Tamas Nadas in Busy Day Tamas Nadas
Director / Producer / Executive Producer
Tamas Nadas was born in Budapest, Hungary. He began martial arts at age 3, and was introduced to Karate at the age of 9. When he was 14, Tamas won his first National Championship title. In 1995, Tamas made the Hungarian national team. Since then, Tamas has gone on to winning gold and silver medals at European and World Championships. Currently, Tamas is a 3X World Karate Champion.

Award-winning producer Tamas Nadas has successfully translated his martial arts skills into incredibly intense and stunt-filled action films. Nadas produced and acted in a short film called "The Exchange" (click here for trailer) which was an official selection in Monaco in 2007. He offered his skills as production manager in Rian Bishop's 2013 Honolulu International Festival's Jury Award Winner "The Disappointment of Jonathan Bender." Tamas was a stuntman in "The Last Sentinel" with Keith David, Katie Saachoff, Bokeem Woodbine, and Don "the Dragon" Wilson. He also appeared in "Battle Planet" with Zack Ward, and "Ocean's 13" with Al Pacino, George Clooney, and Brad Pitt.
Rian Bishop
Rian Bishop is a veteran of the television and film industry having worked as an actor, producer, writer and director. An eight year member of the prestigious Screen Actor’s Guild (SAG), Rian has been featured in such films as “Walk Hard’ with John C. Riley, “The Hammer” with Adam Carolla and television shows such as “Medium” for NBC.

Rian would attend UCLA for training in Unit Production Management under the careful instruction of industry veteran Michael Gallant. Rian’s first working task was to discover ways to save the production budget of the film “The Perfect Game”. Impressed with Rian’s forward thinking and unique approach to the industry, Michael encouraged Rian to form his own production company and push his own projects as opposed to working for someone else.

Along with a group of industry players, Rian formed 1450 Entertainment. A main-stream production company to handle feature films, network television shows and video games. Wanting to maintain creative control in house, Rian also formed Saw-Dog Studios, a music recording and publishing house, as well as Abditive Films, to handle short films and on-line narratives.

To date, collectively, 1450 has over 70 projects on its slate ranging from short films and independent features, to network television pilots and multi-million dollar studio franchises. High profile films such as “Her Vietnam” and the “The Hitman Chronicles” are in development and under consideration while television pilots such as “Nothing in Common” and “The Nam” are in talks with houses at NBC, Universal and Warner Brothers as well as Play Tone.
Rian Bishop of Busy Day
Zoltan Hodi in Busy Day Zoltan Hodi
Producer / Action Director / Stunt Coordinator
After graduating from college and completing his military service in Hungary, Zoltan took off to Hollywood to pursue his dream of becoming a stuntman. His relentless efforts paid off and he became a professional performing dangerous stunts for Hollywood Blockbusters such as: Avengers, Age of Ultron, Hercules, World War Z, Die Hard, 47 Ronin, The Last Witch Hunter and so on. Over the years Zoltan worked with the biggest stars and learned from the best in the entertainment business. Soon he took on designing and executing his own unique vision of thrilling, explosive action sequences that fit the story best. Creating mayhem, shoot-outs, flying motorcycles, crashing cars, blowing up stuff is Zoltan’s passion. In his projects he delivers the adequate dose of adrenaline rush to the viewer. His goal is to push the limits in practical never before done stunts that require virtually zero CGI. Besides executing and designing intricate action sequences, he has co-produced various shorts and independent films.