Patricia Quinn was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, May 28th 1944. She grew up on the Ballygomartin Road in west Belfast with her mother Rebecca, father James Connolly Quinn (an infamous Belfast bookmaker) and her siblings, an older brother and a younger sister. (And yes it is true – Patricia’s nephew is Snow Patrol’s drummer, Jonny Quinn – of whom she is immensely proud.) Pat attended the Princess Gardens Grammar School, where she developed an early talent for acting. Following stints at Belfast’s Arts Theatre and British Drama League, she left for London at age 17. In 1969, she trained at the Drama Centre while simultaneously working as a blackjack-dealing Bunny Girl at Mayfair’s Playboy Club. In 1971, she was in repertory for six months with the Glasgow Citizen’s Theatre. One of her earliest roles was in Heathcote Williams’ play AC/DC for the Royal Court Theatre, which won an award for Best Play of the Year. She went on to star in several theatrical productions (including Sarah B. Divine) and was just beginning to break into television by 1973 when she was offered the dual role of the Usherette/Magenta in Richard O’Brien’s The Rocky Horror Show. Patricia opened the very first performance of The Rocky Horror Show with the song “Science Fiction Double Feature” on the 16th of June, 1973, at The Theatre Upstairs (Royal Court) in London. The show rapidly become a massive success and moved to bigger theatres (the Chelsea Classic and the Kings Road Theatre respectively). However, as an ambitious, multi-talented young actress, Patricia was keen to move on to other roles, and the BBC’s series Shoulder to Shoulder followed in 1974, in which Patricia gave a dynamic performance as Christabel Pankhurst. This was the perfect showcase for Patricia’s talents and exposed her to her widest audience yet. This was followed by her portrayal of Elizabeth Siddal in The Love School, a six-part series about the Pre-Raphaelites, in which she starred alongside Ben Kingsley. The film The Rocky Horror Picture Show followed in 1975. Patricia stepped back into the role of Magenta, and a screen icon was born. Patricia lost her opening song – “Science Fiction, Double Feature” – to Richard O’Brien; while he sang it, however, the infamous glossy red lips at the beginning of The Rocky Horror Picture Show most definitely belong to Pat! The film wasn’t an instant success but gradually began to acquire a world-wide cult following which today is stronger and bigger than ever. Patricia enjoys the phenomenon surrounding the film and attends Rocky Horror conventions around the world. Patricia continued to work hard after Rocky and went on to star in countless productions alongside some of the biggest names in entertainment, and she herself became a household name with her unique and versatile style. Her resumé is an enviable list of notable performances in film, theatre, and some of the most popular and iconic television shows – including Doctor Who, Minder, I, Claudius, The Professionals, Bergerac, and Tales of the Unexpected. With her very distinctive voice, an inimitable presence, and an effortless scene-stealing ability, there is only one Patricia Quinn. She is witty, charming, and gracious to her fans, who hope that there is much more to come from this unique and beautiful lady.

Ming Chen’s road to the Stash all began in 1995, when the college student, video store employee, and Kevin Smith follower developed a fan website based on the movie Clerks. Smith, who appreciated Chen’s work, reached out and asked him to create the Web site for his production company, View Askew Productions. Fifteen years later, not only does Chen continue to work on all of Smith’s online projects, but he has also ventured into several other areas within the Kevin Smith empire, most recently hosting a weekly podcast called I Sell Comics! with Michael Zapcic on Smith’s radio network, S.I.R.!: SModcast Internet Radio. Chen is not only the technical expert for The Stash, but he is also the perfect person to send out to do the jobs no one else wants to do. He takes it all with a smile, and is happy to be a part of the team. During his free time, Chen serves on the board for the non-profit organization Root to Rise. Chen has been married to his wife Debbie for 14 years and has two children, Lillian and Harrison.

