Edward Furlong shot to fame at the tender age of fourteen when he was cast as John Connor in Terminator 2: Judgement Day, co-starring with Arnold Schwarzenegger, the biggest movie star at that time. Furlong’s dynamic, young talent lit up the screen and the global box office, cementing his place in cinematic history.
Furlong went on to star in another iconic role in the 1990s, as Daniel Vinyard in American History X, holding his own against the great Edward Norton in one intense scene after another.
His fan base has only expanded over the years with starring roles in such films as Pecker, Detroit Rock City, Animal Factory and many more. He is a two-time Saturn Award nominee and a recipient of an MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Performance.
Shawna Waldron’s first film role was that of Becky ‘Icebox’ O’Shea in the Disney hit Little Giants. To this day, fans all over the world, now in their twenties and thirties continue to follow her career, referring to her as Icebox.
Shawna’s second role saw her playing Michael Douglas’ daughter in the modern political classic, The American President. Her grown-up roles have gained her a following in the thriller genre, with major roles in such films as Poison Ivy: The Secret Society, Cyrus and Lizzie.
Laurence Mason’s first film role was in none other than Tony Scott’s and Quentin Tarantino’s True Romance, sharing the screen with the likes of Gary Oldman and Sam Jackson. Since then, Mason has been in some of the biggest films of the 1990s and 21st century, working with the likes of Michael Mann, Steven Spielberg, Will Smith and others.
A partial list of credits include Hackers, starring opposite Angelina Jolie, A.I. Artificial Intelligence, Behind Enemy Lines, Ali, Public Enemies and The Lincoln Lawyer. His recurring roles on The Shield and Prison Break have garnered him a devoted worldwide fan base.
A native of Israel, Shirly Brener first came to attention to American movie goers as Natalya in Righteous Kill, with Robert DeNiro and Al Pacino. Since then, Shirly has played a slew of femme fatales in a wide range of thriller and horror features from Streets of Blood, 30 Days to Die, Quantum Apocalypse, The Chicago 8 and many TV roles.
Diane Salinger has a wide range of iconic roles in her repertoire, stretching back to the 1980s. She was Simone in Pee-wee’s Big Adventure. The mother to Danny DeVito’s Penguin in Batman Returns. The Psychiatrist in Ghost World. And Appollonia in the cult TV series Carnivale.
Diane has turned in dozens more impressive stints on major television series and feature films, with the flexibility to move from horror to thriller to comedy and serious drama with ease.
Tiffany Martin is off to a great start for a young performer. The daughter of composer Russell Martin and actor Cynthia Martin (Melrose Place), Tiffany has already landed major roles in indie science fiction thrillers such as Alien Dawn and Tripod War in addition to a TV role on Suburgatory.