Where are they now? The cast and crew of Farscape have been, are, or will be doing some very interesting work! Here's a look at what's happening with some of our favorite people!

Brian Henson (Executive Producer and Director) and Victor Yerrid will be performing in the upcoming sequel to The Dark Crystal. Set for a 2008 release, the film is titled The Power of the Dark Crystal. For some preliminary sketches for the movie, click here.

Raelee lrth.JPG (346943 bytes)Raelee Hill will be appearing in Long Road to Heaven, a movie "about people searching for peace and 'heaven' in life here on earth. Raelee wil play the part of an Australian reporter named Liz Thompson. For more information, click here. About halfway down the page, there's a great image of Raelee for your desktop. The film will be showing at the Jakarta Film Festival later this month!

PuppetUp3.jpg (48165 bytes)Brian Henson (Executive Producer and Director) and Victor Yerrid (Puppeteer for Bishan in The Peacekeeper Wars) are both puppeteers for The Jim Henson Company's new puppet improv show Puppet Up! - Uncensored. They'll be in Australia this coming March and April 92007) for live shows in Sydney and in Melbourne. For more information, check out their website at Puppet Up! Uncensored.

David Kemper: After almost total silence since Peacekeeper Wars, Mr. Kemper has surfaced with a five-picture deal with the SciFi Channel, co-produced by Rigel (!) Entertainment. "Rigel Entertainment’s new president, David Macaione, says the first two Kemper films, creature features Heat Stroke and Tyrannosaurus Azteca, are in development. They are being targeted for Sci Fi’s Saturday movie franchise, according to network spokeswoman Adrienne D’Amato, who said Sci Fi will be a production partner as well. The first one could hit the network by sometime next year, she said" For the complete story, click here.

Lani Tupu (Bialar Crais) will be appearing in an episode of Monarch Cove on Lifetime TV. The first episode will air on November 4th at 9 pm (Eastern). When the exact episode that Lani will be in is announced, I'll post it here.

Brian Henson (Director and Executive Producer) has completed shooting a pilot for THE LATE NIGHT BUFFET WITH AUGIE AND DEL, an irreverent talk show from The Jim Henson Company which mixes newly created puppets from the world-famous Jim Hensons Creature Shop interacting with live celebrity guests in a talk-show format. Puppets Augustus Pfiffle and Delbert Kastle serve as hosts for the show, much of which will be improvised between the puppets and the guests who appear. THE LATE NIGHT BUFFET is being produced for TBS by The Jim Henson Company, with Brian Henson (Farscape) and Bill Barretta (The Muppets Wizard of Oz) serving as both executive producers and puppeteers.

Rowan Woods (Director of Nerve, Kansas, and more) has a new movie available on DVD. Little Fish, starring Cate Blanchett and Sam Neill, has gotten an outstanding review from Entertainment Weekly and is available from Amazon.com

Last Train to Freo starring Gigi Edgley (and Steve Le Marquand - the Oo-Nii in What Was Lost - and directed by Jeremy Sims (Rorf in Til the Blood Runs Clear & Liars Guns & Money) has been accpted into the Australian Film Institute

Nightmares & Dreamscapes by Stephen King has several Farscape Alumni. The taxi driver in the episode Crouch End was played by Linel Haft, who played one of the Zenetan Pirates in Liars Guns and Money and Maryk in The Peacekeeper WarsChris Heywood (Maldis in That Old Black Magic & Picture if You Will) was Dr. Bogner in Road Virus and Bruce Spence (Prefect Falaak in A Prefect Murder) played the murder victim, Hans Morris in Stephen King's Nightmares and Dreamscapes, directed by Brian Henson! Also appearing in this series are Linal Haft (one of the Zenetan Pirates in Liars Guns and Money) in Crouch End and Chris Heywood (Maldis) in Road Virus

Jason Clarke (the Scarran Jenek in Prayer and the We're So Screwed trilogy) will be starring in Showtime's Brotherhood. According to Entertainment Weekly, he'll be playing "an ambitious state representative prone to backroom dealing and cronyism". The show debuts July 9th at 10 pm EDT

Gigi Edgley will be appearing in a new movie titled "Final Destination" (working title Alien vs Alien) which was filmed in St. Louis.

Wayne Pygram (Governor Tarkin) has an autographed trading card for the new Star Wars Evolution 2 set released by Topps in July. This is one of the rarest cards in the set, with only 200 signed being available. 

