Madisen Hill, originally from St. Louis, Missouri, made her move to Los Angeles in June of 2008. Working as an actor, dancer, and singer, you can find her in many commercials, films, and tv shows. Currently Madisen hosts "Live Life & Win", a new tv series about highlighting good things teens do. You can also see her in the "iCarly" episode "iGet Banned". Other projects include Top 20 VH1 music video "Lullaby" by Nickelback, Jakks Pacific T-Pain Microphone, Disney Sing It! Pop Hits, Wii All-Star Cheer Squad game, Konami Adrenaline Misfits, and more! Madisen has also recently partnered with Pacer Teens Against Bullying, and is continuously in the studio working on new music for her first album.
Trip Langley is an NYC transplant, having graduated from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where he trained with the Tony Award-winning Atlantic Theater Company and Trinity College in Dublin. He has a heavy theatre background, having performed in about 50 stage productions. His screen work is largely improv-based; past projects include the rom-com “Made For Each Other” with Bijou Phillips and Lauren German; Oscar-winner Rob Legato’s indie “Choose;” and the short “Claywoman” with Amy Poehler and Alan Cumming. His tv debut was opposite Emmy-winner Maura West on “As the World Turns.” Digital media credits include the Streamy-nominated “The Hayley Project” & “The Boys Who Brunch”. Member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA.
Todd Portugal is a Los Angeles based filmmaker whose films have reached audiences globally. He graduated with a tv/film degree from the California State University at Long Beach and made his feature debut at 26, producing, writing, and directing the thriller Flooding. Flooding went on to be a number one rental on home video and received worldwide distribution. His sophomore effort, Soul Mates, a romantic comedy, earned him the moniker “the West Coast Woody.” He would next direct “The Blair Thumb” for Steve Oedekerk, which aired on Showtime and Cartoon Network. Portugal has since written and directed an ensemble drama, a horror film, and a sitcom pilot. Portugal is also an editor for CBS television and is a five time Emmy Award nominee and member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Bruce Malm is a multiple Emmy Award nominee and an Emmy Award winner. His decades long experience in the television industry has seen him lend his editing talents to Paramount Pictures, CBS, and Fox. Before he became a much sought after television editor, Malm was a sound mixer on several motion pictures. He has also edited documentary and feature films.