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If You're Seeing This Tape ...

Episode 1:  "If you're seeing this tape..."  An ailing billionaire uses a videotaped Last Will & Testament to settle old scores. Stars Timothy Dalton, Joanne Whalley, and Stan Freberg as "Mostly Mozart" DJ.

where there's a will, there's a widow  -  unknown sender

 

 

 

Beta Test "Director's Cut"

Episode 2:  "beta test"  An overworked and underpaid American IT engineer discovers he is being cheated by a European cartel.

it's not a bug, it's a feature  -  unknown sender

Slippery Slope

Episode 3:  "slippery slope"  Two sexy actresses appearing in "Hardwood Pictures" latest production have a hidden agenda. Stars Ashley Shultz and Amy Main.

she's the man, baby  -  unknown sender

Return Engagement

Episode 4:  "return engagement"  Retired Las Vegas legend “The Great Garibaldi”(Stan Freberg) must use every trick in his repertoire to foil home invaders (played by Holly Kaplan and Geoff Meed).

 

his act always killed -– unknown sender

 

 

 

 

Sorry, Wrong Website

Episode five: “sorry, wrong website” - An assassin posing as a hotel employee (Michael Shunnarah) receives his instructions from a mysterious internet domain.


it’s “i” before “e”, except after “c” – unknown sender

 

Spin Cycle

A tenant in her building's laundry room suspects a stranger is waiting for something more sinister than the dryer.

"Blood is the hardest stain."

Steven E. de Souza

Steven E. de Souza

Writer
Director
Producer

Steven E. de Souza

  Writer  Director  Producer

One of the handful of Hollywood screenwriters whose films have grossed two billion dollars world-wide, Steven E. de Souza’s credits include the genre-setting action films Die Hard and 48 HRS, as well as such hits as Commando, The Running Man, Ricochet,  Die Hard 2, and The Flintstones.   His most recent projects have been the critically acclaimed psychological thriller Possessed, which he also directed, and Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life.

Upcoming are the futuristic thriller Isobar for producer Dean Devlin;  the martial arts epic Return of the Ninja with Japanese star Sho Kosugi, and, for Christmas 2008, Gotta Catch Santa, with William Shatner starring as an action-adventure Claus.

Off-screen, Mr. De Souza is the architect of the current “re-boot” of Will Eisner's classic comic, Sheena, Queen of the Jungle, for Devils Due Publishing, which has been applauded by fans and reviewers alike.  Mr. de Souza’s byline has also appeared in The New York Times and The Los Angeles Times, and in Premiere, Buzz, Crawdaddy, and Fade-In magazines.  He is a two-time nominee for the Edgar Allen Poe Award for Best Mystery Screenplay, and a recipient of the Imagen Foundation's Norman Lear Award for Lifetime Achievement in Writing.

Timothy Dalton

Timothy Dalton

"Husband"

Timothy Dalton

  "Husband"

Timothy Dalton may be one of the last of the dying breed of swashbuckling, classically-trained Shakespearean actors who have forged successful careers in theater, television and film.  As a teenager in Wales, he was a member of the Air Cadets, but left Grammar School in 1964 for the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts.  From there he joined the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, and in 1968 made his film debut in The Lion in Winter, with Peter O'Toole, Katherine Hepburn, and Anthony Hopkins.

That year producer Cubby Broccoli asked Dalton to take over for Sean Connery in the role of James Bond.  Dalton felt he was too young for the part and turned it down, instead playing a series of roles which would bring him world wide attention and fans: As the tortured lover Heathcliff in Wuthering Heights, as Prince Barin in the cult classic Flash Gordon, and as Mr. Rochester in the award winning 1983 BBC miniseries Jane Eyre.

By 1986, the tall, lean, green-eyed Dalton felt ready to step into the shoes of Agent 007. Unlike Roger Moore, who had played Bond as a lighthearted playboy, Dalton's portrayal was darker, more grittily realistic and a welcomed relief for fans. Often seen referencing the novels on set, Dalton determined to play the character as described by Fleming, and also performed most of his own the stunts. The results, The Living Daylights (1987), grossed more than the previous two Bond films with Moore. Dalton was contracted to do three Bond films, but after Licence to Kill, production on the third film was delayed by the infamous legal wrangling between UA/MGM and EON that lasted four years. By the time GoldenEye was ready to roll, Dalton had committed to the role of Rhett Butler in Scarlett and was unavailable.

He played the duplicitous matine idol Neville Sinclair in 1991's The Rocketeer, criminal informant Eddie Myers in the lauded 1992 British miniseries Framed, and then appeared in the Irish Republican Army drama The Informant, and as Julius Caesar in the 1999 TV movie Cleopatra.

In 2001 he gained critical acclaim for his role as a troubled priest in Possessed (directed by UNKNOWN SENDER's Steven E. de Souza), and parodied his 007 role in Looney Tunes: Back in Action. Dalton then returned to London and the theatre to play Lord Asriel in the stage version of His Dark Materials (the same character is played in the 2007 film by Dalton's James Bond successor, Daniel Craig).In 2007, he was universally singled out by critics for his bravura turn as villain Simon Skinner in the highly acclaimed action/comedy movie Hot Fuzz.

Dalton, who is unmarried, lives in Los Angeles with his son, Alexander.

Joanne Whalley

Joanne Whalley

"Wife"

Joanne Whalley

  "Wife"

Born in Manchester, England, Joanne began acting when she was only ten with a recurring role on the popular long-running British TV serial Coronation Street. She was then accepted into England's Royal Court Theatre, performing ingénue roles in such classics as "The Three Sisters" for which we earned an Olivier nomination.

The doe-eyed beauty was a natural for film, and attracted considerable attention playing a groupie in Pink Floyd's The Wall. She went on to appear on screen with some of Britain's most lauded talents, including Miranda Richardson and Rupert Everett in the stylish 50's period piece Dance with a Stranger; George C. Scott in A Christmas Carol; and Sir Anthony Hopkins in the bitter-edged social drama The Good Father. She followed these with starring roles in the superlative epic dramas Reilly: Ace of Spies, Edge of Darkness (earning a BAFTA nomination) and The Singing Detective.

Joanne top-lined Will You Love Me Tomorrow playing an unstable young woman leaving the security of an institution for the first time. Her next role as the sexy but deadly female Robin Hood “Sorsha” in Ron Howard’s fantasy adventure Willow became not only her first Hollywood picture, but also introduced her to leading man Val Kilmer, whom married in 1988. As Joanne Whalley-Kilmer, she paired with Kilmer once more, playing a con artist in Kill Me Again, then gave a dazzling performance as call girl Christine Keeler in Scandal, which revisited the 60’s sex scandal that brought down the British government.  (The U.K. poster of Joanne wearing nothing but a ladder-backed chair was deemed too hot for America and has become a collectible.)

Willow led to more Hollywood roles for the new British "bad girl" and Joanne appeared opposite Charlie Sheen in Navy Seals and Tom Berenger in Shattered. She also won the coveted but extremely daunting role of Scarlett O'Hara in the sequel to "Gone With the Wind" Scarlett, playing opposite her UNKNOWN SENDER co-star, Timothy Dalton.

Now a resident of Los Angeles, Joanne is currently garnering rave notices in the American premiere of Irish playwright Billy Roche’s “Poor Beast in the Rain” at the Matrix Theater.

Marilyn Vance

Marilyn Vance

Producer

Marilyn Vance

  Producer

Marilyn Vance has completed more than 60 motion pictures as a costume Designer, Executive Producer and Producer for various studios and Networks. She is currently the co-founder of “Vance Entertainment” where they just acquired 150 books of the best selling author and parapsychologist Hans Holzer.  Vance Entertainment also set-up “Beauty Academy” at Lifetime Network which is a weekly elimination competition reality series scheduled to begin shooting in the summer of 2008. Vance also raised a fund of 10 million dollars from sports figures playing football for the San Diego Chargers to shoot 3 in the physiological thriller genre.

Gregg Vance

Gregg Vance

Producer

Gregg Vance

  Producer

A show business brat courtesy of his Academy Award nominee mother, Gregg started out in the business as an actor and writer. The co-founder of Vance Entertainment, he is currently prepping two television series as different as night and day: “Night” being a supernatural show based on the life and work of parapsychologist Hans Holzer, and “day” the Lifetime Network reality series "Beauty Academy". Gregg has also raised a multi-million dollar production fund with players from the San Diego Chargers to make three films in the psychological thriller genre.

Kevin Rubio

Kevin Rubio

Producer

Kevin Rubio

  Producer

With UNKNOWN SENDER, award winning writer and producer Kevin Rubio returns to the arena he arguably invented with his world famous Star Wars-meets-COPS parody TROOPS, the most virally spread film every made, and which WIRED magazine credits with starting the entire Internet short film craze. TROOPS was later recognized by Lucasfilm with the Pioneer Award at the 2002 Official Star Wars Fan Film Awards. Subsequently, Lucas personally asked Kevin to bring his mix of humor and Science Fiction to the official Dark Horse Star Wars comics line, and he delivered "Tag and Bink Are Dead", which has become one of the most lauded independent comic titles in print. His follow-up compilation "Tag and Bink Were Here" was named one of the top trade paperback books of 2006 by The American Library Association.

Kevin’s list of writer/director credits includes the Sci-Fi Channel’s Alien Hunter (a sort of Crocodile Hunter in space), MTV’s “Transformers” parody Colossor; Action Man for Fox Kids, and USA Network’s Storm Watch, produced with Kevin’s UNKNOWN SENDER cohort Steven E. de Souza.