Raelee Hill has the part of a Paramedic in the upcoming Superman Returns. The film will be released in the US on June 30, 2006, the UK on July 14, and Australia on June 29.

Paul Goddard has a new CD! From an Emeraldcity post on Terra Firma: "He has written and arranged all the music on the CD and there is even a wonderful jazz number featuring Claudia Black. And you also get to hear Paul singing on several tracks and the instrumentals are amazing.  This is a full CD of 11 songs, over 50 minutes of music. Wonderful combination of jazz and easy listening.......(sorry you rock and rollers, there is none of that here) but the musicianship is fantastic." 

Claudia Black is playing the role of Fauna in the new video game "Neopets: The Darkest Faerie". 

Andrew Prowse (Director of Liars, Guns and Money, Part 1, Look at the Princess, Parts 1 & 3, Bad Timing, Unrealized Reality and several more) is directing Attack of the Gryphon, a TV movie set to be distributed by the US SciFi Channel in 2006. The film is currently in post-production.

Rowan Woods (Director of A Human Reaction, Nerve, Won't Get Fooled Again and many more)
talks about Little Fish in an interview with the Australian Film Commission here .

Bianca Chiminello will be appearing in two movies, both in post-production: Toxic, in which she plays Raven, and Japan in which she plays Sarah Costra. To see the trailer for Japan, click here.

Brian Henson (Director: Peacekeeper Wars, Exodus from Genesis, Executive Producer) has a couple of new things in the works. He'll be Executive Producing both Fraggle Rock: The Movie in 2007 - which he's also directing, and The Power of the Dark Crystal, also in 2007. He's a director of one episode (Battleground) of the upcoming series "Nightmares and Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King" which will air on TNT in 2006.

Tony Tilse (Director of PK TEch Girl, The Way We Weren't, Green Eyed Monster and several more) is currently directing a new TV series for Australian TV called "Tripping Over", an Australian/British co-production which is set Australia, England and Thailand. It centres on a young man (MacPherson) who travels around the world while his mother recounts her own travels in her younger days.

Naren Shankar is a writer and producer on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, one of the top shows on US Television.

Sadly, David Peckinpah (Writer: Twice Shy & We're So Screwed, Part 1) passed away this past April of heart failure. He was 54 years old.

Michael Cassutt (Writer: Out of Their Minds) is co-writer of an anthology series called "Masters of Science Fiction. The series is currently in pre-production and the airdate isn't yet available. J. Michael Straczynski (Babylon 5) is also given a writing credit for the series. It will consist of six hour-long films and will air on ABC in fall 2006. The series will contain tales from Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Harlan Ellison, Robert Heinlein, Stanislav Lem and H.G. WellsEpisode 1 is to be titled Watchbird.

Rowan Woods has gotten an outstanding review of his new movie, Little Fish from Entertainment Weekly. To quote: "...Rowan Woods, a major filmmaker in the making." To read the entire article, click here. Among the cast of Little Fish are Linda Cropper, Jason Chong, Natasha Beauont and Terry Serio, all Farscape alumni.

Tony Tilse has just begun directing Lockie Leonard, a film based on the book of the same name by author Tim Winton. The film will air on Australia's Nine Network, Nickelodeon Australia, and Jetix in the UK in 2008. Rhys Muldoon (Staanz in The Flax) will be among the cast.

Guy Gross is producing and directing an animation mini-series called Staines Down Drains.

Sue Millikin (Producer) is in post production for Solo, "a dark journey into the heart of the Australian underworld". The film stars, among others, Bruce Spence (Prefect Falaak in A Prefect Murder), Angie Millikin (Volmae in Thank God It's Friday, Again & the voice of Yoz in Out of Their Minds), and Chris Heywood (Maldis (and his alternate egos) in That Old Black Magic and Picture if You Will)

Rebecca Gibney (Rinic Sarova in Thanks for Sharing) is set to be among the cast in Clubland, a sexual coming of age comedy, that is currently in pre-production.

Imogen Annesley (Peacekeeper Barbie) is among the cast of Cross Life currently in post production. The movie is described as "Ten fragments of life. Three days until Christmas. The crossroads beckon in six interlocking stories revealing the isolation and tribulation of life in Sydney's Kings Cross.

Steve Le Marquand (Oo-Nii in What Was Lost) and Jack Finsterer (Gleeg in Lava is a Many Splendored Thing) are among the cast of The Untitled Kokoda Movie. The film is inspired by the story of a platoon of the 39th Australian Infantry Battalion. The story visually descibes the courage, mateship, endurance and sacrifice these men faced.

