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Daryl From OnCar

A renegade customer service rep inflicts his will on the life of an ordinary man.

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Dial "0" For Daryl

Ted discovers that the OnCar system can do much more than advertised.

Riding Shotgun

Daryl's meddling lands Ted in a world of hurt.
 

Good Vibrations

 

Daryl teaches Ted how to love.

 

Ron Corcillo

Ron Corcillo

Writer
Producer

Ron Corcillo

  Writer  Producer

Russ Carney of America

Russ Carney of America

"Daryl"
Writer
Producer

Russ Carney of America

  "Daryl"  Writer  Producer

The esteemed Russ Carney of America (heterosexual, but open-minded) has been writing creatively for at least an hour and he has, for over a decade, produced critically unacclaimed comedic works for the web in the form of print, visual art, audio and web animation: The Adventures of Pen-Pal, Teddy Guy, Eight Exciting Ways I'd Like To Fuck Martha Stewart For Christmas, Male Heterosexual Ass-Play Primer, The Leprechaun Field Guide, etc.

Much of his work contains an apathetically crass, yet exciting, punque roque sophistication aiming to mockingly criticize societal behaviors and to eviscerate corporate America.  Mr. Carney of America has unsuccessfully attempted to lure in a greater female fanbase by penning a series of unpopular MySpace blogs, none of which have ever been read by a woman.  His therapist interprets this as a normal manifestation of his self-destructive behavior.

Russ of America's work is influenced by many, including Dead Kennedys, George Carlin, NWA and Kool Keith.

RCoA is working with good friend and business partner Ron Corcillo (heterosexual, but open-minded) on the future installments of Daryl From OnCar as well as on a variety of projects desperately in need of funding.

Russ is survived by his two cats.

David McWhirter

David McWhirter

Director
Producer

David McWhirter

  Director  Producer

Bob Clendenin

Bob Clendenin

"Ted"

Bob Clendenin

  "Ted"

Bob was excited to get involved with StrikeTv as it allowed him to bust out of the "eye-candy" niche he had inhabited for so long. Not only did he get to show his "acting chops", he was able to keep his shirt on. At least until the wrap party.

Michele Scarabelli

Michele Scarabelli

"Judy"

Michele Scarabelli

  "Judy"

I've had the rare opportunity as an actor to play a wide variety of characters - everything from an alien mom (Alien Nation) to a chorus girl (Philip Marlowe) to a couple of nuns (Father Dowling, Due South). I've had the privilege to spend close to two years on location in Africa, getting to know some pretty wild animals as co-stars (Okavango). I've helped fly a chopper, soaring over some spectacular mountains in British Columbia (Airwolf).

I've also worked with some of the most talented actors in the industry - Dudley Moore in his comedy series Dudley, Hume Cronyn and Vince Gardenia in Age Old Friends, and John Ritter and Roddy McDowall in Loss of Faith, to name a few. I've also been blessed to have worked with Ken Johnson - producer, director, all round great guy and leader of the brilliant team that made Alien Nation one of the best shows ever.

I have learned an incredible amount along the way - both about my craft and about myself - one of the great gifts of my profession.

Stephen Mendel

Stephen Mendel

"Angry Driver"

Stephen Mendel

  "Angry Driver"

Stephen Mendel was born and raised in Montreal, Canada and yes, he does speak French. He is a dual American/Canadian citizen. After receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Drama from Bishop’s University and postgraduate studies at Concordia University he began an active career in theatre, voice, film and television.

A stint in a children’s musical theatre tour, which took in far northern Canada, crystal-lized his desire to come to southern California. He’d been in Los Angeles just long enough to have appeared on television shows on all the broadcast networks and movies at the major stu-dios, when he was offered the role of Detective Fred Carson on the CBS series “Night Heat” which ran for five seasons and filmed in Toronto, Canada. It became the number one show in Canada and won its time slot on CBS. While back in Canada, Stephen also had the opportunity to work on mini-series: “Echoes in the Darkness,” TV movies: “The Enigma of Bobby Bitt-man“ and guest star on other episodic television shows: “Mariah State“ and “The New Alfred Hitchcock Presents.” He hosted broadcast and live charitable events for Big Brothers, The Muscular Dystrophy Assoc., The Humane Society, The Multiple Sclerosis Assoc., and participated in celebrity sports events such as the American Airlines Skiathon. 

When “Night Heat” wrapped, he returned to Los Angeles and has been busy with TV guest star roles: “JAG”, “The Practice”, “Judging Amy”,  “The X-Files”,  “Murder She Wrote”, “L.A. Law” and several mini-series: “An Inconvenient Woman”, “Tom and Roseanne.”  Features include second leads in: “Provocateur” (starring Jane March), “Midnight Heat” (starring Tim Matheson), and “Jack Frost,” as well as leading roles in, “Exception to the Rule” (starring Eric McCormack), “Final Round” (starring Lorenzo Llamas), “Heaven’s Fire” (starring Eric Roberts) and “The Showdown.”

Stephen appears with Tom Hanks in the Steven Spielberg-directed feature “The Terminal” although sadly several scenes did not make the final cut.

Stephen recently completed filming on “CEO”, a major feature directed by Wu Tian Ming (most noted for his films The King of Masks and The Old Well), which took him to China (twice), Paris, New York and South Carolina.  Stephen has a busy voice over career with many radio and television commercials, documentary narrations, and the voice of Splinter, the ninja master rat, on the FOX live-action series “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation.”

