Actress Lisa Ann Walter‘s film career highlights include stand-out performances as Chessy in “The Parent Trap” with Dennis Quaid and Bobbie in “Shall We Dance” opposite Richard Gere. Other blockbuster films include “Bruce Almighty” with Jim Carrey and Jennifer Aniston, Steven Spielberg’s “War of the Worlds” with Tom Cruise and the Lionsgate action comedy, “Killers” where she enjoyed stunt-driving a Mustang and shooting a glock at Ashton Kutcher. Other Films include “Drillbit Taylor” with Owen Wilson, “Eddie” with Whoopi Goldberg and “The Trouble With Dee Dee”, which garnered 6 Festival Best Actress Awards for her starring role opposite Kurtwood Smith. Recently Walter can be seen co-starring in numerous independent features including “Feels So Good” and “Dependent’s Day”, “LA Spinster” and “You Can’t Have It”.
Walter co-created, produced and starred in several sitcoms; Fox’s “My Wildest Dreams” and ABC’s “Life’s Work”. Other favorite roles; Executive News Producer Rachel Glass on the critically acclaimed series, “Breaking News” and guest starring on “Nip/Tuck”, “Curb Your Enthusiasm”, “Rizzoli & Isles” and enjoys her recurring role on “The Exes” and “The Odd Couple” on CBS. Walter is the creator, executive producer & head judge of the international hit dance weight loss competition “Dance Your Ass Off” formatted in over a dozen countries. She also Executive Produced and wrote the stand up special “The Naughty Show” and co-created, produced and directed the web/on-demand chick stunting series “Gonzo Girlz” and directed “MediaGate 2008” & “Celebulite”.
For the past several years, Walter has concentrated her talents on writing. Her comedic memoir, “The Best Thing About My Ass Is That It’s Behind Me” (Harper Collins/Harper One) was #12 on the NY Times and Amazon Bestseller lists for comedy. The content inspired a half hour series, currently in development. Her feature script, “TCB, Baby” is in pre-production.
As with most 21st century women, Pamela Watson has mastered the talent of multitasking. For Pamela that means playing the roles of Lifestyle Trend Expert, Celebrity Fashion Stylist, Childrens-Wear Designer and Mother. A staple in the hip hop and R&B community since 2000, Pamela created her fashion stylist company BUILDERS OF STYLE CORP in that same year.
Pamela has taught many aspiring stylists-to-be how to become great at their craft. Watson has broadened her horizons by lending her fashion savvy to varied mediums in entertainment: advertising campaigns for Pepsi, Jeep, Corona, Colgate, Amtrak, Revlon and Reebok, just to name a few; commercials, fashion magazine editorials, music videos and countless red carpet award shows.
Pamela has further expanded her brand by commentating and styling fashion shows for major department stores across the country. She gives fashion expert advice for several well-known publications/blogs like LIFE & STYLE, WomenWorking and on the air commentary for NEW YORK LIVE on NBC. Pamela has her own blog FashFamFoo highlighting FASHION, FAMILY & FOOD through her perspectives as a mother, fashionista and food/wine enthusiast.
Everyday Watson continues her balancing act as a modern day Wonder Woman, pushing her passion and ability to new heights. The only thing needed to complete this picture is her invisible jet.
Andre Gordon was born in Saint Andrew, Jamaica and grew up in Miami, Florida. He is a alumni of the BFA program at Florida State University, He is an actor working with UTA, CAA and Flick Commercials. Gordon is President and C.E.O of 4Horsemen FIlms. In 2015 Andre Gordon and the cast of “Jungle Bunch” won the International Emmy Award for best Kids Animation Show. Gordon and John Lithgow are the leads.
Andre has been successfully producing, acting, writing and directing for 15 years. He has worked theatrically in both film and television, which includes guest appearances on: “Raising Hope”, “Haunted Hathaways”, “MAD TV”, “Campus Ladies”, “Scrubs”, “Phineas and Ferb” and “Zoey 101” along with the features “Old School”, “Like Mike”, and “SWAT”. He has produced films starring Michael Clarke Duncan, Vinnie Jones and Brian Austin Green. He has created TV series starring the Legend Jerry Rice, and has directed greats such as James Caan, Armand Assante Ed Begley Jr. Your very own Lisa Ann Walter and Kathryn Joosten. He has working relationships with Paramount and Sony. Gordon also is the chair of a Mentorship Program for actors in Hollywood.
He’s been on Broadway, performed standup comedy for four US Presidents, and guest starred with recurring acting roles on network TV, performed solo television specials, hosted/produced reality television, a WGA scribe of film and sitcoms, award-winning producer, a best selling author…but who IS Craig Shoemaker?
