About the Film


“Such Good People” is a contemporary screwball comedy, about a couple, Michael Urie ("Ugly Betty") & Randy Harrison ("Queer As Folk"), who find a million dollars while housesitting.


The movie was produced by Such Good Productions, LLC, a production company created by the movie’s three producers: editor David Avallone, screenwriter David Michael Barrett, and director Stewart Wade.


In addition to Urie and Harrison, “Such Good People” also stars Scott Wolf, Ana Ortiz, James Urbaniak, Carrie Wiita, Rick Overton, Tom Lenk, Kate Reinders, Lance Bass, Alec Mapa, Mitch Silpa, Drew Droege, and Kee Chan.


Our characters want what everyone wants: success, family and a fabulous house in LA. But first they’ve got to work through a few issues: greed, jealousy, real estate, sibling rivalry, greyhounds, labradoodles, porpoises, a million dollars, and the orphans of Bhutan.


Producing “Such Good People” was a remarkable meeting of worldwide enthusiasm, social media, and technology. Not long after creating our Facebook and Twitter pages, we quickly discovered that the combination of our cast and the story we had to tell created a high level of interest and excitement. All this enthusiasm drove our production Kickstarter.com campaign to meet our financing goal within the first two weeks. We were then able to find traditional equity investors, and had an equally successful post-production campaign on Indiegogo.com. Our fan base continues to grow and we currently have over 30,000 followers across multiple social media platforms.

Our film would not exist without the tremendous support from people all over the world. Please check out our “Thank You” page to see the names of all our amazing supporters.


Tashi Delek!

David Avallone
David Michael Barrett
Stewart Wade 



Image+Nation LGBT Film Festival
Montreal, Nov 20, 2014

CKNY Film Festival
Cincinnati and Kentucky Nov. 14, 2014

Gender Bender Festival
Bologna, Italy, Oct 25, 2014

Southwest Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
Albuquerque, NM, Oct 10, 2014

Closing Night Selection


Indianapolis LGBT Film Festival
Oct 10, 2014

Portland Lesbian & Gay Film Festival
Oct 3, 2014

Tampa International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
Oct 3, 2014

Out on Film: Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
Oct 2, 2014

GLOW: Miami LGBT Film Festival Screening Series
Aug 28, 2014

North Carolina Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
Durham, North Carolina, Aug. 15, 2014

Damn These Heels Film Festival
Salt Lake City, Utah, July 12 and 13, 2014

Los Angeles Red Carpet Premiere and After-Party
Majestic Crest Theater
July 7, 2014

Adelaide Queer Culture and Film Festival
Adelaide, Australia June 28, 2014

Roanoke Diversity Center LGBT Film Festival
Roanoke, Virginia, June 26, 2014

Closing Night Selection June 8, 2014


Reel Affirmations Film Festival
Washington, DC June 6, 2014


Reel it UP! Film Festival
Urbana, Illinois June 3, 2014

Closing Night Selection June 1, 2014


World Premiere
Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival 2014


Pride Film Festival, Sneak Preview Screening
Brazos Valley, Texas April 24, 2014



Richard Nearly

When people use the phrase “comedic genius” they are talking about Michael Urie. Best known for his hilarious breakout performance as Marc St. James on ABC’s hit series, “Ugly Betty,” Michael also guest-starred on “Hot in Cleveland,” and was the lead in the 2012 CBS comedy, “Partners.”

Michael is currently starring in his hit one-man Off-Broadway show, “Buyer & Cellar,” where he received the Drama Desk Award, Clarence Derwent Award, and nominations for the Drama League and Outer Critics Circle awards. Michael’s other New York theatre credits include “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” (Broadway), “The Cherry Orchard” (CSC), “Angels in America” (Signature), “The Temperamentals” (Lucille Lortel, Drama Desk and Theatre World awards, Drama League nomination), “The Revenger’s Tragedy” (Red Bull), “Another Vermeer” (HB Playwrights).

In 2012, Michael directed and appeared in the indie comedy, “He’s Way More Famous Than You,” which had its world premiere at the Slamdance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. Michael’s other film appearances include, “Thank You for Judging,” which he co-directed and exec. produced, “Beverly Hills Chihuahua,” “WTC View,” “Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life,” “The Decoy Bride,” “Petunia” and he exec. produced, the indie film “Grantham & Rose.”

