Kane Hodder is the true definition of dichotomy: he is possibly the most beloved horror icon in the film industry, as well as with his millions of fans. Kane towers at 6'3`` and has an intimidating and unforgettable, powerful presence. And a heart of gold.
Kane Hodder has starred in more than 200 films and television shows, as well as being stunt coordinator on hundreds of films. Kane is also a published author.
In the mid 1980's, Kane was performing a stunt that went horribly wrong, leaving him with first and second degree burns over 75% of his body. It was a long and painful road to recovery. He has the word ``Kill!`` tattooed on the back of his bottom lip. He is an avid poker player and often plays celebrity tournaments.
Kane spends much of his time, when he is not filming, working with children in burn centers, as well as with numerous charities. Despite the roles he portrays, Hodder is often described as a very kind, compassionate and generous soul, who truly cares for those who suffer life's cruel blows. He loves and appreciates his fans. Kane also has the most wicked and wonderful comedic timing...a real cut up (pardon the pun!)
Kane Hodder is often compared to legendary film stars such as Vincent Price, Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff.
From preppie journalist to satanic serial killer, Moseley’s taken a long and unusual road to cult stardom, firmly cementing his place in the annals of horror history along the way. Bill has received numerous honors and awards over the years, recognizing his many achievements: Bill was Guest of Honor at the 2006 World Horror Convention; he has won two Spike Awards, two Fangoria Chainsaw Awards, an Eyegore Award, the 2010 Song of the Year Award from the RockSolidPressure radio show for “Stupid Life of A Mom Eater” from Bill’s Spider Mountain album “No Way Down,” the 2011 SyFy/NBC/Universal Fantasy Horror Award for Career Achievement and the 2011 Crypt Icon Award. Bill is also a member of the Fangoria Magazine Horror Hall of Fame.
Brandi Cyrus was born on May 26, 1987 in Nashville, Tennessee, USA. She is an actress, known for 2014 MTV Video Music Awards (2014), The Real Miley Cyrus (2007) and Hannah Montana: Live in London (2007). Brandi also played guitar for her band Frank & Derol and now is an on site correspondent for FUSE TV.
Olivia Alexander (born Olivia Usey; May 17, 1988) is an American actress, singer, and dancer. She has played lead roles in Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader and 30 Nights of Paranormal Activity With the Devil Inside the Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. Four songs from her debut EP 'Its On' were featured in Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader, including the title track 'Attack Attack'. In 2011, Alexander starred in her own pilot, Love Scouts, for the Oxygen network. In 2007, she appeared on MTV Punk'd, Spike TV's Wild World of Spike, and was a finalist on So You Think You Can Dance.
Caitlin Harris was born on August 11, 1989 in Los Angeles, California, USA. She is an actress, known for Messina High, Love Scene and The Vampire Secrets.
Sascha Knopf is an American actress whose break-out performance in MGM’s “What’s the Worst That Could Happen?” as Danny DeVito’s social-climbing mistress put her on the Hollywood map. Knopf went on to land a role in the Farrelly Brothers’ film “Shallow Hal” with Gwynneth Paltrow and Jack Black. In conjunction with the bigger studio films, Sascha can be seen in a wide array of indie films as well. She starred in the short film “Me and Daphne,” which premiered at Sundance. The film was produced by Brett Ratner, and also stars Jeremy Piven, and Simon Rex.
Maxwell Zagorski born in 1988, in Florida, is an American model and actor.
Devon Spence - lives in LA where he is focusing on nourishing an acting career and is currently working on his third indie film. He’s a fantastic model who is passionate about what he does and travels all over the world to represent prestigious brands such at Vogue, Vera Wang and Ralph Lauren
Jake Robinson born and raised in Ohio, where he was introduced to acting in his hometown, Loveland, a suburb of Cincinnati. Jake talented newcomer who has risen quickly in the film and television ranks, having recently been cast in one of the lead roles in the new NBC series ODYSSEY. Jake will be playing the role of social activist Harrison Walters and this innovative global conspiracy drama will be premiering in early 2015.
Margaret Keane Williams
Margaret Keane Williams is an actress and writer, known for Wet Behind the Ears (2013), Cult Logic (2012) and The Girl's Guide to Depravity (2012)
Catherine Blades - moved to New York City from Cedar Rapids, Iowa in 2009 for the Broadway revival of Bye Bye Birdie. Since then she has been featured in productions at the Goodspeed Opera House in East Haddam, CT, and made several television appearances, including a national spot for Vonage. Catherine has a supporting role in the feature film “Hard Sell” and just finished filming the lead role for the 2015 feature film “Cheerleader.
Robert Bogue (born August 27, 1964, Minden, Nebraska) is an American actor, who played A.C. Mallet on Guiding Light from 2005 until the soap's ending in 2009.
He was an original founding member of the New Group Theater Company. Bogue was also the voice of Red Harlow in the video game Red Dead Revolver and the voice of Steven Haines in Grand Theft Auto V.
Ben Schneider originally from Chicago, IL studied at The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA), where he received his B.A. in Acting. Ben made his professional debut in the summer of 2009 at Theatre Building Chicago with ``Girl Detective``. He has such a passion for acting and has been performing since he was 9. Some of Ben's favorite roles while training were Alex Connor (Snowbound), Mr. Lies (Angels In America), and Master Ford (Merry Wives of Windsor). Ben moved to Los Angeles in 2011 and been pursuing a career in film as an actor. He is also an active member of SAG/Aftra.
Kenny Simmons born in Michigan, Ken became a marine, then a professional boxer, celebrity bodyguard. He then moved on to acting and producing. Ken began his acting career in New York City with supporting roles in films such as The Godfather III, Cadillac Man, King of New York, Streets of Gold, The Ambulance, The Last Good Time, The Cowboy Way, and Search and Destroy.