Originally from San Diego, Dan is known best as a voice actor, including the voice of Roy Fokker in the anime series, Robotech.
On camera, Dan has been electrocuted by Patrick Stewart, strangled by Stella Stevens, and assaulted by Johnny Carson on The Tonight Show. Life is good...
Speaking Spanish, English, Portuguese and Italian fluently, Danny has
had the chance to perform in all languages, from films, to TV shows,
to soap operas, to commercials, to hosting, to live events and
presentations. Danny is an outdoors kind of guy, enjoying all of the
elements available to him
A Cuban-American, born in Miami, is full of spunk and vigor. Marie was
hired as the First Latin Women Boxing Announcer, announcing fights in
both English and Spanish. Maria enjoys traveling and spending time
with her family and her dog.
Joe Sabatino grew up on New York's Long Island with aspirations of becoming a professional football player. His life was ruled by sports
until he tried his hand at acting and the rest is history is the making. Joe's resume looks like a who's who in TV programs.
Judy started her career in Miami as a general assignment reporter at WFOR, and then later as a
Fox News Channel correspondent covering both domestic and international stories.
Judy graduated from St. Thomas University in Miami with a B.A. in Biology and Communications,
and studied journalism at Florida International University. Judy enjoys cardio-kickboxing,
spinning and weight training.
Recently feted as a "Player" in Daily Variety (Jan 09), Marta McGonagle, known to her
family and friends as "ChiChi", was born in the Ancon Republic of Panama to a Costa
Rican mother and an Irish father. Being raised as an "army brat", Marta was blessed to travel
and live all over the world. Aside from her acting career, Marta puts
on plays for local schoolchildren.
A native of Los Angeles, Pepper began her acting career at the age of 5 and never looked back.
Pepper became a teacher in the early 1970's, producing and teaching productions for drill team and dance
production. Moving to private coaching in the early 1980's, Pepper continues today to coach acting and
singing performance skills. Pepper Jay was the founder of Pepper J. Productions in 1990.
Originally from Northern California's bay area, Reggie is like a cameleon, he seems to fit in just about anywhere with just about
anyone! A stand-up comedian, Reggie began his career at the La Jolla Comedy Store, Comedy Store Hollywood, and the Laugh Factory, before
turning to acting.