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The Tenth Man
CAST & CREW (click photos for larger images)
CRISTINA CIMELLARO (Producer/Group Sales) Cristina is an acting student of the Beverly Hills Playhouse the newest member of the Camelot Staff holding the titles of Director of Development and Producer. She is pleased to have The Tenth Man as her first production.

Contact:
cristina@camelotartists.com

DEAN KREYLING (Production Stage Manager) Dean is currently a student of directing and acting at the Beverly Hills Playhouse, founded by Milton Katselas. Dean's most recent credits as a director include productions of Beirut, Savage in Limbo and Jerry and Tom, for the New York stage. Much thanks to our director, Gene Reynolds, for his strong focus, vision and many lessons.
GENE REYNOLDS (Director) Gene’s chance to become a major league baseball player gave way to his career as a child actor in films where he starred or was featured in over thirty productions. As an adult, in a weak moment, he gave up acting for a job as a casting director in television which, naturally, led to work as a director, writer and producer of such series as Room 222, m*a*s*h, and lou grant. Gene has been a longtime director member of Milton Katselas’ Master Class. For Camelot Artists Gene has directed Time of Your Life and Of Mice & Men at the Skylight Theatre.
CAST (click photos for larger images)
ADAM DONSHIK (Arthur Brooks) Adam is excited to be making his Camelot Artists’ debut with The Tenth Man. Originally from Connecticut, he received his BFA in Acting with a minor in Cognitive Neuropsychology from Carnegie Mellon University and then hastily moved to Los Angeles. The BHP his become his home away from home, both working there as the Senior Interviewer and studying with Milton Katselas in the Master Class. Past theatre credits include Dexter Haven in The Philadelphia Story, the one-man show You Tell Me... directed by Katselas and, most recently, Mother Courage directed by Jessica Kubzansky. Film and TV credits include First Daughter, Threat Matrix, 24, The OC and the 2006 season finale of CSI. Adam thanks his parents, Gary Imhoff, Richard Lawson, Gene and especailly Milton for their support and guidance that keep him going.
MARTIN DURRANTE (Harris (Double Cast)) Martin has always been a theater fan and started acting in his retirement. He has done leading roles in The Gin Game and The Sunshine Boys for community theater and has appeared in several SAG movies. He studies at the Beverly Hills Playhouse.
GADI EREL (Kessler Boy) Gadi was born in Israel where he lived until 2001. After concluding his army service, Gadi traveled throughout the globe. He finally decided to settle in Los Angeles after his travels and has been active in the entertainment business for the past couple years. Gadi’s films include Miriam, The Honeyfield’s, Ralphie and Life's A Movie.
TANIA GONZALEZ (Evelyn Foreman) A native of Miami, Tania, also a dancer and singer, attended one of the first performing arts schools in the country earning a scholarship through the National Endowment for the Arts and graduated from the Florida State University BFA program. She now proudly attends the Master class with Milton Katselas at the Beverly Hills Playhouse. This is her second production with Camelot Artists, the first being the world premiere of Four in 2003, written and directed by Mr. Katselas. Some other favorite stage credits include: Twelfth Night, Marat-Sade, Hayfever, and Romeo and Juliet. Tania has also been directed by Anthony Edwards on ER, and George Clooney in his HBO show Unscripted. More credits include The Profiler, The Trouble with Ross and numerous commercials. She is thrilled to be working with and would love to thank Gene Reynolds, the wonderfully talented cast of The Tenth Man, and finally Mr. Katselas.
GARY GROSSMAN (Sexton) Feature films include Bachelor Party, Mr. Saturday Night and Leprechaun 4. Television credits include: Series Regular On The Air (ABC), recurring roles Push Nevada (ABC), Night Court (CBS), Wonder Years (ABC) plus guest starring roles on Everyone Loves Raymond, Mad About You, Murphy Brown, just to name a few. Gary has been the Executive Producer for Camelot Artists since 1984 and recently became its Executive Director. He has produced over 200 stage plays, including over 50 world premieres. Among his other celebrated productions are Romeo & Juliet (3 LADCC Awards), AIDS Us (3 LADCC Awards), Dylan (3 LADCC Awards), Lone Star, Balm in Gilead, Four and Visions and Lovers. For television he co-produced the MOW Sadie and Son (CBS) and the sitcom pilot Man in the Kitchen (ABC). He is most proud of his 22 year association with director Milton Katselas and The Beverly Hills Playhouse, where he is a longtime student of Milton's master class, as well being a member of the teaching staff. Gary dedicates his performance to his wife, Sandra Phillips Grossman, his son Colin, and the memory of his father Gerald Grossman.
