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Hailing from New Zealand, Andrew/WriterRaven is a Ballroom & Latin American dancer, fiction writer, librarian, and FSFilms contributor. He's supposed to be finishing the first draft of his modern fantasy novel Knight-Errant, but can usually be found tinkering with tabletop systems and coming up with character concepts.
Antitonic is a Sydney-based contributor and has continued to make pleasing progress throughout the year. However, he needs to work on initiative and to develop more self-confidence. He is a valuable class member and a pleasure to teach. If Antitonic applies himself, we anticipate a strong showing in the term commencing 1992.
Originally a theatre major, Austin "Uknits" Kulp is now a baker at a local non-profit. Learning to read on the old Sierra adventure games at the age of three and being taught to play D&D to help learn arithmetic in elementary school at age six, gaming has literally taught him his life skills. A very competitive member of Final Show Films, he is an avid player of all things strategy in both video and table top games, particularly Magic: The Gathering.
Native to the wilds of the Appalachians, Jack performs Storyteller and podcasting duties for Final Show Films. He has been running TTRPGs since 2002 and primarily specializes in World of Darkness and D&D 5e. When not prepping for FSF game sessions from his residence in Spokane, he can usually be found feverishly trying to figure out screenwriting or procrastinating in Overwatch.
Jeremy Thomas is the Movies/TV and Music editor and contributor to pop culture/entertainment site 411mania.com. He's a long-time comic book, film, television and wrestling fan who spends his days consuming every morsel of narrative entertainment he can get his grubby hands on. He's been playing tabletop roleplaying games for upwards of four decades. His roleplaying habits are punctuated with a love of traumatic backstories, incendiary personalities and preternaturally-bad die-rolling skills.
When not gaming with Final Show Films, writing reviews of Game of Thrones and Titans, attending Portland-area comic conventions or doing his re-read of the entire X-Men comic line, he can often be found as a dirty hacker assassin in Overwatch or arguing the merits of the “Civil War” comic book storyline (except the ending).
John is a man that wears a lot of hats; Co-founder alongside Austin Kulp, Executive Producer, writer, editor, entertainer, newly minted father, husband, etc. etc. A working actor since 2003, his dream has been to found a production company that produces quality entertainment in which the creators of said entertainment have the final say, and thus in 2015, Final Show Films was born - a collaborative endeavor between himself, Austin Kulp, their wives Holly Kulp and Katie Bates, and his brother William to produce regular weekly entertainment content.
John is also a working voice over artist, is available for work, and has the ability to record from a home studio if needed. He is an experienced theatrical actor, stage combat choreographer, videographer, editor, and television / film extra.
Kat Waterflame is a singer, voice actor, dog walker, and all-around nerd. She is an advocate for pineapple on pizza, real pockets in women's clothing, and diversity in the entertainment industry. She's also one half of the Charmed Chats podcast, which can be found at charmedchats.com
Mara grew up on the edge of a swamp in Michigan bossing around her siblings and reading far too many books on gods. She went to school, read far too many books about Dead Things and Old Things, traveled, got a vaguely European accent, graduated, traveled, got a bad Texan accent, read a lot about boats, traveled, and graduated again. She now mainly haunts libraries and other strange places in search of the Holy Grail (yes, exactly like Indiana Jones. Thank you for noticing). At some point in 2015, Mara realized rpgs existed and were ridiculously cool, and dove headfirst into playing and GMing with any group that she could worm her way into, including with this lovely bunch of people. When not making Bad Decisions in these games, she knits, draws things, and generally thinks way too much about nothing at all.
William "ShadowChorus" Bates is one of the writers, storytellers, and actors of Final Show Films. A passionate Blizzard fan (No really, don't get him started) and habitual homebrewer, William is constantly looking for ways to express his creative talent for worldbuilding, storytelling, and gaming. Also Orcs. And Dwarves.