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Daniel Roebuck has spent 3 decades building an impressive
resume chuck full of blockbuster films (THE FUGITIVE), kids
movies (AGENT CODY BANKS), horror movies (HALLOWEEN 2) and television series (MATLOCK, LOST).


Roebuck has guest starred on so many Television shows the
list of what he hasn't been on is shorter then the list of
what he has been on.


He has portrayed hundreds of people, including famous ones like Jay Leno and Garry Marshall.


Although he has fulfilled nearly every dream of his
childhood - like appearing in MAD MAGAZINE, becoming a TOY and a HALLOWEEN MASK, having his mug on a few TRADING CARDS - Roebuck refuses to retire and continues to work as one of Hollywood’s busiest
character actors!


Daniel Roebuck has also produced a number of documentaries and films including, CHRISTMAS IS HERE AGAIN, HIS NEIGHBOR PHIL and FINGER OF GOD and will make his feature film directorial debut with GETTING GRACE in the summer of 2016.





Madelyn's multiple on stage roles have included Anne Frank in the Diary of Anne Frank, Ruth Sherwood in Wonderful Town, and Bonnie Jean in Brigadoon.


In 2015 she was awarded first place in the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival Monologue Competition.


She has most recently written and performed her one woman play "Encountering Shakespeare: How Two Americans Saved the Bard" at the Folger Shakespeare Library, where she is a certified reader.


She is a trained singer, studying jazz vocals with Lou Lanza and classical voice at Moravian College and as a Choral Scholar with the world class Bach Choir of Bethlehem.


Madelyn has studied classical ballet, modern dance, and jazz with the Pennsylvania Youth Ballet, the Rock School for Dance Education in Philadelphia, and the Alaska Dance Theatre.


She made her film debut in 2016 as the title character in "Getting Grace", an independent film by Daniel Roebuck.





Marsha Dietlein Bennett made her screen debut starring in the cult horror film Return of the Living Dead: Part II. She has since appeared in numerous other films including Little Children, Nice Guy Johnny, Newlyweds, and The Fitzgerald Family Christmas (the latter three directed by indie filmmaker Ed Burns).


Her television credits include several pilots and guest starring on numerous TV shows including all of the Law and Orders, Gossip Girl, and Blue Bloods.


She also loves to do theater and has performed in many plays including Woman in Mind (with Helen Mirren), The Food Chain (Off-Broadway original cast), Over the River and Through the Woods (Off-Broadway original cast), and The Old Boy (Off-Broadway revival).  


She lives in NYC with her husband and two children.




Growing up in San Diego, becoming an actor came naturally to Dana Ashbrook. His father is the director of the Palomar College Department of Performing Arts, and his mother is a teacher who performs in local theater. His sisters, Daphne Ashbrook and Taylor Ashbrook, are also working actresses.


His own career started while still in his teens, when his sister Daphne's agent saw him performing in a high school play, and he made a good impression. He started out with guest appearances in TV series, and then went on to supporting roles in motion pictures.


His big break was in 1990 in winning the role of Bobby Briggs in the offbeat television series Twin Peaks (1990). Ashbrook's intense portrayal of the volatile tempered high school athlete with his shaggy hair, soulful appearance, and intense personality made an impression. After the show went off the air the following year, he continued to make appearances in television and film.


In 1997, he won a starring role in the series Crisis Center (1997), but in spite of its promise, the series only lasted one season. Ashbrook made a comeback in 2002 when he was cast in a recurring role playing the slimy and greedy stockbroker Rich Rinaldi, a character the viewers loved to hate, in the popular teen soap opera Dawson's Creek (1998) during the show's final season.

In his spare time, he plays basketball and tennis. He is also an accomplished harmonica player.


Duane Whitaker, a native of Lubbock Texas, has spent the last 30 years as one of Hollywood's most entertaining hyphenates. Although others act, write and direct to varying degrees of success, Duane has consistently entertained audiences with his powerful performances, fascinating screenplays and moving films.


As an actor, Whitaker is most recognized as Maynard, the sadistic pawn shop owner, in PULP FICTION, Quentin Tarantino's high velocity masterpiece that is widely hailed as one of the best films ever made. Of course, you don't walk onto the set of a ground breaking film like PULP FICTION without paying your dues.


From the time he arrived in Hollywood, Duane's face was seen frequently on the stage and small screen. Some of his very early television credits include, SLEDGE HAMMER, MURDER SHE WROTE, HIGHWAY TO HEAVEN, L.A. LAW, ROSANNE and QUANTUM LEAP. More recent appearances include MEDICAL INVESTIGATION, I'M WITH HER, THE EX LIST and a haunting portrayal of a former child abuse victim on an episode of COLD CASE.


Duane has appeared in over forty feature films. Among his favorites are BROKE SKY, DEAD LETTERS, NIGHT CLUB, URBAN DECAY, REX, DOZERS and, of course PULP FICTION.


It is in the Horror genre, however, that Whitaker has anchored the largest body of his work. TRAILER PARK OF TERROR, FEAST, CHILDREN OF THE CORN: GENESIS, Rob Zombie's DEVIL'S REJECTS and HALLOWEEN 2, WITHIN THE ROCK, TALES FROM THE HOOD and NIGHT OF THE SCARECROW are just a few of his bloody credits. Another scary favorite, DUSK TO DAWN 2: TEXAS BOOD MONEY was even co-written by Whitaker.


He has written, directed or produced, TOGETHER & ALONE, STRIPTEASER, CAMP UTOPIA, BACKROAD MOTEL and EDDIE PRESLEY. The latter stars Duane in a masterful turn as a despondent Elvis Presley impersonator teetering on the fine line between a triumphant comeback or a nervous breakdown. It was adapted from Whitaker's successful stage play of the same title


Recently, Duane received the honor of the American Cinematheque hosting a screening of his two most personal films, Eddie Presley and "Together and Alone" at Grauman's Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles. Beyond his work on the big and small screen, Duane Whitaker is playwright. His plays have been produced in Los Angeles and New York and he has been teaching a popular Film Acting class in Los Angeles for almost a decade.




Alexa Mcfillin has performed in a number of onstage productions, some of her larger roles include: starring in "Cinderella" as one of the evil stepsisters, in "A Christmas Carol" as Mary Cratchet, and most recently she starred in "A Christmas Carol" once again as the theaters youngest ever Ghost of Christmas Past.

Despite her younger age she takes acting classes at a highschool level and plans to continue studying acting in years to come.

She made her film debut as Audrey in Daniel Roebuck's "Getting Grace"


Diane Wagner has a BA in English from DeSales University and an MFA in Acting from Louisiana State University.


As a member of Actor’s Equity, Diane performed in numerous productions across the country.


One of her most notable roles was Martha in a production of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf performed at the Kennedy Center.


Most recently, she wrote, produced and played the role of Goody Werkheiser in the spec pilot, Goody Goody.


Diane has taught acting at Louisiana State University, DeSales University, Northampton Community College, The William Reynolds Agency in Atlanta, and Image Model and Talent Agency in Allentown.


She is currently the Artistic Director of Theatre at the Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts.