Rubber Chicken Cards is the brain child of Steven. Besides trying to rope and tie all of these amazing creative people by pretending to be management, Steve is foremost the guy who creates the character designs for all of the characters and is the concept creator and head writer for most of the card-toons.. Steven is an award winning animator and illustrator from projects like "A Kid's Guide to the Smithsonian Museum" and "A Brief History of Time" (the CD of the Stephen Hawking Book). In addition, Steven has created hundreds of designs for one of the leading print greeting card companies. Currently, along with his Rubber Chicken Cards duties, Steven is a Professor of Animation at Santa Monica College.
Steven plays the following roles: Spittoon, Jacques the Dummy, Good Cop, a Flashback Boy, Sal the Bat, Dave in the Diner, Frankie, Happy Hour Dog, Maurice the Biker, Dah Sport and Dah Sportess, Stinky Dog, the Translator, Dr. Maybaum, Larry the Loungeman, Blitzen, Jim Breeder, the Son of McDoodle, Andy the Beaver, one of the Two Fools, Ed of the Packrats, Montgomery of the Professors, Dottie Rat, Winsor, Father Time, God, one of the Geeks, Bongo the Beatnik, Hot Lips, Dave of Marlene and Dave, Nostradamus, Puss, Bert in General Store, and Dale Vacwit in Roadshow.
Fred entered the UCLA film school (Animation Workshop), where he received an MFA in Animation. This is where he met Steve. For the last billion years, Fred has a made a living as a voice actor for TV Animation, Radio, Video Games, Features, and Amusement Parks, and can be heard on "Family Guy", "American Dad", "Robot Chicken", "Ben 10", "Tom Goes to the Mayor", "Invader Zim", "The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy", "The Emperor's New School", "The Ultimate Avengers" (Hulk), "Barnyard" (The Farmer), and "X-Men" (Beast) and various shows from Disney, Nickelodeon, and Cartoon Network (Adult Swim). He's most happy with the work he's been doing with Rubber Chicken, because of the open freedom he gets "improv jamming, writing, and performing" with one of his favorite artists, Steve, and "making delightful train wrecks for others to lovingly experience".
Currently Fred can be heard in Kung Fu Panda, Secret Life of Pets, Power Rangers, Hotel Transylvania 3, Frozen 2 and 1, Scoob, Space Jam (as the Tasmanian Devil), Kid Cosmic, Devil May Care, Marvel’s Moon Girl, and scores and scores of other amazing projects.
Fred plays in the later versions of the following roles: Bad Cop, a Flashback Boy, Vinne the Bat, Eddie, Happy Hour Dog, , Reporter in Dah Sport, Donner, Jimmy Breeder, McDoodle, Randy the Beaver, Wizard, Charles the Professor, and one of the Geeks, Mr. Klayman in General Store, the Host in Roadshow.
Fred is one of the best voice-over actors in the world and is constantly working, a rare feat in the entertainment world
Emmy Award winning Dialogue Director and two-time Annie Award nominee CHARLIE ADLER (Starscream) is one of the industry's most sought after Dialogue Directors and Voice Actors for animation . In 2007 he lent his voice to the character of Starscream in Michael Bay's live-action hit, "Tranformers," and reprises the role in "Revenge of the Fallen." He has lent his Dialogue Direction talents to the remake of The Nutty Professor starring legend Jerry Lewis, the series Flapjack (Cartoon Network), the Direct to Videos "Dante's Inferno","Dead Zone", "The Blue Elephant" with Carl Reiner and Martin Short and several more titles for the Weinstein Co. Charlie has most currently worked on several pilots for several networks as well. He has Dialogue Directed all the Klasky Csupo franchised series and feature films, "Rugrats" (Emmy Award)"The Wild Thornberry's", "Rocket Power" and "All Grown Up" as well as "Stripperella" (Pamela Anderson) "The Replacements" "The Emperor 's New School" and "The Buzz on Maggie" all for Disney Television.
