Barry's Bio

Barry Fineman lives in Pt. Pleasant, NJ. He originally is from California where he attended the University of Southern California and developed a love for cinematography. Before graduating however, Barry discovered something he enjoyed more than filmmaking… food. He dropped out of USC to attend culinary school. Barry was home at last until he was kicked out of culinary school as well. It seems that the powers that be did not appreciate Barry’s love for food when he sampled all the other students’ prepared dishes just minutes before exam. Barry is currently unemployed in NJ and lives comfortably on a settlement he received from a food poisoning lawsuit.


Darren's Bio

Darren DeBari was born in June of 1972 in Point Pleasant Hospital. He has lived his whole life in Brick, New Jersey. Ever since he was young he was interested in drama .His first play was in seventh grade at St.Dominic's in Brick. From 1986 to 1990 he attended St. Rose in Belmar where he acted in all the productions. DeBari took on many challenging roles as he displayed his versatile acting styles portraying everyone from John Wilkes Boothe to the Cowardly Lion. In 1990 he received the Tim Hauser Award for four years of acting excellence there. In 1990 he attended Ocean County College where he acted in many theatre productions including Our Town. He also acted in the Two Dessert Theater shows Hot Ice and Bluebeard playing multiple roles. There he met his two best friends Gregory Wilson and Scott Dipalo.

DeBari went on to attend Montclaire State in 1992. There he adapted and starred in Ray Bradbury's The Lonely One for two workshop productions. In the following years DeBari filmed many feature length and short VHS-C movies. Starring along with DeBari were Scott Dipalo and Greg Wilson. The movies ranged from action to drama to horror to comedy. The horror film The Apparition aired in Indiana four consecutive weekends. In 1997 DeBari, Wilson, and Dipalo starred together in an independent film called Jesus Banana: What's Man Doing? DeBari considers his performance as Donald (a frustrated and self centered husband) his best acting yet. DeBari is also currently working with Dipalo and Wilson in a Valenti Vision Film titled Lying Beside You that is due out Spring of 2000. DeBari is also continuing to write. He has written several plays and scripts with the hopes of getting them published.

"What a piece of work is a man" is DeBari's favorite quote from Hamlet.