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CAST

Casper Van Dien

CASPER VAN DIEN

Johnny Rico

BIOGRAPHY: Casper grew up in Ridgewood, New Jersey on Van Dien Avenue (Named after his great great Grandfather). When he and his family moved to Florida, he attended Admiral Farragut Academy where he graduated third in command. Later, he attended Florida State University. He then moved LA to pursue an acting career where he found success in many different series and television movies. His breakthrough role was as the lead in Paul Verhoeven's masterpiece Starship Troopers(1997). Sony/Touchstone Picture's Starship Troopers was one of the most talked about films of 1997 and has had a huge cult following. He was also in Tim Burton's critically acclaimed film Sleepy Hollow (1999), which is based on the classic Washington Irving story of Ichabod Crane (Johnny Depp) and the Headless Horseman (Christopher Walken). In this film by Paramount Pictures, Casper starred as Brom van Brunt, a suitor of Katrina vanTassel (Christina Ricci). Van Dien starred as "Lord of the Jungle" in the Warner Bros. film Tarzan and the Lost City (1998). Other film credits include Big Spender (2003) (TV) with Graham Green, James Dean: Race with Destiny (1997) (TV) with Robert Mitchum, The Curse of King Tut's Tomb (2006) (TV) for Hallmark Entertainment and the Surprise hit The Omega Code (1999) with his wife Catherine Oxenberg. Catherine and Casper have worked together on several different projects including a TV series they produced and starred together in for Lifetime Television called "I Married a Princess" (2005). They have formed a company together with a unique vision to produce socially responsible, quality family entertainment with the intention of uplifting and transforming people.

FILMOGRAPHY:

Through the Air to Calais or the Wonderful Cruise of Blanchard's Balloon (2009)
One Hot Summer (2009)
"Monk" /TV Series/ (2008)
Mask of the Ninja
Starship Troopers 3: Marauder (2008)
Aces 'N' Eights (2008)
"Watch Over Me" /TV Series/ (2006-2007)
Slayer (2006)
The Curse of King Tut's Tomb
Meltdown (2006)
Officer Down (2005)
The Fallen Ones (2005)
Personal Effects (2005)
Starship Troopers (2005) (VG)
Dracula 3000 (2004)
What the #$*! Do We (K)now!? (2004)
Skeleton Man (2004)
Premonition (2004)
Maiden Voyage (2004)
Big Spender (2003)
The Vector File (2002) (TV)
Danger Beneath the Sea (2001)
Going Back (2001)
"Titans" /TV Series/ (2000-2001)
Chasing Destiny (2001)
Windfall (2001)
Cutaway (2000)
A Friday Night Date (2000)
Python (2000) (TV)
The Tracker (2000)
Sanctimony (2000)
Partners (2000)
Sleepy Hollow (1999)
The Time Shifters (1999)
The Collectors (1999)
The Omega Code (1999)
Shark Attack (1999)
On the Border (1998)
Modern Vampires (1998)
Casper Meets Wendy (1998) (TV)
Tarzan and the Lost City (1998)
Starship Troopers (1997)
James Dean: Race with Destiny (1997)
Casper: A Spirited Beginning (1997)
NightScream (1997)
"The Outer Limits" /TV Series/ (1997)
The Colony (1996)
Beastmaster: The Eye of Braxus (1996)
Wing Commander IV: The Price of Freedom (1996)
Night Eyes Four: Fatal Passion (1996)
Backroads to Vegas (1996)
Lethal Orbit (1996)
P.C.H. (1995)
"Beverly Hills, 90210" /TV Series/ (1994)
"Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" /TV Series/ (1994)
"One Life to Live" /TV series/ (1993-1994)
The Webbers (1993)
"Life Goes On" /TV Series/ (1992)
"Freshman Dorm" /TV Series/ (1992)
"Dangerous Women" /TV Series/ (1991)

*The Official Site of Casper Van Dien - www.caspervandien.net

 