Off-stage/camera, he plays the guitar and sings with a group of folk musicians at fund-raisers, charitable events and just for fun. He skies, teaches scuba diving, runs, backpacks, bicy-cles and practices the obscure martial art of aki-jutsu.

Floyd Dodd

Floyd Dodd

"Judy's Dad"

Floyd Dodd

  "Judy's Dad"

Madelynn Fattibene

Madelynn Fattibene

"The Other Woman"

Madelynn Fattibene

  "The Other Woman"

Paul Orehvec

Paul Orehvec

Associate Producer
Editor

Paul Orehvec

  Associate Producer  Editor

Edward G. Dadulak

Edward G. Dadulak

Director of Photography

Edward G. Dadulak

  Director of Photography

Edward Dadulak commenced his career in New York City  at Metromedia Television in Production Management.  In 1972 he migrated to Boston and WCVB-TV (ABC,) where as Director of Film operations he facilitated initial operations of this landmark station.  At WCVB-TV he served as Production Manager, Director, and Cinematographer for award-winning nationally syndicated documentaries, dramas, specials, and local public affairs programming.

By 1981 WCVB-TV had won Peabody awards and Emmys in nearly every category for its quality, quantity and diversity of programming.  A New York Times piece stated “this is America’s best TV station.”  Edward was recognized by the National Academy of Arts & Sciences with Emmy awards and honors in Cinematography for Outstanding Achievement for many of the same programs that brought accolades to WCVB.  He also received The American bar Association’s Silver Gavel award for a documentary on the Criminal Justice System.  1984 found Dadulak in Los Angeles honing his lighting skills and initiating a life as a freelance cinematographer.  Since then his work includes commercials, documentaries, cable, network television, and corporate programs.  Clients include Kathy Ireland Worldwide, Scripps, Herzog Cohen, Paramount, and Warner Bros., and a numerous list of production companies.  He was also awarded a national daytime Emmy for the “Better Homes and Gardens” television series.

Currently, with thirty-five plus years of experience in film/video production, lighting and shooting both multi and single camera, studio and field productions, he has supplemented his skills as an expert in the field of Advanced Digital Cinematography or High Definition Video, cine or video styles.

Andrew Edelman

Andrew Edelman

Sound Mixer

Andrew Edelman

  Sound Mixer

Mark Tobey

Mark Tobey

Assistant Director

Mark Tobey

  Assistant Director

David Kwok

David Kwok

Production Coordinator
Still Photography

David Kwok

  Production Coordinator  Still Photography

After spending many years in education helping improve the minds of our young, David is now trying to undo all of that by working in the entertainment industry for a major studio. When asked about the differences between the education and entertainment industries, David said, “The two are actually similar. My prior life was spent helping high school and college kids get better scores on their standardized tests like the SAT or LSAT. Most of those kids were normal but some were spoiled rotten. Same thing in the entertainment industry except those kids are just older.”

When he’s not working on his friends’ film projects for free, David can be found swing dancing (he danced on an episode of Home Improvement – seriously) or adding pictures to his photography portfolio. A mostly reformed cynic, he now tries to look on the sunny side of life even though the sun causes skin cancer. When asked if Daryl from OnCar would be a hit, David eloquently replied, “whatever.”

Noon Orsatti

Noon Orsatti

Stunt Double
Stunt Coordinator

Noon Orsatti

  Stunt Double  Stunt Coordinator

Peter "Hopper" Stone

Peter "Hopper" Stone

Still Photography

Peter "Hopper" Stone

  Still Photography

While it is commonly believed that he was born in Boston in 1962, Hopper Stone is actually a 4000 year old emissary from the planet Zornak.  After 20 years of posing as a photographer, Hopper has decided that when his people take over this planet, he will put the names of all of those he has met along the way on the list of those to be protected. More at: www.stonefoto.com.
Photo: Nick D’Agosto

Jimmy Jue

Jimmy Jue

Extras Casting

Jimmy Jue

  Extras Casting

I've been a lead casting director at Central Casting for over 21 glorious years and have cast everything from the classics, such as "Murder She Wrote," to today's biggest hits, including "Transformers II."

I continue to exceed my clients’ expectations, from the perfectly suited actors I send to their sets down to the prompt and efficient service we practice during the casting process.

Rebecca Scott

Rebecca Scott

"Butt Slap Mom"

Rebecca Scott

  "Butt Slap Mom"

Rebecca's derriere has appeared in numerous cell phone messages and e-mails and is currently touring the Balkan states.

Gretchen Raff

Gretchen Raff

"Barista"
"Other Mom"

Gretchen Raff

  "Barista"  "Other Mom"

Geralyn Ruane

Geralyn Ruane

"Darla From OnCar"
"Announcer"

Geralyn Ruane

  "Darla From OnCar"  "Announcer"

Geralyn Ruane’s favorite numbers are 18 and 1 and her favorite Hardy Boy is whichever one Parker Stevenson played. Until Daryl From Oncar, Geralyn’s last foray into film was The Coroner, the 1999 sexploitation suspense/horror/thriller she wrote by hand. These days, when Geralyn is not hosting her radio show Better Times After 50! on adviceradio.com. or drinking chocolate milk right from the spoon, she is working on her monthly blog column Things That Make Me Go Mmmruh at occsliceoforange.blogspot.com. And when she’s not doing all that stuff? She is busy writing her way back onto the New York Times Best Seller List. Geralyn’s short story “Jane Austen Meets the New York Giants” is published in Marlo Thomas’s The Right Words at the Right Time, Volume 2.