Taimak grew up in New York City until he was seven years old. Coming from an interracial background (African American and Italian) his parents chose to move him, his brother and two sisters to Europe.
That’s where he got his first taste of the entertainment business. At 11 years old, he had the privilege to meet legendary director and family friend Federico Fellini. Mr. Fellini took Taimak and his family on a tour of Cinecitta studios and the set of “Roma” where he also met another film legend, Vincent Minnelli. They eventually moved back to New York City where he delved deeper into martial arts training. At 18 years of age, he won the New York State kickboxing championship, and the very next year he was cast by music mogul and Motown legend Berry Gordy to play the lead role in the cult classic film “The Last Dragon”. He was Bruce Leroy, the Bruce Lee wannabe in search of “The Glow”. Taimak was quickly catapulted into Hollywood with a career that has spanned over twenty years. He’s appeared in many stage plays, including the highly successful “Roadhouse the Comedy” at the Barrow Street Theater in New York City, playing the notable role of Dalton in this zany comedy rendition of Patrick Swayze’s 80’s cult classic film and the national tour of the star-studded cast of “Cheaters” to name a few.
As martial arts choreographer and teacher, he had the honor of being inducted into The Martial Arts Hall of Fame in 2010. He’s worked with Madonna as martial arts coordinator for her Drowned World Tour, Debbie Allen, as well as Gavin Rosedale as martial arts choreographer for his Chemicals Between Us video.
Last year he finished shooting an indie comedy/martial arts film called “Enter the Fist and the Golden Fleece”, Oliver Stone’s son is the co-writer and lead in the film.
He’s recently completed a detective story he directed and wrote, a short film called “I’ve Seen Things”, it will be released this year.
Taimak has completed his autobiography “Taimak- The Last Dragon and is currently on a U.S tour. You can find his book on Amazon.

At an early age Nicole had an interest in all types of art. Painting, drawing, sculpting etc. As she got older the love for horror and Halloween grew to a passion of setting up her house and making props to scare kids every Halloween. She took a small class about Halloween makeup and realized she had found the thing she wanted to do in life. Makeup was a merge of art and Halloween. She then took two more classes for fantasy and professional makeup. She started working as a freelance artist on FX and Beauty Makeup, then worked as an artist for M.A.C Cosmetics. Now opening her own Shop Vicious Vanity Fx in Roseville CA. Vicious Vanity Fx is a full running shop offering everything from Special Fx to Beauty makeup and Classes. Nicole was crowned the first female Winner of Syfy’s Face off Season 3 on October 31st 2012!! Face Off is a competition/elimination series testing the skills of selected artists from around the world. Challenges incorporate effects make-up, and include a wide range of skill sets including prosthetics, 3-D design, sculpting, , casting and molding. After Face off she continued to work hard at FX winning her two more awards. Nicole was titled Raw artist of the Year at the 2012 RAWards in Sacramento CA and received the Vanguard Award from the California Film Foundation 2013.

A New York Times best-selling author, Daniel Way got his start in 2000 when he was awarded the prestigious Xeric Grant for Violent Lifestyle, his first attempt at comic book writing. Only a few short months after that book was published, he was contacted by Marvel Comics and asked to write for them, eventually penning many of their top-selling titles including Venom, Ghost Rider, The Incredible Hulk, Wolverine: Origins, Astonishing X-Men and Deadpool, the character with whom he is most closely associated due to his historic 65-issue run on that title. Though he currently concentrates mainly on his creator-owned work, such as the critically acclaimed graphic novel Gun Theory (Dark Horse Comics) and the upcoming, Kickstarter-funded graphic novel Kill-Crazy Nymphos Attack!, co-created by himself and twin filmmakers Jen and Sylvia Soska, he still on occasion writes for other publishers, such as the upcoming Hit-Girl series for Image/Millarworld. In addition to his work in comics, Mr. Way has also worked in video games (Activision’s Deadpool), television and film, having consulted on the Deadpool film at the personal request of the film’s director. He lives in North Carolina and Hawaii.

Johnny Yong Bosch got his start fighting giant bugs as Adam Park, the Black Ranger on Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. It is a role that he would play for three and a half seasons on TV, two motion pictures and two special guest appearances in future Power Rangers seasons. After Power Rangers, Johnny became very involved in voice acting work for various anime titles; usually landing the lead role. His first major voice acting role was Vash the Stampede in Trigun. He will later go on and play the voices of Kaneda in Akira, Renton in Eureka Seven, Claus in Last Exile, Clair in Heat Guy J, Sakaki in Witch Hunter Robin, Mike in Please Twins, Albert in The Count of Monte Cristo, Kiba in Wolf’s Rain, Itsuki in The Melancholy of Haurhi Suzumiya, Ichigo Kurosaki in Bleach, Lelouch Lamperouge in Code Geass, Izaya in Durarara, Yukio in Blue Exorcist and Orga in Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron Blooded Orphans. Johnny’s voice can also be heard in numerous video games. He voices the main character Nero in Devil May Cry 4 and performed voiceover work in .hack//G.U. , Persona 4, Disgaea 3, Tales of Symphonia, Tales of the Abyss, Eternal Sonata, Bumblebee in Transformers: War for Cybertron, Yang in Street Fighter IV, Zero in Marvel VS Capcom 3 and Torian Cadera in Star Wars The Old Republic. When Johnny is not voice acting, he is the lead singer and rhythm guitarist of the band Eyeshine.

