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American Actor – Jason Gerhardt

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American Actor – Jason Gerhardt

Jason Gerhardt, born in Austin, Minnesota, is an American actor, best known for his role as Cooper Barrett on the American ABC daytime drama “General Hospital.”


At a young age, Gerhardt lived in many other cities in the Midwest when his father got promoted in his company Hormel, best known as the producer of Spam luncheon meat.

It was in Nebraska that Gerhardt made his first foray into acting. He was cast as “The Claus” in his elementary school production of “The North Pole Goes Rock-n-Roll.” Though this role could have launched him into Hollywood stardom, he was more interested in sports than acting, at the time.

It wasn’t until high school that Gerhardt was encouraged by friends and family to once pursue acting. He joined the show choir and performed in a few musicals and plays. Even with all of that experience, acting still wasn’t his calling…just yet. He left for college with the goal of becoming an investment banker or maybe a politician.

Attending the University of Wisconsin, Madison was a life changing experience for Gerhardt. It was there that he joined the University of Wisconsin gospel choir and met some amazing friends.


With his degree in accounting, Gerhardt headed to Kansas City to work for Sprint. In his time outside of work, he was very active in children’s ministries for various churches, and was the lead singer in a church band.

When his promising career at Sprint was cut short due to corporate downsizing, Gerhardt took that as a sign that it was time to follow his heart. He began to see that acting was what he was meant to do.

Gerhardt’s first step was to sign with Exposure, Inc., a local KC talent agency, and to enroll in some acting classes. Through Exposure he did some modeling and industrial video work, while picking up whatever odd job he could find.

Through one of Gerhardt’s auditions, yet another rejection, he was fortunate to meet his current manager and friend, Anthony Barnao. This was a big step for Jason that started opening doors previously closed to him. Not only does Anthony serve as Jason’s manager, but he is also a gifted teacher and acting coach who has helped Jason to hone his skills.


Gerhardt’s first acting role came in 2006, when he had a small role in “The Doers of Coming Deeds”, a short drama, directed by Jerry Buteyn. A year later, he landed his big break, on the ABC soap opera “General Hospital,” playing the part of Cooper Barrett.

An avid sports fan, Gerhardt enjoys playing tennis, football, basketball and gymnastics.

Canadian Television Series Actor – Forbes March

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Canadian Television Series Actor – Forbes March

Forbes March was born on May 12, 1973 in Bristol, England, UK and raised in Halifax, Nova Scotia in a very creative environment.


His father is columnist-philosopher Dr. Peter March; his mother, Janette March, is an English/music teacher. Following in his parent’s academic footsteps, March enrolled in the pre-med program at McGill University in Montreal, but soon left to explore his artistic interests.

He moved to Vancouver in pursuit of an acting career and landed the first role he auditioned for in a national campaign for Kennar Toys. Soon after, he won a recurring role in the popular Canadian television series Northwood.


March moved to New York where he was granted a full scholarship at the prestigious Lee Strasberg Institute. Shortly after, he landed the well-loved role of Scott Chandler on the long-running ABC daytime drama All My Children.

Most recently, he received a Best Supporting Actor nomination at the Methodfest Film Festival in Pasadena, CA for his portrayal of Jay in the award-winning film Way Off Broadway. He also appeared in the teen horror film, Campfire Stories, in which he starred with The Sopranos’ Jamie-Lynn Sigler.

March has graced runways, billboards and the pages of magazines in ad campaigns for Tommy Hilfiger, Giorgio Armani, Nautica and Marlboro Clothing. A true world traveler, he has lived and worked in Europe, Asia, South America, Canada and the United States. An avid reader, he is also proficient in Italian, piano, violin and guitar.


March now makes his home in Toronto, Canada, with Vanessa Sergio and their daughter.

Dirty Love (2005) …. Hot Bacon
Campfire Stories (2001) …. Kyle
“Mutant X” (2001) TV Series …. Jesse Kilmartin

American Actor – Ryan Phillippe

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American Actor – Ryan Phillippe

Ryan Phillippe, born September 10, 1974 in New Castle, Delaware as Matthew Ryan Phillippe, is an American actor.

His first role was as Billy Douglas, daytime television’s first gay teenager, in the ABC daytime drama One Life to Live. After leaving the show, he moved to Los Angeles, where he struggled for a time before landing a number of small parts in various television shows and movies, including White Squall (1996).

Later that year he played the part of Barry Cox in I Know What You Did Last Summer with Jennifer Love Hewitt. The movie was a summer hit and led to a starring role in 54 in 1998, alongside Salma Hayek, Mike Myers, and Breckin Meyer.

In 1999, Phillippe landed the role of Sebastian Valmont in Cruel Intentions, a modern retelling of the Choderlos de Laclos’ novel, Les Liaisons Dangereuses. The movie was both a critical and box office hit amongst its intended teenage audience. This was the second time that Phillippe had worked alongside television’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer star, Sarah Michelle Gellar. He also appeared alongside his future wife, Reese Witherspoon.

In 2000, Phillippe starred opposite Benicio Del Toro in The Way of the Gun, followed with his role as a wizard software engineer in the high-tech thriller Antitrust. In 2001, Ryan co-starred in Robert Altman’s critically-acclaimed Gosford Park, with several of England’s most respected actors, including Maggie Smith, Derek Jacobi, Helen Mirren, and Emily Watson.

Ryan plans to forge a career as a producer with his production company, Lucid Films.

Ryan hails from a fairly ordinary background; his father works as a chemist for DuPont and his mother manages a day care center.

In 1997, Ryan attended a party given for Reese Witherspoon’s 21st birthday. Upon meeting the guest of honor, Phillippe was immediately mesmerized and spent all night talking to the young actress. The two began a long distance courtship by mail, e-mail, and telephone.

Phillippe and Witherspoon married in the summer of 1999 and had a daughter named Ava later that year. Their son Deacon was born in 2003.

Tlatelolco: Mexico 68 (2006) (announced) …. Patrick
Breach (2006) (pre-production) …. Eric O’Neill
Flags of Our Fathers (2006) (filming) …. John Bradley
Chaos (2006) (completed) …. Shane Dekker
Five Fingers (2005) …. Martijn
Crash (2004) …. Officer Hanson