In 2007, Kevin Rubio was contracted by G4 to help integrate their top rated program Attack of the Show with its web counterpart on Stickam. There, he can be seen frequently on camera, responding to fans’ questions and banter. He lives in Los Angeles and is working on his new series "Abyss" for Red 5 Comics.

Dan De Souza

Dan De Souza

Producer
Post Production Coordinator

Dan De Souza

  Producer  Post Production Coordinator

A Cable ACE winning video producer whose clients include Queen Latifah, ASCAP and Black Entertainment Television, Dan has produced video homages for such artists and composers as Annie Lennox, Tom Waits, Elvis Costello, Steely Dan, Jay-Z, Steve Miller, Lionel Richie, James Newton Howard, Howard Shore, Alan Silvestri and Mark Shaiman.

Dan also happens to be UNKNOWN SENDER writer-director Steven E. de Souza’s brother, though this last point remains in dispute, as Dan still recalls Steven telling him at a very young age that he was an adopted alien child, found near a UFO crash site… providing an early predisposition for the series’ off-beat take on reality.

Amy de Souza

Amy de Souza

Associate Producer
Casting Director

Amy de Souza

  Associate Producer  Casting Director

In a scene that could be from a movie, seven year-old Amy de Souza was visiting Universal Studios when the red-haired moppet was spotted in the crowd by a talent scout.  She worked the next few years as a child actor and model - or, as she now puts it, just long enough to realize that the action she really liked was behind the camera.

Starting out as an assistant to "Unknown Sender" Producer Marilyn Vance on the film "Mystery Men", she soon carved out a well-deserved reputation in casting, working to create the ensembles for productions such as "Robbery Homicide Division", "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story", "Martian Child" and "Taken".

With "Unknown Sender", Amy moves to a producer's chair for the first time.

Ben De Carlo

Ben De Carlo

Production Supervisor

Ben De Carlo

  Production Supervisor

Josh Stricklin

Josh Stricklin

Production Designer

Josh Stricklin

  Production Designer

Harrison Plantico

Harrison Plantico

Props

Harrison Plantico

  Props

Sekou Hamilton

Sekou Hamilton

Assistant to Steven de Souza

Sekou Hamilton

  Assistant to Steven de Souza

Sekou Hamilton grew up in Reston, Virginia, one of the nation’s first planned communities just outside of Washington D.C.  But historic monuments and towering oak trees couldn’t hold Sekou who left the suburban bliss of his beloved Virginia for the frozen tundra of upstate New York’s Syracuse University.  He was immediately bit by the film bug stirring up a lifelong obsession with movies and television that would take him all the way to Los Angeles with his sites set on writing, directing and eating at the famed In-N-Out Burger.  Sekou immediately landed on a television series, working as a production assistant and putting his Film degree to good use ordering lunch, making Starbucks runs and photocopying scripts.  But two cars, three cell phones, fourteen television series and countless Double-doubles later, Sekou would finally ascend to the position of staff writer, most recently working on the CBS crime drama, “Numb3rs”.  In time, and a few more In-n-Out burgers, he’ll soon be directing!

WiIliam E. Knochel

WiIliam E. Knochel

2nd AD

WiIliam E. Knochel

  2nd AD

Peter V. Meiselman

Peter V. Meiselman

Production Sound Mixer

Peter V. Meiselman

  Production Sound Mixer

Edward J. Pei

Edward J. Pei

Director Of Photography

Edward J. Pei

  Director Of Photography

Director of Photography for the ABC TV series Lost, Emmy nominee and ASC award winner Edward J. Pei is Hollywood’s go-to guy for epic mini-series and bio-pics such as The Ten Commandments (2006) Helen of Troy (2003) ; 10,000 Black Men Named George (2002) Anne Rice’s Feast of All Saints (2001), Larry McMurtry’s "Streets of Laredo" (1995) and its sequel "Dead Man's Walk" (1996) and Stephen King’s "The Stand" (1994). With UNKNOWN SENDER, he ventures into the new waters of the Internet with two familiar faces: Director Steven E. de Souza and star Timothy Dalton, both Edward’s collaborators on Possessed: The True Story of an Exorcism. (2000).

David Berry

David Berry

Camera Operator (A Cam)

David Berry

  Camera Operator (A Cam)

Vince Rodriquez

Vince Rodriquez

Camera (B Cam)

Vince Rodriquez

  Camera (B Cam)

Shant Jordan

Shant Jordan

Visual Effects Supervisor

Shant Jordan

  Visual Effects Supervisor

Digital wizard Shant Jordan first rocketed to national attention as a producer and special effects supervisor of the mockumentary film Troops, which made its debut on the Internet in 1997. The film is a parody of COPS, set in the Star Wars universe. Directed by UNKNOWN SENDER producer Kevin Rubio, the film jump-started the modern fan film movement, as it was one of the first short films to bring fan films into the digital age, taking advantage of internet distribution and affordable production and special effects. Incredibly popular with Star Wars fans, Fan Films Quarterly listed Troops as one of the 10 most pivotal moments in fan film history in its summer 2006 issue.

In addition to providing UNKNOWN SENDER with its feature-quality effects, Shant has most recently worked as a digital effects artist, animator and compositor for productions as varied as Where the Wild Things Are (2009) ,The Happening (2008), Street Kings (2008) , The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl 3-D (2005) , Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004), and The Day After Tomorrow (2004).

Terry Kelly

Terry Kelly

Editor

Terry Kelly

  Editor

Pete Kneser

Pete Kneser

Sound Editor

Pete Kneser

  Sound Editor

Originally a drummer by trade, Pete's eventual need for a real job lead him to the world of composing, sound design and mixing. You have heard his work on numerous national television commercials, major network promos, films such as Oliver Stone's "Any Given Sunday", shows including "American Idol" and "The Real World" and many independent and short films starring the likes of Amanda Peet, Peter Weller and Nikki Reed. See www.petesound.com.
 

Bryant Arnet

Bryant Arnet

Sound Editor

Bryant Arnet

  Sound Editor

Jessica Flaherty

Jessica Flaherty

Costumes

Jessica Flaherty

  Costumes

Justin Gay

Justin Gay

Boom Operator

Justin Gay

  Boom Operator

Sarah Lewis

Sarah Lewis

Sound Utiity

Sarah Lewis

  Sound Utiity

Sarah has been pursuing a career in film since she was 16 years old. She went to a trade school in New York, where she studied Video Production, followed by film school in Orlando. She's been working in Production Sound for a number of years on various Independent Features, shorts and other projects, and is currently both a Boom operator and a Sound Assistant.

Brian Crane

Brian Crane

Gaffer

Brian Crane

  Gaffer

Martika Ibara

Martika Ibara

Key Makeup artist

Martika Ibara

  Key Makeup artist

Jen Giragos

Jen Giragos

Key Makeup Special Effects/Hair

Jen Giragos

  Key Makeup Special Effects/Hair

Charlie Evans

Charlie Evans

Assistant Makeup/Hair

Charlie Evans

  Assistant Makeup/Hair

Phil Aplleton

Phil Aplleton

Publicity
Set Photographer

Phil Aplleton

  Publicity  Set Photographer

Bram Tihany

Bram Tihany

Graphic Designer

Bram Tihany

  Graphic Designer

Colin R. Knapp

Colin R. Knapp

Set PA

Colin R. Knapp

  Set PA

Steven E. De Souza

Steven E. De Souza

Writer
Director
Producer

Steven E. De Souza

  Writer  Director  Producer

One of the handful of Hollywood screenwriters whose films have grossed two billion dollars world-wide, Steven E. de Souza’s credits include the genre-setting action films Die Hard and 48 HRS, as well as such hits as Commando, The Running Man, Ricochet, Die Hard 2, and The Flintstones. His most recent projects have been the critically acclaimed psychological thriller Possessed, which he also directed, and Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life.

Upcoming are the futuristic thriller Isobar for producer Dean Devlin; the martial arts epic Return of the Ninja with Japanese star Sho Kosugi, and, for Christmas 2008, Gotta Catch Santa, with William Shatner starring as an action-adventure Claus.

Off-screen, Mr. De Souza is the architect of the current “re-boot” of Will Eisner's classic comic, Sheena, Queen of the Jungle, for Devils Due Publishing, which has been applauded by fans and reviewers alike. Mr. de Souza’s byline has also appeared in The New York Times and The Los Angeles Times, and in Premiere, Buzz, Crawdaddy, and Fade-In magazines. He is a two-time nominee for the Edgar Allen Poe Award for Best Mystery Screenplay, and a recipient of the Imagen Foundation's Norman Lear Award for Lifetime Achievement in Writing.

Alexander Cardinale

Alexander Cardinale

"Withers"

Alexander Cardinale

  "Withers"

Alexander Cardinale (AKA Xander) is a California native, and was raised on the central coast in Monterey. His love and determination to pursue a life in the arts brought him out to Los Angeles to attend The Theater Academy at LACC. After graduating from the performing arts conservatory, at the age of 21, Xander began working as a professional (SAG) actor. Some TV highlights include playing “Chuck The Squatter” on Malcom In The Middle, along with Co-Starring appearances on Gilmore Girls, Wicked Wicked Games and JAG. Film highlights include: Starring as “Hank” in the upcoming Chad Peter dark comedy: Sex, Drugs & Natalie Portman. Along with featured appearances in CRAZY, Friendly Fire and Tony Scott’s Déjà Vu. Xander is also an accomplished singer/songwriter and producer. He performs across the country, establishing his position as an emotionally revealing and talented artist. He has also built a sizable following on the Internet with over 20,000 plays on his myspace.com page in just 6 months. Also recently, he was a semi-finalist in the national singer/songwriter competitions Acoustic Live and the prestigious International Songwriting Competition (ISC). www.AlexanderCardinale.com

Viola Sator

Viola Sator

"German Exec"

Viola Sator

  "German Exec"

Viola Sator was born in Hamburg , Germany.