Alex Reardon

Randy Harrison is an extraordinary talent. He made his television debut playing Justin Taylor, a gay teen, in Showtime’s groundbreaking LGBT series “Queer as Folk.” The series became a mega-phenomenon, running for five seasons, and introducing Randy to fans all over the world.

In addition to his television work, Randy has a substantial background in theatre, most prominently in Broadway’s original production of “Wicked,” plus the 2011 off-Broadway production of “Silence! The Musical,” as well as his acclaimed performance in 2013’s production of “Harbor,” at Primary Stages.

His impressive regional theater resume includes roles with Berkshire Theater Festival, where he played Alan Strang in “Equus” (2005), the title role in “Amadeus” (2006), Bill Bibbit in “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” (2007), Frank Gardner in “Mrs. Warren’s Profession”(2007), Lucky in “Waiting for Godot” (2008), Osvald Alving in “Ghosts” (2009), Nagg in “Endgame” (2010), and the title character in “The Who’s Tommy” (2011), and Ken in the George Street Playhouse’s production of “Red” (2012).

Randy’s other film work includes 2012’s hilarious “Gayby,” “Julius Caesar,” playing Brutus, and starring in the thriller, “Bang Bang You’re Dead.”

Jake Jones

Scott Wolf is an acclaimed actor of both stage and screen, and has been a mainstay on television for more than a decade.  His breakout role came on the award-winning drama “Party of Five” opposite Matthew Fox and Neve Campbell.  He has more recently starred in “Everwood,” “The Nine,” “V,” “NCIS,” “The Night Shift,” and “Perception.”

Scott’s diverse big screen credits include “Emmett’s Mark,” “Go,” “The Evening Star,” “White Squall,” and “The Volunteer.”

In addition to his extensive work in film and television, Scott’s prestigious stage experience includes the Tony Award-winning Broadway production of “Side Man” and Lincoln Center’s production of “Observe The Sons of Ulster Marching Towards The Somme.”  Scott also spent three seasons acting in the prestigious Williamstown Theater Festival.  He currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and two children.

Detective Diane Kershman

The talented and vibrant Ana Ortiz broke out as Hilda Suarez in ABC’s hit comedy “Ugly Betty,” earning both ALMA and Imagen Awards for Best Supporting Actress.   Ana is currently starring in Marc Cherry’s hit show for Lifetime, “Devious Maids.”  

Ana has guest-starred on numerous television series, including “Boston Legal,” “NYPD Blue,” “The New Adventures of Old Christine,” “Commander In Chief,” “Everybody Loves Raymond” and “ER.”   She has appeared in the feature films, “Mr. St. Nick,” “Tortilla Heaven,” “Carolina,” “Little Girl Lost: The Delimar Vera Story” and “Big Mommas House 3:Like Father, Like Son.”

Ana advocates for the end of domestic violence and supports education with the “Tell a Gal P.A.L.” philanthropy.   Her passion for the organization has helped to raise almost $300,000 for the cause.  As a lover of the outdoors, she stays active by hiking and running with her husband, singer/songwriter Noah Lebenzon, and their dog, Fideo.   She maintains a healthy, balanced diet, sees as much theater as possible, and stays in shape kick-boxing.

Dr. Cooper Whitehead, Ph.D.

James Urbaniak‘s film credits include “American Splendor” (as Robert Crumb), “You Don’t Know Jack,” “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind,” “Sweet and Lowdown,” “Across the Universe,” “Sound of My Voice,” and several films for Hal Hartley including “Henry Fool,” “No Such Thing” and “Fay Grim.” Extensive TV work includes “The Office,” “Homeland,” “The Good Wife,” “Scandal,” “Sex and the City,” “Unforgettable,” “Weeds” and Comedy Central’s upcoming “Review with Forrest MacNeil.” He recently completed his fifth season as the voice of Dr. Venture on the Adult Swim animated series “The Venture Brothers.” Theatre credits include an Obie Award for Richard Foreman’s “The Universe” and the Edinburgh Fringe’s Best Actor award and NY Drama Desk nomination for Will Eno’s solo play “Thom Pain (Based on Nothing).” He is an ensemble member of the monthly L.A. live comedy show/podcast “The Thrilling Adventure Hour,” created the web series “Topic A with James Urbaniak” and is currently producing the “fictional” podcast “Getting On with James Urbaniak.” Active on Twitter, Tumblr and Vine, James’s social networking has been featured in Slate, Yahoo News, New York Magazine and the Huffington Post. He is represented at Don Buchwald & Associates.

