgh. In addition to his stage and film work, David has provided voice work for a number of popular PC video games, including Empire Earth and Dungeon Siege: Legends of Aranna. David resides in Texas, is an author with a dozen or so short stories in various anthologies and the first three of his Lincoln Bright novels (published by Caffeine & Ink) which are available now.



Don Most is probably best known for his co-starring role as Ralph in thelong running television series !Happy Days”. During this time, he workedwith such emerging talents as Ron Howard and Garry Marshall.More recent credits include the film Man”s Best Friend, where Don playsdefense attorney Ian Tapper. It premiered on Amazon Prime early in 2020.He also stars in the film Lost Heart which was released on Amazon in early2021, and which Don won Best Supporting Actor in a feature film at theICFF Film Festival.In 2021 alone, Don worked on four films – When George Got Murdered,ParallaxTale, Lifetime’s: Holiday In Sante Fe, and County Line: No Fear.And in 2022 he worked on the western, “Far Haven”, and also filmed“Unsung Hero”. Other recent credits include a recurring role on the hit TVshow – Glee, as well as starring roles in the indie films – Cult Cartel, TheYankles, Chez Upshaw, Campin’ Buddies and Follow.Most”s other feature film credits include ED TV, directed by Ron Howard;Crazy Mama, directed by Jonathan Demme, and The Great Buck Howard,starring John Malkovich.In recent television, Don shot the TV Pilot: Puckheads. Another pilot –!Harvest Time” in which he stars opposite Anson Williams, just premieredon YouTube, as well as !Old Buddies” starring opposite Robert Wuhl and“Scramble”, opposite Gail O’Grady as part of the new web series !ViralVignettes”. Don has won numerous awards in film festivals this past yearfor acting and directing in “Viral Vignettes”, including The Paris FilmFestival.Other television guest starring roles include Men Of A Certain Age, StarTrek:Voyager, Yes, Dear, The Crow, Sabrina, Sliders, Century City, DarkSkies”, and The Family Guy.Following in the footsteps of some of his peers, Don has now directed threefeature films. His first, The Last Best Sunday, had its World Premiere at theSeattle International Film Festival, and was a feature film winner at the Telluride IndieFest. Moola, starring William Mapother, Shailene Woodley, TreatWilliams, Daniel Baldwin, and Curtis Armstrong, premiered at The NewportBeach Film Festival, where it earned Most The Outstanding AchievementIn Directing Award. Don also directed Harley”s Hill, his first family film,which was recently seen on Showtime, Starz and Encore.In another area, Don has recently gone back to his first love – singing. Donhas always loved the standards/swing/big band style of music, and hasmounted his show – D Most Mostly Swinging. He has performed it at 54Below and The Cutting Room in NYC, Catalina”s Jazz Club in Hollywood,CA, and Vibratto”s and Vitello”s Jazz Club, in Los Angeles to great acclaim.Here is the review he got from !The Hollywood Times”: than-july/Don also has a CD out: !D Most Mostly Swinging”. It features an outstanding 17 piece band comprised of some of the top jazz/studio players in Los Angeles. He is currently working on a new CD with Nashville based producer, Tony Mantor. It will feature some jazz standards in a contemporary jazz setting, along with some classics from the 60″s and 70″s

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Anson Williams is best known for his Golden Globe nominated role on the series, “Happy Days.”  For over the past two decades he has been an award-winning television director and writer; directing over 300 hrs of television, including Star Trek, Steven Spielberg’s “SeaQuest,” Pretender, Lizzie Maguire, Melrose Place, Charmed, 90210,  Star Trek Voyager, Deep Space Nine, Hercules, Zena, HBO’s “All American Murder” starring Christopher Walken, Profiler, and the award winning, Shailene Woodley starring hit, “Secret Life of the American Teenager.” For his writing, Anson has won the prized Humanitus Award, and was honored by the National Association of Student Leaders. Anson was on the National board of USO and was instrumental in making the entertainment division profitable for the organization. Anson is also a successful entreprenuer, cofounding an international product and ad platform company. Anson has been honored by the United States Patent and Trademark Office for his expertise in product trademarking which included a speech by Anson along with the under Secretary Of Commerce. Anson inspired and supported by his famous uncle, Dr. Henry Heimlich, created the life saving product, Alert Drops, that has saved thousands of lives from drowsy driving. Alert Drops has been honored by the United States Congress, California State Senate, and the city of Los Angeles 



Who owns that incredible voice behind some of the world’s greatest characters? It’s likely it’s Ogie Banks III. As the verbal embodiment of many beloved superheroes and foes, Banks breathes life into some of the worlds most iconic characters on television, anime, film and video games. With over 25 years of experience, he makes every syllable stand out with uniqueness and clarity that keeps fans coming back for more. You can’t hold talent back, as Banks has proved time and again. He is a natural entertainer — he may be best known as a master of dynamic voice acting but has also proven himself a skilled actor, dancer, singer and writer. Ogie Banks is best known for his roles as Clawd Wolf in Monster High and Luke Cage and Miles Morales in Ultimate Spiderman. While his true passion lies in voicing well-known characters (he thrives on the interaction with his co-stars), he has also enthusiastically taken on projects in many well-known franchises such as Naruto, Barbie Dreamhouse Adventures, Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters, Red Dead Redemption II game and more. Banks is always striving to become an even more accomplished voice actor, propelled by the incredible roles he secures. His own interest as a fan of characters such as Spiderman, Naruto, Luke Cage and Stretch Armstrong brings everything he does to a personal level. Expect to see many more great things from this iconic man behind the voice.

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