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He's probably the most famous person you've never seen.

After a 23 year career under heavy make-ups, but in memorable roles such as the goofy zombie ‘Billy Butcherson’ in HOCUS POCUS, he was thrust to the forefront as the blue fish-man sidekick, ‘Abe Sapien’, in HELLBOY. He took this kind of work to new heights with his award-nominated dual roles as ‘Pan’ and the ‘Pale Man’ in the multi-Oscar winning PAN'S LABYRINTH. He also played the ‘Silver Surfer’ in FANTASTIC 4: RISE OF THE SILVER SURFER, and three roles, including his multi-award nominated performance reprising ‘Abe Sapien’ in HELLBOY II: The Golden Army.

Critics have loved his TV guest work in the highly praised 'Skin & Bones' episode of FEAR ITSELF, and as the lead ‘Gentleman’ in BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER’s Emmy-nominated 'Hush' episode. With several TV and indie film appearances using his own flexible face, including Sony’s ANGEL OF DEATH and the festival winning MY NAME IS JERRY, be looking for more epic, costumed character work in January 2010's Sony release LEGION, and Universal's French biopic GAINSBOURG: A Heroic Life.


Kahle is from South Carolina for the most part, though he doesn't have much of an accent. He's been Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors, Puck in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Barry in The Boys Next Door, and a few other plays you may have heard of and a number of films of which you most certainly have not. Most recently, Kahle co-wrote the lyrics and music for Sudden Death!, as well as appearing as Todd, aka “the guy who pretends to die.”

Kahle has met Emmy Award winners and is vaguely familiar with the Oscars. Kahle lives in Burbank and is currently single but not looking to date right now because of some things going on in his personal life, like some really personal things that don't need to be mentioned here like his problems with managing money, his underwhelming work ethic, or his desperate need to mature. All sorts of things he should have learned by now, but didn't.   


Hey! Who wrote these bios?! This is ridiculous!


Autumn was born in Montana and grew up in Arizona. She moved to New York City after earning her BFA in Musical Theatre from the University of Northern Colorado.

Autumn is best known as the runner-up on the reality competition series Legally Blonde - The Musical: The Search for Elle Woods, where she later made her Broadway debut in 2008. 

Autumn toured with the first national company of Little Women, won the 2009 ‘Fringe Excellence Award for Outstanding Actor’ for her work in the play A Contemporary American’s Guide To a Successful Marriage, and recently starred with Phylicia Rashad in the world premiere play Every Tongue Confess at Arena Stage.

Autumn most recently starred in the Off-Broadway musical Tomorrow Morning, which earned a 2011 Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for ‘Outstanding New Off-Broadway Musical’. This summer, Autumn will be starring in the play Becky’s New Car, alongside Sandy Duncan.

In addition to stage and screen, Autumn writes her own music as a solo recording artist. Her new 4-song EP is available for download on iTunes.


Gabriel Diani works as an actor, comedian, and filmmaker in Los Angeles.

He wrote, produced, and starred in the award-winning horror comedy "The Selling" about a real estate agent trying to sell a haunted house (coming to DVD/VOD in August), raised over $30,000 on Kickstarter to publish a new version of "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" that replaces the "n-word" with "robot" (satirizing attempts to make the book more palatable to modern audiences), and made the web series "Mary Olson" which has garnered over 1.3 million hits on youtube.

Videos and more information at:


From his portrayal of the quintessential all American Brad Majors in “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” to the hilarious Mayor Randall Winston on ABC’s “Spin City”, Barry Bostwick has had quite a career spanning all genres and mediums of show business.

Barry has had starring roles in many highly acclaimed television film and miniseries’. He portrayed George Washington in the two part Peabody award winning CBS mini-series epic “George Washington.” He won a Golden Globe for his performance as Lieutenant “Lady” Aster in ABC’s thirty-hour presentation of “War and Remembrance.” Recently he has guest starred on several of the current TV shows as well as completing three pilots, “Spellbound” and “The Twelfth Man” for Fox and “The News” for Touchstone and supplying the voice for Stan in “The Afterlife”, an animation pilot for FOX. But perhaps Barry is most well known for starring in “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” along side Susan Sarandon, in which he portrayed the prototypical American, Brad Majors.

Barry made his professional stage debut when he was a sophomore at San Diego’s U.S.I.U. School of Performing Arts in the summer stock production of “Take Her, She’s Mine,” with Walter Pidgeon.  He attended N.Y.U.’s Graduate School of the Arts and made his Broadway debut soon thereafter with the APA Phoenix Repertory Company in the title role in Sean O’Casey’s “Cock-a-Doodle-Dandy.” His first Tony nomination was for his characterization of  “Danny Zuko” in “Grease.” his second nomination was for his portrayal of “Joey” in “They Knew What They Wanted” for the Phoenix Theater. Barry won the coveted Tony for “Best Actor in a Musical” for his portrayal of “The Robber Bridegroom,” a role he originally created at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles.  He performed in the all-star revival of “She Loves Me” at Town Hall and appeared at Lincoln Center in the New York City Opera Production of “L’Histoire du Soldat.”

Barry has been very outspoken about his bout with prostate cancer several years ago. Barry received the “Courage Award” presented by President Clinton in recognition of his determination to reach others about the importance of early detection. Barry is also the recipient of the Gilda Radner Courage Award from the Roswell Institute in Buffalo, New York.

Barry Bostwick resides with his wife Sherri Ellen and their two children, Brian and Chelsea in Malibu.  Barry is an accomplished ceramic artist.  His work has been  displayed in prominent galleries and he gives many of his pieces away to various charities around the country.

For a full list of Barry’s amazing body of work please --

visit his IMDB page


Kelly Huddleston is a stand-up comedian, improv performer, and all-around funny gal.

Kelly received a BFA in Theatre Performance and a BA in Political Science, so now of course she is a Princess. Seriously, call her for all your children's party needs!

When she isn't face-painting or making balloon animals she is working on such shows as "Mad Men," "Dexter," and "90210" to name a few. Kelly is thrilled to be working with such a talented group of people and cannot wait to become an Internet sensation!


Born and bred in the sun starved city of Olympia, WA, Sean is still unable to get a decent tan even after a decade of Southern California living. A graduate of Chapman University's School of Theater, Sean founded the Guerilla Shakespeare Ensemble during his collegiate years - a group dedicated to exploring Shakespeare's works in new and experimental ways. Sean has appeared in multiple commercials including Captain Morgan, Ultimate Bet and Charter Communications. He has been featured in numerous shorts and feature films over his career, including Official Sundance Film Selection Husk and Action Hero's Guide to Saving Lives featuring Patrick Warburton. Recently, Sean completed his training at Improv Olympic where he can be found regularly performing long-form improv theater. By day, Sean is a teacher with East L.A. Classic Theater - a group dedicated to bringing theater opportunities to underserved communities in East Los Angeles. 


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