Barbara Goodson’s career covers many years and many genres. Among her hundreds of characters, the throat ripping voice of “Empress Rita Repulsa” on the Mighty Morphin Power Ranger’s TV series, past films and live shows is still her claim to fame. Barbara also created the voice of “Mother Talzin” in Star Wars: The Clone Wars where she received a Best Actor Award. She recently voiced the “Demon” in the soon to be released psychological thriller, Tell Me Your Name, “Agnes” on Mr. Pickles, “Weathersnike” in Bottersnikes and Gumbles on Netflix, “Evil-Lyn” for the Masters of the Universe app and sung “Granny’s Yard” for Bitty Baby/American Doll. Other notables are “Princess Leia” for Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens, “Kyla Mex & Clauda” in Star Trek Online, “Laharl” in Disgaea, “Naota” in FLCL, “Red Fraggle” in the animated Fraggle Rock, “Granny Chiyo” in Naruto, “Song’s Mother” in The Last Airbender, “TheShaman” inLegend of Korra, “Lady Vashj and Alexstrasza” in World of Warcraft, “Kid Goku/Zero” in Dragon Ball Z, “Salomon & TK’s Mom” in Digimon, “Sera” & “Marie Crystal” in Robotech, “Darling” in Lady and the Tramp II, and “Cruella Deville”& “Cinderella’s Step Mother” for Disney-On-Ice. Barbara also received an Earphones Award for narrating “Blair Clemons” for the book On A Night Like This and was so proud to be a part of the wonderful cast of the children’s series CloudBread, playing “Wooli” the sheep and “Ruiz” the fox, “the grannies” and numerous “kids voices” which was nominated for an Annie Award and an International Emmy Award for children’s programming. Recently, Barbara played “Mrs. Erickson” in a gray wig for Episode 2 of Harley Quinn & The Joker VS. The Real World. She has also voice matched Jacki Weaver in “The Five-Year Engagement” and can be seen in the horror movie The Chosen  as “Nana”, the “Wise Shaman” in the indie sci-fi film Home Sweet Home, in Good Satan as “Mother Teresa”, “Cybill” in Home Away From Home, “Aunt Eloise” (Doug Jone’s sister) in Cruel Will, and “Olga, the crazy landlady” in the web series LaLaLand. She’s very much looking forward to being part of the cast of the upcoming movie, The Order starring many of the original Power Rangers and other notables.

Now in Star Wars Episode VII “The Force Awakens” as the laugh of Cratinus in Maz Kanata’s Castle, Storm Troopers and many background voices, Mark Dodson is best known for Star Wars Episode VI “Return of the Jedi” as the voice of Jabba the Hutt’s cackling court jester, Salacious Crumb. From the Star Wars galaxy “Ewoks: The Battle for Endore” he is the voice of Ewok, Teek Named by horror fans as, The voice of their childhood nightmares, for the mischievous mogwais and gremlins in “Gremlins” and “Gremlins 2.” He is the voices of many of the zombies in the godfather of zombie films, George Romero’s, 1985 cult classic, “Day of the Dead.” With more than 30 years as a voice actor, Mark continues to add his unique style of character voices to video games like “Star Trek Online,” “Nancy Drew,” “Dungeons and Dragons Neverwinter,” “Heroes of Newerth,” “Smashmuck Monsters,” “Lucius,” and hundreds of other titles. Mark is the ongoing voice of Remington Rifles and Ammunition, Panasonic, Wild Turkey Whiskey, NASCAR, Mike’s Hard Lemonade, and has been heard on thousands of other national commercials. Narrating for hundreds of television episodes and specials on History Channel, Outdoor Channel, CBS Sports and ESPN, are among the many places you will hear the voice of Mark Dodson. Mark Dodson – a fan favorite at comic and horror conventions nationwide and honorary member of the 501st Legion!

Felix was born in a small village outside Rome, Italy. Silla trained as a circus performer, came to the United States in 1955, and toured with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. His multiple talents as a bareback rider, trapeze artist and tumbler brought him to Hollywood, where he became a stuntman, starting with the Gig Young-Shirley Jones vehicle, A Ticklish Affair. His best-known roles are Litvak, the maniacal, miniature Hitler who menaces George Segal in The Black Bird (his favorite role), and Cousin Itt on the long-running TV series, The Addams Family. He was also responsible for the physical performance of the robot Twiki in the TV series Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, a role for which the voice was supplied by Mel Blanc or Bob Elyea. In part due to his short stature of 1.19 m (3 ft 11 in), he has doubled, often for children, in such movies as The Towering Inferno, The Hindenburg, and Battlestar Galactica. He also played an Ewok in ROTJ! Felix is appearing courtesy of Galactic Productions!