She started acting in Kindergarten, when she was four years old. After finishing school, Viola was accepted at the Stage School of Music, Dance and Drama in Hamburg, took lots of private acting classes, which also included classical training (Shakespeare, Schiller and Goethe) with Dr. Horst Antlitz, and became a state certified actress.

In Germany, besides various roles in short films, theatre- and musical productions, Viola guest starred in the television show “Sonntags Geoeffnet” and she was the female lead in the independent action-horror movie “Evil (K)Nights”.

Viola has been calling Los Angeles her home for two years now. She keeps on developing her craft, and for over a year she has been studying with the well known acting teacher Eric Morris.

In December 2007 Viola Sator paid a tribute to the great Marlene Dietrich by performing her song “Falling In Love Again” in the “Vaudeville Show” at the NoHo London Music Hall. Unknown Sender – “Beta Test” is Viola’s first opportunity to work in the film industry in Los Angeles.

Molly Kohler Pei

Molly Kohler Pei

"German Exec"

Molly Kohler Pei

  "German Exec"

Molly Kohler Pei has been in the entertainment business for thirty years. She received her classical theatre training at Mountview Theatre School in London, England and studied with acclaimed acting teacher Alice Spivak in New York City for 8 years. She studied voice for the musical theatre with Earl Wentz in New York City and currently studies classical singing with Linda Ottsen in Ventura. Molly is a member of Screen Actor's Guild (SAG), American Federation of
Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) and Actors' Equity Association (AEA). She has the pleasure of working in many different areas of the entertainment field and serves on the boards of Channel Islands Choral Association as President and Ventura County Gilbert & Sullivan Repertoire Company as Vice President.

Michael Butler Murray

Michael Butler Murray

"British Exec"

Michael Butler Murray

  "British Exec"

Michael Butler Murray has been seen on screen and stage for years in L.A., N.Y. and Chicago and even though he is a nice Long Island boy, he often plays a British man. His latest stage role was Harry, the British banker in the National Tour of "Mamma Mia!" He wrote and starred in the award-winning comedy short, "The Day Of The Grackle"(gracklefilm.com) and is producing a film he co-wrote called, "The Good Samaritan."

At the moment, Murray is also working on a music/comedy CD for his duo, "Skookie & Mur;" the title of which is "Songs For The Inarticulate." It's a real foot-stomper.
 

Brian Rodda

Brian Rodda

"Asst to German Exec"

Brian Rodda

  "Asst to German Exec"

Brian is thrilled to be apart of Unknown Sender and have the opportunity to work with Mr. DeSouza. Mr. Rodda can also be seen on Strike.TV in Life In General and West Guild Story. When not acting, he is a founding member of the Strike.TV team, the line producer for the upcoming documentary StrikeTV documentary, and an Associate Artistic Director with US Performing Arts. National Tours include: Alexander Who's Not Going to Move (Kennedy Center), Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (Kennedy Center). Regional credits include: A Class Act, Studio Theatre; Cinderella, Sacramento Theater Company; The Robber Bridegroom, American Century Theatre. Television audiences may also know Brian as the "Sales Guy" from a national spot for Carmax. Brian holds a B.A. in Spanish from UC Davis.

 

Drea Hoffman

Drea Hoffman

"Asst to British Exec"

Drea Hoffman

  "Asst to British Exec"

Drea Hoffman is originally from Olympia, Washington. She has trained in Los Angeles, San Diego and New York. She recently stared in an Independent Feature, Ocatilla Flat which is in the festival circuit this year. Other film credits include leading roles in The Possessor, Just another Musical Comedy, Adam and Eve, and Strike City. Theater credits include Floating Rhoda and the Glueman, Unveiled, a one-woman show she wrote, directed and produced; Blind Art and Suds and Cigs, both to her writing and directing credits. Also a filmmaker and graduate of U.S.C. Film School, Drea has worked in several aspects of production. Currently, she is an editor for ABC Television/Disney in On-Air Promotions.

 

Marilyn Vance

Marilyn Vance

Producer

Marilyn Vance

  Producer

Academy Award and BATFA nominee Marilyn Vance has completed more than 60 motion pictures and television programs as a costume Designer, Executive Producer and Producer. The founder and CEO of Vance Entertainment, her follow up to UNKNOWN SENDER will be another venture into the strange and supernatural, with a series based on the life and work of best selling international author and parapsychologist Hans Holzer. Vance Entertainment is also currently prepping the competition reality series "Beauty Academy" for Lifetime Network.

Gregg Vance

Gregg Vance

Producer

Gregg Vance

  Producer

A show business brat courtesy of his Academy Award nominee mother, Gregg started out in the business as an actor and writer. The co-founder of Vance Entertainment, he is currently prepping two television series as different as night and day: “Night” being a supernatural show based on the life and work of parapsychologist Hans Holzer, and “day” the Lifetime Network reality series "Beauty Academy". Gregg has also raised a multi-million dollar production fund with players from the San Diego Chargers to make three films in the psychological thriller genre.

Kevin Rubio

Kevin Rubio

Producer

Kevin Rubio

  Producer

With UNKNOWN SENDER, award winning writer and producer Kevin Rubio returns to the arena he arguably invented with his world famous Star Wars-meets-COPS parody TROOPS, the most virally spread film every made, and which WIRED magazine credits with starting the entire Internet short film craze. TROOPS was later recognized by Lucasfilm with the Pioneer Award at the 2002 Official Star Wars Fan Film Awards. Subsequently, Lucas personally asked Kevin to bring his mix of humor and Science Fiction to the official Dark Horse Star Wars comics line, and he delivered "Tag and Bink Are Dead", which has become one of the most lauded independent comic titles in print. His follow-up compilation "Tag and Bink Were Here" was named one of the top trade paperback books of 2006 by The American Library Association.

Kevin’s list of writer/director credits includes the Sci-Fi Channel’s Alien Hunter (a sort of Crocodile Hunter in space), MTV’s “Transformers” parody Colossor; Action Man for Fox Kids, and USA Network’s Storm Watch, produced with Kevin’s UNKNOWN SENDER cohort Steven E. de Souza.  

In 2007, Kevin Rubio was contracted by G4 to help integrate their top rated program Attack of the Show with its web counterpart on Stickam. There, he can be seen frequently on camera, responding to fans’ questions and banter. He lives in Los Angeles and is working on his new series "Abyss" for Red 5 Comics.  

Daniel De Souza

Daniel De Souza

Producer
Post Production Coordinator

Daniel De Souza

  Producer  Post Production Coordinator

A Cable ACE winning video producer whose clients include Queen Latifah, ASCAP and Black Entertainment Television, Dan has produced video homages for such artists and composers as Annie Lennox, Tom Waits, Elvis Costello, Steely Dan, Jay-Z, Steve Miller, Lionel Richie, James Newton Howard, Howard Shore, Alan Silvestri and Mark Shaiman.

Dan also happens to be UNKNOWN SENDER writer-director Steven E. de Souza’s brother, though this last point remains in dispute, as Dan still recalls Steven telling him at a very young age that he was an adopted alien child, found near a UFO crash site… providing an early predisposition for the series’ off-beat take on reality.
 

Amy De Souza

Amy De Souza

Associate Producer
Post Production Coordinator

Amy De Souza

  Associate Producer  Post Production Coordinator

In a scene that could be from a movie, seven year-old Amy de Souza was visiting Universal Studios when the red-haired moppet was spotted in the crowd by a talent scout. She worked the next few years as a child actor and model - or, as she now puts it, just long enough to realize that the action she really liked was behind the camera.

Starting out as an assistant to "Unknown Sender" Producer Marilyn Vance on the film "Mystery Men", she soon carved out a well-deserved reputation in casting, working to create the ensembles for productions such as "Robbery Homicide Division", "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story", "Martian Child" and "Taken".

With "Unknown Sender", Amy moves to a producer's chair for the first time.
 

Ben De Carlo

Ben De Carlo

Production Supervisor

Ben De Carlo

  Production Supervisor

Josh Stricklin

Josh Stricklin

Production Designer

Josh Stricklin

  Production Designer

Harrison Plantico

Harrison Plantico

Props

Harrison Plantico

  Props

Sekou Hamilton

Sekou Hamilton

Assistant to Steven De Souza

Sekou Hamilton

  Assistant to Steven De Souza

Sekou Hamilton grew up in Reston, Virginia, one of the nation’s first planned communities just outside of Washington D.C. But historic monuments and towering oak trees couldn’t hold Sekou who left the suburban bliss of his beloved Virginia for the frozen tundra of upstate New York’s Syracuse University. He was immediately bit by the film bug stirring up a lifelong obsession with movies and television that would take him all the way to Los Angeles with his sites set on writing, directing and eating at the famed In-N-Out Burger. Sekou immediately landed on a television series, working as a production assistant and putting his Film degree to good use ordering lunch, making Starbucks runs and photocopying scripts. But two cars, three cell phones, fourteen television series and countless Double-doubles later, Sekou would finally ascend to the position of staff writer, most recently working on the CBS crime drama, “Numb3rs”. In time, and a few more In-n-Out burgers, he’ll soon be directing!

