Bed & Breakfast
In this charming romantic comedy of errors, Jake Sullivan (Dean Cain, Out of Time, Futuresport, ABCs Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman) who recently inherited a small bed and breakfast in California wine country is the almost ex-husband of movie star Amanda Cox (Kimberly Quinn, End Game). Unfortunately, while he still loves her, Amandas on the way to town with divorce papers. In Rio, Ana Villanova (award-winning Brazilian actress Juliana Paes) is struggling to sort out her complicated life. Engaged to a beach bum, her loser half-brother is in trouble with the mob and her father dies leaving her liable for a mountain of debt. When Ana discovers the deed to now-valuable U.S. property among her fathers effects, shes sure its the answer to her dilemma. Only problem is its the same property Jake thinks he inherited. With a lawyer pal in tow posing as her husband (Julian Stone When in Rome, Eragone), the sultry urbanite arrives in the dusty country town of Webster to claim whats rightfully hers. Sparks soon fly but a sour grapes dispute might just turn into a happy accident. Also starring Eric Roberts (The Expendables, The Dark Knight), John Savage (The Thin Red Line, The Deer Hunter), Julia Duffy (Intolerable Cruelty, CBS Newhart) and Bill Engvall (Blue Collar Comedy Tour).
Fabio Golombek oversees all FJP productions in the United States since 2002. Fabio, as the president of FJ Productions, coordinates a number of programs such as The Hollywood News Report TV (HBO and syndication), Hollywood News in 3D (Sky and Orange), As Ultimas de Hollywood (SONY Entertainment), Hollywood Buzz (TNT) and 2 seasons of Hollywood Uncut. Since 2010, he has produced Bed and Breakfast, a feature film starring Dean Cain and Juliana Paes which was distributed worldwide, The Brazilian (Mariel Hemingway, Dean Cain & F.Machado) and co-produced Open Road. He is currently in production of Like Sunday, Like Rain (Written and directed by Frank Whaley), El Camino and Arigo. He is also the executive producer of the award winning show Planeta Brasil (TV Globo International), and producer of shows such as Shape Up (Fox), Shop the World, Martial Arts 360 and Zen Zone. Fabio is a member of the Producers Guild of America PGA, IDA and NALIP.
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A successful businessman for over 20 years, he has produced the feature films Bed and Breakfast (with Dean Cain and Juliana Paes), Open Road (Andy Garcia, Juliette Lewis and Camila Belle), more recently The Brazilian. Uri had also produced the award winning films Predilection and I Love Candy. He is recently overseeing the development of a series of features including Arigo (Alan Arkin), El Camino (written and directed by Ted Melfi) and Like Sunday, Like Rain (Written and directed by Frank Whaley).
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WRITER AND DIRECTOR
Marcio GarciaMarcio has made the transition from actor to director in a big way. His dramatic film entitled ‘Predilection’ earned him the Best Up and Coming Director award at Newport Film Festival. Marcio has acted in over 200 episodes of soap operas and mini-series. He began his career in 1983 as a television host and hasn’t looked back. As a working actor in Brazil he learned a great deal about capturing the audience’s attention.
