Scripted / Like Sunday, Like Rain

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Fabio Golombek

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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Uri Singer

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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Frank Whaley

An illustrious career spanning thirty years, critically acclaimed actor, independent film icon, stage veteran, writer/director, Frank Whaley's diverse career includes work in some of the greatest films of our time (Pulp Fiction, Born on the Fourth of July, J.F.K., Field of Dreams) to cult classics (The Doors, The Freshman, Swing Kids, Career Opportunities).  His unlimited range is apparent in unforgettable roles in comedy from Curb Your Enthusiasm to Swimming With Sharks, to dramatic turns in such films as World Trade Center, Broken Arrow, and Hoffa, and in incomparably chilling portrayals in such thrillers as As Good As Dead, and Vacancy.  His work has always been uncompromising and indelibly unique, or as Roger Ebert once referred to him, "The un-label-able Frank Whaley."  Frank can currently be seen in the Showtime series, Ray Donovan, opposite Liev Schreiber and Jon Voight. He made his writing-directorial debut in his own independent film, Joe the King, in 1999, featuring his Doors costar Val Kilmer and longtime friend and colleague Ethan Hawke in starring roles. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and earned Whaley the prestigious Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award. His second film as writer and director, The Jimmy Show, starred Whaley and Carla Gugino. This film also premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Whaley's third film as writer and director, New York City Serenade, starring Chris Klein and Freddie Prinze, Jr., premiered at the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival.


Leighton Meester (Eleanor) began acting at age 11 She has since starred in numerous films including Country Strong, That’s My Boy, and the upcoming, The Judge with Robert Downey Jr. She appeared for ten seasons on the hit program Gossip Girl. She will next be seen on Broadway opposite James Franco in Of Mice and Men.
Bille Joe Armstrong (Dennis) is best known as the lead singer of the iconic and provocative post punk band Green Day. Billie makes his feature film debut in Like Sunday, Like Rain. Armstrong has previously appeared as an actor in the Showtime series Nurse Jackie, and as himself in his hilarious cameo in This is 40.
Debra Messing (Barbara) is well known for her many stage, film, and television appearances. She recently starred in the NBC television series, Smash, and the long-running hit series Will and Grace. She can currently be seen on Broadway in John Patrick Shanley’s Outside Mullingar.
Julian Shatkin (Reggie) makes his screen debut in Like Sunday, Like Rain. He attends public school in New York City, and can also be seen in the upcoming film, Lullaby.