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Uri Singer

Executive Producer & Producer
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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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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Brian Brightly

After receiving a Bachelor of Arts in English at Taylor University and graduating with a Master of Fine Arts in Film/Screenwriting from the University of Miami, in 1992, Brian interned at National Public Radio in Washington, D.C., developed T.V. documentaries for Palmetto Broadcasters, and joined Channel 2/WPBT in Miami, Florida. He began his development career in Hollywood at Caravan Pictures, and then worked in post-production on the film, Benny and Joon. He joined the Story Analysts Union as a studio reader. Since then, he has been instrumental in the analysis and project development of many mainstream films, including The Break-Up, Jarhead, Children of Men, Bourne Ultimatum, Atonement, Cowboys & Aliens, and I Am Number 4 (contributing as story analyst and creative consultant to Fox, Disney, Paramount, Warner Brothers, Universal Pictures and Dreamworks). Brightly is co-Producing Whirlwind, by Don Rhymer, with Paul Schiff, and King Of The Screw Ups, by Kelly Going, with Tracey Trench. He is Associate Producer on Ironclad, and wrote Homerun. He’s also adapting Saul Bellow’s Herzog. Brightly wrote and directed Liars All, with Sara Paxton and Matt Lanter, his feature debut. Liars All premiered in the U.S. and abroad, Summer 2012. Brightly now directs MAN CAMP (a.k.a. Man Up) with an estimated release date of December 2012.