As a Voice Actor, Adler has appeared as series regular in over 100 animated series often playing opposite himself in multiple roles such as Cow, Chicken and the Red Guy in the Emmy Nominated Cow and Chicken, playing 5 roles in the GI Joe series as 5 characters including COBRA Commander. Currently airing is his manic Mr. Whiskers in Disney's "Brandy & Mr. Whiskers"3 roles in "Pet Aliens" and 2 roles in" Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks" for PBS. Adler's metamorphic voice is heard an average of 20 times a day all over the world. Adler's other notable characters are Buster Bunny in Steven Spielberg's "Tiny Toon Adventures," Ickis in "AAAHH!!! Real Monsters" and Ed and Bev Bighead in "Rocko's Modern Life." He has also been a Smurf, was an original G.I. Joe, an original Transformer and a Glow Friend has starred as the Baboon in "I.M. Weasel" opposite Michael Dorn. In the cult feature "Cool World' he played opposite Kim Bassinger and Brad Pitt as Nails, the neurotic sidekick. Named one of the 'Top 13 All Time Voice-Over Artists' by Animation Magazine and 'Voice of The Decade' by Animation World News, Adler is at the undisputed top of the world of voice for animation.
Currently, Charlie has used his prodigious talents as a Voice Director. His credits as voice director include Nickelodeon's Blaze and the Monster Machines, Wabbit (season 1), Kulipari: An Army of Frogs and Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny. He also plays MODOK on Avengers Assemble and many others.
Rubber Chicken Cards is so excited to have Charlie on our team. He is joy to work with and such a genius that it defies the imagination. To watch him grab a script for the first time and put in a World Class performance is miracle to behold.
Charlie plays the roles of Stinky Dog, Furball Franny, Dottie Rat, Jack the American ventriloquist, Nostradamus, and Aunt Gloria, Rufus the Veteran Dog
Martha is a performer, teacher, and darn talented woman. Martha supplies Rubber Chicken with many of the great women's voices on our site, including Guptah, Julia, and Louise the Angel, Sara, etc. Her past actorly adventures include a reoccurring role in As The World Turns, her own national talk show, Break Away, time on LA LAW, innumerable commercials, corporate industrial films and corporate trainings... and Stand Up Comedy. In addition, Martha had the first children's show on HBO called Martha's Attic.
" I've been creating, playing, writing and generally laughing my butt off ( which sooo beats dieting) with Steve since Rubber Chicken Cards began. My time in the Hen House continues to confirm the infinite variety of creative genius and my joy in reveling in it. I also share, with Steve the feeling of gratitude about be able to "work" at something that lifts the spirit, incites laughter, and causes good feelings and silly ones to reign supreme. I am delighted at the prospect of continuing to make this kind of contribution to the world! Science has long since proven that our ability to heal, to learn, to think, to create and maintain our well being is absolutely enhanced and supported by the Fun Factor … may I always assist you in keeping yours high!"
Martha plays the roles of the following: Louise the Angel, Marta Stewartski, Selma Goldfarb, Guptah, Marlene, Ruth of the Packrats, Sarah, Julia, Betty Ann Beeman, Mother, Madam Blubartsky, Carlita D'Mechanic, Madam President, and Sister Mary. Her newest character is the lady on the Book Review Cards.
Melissa has created a loyal following around the world for her lovable and quirky Rubber Chicken Card characters including "The Psychick", "The Flight Attendant" and "Way up North's" Diane. Melissa has also written original scripts for
the company. As an actress, Melissa has starred on Broadway in the 2003 Tony Nominated Musical Revival of "Big River" as Mary Jane Wilkes. She just completed a run at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles in Pippin. Melissa also performed in one of the leads in the Broadway show Bonnie and Clyde.
Some of her film credits include "A Lot Like Love", "The Great Commission", and "Speed Dating". Melissa has also had Guest Starring roles on "Chicago Hope", "Love and Marriage" and was a series regular on the comedy pilot "The Whitney Show" . As a studio singer Melissa can be heard on dozens of promo spots.
Melissa plays the following roles: The Psychick, Flight Attendant, Diane from Way Up North, Cowgirl Annie, On the Runway, Stella at the Broadway Diner, Dreamtime, and one of the Mothers.
Stephen was born and pretty much raised in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, CANADA where the very first check was received by Rubber Chicken Cards, serendipitous?...perhaps. Forming a string quartet with his mother, sister, and brother he performed in Mexico, where he lived on and off from age eleven to fifteen, at fifteen spent a half year chunk studying Flamenco guitar with a gypsy. Also lived in the mountains of France as a Weeeeeeee! Lad. Picked up many other instruments and musical styles along with his growing years. Traveled, toured and studied all over the planet. Moved to New York City at age 18 to study music/cello. Spent 13 years there in New York: Studied Opera singing, went to acting school, did stand up comedy, played and toured with song writers, was a member of a theater company, and wrote music for plays. Moved to Los Angeles in June 2004.
