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Born in Stuttgart, Germany, his family moved to France when he was two years old. Bred on classic Hollywood movies, and especially westerns, he knew from childhood on he wanted to be an actor, but playing the part of Mephistopheles in a high-school production of Goethe’s Faust made that decision final. He entered the famous Paris acting school “Ecole Florent” but left it after two years, finding it too undemanding. He then had to support himself with a collection of odd jobs for a few years, but in 1999, he was hired for a play and has since acted in more than twenty stage productions over the last ten years.
After appearing on French TV in “Paris 2011: la grande inondation” and the popular series “Un village français”, he made his film debut in 2009 in Fouad Benhammou’s “Le village des ombres”.
The part of Paul in Stéphane Guénin’s “Killing uncle Roman” is his first lead role in a feature-length film.
Born in Kiev (Ukraine), Tanya has a degree in Politics from the Kiev University and speaks fluently French, English and Russian.
Tanya first appearance was on the Ukrainian national broadcast when she was 14 years old. She was in charge of presenting the young promising directors at the Moldost International Film festival. Then MTV Ukraine (OTV) gave her to opportunity to present a prime time talk show.
In parallel with her TV career, Tanya has been a model for advertising campaigns such as the National Ukrainian campaign against East girls international prostitution networks or the 2006 French Club Med Gym national billboarding campaign.
Tanya has decided to live in Paris since 2006 when her friend Olga Kurilenko (“Quantum of Solace”) advised her to improve her acting performances under Steve Kalfa’s supervision which gave her the opportunity to work with Patrice Leconte on “La guerre des miss”.
After her appearance in a couple of short films, “Mission :Apo11o” and “Papiers s’il vous plaît”, Tanya’s carreer has reached a new level after she has been chosen to co-lead, with Jochen Hägele, the Stephane Guenin film, “Killing Uncle Roman”.
Is an experienced performance artist who is known for igniting the spirits of his students. He derives great pleasure in seeing the transformation that occurs in young people during his classes. David credits movement as the reservoir from which he draws his creative energy: “Whether I am dancing, choreographing or exploring the rhythms of the written word, movement is what gives me life.” David teaches “Empowerment Beyond Technique” – feeling comes first, technique follows naturally with training.
A native New Yorker, Robertson is a self-proclaimed “life-long student of dance.” He began his professional training at the Bernice Johnson Cultural Arts Center (where later he acted as Artistic Director). He strengthened his technique at the acclaimed High School of Performing Arts and continued his studies at Broadway Dance Center, Alvin Ailey’s American Dance Theatre and the Joffrey School of Ballet. Robertson has acted as Principal Choreographer for videos ranging from Ashford and Simpson’s “I’ll Be There for You”, Peter Cetero and Amy Grant’s “Next Time I Fall in Love”, Lauren Hill’s debut solo hit, “Doo Wop (That Thing)” and Lionel Richie’s “Dancing on the Ceiling”.
David was also chosen to collaborate with choreographer/producer Debbie Allen, working together on the 61st, 62nd & 63rd Annual Academy Awards, Walt Disney’s Production of “Polly” and “Polly Coming Home” as well as “Stomping at the Savoy”. Robertson assisted Walter Painter for the production of the 41st Annual Tony Awards and the late Lester Wilson on the 54th Annual Emmy Awards. Robertson created dance steps for Ashanti. He also worked on The Fighting Temptations, an MTV and Paramount Picture production starring Cuba Gooding Jr., Beyonce Knowles and Faith Evans. Another film credit is the Feature entitled Hair Show, which stars Mo’Nique, the actress/comedic star of the hit TV series The Parkers. Most recently, Robertson teamed up again with Debbie Allen for a production entitled BeeHive.
Looking toward the future, David Robertson welcomes new evolutions to become a multi-faceted creative artist. Having authored his first stage production, he nobly adds the title of playwright to his illustrious career. In 2003 Robertson formed a not for profit arts and education organization known as Triple Threat Performing Arts Academy. The Academy is dedicated to exposing adolescent’s aged 8-16 afterschool to the performing arts by providing highly skilled training through educational-based and nutritional programs. “If I can continue to produce and bring forth work that changes the way people, particularly today’s youth, think about life and the world around them, then I am doing my chosen work.”
Jordan Jones was born in 1985 in Connecticut and raised in Jasper, Indiana. Jones’s dream through out his life was to be on the ‘Silver-Screen’. Shortly after high school he moved to Los Angeles. Within 2 months Jones landed a job as a screen-writer/host for a closed circuit TV Show titled “EB TV” which aired in every ‘EB Games’ and ‘Electronic Boutique’ (Game Stop) store across the globe. His mother, Caroline, and father, Michael, both worked in the Entertainment Industry. Jones has spent his whole life immersed in every aspect of “The Arts” with his parents being his leading inspiration.
