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Kevin spent 3 years traveling around the world, modeling for print ads and appearing in over 150 commercials, before landing in his breakout series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys (1995).
Kevin David Sorbo was born in Mound, Minnesota, on September 24, 1958. His father was of Norwegian descent and his mother’s ancestry was English, Scottish, and German. In high school, he excelled at football, baseball and basketball; in college, he played these 3 sports, plus hockey. Kevin was also in a number of plays. At the end of 1986, he settled in Los Angeles. Kevin began to make guest appearances on such popular shows as Murder, She Wrote (1984). At 6′ 3″ and very muscular, Kevin was a natural for the title role in what would become his signature series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys (1995-1999). Kevin became internationally famous, and he learned the craft of film-making well enough to direct and co-write some of the episodes. Kevin even studied martial arts in order to do many of his own stunts. Some of his most recent films are God’s Not Dead (2014), Soul Surfer (2011) and hundreds others. He’s also appeared in recent episodes of Supergirl (2017), Hawaii Five-O (2010), Xena: Warrior Princess (1995-2000) and many more. In real life, Kevin’s heart is as big as Hercules’– he leads “A World Fit for Kids!” as the chair and spokesperson. In 1998, Kevin married lovely actress Sam Sorbo.
Hannah Levien, an Australian actor and writer, is best known for her roles as Calliope in CW’s hit TV show, Supernatural, Victoria in Syfy’s The Magicians, and, most recently, as Janine in Freeform’s hit new show, Siren. In 2018, you can expect to see her in popular series Colony (USA Network), UnReal (Lifetime) and Reverie (NBC).
Currently based between Vancouver, Canada and Los Angeles, Hannah works as an actor in a variety of popular television shows and is keenly developing her own films with award-winning filmmakers. Her film Hunting Season (which she says she wrote in a ‘feverish unicorn daydream’) is currently finishing post-production in Vancouver.
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Chrissy Lessey brings a fresh approach to fantasy with her internationally bestselling Crystal Coast Series. Often described as Practical Magic meets Steel Magnolias, her acclaimed trilogy takes readers on an emotional journey filled with magic, fierce women, and loads of Southern charm.
Oake is a bestselling author in teen fantasy and is known most for Nahtaia: A Jaydürian Adventure, which boasts a whopping 3.7 million online reads. Born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona, she moved to North Carolina where she writes full time and is hard at work on her next series, The Chronicles of Jaydür. When she’s not writing, she’s educating her horde of goblins in the ways of Middle Earth and Narnia along with her better half, Joshua Robertson.
Joshua Robertson is an award-winning author in epic, dark fantasy. You may recognize him as the dude whose dragons were said to destroy George R.R. Martin’s and Christopher Paolini’s dragons in a very biased Twitter poll. His first novel, Melkorka, was released in 2015, and he has been writing fantasy fiction like clockwork ever since. Known most for his Thrice Nine Legends Saga, Robertson enjoys an ever-expanding and extremely loyal following of readers. He currently lives in North Carolina with his better half and his horde of goblins.
Shane Wilson is an award-winning author of magical realism and urban fantasy books and stories. His debut novel, A Year Since the Rain was nominated for the 2017 Southern Book Prize, and his short story, “The Boy Who Kissed the Rain” won the 2017 Rilla Askew Short Fiction Prize. The Smoke in His Eyes is his latest release (May 2018). Shane grew up in Georgia and moved to North Carolina in 2013 where he teaches college English. No matter the temperature outside, there is always an iced coffee in his hand when he walks into class in the mornings. He tends to chase the day with a whiskey and a re-run of The Office.