Juliana Paes, model and actress, was born in Rio Bonito, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Graduated with a degree in advertising from the Universidade Estácio de Sá, she became nationally known for her performances in soap operas of Rede Globo and for her beauty. Her first appearance on television was in 2000, when she played “Ritinha” in the soap opera “Laços de Família”. Since then, she never stopped acting. In 2001 she played the role of “Karla” in “O Clone” soap opera and “Rosinha” in the mini serie “A Casa das Sete Mulheres”. In 2002 she participated on the well-known series “Sitio do Pica-Pau Amarelo” playing Jurema. In 2003, for the most part, she had a TV role. She played “Jaqueline Joy” in the soap opera “Celebridade”, “Teiniguá” in the mini serie “A Casa das Sete Mulheres” and has also participated in the serie “Os Normais” playing “Marialva”. In 2005 Juliana starred her first feature film, “Mais Uma Vez Amor” playing the character “Lia”. During that year, she also played “Creusa” in the soap opera “América” and participated in the mini serie “Levando a Vida” playing the character of “Grace”. In 2006 Juliana played “Gui” in the soap opera “Pé na Jaca” and had a small appearance in the feature “Seus problemas Acabaram”. 2007 was also a successful year Juliana. She participated in two mini series, “Dicas de um Sedutor” playing “Vera Lúcia” and “Toma Lá, Dá Cá” playing “Suellen”, had her second feature film “A Casa da Mãe Joana” playing the role of “Dolores Sol”, she also started a theater work called “Os Produtores” playing “Ulla” and had a appearance in the soap opera “Duas Caras” . In 2008 she played “Maíra Carvalho” in the soap opera “A Favorita” and dubbed the character “Mestre Tigresa” at the Kung Fu Panda Film. Her last work on television was the role of Maya, on a Gloria Perez soap opera called “India – A Love Story”, which won an International Emmy Award in 2009. She was considered one of one hundred most influential Brazilians in 2009 by Época Magazine. She also won the 2010 Highlight of the Year Award of Quem Magazine, the Internet Trophy 2010 and the Qualidade Brasil Award 2009 as best actress and the 2009 Person of the Year by Isto É Gente Magazine. Juliana also starred in many commercial campaigns, such as Antarctica, Colorama, Hope, Garnier, Havaianas, Arezzo, Vivara and more.
Dean Cain was born Dean George Tanaka; July 31, 1966 is an American actor. He is most widely known for his role as Clark Kent/Superman in the popular American television series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. Cain was born as Dean George Tanaka in Mount Clemens, Michigan, the son of actress Sharon Sarah Thomas and U.S. Army serviceman Roger Tanaka, who left the family before he was born. In 1969, Cain's mother married film director Christopher Cain, who adopted Dean and his brother (musician Roger Cain), and the family moved to Malibu, California. The couple later had a daughter, Dean's half-sister, actress Krisinda Cain. Dean has a son named Christopher Dean Cain (b. June 11, 2000) with former girlfriend and Playboy Playmate Samantha Torres. His son is named after his stepfather, film director Christopher Cain. Cain graduated from Princeton in 1988 with a BA in History; his senior thesis was titled "The History and Development of the Functions of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences”. Immediately after graduating, Cain signed on as a free agent with the Buffalo Bills, an NFL football team, but a knee injury during training camp ended his football career before it began. With little hope of returning to sports, he turned to screenwriting and then acting, shooting dozens of commercials and appearing on popular television shows like Grapevine, A Different World and Beverly Hills, 90210. In 1993, Cain took on his biggest role to date as Superman in the television series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. At the height of its popularity it would bring in an average of at least 15 million viewers per episode. The series ran for four seasons, ending in 1997. In 1998, Cain started the Angry Dragon Entertainment production company, which produced the TBS Superstation television series Ripley's Believe It or Not!. He has also starred in several films, including The Broken Hearts Club (2000), Out of Time (2003) and Bailey's Billion$ (2004) (co-starred Laurie Holden, Jennifer Tilly, and Tim Curry). In 2004, he portrayed Scott Peterson in the fact-based made for television movie The Perfect Husband: The Laci Peterson Story. He has also appeared in a recurring role as Casey Manning in the television series Las Vegas. Recently, Cain made a return to the Superman franchise, with a special guest role in a seventh season episode of Smallville as the immortal Dr. Curtis Knox. He's #33 on VH1's 40 Hottest Hotties of the '90s. Cain has also made an appearance in the new comical Internet Explorer 8 commercials.
