Kerry Carlock is currently the VP of Programming for Pie Town Productions. There she oversees nine series including HGTV mega hits HOUSE HUNTERS and FLIP OR FLOP as well as popular shows for DIY, FYI and the Travel Channel. Before becoming a suit, she served as co-executive producer, director, and/or writer for over 100 hours of primetime documentary and competition style television.
Kerry has produced several award-winning projects, including the Emmy nominated, TRADING SPACES and the feature documentary, PAGEANT, which premiered at the 2008 Slamdance Film Festival. Other favorite projects include: DALLAS COWBOY CHEERLEADERS: MAKING THE TEAM, LA INK, DANCE YOUR ASS OFF, ALL THE RIGHT MOVES, HOUSE OF CURVES and the Joan Rivers reality comedy, JOAN KNOWS BEST.
Nick Lund-Ulrich is the co-owner of Scoundrel VFX, as well as a visual effects artist with over a decade of experience and an up-and-coming visual effects supervisor. His work on HBO’s THE PACIFIC won an Emmy and several Visual Effects Society awards. Nick started his career with Jerry Pooler and his team at Digital Dream. His visual effects credits there include THE LION THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE, THE GUARDIAN, and NEXT. Nick also had the privilege of working with acclaimed matte painter Ken Nakada on films such as CITY OF EMBER and APOCALYPTO. His own company, Scoundrel, specializes in environments and compositing for supporting VFX in studio features and independent producers. Favorite projects include: RED, PREMIUM RUSH, and PRIEST. As a visual effects supervisor, he has contributed to: DELIVER US FROM EVIL, THINK LIKE A MAN TOO and ME HIM HER. In addition to his VFX work Nick has directed several short films including the winner of the first Gizmodo Laptop Confidential Contest, HER NAME
WAS GIZMODO, and HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS, which won the audience award at the 2006 Ashfield Film Festival.
Vicky Jeudy is best known for her breakout role on the American comedy-drama hit series, Orange Is the New Black as Janae Watson, a former high school track star, who after one wrong turn becomes an inmate at Litchfield Penitentiary.
Vicky got her start in the entertainment world competing in beauty pageants. She was a top 25 Semifinalist in the Miss NY USA competition, where she took home the title of Miss Photogenic. After gaining her BA in theatre studies, her interest shifted from pageants to acting. Vicky landed her first few roles in small independent films. Through these projects she learned that her emotionally nuanced performances, coupled with her professionalism, would create fast opportunities for her future as an artist.
Born and raised in Queens, New York and of Haitian descent, Vicky is an activist at heart. Vicky believes that as an artist, she should express her world views through each of her character portrayals.
Vicky is an avid reader in holistic health and when not on set, can be seen empowering the youth in her urban community. Vicky keeps physically fit and in her free time is a certified kick boxing and aerobics instructor.
Shawn is an American stage and screen actor, screenwriter, and producer born and raised in Alabama. He is best known as “The Pig” on Justified’s sixth and final season on FX and for his costarring turn with Nick Offerman in “The Gunfighter”, an internationally acclaimed short film winning multiple awards including the Audience Award at the LA Film Festival.
Shawn attended the University of Alabama where he earned a business degree before moving to New York City. Shawn worked briefly in International Business before a passion was discovered and began to train and work in the theater while studying at private studios and with teachers in New York including Lee Strasberg disciple Tony Greco.
Shawn has worked with directors such as Steve McQueen, Ti West, and Peter Sellers. Shawn appeared in the 2014 Sundance feature “Song One” with Anne Hathaway, MGM’s 2012 feature “Soldiers of Fortune”, and on television including Person of Interest, Matador, Parks and Recreation and Torchwood: Miracle Day.
Theatrical performances include Trog & Clay: An Imagined History of the Electric Chair at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (UK), The Baby Dance at the Lounge Theater (LA), Coronado with Player King Productions (LA Stage Alliance Winner for “Best Ensemble”), Talk To Me Like The Rain at Theatre 68 (LA), the 40th Anniversary Production of The Boys In The Band at The Coast Playhouse (LA), Fat Men In Skirts at SG Stage (LA), Bus Stop The Gallery Players (NYC), The Last Good Moment of Lily Baker at The Bridge Theater (NYC), Knuckleball at the Soho Playhouse (NYC) as part of the New York Fringe Festival, and Knuckleball at The Exit Theatre (SF) as part of the San Francisco Fringe Festival winning the festival’s top two awards for Best Play and Best Overall Production.
Shawn has written his first feature length screenplay entitled “Starwalker” which will be shot in 2015 and released in 2016. He Co-Produced the feature film “Just Like The Son” which appeared at the 2006 Tribeca Film Festival and 2006 Rome Film Festival as well as the independent pilot “Nicky’s Game” starring Burt Young which premiered at the 2005 NYTVF.
After growing up in sunny California (Pacific Palisades and Sherman Oaks), he headed for the East in 1990 to attend the country’s oldest acting conservatory program Carnegie Mellon University, where he received a BFA in Drama. Straight to New York in 1994, he spent most of his stage life as an understudy, most notably in Steve Martin’s “Picasso at the Lapin Agile”. His big break came when he got cast in his Broadway debut, the 2000 TONY award-winning musical “Contact”. For his performance he received a Drama Desk Nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical.