Tom Zanca is a versatile writer, director, and scriptwriter who has written and directed multiple short films and TV pilots.
He wrote and directed an original dramatic TV pilot, “Bloodhounds”, which was a selection of The New York Television Festival, Garden State Film Festival, and The PilotLite Online TV Festival (sponsored by producer Michael Mailer).
His short sci-fi script, “Standoff”, has received multiple awards, including:
Gold Medal Winner – 2018 Manhattan Short Film Festival Screenplay Competition.
First Place – 2018 Destiny City Film Festival Short Screenplay Competition
Third Place – Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards’ short script category (February 2018)
Finalist – Los Angeles Cinefest short script competition (May 2018)
Finalist – DC Shorts Screenplay Competition (September 2018)
Additionally, he wrote and directed two short films that were screened in three film festivals. He was a staff writer for the scripted TV drama “Talk For Me”.
A member of the Screen Actors Guild, he proudly served on the SAG Awards’ 2017 Theatrical Nominating Committee.
Tom wrote and directed several short films and TV pilots that were selections of The New York Television Festival, The Big Apple Film Festival, and The Garden State Film Festival, among others.
He grew up inspired by classic television series from the 1960s and 1970s, including “The Twilight Zone”, “Star Trek”, and “The X-Files”, as well as classic films like “Network”, “Jaws”, “The French Connection”, “All The President’s Men”, and many others.
More contemporary series that have grabbed Tom’s attention begin with “The West Wing” and end with “GLOW”, “Black Mirror”, and “Stranger Things”. In cinema, some of his favorites include “Pulp Fiction”, “Batman Begins”, “Dunkirk”, “The Imitation Game”, and “Spotlight”.
His unassuming, All-American nature dominates the surface, but his ardent faith drives his inner ability to effectively complete complex Deep State assignments. He’s a dedicated husband to Julie Kepley and loving father to Annie Kepley. They believe he’s a computer consultant and are unaware of his true identity as a secret operative for The Deep State.
This highly intelligent, highly religious leader of The Deep State secret operatives was abandoned by his mother and raised by loving nuns in an orphanage in Wales. He found peace in their religious life, adopting it for his own. That experience now serves as a solid foundation for the steadfast belief he holds in The Deep State’s mission. Alex met his wife, Jeannette, an artist, during one of his trips to New York City in the United States. He told her that he’s an Ambassador for the Vatican.
This affable German is very comfortable executing his assignments for The Deep State from his warm, comfy home in Greenland. Bible prophecy is in his blood. His grandfather and father were members of The Deep State, having helped execute the Balfour Declaration in 1923 and the establishment of the Jewish state in 1948, respectively. So when he’s asked by friends or acquaintances how he makes his livelihood, Clarke replies that he “went into the family business.
An educated African-American woman, she’s all business and began her career absolutely dedicated to The Deep State’s cause. So much so, she sacrificed having a family of her own. Claire was born into a religious, academic family in Nigeria. Her parents were both professors at Summit University, Offa, Kwara State. Upon her college graduation, she was hired by the Catholic Archdiocese of Enugu to conduct research. Her intelligence and work ethic impressed her superiors. She stepped into the spotlight when she became a much-sought-after spokesperson for the Archdiocese, traveling around the world. After one presentation in Munich, she was approached by The Deep State.
Gerald’s dedicated wife. She’s a geophysicist at the United States Geological Survey in Washington, DC.
Gerald’s younger brother. He’s a police officer with the local city and an ardent atheist.
Gerald’s daughter and only child. She’s a recent college graduate from a private Christian university and, like her parents, possesses a strong faith in her religion.
Vance’s former grammar school and high school classmate who has long suffered from mental illness. He’s a well-known vagabond in the city.