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Blood Brothers Movie

Jon Kondelik (Thomas Lo Bianco)

Jon Kondelik first met Writer/Director Jose Prendes on his film The Haunting of Whaley House in 2012. Since then, Jon has acted in various other films, Written and Directed with his twin brother James on the films: Airplane vs. Volcano, Dam Sharks! and their latest—a haunting seen from BEHIND THE WALLS will be released in 2017. Recently, Jon produced a promo for Sony’s Don’t Breathe and CryptTV. Jon and James started their own production/sales company, Dual Visions, where they specialize in producing/representing feature films and online content with Blood Brothers being their first film they’ve produced.

Hannah Levien (Genevieve / Vanity)

Hannah Levien grew up in Australia. She graduated from one of the country's top acting schools. She worked extensively in theatre before making her feature debut playing teenage-runaway Jesse Forteski in the award-winning Australian film "The Horseman", which screened at several world-wide festivals including SXSW. Hannah was also a recipient of the Arts Queensland Professional Development Award enabling her to train with Ivana Chubbuck in Los Angeles.

Barbara Crampton (Mother)

Gorgeous, talented and charismatic blonde actress Barbara Crampton was born on December 27, 1958 in Levittown, Long Island, New York and raised in Vermont. Because her father was a carnie, Barbara spent her childhood summers traveling the country with the carnival. Crampton first began acting in school plays in 7th grade and studied acting in high school. She earned a BA in Theater Arts from Castleton State College. Following graduation, Crampton portrayed "Cordelia" in an American Theater of Actors production of "King Lear" in New York. Barbara then moved to Los Angeles and made her TV debut with a recurring role on the popular daytime soap opera Days of Our Lives. She had a brief, but memorable role as Craig Wasson's unfaithful girlfriend, "Carol", in Brian De Palma's Body Double and was funny as the bubble-headed "Chrissie" in the crudely amusing comedy, Fraternity Vacation. Barbara achieved her greatest enduring cult popularity as sweet college coed "Megan Halsey" in Stuart Gordon's terrific Re-Animator. She gave an excellent performance as the ambitious, but prim and repressed "Dr. Katherine McMichaels" in the equally fine From Beyond. Crampton was quite engaging as the perky "Suzie Lynn" in the fun Chopping Mall and typically solid as the unhappy "Susan Reilly" in Castle Freak. Barbara had recurring roles on the daytime television soap operas Guiding Light, The Young and the Restless (Crampton won a Soap Opera Digest Award for her acting on this show) and The Bold and the Beautiful. Among the TV shows Crampton has done guest spots on are The Nanny, Pacific Blue, Party of Five, Hotel and Santa Barbara. Her hobbies include skiing, yoga, horseback riding, running, working out with weights and shopping for antiques at flea markets. Barbara Crampton lives right outside of San Francisco with her husband, Robert Bleckman, and their two children.

Graham Denman (Charles Brubaker)

Graham Denman was born in Van Nuys, CA. He got his first break in the movie business as a special effects artist in 2007. Since then, Graham has gone on to act in tons of films, compose the scores for three feature films and is currently directing short films for Eli Roth's Crypt TV, FOX and Moviepilot.com. Graham is a cinephile who's favorite film is The Night Of The Hunter.

Sean Whalen (Doug)

Sean was born in Washington D.C. The youngest of four, he was raised in Silver Spring/Olney Maryland and graduated from Sherwood High School. He moved west and graduated from UCLA four years later. Like most actors, he worked as a waiter while studying and performing at the famed Groundling Theater and Playhouse West. His break came doing commercials and his first film, The People Under the Stairs. Sean has worked in every genre of film and television. (Except a Western. He really wants to do a Western) He is also an acting coach, writer, producer, looper, acting teacher and heads the comedy department at Studio 4: James Franco's Film & Acting School in North Hollywood. He is a father of two beautiful daughters.

Ken Foree (Homer)

Large, likable, and muscular actor Ken Foree was born as Kentotis Alvin Foree on February 29, 1948, in Indianapolis, Indiana. Foree attended Loyola University in Chicago and studied acting at Michael Shulman's Performing Gallery in New York City. He began his career in off-Broadway theater and worked as an assistant manager at a restaurant in Greenwich Village, in order to keep himself afloat during his salad days.

Ken made his film debut in The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars & Motor Kings. He has since amassed a substantial array of often strong and commanding characters on either side of the law in both movies and television, alike. Foree gave a fine and impressive performance as tough swat team officer, "Peter Washington", in George A. Romero's Dawn of the Dead. He also had a sizable supporting part in Romero's offbeat follow-up feature, Knightriders. Ken was marvelously engaging as affable cop, Buford "Bubba" Brownlee, in Stuart Gordon's From Beyond and was, once again, solid as rugged survivalist "Benny" in Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III. Foree portrayed hard-nosed police officers in such pictures as The Dentist, Sleepstalker, True Blood and Terror Squad. He had a cameo as a stern televangelist in the Dawn of the Dead remake by Zack Snyder. More recently, Ken had a terrific role as super mack daddy pimp, "Charlie Altamont", in The Devil's Rejects and made a brief-yet-memorable appearance as rough-n-tumble truck driver, "Big Joe Grizzley", in the remake of Halloween by Rob Zombie. Foree showed a softer and more sensitive side as "Roger Rockmore" on the hit Nickelodeon TV series, Kenan & Kel. He also played a recurring part on the popular daytime soap opera General Hospital. Among the TV shows on which Ken has done guest spots are Due South, The X-Files, Babylon 5, Matlock, Dallas, Cheers, Quantum Leap, Hunter, Beauty and the Beast, Moonlighting, Knight Rider, The Fall Guy, Benson, The A-Team, Hill Street Blues, The Dukes of Hazzard and Kojak. His hobbies include surfing, boxing, weightlifting and watching basketball. In addition, Foree enjoys history and traveling. Ken Foree lives in Los Angeles.

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