Ben Browder (John Crichton)

Ben will be at the Official Farscape Convention on November 18-20, 2005. UPDATE: For images of his appearance at this convention, check out Karlsweb's Convention Pages.

Stargate SG-1 Season 9 has a new team leader! Ben is playing Colonel Cameron Mitchell on the long running show. New Episodes will begin in January. 2006, and you can catch up on Season 9 episodes on Friday nights at 8:00 pm (Eastern) starting in October 2005. For tons of information on Stargate, go to Gateworld, a fantastic site with regular updates about all things Stargate. UPDATE: Stargate SG-1 has been renewed for a 10th season and these eps will be showing starting in the summer of 2006.

Back in November 2004, Ben narrated the audiobook of Intelopers by Alan Dean Foster. It's available from Buzzy Multimedia.

Ben was the voice of Bat Lash in the Cartoon Network's animated series Justice League Unlimited, episode #64, The Once and Future Thing: Part 1 Weird Western Tales. The show airs on Saturdays at 10 and 10:30 pm on the Cartoon Network.

A Killer Within, a suspense movie starring C. Thomas Howell, Sean Young, Dedee Pfeiffer and of course, Ben Browder. Check out Fireside Entertainment's website for more information.

Ben Browder was working on a series for The History Channel about ancient battles. The show was a go but Ben's pilot ep never hit the small screen. However, you can view a clip of the promo of Decisive Battles at Ben Browder online.

Claudia Black (Aeryn Sun)

Claudia has also been working on Stargate SG-1. She played Vala Mal Doran in two season eight eps and in the first six episodes of the 9th season, and will reprise the role in the last two episodes of the season. Rumors have been flying that she'll be back next season - if there is a next season (UPDATE: There is a new season coming in the summer of 2006, and Claudia will be a regular cast member!). New Episodes will begin in January. 2006, and you can catch up on Season 9 episodes on Friday nights at 8:00 pm (Eastern) starting in October 2005. 

Claudia will be featured in an new anime project called Stolen Life. More information on this project can be found at Southeast Scapers. There's an article on their BB and here's a link to it. Also, click here for a link to Stolen Life's website. UPDATE: Southeast Scapers now has a guest blog with Peter Rasmussen, the director of Stolen Life. It's a must read for any Claudia Black fan (and aren't we all?). 

UPDATE: Claudia will be signing trading cards for the Stargate SG-1 Season 8 set from Rittenhouse Archives due out on March 1. She'll even be signing 2 different cards, one of them a dual auto card, with Michael Shanks that will be the 6-case incentive for the set. 

She is the voice of Artemis in the video game "God of War", said to be one of the best action/adventure games on the PlayStation 2 platform.  "The voice acting is nothing short of phenomenal..." according to one reviewer. 

Claudia is also the voice of Lady Briana in Lords of Everquest, another video game that was released in 2003.

TwistTale.jpg (52500 bytes)William Shatner's A Twist in the Tale (Image Entertainment, $50): This 1998 TV series, produced in New Zealand, was a kid-friendly version of Alfred Hitchcock Presents. Stories were built around surprise endings, but the focus was on stories of fantasy and history rather than horror and murder. William Shatner is on hand as the storyteller who presents each tale to a group of children who listen eagerly. Farscape actress Claudia Black is among the guest stars. The boxed set has all 15 episodes of the hourlong series. From TV on DVD by Tim Clodfelter

Gigi Edgley (Chiana)

In 2004, Gigi had the recurring part of Katherine Marks in several episodes of the Australian TV show "Stingers". 

She's also seen in a feature film called "Last Train to Freo" which will be directed by Jeremy Sims (Rorf), and also star Steve Le Marquand (The Oo-Nii). This film was selected by ScreenWest to be awarded $750,000 towards its production. The film is adapted from a book of hte same name and is a psychological drama set on a suburban train on its journey to Fremantle.

She also played the part of George in the Australian TV show, "The Secret Life of Us". Claudia Karvan (Natira in Liars, Guns & Money) and Damian DeMontemas (one of the PK Commando goons from Exodus from Genesis) are also in the cast.