Sydney Hibbs

Sydney Hibbs

"Neighbor Girl"

Sydney Hibbs

  "Neighbor Girl"

Baylee

Baylee

"The Dog"

Baylee

  "The Dog"

Mark Mueller

Mark Mueller

Assistant Editor

Mark Mueller

  Assistant Editor

Ryan Perlman

Ryan Perlman

Music Supervisor

Ryan Perlman

  Music Supervisor

Ryan started as the manager of the reggae band, Inna Sense, co-owning  Swee' Pea Records with his current partner, artist/producer/composer Peter McEvilley, aka Peas.  In 2005,  while Perlman was co-managing  Peas, "Filters" was released to critical acclaim on the Domo Music Group via Kanpai Records. Filters charted to #3 on the  iTunes  electronica chart. That same year, both started Orange Table, a full-service music house/production company for film/tv/commercials.

Orange Table licenses music from our library of "real music from real bands," and also works on custom gigs. We exist in the space between  vision and actualization. Credits include commercial spots for  Tylenol, Asics, NFL, Visa and more; in television, most recently,  "Samantha Who", "MTV's "The Real World," "Ninja Scroll",  "Huff", "Bones", Men in Trees,”  and "CSI: NY.” Credits in composing and original music for film: "When Stand Up Stood Out", "Deuce Bigalow European Gigalow", "Grandma's Boy", and more.

Peter McEvilley

Peter McEvilley

Composer

Peter McEvilley

  Composer

Born and raised in Cincinnati, Peter was classically trained as a pianist and percussionist. After winning several music awards during high school, he moved to Miami with a full scholarship to New World School of the Arts. He spent the next few years touring with the reggae band "Inna Sense." During this time he developed his skills as a producer and DJ.

As a DJ, McEvilley has performed at some of South Beach's hottest clubs and parties (Chaos' millennium New Year's party, Nikki Beach 
Club, Pearl, Rumi, Touch, and Automatic Slim's). As a producer he has worked with Grammy-award-winning producer Narada Michael Walden on several projects, and he has produced and written for Hollywood Records recording artist Myra, as well as several Japanese artists on Toys  Factory Records. McEvilley also produced dance music for the feature  film "Trick" and is a regular contributor to ABC's music library.

In 2005, Peas’ CD “Filters” hit #3 on the iTunes electronica chart, was in the top 20 on the college radio charts for over a month, and received critical acclaim in URB and Atomica magazines. McEvilley is currently working on his follow up to Filters, and co-owns Orange Table with Ryan Perlman.

Ron Corcillo

Ron Corcillo

Writer
Producer

Ron Corcillo

  Writer  Producer

Russ Carney of America

Russ Carney of America

"Daryl"
Writer
Producer

Russ Carney of America

  "Daryl"  Writer  Producer

The esteemed Russ Carney of America (heterosexual, but open-minded) has been writing creatively for at least an hour and he has, for over a decade, produced critically unacclaimed comedic works for the web in the form of print, visual art, audio and web animation: The Adventures of Pen-Pal, Teddy Guy, Eight Exciting Ways I'd Like To Fuck Martha Stewart For Christmas, Male Heterosexual Ass-Play Primer, The Leprechaun Field Guide, etc.

Much of his work contains an apathetically crass, yet exciting, punque roque sophistication aiming to mockingly criticize societal behaviors and to eviscerate corporate America.  Mr. Carney of America has unsuccessfully attempted to lure in a greater female fanbase by penning a series of unpopular MySpace blogs, none of which have ever been read by a woman.  His therapist interprets this as a normal manifestation of his self-destructive behavior.

Russ of America's work is influenced by many, including Dead Kennedys, George Carlin, NWA and Kool Keith.

RCoA is working with good friend and business partner Ron Corcillo (heterosexual, but open-minded) on the future installments of Daryl From OnCar as well as on a variety of projects desperately in need of funding.

Russ is survived by his two cats.

David McWhirter

David McWhirter

Director
Producer

David McWhirter

  Director  Producer

Bob Clendenin

Bob Clendenin

"Ted"

Bob Clendenin

  "Ted"

Bob was excited to get involved with StrikeTv as it allowed him to bust out of the "eye-candy" niche he had inhabited for so long. Not only did he get to show his "acting chops", he was able to keep his shirt on. At least until the wrap party.

Michele Scarabelli

Michele Scarabelli

"Judy"

Michele Scarabelli

  "Judy"

I've had the rare opportunity as an actor to play a wide variety of characters - everything from an alien mom (Alien Nation) to a chorus girl (Philip Marlowe) to a couple of nuns (Father Dowling, Due South). I've had the privilege to spend close to two years on location in Africa, getting to know some pretty wild animals as co-stars (Okavango). I've helped fly a chopper, soaring over some spectacular mountains in British Columbia (Airwolf).

