Liam Matthews is an American actor, producer, visual artist and filmmaker. He does both theatre and film acting. He has been performing for over twenty years. He was born on 8 July 1968 in Toledo, Ohio, The United States of America to William Donald (Bill) Tailford, an advertising executive at Tailford Cooper Smith’s firm, and Jacquelyn Ann Dawson, jazz singer Sheila Jordan’s sister and a homemaker. He did his schooling from Sylvania Northview High School and graduated in 1986.

He has done theatre shows like Return to the Forbidden Planet, Much Ado About Nothing, To Kill a Mocking Bird, Chaps, Scapino, Lost in Yonkers and Dancing at Lughnasa. He completed his graduation from Hope College, Liberal Arts College in Holland, Michigan. In college, he was a member of men's Ice Hockey team and also served as a substitute teacher. From 1986 to 1989, he served in the United States Marine Corps at Camp Pendleton, California. In 1999, he started teaching at Reed City elementary school after completing a teaching assignment at the Liverpool Church of England Schools.

In 2000, during spring break, he met a fellow teacher named Cronk and found that they had a lot of similarities. He earned a job as an Art Director for Dear Doughboy. They both went to Los Angeles in relation to work. There, they realized that they should try producing work of Cronk. They produced it in Compass Film Academy. Ralph Winter appreciated their work and asked them to continue film-making. In 2004, he got his MFA (Masters of Fine Arts) degree from the University of Michigan. He likes to cycle and stay fit.

In 2015, he played the role of Bobby in the film called ‘Do You Believe.’ He and Dallas Jenkins became friends and started 10 West Studios. The first production of the company is ‘What If‘. In 2006, they returned and focused on film-making. They picked up a Mark Twain written piece. They made a 10-minute short film named “War Prayer.” He was the producer and lead actor in it. In 2006, he won an Award at the Beverly Hills International Film Festival for the movie. He is the founder of EMC Productions. He says that Hollywood is the place where people’s reaction changes with your status.

He believes in not losing his soul and heart. He once said humorously that he is not recognised as a celebrity but is known in the church. He has done films like Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Mickey Matson and the Copperhead Conspiracy, ISRA 88, Jerusalem Countdown and The Book of Daniel.

Kiff VandenHeuvel English Actor

Kiff VandenHeuvel

Kiff Vanden Heuvel is a well known American actor from Michigan in the United States of America. He has done supportive roles in many films, and he made his performances in plays. Kiff has been working with a theater namely “Second City Detroit” from the year 1998. His career as a Voice Over artist begun when first he played his grandfather’s recording rig. He got his graduation from “Calvin College” which is a famous college in Grand Rapids of Michigan. In 1998, Kiff’s father was suffering from kidney failure, and he donated one of his kidneys to his father. Kiff made his appearance in “The Walking Dead” which is a most famous American drama television series of Horror genre. Under the production of Netflix, Kiff made his appearance in the series “Richie Rich” as the dad of Richie Rich. This Television Series released in the year 2015 which ran successfully and got good reviews. He played a vital role by giving his voice in the Video Game “Bioshock Infinite” as Father Zachary Hale Comstock who is the main antagonist, who rules Columbia through his foundation in the game series. He has given his voice for more than 50 actors, singers and cartoon characters. He played a role as an editor in the film “NightCrawler.” Kiff has also made his appearance on NBC television’s series “Parks and Recreation” which is an American political comedy which got telecasted during 2009 to 2015.He also made his appearance in a prank show namely “Fameless” for TruTV which got hosted by David Spade who is a celebrity in America. Kiff got married to Cherri Lynne in the year 2001 and had a daughter. Kiff is hosting a podcast called “All Over Voice Over.” He did a role in the show Cooper Barrett’s Guide in the year 2016. Although there are many hurdles in Kiff’s life, he is maintaining a successful career, by exploring new ventures frequently in the rolling period. The Experience he obtained from the theater, helped him a lot to move towards his goals. He keeps himself engaged in activities and creates an opening for his nurtured talents. He has his website, where his works are updated and available for viewers. Hardworking by nature, he has an excellent and proven track record. People from various fields can see his career graph to take it as an example for them to grow.


Michael Cassidy

Michael Cassidy is an American TV and film actor. He is known for portraying Zach Stevens and Zach Stevens on The O.C. and Men at Work respectively. He was born on 20 March 1983 in Portland, Oregon, The United States of America. He did his schooling from La Salle High School Milwaukie, Oregon and graduated in 2001. In 2003, he passed from a Two-Year Conservatory program at The New Actors Workshop, New York City. He is best known for playing Zach Stevens on the television series The O.C. for the second season. He has a role in the film named Zoom. In 2006, he married Laura Eichhorn, his high school girlfriend. The couple has a son, born in 2011. In 2006, he went to Los Angeles to audition for Superman Returns. He didn’t get the part but was able to impress Joseph McGinty Nichol, known as McG, who got him an audition for The O.C. He was an executive producer and director of the film. In 2007, he played the role of Cliff Wiatt in Hidden Palms, a television program. In the seventh season of the TV series Smallville, he portrayed Grant Gabriel, Daily Planet’s new editor and love interest of Lois Lane. Actually, he is the aged and cloned of Lex, Julian Luthor. His character was shot dead in the episode "Persona.” In 2016, he appeared as Jimmy Olsen in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. In Privileged, CW show, he played Megan Smith's best friend, Charlie Hogan, in fifteen episodes. In Men at Work, the TBS show, he played Tyler Mitchell for three seasons. In 2012, he was seen in the films Argo and The Guilt Trip, portraying small roles. On 27 February 2015, he was part of workplace comedy named Not Safe for Work. But, the pilot was not released. He will play the character named Jonathan Walsh, charismatic CEO of Walsh Media on People of Earth alongside Wyatt Cenac. He loves to play Golf. He has films like The Girl from Monday, Night of the Living Deb and Dare (short film) to his credit in which he played Ted, Ryan Waverly, and Johnny respectively. In 2010, he appeared in Castle in the episode “Anatomy of a Murder” playing Greg McClintock. In 20112, he portrayed Jonathan in the pilot episode of Are You There, Chelsea? In the same year, he did the role of Travis Harding in Scandal in the episode named "Hell Hath No Fury." He is currently filming The Stray I which he plays Mitch Davis.

Michael Cassidy English Actor