Aaron Hart is the youngest actor to ever win a prestigious SAG Award. He earned the honor for Outstanding Performance in the AMC Drama Series “Mad Men”. Aaron was also nominated for Best Performance in a Series at the Young Artist Awards.
In addition to his work on “Mad Men”, Aaron has also been featured on the CBS shows “Criminal Minds” and “Guiding Light”, as well as the ABC Show “Ghost Whisperer”.
Bhama Roget has been acting in Seattle for over twelve years, and has appeared in some of the best shows to ever grace its stages. She has been seen in several productions at the Seattle Rep, Seattle Children’s Theatre, and the dearly departed Empty Space Theatre. As a standup comedian and improviser, she has performed at the Hollywood Improv, Mbar, Largo, and El Cid in Los Angeles, and performs every first Saturday of the month with the Edge Improv at the playhouse on Bainbridge Island.
She has been seen on Television in “The Fugitive” and on ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy” and can currently be seen on the internet as part of the hit comedy cooking show “Cookus Interruptus”.
James Tobin is a northwest native and began acting in his late 20’s. After a break from the business, James began acting again in1999. Since then, he has devoted himself (and his schedule) entirely to the craft of acting with the support of his patient and lovely wife Lori. His previous credits include “The Last To Remember”, “Soup”, and “Max Rules”. James is also trained in various martial arts and stage combat techniques.
James often refers to his work on the TV show “The Fugitive” as one of his most enjoyable experiences in acting.
Ryan Winfield Thompson
Ryan Winfield Thompson, like us all, is more than one thing. He is a writer, actor, entertainer and a sometimes secret business professional. His life is a Saturday morning adventure serial out of the 1920’s, so you’ll need to be quick if you want to catch him. Perhaps you’ll bump into him walking Lake Washington late at night chasing a grey heron from dock to Kirkland dock, or celebrating the 4th of July on the summit of Mt. Rainier with sparklers, or in a Hawaiian coffee shop poring over the pages of a script he is writing.
When Ryan read the “Arthur” script and was offered the opportunity to work with the “Arthur” team, he leapt at the chance. His transformation into the “Monster” began with an hour long claustrophobic whole-head plaster casting and completed with nine-hours of make-up on the set.
Sarah-Eve Gazitt began her acting career after being an extra on a set for 8 hours. At the end of the day, she informed everyone that she was to gather all the people together and make the next movie herself. It was at this point that her family realized she had been bitten by the acting bug.
Her recent acting experiences include the role of Abigail/Allison in “War on the Homefront”, a student in the feature film “Rogue Saints”, and a role in the short film “This Is All About Love”. She loves to dance and is currently taking ballet and jazz. Sarah-Eve also loves eating oranges because she says, “they are like eating a little bit of sunshine”.
J.P. Giuliotti is an up and coming film actor who has appeared in a number of productions including his portrayal of Admiral Theodore Grayson in “Star Trek:Phoenix” and the Korean feature recently shot on location in Seattle, “Late Autumn”.
He is a veteran of film and stage in both Seattle and Boston and will soon be plying his trade in the LA scene.
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