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Lexi Rabe


American actress who is best recognized for having starred in Avengers: Endgame as Morgan Stark, the daughter of Tony Stark and Pepper Potts. She is also recognized for having starred in the 2019 film Godzilla: King of the Monsters


Her mom is an actress and acting coach. Lexi initially got her her first part in 2017 when she debuted in Godzilla: King of the Monsters, a film her other was working as an acting coach on. The first picture she starred in that was released though was Avengers: Endgame in 2019. 

She has two siblings who are also known for their acting including Logan Rabe and Elizabeth Hemmingsen. 

Stephen Costantino


A native of Hoboken, New Jersey, Stephen Costantino developed a passion for music at a young age, when he drew notice for playing guitar, singing & songwriting. It's a pattern that has continued to this day.
Soon after moving to California in 1978, he began studying martial arts in Los Angeles with Hugh van Patten, who introduced him to another young musician in one of his classes, Corey Dee Williams, son of the actor and painter Billy Dee Williams.  Stephen and Corey hit it off immediately and started a band they called Incognito.  Later it would reincarnate as Atmosphere.
When Billy Dee was readying his character Lando Calrissian for movie “Return of the Jedi," he asked Corey to be his stand-in when the film company went on location in Yuma, AZ.  Stephen was invited to come


along so that he and Corey could continue to play and write music.  Before long, he was recruited for a part in the film;  he was to portray a Gamorrean Guard in service to Jabba the Hutt, fighting Luke Skywalker in defense of his despicable master.

Stephen has played guitar on sessions with Crazy Town, New Edition, Bel Biv Devoe, and the Black Eyed Peas, working with resident music producer Brett "Epic" Mazur at Scotti Brothers Records.
Another one of his most enduring musical partnerships has been with actor/director Billy Wirth, still haunting as a vampire in "Lost Boys."  They formed a band called The Cronies in the early '90s and continue to write songs and perform them at venues throughout Southern California.

In addition to providing songs for film soundtracks ("Me & Will," "Last Lives," "Looking for Jimmy," "Java Heads," "Starlight"), Stephen has ventured into movie making himself, having served as a producer of the documentary "Walking After Midnight" and the short "Lone Greasers" and the feature "Starlight."
In 2015, Stephen will be releasing a CD of his songs which he has been producing and mixing to showcase his myriad talents and interests. 

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Joanie Brosas


Joanie Brosas is known for her Cosplay and modeling career that started in 2011 at a little Star Trek convention in San Francisco.

Her Cosplay and modeling career has opened many magical doors for her, including the worlds of Voice Acting, Streaming, and even Singing! Through her career, she's proud to share her love for people and spreading kindness, and the practice of having more patience and understanding.

Her career highlights include: the voice of Arcana Thrice in The Oracle of Outer Space, the voice of Matilda in That Monster Show, Comic cover variants including Vampirella, Vengeance of Vampirella, Reanimator vs Vampirella, Red Sonja, Shi, and Aphrodite IX, Featured model on Scifi's body painting show Naked Vegas, Art Reference for a MTG Strixhaven card: Guiding Voice (ft her husband Cole, painted by Steve Argyle), Comic News Anchor for Comic Kingdom of Canada, and so much more!

She has used her platform to encourage love and acceptance towards all walks of life and has cultivated a community that emulates a loving

family (aka the JoBro fam). So, if you have a love for Star Trek, Star Wars, Video Games, Pokémon, Movies, and anything in between, please don't be shy to meet Joanie Brosas!

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