William E. Knochel

William E. Knochel

2nd Assistant Director

William E. Knochel

  2nd Assistant Director

Peter V. Meiselman

Peter V. Meiselman

Production Sound Mixer

Peter V. Meiselman

  Production Sound Mixer

Edward J. Pei

Edward J. Pei

Director of Photography

Edward J. Pei

  Director of Photography

Director of Photography for the ABC TV series Lost, Emmy nominee and ASC award winner Edward J. Pei is Hollywood’s go-to guy for epic mini-series and bio-pics such as The Ten Commandments (2006) Helen of Troy (2003) ; 10,000 Black Men Named George (2002) Anne Rice’s Feast of All Saints (2001), Larry McMurtry’s "Streets of Laredo" (1995) and its sequel "Dead Man's Walk" (1996) and Stephen King’s "The Stand" (1994). With UNKNOWN SENDER, he ventures into the new waters of the Internet with two familiar faces: Director Steven E. de Souza and star Timothy Dalton, both Edward’s collaborators on Possessed: The True Story of an Exorcism. (2000).

David Berry

David Berry

Camera Operator (A Cam)

David Berry

  Camera Operator (A Cam)

Vincent Rodriquez

Vincent Rodriquez

Camera Operator (B Cam)

Vincent Rodriquez

  Camera Operator (B Cam)

Shant Jordan

Shant Jordan

Visual Effects Supervisor

Shant Jordan

  Visual Effects Supervisor

Digital wizard Shant Jordan first rocketed to national attention as a producer and special effects supervisor of the mockumentary film Troops, which made its debut on the Internet in 1997. The film is a parody of COPS, set in the Star Wars universe. Directed by UNKNOWN SENDER producer Kevin Rubio, the film jump-started the modern fan film movement, as it was one of the first short films to bring fan films into the digital age, taking advantage of internet distribution and affordable production and special effects. Incredibly popular with Star Wars fans, Fan Films Quarterly listed Troops as one of the 10 most pivotal moments in fan film history in its summer 2006 issue.

In addition to providing UNKNOWN SENDER with its feature-quality effects, Shant has most recently worked as a digital effects artist, animator and compositor for productions as varied as Where the Wild Things Are (2009) ,The Happening (2008), Street Kings (2008) , The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl 3-D (2005) , Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004), and The Day After Tomorrow (2004).
 

Terry Kelly

Terry Kelly

Editor

Terry Kelly

  Editor

Pete Kneser

Pete Kneser

Sound Editor

Pete Kneser

  Sound Editor

Originally a drummer by trade, Pete's eventual need for a real job lead him to the world of composing, sound design and mixing. You have heard his work on numerous national television commercials, major network promos, films such as Oliver Stone's "Any Given Sunday", shows including "American Idol" and "The Real World" and many independent and short films starring the likes of Amanda Peet, Peter Weller and Nikki Reed. See www.petesound.com.

Bryant Arnet

Bryant Arnet

Sound Editor

Bryant Arnet

  Sound Editor

Jessica Flaherty

Jessica Flaherty

Costumes

Jessica Flaherty

  Costumes

Jessica Flaherty

Jessica Flaherty

Costumes

Jessica Flaherty

  Costumes

Justin Gay

Justin Gay

Boom Operator

Justin Gay

  Boom Operator

Sarah Lewis

Sarah Lewis

Sound Utility

Sarah Lewis

  Sound Utility

Brian Crane

Brian Crane

Gaffer

Brian Crane

  Gaffer

Martika Ibara

Martika Ibara

Key Makeup Artist

Martika Ibara

  Key Makeup Artist

Jen Giragos

Jen Giragos

Key Makeup Special Effects/Hair

Jen Giragos

  Key Makeup Special Effects/Hair

Charlie Evans

Charlie Evans

Assistant Makeup/Hair

Charlie Evans

  Assistant Makeup/Hair

Phil Aplleton

Phil Aplleton

Publicity
Set Photographer

Phil Aplleton

  Publicity  Set Photographer

Bram Tihany

Bram Tihany

Graphic Designer

Bram Tihany

  Graphic Designer

Colin R. Knapp

Colin R. Knapp

Set Production Assistant

Colin R. Knapp

  Set Production Assistant

Ashley Shultz

Ashley Shultz

"Girl One"

Ashley Shultz

  "Girl One"

Amy Main

Amy Main

"Girl Two"

Amy Main

  "Girl Two"

Steven E. de Souza

Steven E. de Souza

Writer
Director
Producer

Steven E. de Souza

  Writer  Director  Producer

Marilyn Vance

Marilyn Vance

Producer

Marilyn Vance

  Producer

Gregg Vance

Gregg Vance

Producer

Gregg Vance

  Producer

Kevin Rubio

Kevin Rubio

Producer

Kevin Rubio

  Producer

Dan De Souza

Dan De Souza

Producer
Post

Dan De Souza

  Producer  Post

Amy de Souza

Amy de Souza

Associate Producer
Casting Director

Amy de Souza

  Associate Producer  Casting Director

Ben De Carlo

Ben De Carlo

Production Supervisor

Ben De Carlo

  Production Supervisor

Josh Stricklin

Josh Stricklin

Production Designer

Josh Stricklin

  Production Designer

Harrison Plantico

Harrison Plantico

Props

Harrison Plantico

  Props

Sekou Hamilton

Sekou Hamilton

Assistant to Steven de Souza

Sekou Hamilton

  Assistant to Steven de Souza

WiIliam E. Knochel

WiIliam E. Knochel

2nd AD

WiIliam E. Knochel

  2nd AD

Peter V. Meiselman

Peter V. Meiselman

Production Sound Mixer

Peter V. Meiselman

  Production Sound Mixer

Edward J. Pei

Edward J. Pei

Director Of Photography

Edward J. Pei

  Director Of Photography

David Berry

David Berry

Camera Operator (A Cam)

David Berry

  Camera Operator (A Cam)

Vince Rodriquez

Vince Rodriquez

Camera (B Cam)

Vince Rodriquez

  Camera (B Cam)

Shant Jordan

Shant Jordan

Visual Effects Supervisor

Shant Jordan

  Visual Effects Supervisor

Terry Kelly

Terry Kelly

Editor

Terry Kelly

  Editor

Pete Kneser

Pete Kneser

Sound Editor

Pete Kneser

  Sound Editor

Jessica Flaherty

Jessica Flaherty

Costumes

Jessica Flaherty

  Costumes

Justin Gay

Justin Gay

Boom Operator

Justin Gay

  Boom Operator

Sarah Lewis

Sarah Lewis

Sound Utiity

Sarah Lewis

  Sound Utiity

Brian Crane

Brian Crane

Gaffer

Brian Crane

  Gaffer

Martika Ibara

Martika Ibara

Key Makeup artist

Martika Ibara

  Key Makeup artist

Jen Giragos

Jen Giragos

Key Makeup Special Effects
Hair

Jen Giragos

  Key Makeup Special Effects  Hair

Charlie Evans

Charlie Evans

Assistant Makeup
Hair

Charlie Evans

  Assistant Makeup  Hair

Phil Aplleton

Phil Aplleton

Publicity
Set Photographer

Phil Aplleton

  Publicity  Set Photographer

Bram Tihany

Bram Tihany

Set Photographer

Bram Tihany

  Set Photographer

Colin R. Knapp

Colin R. Knapp

Set PA

Colin R. Knapp

  Set PA

Stan Freberg

Stan Freberg

The Great Garibaldi

Stan Freberg

  The Great Garibaldi

Always appearing in suit, tie and glasses, the classic image of Stan Freberg parallels that of Clark Kent: You’d never think under his everyman exterior lurked one of the quintessential American satirists of the past 60 years, conquering mediums from radio, to nightclubs, to animation, film, puppetry (the immortal Beany and Cecil) television, advertising, recordings, and, with UNKNOWN SENDER, the World Wide Web.

Over half a century of towering achievements is too much to fit in one press release. Merely Stan Freberg’s recording career would fill a trunk (well, today, an iPod): There's his first hit, John and Marsha, then Banana Boat, Green Christmas, Saint George and The Dragonet, and many others. Bolstering his comic writing with great music, Stan often drew on the talents of swing experts like Billy May, Les Baxter, Quincy Jones and others

Stan is also the man the advertising world long ago rated a genius because he was able to put the same wit into his advertising work, from the immortal Sunsweet Prune campaign to possibly the most unusual commercials ever made--the McGovern-Hatfield Vietnam War spots, written to help end the war sooner in 1971. (It was almost successful, too.) Radio was Freberg's perfect medium. After Jack Benny's network radio show went off in 1957, only Stan was considered big enough to replace it. His new show was the last of its kind--a radio show on a national network. For a total of 15 weeks. Amazingly in this day of unbridled humor, Stan's unerringly straight brand of satire had problems with censors and bluenoses, just like his contemporaries Lenny Bruce and Mort Sahl.

Like Star Trek's ubiquitous Trekkies, Stan's fans could be called "Freebies." Charter members would include Doctor Demento and Weird Al Yankovic of course, but membership would also run to Ray Bradbury, Marlon Brando, The Beatles, Stanley Kramer, John Cleese, The Firesign Theater, people he spoofed like Jack Webb and Lawrence Welk, fellow comedians Ernie Kovacs and George Carlin, Frank Zappa and countless more. Freebies have been spotted everywhere, and the Web will be no different.

Geoff Mead

Geoff Mead

Actor

Geoff Mead

  Actor

Holly Kaplan

Holly Kaplan

Actor

Holly Kaplan

  Actor

Holly Kaplan hails from New York, where she performed in numerous stage productions. After moving to Los Angeles, she did a four-year stint as principal Nurse Brenda, on Days Of Our Lives. Most recently, she has appeared in House, The Minor Accomplishments Of Jackie Woodman, as well as, the award winning AFI film, The Life And Death Experiences Of Young Beth Byrd.

Steven E. De Souza

Steven E. De Souza

Writer
Producer
Director

Steven E. De Souza

  Writer  Producer  Director

One of the handful of Hollywood screenwriters whose films have grossed two billion dollars world-wide, Steven E. de Souza’s credits include the genre-setting action films Die Hard and 48 HRS, as well as such hits as Commando, The Running Man, Ricochet, Die Hard 2, and The Flintstones. His most recent projects have been the critically acclaimed psychological thriller Possessed, which he also directed, and Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life.

