Cast

  • Dominic Monaghan

    Dominic Monaghan has demonstrated incredible versatility in a career that has included such diverse characterizations as the Hobbit Merry in The Lord of the Rings trilogy,  Charlie Pace on ABC’s hit series Lost, a quantum physicist in the TV mystery FlashForward,  and an electrical-powered mutant known as "Bolt” in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

     

    In 2016, Monaghan starred in the indie horror thriller, Pet. Written by Jeremy Slater, the story centers on an introverted man who imprisons a woman, only to find the tables turned on him.  Last year he also starred in season 3 of Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan, which he created and was an executive producer on for the Travel Channel.  The first season of Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan premiered January 22nd, 2014 on BBC America (and January 21 on OLN in Canada).   Nominated for a Critics’ Choice Award and Emmy award for Best Reality series, Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan follows the actor as he takes...

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    Dominic Monaghan has demonstrated incredible versatility in a career that has included such diverse characterizations as the Hobbit Merry in The Lord of the Rings trilogy,  Charlie Pace on ABC’s hit series Lost, a quantum physicist in the TV mystery FlashForward,  and an electrical-powered mutant known as "Bolt” in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

     

    In 2016, Monaghan starred in the indie horror thriller, Pet. Written by Jeremy Slater, the story centers on an introverted man who imprisons a woman, only to find the tables turned on him.  Last year he also starred in season 3 of Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan, which he created and was an executive producer on for the Travel Channel.  The first season of Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan premiered January 22nd, 2014 on BBC America (and January 21 on OLN in Canada).   Nominated for a Critics’ Choice Award and Emmy award for Best Reality series, Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan follows the actor as he takes viewers on heart-pumping adventures to the most remote corners of the globe in search of the biggest, scariest and most exotic animals on the planet.

     

    In 2011, Monaghan produced and starred in The Day, where he played the leader of a post-apocalyptic group being hunted by zombies.  Other recent credits include the comedy TV series Goodnight Burbank andCrackle’s new original series The Unknown. He is starring in Microsoft studios massive release next year "quantum break". 

     

  • Tom Sizemore

    Tom Sizemore rose in prominence throughout the 1990s, establishing himself as a memorable tough-guy actor, sought by the most respected directors in the business. His first break came when Oliver Stone cast him in a bit part in Born on the Fourth of July (1989). Bigger roles soon followed throughout the early 1990s, such as Guilty by Suspicion (1991), True Romance (1993), and Striking Distance (1993). 1994 proved to be an even bigger year for Sizemore, as he won the role of "Bat Masterson" in Kevin Costner's star-studded biopic Wyatt Earp (1994), as well as one of his first truly memorable roles as "Detective Jack Scagnetti" in Oliver Stone's controversial Natural Born Killers (1994). In 1995 he appeared in Devil in a Blue Dress (1995), Strange Days (1995), as well as the acclaimed crime epic Heat (1995), directed by Michael Mann. Sizemore's first big leading role is in The Relic (1997), the big-budget effects thriller directed by Peter Hyams.


    After a flamboyant and uncredited mobster role in Enemy of the State (1998), Sizemore then portrayed a psychotic paramedic in Bringing Out...

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    Tom Sizemore rose in prominence throughout the 1990s, establishing himself as a memorable tough-guy actor, sought by the most respected directors in the business. His first break came when Oliver Stone cast him in a bit part in Born on the Fourth of July (1989). Bigger roles soon followed throughout the early 1990s, such as Guilty by Suspicion (1991), True Romance (1993), and Striking Distance (1993). 1994 proved to be an even bigger year for Sizemore, as he won the role of "Bat Masterson" in Kevin Costner's star-studded biopic Wyatt Earp (1994), as well as one of his first truly memorable roles as "Detective Jack Scagnetti" in Oliver Stone's controversial Natural Born Killers (1994). In 1995 he appeared in Devil in a Blue Dress (1995), Strange Days (1995), as well as the acclaimed crime epic Heat (1995), directed by Michael Mann. Sizemore's first big leading role is in The Relic (1997), the big-budget effects thriller directed by Peter Hyams.


    After a flamboyant and uncredited mobster role in Enemy of the State (1998), Sizemore then portrayed a psychotic paramedic in Bringing Out the Dead (1999) directed by Martin Scorsese. Seemingly taking it easy, he then turned in fine but stereotypical performances in Play It to the Bone (1999), Red Planet (2000), and Pearl Harbor (2001). Sizemore then received another leading role in the high-profile military drama Black Hawk Down (2001) directed by yet another legendary director, Ridley Scott.


    Specializing in the sort of ultimate tough-guy/manly man roles that hearken back to a different era in film, Sizemore continues to be a favourite of Hollywood's greatest directors. Never afraid to speak his mind about anyone and anything, his sense of blunt honesty and lack of pretension is refreshing. A commanding voice and presence on film, Sizemore looks to continue as one of Hollywood's greatest actors.

  • Sarah Hebel

    Sarah Habel, born and raised in suburban Detroit got her start in film an TV with a supporting role in Drew Barrymore’s Whip It. Most recently Sarah has recurred on the CW’s new hit Riverdale. Sarah was a series regular on USA’s Rush and MTV’s coming of age dramedy Underemployed. Sarah has a BA in theater from Michigan State University and most recently has studied at the Moth Studio in LA under John Markland, and worked her way through he conservatory program at Second City. Sarah’s other credits include the indie film, Warren; Hostel part III. And a guest star role on Starz’s Party Down. Sarah lives in Los Angeles with her husband and daughter. Where she knits, bakes and practices other grandmotherly arts.

    Sarah Habel, born and raised in suburban Detroit got her start in film an TV with a supporting role in Drew Barrymore’s Whip It. Most recently Sarah has recurred on the CW’s new hit Riverdale. Sarah was a series regular on USA’s Rush and MTV’s coming of age dramedy Underemployed. Sarah has a BA in theater from Michigan State University and most recently has studied at the Moth Studio in LA under John Markland, and worked her way through he conservatory program at Second City. Sarah’s other credits include the indie film, Warren; Hostel part III. And a guest star role on Starz’s Party Down. Sarah lives in Los Angeles with her husband and daughter. Where she knits, bakes and practices other grandmotherly arts.

  • Dagen Merrill

    Dagen Merrill received his Masters in Fine Arts (MFA) from the University of Southern California’s Peter Stark Producing Program, is an Honorary Fellow of The American Film Institute (AFI) and was named an emerging world wide talent at the Saatchi & Saatchi New Directors’ Showcase. On top of countless short form projects Merrill has also directed four feature films, Dagen’s film BROKEN HILL received the Best Feature Film award at the...

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    Dagen Merrill received his Masters in Fine Arts (MFA) from the University of Southern California’s Peter Stark Producing Program, is an Honorary Fellow of The American Film Institute (AFI) and was named an emerging world wide talent at the Saatchi & Saatchi New Directors’ Showcase. On top of countless short form projects Merrill has also directed four feature films, Dagen’s film BROKEN HILL received the Best Feature Film award at the Giffoni Film Festival in Italy.