Doug Bradley
The legendary Doug Bradley, who donned the pins and makeup of Pinhead for eight of the nine 'Hellraiser' films, has become a cult icon in the genre. Bradley was originally going to take the role of one of the movers in the first 'Hellraiser' film, but opted for the Lead Cenobite instead, and the rest, they say, is history. He is very close friends with Clive Barker, and the two have worked together on many projects over the years, including 'Night Breed' (1990), 'Salome & The Forbidden' (1998), and founding the 'Dog Company' progressive theatre group in London. Bradley is one of only five actors to play the same horror character on at least six consecutive occasions, joining Sir Christopher Lee (Count Dracula), Robert Englund (Freddy Krueger), Warwick Davis (Leprechaun), Brad Dourif (Chucky) and Tobin Bell (Jigsaw). His most recent genre fare includes 'Pumpkinhead: Ashes To Ashes' (2006), 'Wrong Turn 5: Bloodlines' (2012), 'Shame The Devil' (2013), and 'Death House' (2014). In addition to his on-screen work, Doug has performed narrations on several songs by English extreme metal band, Cradle of Filth, as well as contributing guest vocals to their 2008 album 'Godspeed On The Devil's Thunder', on all songs except 'Tragic Kingdom'. Forever a student of the acting craft, Doug is also the author of the book 'Sacred Masks: Behind The Mask Of The Horror Actor', which explores the history of masks in society and their applications in horror films. A regular on the convention circuit, Bradley is rumored to be working with Clive Barker on a re-make of the original 'Hellraiser' film. He lives in London with his wife Lynne, two children, and a cat.

Craig Sheffer
Craig Sheffer, who played Detective Joseph Thorne in 'Inferno', portrayed the lead role of Aaron Boone/Cabal in Clive Barker;s 'Nightbreed' (1990). He is also known as author Norman Maclean in 'A River Runs Through It' (1992), and played Heisman Trophy candidate quarterback Joe Kane in 'The Program' (1993). Among Sheffer's other feature work are 'Fire In The Sky' (1993), 'The Grave' (1996), 'Merlin: The Return' (2000), and 'Dracula II; Ascension' (2003). He also portrayed accused murderer Constant Bradley in the 1996 miniseries 'A Season In Purgatory' and nice-guy older brother Keith Scott on the CW Network series 'One Tree Hill' (2003) for three seasons until his character was killed off. Craig also recently took to the director's chair, having guided Ron Livingston and Rob Schneider in the 2008 dark comedy 'American Crude'. Most recently, Sheffer had a cameo appearance in the movie 'Stand Up Guys' (2012), with Al Pacino and Christopher Walken. He's also guest starred on several TV shows, including 'Criminal Minds' (2010), 'The Mentalist' (2012) and two episodes of 'CSI' (2012).

Nicholas Turturro
After 'Inferno', actor Nicholas Turturro (Tony Nenonen), already known and acclaimed for his role on 'NYPD Blue' (1997), continued his way in show business, both on the big screen and on television. His sister Aida was also well-known for portraying Janice Soprano on the HBO mob drama 'The Sopranos' from 1999-2007. In film, his credits include 'The Hillside Strangler' (2004), in which he was nominated for a Fangoria Chainsaw Award; the role of Brucie in the remake of 'The Longest Yard' (2005); the Adam Sandler comedy 'I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry' in 2008, and 'Takers' (2010). On the small screen, Nicholas has carved his niche in the detective genre, having appeared in 'The Protector' (2011), 'White Collar' (2012), and most recently in a recurring role in CBS' 'Blue Bloods' (2010-2014), alongside Tom Selleck and Donnie Wahlberg. His next feature is the comedy sequel, 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2' (2015), starring Kevin James.

James Remar
Veteran actor James Remar (Dr. Paul Gregory from 'Inferno') has spent the majority of his film career playing villains. He is well known as the aggressively sexual and violent Ajax in the 1979 cult film 'The Warriors', and played the murdering sociopath Albert Ganz in the 1982 hit '48 Hrs.' He was originally cast as Corporal hicks in James Cameron's 1986 hit sequel 'Aliens', but was replaced by Michael Biehmn shortly after filming began due to creative differences with Cameron. However, despite that, one piece of footage with Remar still made it into the final cut of the film, when the Marines enter the processing station and the camera tilts down, though James is not shown close-up, he's definitely there. He was also filmed from the back as the Marines first enter the compound and when Hicks approaches the cocooned woman, although it is unclear if it's Remar or Biehn. Remar's other films include 'Drugstore Cowboy' (1989), ,'Tales From The Darkside: The Movie' (1990), '2 Fast 2 Furious' (2003), and 'Blade: Trinity' (2004). Remar also portrayed the character of Raiden in the video game sequel 'Mortal Kombat: Annihilation' (1997), and a patrolman in the much-maligned remake of Alfred Hitchcock's 'Psycho' (1998). From 2006 to 2013, Remar co-starred in 'Dexter' on Showtime, portraying Dexter's adopted father Harry Morgan in a role nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor. Most recently, James voiced the autobot Sideswipe in 2011's 'Transformers: Dark Of The Moon', the third installment in the franchise, and for Quentin Tarantino in the gritty western 'Django Unchained' (2012). In addition, Remar has lent his voice to numerous cartoon characters, and frequently appears as a guest star on TV dramas, such as 'Hawaii Five-0' (2011), 'Grey's Anatomy' (2013-2014) and 'Franklin & Bash' (2014).

Nicholas Sadler
Actor and writer Nicholas Sadler has appeared in over 31 projects, most notably 'Inferno' (2000), 'Fair Game' (2010), and the remake of 'True Grit' (2010). Nicholas attended New York's famed Juilliard School, and got his first break in Oliver Stone's 'The Doors' (1991), alongside Val Kilmer. That part led to Nicholas gaining roles in Stephen King's 'Sometimes They Come Back' (1991) and his role as Mad Dog Coll in 'Mobsters', also in 1991. He has had major roles in films such as 'Scent Of A Woman' (1992), 'Disclosure' (1994) and 'Twister' (1996). In 1998, Sadler wrote and directed the short film 'Jesus Tells A Joke', which premiered at the Hamptons International Film Festival and went on to screen at festivals around the world, including Slamdance, Denver, and Deauville. Most recently, Nick has concentrated on his screenwriting, and operates his own website, www.nicksadler.com.

Michael Shamus Wiles
Veteran actor Michael Shamus Wiles, who portrayed Mr. Parmagi in 'Inferno', has carved his niche both on the big and small screens. He is perhaps best known for his roles in the films 'Lost Highway' (1997), 'Fight Club' (1999), and 'Rock Star' (2001). Wiles is no stranger to the horror genre, however, having appeared in 'Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III' in 1990, 'Puppet Master 4' in 1994, the 2003 TV series 'Angel', and most recently, Rob Zombie's witch opus 'The Lords Of Salem' (2012). On the small screen, Michael has guest starred in everything from comedies ('Malcolm In The Middle') to soap operas ('The Young And The Restless'), to hard-edged dramas ('Sons Of Anarchy'). He also appeared in the AMC hit series 'Breaking Bad' from 2009-2012 in the role of ASAC George Merkert, and as a bartender in the 2013 super hero sequel 'Iron Man 3' with Robert Downey Jr.

Sasha Barrese
Actress Sasha Barrese (Daphne from 'Inferno'), has gone on to success in films and on TV. She is perhaps best known in her role as Tracy in the hit comedy 'The Hangover' (2009), and its two subsequent sequels. She also starred in comedies 'Boy Meets World' (1999), 'American Pie' (1999) and 'Just Shoot Me' (2002-2003). Other credits to her name include the TV dramas 'CSI: Miami' (2006) and 'Supernatural' (2007), and the role of Virginia in the vampire flick 'Let Me In' (2010). Sasha, an avid reader, loves to play chess and poker, and even made it to the 'World Series Of Poker' on ESPN. In addition to that, she is an art enthusiast and regularly engages her followers on social media.

Carmen Argenziano
Carmen Argenziano, who played the police captain in 'Inferno', has appeared in more than 50 films and over 100 television shows or specials. One of Argenziano's best-known roles is as the recurring character Jacob Carter in the television series 'Stargate SG-1', a role he portrayed from 1998-2005. Argenziano excels when he plays an overbearing authority figure, so it's not a surprise that that is the type of roles he usually gets cast in. Dramas to his credit include 'CSI' (2006), 'CSI: NY' (2006-2008), and 'Criminal Minds' (2009). In addition to that, Argenziano has also guest starred in the soap opera 'The Young And The Restless' (2008-2009) in the role of district attorney Dennis Ellroy. Most recently, Carmen appears in commercials for AARP, and has several projects on the way, including 'Sharkskin' (2014), 'Aurora' (2014), 'The Mob: A Woman's Revenge' (2015), and 'Don Quixote: The Ingenious Gentleman Of La Mancha', also in 2015.

Christopher Neiman
Actor Christopher Neiman, who portrayed the Pathologist in 'Inferno', has probably been on your TV screen a lot more than you realize. He has carved his niche on the small screen, many times across the dial-- and back. His TV appearances include everything from children's shows ('The Suite Life Of Zack And Cody') to teen dramas ('Angel') to comedies ('The King Of Queens'). No stranger to the horror genre, Christopher has appeared in shows such as 'Angel' (2003) and 'Charmed' (2004), and most recently appeared in season three of FX's 'American Horror Story' (2014), subtitled 'Coven', in the role of Salty.

Lindsay Taylor
Pittsburgh-born actress Lindsay Taylor, Chloe from 'Inferno', started out as a child actor in television shows such as 'Buffy The Vampire Slayer' (1999), 'Vengeance Unlimited' (1999) and 'Family Law' (2001). As she got into her teen years, Lindsay saw even more roles coming her way, most notably in 'My Name Is Earl' (2005), '7th Heaven' (2007), and 'NCIS: Los Angeles' (2010). Most recently, she has appeared in 'Lucky Days' (2012), 'Victorious' (2013) and as Tinkerbell in the movie 'Snow' (2014).

J.B. Gaynor
J.B. Gaynor, who appeared in the small, but important role of Young Joseph in 'Inferno', has gone on to critical acclaim throughout the new millennium. He has been nominated four times for a Young Artist Award, winning twice (2000 for 'Boy Meets World' and 2005 for 'The George Lopez Show'). He has also appeared on comedies like 'The Jamie Kennedy Experiment' (2002), 'Titus' (2001), 'Grounded For Life' (2001-2005) and 'The George Lopez Show' (2003-2005). Most recently, there has been some talk of J.B. reprising his role of Tommy in the new show 'Girl Meets World' (2014), an updated version of 'Boy Meets World' that takes place ten years after the original show.

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