||Born and raised in Queens, NY, played college basketball at Adelphi University in Long Island, then transferred and graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in Electronic Intermedia. With 2 Dudes and a Dream Brian continues to make his impact this year and live out his childhood dreams. Writing, producing, and starring in the film was not enough to keep this young talent busy as he just wrapped his 6th straight independent feature, Action News Five, and American High School just before that. You’ve also seen Brian on season one of MTV’s hit series The Hills. You can also watch his funny antics as a host in various segments for Younghollywood.com, interviewing all types from Mad TV cast members to Victoria Secret’s super model Miranda Kerr. Brian has performed stand up comedy at the world famous Laugh Factory in LA and also enjoys painting, basketball and graphic design.|
||Born Nicholas Nicotera on July 1, 1981 in Milwaukee, WI. Although he somewhat resembles a Mr. Potato Head doll in a lot of ways, Nic Nac is a budding comedic actor and established rapper who is destined for much larger successes in Hollywood. In a town where talent-less people somehow become famous everyday, Nic Nac has emerged as a true talent. Having appeared recently in the hit DVD American Pie’s Beta House, and also on MTV’s Wild N’ Out, as well as a handful of other independent features including The Iron Man, and Bottoms Up. He’s not simply an actor and rapper, but also a writer, producer, former sushi delivery specialist, video game tester and all around good guy. Also look out for Nic in the upcoming Van Wilder 3.|
||Stone was born Stuart Eisenstein in Thornhill,
Ontario. He started his acting career when he was a child, and appeared in some Canadian TV commercials as a child actor in Toronto. He made his major motion picture debut in "Heavenly Bodies" as Joey, Samantha Blair (played by Cynthia Dale)'s son, in 1984. Since then, he has guest-starred in many TV series such as Goosebumps , Boston Public, and Flash Forward. He starred in animated features such as Babar: The Movie and The Magic School Bus as a voice-over actor. He has also done voice-over work for Care Bears, and voices both main characters in the Canadian cartoon "Carl Squared". He also had a lead role in the cult films "Donnie Darko" and "The Boys Club". One year, he moved to Los Angeles, California to pursue a career in acting.
Born and raised in Kinston , North Carolina. At a very early age Jordan developed his love for drama, taking leading roles in plays such as: Oliver Twist, Grease, and Bye Bye Birdie. Jordan also shared this passion with sports, although he never liked to focus on one thing. He would always say “ I would rather be great in a bunch of stuff , then be amazing at one.” After High school Jordan received a scholarship to play Division 1 baseball, also receiving athletic honors. However, Jordan realized at the completion of his freshman year that professional baseball wasn’t for him. So he packed his bags and headed
|Days after his 5 year study of Physics & Science (Premed) at Hunter College, NYC, he booked the highly sought after lead role as Johnny Bishop in Darren Star's critically acclaimed, "Grosse Pointe." He immediately followed that up with a lead role as Dante Belasco in "Francis Ford Coppola's, Jeepers Creepers II." The filmed has grossed over $220 million dollars world wide, not bad for his film debut. He then booked the lead in Ron Leavitt's "The Help" which lasted for just 9 short episodes on the WB. Soon after he booked the lead in "Lost Signal," an exciting "New Age Shining" based off true events.
Santos has long been known as a Comedy genius, but his new film "Lost Signal" shows a much deeper thespian in this young star. He has parleyed his Hollywood acting career into a Producing and Writing career. Now working on the Notorious Pablo Escobar Project, (Colombian Drug Lord), as well as producing a few of his own works. Santos is locking himself into Hollywood as a StrongHold, which also happens to be the name of his production company, StrongHold Production Inc. The Former "Ford Model" has done over 50 commercials as well gracing the covers of several magazines such as "Seventeen, YM, Teen Vogue, American Fitness, ETC...." This was after his 5 year run as a Male Model. He was named the "Cosmopolitan Man of the Year in 2001." Booked international campaigns like Versace, Armani, D&G, Calvin Klein, Levi's, Lee, American Eagle, Wrangler, Gap, Abercrombie & Fitch, ETC...