I've also worked with some of the most talented actors in the industry - Dudley Moore in his comedy series Dudley, Hume Cronyn and Vince Gardenia in Age Old Friends, and John Ritter and Roddy McDowall in Loss of Faith, to name a few. I've also been blessed to have worked with Ken Johnson - producer, director, all round great guy and leader of the brilliant team that made Alien Nation one of the best shows ever.

I have learned an incredible amount along the way - both about my craft and about myself - one of the great gifts of my profession.

Stephen Mendel

Stephen Mendel

"Angry Driver"

Stephen Mendel

  "Angry Driver"

Stephen Mendel was born and raised in Montreal, Canada and yes, he does speak French. He is a dual American/Canadian citizen. After receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Drama from Bishop’s University and postgraduate studies at Concordia University he began an active career in theatre, voice, film and television.

A stint in a children’s musical theatre tour, which took in far northern Canada, crystal-lized his desire to come to southern California. He’d been in Los Angeles just long enough to have appeared on television shows on all the broadcast networks and movies at the major stu-dios, when he was offered the role of Detective Fred Carson on the CBS series “Night Heat” which ran for five seasons and filmed in Toronto, Canada. It became the number one show in Canada and won its time slot on CBS. While back in Canada, Stephen also had the opportunity to work on mini-series: “Echoes in the Darkness,” TV movies: “The Enigma of Bobby Bitt-man“ and guest star on other episodic television shows: “Mariah State“ and “The New Alfred Hitchcock Presents.” He hosted broadcast and live charitable events for Big Brothers, The Muscular Dystrophy Assoc., The Humane Society, The Multiple Sclerosis Assoc., and participated in celebrity sports events such as the American Airlines Skiathon. 

When “Night Heat” wrapped, he returned to Los Angeles and has been busy with TV guest star roles: “JAG”, “The Practice”, “Judging Amy”,  “The X-Files”,  “Murder She Wrote”, “L.A. Law” and several mini-series: “An Inconvenient Woman”, “Tom and Roseanne.”  Features include second leads in: “Provocateur” (starring Jane March), “Midnight Heat” (starring Tim Matheson), and “Jack Frost,” as well as leading roles in, “Exception to the Rule” (starring Eric McCormack), “Final Round” (starring Lorenzo Llamas), “Heaven’s Fire” (starring Eric Roberts) and “The Showdown.”

Stephen appears with Tom Hanks in the Steven Spielberg-directed feature “The Terminal” although sadly several scenes did not make the final cut.

Stephen recently completed filming on “CEO”, a major feature directed by Wu Tian Ming (most noted for his films The King of Masks and The Old Well), which took him to China (twice), Paris, New York and South Carolina.  Stephen has a busy voice over career with many radio and television commercials, documentary narrations, and the voice of Splinter, the ninja master rat, on the FOX live-action series “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation.”

Off-stage/camera, he plays the guitar and sings with a group of folk musicians at fund-raisers, charitable events and just for fun. He skies, teaches scuba diving, runs, backpacks, bicy-cles and practices the obscure martial art of aki-jutsu.

Floyd Dodd

Floyd Dodd

"Judy's Dad"

Floyd Dodd

  "Judy's Dad"

Madelynn Fattibene

Madelynn Fattibene

"The Other Woman"

Madelynn Fattibene

  "The Other Woman"

Paul Orehvec

Paul Orehvec

Associate Producer
Editor

Paul Orehvec

  Associate Producer  Editor

Edward G. Dadulak

Edward G. Dadulak

Director of Photography

Edward G. Dadulak

  Director of Photography

Edward Dadulak commenced his career in New York City  at Metromedia Television in Production Management.  In 1972 he migrated to Boston and WCVB-TV (ABC,) where as Director of Film operations he facilitated initial operations of this landmark station.  At WCVB-TV he served as Production Manager, Director, and Cinematographer for award-winning nationally syndicated documentaries, dramas, specials, and local public affairs programming.

By 1981 WCVB-TV had won Peabody awards and Emmys in nearly every category for its quality, quantity and diversity of programming.  A New York Times piece stated “this is America’s best TV station.”  Edward was recognized by the National Academy of Arts & Sciences with Emmy awards and honors in Cinematography for Outstanding Achievement for many of the same programs that brought accolades to WCVB.  He also received The American bar Association’s Silver Gavel award for a documentary on the Criminal Justice System.  1984 found Dadulak in Los Angeles honing his lighting skills and initiating a life as a freelance cinematographer.  Since then his work includes commercials, documentaries, cable, network television, and corporate programs.  Clients include Kathy Ireland Worldwide, Scripps, Herzog Cohen, Paramount, and Warner Bros., and a numerous list of production companies.  He was also awarded a national daytime Emmy for the “Better Homes and Gardens” television series.

Currently, with thirty-five plus years of experience in film/video production, lighting and shooting both multi and single camera, studio and field productions, he has supplemented his skills as an expert in the field of Advanced Digital Cinematography or High Definition Video, cine or video styles.