Engvall William Ray "Bill" Engvall, Jr. born July 27, 1957 is an American comedian best known for his work as a stand-up comic and as a member of the Blue Collar Comedy group. In 2007 TBS began airing his sitcom The Bill Engvall Show. He has released multiple comedy albums on Warner Bros. Records as well. Engvall was born in Galveston, Texas. He attended Richardson High School in Richardson, Texas. He attended Southwestern University in George town. He left college, though, to pursue a career in the world of comedy. Engvall began his career on the sitcom Designing Women. He hit his first big break when he went on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, and from there won the American Comedy Awards Comic of the Year. He then joined the cast of Delta Burke's self-titled series Delta, which lasted for one year. He then began producing his own albums. Before becoming a well-known comedian, Engvall joined the popular talent show Star Search. Engvall toiled in relative obscurity for several years until he turned his most famous routine, "Here's Your Sign," into a song by country music star Travis Tritt. The routine involves Bill offering signs (Which read "I'm stupid") to people to identify them as foolish upon them asking a redundant or obvious question. This song was later redone as a Christmas version. He has appeared on The Jeff Foxworthy Show alongside best friend and fellow comic Jeff Foxworthy, with whom he starred in the hit film Blue Collar Comedy Tour (as well as its sequels and spin-off TV show). In the films and TV shows, Engvall performed his standup alongside Foxworthy, Ron White, and Larry the Cable Guy. He has also guest starred on the TNT series Leverage. Engvall will host the 2011 revival of GSN's game show series Lingo. Overall, Engvall has released eight comedy albums, seven on Warner Bros. Records and one on BNA Records. His debut, Here's Your Sign, is certified platinum by the RIAA, while 1998's Dorkfish is certified gold.
Julian Stone was born 31 December 1962 in Hockley, He is an English actor. He is best known for his role as Jerry Jacks on the popular soap opera General Hospital from April 1998 until December 1999. Stone also portrayed vampire Barnabas Collins in a 1988 Off-Broadway play of Dark Shadows. He also played Derek Hammond in the 2002 teen movie, When in Rome. In October 2003, Stone took over for Justin Carroll as David Hastings on Passions while Carroll was on paternity leave. He has been married to Barbara Blatz since 1987 and have two children together. An award-winning actor, Julian was born on the south coast of England and has appeared on the stage in London, New York and many regional venues. Most recently, he appeared in the West Coast premiere of Man from Nebraska, directed by William Friedkin. He now lives in Los Angeles and works extensively in television and film. He has guest-starred on many popular TV shows including Out of Practice, Columbo, Mad About You, Lois and Clark, Baywatch and ER, and played Jerry Jacks in the Emmy-winning cast of the ABC soap, General Hospital. He starred in When In Rome with the Olsen twins (which made him a big hit with his two young daughters!), National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation 2 with Randy Quaid and Ed Asner, and Black Dawn with Steven Seagal. Apart from his extensive voice-over work, especially in popular video games, he has lately been popping up on TV in national commercials for Cingular, Hyatt and Clorox. In 1988, he starred in an off-Broadway adaptation of DS, playing vampire Barnabas Collins. The play was based on just one storyline from Dark Shadows -- telling how Barnabas became a vampire. (The TV series lasted four years and also spawned two feature film adaptations)
Renowned actress Zilah Mendoza has performed nationally originating lead roles such as Ana in Lisa Loomer’s hit Living Out, Matilde in Sara Rhul’s Pulitzer nominated The Clean House, and Electricidad in Luis Alfaro’s adaptation of Electra, Electricidad featured on the cover of American Theatre Magazine. She has garnered national recognition for her New York performances, receiving an OBIE, a Garland, a Lortel nod, and other awards for her portrayal of Ana. The Daily Variety raves, “Zilah Mendoza as Ana is an absolute winner. Her comic and dramatic timing exquisitely precise” and “Zilah rips through her role as the demented hate driven Electricidad with complete abandon. The New Yorker called Zilah’s performance in Living Out "excellent and touching". She has appeared in Living Out (Off Broadway at second Stage and at the Mark Taper forum), Breakfast Lunch and Dinner (Oregon Shakespeare Festival) , Black Butterfly (Taper Two), The Clean House (Yale Repertory Theater), Electricidad(Mark Taper Forum), and numerous other credits at Theaters in Los Angeles, New York and Regionally; recently featured on the Cover of American Theater magazine. Awards: Obie award for Best lead Actress in Living Out; also nominated for Ovation, Lucille Lortel and Outer critics Circle Awards as well as receiving several DramaLogue/ Back Stage West awards. TV/film; recurring roles on Reba, Mad TV and the King of Queens; guest starring roles on 24, Grey’s Anatomy, The Closer, Law and Order, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Nip/Tuck and many others. Teaching credits: Oregon Shakespeare Festival School Visit Program, Virginia Avenue Project, TeAda’s Fall/Summer workshop , Malawi Children’s Village (Africa) and most recently she is continually working in Native American communities throughout the United States and Canada with MAPP ( Mentor Artists Playwrights Project.)