Fernanda Machado is a Brazilian film, television, and stage actress. She was the female lead in Elite Squad (2007), a Brazilian film that won Best Picture in the Berlin Film Festival 2007. She also has worked on several international distributed TV series through TV Globo including Insensato Coração (2011), Caras e Bocas (2009-10), Queridos Amigos (2008), and movies such as Inesquecivel (2007), Flordelis (2009) and Amanhã Nunca Mais (2011).
Greg Tuculescu is best know as that guy who farted in the movie I Love You, Man, and that guy who got to rub noses with Ellie Kemper in Bridesmaids. Greg is a comedian and improviser who has worked with the UCB Theater in Los Angeles and New York since 2004. A founding member of the sketch comedy group Quiet Library, Greg has written and performed in over 40 comedic shorts that have garnered more than 20 million views on YouTube alone. He has co-stared in the NBC hit series 30 Rock, The Office, and Community. Greg currently resides in LA where he co-directs the monthly UCB sketch show "Sketch Cram." He also holds degrees in English and Italian Literature from Rutgers College and his last name is pronounced too-koo-less-koo.
Scott is an actor, improviser, writer, musician and all around cool guy from the distant lands of Orange County. He found a home at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in Los Angeles and has spent most of the last 5 years performing there. His film work includes FREAKDANCE (where he plays a corn-rowed singing drug dealer), WIFED OUT (of which he is the Lead), and THE MASTER (PT ANDERSON'S new film). His TV credits include: Best Friends Forever (NBC), Funnyordie Presents on HBO, The Late, Late Show w/Craig Ferguson, Reno 911!, Players, and The OC. He has also shot well over 100 digital shorts, most of which can be seen on Scott is an accomplished musician, playing guitar and drums and writing songs with his two bands Cousins and The Cotillionaires. He is also the resident drummer for The Paul F. Thompkins Show, which runs monthly at Largo. Scott is currently writing and developing a film entitled THE CALL that he will direct and star in alongside his Fiancee Kat Foster.
Originally from San Francisco, California, Zibby Allen studied and performed at the esteemed American Conservatory Theatre where she was an original cast member of the esteemed New Plays Program. In Los Angeles, Zibby originated the part of Zellie Cross in the stage version of Waiting for Ophelia and reprised her role when it became an independent feature, executive produced by and starring Yeardley Smith. On television, Zibby recurs on ABC's hit drama, Grey's Anatomy. She also appeared as a recurring character on the CBS sitcom, $#*! My Dad Says starring William Shatner. Other television credits include Without a Trace, Days of Our Lives, Eight Days a Week, and Disney's A.N.T. Farm.
Mary-Bonner Baker was born in Houston, TX and raised in Washington, D.C. She arrived in LA after journeys through London and New York, working in theater and independent film. She has appeared in numerous films and television shows, most notably as one of Charlie Wilson’s ace secretaries in Charlie Wilson’s War with Tom Hanks, and as a Florida state attorney on a mission in HBO’s Emmy-Winning Recount. Her TV work includes shows such as Big Love and Criminal Minds. Mary-Bonner has also worked extensively in commercials, appearing in over twenty national spots. In her free time, she can be found singing around L.A. with her band, Bandito Royale.
Kate Siegel was born in Washington, DC. She received her BFA in theater from Syracuse University. She studied under Mark Rylance at Shakespeare's Globe Theater in London. Back stateside, her theatrical performances at the Washington Shakespeare Theater, The Folger Theater, and Washington Shakespeare Company earned her rave reviews. She moved to Los Angeles and has been seen in television (Numb3rs, Castle, Ghost Whisperer) and film (Steam, Wedding Day, Towards Darkness), as well as award-winning theater. Kate was nominated for an Ovation award in 2009 and an LA Weekly award in 2010. She can currently be seen on the SONY series The Unknown.
Jonathan Slavin was raised in a small suburb of Wilkes-Barre Pennsylvania. A weird, shy misfit, Jonathan found his voice at 14 when he was cast in his first play. He left Pennsylvania at 17 and spent the next three years traveling, studying and performing in New England, upstate New York and Oxford. Finally landing in New York, Jonathan performed in some truly terrible theater, before being cast as the sexually confused protagonist of The Best of Schools, at Ubu Repertory Theater. From there he moved to Lincoln Center and then Broadway in Wendy Wassestein's play The Sisters Rosensweig. After a brief sojourn to Dallas, Texas to do Six Degrees of Separation (a production that was cited by the Dallas Vice Squad) he moved to Los Angeles to star as the young Larry Kramer in the West Coast premiere of The Destiny of Me. He started working in television and after a string of "insert occupation here" guy roles (Flower Delivery Guy, Fish and Chips Guy, Computer Tech Guy, you get the picture) landed a memorable turn as "Ice Cream Guy" on Caroline in the City, and has been lucky to have worked in television since. He has since appeared as a series regular on Better Off Ted, Andy Richter Controls the Universe and Union Square. He has recurred on many shows, including My Name is Earl, Better With You, Summerland, Inconceivable, and Wings. Recent notable guest stars include The Finder, Castle, Suburgatory, Raising Hope, Grey's Anatomy, Weeds, and Bones. He has appeared in such films as Dirty Girl, Hard Pill, A Cinderella Story, Grand Theft Parsons, Free Enterprise, Race to Witch Mountain, and the award winning My Mother's Hairdo. Personally, Jonathan is a longtime activist. He has dedicated much of his life to animal rights and is a confirmed vegan and animal rescuer. Additionally he has marched in more LGBT rights parades than he can count, and has twice participated in the California Aids Ride, a nearly six hundred mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles raising funds for Aids/HIV services provided by the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center.
Skyler Stone is a Los Angeles based actor, comedian and writer. He has been on The Late Show w/ Craig Ferguson, Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen, and Comedy Central's Premium Blend. He has headlined in over 40 cities and 5 different countries and has opened for Jay Mohr, Damon Wayans, Christopher Titus, Dane Cook and Dave Attell. He had his own show on Comedy Central when he was only 25 years old called CON that he wrote, executive produced, and starred in. The show has found a cult following online and bootlegs of it are distributed frequently. In 2007, Skyler wrote, executive produced and starred in a prank show called Skyler's Revolution for FOX and in the same year he was nominated for an MTV Movie Award for Best Short Film for a short that he directed. Many top directors have cast Skyler in supporting roles in the last few years (Sir Christopher Guest, the Farrelly Brothers, Michael Bay, and Roger Avary to name a few). He has done guest stars on Rules Of Engagement, The Mentalist, CSI:NY, Dollhouse, Dark Blue, Bones, The Defenders, Zeke And Luther, and Lost. He has been the host of two Cartoon Network shows, two MTV shows and hosts his own live comedy show every month in LA at the Hollywood Improv called Skyler Stone & People He Pretends Are His Friends (it is one of their top-selling shows). Most remember him from his role as one of the cooks in the feature Waiting, he played opposite Dane Cook, Ryan Reynolds and Luis Guzman in his kitchen scenes. Skyler starred in his first leading role in a film called Housebroken with Danny Devito. He has also just been cast in his first lead recurring role in a prime time network scripted series as well, the project is called Raising Hope for FOX (from My Name Is Earl creator Greg Garcia). This year he shot his own pilot for FUEL TV called Follow Skyler (he was the star, creator, executive producer and head writer).
Alex Weed was born and raised in Menlo Park, CA. After college at UC Santa Cruz, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his acting career. His first major job was the lead role in the film MIX that shot for 6 weeks in Budapest. Since then he has been acting consistently in film, television, commercials, and theater. Notable television credits include CRIMINAL MINDS, CSI:NY, PRETTY LITTLE LIARS, HOUSE, and more.
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. 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.
Hemingway's first role was with her sister Margaux in the film Lipstick (1976). The movie was not considered especially good, but Mariel received notice for her acting and was nominated as "Best Newcomer" for the Golden Globes Award that year. Hemingway's most famous role was in Woody Allen's Manhattan (1979), a romantic comedy in which she plays Tracy, a high school student and Allen's lover. Only sixteen during filming (within the film she is said to be Seventeen), she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. In Personal Best (1982), she played a bisexual track and field athlete in a film noted for some explicit (by mainstream standards) lesbian love scenes. In connection with Personal Best, she appeared in a pictorial in the April 1982 issue of Playboy and was also on the cover. She starred as Dorothy Stratten in Star 80 (1983), a film about the Playboy model's life and murder. Reports circulated for years that Hemingway had had her breasts enlarged to play the role of Stratten, but during a 2007 appearance on the late-night talk and variety show, Fashionably Late with Stacy London, she said she had had the surgery before Star 80. Her breast implants were removed years later after they had ruptured. Hemingway was also featured in Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987) as Lacy Warfield. Subsequently released additional footage showed an expansion of her role. It was released in a very rough edit with unfinished visual effects in a November 2006 deluxe edition DVD and as part of The Superman Ultimate Collector's Edition. She also co-starred in the 1991-93 ABC series Civil Wars. Hemingway has played a lesbian or bisexual woman in several films and television shows, including, Personal Best, The Sex Monster, In Her Line of Fire, and episodes of the TV series "Roseanne" ("Don't Ask, Don't Tell" and "December Bride") and Crossing Jordan. Hemingway, however, is not gay. She has said she formed a "big connection with the gay-and-lesbian community" after Personal Best and enjoys taking roles in "cutting-edge" productions.