Upcoming are the futuristic thriller Isobar for producer Dean Devlin; the martial arts epic Return of the Ninja with Japanese star Sho Kosugi, and, for Christmas 2008, Gotta Catch Santa, with William Shatner starring as an action-adventure Claus.

Off-screen, Mr. De Souza is the architect of the current “re-boot” of Will Eisner's classic comic, Sheena, Queen of the Jungle, for Devils Due Publishing, which has been applauded by fans and reviewers alike. Mr. de Souza’s byline has also appeared in The New York Times and The Los Angeles Times, and in Premiere, Buzz, Crawdaddy, and Fade-In magazines. He is a two-time nominee for the Edgar Allen Poe Award for Best Mystery Screenplay, and a recipient of the Imagen Foundation's Norman Lear Award for Lifetime Achievement in Writing.

Marilyn Vance

Marilyn Vance

Producer

Marilyn Vance

  Producer

Academy Award and BATFA nominee Marilyn Vance has completed more than 60 motion pictures and television programs as a costume Designer, Executive Producer and Producer. The founder and CEO of Vance Entertainment, her follow up to UNKNOWN SENDER will be another venture into the strange and supernatural, with a series based on the life and work of best selling international author and parapsychologist Hans Holzer. Vance Entertainment is also currently prepping the competition reality series "Beauty Academy" for Lifetime Network.

Gregg Vance

Gregg Vance

Producer

Gregg Vance

  Producer

A show business brat courtesy of his Academy Award nominee mother, Gregg started out in the business as an actor and writer. The co-founder of Vance Entertainment, he is currently prepping two television series as different as night and day: “Night” being a supernatural show based on the life and work of parapsychologist Hans Holzer, and “day” the Lifetime Network reality series "Beauty Academy". Gregg has also raised a multi-million dollar production fund with players from the San Diego Chargers to make three films in the psychological thriller genre.
 

Kevin Rubio

Kevin Rubio

Producer

Kevin Rubio

  Producer

With UNKNOWN SENDER, award winning writer and producer Kevin Rubio returns to the arena he arguably invented with his world famous Star Wars-meets-COPS parody TROOPS, the most virally spread film every made, and which WIRED magazine credits with starting the entire Internet short film craze. TROOPS was later recognized by Lucasfilm with the Pioneer Award at the 2002 Official Star Wars Fan Film Awards. Subsequently, Lucas personally asked Kevin to bring his mix of humor and Science Fiction to the official Dark Horse Star Wars comics line, and he delivered "Tag and Bink Are Dead", which has become one of the most lauded independent comic titles in print. His follow-up compilation "Tag and Bink Were Here" was named one of the top trade paperback books of 2006 by The American Library Association.

Kevin’s list of writer/director credits includes the Sci-Fi Channel’s Alien Hunter (a sort of Crocodile Hunter in space), MTV’s “Transformers” parody Colossor; Action Man for Fox Kids, and USA Network’s Storm Watch, produced with Kevin’s UNKNOWN SENDER cohort Steven E. de Souza.

In 2007, Kevin Rubio was contracted by G4 to help integrate their top rated program Attack of the Show with its web counterpart on Stickam. There, he can be seen frequently on camera, responding to fans’ questions and banter. He lives in Los Angeles and is working on his new series "Abyss" for Red 5 Comics.
 

Daniel De Souza

Daniel De Souza

Producer
Post Production Coordinator

Daniel De Souza

  Producer  Post Production Coordinator

A Cable ACE winning video producer whose clients include Queen Latifah, ASCAP and Black Entertainment Television, Dan has produced video homages for such artists and composers as Annie Lennox, Tom Waits, Elvis Costello, Steely Dan, Jay-Z, Steve Miller, Lionel Richie, James Newton Howard, Howard Shore, Alan Silvestri and Mark Shaiman.

Dan also happens to be UNKNOWN SENDER writer-director Steven E. de Souza’s brother, though this last point remains in dispute, as Dan still recalls Steven telling him at a very young age that he was an adopted alien child, found near a UFO crash site… providing an early predisposition for the series’ off-beat take on reality.

 

Amy De Souza

Amy De Souza

Associate Producer

Amy De Souza

  Associate Producer

In a scene that could be from a movie, seven year-old Amy de Souza was visiting Universal Studios when the red-haired moppet was spotted in the crowd by a talent scout. She worked the next few years as a child actor and model - or, as she now puts it, just long enough to realize that the action she really liked was behind the camera.

Starting out as an assistant to "Unknown Sender" Producer Marilyn Vance on the film "Mystery Men", she soon carved out a well-deserved reputation in casting, working to create the ensembles for productions such as "Robbery Homicide Division", "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story", "Martian Child" and "Taken".

With "Unknown Sender", Amy moves to a producer's chair for the first time.
 

Ben De Carlo

Ben De Carlo

Production Supervisor

Ben De Carlo

  Production Supervisor

Josh Stricklin

Josh Stricklin

Production Designer

Josh Stricklin

  Production Designer

Harrison Plantico

Harrison Plantico

Props

Harrison Plantico

  Props

Sekou Hamilton

Sekou Hamilton

Assistant to Steven De Souza

Sekou Hamilton

  Assistant to Steven De Souza

Sekou Hamilton grew up in Reston, Virginia, one of the nation’s first planned communities just outside of Washington D.C. But historic monuments and towering oak trees couldn’t hold Sekou who left the suburban bliss of his beloved Virginia for the frozen tundra of upstate New York’s Syracuse University. He was immediately bit by the film bug stirring up a lifelong obsession with movies and television that would take him all the way to Los Angeles with his sites set on writing, directing and eating at the famed In-N-Out Burger. Sekou immediately landed on a television series, working as a production assistant and putting his Film degree to good use ordering lunch, making Starbucks runs and photocopying scripts. But two cars, three cell phones, fourteen television series and countless Double-doubles later, Sekou would finally ascend to the position of staff writer, most recently working on the CBS crime drama, “Numb3rs”. In time, and a few more In-n-Out burgers, he’ll soon be directing!

William E. Knochel

William E. Knochel

2nd Assistant Director

William E. Knochel

  2nd Assistant Director

Peter V. Meiselman

Peter V. Meiselman

Production Sound Mixer

Peter V. Meiselman

  Production Sound Mixer

Edward J. Pei

Edward J. Pei

Director of Photography

Edward J. Pei

  Director of Photography

Director of Photography for the ABC TV series Lost, Emmy nominee and ASC award winner Edward J. Pei is Hollywood’s go-to guy for epic mini-series and bio-pics such as The Ten Commandments (2006) Helen of Troy (2003) ; 10,000 Black Men Named George (2002) Anne Rice’s Feast of All Saints (2001), Larry McMurtry’s "Streets of Laredo" (1995) and its sequel "Dead Man's Walk" (1996) and Stephen King’s "The Stand" (1994). With UNKNOWN SENDER, he ventures into the new waters of the Internet with two familiar faces: Director Steven E. de Souza and star Timothy Dalton, both Edward’s collaborators on Possessed: The True Story of an Exorcism. (2000).

David Berry

David Berry

Camera Operator (A Cam)

David Berry

  Camera Operator (A Cam)

Vincent Rodriquez

Vincent Rodriquez

Camera Operator (B Cam)

Vincent Rodriquez

  Camera Operator (B Cam)

Shant Jordan

Shant Jordan

Visual Effects Supervisor

Shant Jordan

  Visual Effects Supervisor

Digital wizard Shant Jordan first rocketed to national attention as a producer and special effects supervisor of the mockumentary film Troops, which made its debut on the Internet in 1997. The film is a parody of COPS, set in the Star Wars universe. Directed by UNKNOWN SENDER producer Kevin Rubio, the film jump-started the modern fan film movement, as it was one of the first short films to bring fan films into the digital age, taking advantage of internet distribution and affordable production and special effects. Incredibly popular with Star Wars fans, Fan Films Quarterly listed Troops as one of the 10 most pivotal moments in fan film history in its summer 2006 issue.

In addition to providing UNKNOWN SENDER with its feature-quality effects, Shant has most recently worked as a digital effects artist, animator and compositor for productions as varied as Where the Wild Things Are (2009) ,The Happening (2008), Street Kings (2008) , The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl 3-D (2005) , Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004), and The Day After Tomorrow (2004).

Terry Kelly

Terry Kelly

Editor

Terry Kelly

  Editor

Pete Kneser

Pete Kneser

Sound Editor

Pete Kneser

  Sound Editor

Originally a drummer by trade, Pete's eventual need for a real job lead him to the world of composing, sound design and mixing. You have heard his work on numerous national television commercials, major network promos, films such as Oliver Stone's "Any Given Sunday", shows including "American Idol" and "The Real World" and many independent and short films starring the likes of Amanda Peet, Peter Weller and Nikki Reed. See www.petesound.com.

Jessica Flaherty

Jessica Flaherty

Costumes

Jessica Flaherty

  Costumes

Justin Gay

Justin Gay

Boom Operator

Justin Gay

  Boom Operator

Sarah Lewis

Sarah Lewis

Sound Utility

Sarah Lewis

  Sound Utility

Sarah haa been pursuing a career in film since she was 16 years old. She went to a trade school in New York, where she studied Video Production, followed by film school in Orlando. She's been working in Production Sound for a number of years on various Independent Features, shorts and other projects, and is currently both a Boom operator and a Sound Assistant.

