Lance Henriksen is an American actor best known for his works in various science fiction, action and horror films, such as that of Bishop in the Alien film franchise, and Frank Black in Fox television series Millennium (1996–1999) and The X-Files (1999). He has also done extensive voice work for Kerchak the gorilla in the 1999 Walt Disney Feature Animation film Tarzan (1999), General Shepherd in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2009) and Fleet Admiral Steven Hackett (as well as Narl) in BioWare‘s Mass Effect video game trilogy (2007–2012). He also appeared as Vukovich in The Terminator, Chains Cooper in Stone Cold, and starred as Ed Harley in the cult horror film Pumpkinhead (1988).
David Lipper starred in his first TV series (Time Of Your Life/CTV) as a teenager as the key villain in the Canadian show, which ran for 150 episodes. He managed to still graduate on-time with a BFA in Musical Theater from Emerson College in Boston in 1991. Immediately following, David landed in Los Angeles, where he was testing for his first sitcom pilot (Step By Step) within weeks. David quickly signed with famed youth centered talent agent, Bonnie Liedtke and went on to shoot several pilots over the next few years, becoming the series star of Reality Check (opposite Hilary swank and Giovan Ribisi) by famed sitcom creators, Bright/Kaufman.Crane (Friends). By 1995, Warner Bothers had placed David on Full House as DJ’s boyfriend Viper. It was at this point Lipper also started to break away from strictly comedies, and played the lead antagonist Jace in She Fought Alone, opposite Tiffany Thiessen. There would be many more such villains over the next 15 years, including the title role (Ed Amos) in Lifetime’s The Black Widower, opposite Kelly McGillis, and Non-Stop, opposite Lacey Chabert (Lifetime, 2013). There have also been a string of Rom Coms along the way, including the romantic lead in See Jane Date, opposite Charisma Carpenter, Denise Richard’s husband in I Do But I Don’t, and another comedic turn in Love By Design, with Jane Seymour. Over the last few years, Lipper decided to play against the genre once again, and played the Nazi Kurt in the critically acclaimed Exodus To Shanghai and a leading heroic role in the horror film, Lost After Dark (Robert Patrick). Lipper enjoyed the horror experience so much he has continued on with the leading role of David in The Unwilling. David also has two new exciting recurring TV roles to announce. Stay tuned for an update!
She first appeared in the movie “Little Paradise”. In 2002, she appeared in the TV series “CSI: Miami”. In 2004, she appeared in another series “Boston Legal” and “CSI: NY” Audiences saw her in “Ghost Whisperer” and “Close to Home” as well. n 2006, she appeared in the blockbuster movie “Loving Annabelle”. In 2007, she got chance to work in “Room 33”. Then, she came up with the TV series “Dragonaut: The Resonance”.
She has already had success on both the TV and film side of Hollywood. She has played many roles in successful movies. Some of them are Breathing Room, Little Odessa, Room 33 and The Last Harbor and Dolphin Tale 2 which was released in 2014. She is also a producer on Dolphin Tale as well. She appeared in the lead role in the movie “Little Paradise” in 2013. She has recently finished working on the “Circle of Eight” which was released in 2015. Currently she is on the MTV series SCREAM 2.
This ravishingly beautiful auburn-haired actress landed her first job in Forest Whitaker’s made-for-cable film “Strapped” (HBO, 1993). Meyer gained the attention of the public in the recurring role of a professor’s wife who falls for Jason Priestley’s Brandon Walsh on the popular series “Beverly Hills, 90210” during the 1993-94 season. Meyer then segued to the big screen landing the leading female role of Jane, the computer-enhanced Amazonian hired to protect Keanu Reeves’ courier “Johnny Mnemonic” (1995). While the film failed to excite audiences, Meyer acquitted herself and was tapped to star opposite Dennis Quaid in Rob Cohen’s sword and sorcery epic “Dragonheart” (1996). Paul Verhoeven then tapped the novice for one of the leads in his sci-fi epic “Starship Troopers” (1997). Subsequently, the beauty displayed her comedic talents in the recurring role of Joey’s actress-girlfriend in the NBC sitcom “Friends” in 1997. Two years later, Meyer co-starred as a no-nonsense government employee in the short-lived UPN series “Secret Agent Man” (2000).
She is also known for her other performances in science fiction films like Birds of Prey and Star Trek Nemesis. She also starred as Detective Allison Kerry in the horror/thriller film Saw and its sequels as well. She has made many guest appearances and played one of the series regular roles in FOX’s Point Pleasant. Her additional guest star roles include Criminal Minds, Castle, The Mentalist, Burn Notice, and Nip/Tuck, and she has recurred on ABC’s Scoundrels, CW’s 90210, CBS’s CSI, and NCIS.
