Ken has starred in various independent short films and has quickly gained attention for his work. applauded his "natural confidence and charisma" in POV Films' Carmen's Virtue (2003). As a co-founder of Infinite Quest Productions and a prominent member of ZeroGravity Stunts, he is an able and versatile performer with diverse training in acting, directing, martial arts, fight choreography, and graphic design.




Born in Angeles City, Philippines, Angela Adto’s love for performing can be traced back to her early years. Angela has been trained for film by highly acclaimed acting coaches including Jean-Louis Rodrigue and Allan Miller and schooled for stage at the Larry Moss Studio in Santa Monica, California. She has been featured in numerous television commercials and has performed leading roles on stage. For four years, Angela danced as a NFL cheerleader, and she has danced professionally in Europe and Asia.




With an excess of twenty-three years of acting experience that includes an enviably broad range of lead theatrical performances, film, commercial and print credits, Lester Purry most recently gained national attention while storming stages as Othello. Be it dark fury or comic wit, he is the kind of actor who unyieldingly embodies the energy of each role and cleverly delivers its fullest potential. Lester creates a true slice of life by pulling on every element involved; the director, the writer, fellow actors and even the designers to provide fuel for his characters. He breathes heart and soul into the essence of a project’s intended vision and possesses a narrative voice of the most blessed kind!




J.T. earned the nickname "The Story Teller" for his unique stand-up comedy routines and has appeared on BET's Comic View. He is also known to be the reality TV dating show king, having appeared on every dating show known to man. Jackson has since starred in Malibooty, 7-10 Split and can be seen playing the suave "Cola" in the popular TV ad campaign, The Adventures of Bacardi & Cola.




An accomplished filmmaker, Brian's short film White Face took the top prize at the Saguaro Screenplay Competition and went on to win the 2001 Slamdance Audience Award for Best Short Film. It can be seen on both HBO and Cinemax. He co-wrote and co-produced Inheritance (2004), a semi-finalist in the Austin Heart of Film Festival and Best Picture nominee at the HDFEST High-Def Film Festival. He also teaches story structure in Seattle and is preparing to direct his first feature film Graverobbers, which won Best Sci-Fi script at the 2006 Austin Film Festival.




Aaron Toney's experiences in the martial arts and gymnastics have been the tools he's used to move up in the world of the entertainment industry. He has landed a myriad of roles in media such as the game Resident Evil: Outbreak, commercials for Xenagrine and Pepsi, and the television shows Strong Medicine, The District and She Spies. A member of ZeroGravity, Aaron has worked with the acclaimed Tony Jaa in Tom Yung Goong, and also performed stunts in Pirates of the Caribbean, Norbit, and Rush Hour 3.




Sam Looc has worked in various independent films as an actor, stuntman, and fight choreographer. His martial arts experience includes Jeet Kune Do, O-Mei kung fu, and a tournament career in San Shou (Chinese Kickboxing). As a member of the action stunt team ZeroGravity, he has honed his stuntwork alongside Tadahiro Nakamura (Power Rangers), Luke Lafontaine (Serenity) and Reuben Langdon (Medallion), as well as under famed Hong Kong action directors Tony Leung Siu Hung and Sammo Hung. He can be seen alongside Jackie Chan in Rush Hour 3 and stars in the 2008 IQ Production An Act of Revenge.




Brittany Quist fondly recalls her career taking off at the tender age of five. She wrote, directed, produced, and starred in her own video plays; always casting herself as the princess. She would cast her two best and younger friends as dogs, snails, birds, and babies. Her latest feature film, The Evading, is due out later this year.




Geoffery Simmons grew up performing in school plays and singing with the Northwest Boychoir and his Baptist Church choir. He lived overseas in Tokyo, Japan for nine years where he modeled with an agency, acted in commercials and television shows and performed in the rock band Multiculture at some of Tokyo's club hotspots. Geoffery sang background for Mariah Carey at the Tokyo Dome for three sold-out concerts. Since returning to the States, he has since been performing in various theater and film projects and impressing audiences with his unique presence.




Bernadette Bascom is a staple of the Seattle music scene and was the first solo artist signed by Stevie Wonder to his independent label Black Bull. She recently produced and performed in the live gospel show PRAISE!, which has played to sellout crowds at Seattle's Triple Door. She is currently producing the show into an album, showcasing the full arc of her tremendous talents. She has also taken on management for American Idol star Sanjaya Malakar.







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