Brian Crane

Brian Crane

Gaffer

Brian Crane

  Gaffer

Martika Ibara

Martika Ibara

Key Makeup Artist

Martika Ibara

  Key Makeup Artist

Jen Giragos

Jen Giragos

Key Makeup Special Effects/Hair

Jen Giragos

  Key Makeup Special Effects/Hair

Charlie Evans

Charlie Evans

Assistant Makeup/Hair

Charlie Evans

  Assistant Makeup/Hair

Phil Aplleton

Phil Aplleton

Publicity
Set Photographer

Phil Aplleton

  Publicity  Set Photographer

Bram Tihany

Bram Tihany

Graphic Designer

Bram Tihany

  Graphic Designer

Colin R. Knapp

Colin R. Knapp

Set Production Assistant

Colin R. Knapp

  Set Production Assistant

Steven E. de Souza

Steven E. de Souza

Writer
Director
Producer

Steven E. de Souza

  Writer  Director  Producer

One of the handful of Hollywood screenwriters whose films have grossed two billion dollars world-wide, Steven E. de Souza’s credits include the genre-setting action films Die Hard and 48 HRS, as well as such hits as Commando, The Running Man, Ricochet, Die Hard 2, and The Flintstones. His most recent projects have been the critically acclaimed psychological thriller Possessed, which he also directed, and Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life.

Upcoming are the futuristic thriller Isobar for producer Dean Devlin; the martial arts epic Return of the Ninja with Japanese star Sho Kosugi, and, for Christmas 2008, Gotta Catch Santa, with William Shatner starring as an action-adventure Claus.

Off-screen, Mr. De Souza is the architect of the current “re-boot” of Will Eisner's classic comic, Sheena, Queen of the Jungle, for Devils Due Publishing, which has been applauded by fans and reviewers alike. Mr. de Souza’s byline has also appeared in The New York Times and The Los Angeles Times, and in Premiere, Buzz, Crawdaddy, and Fade-In magazines. He is a two-time nominee for the Edgar Allen Poe Award for Best Mystery Screenplay, and a recipient of the Imagen Foundation's Norman Lear Award for Lifetime Achievement in Writing.

Michael Shunnarah

Michael Shunnarah

Hotel Employee

Michael Shunnarah

  Hotel Employee

In terms of his commitment to delivering excellent performances, his drive to constantly improve his skills, and his remarkable level of versatility, Michael Shunnarah (SAG) is an actor’s actor, a writer’s vessel, and a director’s dream. An Alabama native, Michael came to California via New York, where he studied under the tutelage of Paul Warner and other leading instructors and mentors. He has continued honing his craft in Los Angeles at the Beverly Hills Playhouse, working directly with Milton Katselas and Al Mancini at BHP, as well as in improv at The Groundlings.

Michael has appeared in numerous theatre, film and television productions, including Tim Burton’s “Big Fish” (various roles), Zack Witherspoon’s “The Dance” (lead), as well as the leading role in television’s “Unknown Sender,” directed by Steven De Souza and the role of “Barnaby” in a stage production of “Hello Dolly,” directed by Leslie Carlisle. As a southerner with a unique heritage—that of Palestinian-American—Michael Shunnarah brings great depth of character to every role. The diversity of perspective afforded solely by his upbringing is augmented by Michael’s innate passion and love of life. He sees every role as an opportunity to express his most prized quality: his humanity. “Acting is the only job that allows you to be another person,” he once said. “If you love people as much as I do, you know how incredible the opportunity to try to do great acting can be.”

It is hard to overstate Michael Shunnarah’s drive to learn and grow as an actor. In the five years since he arrived on the West Coast, he has been immersed in a process of formal craft building, much of it at the Beverly Hills Playhouse. “I moved to New York to follow my acting dreams, which I did through private training and booking off-Broadway musicals,” he recalls. Then he moved to L.A. to do TV and films. “I’ve just finished an improv class at The Groundlings, and I’m going back to BHP to do scene work and study under Milton Katselas.” Working recently on a project with the much-respected De Souza family has reconfirmed for Michael that he was born to perform for the enjoyment of others…that he was born to act.

Like most Middle Eastern families, the Shunnarahs are close-knit. Michael brings that familial value system to roles that benefit will benefit from that quality. But, he is also a southerner, and can swiftly refer back to his Alabama roots not only for a lilting drawl, but also for a measure of regional Americana for roles that demand an intimate, or particularly hospitable bit of personality. Speaking of accents, Michael has a thoroughly developed menu of them at his command, a menu that includes Irish, Spanish, Italian, Middle Eastern, and of course, Southern.He credits his family, especially his three sisters, his mother and his father, for his strong work ethic and sense of moral duty. They, along with God, have guided him to a path that has led toward acting his entire life.

As his resume reflects, Michael is athletic, offering talent and skills in tennis, baseball, football, basketball, soccer, swimming, volleyball, racquet ball, Jet Skiing, snow skiing, rock climbing, and equestrian sports. As if that weren’t enough, Michael Shunnarah can also cook, dance and sing.

Marilyn Vance

Marilyn Vance

Producer

Marilyn Vance

  Producer

Academy Award and BATFA nominee Marilyn Vance has completed more than 60 motion pictures and television programs as a costume Designer, Executive Producer and Producer. The founder and CEO of Vance Entertainment, her follow up to UNKNOWN SENDER will be another venture into the strange and supernatural, with a series based on the life and work of best selling international author and parapsychologist Hans Holzer. Vance Entertainment is also currently prepping the competition reality series "Beauty Academy" for Lifetime Network.
 

Gregg Vance

Gregg Vance

Producer

Gregg Vance

  Producer

A show business brat courtesy of his Academy Award nominee mother, Gregg started out in the business as an actor and writer. The co-founder of Vance Entertainment, he is currently prepping two television series as different as night and day: “Night” being a supernatural show based on the life and work of parapsychologist Hans Holzer, and “day” the Lifetime Network reality series "Beauty Academy". Gregg has also raised a multi-million dollar production fund with players from the San Diego Chargers to make three films in the psychological thriller genre.

Kevin Rubio

Kevin Rubio

Producer

Kevin Rubio

  Producer

With UNKNOWN SENDER, award winning writer and producer Kevin Rubio returns to the arena he arguably invented with his world famous Star Wars-meets-COPS parody TROOPS, the most virally spread film every made, and which WIRED magazine credits with starting the entire Internet short film craze. TROOPS was later recognized by Lucasfilm with the Pioneer Award at the 2002 Official Star Wars Fan Film Awards. Subsequently, Lucas personally asked Kevin to bring his mix of humor and Science Fiction to the official Dark Horse Star Wars comics line, and he delivered "Tag and Bink Are Dead", which has become one of the most lauded independent comic titles in print. His follow-up compilation "Tag and Bink Were Here" was named one of the top trade paperback books of 2006 by The American Library Association.

Kevin’s list of writer/director credits includes the Sci-Fi Channel’s Alien Hunter (a sort of Crocodile Hunter in space), MTV’s “Transformers” parody Colossor; Action Man for Fox Kids, and USA Network’s Storm Watch, produced with Kevin’s UNKNOWN SENDER cohort Steven E. de Souza.

In 2007, Kevin Rubio was contracted by G4 to help integrate their top rated program Attack of the Show with its web counterpart on Stickam. There, he can be seen frequently on camera, responding to fans’ questions and banter. He lives in Los Angeles and is working on his new series "Abyss" for Red 5 Comics.

Daniel de Souza

Daniel de Souza

Producer
Post Production Coordinator

Daniel de Souza

  Producer  Post Production Coordinator

A Cable ACE winning video producer whose clients include Queen Latifah, ASCAP and Black Entertainment Television, Dan has produced video homages for such artists and composers as Annie Lennox, Tom Waits, Elvis Costello, Steely Dan, Jay-Z, Steve Miller, Lionel Richie, James Newton Howard, Howard Shore, Alan Silvestri and Mark Shaiman.

Dan also happens to be UNKNOWN SENDER writer-director Steven E. de Souza’s brother, though this last point remains in dispute, as Dan still recalls Steven telling him at a very young age that he was an adopted alien child, found near a UFO crash site… providing an early predisposition for the series’ off-beat take on reality.

Amy de Souza

Amy de Souza

Associate Producer

Amy de Souza

  Associate Producer

In a scene that could be from a movie, seven year-old Amy de Souza was visiting Universal Studios when the red-haired moppet was spotted in the crowd by a talent scout. She worked the next few years as a child actor and model - or, as she now puts it, just long enough to realize that the action she really liked was behind the camera.

Starting out as an assistant to "Unknown Sender" Producer Marilyn Vance on the film "Mystery Men", she soon carved out a well-deserved reputation in casting, working to create the ensembles for productions such as "Robbery Homicide Division", "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story", "Martian Child" and "Taken".

With "Unknown Sender", Amy moves to a producer's chair for the first time.

Ben De Carlo

Ben De Carlo

Production Supervisor

Ben De Carlo

  Production Supervisor

Josh Stricklin

Josh Stricklin

Production Designer

Josh Stricklin

  Production Designer

Harrison Plantico

Harrison Plantico

Props

Harrison Plantico

  Props

Sekou Hamilton

Sekou Hamilton

Assistant to Steven de Souza

Sekou Hamilton

  Assistant to Steven de Souza

Sekou Hamilton grew up in Reston, Virginia, one of the nation’s first planned communities just outside of Washington D.C. But historic monuments and towering oak trees couldn’t hold Sekou who left the suburban bliss of his beloved Virginia for the frozen tundra of upstate New York’s Syracuse University. He was immediately bit by the film bug stirring up a lifelong obsession with movies and television that would take him all the way to Los Angeles with his sites set on writing, directing and eating at the famed In-N-Out Burger. Sekou immediately landed on a television series, working as a production assistant and putting his Film degree to good use ordering lunch, making Starbucks runs and photocopying scripts. But two cars, three cell phones, fourteen television series and countless Double-doubles later, Sekou would finally ascend to the position of staff writer, most recently working on the CBS crime drama, “Numb3rs”. In time, and a few more In-n-Out burgers, he’ll soon be directing!