CARTER JACKSON (Kessler Boy) Carter is fresh to LA from NYC where he has made his life for 7 years. Film: Grey in Independence (late 2006); Broadway: Our Town w/ Paul Newman; He is a Repeat Offender at the Blue Coyote Theater Group (NYC) where he did Busted Jesus Comix and played Tap in Leaving Tangier (2003 Samuel French award winner). Education: Dartmouth College, Neighborhood Playhouse, BHP. Thanks to Gene, Dean and everyone in The Tenth Man for bringing him in. Without family, he would not be here. Without friends, he would be here but would not survive. Without Sarah, he would not want to.
JOSSARA JINARO (Evelyn Foreman) Jossara is an accomplished South American actress. She recently filmed Oliver Stone's World Trade Center. You may know her as Rae from Passions (story line nominated for a 2006 GLAAD award) or as Courtney Messina (Cheech Marin's daughter) on Judging Amy. Other film & TV credits include Rob Zombie’s Devil's Rejects, Rick Pagano’s Ten Tricks, ER, Strong Medicine, Without a Trace and Virgina Bustos in the sitcom, Viva Vegas which earned her an ALMA nomination. She has performed in numerous theatres including, ACT in San Francisco, Chicago's Teatro Vista, The Kennedy Center, The Doolittle, Pasadena Civic, LATC, and Teatro Sinergia. Recent stage roles include the historically famous Sor Juna in The Nun and the Countess and Blue in Beirut. Jinaro hold's a BFA in Musical Theatre Performance. She thanks Maestro Milton for bringing out the Dybbuk in her and the inspirational Gene Reynolds for being her Rabbi though this unforgetable journey. She dedicates this performance to her Jewish grandmother in Colombia.
ALEX CRAIG MANN (Arthur Brooks) Alex, a New York transplant, attained his B.A. in theatre from the University of New Hampshire, studied Shakespeare at Cambridge University, England, and presently studies with Milton Katselas at the Beverly Hills Playhouse. He has appeared in feature films including Frank Oz's Bowfinger, Terry Gilliam's Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Henry Jaglom's Festival In Cannes and can soon be seen in the Happy Madison production Strange Wilderness. Television credits: Friends, Seinfeld, Party of Five, King of Queens, Strong Medicine, and recently Fox's pilot Vanished, directed by Mimi Leder. As a director Mr. Mann is in pre-production for two films, and directed Camelot's production of Eric Bogosian's Suburbia (Entertainment Weekly's Best Director Award). He is very excited to be in his 5th Camelot production and second helmed by Gene Reynolds (the first was William Saroyan's The Time of Your Life). Mr. Mann would like to thank Milton Katselas for his teaching, Gene Reynolds for his guidance, and his wife, Gabrielle Wagner, for her love and support.
DIHLON MCMANNE (Policeman) Dihlon was most recently was seen performing his one man show Jersey Boy at The BHP. Other credits include Lisa Loomer's Living Out (The Mark Taper Forum) directed by Bill Rauch, The Deal (International City Theatre) directed by Allan Miller, The Amazing Kozmo (The Actors Gang) and Camelot Artists’ production of The Time Of Your Life directed by Gene Reynolds. Dihlon has won The Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Best Actor Award, an LA Drama-Logue and an Obie for his role as Mike in Steven Berkoff's East which ran for over a year at The Magic Theatre in San Francisco and La MaMa E.T.C. in NYC. Dihlon has also worked with El Teatro Campesino, Berkeley Repertory, Intersection For The Arts and Theatre Artaud to name a few. Film and TV credits include Final Analysis with Richard Gere, Wake with Martin Landau, Prospect directed by Octavio Solis, The Practice, NBC's soap Passions and the soon to be released feature Lost Signal.
BURT METCALFE (Alper) Burt returns to acting after a forty year hiatus. He left acting to become a casting director in 1965, then produced, wrote, and directed for several TV series. His longest run was M*A*S*H on which he worked in all these categories for 11 years. A graduate of UCLA he had many TV, Film and Theater credits in the 50s and 60s including Father of the Bride, the CBS series in which he played the groom, the classic Twilight Zone episode The Monsters are Due on Maple Street, and the feature, The Bridges at Toko-Ri, in which one of his shipmates was an actor named Gene Reynolds.
MICHAEL PREMINGER (Harris) Born in the Bronx, Mike began his stand-up comedy career at the famous Improvisation in New York. He has performed throughout the country as both a headliner and opening act for such performers as Connie Stevens, The Four Tops and The Temptations. His many TV appearances include The Dean Martin Show, The Merv Griffin Show and The Tonight Show. His screenwriting credits (with partner Rick Podell) include a number of TV movies and the highly acclaimed theatrical feature, Nothing in Common starring Tom Hanks and Jackie Gleason.
