Sean B. King

Sean King teamed up with Ray Starmann in 2008 to write Generation Gap, a made-for-cable movie starring Rue McClanahan and Ed Asner. It was Hallmark Channel's highest rated October movie ever. (See Insert) The team's second screenplay, 91st and Broadway, has Miranda Freiberg (who produced, with David Permut and Dimension Films, Youth in Revolt starring Michael Cera) attached as producer. In 2009, King co-founded Sheer Bravado Productions with his producing partners Ray Starmann and Les Goldman. 

A native of Portville, New York, King wrote produced and directed the 2003 short film Sibling Rivalry, which won Best Comedy Short at the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival. He produced and co-starred in Matteo Ribaudo's award winning film In the Name of My Father, which screened at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival. King was an associate producer on the 2009 film Silver Lake Video: The Movie, slated for a 2010 release.

Ray Starmann

Writer/Producer Ray Starmann is a native of Lake Forest, Illinois, and a graduate of Southern Methodist University in Dallas. Starmann served as an Army Intelligence officer for eight years, including service in Cold War Germany and in the 1991 Persian Gulf War with the famed 7th Cavalry. With partner Sean King, Starmann wrote the award-winning Hallmark Channel movie Generation Gap, starring Ed Asner and Rue McClanahan, which was the number one cable movie of the week when it premiered on October 25, 2008. Starmann and King also wrote 91st and Broadway, a children's holiday movie, and Six Ways from Sunday, a slick art heist film that was recently optioned by producer Norman Twain. Starmann is also an associate producer on Matteo Ribaudo's new film, Silverlake Video – The Movie. Starmann previously worked for Greystone Television as a treatment writer, researcher and associate producer on numerous documentaries for the History Channel.