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Karl Bury

KARL BURY (TIM) made his feature film debut in a pivotal role in Frank Darabont's "The Majestic" as a brooding, one armed WWII veteran. He landed the role after being spotted on stage in acting coach Larry Moss' theatre workshop by Darabont's Development Partner.

Prior to landing his role in "The Majestic", Bury played a district attorney in a lewd case about penile implants in an Emmy-winning episode of THE PRACTICE. Other episodic work includes Freakylinks, Party of Five, Rude Awakening and an upcoming episode of Judging Amy. Theater credits include an eight-month run in "Awake and Sing" at the Odyssey Theater, "Invisible Friends," "The Rose Tattoo," "The Habitation of Dragons," "Beatrice" and "Man and Superman."




Branden Morgan

BRANDEN MORGAN (WILL) started his acting career on stage in New York, landing in many off-off Broadway plays, including productions of The Merry Wives of Windsor, Grease and A Lie of the Mind. Branden then moved to the west coast where he had early success with both comedic and dramatic features, appearing in such films as "The Beverly Hillbillies," "Don's Plum," "Senseless," "Albino Alligator" and "First & Last."

Morgan received critical acclaim for his performance as the lead role in the stage rendition of Irvine Welsh's Trainspotting and will next be guest starring on FOX's new television series FireFly.

He is currently filming a leading role in the feature film U-Boat starring William H. Macy.

Light Wilder

LIGHT WILDER (JANA) first moved to Los Angeles from the Rocky Mountains as a liaison and teacher of 25 young aspiring actors from the Meta Theatre Company. While continuing her study of dance, acting and theatre, Light became one of the original members of Diane Hardin's theatrical improv troupe, Archilles Heel.

Wilder co-starred as Garth Brook's girlfriend in the VH1 special "In the Life of Chris Gaines" and made her feature film debut in Tony Shaloub's romantic comedy "Made-Up", which has garnered a Best Independent Film Award at the 2002 Santa Barbara Film Festival and an Audience Choice Award at SXSW.

Ron Gilbert

RON GILBERT (MARTIN) began his acting studies at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in his hometown of New York City. Thereafter he studied with Lee Strasberg at Carnegie Hall Studios.

After moving to Los Angeles 20 years ago with a long list of theater credits, Gilbert appeared in numerous feature films including "The Usual Suspects,' "Lansky," "Hard Luck," and "The GodFather."

In addition to acting, Gilbert is also an international film consultant, working closely with foreign consulates in Los Angeles and San Francisco. He serves as an advisor on The Method Fest Film Festival and is an active member of The Actors Studio.

Douglas Horn

DOUGLAS HORN (Writer/Director)
is a Seattle writer and former computer programmer who exchanged a successful career writing C++ code for the always unstable and only rarely glamorous existence of a filmmaker.

His first short film "Trailer: The Movie!" continues to make audiences laugh at numerous film festivals through out the world and was a finalist for "Best Narrative Short" in the 2002 National Short Film & Video Competition. Showing his eclectic range of writing and directing, from comedies to powerful dramas, Horn is currently completing a dramic feature film and a computer-animated short film entitled "The Crosswalk."