Previously, Gigi played the part of Liz Kempson in BlackJack, a TV movie directed by Peter Andrikidis (The Flax, ..Different Destinations, Infinite Possibilities I & more). It's about a cop who tracks down the perpetrators of long unsolved crimes and also stars Kate Beahan (Hubero in Fractures), Victoria Longley (Neeyala in Self Inflicted Wounds), John Brumpton (B'Sogg in Home on the Remains and Katoya in Mental as Anything), Tina Bursill (Empress Novia in Look at the Princess), Jason Clarke (Jenek in Prayer & We're So Screwed), Wadih Dona (Tauvo Crais in That Old Black Magic), Inge Hornstra (Essk in I-Yensch, You-Yensch), Melissa Jaffer (Noranti) and, Anthony Simcoe (D'Argo). Whew! Seems like quite a reunion! UPDATE: A second Blackjack movie Blackjack: In the Money, was also made which was directed by Ian Watson (Crackers Don't Matter, Eat Me, The Hidden Memory and more ). Besides Gigi, Marta Dusseldorp (Officer Yal Henta in "Into the Lion's Den pts 1 & 2) was in the cast & Lesley Vanderwalt was the key makeup artist.

Gigi will be at the Official Farscape Convention on November 18-20, 2005. UPDATE: For images of her appearance at this convention, check out Karlsweb's Convention Pages..

Anthony Simcoe (D'Argo)

Anthony Simcoe's band, formerly known as Number 96, briefly known as Giant Killers, and presently known as Signal Room, has a web site with news, gigs, bios and photos of the band members. Wayne Pygram (Scorpius/Harvey) plays drums and sings backing vocals, Anthony does vocals and guitar, Steve Edwards is guitar and backing vocals, and Gerry Kortegast is on bass guitar.

Anth has also appeared in the two part mini-series "Marking Time", a Romeo and Juliet story set in a rural Australian town, and in the comedy "Syntax Error" On stage, Simcoe starred in the Sydney Theatre Company's The Unlikely Prospect of Happiness.

David Franklin (Captain Braca)

I caught David in an IBM commercial during a golf tournament a couple of weeks ago. He's the one in the long wig (I think it's a wig) who's throwing money at the problem.

David has not one, but two autograph cards in the recently released trading card set titled "The Quotable Xena" which was released by Rittenhouse Archives. David played the part of Brutus in several Xena episodes and besides having one card all to himself, he's also paired in a double autograph card with Karl Urban, who played Caesar. This twofer is a limited edition which means that there are about half as many avaible as the rest of the autograph cards.

David will be at the Official Farscape Convention on November 18-20, 2005. UPDATE: For images of his appearance at this convention, check out Karlsweb's Convention Pages..

And there's more: David Franklin plays the part of the Maitre D' in The Matrix Reloaded. Also in the movie is Malcolm Kennard (Meelak in A Clockwork Nebari) and Ian Bliss (Peacekeeper scientist Drillic in Losing Time). 

DavidFranklinVioletsVisit.jpg (48752 bytes)Speaking of The Matrix, some familiar faces are also in the third film, The Matrix Revolutions: Ian Bliss (Peacekeeper scientist Drillic in Losing Time), and Bruce Spence (Prefect Faalak in A Prefect Murder) who's also appearing in Lord of the Rings: The return of he King and Star Wars Episode III.

His 1995 movie "Violet's Visit" has recently been released on DVD and is available from Amazon.com and other retailers

UPDATE: At the Farscape convention, David said that he had been in Vancouver (where Stargate & Battlestar are filmed) and that he had had an audition. Maybe there's no connection, but in any case, he didn't say for what and he didn't say (or know at the time) whether he had gotten the part. 


Rygel, well perhaps it's best if we don't speak of Rygel. Our Dominar has fallen on hard times, gotten into the beer and become a couch potato. We saw a bit of that when he was on earth (Kansas) and discovered the joys of junk food. It's only gotten worse since then. 

Virginia Hey (Zhaan)

Virginia Hey (Zhaan) is giving Meditation Workshops! From Virginia's website

"The general meditations that I teach are for all adults and all religions. They are all encompassing and perfect for all levels of expertise, from beginners to the highly experienced lightworker.

"I use imagery to induce a feeling of peace and well-being, of healing and enlightenment. I use mental images of colored light, images of peaceful settings in nature, and encourage a mental process whereby a strong link to the sub-conscious is opened, and imaginary senses are activated by focusing on awareness of the surroundings of the imaginary nature setting I transports the student to. The student will be encouraged to “see“, “touch” and “smell” the beautiful floral natural setting in the imagination, thereby opening the ability to focus on an inner environment and self heal, or self motivate."