Andrew Edelman

Andrew Edelman

Sound Mixer

Andrew Edelman

  Sound Mixer

Mark Tobey

Mark Tobey

Assistant Director

Mark Tobey

  Assistant Director

David Kwok

David Kwok

Production Coordinator
Still Photography

David Kwok

  Production Coordinator  Still Photography

After spending many years in education helping improve the minds of our young, David is now trying to undo all of that by working in the entertainment industry for a major studio. When asked about the differences between the education and entertainment industries, David said, “The two are actually similar. My prior life was spent helping high school and college kids get better scores on their standardized tests like the SAT or LSAT. Most of those kids were normal but some were spoiled rotten. Same thing in the entertainment industry except those kids are just older.”

When he’s not working on his friends’ film projects for free, David can be found swing dancing (he danced on an episode of Home Improvement – seriously) or adding pictures to his photography portfolio. A mostly reformed cynic, he now tries to look on the sunny side of life even though the sun causes skin cancer. When asked if Daryl from OnCar would be a hit, David eloquently replied, “whatever.”

Noon Orsatti

Noon Orsatti

Stunt Double
Stunt Coordinator

Noon Orsatti

  Stunt Double  Stunt Coordinator

Peter "Hopper" Stone

Peter "Hopper" Stone

Still Photography

Peter "Hopper" Stone

  Still Photography

While it is commonly believed that he was born in Boston in 1962, Hopper Stone is actually a 4000 year old emissary from the planet Zornak.  After 20 years of posing as a photographer, Hopper has decided that when his people take over this planet, he will put the names of all of those he has met along the way on the list of those to be protected. More at: www.stonefoto.com.
Photo: Nick D’Agosto

Jimmy Jue

Jimmy Jue

Extras Casting

Jimmy Jue

  Extras Casting

I've been a lead casting director at Central Casting for over 21 glorious years and have cast everything from the classics, such as "Murder She Wrote," to today's biggest hits, including "Transformers II."

I continue to exceed my clients’ expectations, from the perfectly suited actors I send to their sets down to the prompt and efficient service we practice during the casting process.

Rebecca Scott

Rebecca Scott

"Butt Slap Mom"

Rebecca Scott

  "Butt Slap Mom"

Rebecca's derriere has appeared in numerous cell phone messages and e-mails and is currently touring the Balkan states.

Gretchen Raff

Gretchen Raff

"Barista"
"Other Mom"

Gretchen Raff

  "Barista"  "Other Mom"

Geralyn Ruane

Geralyn Ruane

"Darla From OnCar"
"Announcer"

Geralyn Ruane

  "Darla From OnCar"  "Announcer"

Geralyn Ruane’s favorite numbers are 18 and 1 and her favorite Hardy Boy is whichever one Parker Stevenson played. Until Daryl From Oncar, Geralyn’s last foray into film was The Coroner, the 1999 sexploitation suspense/horror/thriller she wrote by hand. These days, when Geralyn is not hosting her radio show Better Times After 50! on adviceradio.com. or drinking chocolate milk right from the spoon, she is working on her monthly blog column Things That Make Me Go Mmmruh at occsliceoforange.blogspot.com. And when she’s not doing all that stuff? She is busy writing her way back onto the New York Times Best Seller List. Geralyn’s short story “Jane Austen Meets the New York Giants” is published in Marlo Thomas’s The Right Words at the Right Time, Volume 2.

Sydney Hibbs

Sydney Hibbs

"Neighbor Girl"

Sydney Hibbs

  "Neighbor Girl"

Baylee

Baylee

"The Dog"

Baylee

  "The Dog"

Mark Mueller

Mark Mueller

Assistant Editor

Mark Mueller

  Assistant Editor

Ryan Perlman

Ryan Perlman

Music Supervisor

Ryan Perlman

  Music Supervisor

Ryan started as the manager of the reggae band, Inna Sense, co-owning  Swee' Pea Records with his current partner, artist/producer/composer Peter McEvilley, aka Peas.  In 2005,  while Perlman was co-managing  Peas, "Filters" was released to critical acclaim on the Domo Music Group via Kanpai Records. Filters charted to #3 on the  iTunes  electronica chart. That same year, both started Orange Table, a full-service music house/production company for film/tv/commercials.

Orange Table licenses music from our library of "real music from real bands," and also works on custom gigs. We exist in the space between  vision and actualization. Credits include commercial spots for  Tylenol, Asics, NFL, Visa and more; in television, most recently,  "Samantha Who", "MTV's "The Real World," "Ninja Scroll",  "Huff", "Bones", Men in Trees,”  and "CSI: NY.” Credits in composing and original music for film: "When Stand Up Stood Out", "Deuce Bigalow European Gigalow", "Grandma's Boy", and more.

Peter McEvilley

Peter McEvilley

Composer

Peter McEvilley

  Composer

Born and raised in Cincinnati, Peter was classically trained as a pianist and percussionist. After winning several music awards during high school, he moved to Miami with a full scholarship to New World School of the Arts. He spent the next few years touring with the reggae band "Inna Sense." During this time he developed his skills as a producer and DJ.

As a DJ, McEvilley has performed at some of South Beach's hottest clubs and parties (Chaos' millennium New Year's party, Nikki Beach 
Club, Pearl, Rumi, Touch, and Automatic Slim's). As a producer he has worked with Grammy-award-winning producer Narada Michael Walden on several projects, and he has produced and written for Hollywood Records recording artist Myra, as well as several Japanese artists on Toys  Factory Records. McEvilley also produced dance music for the feature  film "Trick" and is a regular contributor to ABC's music library.