Stephen is one of the most original talents in voice over today. His career will be skyrocketing soon.
Stephen plays De la Noche, in the Coffee Shop Broadway, and The Minstrel, the Muse, the Gondolier, and the announcer in Da Sport.
Raised in Evanston, Illinois she started training when she was nine at The Piven Theatre Workshop studying improvisation and Story Theater with Joyce and Bryne Piven. She received her BFA from New York Universities Tisch School of the Arts where her other influence was her teacher David Mamet. Her big "break" came when Penny Marshall cast her in the feature film A League of Their Own as the illiterate ball player "Shirley Baker." She hasn't stopped working since. She has been in films such as Multiplicity with Michael Keaton and Andie McDowell, and What Planet are You From opposite Annette Benning and Gary Shandling for director Mike Nichols. She has worked with her siblings John and Joan in Gross Pointe Blank, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil and Americas Sweetheart. Currently is is featured in "The Informant" with Matt Damon. Current film credits incude Nightcrawler and Accepted.
On television a few of her credits include Close To Home, Grey's Anatomy, The Ghost Whisperer, ABC's movie of the week, Fatal Contact, Six Feet Under, Ally McBeal, Fraiser, Star Trek Enterprise, Charmed, and One Tree Hill. She has also starred in Lifetime's Maggie, NBC's The Jeff Foxworthy Show and the critical acclaimed David E. Kelly's The Brotherhood of Poland New Hampshire as Chris Penn's wife.
Anne plays Ellen in Ellen and Winsor, one of the Mothers, and Charlene the bat. Ann will surely play lots of great characters in the future.
teve Mittleman was born without a chin. It got weaker from there. It haunted him his whole life. When he was sad about it, people would ask, "Hey Steve, why the short face?" It used to take him (only) 3 - 4 hours to change a pillowcase. Then, Steve was asked to be on Extreme Makeover and was given a remarkable chin, 2 clefts and 9 dimples. His sense of humor remains intact as long as he can find it. Oddly, now that Steve is easier on the eye, he's doing voice-over work. Steve also smells like stucco which ABC used when he had his plastic surgery mistakenly done on Extreme Makeover Home Edition. Steve writes, acts and travels the country doing standup for corporate and Jewish events. You can contact him through SteveMittleman.com.
Shindle was born in Toledo, Ohio, grew up in Brigantine, New Jersey and Moorestown, New Jersey and attended high school at Bishop Eustace Preparatory School. She was a double major in sociology and theater (with a minor in musical theater) at Northwestern University. She has worked as an actress in New York since 1999.
Shindle appeared (as a replacement) in the Broadway production of Jekyll & Hyde as understudy for the role of Lucy and several other roles. After being cast by co-directors Sam Mendes and Rob Marshall, she played the role of Sally Bowles in the 1998 Broadway revival of Cabaret on the national tour in 2000–2001, and on Broadway during June–July 2001. She played this role again in the Maltz Jupiter Theatre (Jupiter, Florida) production, starting in January 2012, and was nominated for a 2013 Carbonell Award. In 2007-2008 she appeared in the Broadway musical Legally Blonde as Vivienne Kensington. She played the Mad Hatter in the Broadway production of Wonderland in 2011.
She appeared in a concert version of Jeykll & Hyde in September 2004 at the Mohegan Sun Casino's Cabaret Theatre in Uncasville, Connecticut, playing Lucy. She then toured in the United States with the concert version, starting in September 2005, and recorded the role on the Jekyll & Hyde: Resurrection album.
In 2014, she wrote a memoir, Being Miss America: Behind the Rhinestone Curtain, published by the University of Texas Press.
In 2015, she defeated incumbent Nick Wyman for the presidency of the Actors' Equity Association
Recent credits include, Gossip Girl, Law and Order, the good fight, and elementary
Doug has worked many times in many places...which is excellent for paying bills. Broadway/National Tours: Take Me Out, Deathtrap Off Broadway: Fiction (Roundabout), Bad News on a Cracked Plate (A.T.A.), Passover (American Jewish Theatre) Regional Theatre: Many moments of Drama at-- Actors Theatre of Louisville, The Old Globe (SanDiego), Seattle Rep, The Wilma (Philly), Capital Rep (Albany) Film: Sixteen films- Favorites-- Murder of Crows, Red Target Telivision: Contract Roles on Four Corners, As The World Turns, One Life to Live and lots of guest spots, his favorite of which was recurring as 'Jack Crusher' on Star Trek--TNG . Doug would also like to confess that he's always been uncomfortable writing about himself in the third person.