Dr. Paige Whitehead, Ph.D.

A native of Portland, Oregon, Carrie has appeared on numerous television series, including “Weeds,” “Heroes,” and was recurring on “Reno 911!” before moving up to guest star roles on “The Mentalist,” “N.C.I.S.,” “Bones,” “Super Fun Night,” “Community,” and “The Protector.”   She was the female lead in the Here! Network’s televised adaptation of Spring Awakening, starred as Shelley Long’s daughter in Hallmark Channel’s A Holiday Engagement, and had a supporting role in the 2012 feature, “That’s My Boy” starring Adam Sandler.   Carrie remains a proud member of L.A.’s Sacred Fools Theatre Company.

Sidney Talmadge

As a 40-year comedy vet, Rick Overton has starred in numerous HBO and Showtime specials and has had countless TV standup appearances. He played The Drake on "Seinfeld" and Pam’s Dad on "The Office." He currently recurs on Adult Swim’s "Children’s Hospital," ABC’s "Last Man Standing," TNT’s "Leverage" and recently guest starred on "The League," "The Middle," "The Kroll Show," and "Newsreaders."   

Rick has also guested on classic TV series like "Lost," "E.R.," "Mad About You" and "Married with Children." On the big screen, he has worked with A-list directors like Ron Howard, Chris Columbus, Harold Ramis, Jay Roach, and Steven Soderbergh, with roles in films like "Bad Teacher," "The Informant," "Dinner for Schmucks," "Cloverfield," "Groundhog Day," "Mrs. Doubtfire," and "Willow." He also has an Emmy Award for writing on HBO’s "Dennis Miller Live." Rick is currently a semi-regular contributor to the Huffington Post and hosts a popular podcast called "Overview" available on iTunes.


The multi-talented Tom Lenk is probably best known for his work on Joss Whedon projects including “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Angel,” “Cabin in the Woods” and “Much Ado About Nothing.” He can also be seen in the award winning “Argo” and the much anticipated “Girls Will Be Girls” sequel.

He starred in both the Broadway and original LA cast of “Rock of Ages” as ‘Franz,’ a role which has since been absorbed/merged and currently being played by that ageless chanteuse Catherine Zeta-Jones in the major motion picture of the same name. Other titillating IMDB credits include “How I Met Your Mother,” “House M.D.,” “Psych,” “Greek,” “Nip/Tuck,” “The Guild,” and “Transformers.”

Tom has been a guest performer at UCB, Improvatorium, the Groundlings, REDCAT, Largo and recently toured his one man show “Nerdgasm” in the US, Canada and UK with a final stop at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Tom has a degree in Theater Arts from the UCLA School of Theater Film and Television where he received the Carol Burnett Award and Scholarship.

Chloe Jones

There is no end to Kate Reinders’ talent. She can sing. She can dance. And she is hilarious. Best known for her work in theater, Kate starred in multiple Broadway productions, including “Gypsy,” “Into the Woods,” “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer,” the Beach Boys musical, “Good Vibrations,” and the hit musical, “Wicked” where she replaced Megan Hilty as “Glinda.” While playing this role she performed “Popular” in a Daily Double about “Wicked” on an all-celebrity episode of “Jeopardy!”

Kate has guest starred on multiple TV comedies, including “Ugly Betty,” “Anger Management,” and “Modern Family.” Plus, she was a series regular on the sitcoms “Work it,” and “Sherri,” where she starred opposite Sherri Shepherd. Among Kate’s many feature film roles are “#Stuck,” “While You Were Sleeping,” and “Kinsey.”

