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Jack Be Nimble was filmed in September of 2020. With the risks of COVID-19, the film industry was at a stand still. Steve Wollett brought together a team of dedicated professionals and amateurs alike.  People Like Bai Ling, Vernon Wells, Michelle Brown Houston, Brent Gaskins, and many more. Together they made what will come to be known as the best film released in 2021. Jack Be Nimble is scheduled to release later this year. 

Steve Wollett


Widowed in 2020, Steve has remained true to his mission. To create the most memorable and lasting stories. He has published 12 books including Blasphemous Cocktails, Murder me Sunshine, and Gods Assassin. His films have won awards in the USA, UK, France, Germany, Russia, and India. He is a founding member of the Worlds Largest film Library in Jaipur India. As a Connoisseur of film, he sits as a jury member on 16 different film festivals.</p> <p>Steve served in the US Army (Life Member of the VFW), has worked as a firefighter and paramedic, he has run for political office, and has been a volunteer with the Baltimore County Department of Aging. He is a true renaissance man who loves to create and tell stories.</p> <p>Steve's films have won awards in numerous countries. His directorial debut, Word From a Gamer (2018), appeared in 40 festivals worldwide and won more than 20 awards. Social Distance (2020) won numerous awards as well. Steve also worked on other great films like Words (2018), Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (2017), Wolf Attack (2015), and even appeared on Romper Room (1975). Web Series like that Steve worked with like Mythwits (2014-Present) have helped Steve to understand what an audience needs and desires in a production.

Bai Ling

Executive Producer

Superstar Bai Ling gained the attention of audiences and critics alike when she won the coveted lead role opposite Richard Gere in Jon Avnet's Red Corner (1997). She received numerous accolades including the prestigious Breakthrough Performance Award from the National Board of Review. She also garnered the Discovery Star awarded by the Hollywood Women's Press Club for their Golden Apple Awards. While developing her remarkable facility with the English language, she has worked with such prestigious filmmakers as Oliver Stone in Nixon (1995), George Lucas in Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005), Barry Sonnenfeld in Wild Wild West (1999), Spike Lee in She Hate Me (2004), Andy Tennant in Anna and the King (1999), Ang Lee in The Wedding Banquet (1993), Alex Proyas in The Crow (1994) and Luc Besson' in )Taxi 3 (2003)_, in which she spoke French. She also starred in Terrence Malick's Broadway production of ``Sansho the Bailiff``. She dazzled audiences with her portrayal of the sexy, mysterious Achara in the hit TV series Lost (2004), and intrigued viewers with her seductive yet exhilarating role in HBO's Entourage (2004).</p> <p>Bai Ling was awarded the Asian Oscar for her brilliant performance in her first Hong Kong film Three... Extremes (2004). It also earned her an additional tre major awards in the Far East. She received the Spirit Diversity Award by The Hollywood Motion Picture Association. Her film Southland Tales (2006), directed by Richard Kelly was in competition at the Cannes Film Festival.</p> <p>Bai starred in and executive-produced Shanghai Baby (2007). She has worked with Taylor Hackford in Love Ranch (2010), co-starring with Helen Mirren and Joe Pesci, and had a leading role in the Jason Statham action comedy Crank: High Voltage (2009) with costar with Jason Statham.

Vernon Wells

Executive Producer

Strong-featured Australian actor Vernon Wells was born December 1945 in Rushworth, rural Victoria, to Eva Maude (Jackson) and Michael Wells. He initially worked in a quarry, and then as a salesman. He was noticed by casting agents and started to appear in Australian TV commercials, print ads, local Australian TV shows such as ``Homicide`` and ``Matlock Police``.</p> <p>His first cinema appearance was a minor role in Felicity (1978), a low budget, erotic fantasy film. However, Wells was then fortunate to be cast as the homicidal biker ``Wez``, in the big budget The Road Warrior (1981) filmed around Silverton near Broken Hill in outback New South Wales, Australia. It's the role for which he is probably best known to international audiences, as Wells portrays a psychotic, post apocalyptic gang leader who relentlessly pursues hero Mel Gibson, before meeting a spectacular death at the film's finale. Hollywood beckoned for Wells, and he spoofed his mad biker role in the popular teen comedy Weird Science (1985), before taking on another villainous role as the treacherous ex-soldier ``Bennett``, who foolishly double crosses Arnold Schwarzenegger in Commando (1985). Once more, Wells meets a dramatic end, as he is impaled against a boiler at the film's conclusion, as big Arnold remarks ``Let off some steam, Bennett``.</p> <p>Wells continued to find regular work as a ``villain`` of one description or another, predominantly in B-grade thrillers or action films including Last Man Standing (1988), Circuitry Man (1990), Kick of Death (1997) and Starforce (2000). The talented Wells then landed a recurring role as futuristic criminal ``Ransik`` in the highly popular ``Power Rangers`` TV series, and subsequent series of films including Power Rangers Time Force: Photo Finish (2001), Power Rangers Time Force: The End of Time (2002) and Power Rangers Time Force: Dawn of Destiny (2002).

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Behind the scenes footage from a promo video we made while raising completion funds for Jack Be Nimble.


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"Steve is so knowledgeable and always seems to know how to make a story come to life.. He took my work and turned it into a masterpiece."

“Steve is always thinking outside of the box and consistently challenges himself to perform in new ways with great effectiveness and peak efficiency."

“One of Steve's greatest assets as an Industry Guest is his great diversity. His sense of fun and adventure has lead to some great memorable moment for both staff and attendees. In addition, he has been very easy to work with for scheduling.”

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