JAWS First Victim
Chasen Hampton is an actor and director, known for The Rules of Attraction (2002), The X-Files (1993) and The All New Mickey Mouse Club (1989).
Tommy DeNucci directed the film "Almost Mercy" on Netflix right now staring Kane Hodder (Known for playing "Jason Voorhees" in the Friday the 13th series) and Bill Moseley (Known for The Devil's Rejects, Halloween, Army of Darkness and Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2) as well as Army of the Damned, Self Storage and more. He has also acted in a few recent films including "Bleed for This" staring Miles Teller (Known for the Fantastic Four, Divergent Series, Whiplash). At the moment he is in the editing room with 2 recently shot films as well as beginning preproduction on his largest film to date "VAULT" about a famous heist in 1970's Providence.
Producer of Those American Girls and Professor Panic
Will Murray is the author of more than 70 novels, including 20 posthumous Doc Savage collaborations with Lester Dent under the name Kenneth Robeson, as well as 40 entries in the long-running Destroyer series. He has pitted the Man of Bronze against King Kong in Skull Island and teamed him up with The Shadow in The Sinister Shadow and Empire of Doom. His first Tarzan novel is titled Return to Pal-ul-don. His second is King Kong vs. Tarzan, a project first envisioned by film producer Merian C. Cooper back in 1935. Other Murray novels star Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., Mack Bolan and the Martians of the Mars Attacks! franchise. For various anthologies, Murray has written the adventures of such classic characters as Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Spider-Man, Ant-Man, The Hulk, The Spider, The Avenger, The Green Hornet, Sherlock Holmes, Cthulhu, Herbert West, Honey West, The Secret 6, Sky Captain and Lee Falk¹s immortal Ghost Who Walks, The Phantom. He also contributed to the Planet of the Apes franchise and co-created Squirrel Girl for Marvel Comics.
"Little Shop of Horrors," "Dark Crystal" and "Fraggle Rock" Puppeteer
Ken Reid is a Boston based stand up comedian. Ken has been a staple on the Boston comedy scene since 2003, having been nominated as "Best Comedian in Boston" twice by the defunct Boston Phoenix, been the regular Friday Night Host at the Comedy Studio for five years, and been the creator and host of the weird and legendary "Secret Menu" show. He's also performed all over the country and is a regular at festivals like the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival, The Bridgetown Comedy Festival, The Riot LA Comedy Festival and the Women in Comedy Festival. He frequently shares the stage with national acts and he has appeared on podcasts like Doug Loves Movies, Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction and Risk! He also has a podcast of his own called TV Guidance Counselor, but that's another story.
Mike Lopez is an educator, artist, and writer, who’s main mission is to bring the positive message of the arts to young people. Along with other artists, writers and actors, Mike has presented his “Positively Inspiring Young People With the Arts” workshop in New York City, Washington DC, Boston and Atlantic City. It is during these workshops that teachers, librarians, camp directors and anyone who wants to creatively inspire young people are able to gather ideas, network and learn from professionals. in 2015, Mike, along side with artist Gary Eckerson, created “Life’s A Beach”, which follows the good natured fun of the kids of Avalon Beach. Come and meet Mike and be inspired to do amazing things for young people!
Pop Culture Appraiser on "Antiques Roadshow"
Joe St. Pierre
"Spider-Man" Cover Artist
Queen of the Paranormal
Mask Maker from Behind the Mask Studio
Producer and "Sartana" comic book Author