Stuart Hedron

Best known as a member of the mega-successful pop group, *NSYNC, Lance Bass is the ultimate multi-hyphenate: singer-actor-producer-writer-entrepreneur-philanthropist.   Lance executive produced and starred in the Miramax film “On the Line,” and Randal Kleiser’s romantic comedy, "Lovewrecked," with Amanda Bynes.   Lance has starred as Corny Collins in “Hairspray” on Broadway, published his memoir "Out of Sync" and danced his way to the finals of Season seven of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.”

In 2012 Lance launched a pop culture radio show on Sirius XM called, “Dirty Pop with Lance Bass."   Additionally Lance is active in various charitable organizations including serving on the Young Hollywood Board of the Environmental Media Association. He is also the National Youth Spokesperson for World Space Week, consistent which his interest in space travel and cosmonaut training.

Rigzang Wangchuck

Variety has said “Alec Mapa is a freak. No one should be this talented.” With uproarious live performances and ground breaking television roles, actor and comedian Alec Mapa has entertained audiences worldwide in every imaginable medium.

Alec’s television career has gone from desperate to ugly with not one but two recurring roles on ABC’s “Desperate Housewives” and “Ugly Betty”. On Wisteria Lane Alec is known as Gabriel Solis’ personal shopper “Vern.” On “Ugly Betty” no gossip report would be complete without the latest from Alec as fashion reporter extraordinaire “Suzuki St. Pierre.” And Alec guest starred on over 40 television series, including “Alias,” “Friends,” “Roseanne,” “Seinfeld,” and “NYPD Blue.”

Alec has entertained live audiences with Rosie O’Donnell aboard her R Family Cruises and all over the world with Atlantis Cruises. Alec was awarded the prestigious Davidson Valentini GLAAD Award for promoting equal rights for the LGBT community. A tireless fundraiser Alec has toured the country on behalf of The Human Rights Campaign and The Matthew Shepard foundation earning him the unofficial title of “America’s Gaysian Sweetheart”.


Mitch Silpa appears in “Bridesmaids,” “The Heat,” “Along Came Polly,” and the upcoming “Welcome to Me” opposite Kristen Wiig.  His TV credits include “The Client List,” “Ben and Kate,” “Two Broke Girls,” “In Plain Sight,” “Curb your Enthusiasm,” “Desperate Housewives,” “Reno 911!” and “Gilmore Girls.”   He also co-executive produced, wrote & starred the pilot “Just Posted” for FOX.   He also plays David Blaine in wildly popular YouTube David Blaine Street Magic series.   He is a member of LA’s legendary comedy and improv troupe, the Groundlings.

Clay Hampton

Drew Droege is best known for his online videos as Chloë Sevigny, which have been called "compulsively watchable" by The Advocate and recently named one of the 50 best web series of all time by TimeOut New York.  He’s also the recipient of Outfest film festival’s Special Programming Award For Emerging Talent, one of OUT magazine’s Out 100, and one of LA Weekly’s Top Comedy Acts to Watch.  His podcast, "Glitter In The Garbage," was deemed "lowbrow and brilliant" by New York magazine’s Approval Matrix.   He has guest starred on "Happy Endings",   "Chelsea Lately,” "Up All Night", "Hot In Cleveland", "New Girl", "How I Met Your Mother" and "Reno 911!"   He’s an alumni of both the Groundlings and Upright Citizens Brigade.

Priti Khadga

The hilarious Tania Gunadi was born in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia. She started her career on the Disney Channel multiple TV series and movies, including “Even Stevens,” “Pixels Perfect,” “Go Figure,” and as a series regular on “Aaron Stone.” She has also appeared on “It’s always sunny in Philadelphia,” “Boston Public,” “Magic of Ordinary Days,” and the feature films “Spring Breakdown,” “Bob Funk,” “Possession,” “Unconditionally,” “Snow Bride,” and “Zambezia.” Tania was a series regular on the Emmy-winning “Transformers: Prime,” and co-stars in Disney’s “Penn Zero: Part Time Hero” and “Enlisted.”

She is both an animal rights activist and heads Fairy Tale Charity, her personal campaign to build wells and provide safe drinking water in Indonesia.

Chana Dorje

Kee Chan is an impressive actor, with palpable charisma, who has moved and inspired audiences all over the world. Born during a period of social turbulence in Singapore, Kee made his way to Australia, where he studied acting and perfected his craft. From there, he came to Hollywood and has been actively working in film and television ever since.