||He attended Gladstone High School in Covina California from 1986 to 1989 as well attending Mira Coasta High School in Manhattan Beach, and Fair Valley in Covina. He now also plays guitar in "Antoneus Maximus & The Nuthouze Band" who have been playing playing gigs at local venues in Los Angeles. 2004 saw them working on their 1st album which already includes guest appearances by such luminaries as 'Apl.de.Ap', 'Dj Motiv8' and 'Dante Santiago' from "Black Eyed Pea's" as well as 'Eighty Bug' from "Animastik" and 'Kid'(Chris) from "Kid'N'Play".|
||Born March 6th, 1978 in Bakersfield California. Has also appeared in “Race You To The Bottom,’ and “Youthanasia.”|
||Has appeared in “Never Been Kissed,” “Groove,” “Alex in Wonder,” and “Six Thugs.”|
||Nathan Bexton is an accomplished actor and talented writer. Having starred in classics such as “Go”, “The In Crowd”, and “Nowhere.” With “2 Dudes and a Dream” Nathan makes his directorial debut. Nathan is originally from Canada but spent most of his adolescent years in Northern California. He is an amazing photographer as well.|
||Todd Veneman is a hilarious improv artist who has studied at various programs including the Improv Olympics. Specializing in various characters, this comedic genius is never a disappointment on screen or on stage.|
|Jason Scott Jenkins is a working fashion model and an aspiring television/commercial actor. He has been one of the head models for JC Penny’s for several years and has appeared on both the Late show with David Letterman and Late Night with Conan O’Brien. He played college football at the University of Nebraska for three years. During that time the Cornhuskers only lost one gameen route to two National Championships. Jenkins has played in the Canadian Footbal League as well as a brief stint the Arena Football League. He is also a skilled wrestler, boxer and Mixed Martial Arts fighter.|
||Born in Boston,Massachusetts and grew up west of Boston, in the town of Sudbury. Attended the University of Massachusetts. Studied acting at famed Playhouse West with Robert Carnegie and actor, Jeff Goldblum. Fellow students included, Ashly Judd, Scott Cann and James Franco. Has worked extensively in the indi film world as well as television.|
Michael Ray Bower has established himself over the past decade as an actor of considerable talent and accomplishment. His diverse and eclectic resume ranges from hilarious roles in such comedies as "Dude Where's My Car" and "Evolution," to hauntingly dramatic performances in intense Television Shows such as "Dark Angel", "CSI" and His breakthrough performance as a young Soldier Of A futuristic War in James Cameron's "Dark Angel" was Submitted For A possible Emmy Nomination. Michael Has Won Numerous Awards Through Out His Career. Young Artist Award, Teen People's Choice, ACE Award Nominee Born and raised in Los Angeles, Bower landed his first role at the age of eleven on the popular motion picture Moonwalker alongside World idol Michael Jackson. He soon recurred on the award-winning "The Wonder Years" For 3 seasons. Bower soon turned recurring roles into series regulars on 3 Primetime shows. With his fan following and critical acclaim he led "Nickelodeons Best Comedy Show "Salute Your Shorts" (cult-like following now). Michael has guest-starred on over 30 Primetime Television shows .
||You can also see this lovely actress in “Reno 911!: Miami” as well as “The Hottie & the Nottie.”|
New Jersey born and bred actor, who burst onto cinema screens in 1994, playing the grass smoking, fast talking, foul mouthed and over sexed,...but very likeable "Jay" in Kevin Smith's hilarious low budget hit Clerks (1994). The off beat & philosophical drug dealing characters of "Jay and Silent Bob" (Mewes and Smith) cropped up again in four more films directed by the talented Smith.....the tepidly received Mallrats was followed by more street wisdom in the scintillating romantic comedy Chasing Amy, they tackled theological issues in the quirky religious comedy Dogma and then took on Hollywood, in the road trip epic Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. Their characters also made a cameo appearance in Scream 3.
Mewes has since kicked on to appearing in other non-Smith projects including High Times Potluck, Rush (2002) and My Big Fat Independant Movie (2004), however he is currently involved in several new Kevin Smith film projects including Passion of the Clerks, and The Green Hornet.
This Vancouver native has appeared in such movies as 'Kiss, Kiss, Bang, Bang' playing opposite Robert Downey Jr., 'Click' in which Tanja plays a secretary in the office where Adam Sandler’s character works, ‘Legally Blonde 2’ as Reese Witherspoon’s Delta-Nu sister, Chef Kelly in the Broken Lizard’s ‘Club Dread’, Universal’s ‘Head Over Heels’ as Freddie Prince Jr. undercover FBI partner and in Miramax/Disney’s highly successful horror spoof cult hit ‘Scary Movie’ with the Wayans brothers. Tanja had an interesting challenge playing both a present day character and a period character, simultaneously, as two of the leading roles in the feature film ‘The Meeksville Ghost’, starring Judge Reinhold, shot on location in South Africa. She recently worked on an independent feature film 'Two Dudes and a Dream' where she played the romantic lead opposite Brian Drolet, Nic Nac and Andy Milonakis.
