John George O'Hurley Jr. (born October 9, 1954) is an American actor, comedian, author, game show host and television personality. He is known for his portrayal of J. Peterman on the NBC sitcom Seinfeld, and was the sixth host of the game show Family Feud from 2006 to 2010. He also hosted To Tell The Truth from 2000 to 2002 in syndication.
John (Actor, Co-Writer, Producer) was born in Philadelphia. In 2005, he took a break from his college career to drive cross-country to Los Angeles. John took to the LA actor lifestyle and began studying method-acting by day. John landed a role in an independent feature comedy, “Skid Marks” (2007). In 2008, John starred in an independent short “The Bridge,” which won two Merit Awards and a festival Winner Award Young Cut Film Festival (2009). John returned to his roots in Philadelphia and immediately booked a national commercial for Radio Shack (2013). In 2015, he enrolled at Pace University (Manhattan) and acquired a bachelor of Arts in Film and Screen Studies. Nearing graduation, John wrote his very own feature-length screenplay “Tiger Lil” based on a true-life story. John booked the role “Dermot” in M. Night Shyamalan’s” popular series “Servant” (2019). Shortly after playing the role of “Dan Rivera”, opposite Natasha Henstridge in the feature-film “Night of the Sicario” (2020).
Dennis (Actor, Co-Writer, Producer) the youngest of two children, was raised in the suburbs of Philadelphia. He is of Italian and Danish decent. From 2012-2014, Dennis studied at Playhouse West Repertory Theater where he honed his craft. This is also where he met co-writer John Giordano. He worked four seasons on the hit Netflix show “House of Cards” as a principal stand-in, where he learned up close and personal from the industries best not only in acting, but director’s habits, choices and cinematography. Dennis had principal roles in the feature films “Iniquity” (2012) and “What Death Leaves Behind” (2018); a film that played festivals all across the country, including Sundance Film Festival. He has written and directed two short films “A Good Deed” (2014), and “The Referral” (2014), which also played to festivals in both Los Angeles and Philadelphia. Dennis lived in Los Angeles for four years, studying and booking roles with the prestigious American Film Institute.
Catherine LaSalle is an actress and visual artist based in Los Angeles, CA. She made her film debut in 2018 starring as Padme Amidala in YouTube’s “VADER Fan Series, Episode 1: Shards Of The Past” directed by Danny Ramirez and produced by the channel Star Wars Theory. She has also done voiceover work in the same channel’s production, “Once Upon A Theory.” In addition to “Another Man’s Trash” her latest bookings include a leading role in the feature film “Staycation” directed by award-winning Russell Emanuel shooting Spring 2022. Catherine is honored to be a part of this special project, and looks forward to returning to her Philadelphia roots.