John Savage born John Youngs; August 25, 1950 is an American film actor, producer, productions manager, and composer. His first major film role was as Steven in the 1978 film, The Deer Hunter, the story of a group of Russian American steel workers during the Vietnam War. One of his most famous roles was as Claude Bukowski in the film Hair (1979). He had a brief role in Terrence Malick's war epic, The Thin Red Line. In more recent years he has been seen on the small as well as the big screen. He was the recurring character of Donald Lydecker in the first and second seasons of Dark Angel and portrayed Captain Ransom in the two part episode "Equinox" from Star Trek: Voyager. Another recurring role found him as Henry Scudder in the HBO-produced television series Carnivàle. In 2005, he appeared on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. He lent his voice to a monologue on the title track of the album, This Town, by Steve Smith of Dirty Vegas (album released February 18, 2008). In September 2009, he appeared in the second episode of Season 2 of the Fox network drama Fringe. In the late 1970's, he also appeared on Broadway in David Mamet's play, "American Buffalo" with Robert Duval. Savage was born in Old Bethpage, New York, the son of Muriel, a homemaker, and Floyd Youngs, who worked in insurance sales. His sisters are Boston-based radio and television personality Robin Youngand actress Gail Youngs. His brother is actor Jim Youngs. He is also the father of actress/singer Jennifer Youngs and her brother Lachlan. He has a grandson, Zolan Kanno-Youngs.
Eric Anthony Roberts was born in Biloxi, Mississippi in April 18, 1956. His career began with King of the Gypsies (1978), earning a Golden Globe nomination for best actor debut. He starred as the protagonist in the 1980 dramatisation of Willa Cather's 1905 short story, Paul's Case. He earned both a Golden Globe and Academy Award nomination for his supporting role in Runaway Train (1985). Through the 1990s and 2000s he maintained dramatic film and TV-movie roles while appearing in TV series. His television work includes three seasons with the sitcom Less Than Perfect and a recurring role on the NBC drama Heroes. His sisters Julia Roberts and Lisa Roberts Gillan, and daughter Emma Roberts, are also actors.
Theodore William "Ted" Lange born January 5, 1948 is an American actor, director, and screenwriter best known for his role as the bartender, Isaac Washington, in the 1970s TV series The Love Boat. Born in Oakland, California, Lange attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Lange was a cast member of the musical Hair. His first screen appearance was in the documentary film Wattstax in 1973. After appearing in the film Black Belt Jones in 1974, he portrayed Junior on the series That's My Mama before landing the role of the ship's bartender, Isaac on The Love Boat in 1977. After the series ended in 1986, Lange appeared in various films and guest roles on 227, "The Cleveland Show" Glitch!, Evening Shade, Scrubs, Drake & Josh, The King of Queens, and Psych. In addition to his film and television work, Lange has also done extensive theater work. He made his Broadway debut in 1968 in the musical Hair. He also performed in a one-man show, Behind the Mask: An Evening with Paul Laurence Dunbar. Lange has been married to wife Sheryl Thompson since 1978. The couple have two children, Ted IV and Turner Wallace Lange. His mother is Geraldine Lange, who was a personal secretary to a San Francisco mayor and was public affairs director of KBHK-TV in San Francisco in the early 1970s. She also hosted television programs on KBHK-TV During the run of The Love Boat, Lange also served as director and screenwriter on various episodes of the series. In 1977, he wrote the screenplay for the 1977 drama Passing Through, starring Cora Lee Day and Marla Gibbs. In 1999, Lange directed two episodes of The Love Boat: The Next Wave, the UPN series based on The Love Boat. He also directed episodes of Moesha, Dharma & Greg, and Eve. In 2008, he directed the drama For Love of Amy. Lange has also done extensive theater work as playwright and stage director. He has penned seventeen plays including George Washington's Boy, a historical drama about the relationship between the first president and his favorite slave and the comedy Lemon Meringue Facade. For his work theater directing, Lange received the NAACP's Renaissance Man Theatre Award, the Heroes and Legends HAL Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Dramalogue Award. Lange has also been the recipient of the James Cagney Directing Fellow Scholarship Award from the American Film Institute along with the Paul Robeson Award from Oakland's Ensemble Theatre.
