James MadioBorn and raised in the Bronx, New York, James made his first appearance on November 22, 1975 for parents Gerard and Nancee. He is one of seven children. At the age of thirteen with his very first audition, James landed a role in the Steven Spielberg family adventure, Hook (1991) and never looked back. On the set of Hook, Dustin Hoffman was impressed enough with Madio's talent to suggest him for the role of his son in the film Hero (1992) The same year, he appeared as the younger version of the title character in the Independent film Mac (1992) starring John Turturro (in his directorial debut). Madio's big break as a young actor then came when he co-starred with Leonardo DiCaprio and Mark Wahlberg in the highly acclaimed film, The Basketball Diaries (1995) After a number of independent roles, Madio found himself once again, on another Spielberg set, this time as a lead cast member in the Emmy Award-Winning HBO series, Band of Brothers (2001). Portraying WWII hero Sgt. Frank Perconte, Madio worked for over a year alongside an entire cast of highly notable and successful film actors. This would become a turning point in his career, putting him in the national and international spotlight in a timeless piece that continues to air today. Madio's career has extended to behind the camera, having acted, produced and written several award-winning independent projects (both features and shorts)
Sean Cw JohnsonSean Cw Johnson is a film, television and stage actor who is best known for his role as Carter Grayson, the Red Ranger, in the hit television series Power Rangers. He first appeared as Carter in Lightspeed Rescue, then reprised his role in subsequent seasons, including Time Force, Wild Force and Super Megaforce. In addition to Power Rangers, Sean has appeared in numerous films and television shows.
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