Une Libération - a Film Crewe short - MARION KERR - JULIET / SCREENWRITER   Born and raised in Sacramento, CA, Marion Kerr moved to L.A. to pursue her love of acting, writing & filmmaking. She received her B.A. in Drama from UC Irvine, studied in London and at the New York Film Academy. She's appeared in numerous films, commercials, plays and TV shows. Favorite film credits include the Keri Russell thriller DARK SKIES,  a short film about the Bronte sisters, LINES and Sabi Pictures' HEART OF NOW. Favorite TV credits include CBS's CRIMINAL MINDS, HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER and a national "Heineken" commercial directed by Todd Haynes ("Mildred Pierce"). She currently appears in a national commercial for "Gevalia Coffee". She also wrote and directed the award-winning feature film, GOLDEN EARRINGS and the current Blip TV web series, MISDIRECTED. Check out www.marionkerr.com for more details. ROSS MARQUAND - JEAN Colorado native Ross Marquand has appeared in a wide range of film and television projects since moving to Los Angeles in 2005.  A graduate of the University of Colorado's BFA Theatre program, he's had the pleasure of working with several Academy-Award nominated actors including James Cromwell (A LONELY PLACE FOR DYING), Bruce Davison (THE CONGREGATION), and Sally Kirkland (BROKEN ROADS).  Ross frequently pursues roles that require him to alter his voice and appearance considerably. Also an accomplished voiceover actor, Ross has provided his varied vocal talents for numerous commercials and animated movies.  He is known for impersonating a wide range of celebrities including Harrison Ford, James Gandolfini, Brad Pitt, Kevin Spacey and played Paul Newman on an episode of MADMEN.  To see more of his work, visit www.RossMarquand.com  MATTHEW TEMPLE - SCHULTE  Matthew Temple is an actor, writer, director and producer living in the place of his birth, Los Angeles, though he calls many places his home town, having grown up around the globe – Colorado, Mexico, Germany, North Carolina, northern California, and Vermont.  At the age of twenty-two,  with twin girls on the way and a two-year old daughter already in his life, Temple embarked on a quest. He hitchhiked from Germany to Jaca, Spain and began a 500-mile solo pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago. Thirty‐two days later, he made it to Finisterre with a new resolve: he returned to the United States with his family and began to make movies.  Since then, he has starred in over a dozen movies and produced and directed numerous projects from feature films to commercials and music videos. The short film he made with his three daughters, Animal Cookies, is currently enjoying international success on the festival circuit. Visit his website www.matthewctemple.com for more information on his work on both sides of the camera. MARK JÄGER - HOFFMANN