Dina Meyer

DINA MEYER

Dizzy Flores

BIOGRAPHY: Dina Meyer was born and raised in Forest Hills, Queens, NY, but moved to Dix Hills, Long Island, just before her last year of junior high school. She has two siblings, an older brother named Gregory and a younger one named Evan. Her first experience in the entertainment industry came when she did some modeling from ages nine to 16. She always wanted to become an actress but her parents didn't think that was a wise career move; they wanted her to get a good education, so she went to college and graduated in 1990 with a bachelors degree in business administration with a concentration in marketing (and a minor in French). She started her acting training at The Neighborhood Playhouse in New York, where she studied Sanford Meisner's acting techniques with Ron Stetson for about three years. Other actors to receive such training are Sandra Bullock, Michael Douglas, Jeff Goldblum, Leslie Nielsen, Diane Keaton, among others. She got her first part in the TV series"Beverly Hills, 90210" (1990), which required her to move out to Los Angeles. Soon after she scored the lead in the movie Johnny Mnemonic (1995), in which she did almost all of her own stunts, establishing herself as an athletic actress. She moved to eastern Europe for six months while shooting her second movie, Dragonheart (1996), which was a very physical role but also required her to deal with CGI special effects. In her very next movie, Starship Troopers (1997), she starred with Casper Van Dien and Denise Richards, which again called for her skills as an athletic actress and gave her more experience with CGI. Her talent agent also represents Matt LeBlanc, so through her she was able to score a recurring role on "Friends" (1994). She next had a short-lived part on the TV series "Michael Hayes" (1997) and a guest-starring role in an episode of "Ally McBeal" (1997) before landing her next movie role opposite James Caan in Poodle Springs (1998) (TV), which aired on HBO. Since then she's gone on to score an independent film project as well as other big-budget films.

FILMOGRAPHY:

Piranha 3-D (2010)
"Burn Notice" /TV Series/ (2009)
"Nip/Tuck" /TV Series/ (2009)
The Lost (2009)
The Boy Next Door (2008)
"Monk" /TV Series/ (2008)
Riddles of the Sphinx (2008)
Balancing the Books (2008)
Web of Desire (2008)
Saw IV (2007)
"CSI: Miami" /TV Series/ (2007)
Decoys 2: Alien Seduction (2007)
Imaginary Playmate (2006) (TV)
Crazy Eights (2006)
Saw III (2006)
"Point Pleasant" /TV Series/ (2005-2006)
His and Her Christmas (2005)
Saw II (2005)
The Receipt (2005)
Crimes of Passion (2005)
Wild Things: Diamonds in the Rough (2005)
The Storyteller (2005)
"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" /TV Series/ (2004)
Breach (2004)
Saw (2004)
"Miss Match" /TV Series/ (2003)
The Movie Hero (2003)
"Birds of Prey" /TV Series/ (2002-2003)
Deception (2003)
Star Trek: Nemesis (2002)
"The Outer Limits" /TV Series/ (2002)
Unspeakable (2002)
"Six Feet Under" /TV Series/ (2002)
Federal Protection (2002)
D-Tox (2002)
Time Lapse (2001) (V)
Deadly Little Secrets (2001)
"Secret Agent Man" /TV Series/ (2000)
Stranger Than Fiction (2000)
Bats (1999)
Poodle Springs (1998)
"Ally McBeal" /TV Series/ (1998)
Nowhere Land (1998)
Starship Troopers (1997)
"Michael Hayes" /TV Series/ (1997)
"Friends" /TV Series/ (1997)
Dragonheart (1996)
Johnny Mnemonic (1995)
"Beverly Hills, 90210" /TV Series/ (1993-1994)
Strapped (1993) (TV)

 

Lawrence Monoson

DENISE RICHARDS

Carmen Ibanez

BIOGRAPHY: Elder of 2 daughters born to Irv and Joni Richards. She grew up in the Chicago area, until the family relocated to Oceanside, CA when Denise was 15. She began working as a model, and moved to L.A. after she graduated from high school. She landed parts in both TV and movies, and gave breakthrough performances in Starship Troopers (1997) with Casper Van Dien, Wild Things (1998) and The World Is Not Enough(1999), in which she plays a Bond Girl. She also was in Undercover Brother (2002) with Eddie Griffin and appeared in Scary Movie 3 (2003) with her now ex-husband, Charlie Sheen.