Peter V. Meiselman

Peter V. Meiselman

Production Sound Mixer

Peter V. Meiselman

  Production Sound Mixer

Edward J. Pei

Edward J. Pei

Director of Photography

Edward J. Pei

  Director of Photography

Director of Photography for the ABC TV series Lost, Emmy nominee and ASC award winner Edward J. Pei is Hollywood’s go-to guy for epic mini-series and bio-pics such as The Ten Commandments (2006) Helen of Troy (2003) ; 10,000 Black Men Named George (2002) Anne Rice’s Feast of All Saints (2001), Larry McMurtry’s "Streets of Laredo" (1995) and its sequel "Dead Man's Walk" (1996) and Stephen King’s "The Stand" (1994). With UNKNOWN SENDER, he ventures into the new waters of the Internet with two familiar faces: Director Steven E. de Souza and star Timothy Dalton, both Edward’s collaborators on Possessed: The True Story of an Exorcism. (2000).
 

David Berry

David Berry

Camera Operator (A Cam)

David Berry

  Camera Operator (A Cam)


 

Vincent Rodriquez

Vincent Rodriquez

Camera Operator (B Cam)

Vincent Rodriquez

  Camera Operator (B Cam)


 

Shant Jordan

Shant Jordan

Special Effects Supervisor

Shant Jordan

  Special Effects Supervisor

Digital wizard Shant Jordan first rocketed to national attention as a producer and special effects supervisor of the mockumentary film Troops, which made its debut on the Internet in 1997. The film is a parody of COPS, set in the Star Wars universe. Directed by UNKNOWN SENDER producer Kevin Rubio, the film jump-started the modern fan film movement, as it was one of the first short films to bring fan films into the digital age, taking advantage of internet distribution and affordable production and special effects. Incredibly popular with Star Wars fans, Fan Films Quarterly listed Troops as one of the 10 most pivotal moments in fan film history in its summer 2006 issue.

In addition to providing UNKNOWN SENDER with its feature-quality effects, Shant has most recently worked as a digital effects artist, animator and compositor for productions as varied as Where the Wild Things Are (2009) ,The Happening (2008), Street Kings (2008) , The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl 3-D (2005) , Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004), and The Day After Tomorrow (2004).
 

Terry Kelly

Terry Kelly

Editor

Terry Kelly

  Editor


 

Pete Kneser

Pete Kneser

Sound Editor

Pete Kneser

  Sound Editor

Originally a drummer by trade, Pete's eventual need for a real job lead him to the world of composing, sound design and mixing. You have heard his work on numerous national television commercials, major network promos, films such as Oliver Stone's "Any Given Sunday", shows including "American Idol" and "The Real World" and many independent and short films starring the likes of Amanda Peet, Peter Weller and Nikki Reed. See www.petesound.com.
 

Jessica Flaherty

Jessica Flaherty

Costumes

Jessica Flaherty

  Costumes

Justin Gay

Justin Gay

Boom Operator

Justin Gay

  Boom Operator

Brian Crane

Brian Crane

Gaffer

Brian Crane

  Gaffer


 

Sarah Lewis

Sarah Lewis

Sound Utility

Sarah Lewis

  Sound Utility

Sarah has been pursuing a career in film since she was 16 years old. She went to a trade school in New York, where she studied Video Production, followed by film school in Orlando. She's been working in Production Sound for a number of years on various Independent Features, shorts and other projects, and is currently both a Boom operator and a Sound Assistant.
 

Martika Ibara

Martika Ibara

Key Makeup Artist

Martika Ibara

  Key Makeup Artist


 

Jen Giragos

Jen Giragos

Key Makeup Special Effects/Hair

Jen Giragos

  Key Makeup Special Effects/Hair


 

Charlie Evans

Charlie Evans

Assistant Makeup/Hair

Charlie Evans

  Assistant Makeup/Hair


 

Phil Appelton

Phil Appelton

Publicity
Set Photographer

Phil Appelton

  Publicity   Set Photographer


 

Bram Tihany

Bram Tihany

Graphic Designer

Bram Tihany

  Graphic Designer


 

Colin R. Knapp

Colin R. Knapp

Set Production Assistant

Colin R. Knapp

  Set Production Assistant


 

Steven E. de Souza

Steven E. de Souza

Writer
Director
Producer

Steven E. de Souza

  Writer  Director  Producer

One of the handful of Hollywood screenwriters whose films have grossed two billion dollars world-wide, Steven E. de Souza’s credits include the genre-setting action films Die Hard and 48 HRS, as well as such hits as Commando, The Running Man, Ricochet, Die Hard 2, and The Flintstones. His most recent projects have been the critically acclaimed psychological thriller Possessed, which he also directed, and Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life.

Upcoming are the futuristic thriller Isobar for producer Dean Devlin; the martial arts epic Return of the Ninja with Japanese star Sho Kosugi, and, for Christmas 2008, Gotta Catch Santa, with William Shatner starring as an action-adventure Claus.

Off-screen, Mr. De Souza is the architect of the current “re-boot” of Will Eisner's classic comic, Sheena, Queen of the Jungle, for Devils Due Publishing, which has been applauded by fans and reviewers alike. Mr. de Souza’s byline has also appeared in The New York Times and The Los Angeles Times, and in Premiere, Buzz, Crawdaddy, and Fade-In magazines. He is a two-time nominee for the Edgar Allen Poe Award for Best Mystery Screenplay, and a recipient of the Imagen Foundation's Norman Lear Award for Lifetime Achievement in Writing.
 

Mindy Sterling

Mindy Sterling

Mindy Sterling

Blonde and petite with an open smile and a soft-spoken demeanor, Mindy is nothing like her most famous role, the screeching, sour-faced Frau Farbissina, right hand woman to Mike Myer’s “Dr. Evil”, allowing her to live everyday life virtually unnoticed despite the massive popularity of the Austin Powers films.

The daughter of standup comic Dick Sterling, Mindy got her start in a local theater in her native Miami, following Shakespearean acting training that began at age 13. After moving to Los Angeles to launch her professional career, she landed a role on the critically lauded syndicated children's program Dusty's Treehouse, before joining the renowned L.A.-based comedy troupe The Groundlings. There, the actress honed her skills with the improv-intensive group, playing alongside future notables like Jon Lovitz and Kathy Griffin. Soon Sterling became a teacher at Groundlings, and among her students were the future stars Keanu Reeves, Lisa Kudrow, and Saturday Night Live regulars Cheri Oteri and Chris Kattan. It was at The Groundlings that she first met up with Myers, when the then SNL member did some guest work with the troupe. Impressed with her abilities, Myers invited Sterling to audition for the first Austin Powers film. Following the summer success of Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, Sterling appeared in Drop Dead Gorgeous as the pageant-running sidekick of Kirstie Alley's former teen queen turned stage mom. After she reprised her role as Frau Farbissina in Austin Powers: Goldmember, she donned prosthetics to play opposite Jim Carrey in Ron Howard's live-action adaptation of the Dr. Seuss holiday classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and then stepped into a recording studio to play a cartoon character in Ice Age. (With her back-to-back appearances on Larry David’s Curb Your Enthusiasm and UNKNOWN SENDER, Mindy proudly notes she has now played human beings twice in a row.) A resident of Los Angeles, Mindy has been married to Brian Gadson, and they have a child together.

Jay Davis

Jay Davis

Jay Davis

 

Jay Davis is an American actor, stand-up comedian and comedy promoter/producer who garnered nationwide attention after appearing in Dane Cook's Tourgasm, a 30-day cross-country-tour-turned-reality-show which also included Cook, Gary Gulman and Robert Kelly, and was given a 7-episode run on HBO.

 

Davis began performing comedy at an early age, and went to Los Angeles to pursue a career in entertainment. After some film and television roles, he began hosting shows and doing a regular stand-up routine at Dublin's, an Irish pub formerly in Hollywood. It was there that he met Cook, when the comedian came in to join the recurring lineup. When the venue closed, Davis toured solo for a while, before the 2005 launch of Tourgasm.

Dubbed as "the nice guy," during the TV series, Davis was given an occasional hard time by his friends. Kelly, in particular, yelled at him, while Cook and Gulman often played practical jokes (although Cook would later impart advice and act as a comedy mentor). The show also documented Davis' efforts at developing new stand-up material (the "TLC Killer" joke, in particular). His growth and reactions as a touring comic were the topics of many internet discussions.

Jay Davis continues to perform stand-up comedy throughout the U.S., both with and without his Tourgasm colleagues. In addition, he books, produces and hosts the long-running "Life of The Party" live stand-up comedy show, Tuesday nights at 10:00 p.m., at The Laugh Factory in Hollywood, California. Cook is a frequent headliner.

 

Marilyn Vance

Marilyn Vance

Producer

Marilyn Vance

  Producer

Marilyn Vance has completed more than 60 motion pictures as a costume Designer, Executive Producer and Producer for various studios and Networks. She is currently the co-founder of “Vance Entertainment” where they just acquired 150 books of the best selling author and parapsychologist Hans Holzer. Vance Entertainment also set-up “Beauty Academy” at Lifetime Network which is a weekly elimination competition reality series scheduled to begin shooting in the summer of 2008. Vance also raised a fund of 10 million dollars from sports figures playing football for the San Diego Chargers to shoot 3 in the physiological thriller genre.

