Glenn Ratcliffe was born in Scotland and later became a professional soccer player. He discovered acting and has been acting ever since. He has worked in theater,Television and movies. He has written two screenplays and loves to collaborate with like minded people. Glenn will go the extra mile to make his performance exceptional. Known for; Shaking Cup, I love you, Shadow of the Monarch, Sex, Marriage and Infidelity Glenn portraying Minister Macintosh, the transformations were done in two consecutive days.
Danielle Bisutti is a BAFTA Award-nominated actress, singer-songwriter, writer, producer, and director. As a thespian, Bisutti has distinguished herself by bringing a wide range of diverse characters to life. Recent credits include; the Norse Goddess "Freya" in Sony PlayStation's top-grossing video game God of War which has won over 190 "Game of the Year" awards and 5 BAFTA Awards including "Best Game" in 2019; the ominous "Ms. Grey" in Nanny Killer for Lifetime and recurring as "Hexela" on BUYtv's new hit comedy Dwight in Shining Armor set for Netflix in Fall 2019. Film credits include top grossing Sony Pictures' cult favorite Insidious: Chapter 2 (receiving rave reviews: "Bisutti's performance as [Mother of Parker Crane] the younger version of the Bride in Black is a most elegant personification of evil."), Starring in Universal Studio's Curse of Chucky, Michael Rosenbaum's indie comedy Back in the Day, Lionsgate's Venice Underground with Eric Mabius, The Neighbor with Matthew Modine, and the lead in Lionsgate's faith-based film, No Greater Love. Danielle's character "Dana Gallagher" debuted on the season finale of Shonda Rhimes' new ABC law drama For the People. Other TV credits include recurring and guest starring roles on: Matador for Robert Rodriguez's El Rey Network, Parks & Recreation, Anger Management, Grey's Anatomy, Mom, Last Man Standing, CSI Miami, NCIS, NCIS LA, Criminal Minds, Dr. Ken, Castle, Hot in Cleveland, Newsreaders, 90210, Rizzoli & Isles, Beauty and the Beast, Body of Proof, Leverage, Bones, Cold Case, Two and a Half Men, Boston Legal, Without A Trace, Raising the Bar and The O.C. Bisutti is perhaps best known for her series regular role as "Amanda Cantwell" opposite Keke Palmer on the hit Nickelodeon series True Jackson, VP. Recent theatre credits include originating the role of "Diane" in the new musical Hipster Sweatshop at the Rockwell. Others include Sheila in Potawatomi HAIR Tribe, which traveled from California to perform at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago followed by a five-week run at The New Athenaeum Theatre, Reno Sweeney in Anything Goes, Maggie in Boy's Life, Yelena in Uncle Vanya, Victoria/Jane in Noel Coward's Tonight at 8:30, Fastrada in Pippin, and Ophelia in Hamlet. In 2015, Danielle created "Perfect Timing Productions" to write, produce and direct her original projects. She co-wrote and produced an original TV comedy series called Mood Swings for PureFlix premiering in Spring 2019. Her short film Little May won the Fade In Awards Grand Prize and is set to shoot in late Spring 2019. Other original projects include TV pilots: Still Single, Imbiland, and feature films projects: The Fort and The Rebound.
On a foundation of talent, unbridled dedication and a passionate mindset, Glenn Plummer has enjoyed a successful acting career that spans three decades. He has starred in such feature films as, Gifted, Saw II (2005), Dennis Hopper's Colors (1988), Menace II Society (1993), Showgirls (1995), The Salton Sea (2002), Poolhall Junkies (2002), Pastime, and the compelling drama South Central (1992) in the break out role of "O.G." Bobby Johnson, one of Glenn's most memorable performances. It was largely this very moving role that helped solidify Glenn as a staple in the African-American film community. Experiencing much crossover success, Glenn took his abilities to cover a wide range of personas and delved into television. Appearing in such television movies and mini-series as ABC's The Women of Brewster Place (1989), TNT's Heat Wave (1990) (about L.A.'s Watts' riots of 1965) and TNT's Reversible Errors (2004). Glenn Plummer generated praise and accolades from critics alike for his performances in Showtime's Ruby's Bucket of Blood (2001), as well as his deep, thought-provoking exhibition in HBO's The Corner (2000). Before returning to the big screen, Glenn had a re-occurring role as "Timmy Rawlins" in the inaugural season of the Emmy/Golden Globes Award-Winning, television show ER (1994) including the 88-minute pilot. Glenn Plummer's later projects include writing, directing (in his directorial debut), producing and starring in the horror film VooDoo Curse: The Giddeh (2006). Known for; Gifted, Suits, Sons of Anarchy, Menace II Society
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