Anthony DiBlasi graduated film school at Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts. And, upon moving to Los Angeles, California, he became a protégé of filmmaker/novelist Clive Barker.
Of course, for all of the “The Walking Dead” fans out there, Christine Evangelista is best remembered for her role as ‘Sherry,’ one of Negan’s many wives.
In addition to being an amazing actor, who is currently working on “Fear Street,” Jeremy Ford is also a writer.
As co-owner of “The Brain Factory,” Jon Schnitzer has created horror attractions and immersive experiences for clients such as Tim Burton, YouTube Red Studios, and TASHCEN Books.
Bobby Naderi was raised by his mother, who was an artist, and he ultimately found his way into the arts in his early twenties.
Dead Talk Live has new guests joining us, and it is the writers/directors Travis Cluff and Christopher Lofing, known for “The Gallows 1 & 2!”
Dominic Burgess was born and raised in Stoke-on-Trent, England, and he was awarded a scholarship at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA) in London, where he studied for three years.
One of Erik Knudsen’s interesting known trademarks is a pair of black converse. He is a Canadian actor, and Erik also portrayed teen tech genius ‘Alec Sadler’ in the Canadian science fiction series “Continuum.”
Lara Vosburgh is an American-Israeli theater/film/television actress and model, and she is a graduate of The Atlantic Acting School.
Kerr Smith began his acting career after attending college, and in a historical instance, his kiss with actor Adam Kaufman on “Dawson’s Creek” (1998) was the first ever gay male kiss on prime time television.