In 2005, Peas’ CD “Filters” hit #3 on the iTunes electronica chart, was in the top 20 on the college radio charts for over a month, and received critical acclaim in URB and Atomica magazines. McEvilley is currently working on his follow up to Filters, and co-owns Orange Table with Ryan Perlman.

Ron Corcillo

Ron Corcillo

Writer
Producer

Ron Corcillo

  Writer  Producer

Russ Carney of America

Russ Carney of America

"Daryl"
Writer
Producer

Russ Carney of America

  "Daryl"  Writer  Producer

The esteemed Russ Carney of America (heterosexual, but open-minded) has been writing creatively for at least an hour and he has, for over a decade, produced critically unacclaimed comedic works for the web in the form of print, visual art, audio and web animation: The Adventures of Pen-Pal, Teddy Guy, Eight Exciting Ways I'd Like To Fuck Martha Stewart For Christmas, Male Heterosexual Ass-Play Primer, The Leprechaun Field Guide, etc.

Much of his work contains an apathetically crass, yet exciting, punque roque sophistication aiming to mockingly criticize societal behaviors and to eviscerate corporate America.  Mr. Carney of America has unsuccessfully attempted to lure in a greater female fanbase by penning a series of unpopular MySpace blogs, none of which have ever been read by a woman.  His therapist interprets this as a normal manifestation of his self-destructive behavior.

Russ of America's work is influenced by many, including Dead Kennedys, George Carlin, NWA and Kool Keith.

RCoA is working with good friend and business partner Ron Corcillo (heterosexual, but open-minded) on the future installments of Daryl From OnCar as well as on a variety of projects desperately in need of funding.

Russ is survived by his two cats.

David McWhirter

David McWhirter

Director
Producer

David McWhirter

  Director  Producer

Bob Clendenin

Bob Clendenin

"Ted"

Bob Clendenin

  "Ted"

Bob was excited to get involved with StrikeTv as it allowed him to bust out of the "eye-candy" niche he had inhabited for so long. Not only did he get to show his "acting chops", he was able to keep his shirt on. At least until the wrap party.

Michele Scarabelli

Michele Scarabelli

"Judy"

Michele Scarabelli

  "Judy"

I've had the rare opportunity as an actor to play a wide variety of characters - everything from an alien mom (Alien Nation) to a chorus girl (Philip Marlowe) to a couple of nuns (Father Dowling, Due South). I've had the privilege to spend close to two years on location in Africa, getting to know some pretty wild animals as co-stars (Okavango). I've helped fly a chopper, soaring over some spectacular mountains in British Columbia (Airwolf).

I've also worked with some of the most talented actors in the industry - Dudley Moore in his comedy series Dudley, Hume Cronyn and Vince Gardenia in Age Old Friends, and John Ritter and Roddy McDowall in Loss of Faith, to name a few. I've also been blessed to have worked with Ken Johnson - producer, director, all round great guy and leader of the brilliant team that made Alien Nation one of the best shows ever.

I have learned an incredible amount along the way - both about my craft and about myself - one of the great gifts of my profession.

Stephen Mendel

Stephen Mendel

"Angry Driver"

Stephen Mendel

  "Angry Driver"

Stephen Mendel was born and raised in Montreal, Canada and yes, he does speak French. He is a dual American/Canadian citizen. After receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Drama from Bishop’s University and postgraduate studies at Concordia University he began an active career in theatre, voice, film and television.

A stint in a children’s musical theatre tour, which took in far northern Canada, crystal-lized his desire to come to southern California. He’d been in Los Angeles just long enough to have appeared on television shows on all the broadcast networks and movies at the major stu-dios, when he was offered the role of Detective Fred Carson on the CBS series “Night Heat” which ran for five seasons and filmed in Toronto, Canada. It became the number one show in Canada and won its time slot on CBS. While back in Canada, Stephen also had the opportunity to work on mini-series: “Echoes in the Darkness,” TV movies: “The Enigma of Bobby Bitt-man“ and guest star on other episodic television shows: “Mariah State“ and “The New Alfred Hitchcock Presents.” He hosted broadcast and live charitable events for Big Brothers, The Muscular Dystrophy Assoc., The Humane Society, The Multiple Sclerosis Assoc., and participated in celebrity sports events such as the American Airlines Skiathon. 

When “Night Heat” wrapped, he returned to Los Angeles and has been busy with TV guest star roles: “JAG”, “The Practice”, “Judging Amy”,  “The X-Files”,  “Murder She Wrote”, “L.A. Law” and several mini-series: “An Inconvenient Woman”, “Tom and Roseanne.”  Features include second leads in: “Provocateur” (starring Jane March), “Midnight Heat” (starring Tim Matheson), and “Jack Frost,” as well as leading roles in, “Exception to the Rule” (starring Eric McCormack), “Final Round” (starring Lorenzo Llamas), “Heaven’s Fire” (starring Eric Roberts) and “The Showdown.”

Stephen appears with Tom Hanks in the Steven Spielberg-directed feature “The Terminal” although sadly several scenes did not make the final cut.

Stephen recently completed filming on “CEO”, a major feature directed by Wu Tian Ming (most noted for his films The King of Masks and The Old Well), which took him to China (twice), Paris, New York and South Carolina.  Stephen has a busy voice over career with many radio and television commercials, documentary narrations, and the voice of Splinter, the ninja master rat, on the FOX live-action series “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation.”