 

 

 

 

FILMOGRAPHY:

Deep in the Valley (2009)
Kambakkht Ishq (2009)
Finding Bliss (2009)
Jolene (2008)
Blonde and Blonder (2007)
"Secrets of a Small Town" /TV Series/(2006)
"Sex, Love & Secrets" /TV Series/ 2005)
Edmond (2005)
"Two and a Half Men" /TV Series/ (2003-2004)
I Do (But I Don't) (2004) (TV)
Elvis Has Left the Building (2004)
Yo puta (2004)
Scary Movie 3 (2003)
Love Actually (2003)
You Stupid Man (2002)
The Third Wheel (2002)
Undercover Brother (2002)
Empire (2002)
"Spin City" /TV Series/ (2001)
Good Advice (2001)
"Friends" /TV Series/ (2001)
Valentine (2001)
Tail Lights Fade (1999)
The World Is Not Enough (1999)
Drop Dead Gorgeous (1999)
Lookin' Italian (1998)
Wild Things (1998)
Starship Troopers (1997)
Nowhere (1997)
Pier 66 (1996)
"Melrose Place"/TV Series/ (1996)
In the Blink of an Eye (1996) (TV)
"Weird Science" /TV Series/ (1996)
"High Tide" /TV Series/ (1995)
"One West Waikiki" /TV Series/ (1995)
P.C.H. (1995)
919 Fifth Avenue (1995)
"Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman"/TV Series/ (1994)
Tammy and the T-Rex (1994)
"Against the Grain" /TV Series/(1993)
Loaded Weapon 1 (1993)
"Seinfeld" /TV Series/(1993)
"The Ben Stiller Show" /TV Series/ (1993)
"Beverly Hills, 90210" /TV Series/ (1992)
"Eerie, Indiana" /TV Series/ (1992)
"Doogie Howser, M.D." /TV Series/ (1991)
"Married with Children" /TV Series/ 1991)
"Saved by the Bell" /TV Series/ (1991)
"Life Goes On" /TV Series/ (1990)

 

Neil Patric Harris

NEIL PATRIC HARRIS

Carl Jenkins

BIOGRAPHY: Neil Patrick Harris was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on June 15, 1973. He grew up in Ruidoso, New Mexico, a small town 120 miles south of Albuquerque, where he first took up acting in the fourth grade. While tagging along with Brian, his older brother by 3 years, Harris won the part of Toto in a school production of The Wizard of Oz.
His parents, Ron (a lawyer) and Sheila (a writer), moved the family to Albuquerque in 1988, the same year that Harris made his film debut in two movies:Purple People Eater (1988) and Clara's Heart(1988), which starred Whoopi Goldberg. A year later, when Neil was 16, he landed the lead role in Steven Bochco's television series about a teen prodigy doctor at a local hospital, "Doogie Howser, M.D." (1989), which launched Harris into teen-heartthrob status. The series lasted1989-1993 and earned him a People's Choice Award for Favorite Male Performer in a New Series (1990) and a Golden Globe Nomination (1990). Harris attended the same high school as Freddie Prinze Jr., La Cueva High School in Albuquerque. Neil acted on stage in a few plays while there, one of which was his senior play, Fiddler on the Roof, in which he portrayed Lazar Wolf the butcher (1991).
When "Doogie Howser, M.D." stopped production in 1993, Harris took up stage acting, which he had always wanted to do. After a string of made-for-television movies, Harris acted in his first big screen roles in nine years, Starship Troopers (1997) with Casper Van Dien and then The Proposition (1998). In July 1997, Harris accepted the role of Mark Cohen for the Los Angeles production of the beloved musical, Rent (2005). His performance in "Rent" garnered him a Drama-League Award in 1997. He continued in the musical, to rave reviews, until January 1998. He later reprised the role for six nights in his hometown of Albuquerque, New Mexico, in December 1998.
In 1999, Harris returned to television in the short-lived sitcom "Stark Raving Mad"(1999), with Tony Shalhoub. He was also in the big-screen projects The Next Best Thing (2000) and Undercover Brother (2002), and he can be heard as the voice of Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the newest animated "Spider-Man" (2003) series. Harris has continued his stage work, making his Broadway debut in 2001 in "Proof". He has also appeared on stage in "Romeo and Juliet", "Cabaret", Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street in Concert (2001) (TV), and, most recently,"Assassins". In 2005, Harris returned to the small screen in a guest-starring role on"Numb3rs" (2005) and a starring role in the sitcom "How I Met Your Mother"(2005). Neil played the title role in the web-exclusive musical comedy "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" (2008), widely downloaded via iTunes to become the #1 TV series for five straight weeks, despite not actually being on television.

