Michael was born February 12, 1950 in Saint Mary’s Hospital Toronto Canada … the first born child of Patricia June Passmore/Ironside and Robert Walter Ironside … his loving parents, June and Bob. He was later followed by four more, two of each – Winnifred, William, Robert and Beverly. As of
Edward Walter Furlong began his career with the role of John Connor in what turned out to be one of the the biggest box-office hits of the 1990s, “Terminator 2: Judgment Day”. For his career-starting role, Furlong earned an MTV movie award for best breakthrough role, and a Saturn Sci-Fi
Michael brings a highly creative (directing both stage and film) and diverse background (from paratrooper to photography) to his role as director for The Endless Whispers. He has been a filmmaker since he was twelve years old, writing scripts and making small films with friends, starting on Super 8 film and
Chris has been writing professionally for 14 years. His content ranges from technical documentation for some of the largest computer companies in the world to genre fiction for a number of Dungeons & Dragons publishers (during the Open Source d20 era). His works have been nominated for numerous awards including a prestigious Gen-Con Award (“The Book of Taverns,” published by Necromancer Games).
Krista produces narrative films and music videos. She has an MA in Communication Studies with a specialty in Organizational Communication from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is known for effectively bringing together resources and people and has managed three shorts and one music video to successful completion for
Clark Sarullo lives in Atlanta, GA where she works full-time as an actress. She was last seen for Bombshell Studios in our production of “FACES”. Her television appearances include “Revolution” (NBC), “Necessary Roughness” (USA), “Drop Dead Diva” (Lifetime), and “Banshee” (Cinemax). Clark has starred in over a half a dozen
Michael Dinetz has worked steadily in various aspects of make-up and effects since starting his career, often department heading the shows he works on. That work has ranged from small commercials and TV pilots to film work that has taken him halfway around the world to China. In 2007, Michael