Award Winning Film and TV Writer l Cartoonist l Musician l Author l Voice Actor
Dave is a multi-award winning film and TV writer, cartoonist, musician, author and voice actor. His credits include Everybody Loves Raymond, National Lampoon, Nickelodeon, Disney, Warner Bros. and the SyFy Channel. His award winning books include the International Book Award winning children's book, Bag Boy and Sweet Slob, and his best selling humor book, Brain Explosion, a collection of his work from National Lampoon, available at Barnes and Noble and Amazon. Dave is also the creator of the new hit teen horror TV show, Professor Creepy's Scream Party, that aired on the Monster Channel and Amazon Prime TV, and Cemetery GoGo, his syndicated late night FM radio show. As a musician, Dave has recorded with Larry Thomas (Seinfeld), had a hit kids song on JenniRadio and has performed all over the country as well as playing guitar at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. Comedy wise, Dave has performed on the main stages of legendary clubs around the country including The Laugh Factory, Comedy Store and Flappers. Dave currently has several major film and TV projects, book tour and live shows coming up. Dave is a high in demand speaker as well having appeared all over the country at conventions, schools and events.
Actor | Producer | Writer
Kevin Spirtas is perhaps best known for his roles as Dr. Craig Wesley on the soap opera "Days of Our Lives," Jonas Chamberlain on the ABC soap opera "One Life to Live," and as Nick in the slasher film "Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood."
In 2019, Spirtas won three Emmys for his series “After Forever” streaming on Amazon.
Claude Hall, a native New Yorker whose gypsy soul led her to live in Paris and Saint Barths, first expressed her creativity through fashion and design before moving onto developing her passion for Jazz. Living in LA, Claude has honed her craft performing to sold out audiences at some the city's most iconic venues including the Baked Potato and Vibrato, thus landing her the headline gig at the 2019 St. Barths Jazz Festival. She has earned recognition from Music Connection Magazine as one of the top 100 unsigned artists. Claude Hall's style blends the sultry class of Lena Horne with Eartha Kitt's alluring enunciation to create a tantalizing and unique brand of jazz phrasing.
Dawn Noel is a Television Academy member and has produced the short film "Shattered Pitch" starring Chad Coleman (The Wire & The Walking Dead) and the award-winning short film "22 Years," both having multiple distribution deals. "22 Years" has won numerous awards on the film festival circuit including Best Short Film, Best Actress, Best Director, Audience Choice and Best Sound.
Born in Philadelphia, Dawn attended the prestigious High School for the Performing Arts and went on to get a BFA from the University of the Arts. Very soon Dawn was making her mark on Broadway in The "Lion King," "In The Heights" and "Fame." Dawn also toured with both Madonna and Jennifer Lopez as a featured dancer on their worldwide tours. Dawn is currently a producer with Rocketfuel Entertainment with recurring roles on NCIS and All Rise.
Musician | Composer | Producer
An internationally-acclaimed musician, composer and producer, Charles "Chazzy" Green's charisma and creativity captivates music lovers of all ages. Born in Detroit, Chazzy initially received classical training in clarinet and flute. He sells out every tour in Japan and local clubs in LA. His latest single, “Let’s Go Home,” hit #15 on the International Smooth Jazz Radar Chart.
Jazz Trumpet Player
Trumpeter Thaddeus Ford and his 5 piece band have been nominated as Best Jazz Act and brings his gumbo of New Orleans Jazz, Afro-Caribbean rhythms, beautiful melodies and a sprinkle of funk to stages globally.
For 23 years, Thaddeus has been performing at several international Jazz festivals and held an 11 week residency at The House of Blues & Jazz in Shanghai, China.
A member of a prominent New Orleans family, which includes his grandfather, saxophonist Clarence Ford (Fats Domino, LaBelle, Little Richard, Guitar Slim), he was also educated at The New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, whose alumni include mentors Delfeayo and Wynton Marsalis, Terence Blanchard and Nicholas Payton.
It is all about content!
A brand new network determined to rival the likes of Nickelodeon and Disney, Netflix, Paramount+ and Amazon Prime, Jul-TV will be aggressively producing original family-friendly programs and licensing classic family TV shows and movies that anyone at any age can trust and enjoy delivered on Multi-Media Platforms through their own box on smart phones, laptops and smart TVs including
Amazon Fire Stick
iPhone Mobile Apps
Classic TV & Classic Movies
Distribution of Family-Friendly Programming
Founder and CEO, Tom Julian, is an Eastern Washington University educated Pre-Law/Economics graduate and executive producer who has an extensive resume in TV, advertising and media including bringing Better Homes & Gardens into the Daytime Programming Business starting with the 7 Station Network, while creating Cross Promotional Advertising with the magazine and cable television. This relationship resulted in BH&G “The Home Show," taking their articles into home video which would eventually become the concept for HGTV.
Other credits include Executive Producer for a Nationally Syndicated Special hosted by Mary Hart and starring George Burns and his work has been covered in outlets including People Magazine, USA Today and Entertainment Tonight. Tom was nominated, “Entrepreneur of the Year” 1996, by the Orange County Business Journal
R&B Soul Singer
Los Angeles native Sharron Moore has performed with such artists as Tom Petty and The Counting Crows, opened for the Temptations, Jefferson Starship and the legendary Roy Gaines among so many others. She brings a fusion of smooth jazz, soul and gospel laced with the gritty heartfelt sounds of bayou blues and rock n' roll to venues across the country. "Her style, her way" as she says!
Author | Spoken Word / Performance Artist
Marc has performed in 8 countries, over 150 American cities, published 5 books, produced 19 spoken word albums, written 20 books of poetry and performed and/or held workshops at over 50 universities including Harvard and Yale.
Marcel has also made 5 national television appearances, entertained the US Military Base in Qatar and the Al Udeid Air Base, and performed at the Smithsonian in Washington DC for the 2009 Presidential Inaugural Peace Ball for President Obama.
He is the author of, "The Book that Doesn’t Even Matter," a philosophy on the meaning of life, as well as the creator and animator of, "Gurus," an animated satire of history’s greatest philosophers.