The company is backed by female angel investors, including actress Alison Sweeney, as well as VC firm Wavemaker Partners, and has a team of over 20 veteran producers, writers, and directors working to bring original content to the network’s channels.Content will be provided free to Network Be members, supported by brands that want to reach Network Be’s audience.Once settled, they descend into the depths of terror as they struggle to survive a genuine threat from a dark presence that appears to want to end their very lives. Brody currently stars in the Crackle series “Start Up” and will be seen in the upcoming Warner Bros. Amanda Crew stars in the HBO comedy “Silicon Valley,” and has toplined such films as “Charlie St.Cloud,” “Sex Drive,” and “The Age of Adaline.” She is repped by UTA and Play Management.CG caught up with Amanda for some good old-fashioned girl talk where she told us all about her awkward moments on set, what the cast did together when the cameras weren't rolling and of course, what it was like to lock lips with Zac! Amanda Crew: Well, I think number one is Zac Efron. And there are so many different messages in the story about life and living in the moment. Tess is not just a pretty girl - she has morals, she's strong, and she knows what she wants in life.
We had read together a couple of times and he was always really cool.However, neither of them affirmed the speculation, and thus the rumors fade away with time.But, if only those assumption had any substantial grounds, it would have proved that Clark does not belong to the gay community, as he would have presented his interest in ladies and not men.The silence he has maintained about his dating life, and not presenting a female partner to the public, that raises speculations of him being on the gay side, but that is something he is yet to come out, officially.Until then, let's not reach any solid conclusions, and wait for the actor to confront the truth.