 

Gregg Vance

Gregg Vance

Producer

Gregg Vance

  Producer

Gregg Vance started in the business as an actor and writer but now is currently the co-founder of “Vance Entertainment” where they just acquired 150 books of the best selling author and parapsychologist Hans Holzer. Vance Entertainment also set-up “Beauty Academy” at Lifetime Network which is a weekly elimination competition reality series scheduled to begin shooting in the summer of 2008. Vance also raised a fund of 10 million dollars from sports figures playing football for the San Diego Chargers to shoot 3 in the physiological thriller genre.

 

Kevin Rubio

Kevin Rubio

Producer

Kevin Rubio

  Producer

Daniel de Souza

Daniel de Souza

Producer
Post Production Coordinator

Daniel de Souza

  Producer  Post Production Coordinator

A Cable ACE winning video producer whose clients include Queen Latifah, ASCAP and Black Entertainment Television, Dan has produced video homages for such artists and composers as Annie Lennox, Tom Waits, Elvis Costello, Steely Dan, Jay-Z, Steve Miller, Lionel Richie, James Newton Howard, Howard Shore, Alan Silvestri and Mark Shaiman.

Dan also happens to be UNKNOWN SENDER writer-director Steven E. de Souza’s brother, though this last point remains in dispute, as Dan still recalls Steven telling him at a very young age that he was an adopted alien child, found near a UFO crash site… providing an early predisposition for the series’ off-beat take on reality.

Amy de Souza

Amy de Souza

Associate Producer

Amy de Souza

  Associate Producer

In a scene that could be from a movie, seven year-old Amy de Souza was visiting Universal Studios when the red-haired moppet was spotted in the crowd by a talent scout. She worked the next few years as a child actor and model - or, as she now puts it, just long enough to realize that the action she really liked was behind the camera.

Starting out as an assistant to "Unknown Sender" Producer Marilyn Vance on the film "Mystery Men", she soon carved out a well-deserved reputation in casting, working to create the ensembles for productions such as "Robbery Homicide Division", "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story", "Martian Child" and "Taken".

With "Unknown Sender", Amy moves to a producer's chair for the first time.

Ben De Carlo

Ben De Carlo

Production Supervisor

Ben De Carlo

  Production Supervisor

Josh Stricklin

Josh Stricklin

Production Designer

Josh Stricklin

  Production Designer

Harrison Plantico

Harrison Plantico

Props

Harrison Plantico

  Props

Sekou Hamilton

Sekou Hamilton

Assistant to Steven de Souza

Sekou Hamilton

  Assistant to Steven de Souza

Sekou Hamilton grew up in Reston, Virginia, one of the nation’s first planned communities just outside of Washington D.C. But historic monuments and towering oak trees couldn’t hold Sekou who left the suburban bliss of his beloved Virginia for the frozen tundra of upstate New York’s Syracuse University. He was immediately bit by the film bug stirring up a lifelong obsession with movies and television that would take him all the way to Los Angeles with his sites set on writing, directing and eating at the famed In-N-Out Burger.

Sekou immediately landed on a television series, working as a production assistant and putting his Film degree to good use ordering lunch, making Starbucks runs and photocopying scripts. But two cars, three cell phones, fourteen television series and countless Double-doubles later, Sekou would finally ascend to the position of staff writer, most recently working on the CBS crime drama, “Numb3rs”. In time, and a few more In-n-Out burgers, he’ll soon be directing!

William E. Knochel

William E. Knochel

2nd Assistant Director

William E. Knochel

  2nd Assistant Director

Peter V. Meiselman

Peter V. Meiselman

Production Sound Mixer

Peter V. Meiselman

  Production Sound Mixer

Edward J. Pei

Edward J. Pei

Director of Photography

Edward J. Pei

  Director of Photography

Director of Photography for the ABC TV series Lost, Emmy nominee and ASC award winner Edward J. Pei is Hollywood’s go-to guy for epic mini-series and bio-pics such as The Ten Commandments (2006) Helen of Troy (2003) ; 10,000 Black Men Named George (2002) Anne Rice’s Feast of All Saints (2001), Larry McMurtry’s "Streets of Laredo" (1995) and its sequel "Dead Man's Walk" (1996) and Stephen King’s "The Stand" (1994). With UNKNOWN SENDER, he ventures into the new waters of the Internet with two familiar faces: Director Steven E. de Souza and star Timothy Dalton, both Edward’s collaborators on Possessed: The True Story of an Exorcism. (2000).

David Berry

David Berry

Camera Operator (A Cam)

David Berry

  Camera Operator (A Cam)

Vincent Rodriquez

Vincent Rodriquez

Camera Operator (B Cam)

Vincent Rodriquez

  Camera Operator (B Cam)

Shant Jordan

Shant Jordan

Visual Effects Supervisor

Shant Jordan

  Visual Effects Supervisor

Digital wizard Shant Jordan first rocketed to national attention as a producer and special effects supervisor of the mockumentary film Troops, which made its debut on the Internet in 1997. The film is a parody of COPS, set in the Star Wars universe. Directed by UNKNOWN SENDER producer Kevin Rubio, the film jump-started the modern fan film movement, as it was one of the first short films to bring fan films into the digital age, taking advantage of internet distribution and affordable production and special effects. Incredibly popular with Star Wars fans, Fan Films Quarterly listed Troops as one of the 10 most pivotal moments in fan film history in its summer 2006 issue.

In addition to providing UNKNOWN SENDER with its feature-quality effects, Shant has most recently worked as a digital effects artist, animator and compositor for productions as varied as Where the Wild Things Are (2009) ,The Happening (2008), Street Kings (2008) , The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl 3-D (2005) , Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004), and The Day After Tomorrow (2004).

Terry Kelly

Terry Kelly

Editor

Terry Kelly

  Editor

Pete Kneser

Pete Kneser

Sound Editor

Pete Kneser

  Sound Editor

Originally a drummer by trade, Pete's eventual need for a real job lead him to the world of composing, sound design and mixing. You have heard his work on numerous national television commercials, major network promos, films such as Oliver Stone's "Any Given Sunday", shows including "American Idol" and "The Real World" and many independent and short films starring the likes of Amanda Peet, Peter Weller and Nikki Reed. See www.petesound.com.

Jessica Flaherty

Jessica Flaherty

Costumes

Jessica Flaherty

  Costumes

Justin Gay

Justin Gay

Boom Operator

Justin Gay

  Boom Operator

Sarah Lewis

Sarah Lewis

Sound Utility

Sarah Lewis

  Sound Utility

Sarah has been pursuing a career in film since she was 16 years old. She went to a trade school in New York, where she studied Video Production, followed by film school in Orlando. She's been working in Production Sound for a number of years on various Independent Features, shorts and other projects, and is currently both a Boom operator and a Sound Assistant.
 

Brian Crane

Brian Crane

Gaffer

Brian Crane

  Gaffer

Martika Ibara

Martika Ibara

Key Makeup Artist

Martika Ibara

  Key Makeup Artist

Jen Giragos

Jen Giragos

Key Makeup Special Effects/Hair

Jen Giragos

  Key Makeup Special Effects/Hair

Charlie Evans

Charlie Evans

Assistant Makeup/Hair

Charlie Evans

  Assistant Makeup/Hair

Phil Appelton

Phil Appelton

Publicity
Set Photographer

Phil Appelton

  Publicity  Set Photographer

Bram Tihany

Bram Tihany

Graphic Designer

Bram Tihany

  Graphic Designer

Colin R. Knapp

Colin R. Knapp

Set Production Assistant

Colin R. Knapp

  Set Production Assistant

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Comments (64)

Kadorienne (12th May 2012)
Awesome! Always good to see more Timothy Dalton - best Bond ever! Also the best Rhett, best Heathcliff, best Mr. Rochester, etc. etc.

michyramos (1st October 2010)
unfortunately, my entry was passed up within the last few minutes of the contest :( please take a look at the 6th entry, Final Analysis-Directed and Produced by Michelle A Ramos. I also acted in it:) Please consider it an audition as well as my film entry Thank You so much!

michyramos (12th August 2010)
Soo excited for the contest! working hard on it! i hope you choose my film to be featured on your website!

Thank You and God Bless!!

Chris Keaton (19th June 2010)
Hey if you have a need for any scripts. I just wrote one to shoot for your Talenthouse contest only to find out you've already picked the scripts for filmmakers to use.
You can sample some of my writing at my website: http://www.chris-keaton.com
My contact info is there as well. Let me know and I would be happy to send you my script.

Nova (4th February 2010)
This is awesome!

aprilffi (18th September 2009)
Hilarious!

Stefanie (23rd July 2009)
Really absolutely brilliant film. I love it and want to see more. I can't wait to the next episode.
About my last opinion. I just want to say that Timothy Dalton know he's my best James Bond 007 actor.

Regards, from The Netherlands

Stefanie (23rd July 2009)
Great show.Going further with it. I want to see more of Timothy Dalton. For me he's the best James Bond 007 ever in my opinion.

Morganathered (17th July 2009)
Having “Team Dalton and de Souza” BACK together again makes me pray for many other collaborations. POSSESSED was more frightening than THE EXORCIST. To see “Scarlett” with “Rhett” was also grand! Please give us Part II with Timothy and Joanne, Mr. de Souza. You were the best teacher in Maui Screenplay Writer's School, 1997 & 1998. Thanks for this particular episode. It was my favourite ~ Janet Thompson Deaver

coxyde123 (13th May 2009)
Oops--just realized that the comment box is for all the episodes not just episode 1--so to further endorse this anthology let me add episode 6 was my 2nd favorite,followed by epis. #5. Again, I loved the humor and irony of them. Great writing, direction and action. All I can say is, "What else ya got?"

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