Robert Miano

Cast as: Detective Ray Galento

Robert Miano was born in New York City and raised in the South East Bronx around when Joe DiMaggio and Yogi Berra played for the New York Yankees. In school, Robert joined the Glee Club and realized that he had a gift for singing. At the age of 15, he started his showbiz career when a talent agent heard him singing with a Doo-Wop Group on a Bronx street corner. This lead to a recording of "Kingdom Of Love" by the Preludes on the Cub Label, a new subsidiary of MGM Records. Today "Kingdom Of Love" is a collector's item and is still being played on the "Oldies but Goodies" Radio Station in New York. Through the years, Robert continued to make records and ultimately became a Columbia Recording Artist.

 

Robert loved singing for people by making personal appearances on TV, in nightclubs, hotels and concerts. On an open casting call, Robert auditioned for the lead rock singer in the play "Satyricon". He landed the role. The musical was presented at the Stratford Shakespearean festival in Ontario Canada and was a huge success. After 2 & 1/2 years traveling Europe, he then back home to New York where Robert decided to pursue another life-long dream of acting.

 

After studying with Lee Strasberg and Warren Robertson, Robert landed a lead role in the Broadway show "Fame", a play about the life of Marilyn Monroe. After 5 weeks of rehearsal, the play opened at the "Golden Theater" and sadly closed the following day.

 

Robert started his film career in New York, when director Michael Winner cast him as one of the muggers in the original Death Wish (1974) with Charles Bronson. Shortly after that, Howard Koch met Robert at the Plaza Hotel singing in the Green Tulip room. He offered Robert a role in the movie Badge 373 (1973) with Robert Duvall. After that, Robert had another calling and decided to move to Los Angeles, where he has lived for the past 30 years. In that period of time, Robert has appeared in over 100 feature films in starring or co-starring roles with actors like Al Pacino and Johnny Depp in Donnie Brasco (1997) where Robert played "Sonny Red". He co-starred with Jeremy Irons in Dungeons & Dragons (2000), a cameo with Kim Basinger in Jumpshot (2004) (V) directed by Mark Rydell, with Morgan Freeman in Edison (2005), with Christopher Walken and Benicio Del Toro in The Funeral (1996) directed by Abel Ferrara, just to name a few.

 

Robert has also guest-starred on numerous TV shows like "Frasier" (1993), "Caroline in the City" (1995), "The Shield" (2002), "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" (1993), as a regular on "General Hospital" (1963), a recurring role on "The Young and the Restless" (1973), and many more.



Starred or co-starred in over 100 films; including:
The Two Pamelas
Death Wish
Badge 373
Donnie Brasco
Dungeons & Dragons
Edison
The Funeral
Jump shot
Television appearances, including:
Frasier
Caroline in the City
The Shield
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
General Hospital (Regular)
The Young and the Restless (Recurring)
Robert is a lifetime member of The Actors Studio

Source: IMDb







NATALIE ALEXANDER

Cast as: Pamela Wald


Natalie Alexander is a French Texan raised in Grass Valley, CA.
High school and community players led her to her first stage experience in Guys and Dolls. Natalie has led a fascinating life of exotic travels, holistic healing and exploring new venues of creativity with other passionate beings. Her inspiration is led by random acts of contribution, humor, beauty, love and transformation.
Natalies’ work comprises of film, stand-up comedy and voice over work. Natalie brings her unique talents to The Two Pamelas cast as the spurned widow and a major supect in the film.
Partial credits include:


Films:
Anchorman 2
The Two Pamelas
We’re the Millers
Wanderlust
Bridesmaids
Pineapple Express
Funny People
Knocked Up
Talladega Nights
The Forty Year Old Virgin
Meet the Fockers
Ground Hog Day
Rudy
Television:
The Bold and the Beautiful


JENNIFER DAY

Cast as Darlene Patrick

Jennifer Day is of Italian and Polish decent, living in Italy until the age of four. She was raised in Michigan with her musical family. Her parents are musicians and music teachers. When Jennifer and her sisters were old enough, they began performing with their parents band, performing at weddings and parties. Jennifer got her first taste of the stage at the early age of 5 years old taking dance classes and quickly fell in love with the art of entertainment. She joined a dance company and trained in all styles of dance. In high school Jennifer was accepted into a musical theatre performing arts program and acquired a love for the theatre to add to her dance and musical talents. She moved to Los Angeles and was happily cast as the bubbly and hilarious Donna in the international hit comedy Pretty Cool 2. She gained her dramatic acting acclaim after winning The Best Film Award at The Valley Film Festival for her lead role in the psychological thriller Trunk. Playing a challenging singing and acting role, Jennifer starred opposite Steven Bauer in the classic whodunit murder mystery Showstopper. She can be seen nationally as a series regular in the hilarious comedy series Hot Package, on Adult Swim network. Jennifer has recorded 3 pop music albums and is most recognizable from starring in her popular TV series, Jennifer Day TV, currently broadcasting on Direct TV and all cables in the US, and internationally. Jennifer continues to entertain audiences all over the world through her films, television shows, and music.
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ILIA YORDANOV

Cast as Jerry Wald

Ilia Yordanov was born in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. His mother, Maria, was a concert pianist, and his father, Yordan, was also a musician, mathematician, and spent some time in the Bulgarian Navy. Yordan and Maria grew tired of the communist regime and planned for an escape. Through determination and some creative efforts, in November of 1990, Ilia and his family fled to America, only after being detained under asylum in Puerto Rico for 2 weeks. They were finally released and dropped off 39th and El Cajon Blvd in San Diego, CA with 50 dollars to start.After spending 2 years in San Diego, Ilia and his family moved to Seattle.

Ilia expressed interest in acting, directing, and music from a very young age. At age 10, he started playing violin, and at 12 he picked up the guitar, bass, drums. He played his first show at 13. In fall of 2006 Ilia started his band, Red Museum. While in Seattle, he studied Acting, Writing, and Directing for the camera with Tony Doupe at Shoreline College in Seattle, WA. At age 20, Ilia moved back to California, this time to Los Angeles, to pursue his acting career. He has studied at The Beverly Hills Playhouse.

Films:

The Two Pamelas
Steppin High
Meth Head

 

Also Starring:


 
Burt Wald
 
Jack Reed
 
Julia Patrick
 
Elise Richards
 
Kelly O'Connor
 
Charlie
 
Detective Rogers
 
Detective Abrams
 
Melanie Scarlett
 
News Reporter
 
Kenny
 
Chase
 
 
Coroner
 
Tony Ferrari