Kee is most notably recognized for the role of Senator Malé-Dee in “Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.” He also appeared in John Woo’s “Mission Impossible II,” and he played the insane General Somchaik in “At World’s End.” Kee also starred opposite the late Dennis Hopper in the television series, “Flatland.”

With a heart of gold along with a gritty determination, Kee, a recent American citizen, is a genuine inspiration to all who meet him.

The gorgeous chocolate labradoodle, Zoey Barrett-Peters, appears in this motion picture as a personal favor to the production.



Stewart Wade

In 2006, Stewart was named one of Outfest’s “Five in Focus” filmmakers chosen as “the next wave of hot new talent” for his feature debut “Coffee Date,” starring Wilson Cruz, Jonathan Silverman, Sally Kirkland, Elaine Hendrix, Jason Stuart and Deborah Gibson. “Coffee Date” won numerous festival awards and received a theatrical release. It is now available on DVD (TLA Releasing) and is regularly featured on LOGO.

Stewart’s second feature as writer/director, “Tru Loved,” featuring Jasmine Guy, Alexandra Paul, Alec Mapa, Cynda Williams, Bruce Vilanch, Nichelle Nicholls, Vernon Wells and Jane Lynch, also won numerous festival awards. In addition, it received the prestigious Focus on Equality Award from PFLAG (Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays). It also had a theatrical release (Regent Releasing) and came out on DVD in January 2010.

David is the screenwriter/executive producer of “Bad Actress,” an award-winning indie comedy that premiered at the Miami International Film Festival in 2011. “Bad Actress” screened in festivals worldwide, and went on to win the 10 Degrees Hotter Award for Best Picture at the Valley Film Festival. “Bad Actress” sold to Strand Releasing and is now available on DVD and iTunes.

“Over The Rainbow,” his romcom fairy tale, was included in Outfest’s prestigious Screenwriting Lab, and in the fall 2011, David’s play, “Brentwood,” an ensemble comedy, was included in Noah Wylie’s Blank Theatre’s Living Room Series of new works. Additionally, David has a background in reality television, writing on multiple series for HGTV, including “What’s With That House?” “Over Your Head,” and numerous network specials.

“Hitched,” David’s account of San Francisco’s historic same-sex marriages inspired the publication of an anthology of essays, Avalon Publishing Group, in 2005. Non-fiction essays of David’s have been performed at the Salon at the Celebration Theatre in Hollywood, and his photography has been published in the Los Angeles Times. David worked in television development at Columbia Pictures Television, Warner Bros. Television and Spelling Television, Inc.


Since arriving in Los Angeles from his native New Jersey, David has worked at virtually every job listed in the credits of a movie. He produced Stewart Wade’s previous feature “Tru Loved” and as an editor, David has cut a dozen independent feature films, along with countless other shorts, music videos, trailers, etc. He serves on the board of directors of the feminist organization “A Is For,” and created a viral video campaign for them in 2012 which garnered over two million hits. Recently, he has shot videos for the Duggan for Mayor Campaign, Laurene Jobs’ College Track Foundation, and directed the satirical web series “Law of the Land.” David also appears in “Such Good People” in the small but pivotal role of “Sketchy Man.”


Pierluigi Malavasi
Director of Photography

Pierluigi Malavasi has the eye of a master. A recognized Director of Photography by the age of nineteen, Italian-born Pierluigi, or better known as “Gigi,” has taken the cinematography world by storm. At the age of eight he picked up his first camera and by twelve he knew he wanted to be a Director of Photography. “I had a dream,” Gigi says, “to tell stories through images and lighting. To create new worlds and give the audience the opportunity to feel.” And in eight short years he has helmed the camera department of fourteen feature films and multiple television series.

Jonathan Dinerstein

Jonathan Dinerstein is a composer of skill and versatility, with the ability to create affecting and engaging music for any setting. His recent credits include the Broadway backstage documentary feature, “The Standbys,” the 2010 indie comedy favorite, “Drones,” the groundbreaking Emmy Award-winning online series, “Satacracy 88,” additional music for the Tribeca Film Festival-winning feature, “Red Doors,” and scores for national television broadcast on shows including documentaries, wildlife series, cooking programs, commercials, Saturday morning cartoons, and more.