FILMOGRAPHY:

Beastly (2010)
The Best and the Brightest (2010)
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (2009)
"Robot Chicken" /TV Series/ (2009)
"Batman: The Brave and the Bold" /TV Series/ (2009)
"How I Met Your Mother" /TV Series/ (2005-2009)
Eat Lead: The Return of Matt Hazard (2009) (VG)
"Anytime with Bob Kushell" /TV Series/ (2008)
Prop 8: The Musical (2008)
Saints Row 2 (2008) (VG)
"Sesame Street" /TV Series/ (2008)
"Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" (2008)
Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay (2008)
Justice League: The New Frontier (2008)
"Family Guy" /TV Series/(2007)
"Me, Eloise" /TV Series/ (2006)
The Christmas Blessing (2005)
The Golden Blaze (2005)
"Jack & Bobby" /TV Series/ (2005)
"Numb3rs" (2005)
"Law & Order: Criminal Intent" /TV Series/ (2004)
Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004)
"Spider-Man" /TV Series/ (2003)
"Boomtown" /TV Series/ (2003)
Undercover Brother (2002)
"Justice League" /TV Series/ (2002)
The Mesmerist (2002)
"Touched by an Angel" /TV Series/ (2002)
"Ed" /TV Series/ (2001)
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street in Concert (2001)
The Wedding Dress (2001)
"The Legend of Tarzan" /TV Series/ (2001)
"Access Granted" /TV Series/ (2001)
"Son of the Beach" /TV Series/ (2001)
"Static Shock" /TV Series/ (2001)
"Stark Raving Mad" /TV Series/(1999-2000)
"Will & Grace" /TV Series/ (2000)
The Next Best Thing (2000)
Joan of Arc (1999)
The Christmas Wish (1998) (TV)
The Proposition (1998)
Starship Troopers (1997)
"Homicide: Life on the Street" /TV Series/ (1997)
"The Outer Limits" /TV Series/(1996)
Legacy of Sin: The William Coit Story (1995)
My Antonia (1995)
Not Our Son (1995)
"Capitol Critters" /TV Series/ (1992-1995)
Animal Room (1995)
The Man in the Attic (1995)
Snowbound: The Jim and Jennifer Stolpa Story (1994)
A Family Torn Apart (1993)
"Murder, She Wrote" /TV Series/ (1993)
"Doogie Howser, M.D." /TV Series/ (1989-1993)
"Quantum Leap" /TV Series/ (1993)
For Our Children: The Concert (1993)
"Captain Planet and the Planeteers" /TV Series/ (1992)
"Roseanne" /TV Series/ (1992)
"Blossom" /TV Series/ (1991)
Stranger in the Family (1991)
Cold Sassy Tree (1989)
"B.L. Stryker" /TV Series/ (1989)
Home Fires Burning (1989)
Purple People Eater (1988)
Too Good to Be True (1988)
Clara's Heart (1988)

 

Michael Ironside

MICHAEL IRONSIDE

Jean Rasczak

BIOGRAPHY: Michael Ironside has made a strong and indelible impression with his often incredibly intense and explosive portrayals of fearsome villains throughout the years. He was born as Frederick Reginald Ironside on February 12, 1950 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Ironside was a successful arm wrestler in his teenage years. His initial ambition was to be a writer. At age fifteen Michael wrote a play called "The Shelter" that won first prize in a Canada-wide university contest; he used the prize money to mount a production of this play. Ironside attended the Ontario College of Art, took acting lessons from Janine Manatis, and studied for three years at the Canadian National Film Board. Ironside worked in construction as a roofer prior to embarking on an acting career. He first began acting in movies in the late 70s. Ironside received plenty of recognition with his frightening turn as deadly and powerful psychic Darryl Revok in David Cronenberg's "Scanners" . He was likewise very chilling as vicious misogynistic psychopath Colt Hawker in the underrated "Visiting Hours" . Other memorable film roles include weary Detective Roersch in the sadly forgotten thriller "Cross Country" the crazed Overdog in the immensely enjoyable"Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone" , the hard-nosed Jester in the blockbuster smash "Top Gun" , ramrod Major Paul Hackett in "Extreme Prejudice", loner Vietnam veteran Ben in "Nowhere to Hide," the ferocious Lem Johnson in"Watchers" , and lethal immortal General Katana in "Highlander II: The Quickening". Moreover, Ironside has appeared in two highly entertaining science fiction features for Paul Verhoeven: at his savage best as the evil Richter in "Total Recall" and typically excellent as the rugged Lieutenant Jean Rasczak in "Starship Troopers". Ironside showed a more tender and thoughtful side with his lovely and touching performance as a hardened convict who befriends a disabled man in the poignant indie drama gem"Chaindance"; he also co-wrote the script and served as an executive producer for this beautiful sleeper. Michael was terrific as tough mercenary Ham Tyler on the epic TV mini-series "V", its follow up "V: The Final Battle", and subsequent short-lived spin-off TV show. Ironside also had a recurring role on the TV series "SeaQuest DSV". Among the television programs Michael has done guest spots on are "The A-Team", "Hill Street Blues," "Mike Hammer", "The Hitchhiker", "Tales from the Crypt", "Superman", "Walker, Texas Ranger", "The Outer Limits", "ER", "Smallville", "ER", "Desperate Housewives", "Justice League" and "Masters of Horror". More recently Ironside garnered a slew of plaudits and a Gemini Award nomination for his outstanding portrayal of shrewd biker gang leader Bob Durelle in the acclaimed Canadian mini-series "The Last Chapter". In addition to his substantial film and TV work, Michael Ironside has also lent his distinctive deep voice to TV commercials and video games. He's the father of actress Adrienne Ironside.

