John Moore

John Moore
Irish film director John Moore first rose to prominence when he was asked to direct the war film, "Behind Enemy Lines" (2001), based on his track record of directing high-octane, effects-driven, youth-oriented TV commercials. He followed up his big break by directing several remakes including "The Omen" (2006). The dramatic, loquacious, larger-than-life director with the red beard became known...

Kyan Douglas

Kyan Douglas
Although he burst onto the national scene with the rest of his fellow "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" (Bravo, 2003- ) castmates, Kyan Douglas was never the outrageous, overly flamboyant type. In fact, compared to his colleagues (read: Carson Kressley), his onscreen persona was almost reserved, even quietly dignified. This contrast between Douglas and his more manic colleagues reflected the...

Marco Hofschneider

This soulful, dark-eyed German actor made a huge smash in his first film, and has been trying to find a worthy follow-up ever since. Born in Berlin, Hofschneider was making an impression on German TV in his teens. He appeared as a prostitute's son in the successful TV-movie "Hurengluck/Whore's Luck", a newspaper worker in "Benno's Faults", a working class teenaged father in "Mother at 16" and a...

Nina Siemaszko

Nina Siemaszko began acting at age four in a Chicago production of "The Sound of Music" and then continued to hone her craft as a child performer at the city's Polish-language RefRen Theatre. As she has matured, the petite attractive actress has carved a career alternating between leading and supporting roles on television and in both studio fare and independent films. Siemaszko made her feature...

Noel Gugliemi

Noel Gugliemi
Noel Gugliemi is an American actor with both Mexican and Italian roots, though his many film and television roles generally play up his Hispanic heritage. Born and raised in Southern California, he started appearing on screen in earnest in 2000. Within a year, he had small parts in two major movies, "Training Day" (2001) and "The Fast and the Furious" (2001). Numerous guest spots on various...

Oren Peli

Oren Peli
Director Oren Peli took his own fear of the unknown, shot it with a night-vision camera, and scared to death all those who dared to experience it. Peli brought moviegoers face-to-face with evil with the horror flick "Paranormal Activity" (2009), the story of a couple terrorized by a strange presence in their suburban home. With a cast of unknown actors, an $11,000 budget, and no prior filmmaking...