Jason has co-starred in numerous television shows, including Baywatch, Blossom, and Deep Space Nine. He starred in Almost Home with Britney Murphy, and Tom, starring Tom Arnold and played Nelson, DJ’s boyfriend, on Full House. Shortly after a “teen-hearthrob” gig on Boy Meets World, he joined the cast of Step by Step. His on screen credits extend across TV and film including White Squall with Jeff Bridges, The Jamie Foxx Show, Ally McBeal, Just Shoot Me!, and his guest starring role as Kim, the “pocket gay,” on Will & Grace.
Jason has also amassed over 100 credits behind the mic. He has lent his voice to the main character in Academy Award-winning Spirited Away and to the son in A Goofy Movie. At present, he is wrapping the first season of Hasbro’s GI Joe: Renegades for the HUB network, Fairly Odd Parents for Nickelodeon, and The Garfield Show on Cartoon Network. Video game fans will hear him in Fallout New Vegas, Knights of the Old Republic, and Tak and the Power of Juju.
Levine’s TV and film credits include Charmed, 1000 Ways to Die, Untold Stories of the ER, Oculus (also directed by Flanagan) and the web series Speedie Date. He has worked with such directors as Jarrett Lee Conaway (Bite Me), and continues to work both theatrically and commercially.
Having arrived on screen following a lengthy background in theater bringing American classics to the stage, Levine’s credits span from California across the Atlantic into Europe. He has a Masters of Fine Arts, and is currently based in Los Angeles, California with his wife and newborn twins.
For her work on ABM, Nicole was awarded Best Actress in a Web Series in CherryGrrl.com’s 2009 Readers’ Choice Awards, and was nominated in the Best Supporting Actress category in the 2010 and 2011 Indie Intertube Awards, Indie Soap Awards, and American Soap World Awards. Nicole has been named one of AfterEllen.com’s Hot 100 for two years running, and graced the cover of the June 2010 issue of BOUND Magazine, in which she was called ‘the next Angelina Jolie.’
In addition to her on-camera work, Nicole comes from a strong theatrical background, having received her BFA in Drama from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Nicole is also a trained vocalist, having studied opera and musical theatre from the time she was 13, and is currently pursuing the genre closest to her heart, folk rock.
Phil has been profiled numerous times for his extensive voice-over work, which includes featured roles in Hoodwinked Too!, Zambezia and Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa; regular roles on the animated series Futurama, Kaijudo, Samurai Jack and Justice League Unlimited; recurring roles on Family Guy, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and Young Justice as well as parts in videogames like Rage, Dead Island and Infamous 2.
In addition to the films Pulp Fiction, Step Brothers, and Free Enterprise, Phil also played the lead role in director Tim Russ’ A Night At The Silent Movie Theater. Phil took on the role of Cowboy Curtis in The Pee-wee Herman Show both on Broadway and in the Emmy-nominated HBO special and appeared in the Dreamworks feature Real Steel with Hugh Jackman.
Space Guys In Space marks Tom’s third collaboration with Epic Level Entertainment. He played Col. Smithson in season two of the zombie-slayer series Bite Me and has groomed a loyal following of henchmen and retainers while writing and starring as The Dungeon Bastard, professional D&D player and adventure coach.
Ryan has been fortunate enough to let his inner geek become a major player in his career thus far; all those countless hours his parents thought he wasted on video games, comic books, and role playing have started to pay off. He is grateful to have finally been a part of an outer-space show…in space, as the Left Albinard.
Since coming to Los Angeles, Mary is most known for her role as as
“Monkey Woman” on SyFy’s Who Wants to be a
Superhero?, starring comic book legend Stan Lee. She has also
played dozens of roles in short and feature-length films such as the
2011 comedy/horror Addicted to Blood, and
Daughters of Darkness (2007). In her free time, Mary
enjoys playing Australian rules football, geocaching, riding her
motorcycle, and learning new skills (ice skating being the latest).
|Written by||Tony Wallace|
|Directed by||Daniel Capuzzi|
|Executive Producer||John Frank Rosenblum|
|Executive Producer||Tony Wallace|
|Executive Producer||Jason Marsden|
|Co-Executive Producer||Nadja Tegen|
|Associate Producer||Paige Barnett|
|Original Music By||Karl Preusser|
|Editing||Daniel Capuzzi, Cindi Rice & Jason Axinn|
|Costume Designer||Pheobe H. Boynton|
|1st Assistant Director||Scott Michael Leventhal & Nathan Atkinson|
|Production Designer/Art Director||Matt deMille|
|Set Decoration||Chloe Hamasaki & Jessica Bamburg|
|Art Department Buyer||Jessica Bamburg|
|Set Construction||Garrett Devol, Scott Michael Leventhal, Chloe Hamasaki & Jessica Bamburg|
|Key Hair & Makeup Stylist||Andie Henderson|
|Hair & Makeup Stylist||Carolina Gonzalez|
|Script Supervisor||Paige Barnett|
|1st Assistant Camera||Eamon Wright|
|2nd Assistant Camera||James Gingold|
|Production Sound Recordist||Phillip Bladh|
|Post Sound Mixer||Geoff Edwards / Streamworks|
|Transportation Coordinator||Saul Dudley|
|Unit Production Manager||John Frank Rosenblum|
|Location Manager||Mark Bendeck|
|Special Effects||Michael Del Rossa / Multivision FX|
|Technical Coordinator||Evan Shearer|
|Optical Effects||Evan Shearer, Cindi Rice & Bo Howe|
|Title Animation||Steelehouse Productions|
|Title Design & Animation||Jason Yang|
|Titles 3D Support||Nathan Glemboski|
|Praetorian Pod Model Design & Creation||Michael Del Rossa / Multivision FX|
|Still Photographer||Dorian Kingi|
|Technical Consultant & Offsite Lighting Wrangler||TC Harrison|
|Alien Trainers||Tyrael Inari Wallace & Talasia Raven Wallace|