THE COMEBACK KIDS
Richard Horvitz will play Richie Eisenberg
Dean Cameron will play Gary Fischer
Keith Coogan will be playing himself. Richie's biggest competition.
"THE COMEBACK KIDS" starring Richard Horvitz & Dean Cameron will begin shooting FALL of 2014. This comedy will be a must see.
If you're a fan of television, you'll enjoy this show loaded with your favorite television stars of yesterday and today.
Richie Eisenberg (Richard Horvitz) and Gary Fischer (Dean Cameron) were huge child stars in the
70's & 80's. Now in their 40's, they're giving their big dream one last chance. The problem, Hollywood has changed and both Richie & Gary struggle to make sense of a business they once
Aileen was introduced to show business by her mother Helenann who was doing theater when Aileen was growing up. Aileen begged to
audition too, and she began to get parts near her home of Yardley, Pennsylvania.
Aileen's first movie part was one line in Paternity, starring Burt Reynolds. At the time Aileen was picked for the movie, she was on Broadway with Allison Smith playing the Swing Orphan in 'Annie'. The Swing essentially understudied various Orphan roles in the show and knew all their parts and had to go on stage at a moment's notice if one of the actors was sick and couldn't perform. Or, if the Orphan acting as Annie's understudy had to go on as Annie, Aileen went on as the understudy to the understudy.
Eve Plumb, the actress and painter most famous for playing the role of Jan on The Brady Bunch (1969), began acting professionally in 1966, appearing in TV commercials. The child
actor began getting parts on series television in 1967.
Her place in TV history was cemented when she landed the role of Jan Brady, the middle of three daughters in a mixed family that also featured three sons, in the TV sitcom "The Brady Bunch".
Born in Bristol, England, Veronica is the older sister of the popular child actress Angela Cartwright. In her early career, Veronica was cast in a number of popular movies such as The Children's Hour (1961), Spencer's Mountain (1963) and Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds (1963). As such, she was cast as "Jemima Boone" in the popular television series Daniel Boone (1964), which ran from 1964 to 66. Her career after "Daniel Boone" may have been influenced by Hitchcock, since she appeared in both the remake of Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978) and the horror classic Alien (1979). On television, she appeared twice as Lumpy's younger sister, "Violet Rutherford" and once as "Peggy MacIntosh" on Leave It to Beaver (1957) and had a small role in the television movie Still the Beaver (1983).
Born in England, Angela is the younger sister of actress Veronica Cartwright. As a child she was cast as the cute little stepdaughter, Linda Williams, on Make Room for Daddy (1953). She was on the show from 1957 to 1964. After that, she was cast as Brigitta in the popular Julie Andrews movie The Sound of Music (1965). Soon after, she returned to series TV as Penny Robinson, young teenage space traveler, in Lost in Space (1965), which ran from 1965-1968. Even with cheap special effects and a hokey story line, the show is still popular today.
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VERY BIG CASTING NEWS COMING LATER THIS WEEK!!!
Casting has begun on my latest project "The Comeback Kids".
Lots of exciting guest appearances by your favorite television stars.
Look for a 2014 release!!!
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Ryan Paul James Actor, Writer & Director
Welcome to my site Ryan Paul James Productions. This is the site where you'll be able to find out what productions I have going up, as well as what I am working on next.
I have two passions, acting and writing. With acting, I've been so blessed to perform in many TV shows, films, and on the stage. Right out of highschool, I was at the right place at the right time, and got to be on the last season of the Mickey Mouse Club. From there my acting career, in Florida, took off, mostly in commercials.
In 2004, I decided to make the big leap to Los Angeles where in my first five years, I performed in 20 plays. Mostly at my home theatre, Theatre 68. That's the theatre where I've been able to explore more than just acting, but also writing and directing.
I have written six plays: "NIGHT STORIES", "LOST IN RADIOLAND", "LOST IN RADIOLAND CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR", "THE WORLD'S WORST PLAY EVER", "DESPERATELY SEEKING LOVE" & "WHAT'S SO FUNNY?". All have been produced at different theatres in both Los Angeles and other markets across the country. They have been well recieved by audiences, and have gotten their fair share of great reviews. One of the reviews said, "Ryan Paul James is an American playwright to watch."
I have many upcoming projects, and I hope you will check back, and see the great stuff coming up.
Ryan Paul James