EMMY Nominee, NAACP Theater Award Nominee and SAG Actor, Kim Estes boasts an impressive theater, film, and television resume.
He recently finished work on the films "Not 4 Sale", as Sidney Poitier's friend Canada Lee, ABC Family series "The Fosters" where he portrays Judge Alton, and the much anticipated release of the film "Crossroad".
Kim has also worked and appeared on the TV series "NCIS", "How I Meet Your Mother", "Private Practice", and "House M.D." He can also be seen in episodes of "Body of Proof", "Law and Order - LA", FOX Network's "The Bridge", and "The Closer".
When Kim is not on stage, he is spending time teaching and developing systems for early childhood education. Even more, Kim is also a Crisis Management/Emergency Response & Communication Consultant to the Oil & Gas, Energy and Maritime Transportation industries. His recent clients include the Department of Justice, Carnival Corporation, BP, Conoco Phillips, Southern California Edison, US Coast Guard, Shell and Lloyds Register.
To see a full list of Kim's Television and Film credits, visit KIM ESTES - IMDB
Dwjuan has been trained in visual art his entire life, and was awarded an EMMY for his work on “Irrashi”, a PBS Japanese language show that he was a lighting director on. He considers his path as a Producer a natural progression, as he has worked his way up from a Production Assistant on “Rookie of the Year” and “Blank Man”, to his present credits as a Producer on features “Scout”, “Undiscovered Gyrl”, “Needlestick”, and “We the Party”. With over ten credits as a Feature Film Producer, he also holds a Master’s Degree in Production from the prestigious American Film Institute in Los Angeles California. In consequent years, Dwjuan has become the recipient of the Multicultural Motion Picture Association, Bank of America, and Producer’s Guild of America Diversity Awards. Next to founding Decipher Entertainment, Dwjuan holds his most notable work yet, as producing the documentary feature, “The Rescuers”, which was nominated for a 2012 Image Award.
Michael got his start over twelve years ago under the tutelage of Spike Lee and soon after joined the Director's Guild of America. Michael has worked as an Assistant Director for directors like Spike Lee, Lee Daniels, Chris Rock and Bill Duke. He has over 10 years experience as an assistant director on films and television series such as Chris Rock hit "Top Five", "The 25th Hour", "7th Heaven", "Broad City", "The Best Man", "Law & Order", "Inside Man" and the academy award nominated film "Precious" in which he was nominated for a DGA award along with the director Lee Daniels as part of his directing team. and the commercial . He has also worked as an assistant director on countless TV commercials for clients like Coco Cola, McDonald's Nike, Microsoft, Chrysler Motors and Burger King. Michael made his feature film directorial debut with "You're Nobody til somebody kills you", a gritty crime thriller Executive Produced by his mentor Spike Lee and distributed by Lionsgate. He has directed short films, commercials, music videos and PSA's for clients like Goodwill Industries, the New York Giants, Select Media, Youth Communications, Def Jam and 4mm Games. He won an award for Excellence in Media from The Black Men's Film Conference for his HIV film "The Candy Store" and toured the film festival circuit with films from his short film collection. He's directed a variety of digital series from "SoleKings", "Black Actress" to "The Colors of Love" in addition to Producing the award winning digital series "For Colored Boys - Redemption" starring Tim Reid. The Trade is Michael's directorial debut in episodic television drama. He was also hired to pen and completed the original script for R&B sensation Bobby Brown biopic entitled "The BabBoy of R&B".
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Diedra is the Chief Executive Officer of Wayans Girl Productions based in Los Angeles, where she specializes in producing, developing, and consulting in varies areas of entertainment. For many years she has worked behind the scenes with her famous siblings (Keenan Ivory Wayans, Shawn, and Marlon Wayans), and a host of other notable Hollywood producers. Currently Diedra is working alongside her brother, Marlon Wayans as co-creator of the “Wayans Sister Project”, and previously consulted for Ivory Ways Production, Workaholics Productions, John Doe Media, and O’Brien Productions. She’s been successful in developing and maintain long term relationships with top network executives at CW, Warner Brothers, FOX, ABC, BET, and Lifetime TV.
Furthermore, Diedra has teamed up with her daughter, Summer Wayans, a renowned Fashion Model, Activist, and Philanthropist, to create Wayans Girl Foundation where they empower disenfranchised communities, and individuals through a plethora of charitable services. Their programs include providing access to companions who are medically and physically challenged, to nutritional plans, therapeutic services, childcare, educational workshops and a supportive environment to assist those who are struggling through and experiencing a life crises.