After decades of songwriting, singing, producing and performing, The Hooters’ Eric Bazilian is still as active in the music industry as ever before. The 66-year-old Philadelphia native has created major hits with his own band, but also for dozens of other talented artists such as Joan Osborne (One of Us), Ricky Martin (Private Emotion), The Scorpions (The Best Is Yet To Come) and Amanda Marshall (Believe In You). In the summer of 2020 Eric is going on an extensive Hooters’ 40th anniversary tour through Germany, but he’s working on several music projects with different artists as well.
Working in the entertainment industry has always been every day life for American actor Justin Shenkarow. The 38-year-old had numerous guest appearances on TV shows and dozens of commercials under his belt at a very young age. Justin gained international recognition for his lead role in the series Eerie Indiana and for voicing bully Harold in the hit animation show Hey Arnold!. This year his focus is on the creation of his own projects.
Professional actress and voice-over artist Magdalene ‘Maggy’ Vick stars in both theatre productions and feature films. She recently played Pam in the action movie A-X-L. To people across the globe she is primarily known as ‘the hot girl’ in Ray William Johnson’s renowned online sketches. Continue reading
You may have seen actor R. Keith Harris in the critically acclaimed series The Walking Dead, Under the Dome or Rectify. He recently wrote, produced and starred in the family oriented action-comedy Shifting Gears. But there are many more exciting projects in the works for the North Carolina native. Continue reading
Mountaineer, climbing guide and engineer Neal Beidleman (58) joined forces with fellow climber Adrian Ballinger’s Alpenglow Expeditions for a two-peak expedition in the Himalayas. In May they managed to successfully climb both Cho Oyu (sixth tallest peak in the world) and Mount Everest in only 23 days. A time period with rapid highs and lows. Continue reading
It’s been a busy, but very rewarding time for Danish/English singer-songwriter Daniel Firth. The 23-year-old got to perform at the Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon, Portugal this year with singer Rasmussen, representing Denmark with the peaceful viking song ‘Higher Ground’. Now Daniel gets to spend some time in the studio to record his own songs and he looks forward to performing on stage again with his fellow ‘vikings’.
This year has been very exciting for Canadian actress, producer and screenwriter Carolyn Bridget Kennedy. Her critically acclaimed comedy web series Danger Pay and short film Super Speed Dates have been nominated at numerous international film festivals and she obtained an O-1 Visa to work in the United States as an actor, writer, and producer.
Sabrina Dickens has recently revealed her plans for a forthcoming break on Twitter, in order to ‘follow a new dream’. The multi award-winning British actress, last seen in the drama feature film ‘Is This Now’ is putting acting less of a priority, in order to focus on her own personal development, which is to complete a course in Animal Studies.
It is rather uncommon for someone to be equally active as a stuntman and an actor, but Damian Mavis has plenty of experience in both professions. The Canadian was Bradley Cooper’s stunt double on The Hangover 2, played Tommy Lee Jones’s bodyguard in Mechanic: Resurrection and worked on the hit US TV series Supernatural and Arrow. Damian recently moved back to his native country after spending thirteen years working and living in Thailand, where he built a successful career as a stuntman and actor. Continue reading