FILMOGRAPHY:

Liberty (2009)
Splinter Cell: Conviction (2010) (VG)
"Justice League" Liberty (2009)
Eve (2009/II)
Beneath the Blue (2009)
Abduction of Jesse Bookman (2009)
The Beacon (2009)
The Jazzman (2009)
Terminator Salvation (2009)
"Cold Case" /TV Series/ (2 episodes, 2009)
"Wolverine and the X-Men" /TV Series/ (2008-2009)
Mutants (2008)
"Criminal Minds" /TV Series/ (2008)
Storm Cell (2008) (TV)
Surveillance (2008)
The Alphabet Killer (2008)
The Terrorist Next Door (2008)
The Butcher (2007/I)
TimeShift (2007) (VG)
Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars (2007) (VG)
The Veteran (2006)
"Masters of Horror" /TV Series/ (2006)
Splinter Cell: Double Agent (2006) (VG)
Splinter Cell: Essentials (2006) (VG)
"Stargate SG-1" /TV Series/ (2006)
Disaster Zone: Volcano in New York (2006)
"Desperate Housewives" /TV Series/ (2005-2006)
1st Bite (2006)
On That Day (2005)
Guy X (2005)
Deepwater (2005)
Bloodsuckers (2005)
Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory (2005) (VG)
Reeker (2005)
"Medical Investigation" /TV Series/ (2004)
"Jackie Chan Adventures" /TV Series/ (2004)
"Smallville" /TV Series/ (2004)
"Andromeda" /TV Series/ (2003-2004)
Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow (2004) (VG)
El maquinista (2004)
Maximum Velocity (2003)
The Red Phone: Checkmate (2003)
The Failures (2003)
"The Last Chapter II: The War Continues" (2003)
Alaska (2003) (TV)
Hemingway vs. Callaghan (2003)
Splinter Cell (2002) (VG)
Run Like Hell (2002) (VG)
Fairytales and Pornography (2002)
Fallen Angels (2002)
"ER" (1995-2002)
"Le dernier chapitre: La Suite" (2002)
"The District" /TV Series/ (2002)
Extreme Honor (2001)
Dead Awake (2001)
Soulkeeper (2001)
Children of the Corn: Revelation (2001)
"The Outer Limits" /TV Series/ (1999-2001)
Jett Jackson: The Movie (2001) (TV)
Mindstorm (2001)
The Red Phone: Manhunt (2001)
Ignition (2001)
"Walker, Texas Ranger" /TV Series/ (2000)
Nuremberg (2000)
The Perfect Storm (2000)
Heavy Metal 2000 (2000)
"Superman" /TV Series/ (1997-2000)
Crime and Punishment in Suburbia (2000)
Borderline Normal (2000)
Cause of Death (2000)
"Cold Squad" /TV Series/ (1999)
The Omega Code (1999)
A Twist of Faith (1999)
Southern Cross (1999)
Question of Privilege (1999)
The Arrangement (1999)
"The New Batman Adventures" /TV Series/ (1998)
Desert Blue (1998)
Johnny 2.0 (1998)
Going to Kansas City (1998)
Death Row the Tournament (1998)
Voyage of Terror (1998)
Ivory Tower (1998)
Black Light (1998)
Captive (1998)
Starship Troopers (1997)
Chicago Cab (1997)
Cold Night Into Dawn (1997)
One of Our Own (1997)
"F/X: The Series" /TV Series/ (1997)
The Arrow (1997)
Kids of the Round Table (1997)
The Moravian Massacre (1996)
One Way Out (1996)
"SeaQuest DSV" /TV Series/ (1995-1996)
Portraits of a Killer (1996)
Too Fast Too Young (1996)
Terminal (1996)
The Destiny of Marty Fine (1996)
Major Payne (1995)
"Tales from the Crypt" /TV Series/ (1990-1995)
Singapore Sling: Road to Mandalay (1995)
Probable Cause (1994)
Red Sun Rising (1994)
The Next Karate Kid (1994)
The Glass Shield (1994)
Forced to Kill (1994)
Dead Man's Revenge (1994)
Fortunes of War (1994)
Save Me (1994)
Tokyo Cowboy (1994)
Bolt (1994)
The Killing Machine (1994)
Red Scorpion 2 (1994)
Point of Impact (1993)
Father Hood (1993)
Free Willy (1993)
Sweet Killing (1993)
Night Trap (1993)
Marked for Murder (1993)
Black Ice (1992)
Cafe Romeo (1992)
Guncrazy (1992)
The Vagrant (1992)
Killer Image (1992)
McBain (1991)
Deadly Surveillance (1991)
Drop Dead Gorgeous (1991)
Neon City (1991)
Payback (1991)
Chaindance (1991)
Highlander II: The Quickening (1991)
Total Recall (1990)
Murder by Night (1989)
Thunderground (1989)
Destiny to Order (1989)
Mindfield (1989)
Watchers (1988)
Hostile Takeover (1988)
One Boy, One Wolf, One Summer (1988)

