LARRY BLAMIRE is an actor, writer, director, and artist known for such feature films as THE LOST SKELETON OF CADAVRA, TRAIL OF THE SCREAMING FOREHEAD, THE LOST SKELETON RETURNS AGAIN and DARK AND STORMY NIGHT. Stage plays include the much performed ROBIN HOOD (recently at Williamstown Theatre Festival), MY NAME IS LESLIE, and DOST PITY ME, WITHPETT? all published by Samuel French, Inc. as well as the critically acclaimed JUMP CAMP and IN THE NATIONS. His Irish play WHYO received a grant from the Massachusetts Artists Foundation leading to Israel Horovitz commissioning Larry's autobiographical work THE CHROMA LINE. As an actor, he won the Boston Theatre Critics Circle Award for Best Actor for IN THE BOOM BOOM ROOM. A graphic novel of Larry's epic steampunk adventure LARRY BLAMIRE'S STEAM WARS is now in production from Blamire and Jerrick Ventures and his western horror short stories are collected in TALES OF THE CALLAMO MOUNTAINS. He is married to actress Jennifer Blaire and they have a son Griffin, and Larry also has a grown son Cory.
BRIAN HOWE's creative collaboration with Larry Blamire started in 1985 when Larry cast him as the somewhat deranged Axel Ten Eyck in his play JUMP CAMP, which would go on to make several Boston theater critics' Best Of lists that year. He later appeared in Blamire's play BRIDE OF THE MUTANT'S TOMB as jaded cameraman Buzz Buzzwell. Over a decade later, when Larry decided to try his hand at film, Brian appeared in THE LOST SKELETON OF CADAVRA, THE LOST SKELETON RETURNS AGAIN, DARK AND STORMY NIGHT and TRAIL OF THE SCREAMING FOREHEAD, which introduced the world to the character of Big Dan Frater. When not working on a Larry Thing, Brian has worked on major roles in feature films such as CATCH ME IF YOU CAN, PURSUIT OF HAPPYNESS, GRAN TORINO and appearances on TV in such shows as JUSTIFIED, THE NEWSROOM, MASTERS OF SEX, and numerous others (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0397788/). Brian lives in California with his wife Jacqueline and their two four-legged, tail-waggin' boys Charlie and Bailey.
DAN CONROY began his professional acting career in New York where he worked with the likes of Tommy Tune, Terry Gilliam, the late great Luciano Pavarotti and finally Brian Howe. Shortly after relocation to Los Angeles he was invited by Brian to a table reading of Larry Blamire’s THE LOST SKELETON OF CADAVRA and found himself on set in a forest ranger’s uniform within a month. Since that time Dan has appeared in the Blamire projects: TRAIL OF THE SCREAMING FOREHEAD, TALES FROM THE PUB, THE LOST SKELETON RETURNS AGAIN and DARK AND STORMY NIGHT. Music, voiceover, commercials, theatre, film, television, writing, producing and directing have comprised his working world.
ALISON MARTIN was born and raised in New York but began her professional acting career in Boston, performing in America’s longest running comedy, SHEAR MADNESS. While in Boston, she wrote for and acted in the children’s television series A LIKELY STORY, for which she won a regional Acting Emmy Award. She then wrote for and performed in the Lifetime Channel’s series THE WORLD ACCORDING TO US for which she received another regional Emmy nomination. Alison made her Broadway debut in Neil Simon’s LAUGHTER ON THE 23rd FLOOR and traveled across the country with the play. In Los Angeles, she has guest starred and had recurring roles in numerous television shows such as GRACE & FRANKIE, THE MENTALIST, DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES and THE OFFICE (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1510131/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1). She has also appeared in several movies including THE LOST SKELETON RETURNS AGAIN, DARK AND STORMY NIGHT and TRAIL OF THE SCREAMING FOREHEAD. She is married to actor Dan Hagen and they have two great kids.
PHIL PROCTOR is an internationally known actor, singer, writer, composer, director and producer and co-founder of the thrice-Grammy nominated Firesign Theater. His musical and linguistic gifts have taken him from Broadway (THE SOUND OF MUSIC, A TIME FOR SINGING) to cities across the U.S., Canada, France, and to the former USSR. He won the Theatre World Award for the Off-Broadway musical THE AMOROUS FLEA and was cited as Best Actor by the LA Free Press in John Guare's MUSEEKA at the Mark Taper Forum. Along with the other members of the Firesign Theater, the group was the focus of a seminar at the west coast branch of the Museum of Television and Radio and they were listed as one of the "Thirty Greatest Acts of all Time" by Entertainment magazine. On screen he has appeared with Robert De Niro, Orson Welles, Tuesday Weld, Jack Nicholson, Tony Curtis, Jerry Lewis and John Astin. He has appeared in numerous TV shows and movies. He voiced "Howard", the father of Phil and Lil, for eight seasons on Nickelodeon's Emmy-award winning RUGRATS. Other animation voice work includes SPIDERMAN, SMURFS, THE TICK, DR. DOOLITTLE, TARZAN, HERCULES, TOY STORY, A BUG'S LIFE and the IRON GIANT to name a few.
WORLD WIDE WADIO is an all-star team of writers, producers, directors and sound designers specializing in radio and audio. Winners of more than 1,000 advertising and entertainment awards, the company was founded in 1996 by Paul Fey. World Wide Wadio acts as a creative agency and production company for the world’s leading advertising agencies, as well as the top entertainment/media companies in the world. The company’s client list includes broadcast networks CBS, Fox and NBC; cable networks Comedy Central, Discovery, History, National Geographic, A&E, ESPN, Fox Sports, TBS, TNT, CNN, FX, Starz, Oxygen, MTV and VH1; as well as program distributors such as Disney Television, Twentieth Television, Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Distribution.