Christophe Gans

Christophe Gans
A visually gifted director, Christophe Gans' deep abiding love for genre fare and pop-culture imbued each of his film endeavors with a patina of authenticity and passion. A graduate of France's respected film school, Institut des Hautes Etudes Cinematopraphiques, he made his directorial debut with a gruesome vignette in the horror anthology "Necronomicon: Book of the Dead" (1993). His work on the...

David Nutter

David Nutter
A director with a number of impressive television credits, David Nutter is best known for his work in the science fiction genre, working extensively as both producer and director on the Fox series "The X-Files" and "Millennium". Nutter began directing for television in 1987, helming episodes of the stylized Fox police drama "21 Jump Street". Work on the syndicated series "The Adventures of...

David Simon

Few could argue that throughout his professional career, writer David Simon failed to capture the stark tragedy of the violent, drug-infested streets of his native Baltimore. As a former investigative reporter for the city's largest daily newspaper and executive producer on some of the grittiest cop shows ever seen on television, Simon made it his mission to tell the stories of the forgotten...

David Yazbek

Very few composers get the opportunity to have their work presented on Broadway, and even fewer manage to achieve that distinction with their very first show. Native New Yorker David Yazbek, however, was among the lucky when he was tapped to provide the score for the stage adaptation of the hit movie "The Full Monty".

While still attending Brown, Yazbek staged a production of "Hair" that went on...

Eamonn Walker

Eamonn Walker
A stage-trained British actor who became a star in film and on television in his native country, Eamonn Walker made the successful transition to Hollywood where he rose to prominence as the incarcerated Muslim leader Kareem Said on the gritty HBO drama series "Oz" (1997-2003). Prior to his work on the popular program, Walker made a name for himself on British television with the sitcom "In...

Ed Solomon

Ed Solomon
An accomplished screenwriter and producer, Ed Solomon is probably best-known for the snappy dialogue and clever stories he brought to the original feature film "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure" (1989) and the big-screen versions of "Men in Black" (1997) and "X-Men" (2000), both blockbuster movies based on popular comic books.