In MY Network TV’s ‘Wicked, Wicked Games', Tanja starred alongside Academy Award winner Tatum O’Neal as Jennifer Harrison. On the comedic side, she appeared on the sitcom ‘One on One’. This was her first taste of the world of sitcom TV. She had the pleasure of appearing on one of her favourite shows, ‘Desperate Housewives’, playing opposite Eva Longoria as Gabrielle’s modeling friend from New York.
Tanja's first series regular role was that of Karen Petrusky on the show ‘Relic Hunter’ opposite Tia Carrerre. Her other notable television series credits include guest starring roles on Francis Ford Coppola’s sci-fi series for the Space Network, ‘First Wave’, and on the popular CBS’s series ‘C.S.I. Miami’.
||Milonakis' fame began as an Internet phenomenon after he released home webcam recordings of freestyle rhyming, humor videos, and short films. Some of these include "Crispy New Freestyle" and "The Super Bowl Is Gay." He has built a cult following, including comedian Jimmy Kimmel, who recruited him for regular appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live on television 2003–2004. Contrary to popular belief, Milonakis was not the Man Show Boy, a smart-mouthed boy who frequently appeared on The Man Show; that character was played by Aaron Hamill. Milonakis was also featured in a 2005 film, Waiting..., and starred in the 2007 comedy Who's Your Caddy?. He has been a frequent co-host on the syndicated radio show Loveline with Dr. Drew Pinsky (from the radio station KROQ) since co-host Adam Carolla left in November 2005. In 2005 he recorded a hip hop song “Like Dis” together with his friend, J-Kwon.|
||After much credited stage work Parisse landed herself a recurring role on HBO’s Emmy-winning, hit series Deadwood. Parisse earned recognition for her role as Elizabeth in James McLure’s southern comedy “Laundry and Bourbon”. McLure attended opening night calling Parisse’s performance “sincere and beyond her years”. She continued her stage work throughout high school earning her the Bank of America Achievement Award in Liberal Arts as well as Malibu Times Citizen of the Year for her educational charity work in Costa Rica. Upon graduating as Salutatorian from a privet school in Malibu, Parisse decided to attend the University of Oregon by suggestion of family friend Sam Elliot. At 19 she earned critical acclaim for her role as Desdemona in Paula Vogel’s play “Desdemona a Play About a Handkerchief”. Later that year she played the controversial role of Pheadra in “Pheadra’s Love”. Parisse competed in the nationally acclaimed Irene Ryan competition at ACTF making it to the finals. After continued theatrical success, Parisse made the move back to Los Angeles and took her chances at film. In 2003 Parisse was cast as Tess, a Bella Union prostitute, on HBO’s Emmy winning series “Deadwood”. She has held her own amongst seasoned veterans to the business including her father, legendary character actor Powers Boothe. She continued her work o the critically acclaimed series for all three seasons. After wrapping “Deadwood’s” last episode, Parisse landed a role along side Sean Astin, Tom Arnold and Rachael Leigh Cook in the baseball classic “The Final Season”. She continued her film work starring in “Drain Baby” and “Two Dudes and a Dream”. Parisse recently produced and starred in “Mouth of Caddo: The Legend of Hell’s Gate”, a western based on real events, the story of how 'Hell's Gate' at Possum Kingdom Lake, Texas came to have it's name. She is in production of cult classic film, “Howl”, and is the creator, producer and host of a new travel show called “Outside the Coverage Area” in which she explores off the beaten path locals.|
||Cameron Goodman was born in Texas but grew up in Washington D.C. Goodman has been in multiple movies; first starting out in 2002 as a freshman doing her comedic acting at Syracuse University on a show called SU Live. In 2003, she left Syracuse and transferred to Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. Goodman recently wrapped guest star roles on ABC's Sons & Daughters, CSI: New York, NCIS, The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, and a supporting role in the new Lucy Liu/Nick Lachey movie Rise. She is currently a member of Nick Cannon's Wild 'N Out and is shooting the feature Shuttle in Boston. She has also been featured in MTV's Exposed.|
||Ben has been a full time actor in New York and now Los Angeles for over twelve years. Besides appearing in over 50 national commercials with such directors as Doug Liman (Swingers, The Bourne Identity), Will Speck/Josh Gordon (Blades of Glory), and Jesse Dylan (Kicking and Screaming) he also was a regular on the UPN series, The Mullets. Television credits include How I Met Your Mother, The Loop, and Charmed among others. In film he has worked in supporting roles with directors from Michael Bay to Mekhi Phifer. Most recent films include Evilution and the upcoming Eddie Murphy film, A Thousand Words. In theater he is most proud to have acted in Biloxi Blues at the Pasadena Playhouse which he performed for Neil Simon himself. He can also be heard as the upcoming television voice for Dominos Pizza. Ben produces and directs and has several projects in development. He has a BFA in Acting from Marymount Manhattan College and has studied at many acting studios in New York and Los Angeles.|