Off-stage/camera, he plays the guitar and sings with a group of folk musicians at fund-raisers, charitable events and just for fun. He skies, teaches scuba diving, runs, backpacks, bicy-cles and practices the obscure martial art of aki-jutsu.

Floyd Dodd

Floyd Dodd

"Judy's Dad"

Floyd Dodd

  "Judy's Dad"

Madelynn Fattibene

Madelynn Fattibene

"The Other Woman"

Madelynn Fattibene

  "The Other Woman"

Paul Orehvec

Paul Orehvec

Associate Producer
Editor

Paul Orehvec

  Associate Producer  Editor

Edward G. Dadulak

Edward G. Dadulak

Director of Photography

Edward G. Dadulak

  Director of Photography

Edward Dadulak commenced his career in New York City  at Metromedia Television in Production Management.  In 1972 he migrated to Boston and WCVB-TV (ABC,) where as Director of Film operations he facilitated initial operations of this landmark station.  At WCVB-TV he served as Production Manager, Director, and Cinematographer for award-winning nationally syndicated documentaries, dramas, specials, and local public affairs programming.

By 1981 WCVB-TV had won Peabody awards and Emmys in nearly every category for its quality, quantity and diversity of programming.  A New York Times piece stated “this is America’s best TV station.”  Edward was recognized by the National Academy of Arts & Sciences with Emmy awards and honors in Cinematography for Outstanding Achievement for many of the same programs that brought accolades to WCVB.  He also received The American bar Association’s Silver Gavel award for a documentary on the Criminal Justice System.  1984 found Dadulak in Los Angeles honing his lighting skills and initiating a life as a freelance cinematographer.  Since then his work includes commercials, documentaries, cable, network television, and corporate programs.  Clients include Kathy Ireland Worldwide, Scripps, Herzog Cohen, Paramount, and Warner Bros., and a numerous list of production companies.  He was also awarded a national daytime Emmy for the “Better Homes and Gardens” television series.

Currently, with thirty-five plus years of experience in film/video production, lighting and shooting both multi and single camera, studio and field productions, he has supplemented his skills as an expert in the field of Advanced Digital Cinematography or High Definition Video, cine or video styles.

Andrew Edelman

Andrew Edelman

Sound Mixer

Andrew Edelman

  Sound Mixer

Mark Tobey

Mark Tobey

Assistant Director

Mark Tobey

  Assistant Director

David Kwok

David Kwok

Production Coordinator
Still Photography

David Kwok

  Production Coordinator  Still Photography

After spending many years in education helping improve the minds of our young, David is now trying to undo all of that by working in the entertainment industry for a major studio. When asked about the differences between the education and entertainment industries, David said, “The two are actually similar. My prior life was spent helping high school and college kids get better scores on their standardized tests like the SAT or LSAT. Most of those kids were normal but some were spoiled rotten. Same thing in the entertainment industry except those kids are just older.”

When he’s not working on his friends’ film projects for free, David can be found swing dancing (he danced on an episode of Home Improvement – seriously) or adding pictures to his photography portfolio. A mostly reformed cynic, he now tries to look on the sunny side of life even though the sun causes skin cancer. When asked if Daryl from OnCar would be a hit, David eloquently replied, “whatever.”

Noon Orsatti

Noon Orsatti

Stunt Double
Stunt Coordinator

Noon Orsatti

  Stunt Double  Stunt Coordinator

Peter "Hopper" Stone

Peter "Hopper" Stone

Still Photography

Peter "Hopper" Stone

  Still Photography

While it is commonly believed that he was born in Boston in 1962, Hopper Stone is actually a 4000 year old emissary from the planet Zornak.  After 20 years of posing as a photographer, Hopper has decided that when his people take over this planet, he will put the names of all of those he has met along the way on the list of those to be protected. More at: www.stonefoto.com.
Photo: Nick D’Agosto

Jimmy Jue

Jimmy Jue

Extras Casting

Jimmy Jue

  Extras Casting

I've been a lead casting director at Central Casting for over 21 glorious years and have cast everything from the classics, such as "Murder She Wrote," to today's biggest hits, including "Transformers II."

I continue to exceed my clients’ expectations, from the perfectly suited actors I send to their sets down to the prompt and efficient service we practice during the casting process.

Rebecca Scott

Rebecca Scott

"Butt Slap Mom"

Rebecca Scott

  "Butt Slap Mom"

Rebecca's derriere has appeared in numerous cell phone messages and e-mails and is currently touring the Balkan states.

Gretchen Raff

Gretchen Raff

"Barista"
"Other Mom"

Gretchen Raff

  "Barista"  "Other Mom"

Geralyn Ruane

Geralyn Ruane

"Darla From OnCar"
"Announcer"

Geralyn Ruane

  "Darla From OnCar"  "Announcer"

Geralyn Ruane’s favorite numbers are 18 and 1 and her favorite Hardy Boy is whichever one Parker Stevenson played. Until Daryl From Oncar, Geralyn’s last foray into film was The Coroner, the 1999 sexploitation suspense/horror/thriller she wrote by hand. These days, when Geralyn is not hosting her radio show Better Times After 50! on adviceradio.com. or drinking chocolate milk right from the spoon, she is working on her monthly blog column Things That Make Me Go Mmmruh at occsliceoforange.blogspot.com. And when she’s not doing all that stuff? She is busy writing her way back onto the New York Times Best Seller List. Geralyn’s short story “Jane Austen Meets the New York Giants” is published in Marlo Thomas’s The Right Words at the Right Time, Volume 2.