Virginia will be at the Official Farscape Convention on November 18-20, 2005 UPDATE: For images of her appearance at this convention, check out Karlsweb's Convention Pages..

Dave Elsey

RebeccaHunt & DaveElseyDave Elsey, Rebecca Hunt, Colin Ware and Lou Elsey, the Creature Shop wizards who made made the creatures that Farscape was famous for, have started their own company and now have their website up and running. The company is Image Creative Partnership.

UPDATE: Dave and company are nominated for an Academy Award for their work on Starwars: Revenge of the Sith!

UPDATE: Be sure to check out Karlsweb's exclusive interview with Rebecca Hunt of ICP

They handled the creature effects and prosthetic make ups on Star Wars Episode III. The website features loads of images of creatures from Farscape, some of which haven't been seen before. Wait til you get a look at an unused design for Sikozu, not to mention the oldest looking 19 year old I've ever seen! 

Click here to check out Image Creative Partnership's website.

Thanks to Dave Elsey, Rebecca Hunt, Colin Ware and Lou Elsey for passing this along. Karlsweb wishes you the best of fortune in your new enterprise and we hope to see you creating new Farscape people again soon.

Natira_ClaudiaKarvan.jpg (29272 bytes)Speaking of Star Wars, when you see Episode III, look for Claudia Karvin (Natira in Liars, Guns and Money) to play the part of Sola Naberrie. She was supposed to be in Episode I (The Phantom Menace) but her entire part was cut out of the film. Also, David Bowers returns as Mas Amedda, and Bruce Spence plays Tion Medon, "a helpful alien" in the movie. UPDATE: Claudia is part of the cast of Aquamarine, a fish-out-of-water comedy, in which Bruce Spence also appears. Another Australian film she appears in is  Small Claims: White Wedding, also featuring Rebecca Gibney (Rinic Sarova in "Thanks for Sharing").

Rockne S. O'Bannon

Rockne has written a TV mini-series called "The Triangle" for the SciFi Channel about group of people haunted by their experiences within the Bermuda Triangle who band together to confront its truths. He's also working on a couple of pilots, one titled Urban Arcana for SciFi. and another called Cult for the WB. According to SciFi Wire:

"It’s kind of based on my experiences with the Farscape fan community, obviously taken to an extreme,” O’Bannon said in an interview. “One of the aspects of Cult is the subculture that grows up around a television series. It’s kind of a show within a show. And it’s totally based on that [experience], but an extreme extrapolation, because the Farscape fans are wonderful, benign people, and not all the fans of Cult are anywhere near as benign. They’re actually quite nasty.”

Cult, which is currently in preproduction for a potential debut in the fall of 2006, centers around two brothers, one of whom is involved in the fan community of a fictional television series called Cult. When he goes missing, his older brother begins unraveling the mystery behind his disappearance and discovers that it may have something to do with the fandom of the show."

Brian Henson

Executive Producer Brian Henson has loads of projects in the works. He's directing The Power of the Dark Crystal which is a sequel to the 1982 film Dark Crystal and is slated for a 2006 release. Recently released are The Muppets Wizard of Oz in which Brian voices the character Sal Manilla (say that fast) and Muppets Party Cruise in which he voices Sal, Janice, Scooter and The Newsman. UPDATE: Brian will be executive producer for Fraggle Rock: The Movie, in which the Fraggles go to Outer Space. The movie is expected in 2007. A TV series titled "Nightmares and Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King" is also in the works. He'll be directing the segment "Battleground" which stars William Hurt. TNT (Turner Network Television) is the distributor.

David Kemper

According to SciFi magazine (read the article here), David Kemper is "currently at work on a six-hour miniseries and a slate of TV movies, all of which are in the sci-fi genre and all of which will feature Farscape alumni".

Gabrielle Stanton & Harry Werksman

Gabrielle Stanton & Harry Werksman, who wrote three Farscape episodes (The Ugly Truth, Home on the Remains & My Three Crichtons) are now producing for "Grey's Anatomy", a TV show that airs on Sunday nights on ABC in the US.

Wayne Pygram (Scorpius) 

Wayne took over the role of Governor Tarkin (formerly Grand Moff Tarkin) in Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith from Peter Cushing, who played the role in the original Star Wars movie.

