Rudolf Martin

RUDOLF MARTIN (as The Man) With exotic European looks, and a richly distinctive voice, Rudolf Martin has charmed television and film audiences for over 20 years, and used his exceptional acting skills to produce deep, unforgettable performances. A native of West-Berlin, Martin spent his early years studying English and Drama in Paris. In 1990, he moved to New York City, where he perfected his skills in Method Acting at the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute. As a result of his dedication and hard work, Rudolf secured the starring role in Susan Seidelman’s Oscar nominated short film, “The Dutch Master”, a contract on “All My Children”, and a leading role in the Off-Broadway hit comedy, The Food Chain”. It was during this time that Martin developed a penchant for independent films, starring in Lisa Cholodenko’s 1998 Sundance film, “High Art”, and Eric Shaefler’s “Fall”. After moving to Hollywood, Rudolf secured an impressive career, with a 22 episode run as Nickolai Krasnakov, on the critically acclaimed Showtime hit, “Beggers and Choosers”, a starring role in the cult classic, “Dark Prince”, and roles in “Swordfish”,”Bedazzled”, “Punks”, “The Scoundrel’s Wife,” and as Dracula on TV’s “Buffy: TheVampire Slayer”. Martin was featured in the initial episodes of the ground breaking show,”24″, which opened the doors to his international, multi-lingual career, and transported him back to Germany, where he has since been featured in “Lautlos”, “Paparrazo”, “Die Jagd nach der heiligen Lanze”, “Bloodlines”, and “Cry No More”. Rudolf has also been a guest star on the hit series, “CSI Miami”, “Judging Amy”, “Crossing Jordan”, “Stargate SG-1”, “Moonlight”, “CSI”, “Mad Men” and “Dexter”, and starred in several independent shorts, including “Anomie”, “Two Nights”, “The Stand In”, and the AFI award winning Peter Gornstein film, “Sunrise”. Martin’s dark, seductive portrayal of renegade Mossad agent Ari Haswari, on the hit series “NCIS,” captured the attention of fans worldwide, proving his ability to captivate an audience. Rudolf’s two final episodes detailing the hunt for his character (“Kill AriPart 1 & 2”) are the most downloaded of the series on iTunes and Ari has spawned several fanclubs worldwide.Most recently, Rudolf Martin has appeared in Germany as “Bela Kiss”, guest starred in the controversial European production of “Borgia”, as well as on the CW’s, “Nikita”, while continuing to explore cutting edge independent projects in Los Angeles and Europe.

Keith Diamond

KEITH DIAMOND (as Manny Elder) Veteran actor Keith Diamond’s career began in the early 80’s when he appeared as Foxin the Tom Cruise film “All The Right Moves.” Since then Keith has appeared innumerous film and TV roles and is also a well-respected voice-over actor. Feature film roles include parts in the Robert De Niro/Robin Williams film “Awakenings,” “Desperate Measures” with Michael Keaton, “Desert Saints” with Kiefer Sutherland, “Biker Boyz” with Laurence Fishburne, “The Civilization Of Maxwell Bright” with Patrick Warburton and Eric Roberts, and many other films. Keith is probably best known for his TV work, appearing in dozens of network shows and starring in several, including the hit comedy“The Drew Carey Show” as Greg Clemens; “The Cosby Show” as Danny; “Charmed” as Inspector Reece Davidson, and the animated series “Men In Black: The Series” as Jay.

Heather Ankeny

HEATHER ANKENY (as Isabel) Heather began her career on the UPN sitcom, “Abby” alongside Sydney Tamiia Poitier,after the Executive Producer saw her comedic chops in an acting class. She appeared in 7 of the 9 episodes shot, as it was a mid season replacement. In 2004, she starred in the ABC Family Channel pilot, “This Time Around,” in the role originally played by Carly Pope in the TV movie version. She was also nominated for a GLAAD award this summer for her portrayal of a lesbian rabbi on the hit show “Valentine.” In addition to appearances in several other TV shows and features, Heather has appeared in numerous  award-winning commercials, including a spot shot by Academy Award winning DP Robert Elswit. Heather is probably best known to fans of fantasy football. In 2007 she was hired by ESPN to provide fantasy football analysis on a ground breaking show called “Fantasy Football Now.” Heather and the show both won Sports Emmys in the category of “Best New Coverage.” She parlayed that experience into covering the World Series of Poker Main Event in 2009, regularly appearing on ESPN News and Sportscenter. An avid player, she played in the E! Hollywood Hold ‘Em Tournament, beating out Dave Navarro, Shannon Elizabeth, and actor Eric Balfour.

Ines Dali

INES DALI (as Anouk) Born in Zwickau, East Germany, Ines Dali studied architecture at The Technical University of Berlin. While sitting in a cafe, she was approached by producer Madeleine Remy and asked to audition for a part in a TV drama for German television. On a whim, Dali auditioned and booked her first role. The experience drove Dali to whole-heartedly pursue an acting career. She studied acting at “The Method Studio” in London, the former UK branch of Lee Strasberg. Throughout her time in London & the U.K., Ms.Dali starred in a series of successful & critically acclaimed short films, independent films, music videos & commercials. She worked with such acclaimed and award-winning directors as Frank Budgen, Lindy Heyman & Scott Weintrob, to name a few. Frank Budgen chose her to star in a nationwide Charity Campaign for the prestigious British Heart Foundation, a campaign that was broadcast on all major TV channels and intheaters across the country. Dali moved from London to Los Angeles in 2007 and has established an impressive resume of acclaimed American projects, including Portal a Semi-Finalist of 2 prestigious British Film Festivals, and Shadowheart, a period piece that saw her starring opposite acclaimed Scottish actor Angus Macfadyen and William Sadler. She also had the lead role in the critically acclaimed short film Verboten, which has been accepted into 1 international festivals. More recently Ms. Dali starred opposite Tim DeKay and 3-time Emmy Award-winner Barbara Bain in Political Disasters, directed by Zach Horton. She just finished shooting the pilot for The Genesis Files and was cast for a tri-lingual supporting part on the Bourne Identity 4 Video Game.

PATRICK FABIAN (as The Doctor – Los Angeles) Patrick is a native of South Central Pennsylvania and a graduate of Penn State University, where he received a BA in Performance, before getting a Master’s at Cal State University, Long Beach. He works steadily on both coasts and is a veteran of over 75 television shows, many feature films, as well as made-for-TV movies and commercials. Patrick’s television work has been plentiful and diverse, ranging from drama to comedy to actionadventure.Recurring television roles include “Veronica Mars,” “Time of Your Life,””24,” “Valentine,” “Joan of Arcadia,” “The Education of Max Bickford,” and “Saved by the Bell, The College Years”. A few of the television programs he has made guest appearances on are: “Pushing Daisies”, “CSI: Miami”, “Ugly Betty”, “Boston Legal”,”Will & Grace”, “Friends”, “Xena” and many more primetime hit series. Recent guest spots include “The Mentalist”, “Crash” and “Drop Dead Diva”; and he can be seen currently in his second season of HBO’s “Big Love”. In New York he is known for his stage work, collaborating with top playwrights including John Guare, Eric Bogosian, and Nicky Silver; and leading directors like Jerry Zaks, Jo Bonney, like Robert Falls. Recent feature films include “Must Love Dogs”(with Diane Lane), and “Endgame”(with CubaGooding, Jr.), but he is best known for his recent starring role in the Eli Roth produced “The Last Exorcism,” which was the number one film in the country when it opened in Summer 2010.


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