Doug is featured in our Broadway Extravaganza.
After attending Princeton University and NYU Graduate School for acting, Vanessa Marshall began to perform stand up and sketch comedy at the COMEDY STORE, the IMPROV & the ACME COMEDY THEATRE in Los Angeles. Currently her voice can be heard on many national network TV commercials and several cartoons. For full details, visit: www.VanessaMarshall.com.
Vanessa plays Angie the bat and will play many more in the future.
Three time nominee and Emmy Award winning actress for her role in thirtysomething, MELANIE is a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City. Upon graduation she toured the country for a year in the National Tour of GODSPELL, followed by her first co-starring role with Academy Award winning Art Carney in Paul Mazursky's HARRY & TONTO. She is probably best known however for her compelling performances in Claudia Weill's critically acclaimed independent feature, GIRLFRIENDS, for which she was nominated for a British Academy Award. Melanie was one of the regular cast members of ABC'S Emmy Award winning series, thirtysomething, receiving her three Emmy nominations and Emmy award for her work on the show.
Currently Melanie is directing her head off on shows like Jane the Virgin and Pretty Little Liars.
Melanie plays God and the Mother and will play many more in the future.
Shaw Purnell’s creative journey spans both coasts and forty years of creative turns on stage and screen. Since their collegial thespian days at Lexington Conservatory Theater in upstate NY, Shaw has been a fan of Steve's gift of gab and his sly subversive sense of humor. Recent projects include short films; "Tsehai" and "Blue Square Heart." and the TV series', "Rebel" and "Single Parents".
Shaw plays the roles of Goddess and the Mother.
Sadly, Richard passed away on October 3rd, 2005. Besides being a man of vast talents, he sang, he played many instruments, he wrote scripts, did animation, and played so many of these characters, from Cowboy Bob, to Eddie, to Dottie Rat, he was also a great friend who would listen for hours and hours to mere gibberish.
Richard is and will be forever sorely missed in this project of the heart. He is survived by his wife Tania and his creative, wonderful, and beautiful daughter, Kaziah Raymonde.
Richard played the early versions of the following roles: Cowboy Bob, Jack, Bad Cop, a Flashback Boy, Tony the Bat, Woody Guppie, Eddie, Nostradamus, Happy Hour Dog, Lonnie the Biker, Reporter in Dah Sport and Dah Sportess, guests on the Translator, guests on Dr. Maybaum, Barry the Loungeman, Donner, Furball Frannie, Jimmy Breeder, McDoodle, Poet Laureate, Dottie Rat, Randy the Beaver, Wizard, one of the Two Fools, and Tone the Beatnik.
We are extremely happy to have Ron Feuer join us as a composer of original songs for many of our new greeting cards. Ron's impressive list of credits encompasses many styles and areas of music. Years of recordings, studio work, film and television, plus live shows and concerts with Elvis Presley, Diana Ross, Ann Margret, Gladys Knight, Olivia Newton John, Liza Minelli and many other performing artists have molded Ron into the ultimate musician's musician. By the way, Ron is the featured jazz piano soloist on the soundtrack of the recent award winning movie Sideways.
"I am thrilled to be working with my good friend Steve Rotblatt. Many times we discussed how we could collaborate artistically on a project together and rubberchickencards has become the perfect vehicle for it."
Born and raised in Guatemala. She studied at the Instituto Maria Auxiliadora to become an Elementary School Teacher. At the age of 21, she moved with her sister to Los Angeles, California. Originally her plan was to experience life in America for six months but she decided to stay longer in the US and attend the Academy of Entertainment and Technology and get certified in 2D and 3D Animation. She always loved old school cartoons and becoming an animator was one of many dreams. At AET she met Steven Rotblatt, her Flash Animation teacher, who gave her the opportunity to be an Intern at his company Rubber Chicken Cards, where she became part of the staff a few months later. Maria Jose loves art, humor, color, drawing, software, gadgets, computers, music, dance, fitness, nutrition, sunshine, nature, teaching, languages, health and personal development books. Her goal is to teach fitness, nutrition and personal growth through videos and animated clips to make the learning process fun for kids and adults. And she wants to do it in Spanish, English, Italian and Portuguese! Does that sound crazy? We’ll see… Some of the original work she created for Rubber Chicken Cards includes the Rube Goldberg e-cards for “4th of July," “Thank You” and Veronique, the French Canadian waitress.
