James Patrick Stuart

James Patrick Stuart was born in Hollywood, California. He is an actor, known for All My Children (1970), Pretty Woman (1990) and It’s Complicated (2009). His other Feature film credits include Imagine That with Eddie Murphy, Something Wicked with the late Brittany Murphy, and It’s Complicated opposite Meryl Streep.  He played Confederate Colonel Edward Porter Alexander in the 1993 film Gettysburg and its 2003 prequel Gods and Generals.

The son of two British immigrants, James Patrick Stuart’s first appearance was at the age of 12 in the short lived sci-fi series, Galactica 1980.  His role in the Julia Roberts favorite Pretty Woman quickly propelled him into his role in soap opera All My Children, earning him an Emmy Award nomination in 1992. His next film would be the Garry Marshall directed “Exit to Eden” with Rosie O’Donnell and Dan Ackroyd, then leading him to the life changing role of Brett, Elaine’s egocentric, furniture designing boyfriend in an popular episode of Seinfeld, followed by an appearance as a French Ski instructor with the hots for Niles on a critically acclaimed episode of Frasier. His next challenge would be simultaneous series regular roles on two sitcoms; NBC’s Encore, starring Nathan Lane, and CBS’s The Simple Life with Judith Light.  He then joined another Emmy award nominated and ground breaking sitcom, Fox’s Andy Richter Controls the Universe. During the last several years, Stuart has continued to enjoy an extremely prolific television career, joining the casts of several incredibly funny network comedy pilots with Steve Carell, Janine Garaffallo, Jennifer Love-Hewitt, Chris Kattan and Heather Graham. He also maintained recurring roles on popular network hits such as CSI, The Closer, Still Standing, and 90210.   Most recently, James has been seen on the ABC hit How to Get Away with Murder, the CBS comedy Two Broke Girls and CBS’ The Mentalist.  He also maintains a very successful voice over career having earned several award nominations for his work in wildly popular The Penguins of Madagascar on Nickelodeon.

Jim Storm

James “Jim” Storm is an American actor who is best known for his role as Gerard Stiles on Dark Shadows. Storm’s first TV appearance was as Dr. Larry Wolek on One Life to Live, a role he played from 1968 to 1969. His brother, Michael Storm, followed him in the role. In the storyline, Jim’s Larry Wolek was badly burned in a fire and underwent plastic surgery, and Michael’s Larry Wolek was revealed when the bandages were removed. This new plot device would prove so successful that many other shows, including Dynasty (and One Life to Live itself in later years), would use it when recasting key characters.
Jim Storm next portrayed Gerard Stiles on Dark Shadows from 1970 to 1971, reprising the role in the 1971 film Night of Dark Shadows. More recently, he played the contract roles of Neil Fenmore on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless and Bill Spencer, Sr. on The Bold and the Beautiful.

Mindy Robinson

Mindy Robinson is based in LA where she has appeared in more than 150 TV shows and films. She has been a recurring guest star on all 3 seasons of the TBS show “King of the Nerds” and has upcoming lead roles in the following projects due out in 2016; “Range 15” with William Shatner, “You Can’t Have It” with Armand Assante, and “Check Point” with William Forsyth and Bill Goldberg.

Rajesh Vivek

Rajesh Vivek was an Indian actor who is best known to Hindi movie audiences for his role of the astrologer Guran in Lagaan or as the Postman/Postmaster in Swades. He had also played role of Ved Vyasa, author of the Mahabharata in block buster Indian epic Mahabharat (TV series).
He made his mark as a villain in the beginning with films like Veerana and Joshilay, often playing roles of henchman – but later on he started doing comedic/supporting roles.
Rajesh Vivek’s other credits include Mujhse Shaadi Karogi, What’s Your Raashee?, and Bunty Aur Babli. He is also noted for his roles in the historic TV series Bharat Ek khoj. His best acting was seen in the TV Serial “Aghori” which is his horror best. He was roped in for an ad series of Cadbury 5 star as the father of the two sons. He died in January 2016 during the filming of an unannounced Bollywood movie where he had key supporting role.

Surendra Singh

Surendra Singh is an established Indian actor and known for his work in very successful Bollywood feature films like LOC: Kargil (2003), Asambhav (2004), and Veer (2010). He has also done modelling and worked in some popular Indian TV shows.
Surendra has done extensive work with many award winning directors and big production houses. He is very passionate about martial arts and has garnered unique skills in the area. He is also involved in film production and has recently spent significant time in LA, working with many international level cast and crew.

Akshay Verma

Akshay Verma is Mumbai based international actor and has worked in many popular TV serials and films. After his theatrical success in Russia, he settled in Mumbai and has worked in many popular TV serials like Savdhan India, Addalat. Crime Petrol, and Namak Haraam.He is also actively working with Indo-Russian Theater as well as many government agencies for public awareness promotions and commercials.
Akshay made his name as mean & corrupt police inspector in Bollywood film Lakeer Ka Fakeer (2013) where he played a role of Inspector Lokhande. His latest films are Bombay Velvet and Kick.

Pari Patel

Pari Patel is an Indian TV and film actress – A perfect choice of our director after conducting countless auditions throughout India to find a purely innocent and naïve looking face to properly justify the role in American Gandhi.
Pari Patel has worked in many mythological TV serials and regional films. She has also done many theater dramas. Currently she is working at Laxmi Studio (one of the largest film / TV studio in Gujarat, India) where she is undertaking multiple roles, including several lead roles.


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