 

Clancy Brown

CLANCY BROWN

Sgt. Zim

BIOGRAPHY: A tall, wavy-haired US actor with a deep, resonant voice, Clancy Brown has proved himself a versatile performer with first-class contributions to theater, feature films, TV series and even animation. Born in Urbana, Ohio, he is the son of former US representative Clarence J. Brown, which meant Clancy spent much of his youth in close proximity to Washington, DC. he plied his dramatic talents in the Chicago theater scene before moving onto feature film with a sinister debut performance bullying Sean Penn inside a youth reformatory in Bad Boys (1983). He portrayed "Viktor the Monster" in the unusual spin on the classic Frankenstein story in The Bride (1985), before scoring one of his best roles to date as the evil "Kurgan" hunting fellow immortals Christopher Lambert and Sean Connery across four centuries of time in Highlander (1986).

Brown played a corrupt US soldier in the Walter Hill-directed hyper-violent actionerExtreme Prejudice (1987), another deranged killer in Shoot to Kill (1988) and a brutal prison guard, who eventually somewhat "befriends" wrongfully convicted banker Tim Robbins, in the moving The Shawshank Redemption (1994).

His superb vocal talents were in demand, and he contributed voices to animated shows, including "Mortal Kombat: The Animated Series" (1995), "Street Sharks" (1994),"Gargoyles" (1994) and "Superman" (1996). Brown then landed two more plum roles, one as a "tough-as-nails" drill sergeant in the sci-fi thriller Starship Troopers (1997), and the other alongside Robin Williams in the Disney comedy Flubber (1997).

The video gaming industry took notice of Clancy's vocal abilities, too, and he has contributed voices to several top selling video games, including Crash Bandicoot: TheWrath of Cortex (2001) (VG), Lands of Lore III (1999) (VG), Star Wars: Bounty Hunter (2002) (VG) and Crash Nitro Kart (2003) (VG). His voice is also the character of cranky crustacean "Mr. Eugene H. Krabs" in the highly successful "SpongeBob SquarePants" (1999) animated series and films, and he contributed voices to "The Batman" (2004), "Jackie Chan Adventures" (2000) and "Justice League" (2001) animated TV series. A popular and friendly personality, Clancy Brown continues to remain busy both through his vocal and acting talents in Hollywood.