JOSEPH SICARI (Foreman) Joesph can be seen in Kicking & Screaming with Will Ferrell now on DVD. He just completed Stiffs with Danny Aiello & Leslie Ann Warren and The Last New Yorker. Theatre: National Co. Damn Yankees (Van Buren) with Jerry Lewis. NYC: Dames at Sea (original); Price of Fame with Charles Grodin, Loose Ends, Golden Boy at the City Center. NY & LA Shakespeare Festivals: Tempest (Trinculo with Anthony Hopkins), Othello (Iago), Comedy of Errors (LA Drama Critics Award). He has worked in most regional theatres throughout the country and has been privileged to work with Agnes DeMille, Tennessee Williams, Harold Clurman and Fingers Germinelli. TV: Guest Star in over 150 shows including The Sopranos, Seinfeld, NYPD Blue, Law & Order, Antony & Cleopatra with Lynn Redgrave; opposite Liza Minelli in Triple Play. He has directed such actors as Leslie Uggams, Pat Harrington, Ed Asner, Barbara Bain, Larry Pressman in many plays & musicals including The Price, Creation of the World and Championship Season. Mr. Sicari is a long time student of Milton Katselas.
JAMES SLOYAN (Schlissel) Mr. Sloyan’s LA shows include the Actors for Themselves, Wenceslas Square, The Changing Room (The Mark Taper Forum), Gehsemane Springs, Bloomers (The BHP). NY credits include: Indians, Dream Out of Time, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Spitting Image, Spiro Who?, Christmas Dinner. The New York Shakespeare Festival: King Lear, Romeo & Juliet, Titus Andronicus, King John, Troilus and Cressida, Hamlet, Macbeth, Henry V and others. Feature Films: The Sting, The Disappearance of Aimee, Xanadu, Honor Thy Father, The Traveling Executioner, The Gang That Couldn’t Shoot Straight, Burning Down Tomorrow, Paradise Lost, Time to Timbuktu. TV Series (starring and recurring): Party of Five, Star Trek: DSN, Dr Quinn, Oh Madeline, Murder She Wrote, Ryan’s Hope. Miniseries: Centennial, Blind Ambition, The Billionaire Boy’s Club. Over 13 MOWs and numerous Guest Star appearences. He is currently a member of Milton Katselas’ Master Class and has been the voice of Lexus since 1989.
HOWARD STORM (Zitorsky) Howard, one of television’s preeminent comedy directors, graduated from the comedy club circuit to direct Valerie Harper in her series Rhoda, his first TV assignment. He’s helmed such popular long-running sitcoms as Laverne and Shirely, Mork and Mindy, Taxi, Major Dad, Alf and Everyone Loves Raymond, to mention a few. He's directed such stars as Robin Williams, Penny Marshall, Billy Crystal, Steve Martin, Tony Danza, Bob Saget and Jim Carrey in the film Once Bitten. He's written scripts for All in the Family, The Patridge Family and the original Bob Newhart Show. Howard made his theatrical acting debut on Braodway in Joan Rivers' play Fun City. As a comedian, he appeared on the Johnny Carson, Steve Allen and Merv Griffin shows. He’s performed in all the major nightclubs throughout the country, The Copacabana in New York, Mr Kelleys in Chicago, San Francisco's Hungry I and was one of the featured comics in Woody Allen's Broadway Danny Rose. Howard has taught directing at Northwestern University, UCLA, USC, the Art Center of Design, and the Univeristy of Cincinnati.
MANUEL E URREGO (Policeman) Manuel was born and raised in Bogota, Columbia and received his first training at Arizona State University in Theatre and Dance. He went on to dance professionally with the Chicago Ballet, California Ballet, ABT and Stars of American Ballet. Film credits include Collateral, Irish Eyes, The Game, Mid Century, The Cherokee Kid, A Star is Born and This Side of the Mind (Orson Welles). He has been a recurring character on Six Feet Under, Robbery Homicide, and Common Law. He has guest starred on The West Wing, The Agency, Thieves, American Family, Philly. He thanks all the teachers at the BHP, especially Milton Katselas, all his fellow students, friends and family. He is the proud father of three children, Amanda, Hannah and Manuel Jr.
MICHAEL YAVNIELI (Rabbi) Michael’s previous theatre credits include Curley in the critically-acclaimed Of Mice & Men, The Time of Your Life opposite John Glover (both directed by Mr. Reynolds), Tim in Balm in Gilead, and three original one act plays, including the hit RSVP by Jorge Garcia. Television credits include recurring roles on 24, Alias, and The King of Queens, as well as guest appearances on Strong Medicine, The Shield, and Unscripted (directed by George Clooney), among others. Film credits: The Boondock Saints, and Academy Award nominated short Tyger! Tyger! Michael studies at the BHP with Milton Katselas in both the Advanced Class and the Master Class. He wishes to thank Mr. Katselas for his mentorship and friendship, Richard Lawson and Gary Imhoff for their unfailing guidance, his wonderful family for their support and his beautiful wife, Tania (Evelyn Foreman), for being the Muse.