Born 31 December 1962 in Hockley, He is an English actor. He is best known for his role as Jerry Jacks on the popular soap opera General Hospital from April 1998 until December 1999. Stone also portrayed vampire Barnabas Collins in a 1988 Off-Broadway play of Dark Shadows. He also played Derek Hammond in the 2002 teen movie, When in Rome. In October 2003, Stone took over for Justin Carroll as David Hastings on Passions while Carroll was on paternity leave. He has been married to Barbara Blatz since 1987 and have two children together. An award-winning actor, Julian was born on the south coast of England and has appeared on the stage in London, New York and many regional venues. Most recently, he appeared in the West Coast premiere of Man from Nebraska, directed by William Friedkin. He now lives in Los Angeles and works extensively in television and film. He has guest-starred on many popular TV shows including Out of Practice, Columbo, Mad About You, Lois and Clark, Baywatch and ER, and played Jerry Jacks in the Emmy-winning cast of the ABC soap, General Hospital. He starred in When In Rome with the Olsen twins (which made him a big hit with his two young daughters!), National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation 2 with Randy Quaid and Ed Asner, and Black Dawn with Steven Seagal. Apart from his extensive voice-over work, especially in popular video games, he has lately been popping up on TV in national commercials for Cingular, Hyatt and Clorox. In 1988, he starred in an off-Broadway adaptation of DS, playing vampire Barnabas Collins. The play was based on just one storyline from Dark Shadows -- telling how Barnabas became a vampire. (The TV series lasted four years and also spawned two feature film adaptations)
Rodrigo Lombardi Maranguape was born Sao Paulo, October 15, 1976. He is a Brazilian actor. In 1999, he starred in the Grupo Tapa, one of the most important theater groups in Brazil. His first role was as child actor in the show Jack and the Beanstalk, before debuting on television in the novel My Sweet Orange Tree, TV Bandeirantes. In the theater, among other pieces, served on Mandrake (2004) and Richard III (2006). Lombardi had the first role on TV Globo in 2006, the soap opera Foot in Jaca, as Thaddeus, brother of actor Lance, in 2007, the novel Forbidden, as the journalist scoundrel Cyrus, and in 2009, the novel Passage to India, as Raj, his first protagonist. In 2009, before being confirmed in front of the title role of Passage to India, his name came to be considered for the cast of the miniseries Maysa - Spellbound, but the paper ended up with Matthew Solano. In 2010, it can be seen again in primetime on the skin of Mauro, a protagonist of the novel Passione. He is married to makeup artist Betty Baumgarten and the union in 2008, Rafael was born.
Marcos Pasquim (born Marcos Fábio Prudente on June 14, 1969 in Sao Paulo) is a Brazilian actor. He began acting in theater in the second version of the play Blue Jeans in 1992. In 1995, he was invited to join the cast of “Cara ou Coroa”, a Rede Globo soap opera that marked his first role in television. In 2000 he played the role of “Casimiro” in the soap opera “Uga-Uga”. And after that role, he began a long and productive partnership with author Carlos Lombardi. They worked together several times, and one of their works is “O Quinto dos Infernos” which Pasquim was the protagonist. Later, in “Kubanacan”, he played the mysterious “Esteban”.