||Jon Abrahams has starred in many films and TV shows including Meet the Parents with Robert DeNiro and Ben Stiller. His most notable role is probably Bobby in Scary Movie or Dalton Chapman in the horror movie House of Wax. He is also known as "DJ Jonny" on The Ellen DeGeneres Show for season four, replacing Tony Okungbowa. He has been replaced on season five by KROQ personality Ted Stryker due to his wish to concentrate on his acting career in film. Abrahams splits his time between Los Angeles and Park Slope, Brooklyn. Abrahams has also starred in the Enrique Iglesias music video for "Do You Know? (The Ping Pong Song)". Abrahams attended Saint Ann's School in Brooklyn.|
||A native of Los Angeles, Carlos Ramirez began theatre at the early age of ten through his local church community. While a participant in his church choir, his talent led him to the opportunity to perform at the Hollywood Bowl. While attending acting classes at the Theatre of Arts, he and his identical twin brother Efren Ramirez (now known for his role as Pedro in Napoleon Dynamite) were discovered for a TV series titled Hell Town staring Robert Blake. Seeking new challenges, Carlos went on to study dance at the Glendale Theatre. He continued his pursuit of acting on such episodic shows like The Love Boat and Twilight Zone as well as being featured in an industrial titled Sweet 15 and a feature titled La Bamba staring Lou Diamond Phillips. At the age of seventeen, Carlos joined the United States Air Force. During his eight years in the military, he has served in Operation Desert Shield in Iraq, and Operation Joint Endeavor working NATO forces under a unified command in Bosnia while stationed upon the global market. Carlos is also a producer of a pilot titled Wanna Be Me that he stars opposite Michael Lohan (father of Lindsay Lohan), Lacey Chabert (Mean Girls), Shalim Ortiz (Hero's), and Fernanda Romero (The Eye). He has his own production company as well "WickedTwinProductions."|
||Rex was born Simon Rex Cutright in San Francisco, California, to Paul and Barbara Cutright. In 1995, MTV kept Rex on the air for over a year and became well known as his fame and popularity increased. Simon then began to pursue acting and in 1999 was cast in the television show Jack & Jill, which ran for two seasons. He appeared as "Eli" in the TV show Felicity and television guest appearances followed including Baywatch, Everwood, and Summerland. In 2002, the pilot for the show What I Like About You was picked up by The WB which now has become The CW. Rex only starred in the first season. He later appeared on the Lifetime show, Monarch Cove which ran for 11 episodes in 2006. Rex has appeared in The Forsaken, Scary Movie 3, Scary Movie 4 and The Karate Dog. He also starred in National Lampoon's Pledge This! with Paris Hilton. In the movie, the two share a sex scene. He also briefly dated Jaime Pressly. Rex's rapping career is popular on MySpace, as "Dirt Nasty". He tours with his group Dyslexic Speedreaders along with Mickey Avalon and Andre Legacy. Rex is also the co-owner of the semi-private New York nightclub The Plumm, along with Chris Noth, David Wells and Noel Ashman.|
||Eric Peter-Kaiser was born and raised in Vancouver, Canada. Because he considered himself to be shy he started taking acting lessons while playing hockey at the Junior A level and it was at that point he realized his love and affinity for acting. Rather than continuing with his career In Hockey to play pro in Europe Eric (PK) opted to change career paths and study at SUNY Potsdam College in New York to dive deeper into the world of Theater. After only a short time at school PK became one of over 5000 to audition for the Disney film Miracle (2004) and after a three-month wait landed one of the lead roles in the film portraying Mark Johnson, the leading goal scorer for the 1980 US Olympic team. Eric then moved to Los Angeles to begin acting full time. In 2004 PK was invited, with a few other cast members of Miracle, to take part in the ESPY Awards where the film won the award for Best Sports Movie. He was also fortunate enough to be invited to play in the Jimmy V Celebrity Golf Classic to help raise money for cancer research for The V Foundation that same summer. In the same year Eric became an owner of the Nanaimo Clippers, a Junior ‘A’ hockey team in Canada, the same team he played for years earlier. As an owner he saw the team have two of its most successful seasons ever, winning the Western Canadian Championship one year. In 2005 Eric helped found Island Gateway Films, a production and financing company, and sits on the Board of Directors. Some other films that PK has acted in include Tripping Forward (2006), The Iron Man (2006), Evilution (2007) and Basement Jack (2008).|