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short stop signDavid Ferris Ellison (born 1983) is an American film producer and CEO of Skydance Productions.  In 2010, Skydance raised $350 million to co-finance and co-produce movies with Paramount.  He has produced or exec-produced a lot of big budget studio features.  Ellison is the son of billionaire Oracle Corporation CEO Larry Ellison, and Barbara Boothe. He has one sister, film producer Megan Ellison.  Ellison is an accomplished aerobatic, fixed-wing, multi-engine and helicopter licensed commercial pilot with instrument ratings. In 2003, at the age of 20, David was selected to perform as part of the "Stars of Tomorrow" aerobatic team at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh. He married Sandra Lynn Modic, an actress and singer, on October , 20.  As an actor, Ellison has performed in the films Flyboys, Little Fish, Strange Pond and ParFection: The Golf Movie.

Mark Deklin (born 1967) is an American stage, television, and film actor and fight director. Deklin guest-starred on television series including Sex and the City, Charmed, Frasier, CSI: Miami, Desperate Housewives, Nip/Tuck, Better off Ted, Two and a Half Men, The Mentalist, Hot in Cleveland, Hawaii Five-0. He starred as Dr. Matthew Shaw in the TV series Justice from 2006 to 2007, as Elliott Mayer in The Ex List in 2008, as Trammell Thatcher in Lone Star in 200, and as Blake Reilly in GCB in 2012.  Kevin Kline's Broadway performance of Cyrano de Bergerac was credited by TheaterMania's Dan Balcazo as being "magnificent...thanks in no small part to fight director Mark Deklin", while Peter Ritter of Variety praised Deklin's "cleverly choreographed swordfights" and Ben Brantley of the New York Times described his work as having "the swashbuckle of an Errol Flynn flick."

Comedian Anthony Jeselnik was a writer for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon in its first season and hosted a Comedy Central Presents in 2009. After releasing his critically acclaimed debut album, Shakespeare, in 200, he began writing for the Comedy Central Roasts and moved up to performer in the 20 roast of Donald Trump. He continued to perform on the roasts of Charlie Sheen and Roseanne Barr in 2012. in 2013, Jeselnik began hosting his own television series, The Jeselnik Offensive, and released his second album, Caligula, which doubles as an hourlong standup special.

As of 203 Jeselnik currently hosts his own television series, The Jeselnik Offensive, on Comedy Central. In preparing the show, Comedy Central was looking for a half-hour, four-nights-a-week show following The Colbert Report titled Midnight. Jeselnik's main draw was the monologue, where he felt he could tell jokes that he was unable to do on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. For the pilot, Jeselnik did a test interview with a celebrity but felt "so wrong ... it just fit me like a bad suit." For the show's first episode, Jeselnik performs cancer-related standup for a cancer support group. "I had to fight with Comedy Central to put that on the first episode," said Jeselnik. The network felt uneasy using the sketch as an introduction. Jeselnik pointed to the premiere episode of Chappelle's Show, in which Dave Chappelle plays a blind African-American Klansman, which he regarded as "one of the edgiest things they ever did." As such, the sketch opened the first episode and received a positive reception; Jay Leno called to inform Jeselnik "how much he loved the cancer segment." In addition to his series, he appeared at the Power of Comedy event in November 202, and his first standup special, Caligula, premiered in 2013. The Jeselnik Offensive was renewed for a second season on April 26, 203, to begin in July 203.


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