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Jeff Anderson

Jeff Anderson
New Jersey native Jeff Anderson is an actor, director and screenwriter well known in the View Askew universe as Randal Graves in the films Clerks, Clerks II and Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back.
 
1994’s Clerks earned Jeff an Independent Spirit Award for Best Debut Performance, and he also received a nomination for Best Male Performance at the Chicago Film Festival for his role in Love 101. In 2002 he wrote, directed, and starred in Now You Know. In 2008 he appeared in Kevin Smith’s romantic comedy Zack and Miri Make a Porno alongside Seth Rogen and Elizabeth Banks. He has also appeared in other films such as Vulgar and Dogma. Jeff has also done voice-over work for the animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars, the Clerks animated television series and the video game Randal’s Monday.
 
In October of 2019, Kevin Smith announced on social media that Clerks III had entered the planning stages, and confirmed Jeff’s return as Randal Graves alongside other previous Clerks cast members.

Cooper Andrews

Cooper Andrews

Cooper Andrews quickly became a fan favorite as Jerry, right hand man of King Ezekiel during The Walking Dead’s seventh season. As the show continues into its tenth season he has proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that there is a lot more to Jerry than peach cobbler and a winning smile.

Cooper is also known for his role as Y0-Yo on AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire. He also appeared alongside Jason Momoa and Julianne Nicholson during the second season of Sundance’s The Red Road, and his other television work includes time spent on sound departments for various productions, as well as guest starring on Hawaii Five-O, and Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell. He has filmed several independent films, including Golgotha, Mandie and the Secret Tunnel, Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, the TV film Thin Ice and the heist action thriller Den of Thieves. Most recently, Cooper appeared in the DC superhero hit Shazam!

Cooper was born in Smithtown, Long Island, NY. He enjoys cooking, screenwriting, archery, weightlifting, and his mother’s Raspberry Mountain Pie.

Lee Arenberg

Lee Arenberg
Lee Arenberg is an American actor who works on both stage and screens. He is known to movie fans around the world for his starring roles in Walt Disney Pictures Pirates of the Caribbean films where his portrayal of the pirate Pintel and his catchphrase “Ello Poppet!” is a favorite for many. Arenberg starred on the ABC television show Once Upon A Time playing the dual roles of Grumpy/Leroy loyal friend and soldier for Snow White and all of the fairytale heroes. Lee has also performed in over 60 movies throughout his successful career including Waterworld and Dungeons and Dragons. His many TV credits range from every Star Trek spinoff to Friends, Seinfeld and Californication.

Lee is also a founding member of The Actor’s Gang theater company a Los Angeles institution and has performed with them on stages across America and the world.He currently resides in Venice Beach, California.

Martin Klebba

Martin Klebba
Martin Klebba is known for his work on Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (2006), Jurassic World (2015) and Left Behind (2014).
 
Martin worked in 4 of the 5 POTC movies as Marty the pirate. He performs his own stunts and is a well respected stunt man in several Hollywood films. He has countless series TV and made for TV movie appearances.

Kevin McNally

Kevin McNally

Kevin McNally is best known for portraying Mr. Joshamee Gibbs alongside Johnny Depp’s iconic Captain Jack Sparrow in all five entries of Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, as well as providing the voice of Joshamee in the international bestselling game Kingdom Hearts. He is also known for portraying Judge Richard Woodhull in all four seasons of Turn: Washington Spies. Kevin made his film debut in the James Bond film The Spy Who Loved me In 1977 and has been working steadily over the past 40 years. Other films include Johnny English, The Raven, Legend, Phantom of the Opera, and Valkyrie with Tom Cruise.

He has appeared in many episodes of Supernatural, Doctor Who, Downton Abbey, Midsomer Murders, The Good Fight, The Outpost, and Designated Survivor opposite Kiefer Sutherland. Video game credits include Assassin’s Creed and Kingdom Heart III. Most currently he has been seen in the series The ABC Murders, Unforgotten, Das Boot (Both seasons), Catherine the Great with Helen Mirren and Season 4 of The Crown on Netflix. Currently he is filming Dr. Who with other exciting announcements to come.

Brian O’Halloran

Brian O'Halloran

Brian O’Halloran, first-generation American son of Irish immigrants, was born in New York and moved to New Jersey at the age of 10. He discovered his love for acting at age 15, and became active in theater in high school and college.

In 1994 he appeared in Kevin Smith’s Clerks, but continued to work as a stage actor with the Boomerang Theatre Company, the New Jersey Repertory Company, and the Tri-State Actors Theatre, among others. While filming Clerks II, Brian also appeared as Reverend Parris in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible at Holmdel Theatre Company.

Brian has been seen in many other Kevin smith films, including Dogma, Chasing Amy, Mallrats, and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. The title role in the 2000 film Vulgar was specifically created for him. Brian has also been seen in The Happening, Miss December, Bloody Slumber Party, and Flea. Kevin Smith recently announced that Brain will reprise his role of Dante in Clerks III; he will also appear in the upcoming Mallrats sequel, Mallbrats. His other upcoming projects include Hindsight 2020, Shooting Clerks, Off-Time, and Bad Frank.

Alex Vincent

Alex Vincent

Alex Vincent was born in New Jersey. He first appeared as Andy Barclay in the Chucky Franchise.  Following Child’s Play, he had acting roles in various films including Wait Until Spring, Bandini; Just Like in the Movies; and My Family Treasure.  Alex returned to acting for Curse of Chucky, and Cult of Chucky!

After stepping away from the acting world for a few years, Alex moved from his home state of New Jersey to Florida. He continues to pursue opportunities in film, both in front of the camera and behind it.  He has been writing since an early age publishing poetry books and submitting opinion editorials on various topics. Alex is currently working on a few screenplays that he is hopeful he can put on film. 

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