The Scottish actor became known in the US after his work as Cpl. Joseph Liebgott in the critically acclaimed HBO mini series Band of Brothers for producer Steven Spielberg and executive producer Tom Hanks. McCall just completed the indies The Beautiful Ones, One Night in Love, It’s Not You, it’s Me, Willed to Kill, A Dollywood Christmas, AutoMotive and In Embryo. He has also starred in the features Green Street Hooligans, Green Street Hooligans 2, Serving Up Richard, Alpha Males, Trade Routes, Autopsy, LD 50 Lethal Dose, and Waterland, among others. He also played opposite Tom Hanks in Robert Zemeckis’ The Polar Express. McCall has worked on many television series including, CSI: NY, The Man, Bones, Ghost Whisperer, two seasons of the critically acclaimed Crash for Paul Haggis and Glen Mazzara, Luther, Castle and White Collar. As a writer he has sold four of his pilot scripts to ABC, Warner Horizon, Indomina and Lan- tica . At an early age, McCall performed extensively in London’s West End in stage productions of Oliver!, The King and I, The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe amongst others.
Kristen Hager starred on SyFy’s hit show Being Human, during the show’s four season duration. Kristen first garnered attention with her supporting roles in the Universal Studios feature film Wanted, opposite Angelina Jolie and James McAvoy, and opposite Cate Blanchett and Richard Gere in director Todd Haynes’ award winning Bob Dylan biopic, I’m Not There. She then starred in the Strause Brothers’ Fox feature film Alien vs. Predator: Requiem. Hager’s starring role in Charles Manson themed thriller Manson, My Name is Evil premiered at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival ]. She returned to the festival in 2013, with the romantic comedy The Right Kind of Wrong, opposite Ryan Kwanten and Catherine O’hara and directed by Jeremiah Chechick. Notable television credits include Showtime’s Masters of Sex, as well as CBS’ CSI: Miami and NCIS: Los Angeles. Hager will next be seen in Anton Corbijn’s Life, opposite Robert Pattinson and Dane Dehaan, as well as SyFy’s new series The Expanse, premiering in December.
Gareth Williams’ career has spanned some thirty-five years, working with Emmy, Tony, Obie, Golden Globe, Academy and even Pulitzer Award winning actors, directors, producers and writers –most notably with Tom Hanks in his seminal HBO Produced Mini Series From The Earth To The Moon. A founding member of The New York based Theatre Company, Naked Angels, he has been in countless theatrical productions in New York, Los Angeles and regionally around the country. Extensive Television credits include long runs on The Shield, Dawson’s Creek and NYPD Blue. He worked on Danish Produced film; P.O.V, which was 100% improvised, and filmed during a three thousand mile journey through the Western United States. He is currently working on the film 20th Century Women with Annette Benning, Elle Fanning and Billy Crudup.
A leading role on NBC’s Santa Barbara brought A Martinez to an international audience. During the series’ eight-year run, Martinez won a Best Actor Emmy for his portrayal of the cop Cruz Castillo, and has gone on to star in a wide variety of roles in the years since. Notable performances include Meryl Streep’s high-camp gigolo butler in She-Devil, the radical badass Buddy Red Bow in the road movie Powwow Highway, and the legendary Californian outlaw Tiburcio Vasquez in Luis Valdez’ Bandido at the Mark Taper Forum. He can currently be seen on Netflix’s Longmire. Martinez has also starred in NBC movie, Cruel Justice, and, The Cherokee Kid and Grand Avenue for HBO, the latter produced by Robert Redford. His portrayal of the upwardly mobile but guilt-ridden Steven was a hit with the critics. “Superb,” said the L.A. Times.
David Fine is a California based SAG character actor with a penchant for dark material. Though he does lighter material on occasion for the sake of variety. He has worked opposite Ed Harris, Will Smith, Carrie Anne Moss, Lori Petty, Allessandro Nivola, Estella Warren and many more. His greatest affection, though, is for independent art films. He has worked on film and TV projects in California, New York, Florida, Michigan, Illinois, Oregon, New Mexico and elsewhere around the country. He has won or been nominated for awards at a number of film festivals. His work has been seen at film festivals and released around the globe.
Award-winning film and television actor Zahn McClarnon earned First Americans in the Arts (FAITA) and Western Heritage awards for his performance in the Steven Spielberg-produced TV mini-series Into the West. McClarnon will appear as Ohanzee Dent in the second installment of the critically-acclaimed and award-winning FX limited series Fargo. Zahn will also return this fall to the Netflix series Longmire. Other TV appearances include: Fox’s Saving Grace, FX’s The Shield, CBS’ Medium and on Sarah Michelle Gellar’s CW series, Ringer. His feature film credits include Skins (2002), Searchers 2.0 (2007), Not Forgotten (2009) and Bloodlines (2011) . McClarnon can also be seen in Yellow Rock. Most recently, he was nominated by the Red Nation Film Festival for Outstanding Actor in a Supporting Role for his performance in Strike One, starring Danny Trejo and Johnny Ortiz.
Robert Mafia is an actor on both stage and screen. He has played on Broadway, most notably in the production Superior Donuts, by Tracy Letts and directed by Tina Landau at the Music Box Theatre. He has also appeared in various regional productions throughout the US including, Osage County at The Old Globe, directed by Sam Gold. TV credits include roles in Anger Management, Perception, Marvel: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, Castle, Brothers and Sisters, CSI:NY, 24, The Guardian and ER. Within film he has landed roles in films including; Hoffa, Mercury Rising, and The Giant Mechanical Man. As well as his role in In Embryo, Robert is also part of the principle cast for Excess Flesh, selected as part of SXSW 2015.
Bronwyn Cornelius is an actress and independent producer, who was theatre trained in England and has studied with Lesly Kahn and Alfred Molina. In addition to her role in In Embryo, she will soon be seen opposite Kathleen Rose Perkins and Beau Knapp in the feature film Juveniles. As a producer, Bronwyn recently completed the film You Were Never Here, starring Mireille Enos and Sam Shepard, and is currently developing the feature film Clemency, starring Alfre Woodard and Wendell Pierce, as well as a TV series inspired by her time working on Wall Street.
Timothy Lee DePriest is currently shooting a recurring role in JJ Abrams and Jonathan Nolan’s HBO series: Westworld (2016). He also plays a leading role in Joey Curtis’ (co-writer Blue Valentine) upcoming feature, Winter’s Dream.
Paul Marius likens the vast majority of his cinematic moments to the proverbial shavings of gold on the jeweler’s workshop floor (which, in turn, he likens to the editor’s proverbial cutting room floor). As for his theatrical accomplishments, he likens them to the helium balloons that children lose hold of & weep over (albeit briefly) as they watch them rapidly disappear over their heads into a pale blue oblivion. He does not have a tremendous amount (or even a meager amount) to show for his efforts, but nor does he have any regrets or bitterness.