Jones is an avid Martial Artist and a Certified Instructor under Guro Dan Inosanto (Protege & Dear Friend of the late Bruce Lee). Currently, Jones lives in Paris, France & Los Angeles.
Born in Lille (North of France), Maximilien is a French actor with a master’s degree in English. He also speaks Italian, German and Swedish.
An early movie buff, Max started learning acting at the age of 10 by following drama classes at school and joining local companies. After passing his “Baccalauréat”, he kept on studying English in college thus seizing this opportunity to join his University’s English-speaking Theatre Company for four years.
Then, Max moved to Paris where he started acting in various independent shorts and features, including Stéphane Guénin’s “Killing Uncle Roman” in which he portrays Dr. Quentin Edwards, a sleazy Hugh Grant wannabe more concerned with seducing women than saving people and whose fate will have dangerous repercussions on the whole plot.
In 2011, Max was the lead part in Mehdi Belhadj’s first independent feature “Delirium Tremens”. This movie about an alcoholic and agoraphobic painter who tries getting off the booze and consequently starts painting women who end up found raped and murdered is still in post-production. Still, several French web articles have displayed enthusiasm as to Max’s performance in the movie, based on various trailers, teasers and clips.
Aside from his acting, Max is also the co-writer of two screenplays and three novels with French crime and fantasy writer Michael Mention, all of which are currently being read by publishers, producers and directors (both in France and the United States.).
She discovered theater and plays at school in province during several years. After her studies, she decides to move to Paris to finish her master in economics and to approach the french film cinema and TV industry.
The first role she landed in french cinema was in the last movie of Pierre Schoendorffer “Là-haut, un roi au dessus des nuages” with Bruno Cremer, Claude Rich and Jacques Perrin where she was an air hostess. Follow several movies of Pascal Thomas “Le grand appartement” with Mathieu Amalric and Laetitia Casta and “Ensemble nous allons vivre une très très grande histoire d’amour”. She act in “le Concile de Pierre” of Guillaume Nicloux with Monica Belluci and Catherine Deneuve where her character was Catherine Deneuve’s one (Sybille) younger. She was directed by Jean-Luc Perreard in “Bain de minuit” or “Aucune personnalité”, by Iliana Lolic in “Je ne dis pas non” with Sylvie Testud and Stefano Accorsi. Her acting in “Killing uncle roman” directed by Stéphane Guénin and produced by euro pacific is soon on screen.
She appears for TV. In TV movies like “Une histoire à ma fille “of Chantal Picault and in TV shows like « coup de folie » of Luc Chalifour or “Joséphine” of David Delrieux. She works for many corporate and commercial films and works also in the other side of the camera, in TV production.
Her character in TV film “Meurtres à Saint Malo” of Lionel Bailliu and in a TV show “Au nom de la vérité” by Laurent Lecomte which will be both on tv screen this year.
Antony Hickling has been working as actor, performer, and director for more than 15 years.
He originally trained at The Arden School Of Theatre in Manchester for 4 years and then went on to work as an actor in UK before moving to France to complete his MastersDegree and PhD in “Arts of the Stage”.
He has trained equally with the Living Theatre, Antonio Araujo, Jack Waltzer, Harry Cleven and has performed on stage in both UK and France. His roles include Florizel in “The Winters Tale & Romeo in Romeo & Juliet”.
His film credits include “Arthur & The Lady” by Luc Besson, “8th Wonderland” by Nicolas Alberny & Jean Mach and Louise en Hiver de Jean-François Laguionie.
Having equally worked on several occasions for the BBC in UK, likewise in France he works as a Voice Artist and his voice can be heard in many international productions from Disney to L’Oreal.
Likewise he has written and directed a series of short films related to his research on sexuality, including the trilogy “Birth 1, 2 & 3”, “L’Annonciation or The Conception Of A little Gay Boy” and more recently “Little Gay Boy chrisT Is dead” screened at numerous film festivals worldwide.
In 2011 he directed the publicity trailer for the film festival Chéries Chéris with cult figures Marie France & Christine Steinitz.
He is currently preparing his first feature film.
Tom Daley (1947-2013)
Tom Daley, the son of a tugboat captain, was raised a nice Catholic boy in Point Pleasant Beach, N.J. He worked in the film business for over 40 years producing commercials, music videos and movies. Mr. Daley directed the horror movie THE OUTING starring Deborah Winters, and the comedy THE HOMECOMING QUEEN HAS A GUN starring Julie Brown. Captain Tom was an avid sailor living in Honolulu where he was active in Rotary International and Mensa. Sadly, he passed away in 2013. Tom is missed by all who knew him and loved him.