Born in Columbus, Ohio and raised in Dayton, Tom Dallis is an American film director, producer, editor and scriptwriter. To date, Tom has produced dozens of documentaries and features including award winning films such as: Through A Lens Darkly, The Fall of Jericho, We The People: The Character of a Nation, Ancient Ways, Future Paths (a 6 episode film series), The Shortest Way Home, and the science fiction feature film The Watchers: Revelation. He is currently directing Bana: Heart of Darkness, a science fiction thriller web series.
He and his wife Amy have been married since 1994 and have one daughter, actress Carissa Dallis.
Amy Dallis is a human resources director for a senior lifestyle community in southwest Ohio. When she’s not at work, you’ll find her at home where she is reading, writing, cooking, and hanging out with the family: her beloved husband Tom, her hugely talented Broadway-bound daughter Carissa, her affectionately lazy beagle Dibley and his sidekick, a grouchy yet loveable terrier-dachsund mix Sam, and our latest addition, a digibird named Sophie.
Amy is passionate about Emily Dickinson, Impressionist art, great books, British TV and artisan coffee. This year, she is completing a quest to read 100 books of different genres and topics and to run her first 5k. Her favorite topics to blog about include books, music, writing, and creative thinking and problem solving for business and everyday life.
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Carissa Dallis is an American actor known for Shrek the Musical (2015), Mary Poppins (2014), A Charlie Brown Christmas (2014) and the films Losing Breen (2015) and Act of Contrition (2015).
She began acting at the age of 4 and is comfortable either on stage or in films. Her films have aired nationally and internationally. She has done films such as The Watchers: Revelation (2013), Through A Lens Darkly (2011), Affectionately Yours, Screwtape (2007) and We The People (2007). She has an eidetic memory, a great interest in photography and writing, as well as many other arts. Her desire is to be a stage actor and greatly enjoys musical theater. Carissa is also an active student with the Broadway Artists Alliance. You can read more about her on her IMDb page or her page on Backstage.