At home in any musical style, Jonathan’s aim is always to find the emotional center of a project and to create an organic complement to its visual component, a seamless marriage of music and picture. His compositional strengths include a keen melodic sense, orchestrational sophistication, and a sensitivity to dramatic storytelling.

Jonathan pursued a unique course of study at Harvard University combining music and cognitivie neuro-psychology, writing a thesis on the brain’s processing of emotional responses to music. He then honed his score-writing in the University of Southern California’s prestigious graduate program in Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television. There, he studied under such prominent industry figures as Christopher Young, Pete Anthony, and David Raksin, and conducted his compositions on Paramount Studio’s Scoring Stage M. Also an accomplished musical director and pianist, Jonathan can regularly be heard playing for musical theater, cabaret, jazz and comedy in Los Angeles, including for the hit monthly staged comedy show, “The Thrilling Adventure Hour.” His hands can be seen playing piano on TV’s “Glee.”

Christine Treibel
Line Producer

Christine produced the outrageous, award-winning indie comedy, “Who’s Afraid of Vagina Wolf?” – which is currently sweeping the festival circuit. As line producer, she recently wrapped the feature “ETXR” for FOX Digital Studios. She is now producing for The Fine Bros, the 22nd most subscribed YouTube channel on the web. In 2012, she was the production manager for the People’s Choice Nominee, “East Los High,” now streaming on Hulu.com.

From 2009-2012, Christine spearheaded the 600+ spot national “revenue generator” campaign promoting “Wheel of Fortune” and “Jeopardy.” She also was both production coordinator and unit production manager on commercials for national brands like Reebok, Starbucks and Boost Mobile. She is a graduate of UCLA.

Beau J. Genot has earned a distinguished reputation as both a producer and post-production supervisor.

His producing credits include acclaimed indie director Greg Araki’s films, “Mysterious Skin,” “Smiley Face” and “KaBoom.” Director Bob King’s “Bad Actress,” and “Sparks,” a short by Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

Beau has worked with the very best of independent filmmakers: Catherine Hardwick (“Thirteen”), Randy Barbato and Fenton Bailey (“Party Monster” and “Inside Deep Throat”), and David Slade (“Hard Candy”), Alan Rudolph (“Investigating Sex”), Terry Zwigoff (“Art School Confidential”), Tommy O’Haver (“An American Crime”), Lisa Cholodenko (“Laurel Canyon”), and Jill Specher (“Thirteen Conversations About One Thing”).

Beau is a member in good standing of the Society of Post Production Supervisors, and the Hollywood Post Alliance. He has lectured on Post Production at UCLA.


Greg Sterling
Story Co-Writer

“Such Good People” story co-writer, Greg Sterling, is a writer, editor and tech journalist who lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Over the past 13 years he has worked in cable TV, radio, documentary film and live theater. Prior to that Greg was a practicing attorney.

That’s a wrap! A few moments after “Such Good People” wrapped production.

Our fantastic crew. These are all the such good people who made “Such Good People.”

Thank you to all our extras who worked the big party scene. You were all great!








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"Such Good People" Kickstarter Campaign


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Director/Producer Stewart Wade


Screenwriter/Producer David Michael Barrett’s indie feature “Bad Actress”

David Avallone, Producer, Editor

"Buyer and Cellar" is Michael Urie’s hilarious one-man show

Composer Jonathan Dinerstein

Dirty Pop with Lance Bass

Getting On with James Urbaniak

Overview with Rick Overton

Gigi Malavasi, Director of Photography

Opening Titles Animation Ken Brady

Opening Titles Illustration and Animation John Kovaleski

Screenwerk: Greg Sterling’s new media blog

Graphic Designer Alexander Irvine

Lovable Labradoodles

Southwestern Law School

The Rainbow Square, LGBT videos internationally translated

Featured Extras and YouTube stars, Will & RJ

Dominique Müller’s Asia Travel Videos

Finding Cupid

The Kingdom of Bhutan


The Humane Society

The Porpoise Purpose

Benefitting the Orphans of Bhutan: Help Us Care

LA County Animal Pet Adoption

California Greyhound Rescue

Acid Reflux

David & Augusta Avallone’s Burlesque Show “Victory Variety Hour”

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