FILMOGRAPHY:

Happy Hour (2002)
Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever (2002)
Earth Angels /TV movie/ (2001)
Century Hotel (2001)
Mission (2000)
Fast Food Fast Women (2000)
Chasing Beauties (1999)
Airtime /short/ (1998)
Il Mio West (1998)
1999 (1998)
Once a Thief /TV Series/ (1997)
Once a Thief /TV movie/ (1996)
Legends of the North (1995)
Pocahontas: The Legend (1995)
Dance Me Outside (1995)
Grand nord /TV movie/ (1994)
Rapa Nui: Legends in Stone /TV Series/ (1994)
Rapa Nui (1994)
Black Robe (1991)

 

Brenda Strong

BRENDA STRONG

Cpt. Deladier

BIOGRAPHY: Brenda Strong got her first break in showbiz with a brief but memorable appearance in Billy Crystal's You Look Marvelous music video. Her appearance in the video led to guest shots on such shows as St. Elsewhere, MacGyver, and Cheers, as well as her first film appearances in Weekend Warriors and Mel Brooks' Spaceballs . More recently, Brenda had a high profile recurring role on Seinfeld as Sue Ellen Mishkie (or as Elaine refers to her, The Braless Wonder).Seinfeld proved to be a great launching board for Strong who's recent film appearances have included Black Dog andThe Deep End of the Ocean. Of course every fan of SST remembers wonderful Brenda's performance as Captain Deladier in the original Starship Troopers. Brenda also had a recurring role on the WB's 7th Heaven this past fall and is currently working on an independent film titled Exposed. (Source: Healthhdome, visit www.healthdome.com for more info).

FILMOGRAPHY:

Missing Brendan (2003)
Exposed (2002)
Red Dragon (2002)
Teddy Bears' Picnic (2002)
Terror Tract (2000)
The Deep End of the Ocean (1999)
Undercurrent (1998)
Sports Night /TV Series/ (1998)
Black Dog (1998)
Party of Five /TV Series/ (1997-1998)
Starship Troopers (1997)
The Craft (1996)
Island City /TV movie/ (1994)
My Life (1993)
Malice (1993)
Stepfather III /TV movie/ (1992)
Scorch /TV Series/ (1992)
People Like Us /TV movie/ (1990)
Skin Deep (1989)
The Gambler, Part III: The Legend Continues /TV movie/ (1987)
Spaceballs (1987)

 

 

THE COMPLETE CAST LIST

Casper Van Dien ... Johnny Rico
Dina Meyer ... Dizzy Flores
Denise Richards ... Carmen Ibanez
Jake Busey ... Ace Levy
Neil Patrick Harris ... Carl Jenkins
Clancy Brown ... Sgt. Zim
Seth Gilliam ... Sugar Watkins
Patrick Muldoon ... Zander Barcalow
Michael Ironside ... Jean Rasczak
Rue McClanahan ... Biology Teacher
Marshall Bell ... General Owen
Eric Bruskotter ... Breckinridge
Matt Levin ... Kitten Smith
Blake Lindsley ... Katrina
Anthony Ruivivar ... Shujimi
Brenda Strong ... Captain Deladier
Dean Norris ... Commanding Officer
Christopher Curry ... Mr. Rico
Lenore Kasdorf ... Mrs. Rico
Tami-Adrian George ... Djana'D
Teo ... Corporal Bronski
Steven Ford ... Lt. Willy
Ungela Brockman ... Corporal Birdie
Curnal Achilles Aulisio ... Sgt. Gillespie (as Curnal Aulisio)
Greg Travis ... Net Correspondent
Bruce Gray ... Sky Marshall Dienes
Denise Dowse ... Sky Marshall Meru
John Cunningham ... Fed Net Announcer
Julianna McCarthy ... Expert
Timothy McNeil ... Expert
Robert David Hall ... Recruiting Sergeant
Brad Kane ... Lanny
Amy Smart ... Pilot Cadet
Timothy Omundson ... Psychic
Patrick Bishop ... Engineering Officer
Hunter Bodine ... Young Cap Trooper
Travis Lowen ... Little Boy Trooper
Patrick Wolff ... Late Cadet
Mara Duronslet ... Communications Officer
Dale Dye ... General (as Dale A. Dye)
Mike Stokey ... Officer with Morita (as Michael Stokey)
Tyrone Tann ... Student
Matt Entriken ... Marco
Eric DaRe ... Medic
Ronald L. Botchan ... Jumpball Referee
Walter Adrian ... Judge
Stephanie Erb ... Young Mother
Alexi Lakatos ... Stomping Kid
Nathaniel Marshall ... Stomping Kid
Austin Sanderford ... Stomping Kid
Rhiannon Vigil ... Stomping Kid
Mylin Brooks ... Female Trooper
Armand Darrius ... Male Trooper
Kai Lennox ... Male Trooper