Doug Eboch is best known for writing the original script for the movie "Sweet Home Alabama." While very proud of this film, it has typecast him as a romantic comedy writer. He's hoping Microbe will be the first step in pursuing stories closer to his true passions. Doug has degrees in screenwriting and film production from USC film school. He's written and directed for stage (Prank Monkeys, Sleepover at the Stable) and games (Nightmare Cove).
Scott's latest movie: Dead Season
Scott's latest Commercial
Scott Peat (Pike) has starred in over 70 national TV commercials and done guest roles on shows like NYPD Blue and Monk. He will soon be seen as the lead in the zombie film Dead Season.
Joan Farrell (Foley) has had rolls in a handful of films including Killing Frisco, White T and Death Tunnel. She also performed on stage in Prank Monkeys, directed by Doug Eboch.
|Amy Dallen hosts Geek and Sundry's comics vlog, Talking Comics. She's starred in several short films, including Moon Cycles.|
Roxy Shih has produced many films, including the award winning Seahorses and Deadly Revisions.
Roxy on IMDB.
|Andrew Shuford is an LA based Cinematographer with a wide array of accomplishments and a broad understanding of visual theory. His ability to adapt to various production environments, and his shaman like approach to lighting and camera work has earned him the respect of his peers and a long list of clients including Hollywood celebrities and even The President of The United States. Andrew excels in both narrative formats and documentary, and has worked for the likes of: HBO, The Discovery Channel, The Obama Campaign, ESPN, and HGTV amongst many others.|
Reed Johns has designed such films as Seahorses and Beyond the Mat. He even worked on Sharknado!
Howard Heard has had divergent interests in filmmaking, creative writing, and math and sciences. He has been a film editor for more than thirty years, working on forty-six features, more than fifty hours of prime time episodic television, pilots, miniseries, four documentaries, and other short films and commercials. He co-edited the Emmy Award-winning episode of "St. Elsewhere" entitled, "Afterlife," and the Eddie-Award-winning MOW, "Women of Valor" for CBS.
Tim is a recent Art Center College of Design graduate who has already won an Emmy and an Addy.
Chesney is a successful pop singer and song writer. Check out his website.
Che Thornhill - Assistant Director
Sigmund Wong - Script Supervisor
James Tucker-Robbins - Stereographer
Doulos Kun - Camera Assistant
Kimo Keoke - Stunt Coordinator
Mario Colli - Gaffer
Vicky Constanitou - Key Grip
Matt Kendrick - DIT/Production Sound/Assistant Editor
Kevin McCarthy - Boom Operator/Stunt Assistant
Cynthia Lauren - Hair and Make-up
Marla Phagu - Craft Services/Catering
Roger Cordon - Key Production Assistant
Neha Dutta - Production Assistant
Laura Holliday - Production Assistant
Jack Larkin - Production Assistant
Phillip Mottaz - Production Assistant
Rebecca Gold - Swing Production Assistant
Michael Dinh - Swing Production Assistant