Robert Rusler – actor, athlete, writer, and natural performer – was born on September 20, 1965, in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He soon moved to Hawaii, where he lived on Waikiki Beach and started surfing and skateboarding on a semi-professional level. At a young age his family moved to Los Angeles, where he began his martial arts career and entered many competitions. Then the bug struck to become an actor and Robert, right out of high school, met his manager and began taking acting classes at the Loft Studio with Peggy Feury and William Traylor. Soon thereafter he landed his first starring role, opposite Anthony Michael Hall and Robert Downey Jr. in John Hughes Weird Science (1985). He then starred opposite Marshall Bell and Robert Englund in A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge (1985) . Later projects included Thrashin’ (1986) opposite Josh Brolin (and all of his top professional skateboarding idols) and _Vamp (1986/I)_ opposite Grace Jones and Chris Makepeace, for which he received the award for Best Actor in a Science Fiction or Horror Film. Robert then starred opposite Bridget Fonda and Phoebe Cates in the cult classic feature film Shag (1989), which landed him numerous Teen Magazine interviews and features. Soon thereafter, he landed his first television series, Fox’s The Outsiders (1990), which was Executive Producer Francis Ford Coppola’s first television venture. His next project was starring opposite Tim Matheson and Brooke Adams in Stephen King’s Emmy award-winning movie of the week, Sometimes They Come Back (1991). He then took another turn at the world of episodics as a series regular in Babylon 5 (1994), where he gained a huge international following and fan club. Robert’s most recent industry accomplishments were in Warner Bros.’ _Underworld, The (1997/II) (TV)_ by Academy Award-winning writer Christopher McQuarrie, followed by the controversial drama Wasted in Babylon (1999), where Robert again received critical acclaim for his innovative performance. When he is not gracing the screen, Robert enjoys surfing, snowboarding, motocross, golfing, traveling, and his new found love; creating and writing projects which he would like to produce and direct in the future.
American singer and actor Jake Thomas was born on January 30, 1990 in Knoxville, Tennessee. The son of a radio personality and a TV reporter, he has worked on a number of television productions and series. When he was young, he was exposed to the showbiz industry through his parents. His birth was even on the Knoxville Evening News, shot at the nursery of the hospital where he was born. He grew up making appearances on TV commercials, and moved to Hollywood when he was only six years old. Many agents were entertained upon seeing the actor, and he was next seen auditioning for every role he could get. He has also performed at the Beverly Hills Theater with his parents, and soon achieved a guest-starring role on the series 3rd Rock from the Sun.
Jake Thomas was soon seen on several productions. He was in The Man Show and on an episode of Touched by an Angel in 1999. The next year, he landed small roles in big-budget films like The Cell and If Tomorrow Comes starring James Franco. Thomas soon found himself playing opposite Haley Joel Osment in Steven Spielberg’s Artificial Intelligence: AI, while working on the simultaneously on the set of Lizzie McGuire. He was cast as Matt McGuire, the scheming and mischievous younger brother of the title character played by Hillary Duff. He became known for his role, and soon reprised it in 2003’s The Lizzie McGuire Movie. Soon, he was cast in other television productions, appearing in Sixteen to Life and Christmas Vacation 2: Cousin Eddie’s Island Adventure. He was also seen in an episode of Without a Trace and Center of the Universe, and has voiced the character Nigel on the animated series Grim & Evil. In 2004, he worked alongside Nick Moran in Soccer Dog: European Cup, and had a role in Dinocroc. He soon found himself joining the cast of the Disney Channel comedy Cory in the House, playing the role of Jason Stickler. Jake Thomas has also released his debut CD, titled Now and Then under Big Stick Music.
He has most currently been in the films Taken Away, Romantically Speaking and What Happened Last Night.
This talented beauty was born and raised in Toronto, Canada and originally had plans to pursue a career in business, psychology or women studies. She attended the University of Toronto, and graduated with a Bachelors degree in Science. While still living in Toronto she devoted her free time to community service, most particularly as a Planned Parenthood supporter at a Toronto organization for teens in need of sexual-health counseling.
But her acting work lead to the 2007 Nomination for Daytime Emmy: Outstanding Lead Actress, in 2008 received a Pre-Nomination for Daytime Emmy: Outstanding Supporting Actress and in 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, received a Pre-Nomination for Daytime Emmy: Outstanding Younger Actress
On One Life To Live this very talented actress played Jessica Buchanan Brennan and was able to portray a loving, warm hearted daughter and mother one moment, and then turn into a sadistically, mentally disturbed altenate personality the next. and from there, then turn into yet another alternat personality, a general who likes to take charge of things; all in one episode. Williamson not only has her hands full with all of her character’s alters, but also takes on a heavy work load outside the One Life to Live Studios.
Bree has played many feature roles on television series, most recently appearing on CSI, Chicago Fire and Castle.
The talented, terrifying and drop dead gorgeous scream queen, Levy Tran plays Father Harris’ (Lance Henriksen) Nurse in THE UNWILLING. Levy is best known for her roles in Fast And Furious 7, Female Fight Club, Gemini, Jungle Justice and Guy Code. An up and coming Vietnamese actress / model (with some of the craziest tattoos you’ll ever see on a girl) that is making a BIG name for herself – in America, Asia – and the rest of the known universe.
Levy Tran is bona fide bombshell and a social media superstar – with an active and rabidly engaged following.