An award winning filmmaker, Robert has written, produced and directed numerous independent features, including: COLIN FITZ LIVES!, REVENGERS, INC., and NIGHT WINDOWS. He is currently developing a fantasy-adventure film called THE FIRST DRAGON RIDER; a horror film franchise based on his short film ROAD KILL: A DAY IN THE LIFE OF HENRY DAVID ROAD, (World Premiere at the Palm Springs International Shortfest); and a Mob comedy, FALL GIRLS written by Alexi Hawley (ABC's Castle). Post Supervisor credits include: PENELOPE, FACTORY GIRL, FANBOYS, FIGHTING, Wes Craven's - MY SOUL TO TAKE, and D.J. Caruso's next film – I AM NUMBER FOUR.
Robert was a Master Acting Teacher for the Atlantic Theater Company (of which he is a Founding Member) and has taught classes for schools such as (United States) Harvard, NYU, Indiana University, Stonestreet Studios. (Canada) The Playwrights Theatre Centre. (Australia) NIDA, AFTRS, The Actor's Centre. (France) The International Institute of Performing Arts. He is a co-author of Training of the American Actor (TCG). (Robert Bella at imdb.com)
Tom Morrissey made his screenwriting debut with COLIN FITZ LIVES! He's worked as a writer for both television and the web, from VH1's Pop-up Video to the site Very Short List. He recently completed the screenplay MY DEAR SIR and is developing a TV series, “The Fools” with COLIN FITZ LIVES! stars Matt McGrath and Andy Fowle. He currently resides in New York with his wife and daughter. (Tom Morrissey at imdb.com)
Colin was born on the Aug. 31 in 1968 in North Uxbridge, Massachusetts. His first record was called, "Colin Fitz". It sold one million copies. He died one week after his second album: "Missing Animals" was released. Rumors spread that “Vics and Tims” would be the Colin Fitz Band's last album and the group was splitting up, however the record was never released. Colin was last seen alive at a Starbucks. Due to the unfortunate coincidence of his death occurring on 9/11, his passing went largely unnoticed by the media. He is survived by his wife, Justice Fitz and their pet iguana - Dave.
Jason Downs has released two albums on Jive Records, White Boy With a Feather and The Spin. He has also released "White Boy With a Feather", "Revenue", "Cherokee", "Trippin'", "Shut Up (Let's Hook Up)", and the remake of the Harry Chapin classic, "Cat's in the Cradle" as CD singles. As a music artist he appeared in many British variety shows including: Top of the Pops, CD:UK, Mtv and The Big Breakfast. As an actor he has appeared in a number of films, including: HAIRSPRAY, CLARA'S HEART, RACING DAYLIGHT, GOSPEL HILL and the upcoming FESTIVAL OF LIGHT. (Jason Downs at imdb.com)
Matthew Puckett is an American composer, songwriter, and music producer. He is best known for the theme song, “So Much to Say” and music for the critically acclaimed series, “Hopkins” and “I Can’t Believe I’m Still Single.” He is currently producing and writing with several artists including Elizabeth Gillies, Jess Furman, SpaceHeat, Cathy Heller, and Kyler England. Matthew is the owner of Fader 5 Studio in Los Angeles, California. (Matthew Puckett at imdb.com)
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