Sydney Hibbs

Sydney Hibbs

"Neighbor Girl"

Sydney Hibbs

  "Neighbor Girl"

Baylee

Baylee

"The Dog"

Baylee

  "The Dog"

Mark Mueller

Mark Mueller

Assistant Editor

Mark Mueller

  Assistant Editor

Ryan Perlman

Ryan Perlman

Music Supervisor

Ryan Perlman

  Music Supervisor

Ryan started as the manager of the reggae band, Inna Sense, co-owning  Swee' Pea Records with his current partner, artist/producer/composer Peter McEvilley, aka Peas.  In 2005,  while Perlman was co-managing  Peas, "Filters" was released to critical acclaim on the Domo Music Group via Kanpai Records. Filters charted to #3 on the  iTunes  electronica chart. That same year, both started Orange Table, a full-service music house/production company for film/tv/commercials.

Orange Table licenses music from our library of "real music from real bands," and also works on custom gigs. We exist in the space between  vision and actualization. Credits include commercial spots for  Tylenol, Asics, NFL, Visa and more; in television, most recently,  "Samantha Who", "MTV's "The Real World," "Ninja Scroll",  "Huff", "Bones", Men in Trees,”  and "CSI: NY.” Credits in composing and original music for film: "When Stand Up Stood Out", "Deuce Bigalow European Gigalow", "Grandma's Boy", and more.

Peter McEvilley

Peter McEvilley

Composer

Peter McEvilley

  Composer

Born and raised in Cincinnati, Peter was classically trained as a pianist and percussionist. After winning several music awards during high school, he moved to Miami with a full scholarship to New World School of the Arts. He spent the next few years touring with the reggae band "Inna Sense." During this time he developed his skills as a producer and DJ.

As a DJ, McEvilley has performed at some of South Beach's hottest clubs and parties (Chaos' millennium New Year's party, Nikki Beach 
Club, Pearl, Rumi, Touch, and Automatic Slim's). As a producer he has worked with Grammy-award-winning producer Narada Michael Walden on several projects, and he has produced and written for Hollywood Records recording artist Myra, as well as several Japanese artists on Toys  Factory Records. McEvilley also produced dance music for the feature  film "Trick" and is a regular contributor to ABC's music library.

In 2005, Peas’ CD “Filters” hit #3 on the iTunes electronica chart, was in the top 20 on the college radio charts for over a month, and received critical acclaim in URB and Atomica magazines. McEvilley is currently working on his follow up to Filters, and co-owns Orange Table with Ryan Perlman.

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Production Notes

ADDITIONAL MUSIC
“FEARLESS” BY PAUL MONJEE
“SEVENTEEN” & “GOOD DAY” BY THE MONJEES
“FRESH ONE” & “LARRY 12” BY CAPTAIN SAMPLE


SPECIAL THANKS TO
Michael Robin
Mark Mueller
Tracy Zigler
StrikeTV
Peter Hyoguchi
Julie Rayhanabad
Scott Schlichter
Peter Bankins
ISS Props
Garrett Blutter
Paul Blutter
Culver City Councilman Mehaul O’Leary
Orangetable Entertainment
Worldwide Digital Services
BandPro Digital Services
Central Casting
Joxer Daly’s Bar
Summer Wesson
Andree Juvilar
Spike Silver

Comments (40)

aprilffi (18th September 2009)
Hilarious! Great show! Cast me. lol

Russ Of America (14th May 5450)
Daryl From OnCar Wins Best Comedy Short @ 2009 LA Comedy Shorts Film Festival. See our StrikeTV forum for more details.

innae (14th May 1949)
It's Vork from The Guild..oh happiness

and this is just too funny.

pixeljuice (25th February 2009)
Good job! Well acted and Russ did a great job as Daryl. Looking forward to more.

Russ Of America (14th May 8826)
Daryl From OnCar @ LA Comedy Shorts Film Festival

Hi folks, we are ecstatic to announce that Daryl From OnCar will be screening at the LA Comedy Shorts Film Festival on Friday March 6th at 2pm. Tickets are $10-ish and the venue is the Downtown Independent Theater at 251 S. Main Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012. We're pleased to be included with several other talented filmmakers.

If you can make it, we'd love to meet you; Stick around and say hello!

Map:
http://lacomedyshorts.bside.com/2009/venues/screening/2470574253/print

Tickets and info:
http://lacomedyshorts.bside.com/2009/schedule

corcillo (14th May 7637)
A special announcement: Daryl From OnCar has been selected for the LA Comedy Shorts FIlm Festival March 5-8. Details on screening times to follow!

gee man (14th May 9569)
I laughed out loud. This is very funny stuff. More. Now.

scarecrow (4th January 2009)
Daryl is one funny dude.

JoeGillis2 (14th May 6426)
Any webisode thatmanages to touch on both whorehouses and "An Afternoon withJon Tesh" is a winner in my book. Kudos.

diana (18th November 2008)
I loved this. Can't wait for rhe next one.

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