I am part of a lucky few that get to do what they love for a living! In my case that is Drawing Cartoons! As a kid I was amazed grown-ups earned a living making all the cool cartoons that I loved to watch. My Parents would tell me ‘Work Hard and Dream Big’ and they pushed me to push my pencil. Long story short: I went to art school, got a degree and now living my dream! Thanks Mom & Pop! Aside from animating long into the night my time is THOUGHTFULLY divided between Video Games and Dragon Slaying. I have an addiction to Cool Stuff and Gadgets and thankfully my boss, Mr. Rotblatt, has been very supportive through my struggle with this nasty, nasty addiction.
Carlos has moved on and has been working as a director for Bo Jack Horseman and the new Mike Judge animated project. He is a brilliant animator and has remained a great friend to Rubber Chicken Cards. He years with us helped us to create a high standard of animation.
Born and raised in Southern California, Kelly started drawing cartoon characters as a boy and continued his formal art training throughout high school and college. After graduating he went on to have success as a realistic watercolor artist having works exhibited in esteemed juried shows such as The National Watercolor Society and Watercolor West. In the late 1990's, he worked as a Texture Map Artist at a video game company in Irvine, California and received much of his digital art training there. Kelly has worked as a freelance Illustrator and Graphic Designer for over 15 years. Wanting to continue his digital art training, he took several courses at the Santa Monica College, Art & Entertainment campus where he learned Flash from Steve Rotblatt. Kelly was hired as an animator at Rubber Chicken Cards in 2008 and loves hanging with the animation team and creating works that make people laugh. He lives in Santa Monica with his partner Joe and in his free time enjoys photography, drawing odd characters, music, film, and being a tea snob.
Kelly, like Carlos, has moved on from Rubber Chicken Cards, thouogh he comes back from time to time to do some character work and animation. Like Carlos he is a friend and we honor his contribution to our effort. He is currently working on the new Mike Judge project and background for Bo Jack Horseman.
As a kid, I loved watching cartoons. I would make sure to get up early to watch my Saturday morning cartoons and thought, 'I want to do that'!. My love for cartoons expanded to movies and television as well. I wanted to learn how to draw and make characters move; how movies and TV shows are actually made. I knew I wanted to be part of that world, in some form or another. I enrolled at Cal State LA University as an art major and took Steve Rotblatt’s storyboard class. He encouraged me to keep practicing my drawing and to enroll in his Flash class. I did and the next thing I knew, I was here, finally, after many years of hard work. I’m getting to do something I love for a living!. In my spare time I love to draw, read books, watch movies/tv shows, listen to music and spend time with my friends and family."
Mayra has moved on and is working for Renagade animation for ABC Mouse. Mayra is one of the most fun people on Earth, always smiling and laughing her brilliant laugh.
Rich Flanders ("Cowboy Bob," "Woody Guppie") appeared on Broadway in the long running musical, "Shenandoah," toured in the First National Company of "Annie," and has appeared in repertory, stock and dinner theatre companies around the country. His recent CD, "Yondering," is an album of classic western songs of earth, sky, and the great lone places. "Yondering reaches deep into the heart, bringing a sense of peace in an unsettling world." (Musical Medicine Newsletter, Inner Harmony Health Center) When Steve, the "head chicken," heard "Yondering," he invited Rich to join the merry band at Rubber Chicken. "Helping to create heartful music and laughs with some of the zaniest folks on the planet is about as good as it gets," Rich says. "Anyway, it beats tending cattle."
The instrumental accompaniment on "Cowboy Bob" and "Woody Guppie" is provided by gifted songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Ken DeAngelis. Ken and his wife, soprano Julie Ziavras of JAZ Music Productions, also produced "Yondering" and are featured on it.
Dismount and set a spell at www.richflanders.com
Corey Rotblatt is an artist and UX designer that is also a partner in Rubber Chicken Cards. Corey created the idea for the ASMR cards, wrote and voiced them. In addition, she writes and designs our Foodie Cutie Cards. Corey has over 500 designs in our print card effort. Corey is a trained, professional chef who instead of designing beef dishes now designs print cards and animations.
