Francis of Brooklyn: Joseph Pascutazz (Juniper) and Josh Wick (director)
Josh Wick‘s feature work includes Lemon (2013) (as producer), Francis of Brooklyn (2012) (as writer and director) and The Assassin (2007) (as producer and co-writer). He also stars in (and was associate producer on) Orphaned (2012) and stars in White Creek (2013), both feature films by Nameinuse Productions. Past performances include the short films Black Creek (2012), K (2009) and Hole in the Sky (2007).
Mr. Wick was a performer and producer on the feature films PSYCH-O-CYSTS (2005) and MESHUGGENEH (2009). In 2007 and 2008 Mr. Wick created the live video mix for the off-off broadway documentary theatre production, A PARANOID’S GUIDE TO HISTORY.
As an actor, Mr. Haqq has worked in the entertainment industry for over seven years, based out of New York City, making numerous appearances on television, radio, and stage. His credits include: LAW & ORDER on NBC, HBO’s award winning ad campaign SURPRISE, directed by Sam Mendes, numerous commercial ad campaigns for Citigroup, Time Warner Cable, Comedy Central, McDonalds, the U.S. Navy, and the New Jersey Board of Tourism, just to name a few.
Devin is an M.F.A. graduate of the Alabama Shakespeare Festival’s Professional Actor Training Program.
Devin E. Haqq was writer, director, producer and star of the feature film, THE ASSASSIN, which is currently represented by digital content agency Cinetic Rights Management and, beginning in 2010, will be distributed online through broadband portal Babelgum. THE ASSASSIN was honored to be included in the Nashville Film Festival, Urbanworld VIBE Film Festival, Pan African Film Festival, the Lake Placid Film Forum, as well as, the IFP-NY Rough Cut Lab.
Mr. Haqq is currently in preproduction on his second feature film as writer and director, UWAKI, as well as producing the feature film FRANCIS OF BROOKLYN. In 2006, Mr. Haqq produced the feature film ALYSSA & SARA. He is also the author of ADEPT VOL. 1 (1st Round Qualifier of the 2005 Project Greenlight Screenplay Contest) and co-author of THE BACCHAE (1st Round Qualifier of the 2007 Slamdance Horror Screenplay Competition).
Charles has been acting in stage, film and television in New York City for almost ten years. A member of Barefoot Theatre Company, his stage credits include Fucking Vigwan (or Swag) and Raft of the Medusa at the Cherry Lane Theatre, NEXT! at the HERE Arts Center, Security at Theater for the New City, and Here. This. Now. at NY Fringe Festival. Film credits include The Assassin, Assata AKA Joanne Chesimard, and The Last International Playboy. Charles has appeared in the television shows Law & Order, 30 Rock and Rescue Me.
A successful commercial actor, Charles has appeared in and voiced national campaigns for companies such as Coca Cola, Home Depot, Burlington Coat Factory, ESPN, Verizon, Wheat Thins and McDonalds, among many others. He also portrays the character of Rico Velasquez in the highly successful Killzone video game franchise on Sony Playstation.
Charles is a graduate of the 2 Year Conservatory Program at Maggie Flanigan Studio.
Coming up in 2012, look for Charles as the host of “The Scorecard” on the Back9 Network.
William McCrabb graduated from the Orange County High School of the Arts and trained at Playhouse West. He has been in over one hundred plays, and is currently a screenwriter living in the Los Angeles area.
Mark MacElhiney is originally from the Boston area. At some point during his 14 plus years of living in New York he became an honorary “New Yorker”. He graduated with a B.F.A. in Fine Art from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. In addition to acting, he plays and enjoys music, writes screenplays and short stories, and makes art.
He is currently residing in “the wilds” of North Carolina
Kurt began his acting training at Penn State University and continues it today at Michael Howard Studios and Upright Citizens Brigade, among other New York training grounds. Recent credits include the title role in “The Night Carter Was Bad” at 59e59 and “Appetite for Destruction” at the Sanford Meisner, as well as the pilot episode for the office-based sitcom, “Port Eighty” and the short comedy “Six and a Half”.