Scott Wolf was born on June 4, 1968 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA as Scott Richard Wolf. He is an actor and producer, known for Party of Five (1994), Go (1999) and Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp’s Adventure (2001). He has been married to Kelley Limp since May 29, 2004. They have two children.
Tom grew up in the small towns of Richmond and Crystal Lake, Illinois. He began performing at home, with his 10 brothers and sisters, creating puppet shows, short films, music and radio dramas, before moving on to school plays and community theater.
He graduated from The Goodman School of Drama, as it became the Theatre School at DePaul University. His work on the Chicago stage began in the ensemble of the “Body Politic Theatre”, where he starred in such memorable productions as “Translations”, “The Playboy of the Western World” and “Falstaff & Hal”. Other notable stage work includes “What the Butler Saw”, “Candida” and “The Mystery Cycle” at the Court Theatre, and “Free Advice from Prague” and “The Courtship of Carl Sandburg” at Northlight.
Tom was head writer and announcer of the NPR musical variety show, “The Flea Market”. He directed plays for the Curious Theater, played music with both Balderdash and Jamie O’Reilly & The Rogues, and was artistic director of the Call to Action Theater.
While working on-stage in Chicago, Tom was cast as “Eliot Ness” in the television series, The Untouchables (1993) and spent two years shooting on his home turf. Moving to L.A., Tom starred in the NBC comedy, The Pursuit of Happiness (1995), with Melinda McGraw and Brad Garrett. He’s played recurring roles on Big Love (2006), Boston Legal (2004), Eli Stone (2008), The Guardian (2001), Spin City (1996), From the Earth to the Moon (1998) and, most recently, Parenthood (2010). Other favorite TV work include Grey’s Anatomy (2005), Curb Your Enthusiasm (1999), Just Shoot Me! (1997), ER (1994) and The Larry Sanders Show (1992).
Traveling to the western Rockies, Tom spent four years portraying the beloved “Dr. Harold Abbott” on the family drama, Everwood (2002), opposite Treat Williams. He went on to direct episodes of “Everwood” as well as ABC’s Brothers & Sisters (2006) and the new CW series, Hart of Dixie (2011).
Tom’s film credits include The Long Kiss Goodnight (1996), opposite Geena Davis, Brokedown Palace (1999) with Claire Danes and Kate Beckinsale, Billboard Dad (1998) with the Olsen twins, Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen’, Second Chances (1998), Straight Talk (1992), HBO’s Live from Baghdad (2002) and the recent black-comedy, Lucky (2011), with Colin Hanks and Ari Graynor.
His work on the Chicago stage continues at the Victory Gardens Theater, where he’s starred, most recently, in “Cynical Weathers” and Edward Albee’s “At Home At The Zoo”, both directed by Dennis Zacek.
Tom plays “Dr. Peter Pelikan” on the hit NBC series, Parenthood (2010), opposite Ray Romano. He stars as “President Abraham Lincoln” in the Salvador Litvak film, Saving Lincoln (2013), alongside Penelope Ann Miller and Lea Coco. He also appears as “Governor Samuel Reston” on the ABC political thriller, Scandal (2012), opposite Kerry Washington and Tony Goldwyn.
Tom is married to actress Nancy Everhard, who played “Katherine Ness” on The Untouchables (1993). His daughters, Meg O’Reilly Amandes and Nia O’Reilly Amandes make up two-thirds of the Chicago band, “Midnight Moxie”. And his son, Ben Amandes, is himself a budding hyphenate.
– IMDb Mini Biography By: Nippersink Inc.
Jonathan Steven Green, was born and raised in Cedar City, Utah. Jonathan completed his BA in Film Studies from the University of Utah in 2010 after which he went on to explore his storytelling abilities with short films. His work has been exhibited in several film festivals across the US and has won several awards.
Jahanara Saleh was born and raised in Tehran, Iran and came to the United states to peruse a film Career. She is an award winning Directer and Producer with a Unique approach to narrative filmmaking. Jahanara’s work has been showcased in several festivals around the globe and her films are all a product of her curiosity and life experiences.
Austin was born in 1985 in Cedar City Utah. He majored in Film Studies at the University of Utah, where he discovered telling stories visually (Cinematography), was his niche.
While attending film school, his film “2gether” was represented by the film department to be showcased at the “Dean’s Tour” (Three times), Which brings forth VIP’s and potential investors to the University. The same film, screened at a couple film festivals, and won an honorable mention award the following year.
In 2013, he was nominated for “Best Cinematography,” for the film “Imagine” at the Newport International Film Festival in the UK.
Over the years he’s continued to intensely study and perfect this craft on the sets of many films, which have won awards in various categories at film festivals.
Christopher Doucet is a Film Composer, Producer and Co-Owner of Strawberry Sound Studios. In addition to having composed the scores for many award winning films, Chris has written music for countless TV spots and commercials and has worked as a session musician and arranger for many artists in the record world.
Jake is a sound designer, film music mixer, re-recording mixer, and co-owner of Strawberry Sound Studios. Over the past five years, Jake has worked at some of the most notable recording studios in music history, and has worked on many award winning films.
He got his start in 2005 as a production sound mixer in Arizona, and in 2007 he completed his education at the Los Angeles Recording School. At the time, his focus was music. In 2008 he completed his internship at the notorious Westlake Recording Studios. He then went on to work at Eldorado Recording Studios assisting with, and sitting in on sessions with artists such as Ben Harper, Meredith Brooks & A Fine Frenzy. In 2009 Jake joined the staff of Paramount Recording Studios. There he had the opportunity to meet, learn from & work with some of the greatest audio engineers and music artist of modern and archetypal music. In 2010 Jake moved to Salt Lake City to try his hand at running his own studio, and pursue his love of sound in film. There he met musician and composer Christopher Doucet, with whom he started Strawberry Sound Studios. Since then the duo has gone on to write, record, mix & create sound & music for many albums, commercials & award winning short & feature length films.