Max is a rising comic talent. He spends his free time frolicking through the polluted air of Los Angele, making people laugh in hopes of making peoples’ lives marginally better. He has been doing voice over for Rubber Chicken Cards since he was a teenager, creating quality content in such cards as Food Eaters, Audition, Donner and Blitzen, and others. He trained in Improv at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade and hosts a weekly show with his troop Ground Control. You can also see him perofrm in various venues or winning money from your grandparents in darts at a bar around LA.
Noah is in the 4th grade and is a funny, smart, and talented fellow. He writes the scripts, does the music, and acts in the Lincoln series for Rubber Chicken Cards.
Connecticut-born actor Bill Smitrovich (on May 16, 1947) started his acting career rather late. A Masters degree holder from Smith College and a former acting teacher at the University of Massachusetts, the actor earned his big break in an understudy role in the world premiere of Arthur Miller's "The American Clock" at the Spoleto Festival, a production that went to Broadway. Other stage parts have included "Food from Trash," "Requiem for a Heavyweight," "Far East" and "Frankie & Johnny at the Claire de Lune." Bill was a founding member of the No Theatre Company, now in association with the Wooster Group, whose members included Willem Dafoe and the late Spalding Gray. Bill made his 1978 New York debut in the company's production of "The Elephant Man."
In the early 1980s he started tackling film and TV roles, often playing good cops and assorted villainous types. He made his film debut in a small role in A Little Sex (1982) and went on to play a prime part in the TV-movie pilot of Miami Vice (1984). A co-starring detective part on the series Crime Story (1986) led to more visibility. He finally became a household face (if not quite a name) as former construction worker-turned-restaurateur Drew Thatcher, the father of three on the critically acclaimed dramatic series Life Goes on (1989). Co-starring with Patti LuPone (of "Evita" fame), they played parents to a son born with Down Syndrome (portrayed by Chris Burke). The much-admired family-oriented show, which went on to deal with other topical themes such as AIDS, lasted four seasons.
Since then Bill has involved himself in raising public consciousness and sensitivity of Down Syndrome. He has hosted the annual "Life Goes On Celebrity Golf Classic" for the Down Syndrome Association of Los Angeles. Following this TV success, Bill co-starred on the A Nero Wolfe Mystery (2001) with Timothy Hutton and Maury Chaykin, had a recurring chief prosecutor role on The Practice (1997) and played a lieutenant in the Fox hit series Millennium (1996). His many film roles include Key Exchange (1985), Renegades (1989), The Trigger Effect (1996) with Dermot Mulroney, Independence Day (1996) with Will Smith, a strong role as a public defender in Rob Reiner's Ghosts of Mississippi (1996), Air Force One (1997) and, more recently, as a general in Kevin Costner's Cuban Missile Crisis drama Thirteen Days (2000). He also played Alexander Haig in the TV-movie biopic on Ronald Reagan starring James Brolin and Judy Davis.
Married to Shaw Purnell and the father of two, he has played a number of high-ranking officials, both good or corrupt, over the years. Most of Bill's recent work into the millennium has been on the small screen with guest appearances on such popular shows as "Nash Bridges," "NYPD Blue," "24," "Numb3rs," "Law and Order," "Criminal Minds," "Brothers & Sisters," "Desperate Housewives," "Boston Legal," "Castle," "Californication," "Two and a Half Men" and "Grey's Anatomy," with regular/recurring roles on such series as The Practice (1997), Without a Trace (2002), The Event (2010), The Last Ship (2014) Dynasty (2017). Occasional big screen supports include Thirteen Days (2000), Iron Man (2008), The Rum Diary (2011),Eagle Eye (2008), Ted (2012) and its sequel Ted 2 (2015), The November Man (2014), Bitch (2017) and Valley of Bones (2017)
Bill Plays the Father and in Good Cop bad Cop
Andie Bolt is one of the most creative and fun humans on the planet. She is a stand up comedian, a great improv artist, and a wonderful person.
Andie Bolt was born on November 1, 1984 in Bakersfield, California, USA as Andrea Lee Bolt. She is a writer and actress, known for Red Baroness Warrior Single Lady (2015), Wizards (2020) and Mary + Jane (2016).
She plays the roles of Sofie in Jersey, Deb in Autopsy, and Sinclair (she improvs this on the spot)