In 2004, he appeared in "Through My Eyes", an Australian mini-series which received a Logie nomination for Most Outstanding Miniseries/Telemovie. Also appearing in the movie were (Nurse Kelsa in "...Different Destinations") Grant Bowler (Liko in "That Old Black Magic"), Chris Heywood (Maldis in "That Old Black Magic" and "Picture if you Will"), Angie Milliken (Volmai in "Thank God It's Friday, Again" and the voice of Yoz in "Out of Their Minds"), and Barry Otto (Tumii in "Coup by Clam")

He's plays the drums in the band Signal Room, which also counts Anthony Simcoe as one of its members.

Wayne will be at the Official Farscape Convention on November 18-20, 2005.


Pilot is doing quite well. Since he got fired from his job at M.I.T, he's had a great gig with The Big Apple Circus. Keep a look-out for him in a field near you next summer. He'll be the one in the very big tent!

Lani Tupu starred in the film Liquid Bridge and guest-starred in the television series Stingers. More importantly, Tupu has been busy making the world a more beautiful place with his artwork.

Tammy MacIntosh

TammyMacIntosh.jpg (14257 bytes)Tammy MacIntosh has a recurring role as Charlotte Beaumont in the Australian TV show All Saints, a medical drama about how nurses deal with the pain, fear and laughter that faces them every day in All Saints Western General Hospital. She's also appeared in the F. Murray Abraham comedy Repetition.

Also appearing in the show is Natasha Beaumont (Janixx in Taking the Stone), Chris Haywood (Maldis in That Old Black Magic and Picture if You Will) and Sam Healey (Scorpius's mother Rylani Jeema Dellos in Incubator). UPDATE: Season 9 of the series will begin in February 2006.

Tammy plays the part of Anell in Repetition, a comedy filmed in LA and released earlier this year.

Rowan Woods (Director, Actor (Big Zhaan))

Rowan Woods has a new movie out called Little Fish, starring Cate Blanchett  & Sam Neill. Also included in the cast is Jason Chon (E’Alet in “A Prefect Murder” and Rahzaro in “We’re So Screwed” Pts 2 & 3) and Linda Cropper (Aeryn’s mother, Xhalax Sun in “Thanks for Sharing”, “Relativity” and “The Choice”. Word has it  that Farscape is being shown on a TV in a few scenes. 

Rowan is also directed the pilot for a TV series called Fireflies, whose cast includes Jeremy Sims (Rorf in Til the Blood Runs Clear and Liars, Guns and Money). It's about a small town volunteer fire brigade.

Matthew Newton (Jothee)

Right Here Right Now is a movie released in 2004 in Australia that was both written and directed by Matt Newton (Jothee). Matt also playes the part of Jefferson in the movie. Also appearing are Geoff Morell (Holt in Terra Firma), Tiriel Mora (Salis in Durka Returns), and Alan Cinis (Officer Tarn in ..Different Destinations)

UPDATE: Other movies/tv series for Matt Newton are The Bet, The Great Raid (Matt Doran (Markir Tal in Fractures), Marton Csokas (Br'Nee in Bone to be Wild), & Natalie Mendoza (Lishala in Jeremiah Crichton) also appear), The Surgeon, and Bitter & Twisted (Rhys Muldoon (Staanz in The Flax) and Leanna Walsman (Borlik in Suns & Lovers) also appear).

There's still a rumor floating around that Matt could star in the Star Wars live-action TV Series.  The series will feature stories taking place between Star Wars movies three & four and will possibly be ready of the 2006 fall season. Remember, all of this is still a rumor.

Yoram Gross, the company who did the animation for Revenging Angel is busy with several new movie and TV projects. Jim Macdonald's Farm, based on "Old Macdonald Had a Farm", is about the adventures of young Jim Macdonald and the secret exploits of his well-meaning but accident-prone farm animals.

Art Alive is a TV series for preschoolers in which their art comes alive.

Fairy Tale Police Department:  For some reason the world's best fairytales aren't ending as they should. Rapunzel is missing from her tower, Little Red Riding Hood isn't making it to Grandma's house, and the handsome prince is refusing to kiss Sleeping Beauty. So Fairy Tale land is commissioning two real world police officers to clean up the fairytales and get them back on track.

UPDATE: Yoram Gross has done a couple of more animated TV series, namely, "Flipper & Lopaka: The Search for Neptune's Trident" and "Blinky Bill's Extraordinary Balloon Adventure".

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