Craig began his showbiz career doubling as a bartender and comedy emcee, while putting himself through Temple University in his hometown of Philadelphia, before taking his talents to Tinsel Town in 1988. His first Hollywood break was playing the role (twice) as an entertainment reporter on ABC’s “Matlock”, where he worked alongside his childhood idols, Andy Griffith and Don Knotts. Craig then had the opportunity to guest star as a ghost boxer opposite fellow Philadelphian Will Smith in a special episode of “Fresh Prince of Bel Air”. This was only the beginning of what was followed by several successful TV stand-up specials and numerous co-starring roles in feature films and TV. Now “Dr. Shoe” even has a doctorate degree from Cal U of PA, and his new best selling book, “LoveMaster’d,” critically acclaimed by the likes of Whoopi Goldberg and Dr. Drew Pinsky, is helping people worldwide manage and transform through personal struggles.
Craig’s latest 90-minute standup special, “Daditude”, in which he also served as Executive Producer, aired prime time on SHOWTIME Network. His very first Comedy Central show was voted by viewers as one of the “Top 20″ specials of all time. His second, “Unzipped” aired to mass acclaim and the CD was Billboard Top 20 for six weeks. Summer 2015, he produced and starred in the #1 comedy album on I-Tunes, “The Last Stand (Up)”. Two stand-up bits made it to the all time Top 10 list on XM Radio. Countless standup TV appearances, including two on HBO’s prestigious “Comic Relief”, which he co hosted from New Orleans in 2008.
Voted Elevate Film Festival’s “Best Supporting Actor”, Craig’s film, TV and recording credits are extensive. He recurred as Wilson Gromling, head of the local Pawnee “Liberty or Die Party”, on NBC’s “Parks & Recreation” had a five episode role on “Bold & The Beautiful”, was the film professor inScream 2 and just wrapped co-starring as “Bandit” in the movie, “Middle Man”. A prolific mimic and voiceover artist, Craig’s dead-on impression of Don Knotts and narration was featured in the film “Pleasantville”, and he’s voiced characters in numerous animated series, including lead voices (and title song) for the new cartoon, “Big Foot, Little Foot”. Craig stars in Universal’s cult hit (Stony nominated), “Totally Baked”, which he also wrote and produced, along with producing the follow up Hulu hit, “420 Comedy Hour”. Currently he is producer/writer for a series of animated shorts, “From the Crib” and a feature documentary called “Laughter Heals!” He produced, wrote and starred in the Indy feature, “The LoveMaster”, which won the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival. LHP produced reality pilots, “Straight Eye for the Whipped Guy” and “Chicken Fried Bride”, hosted by Craig as well. Hosting chops were honed on such shows as “Real Funny” on ABC and the game show “My Generation” on VH-1. “Shoe’s” LHP and Really Big Shoe Productions team have over ten shows in development at this time.
Craig’s comedy style has earned him numerous awards, including “Best Male Standup” at the American Comedy Awards on ABC. His work as actor/producer for PRISM, earned Shoemaker 2 NATAS Emmy Awards. Doctor Shoe is passionate about going beyond the comedy, officiating weddings of “HaHa-trimony”, as well as assisting people in mastering love & happiness. In 2003 he founded LaughterHeals.org, a nonprofit group dedicated to using laughter as a healing modality.
But credits, schmedits. Most importantly, Craig is happily married to his wife Mika and is father to three sons, Justin, Jared and Jackson and toddler daughter Chloe! Yes, the LoveMaster has mastered love and success, but a teen friend of his son sums up this performer’s career, when he nervously approached Craig and said, “Mr. Shoemaker, it is so cool you are verified on Twitter.” #Classic
A stage veteran since the age of 8, Rosa Blasi performed in over 40 Chicago theatre productions from “Annie” to “The Vagina Monologues”. A former Miss Chicago and alumni of the Second City Conservatory, Rosa moved to L.A. to pursue her entertainment career and has worked on more than 225 episodes of television. Rosa has guest starred and recurred on episodes of “General Hospital”, “Married With Children”, “Fraiser”, “Becker”, “Drew Carey”, “90210”, “Melrose Place”, “CSI Miami”, “American Dad!”, “Mr. Sunshine”, and “Hot in Clevland”. Film audiences know Rosa for her role as Maria in the Sony blockbuster horror film “The Grudge”.
Most television audiences remember Rosa as Dr. Lu Delgado from the 6 years she spent starring on the Lifetime medical drama, “Strong Medicine”. She followed that series with 3 seasons on the ABC Family hit show “Make It Or Break It”, and is currently filming her 3rd season of the popular Nickelodeon sitcom “The Thundermans”. Rosa has performed stand-up in Los Angeles (Laugh Factory, Comedy Store, L.A. Improv), and wrote her comedic memoir in 2011 published by Harper Collins Jock Itch: Misadventures of a Retired Jersey Chaser. The book details the hilarious and shockingly honest cautionary tale of her former professional athlete “addicition”, and what “not to do in your 20’s”.
Rosa resides in Los Angeles and is the leading douche-ologist in her field.