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KEVIN TANCHAROEN's (Director) career as a director is built upon his experiences as a producer, writer, dancer, choreographer, and editor. His fascination with Hollywood began at age four when he first started seeing movies with his parents. By the 6th grade Kevin was writing class papers about Robert Rodriquez and Quentin Tarantino. Even at that young age, he was focused on the creative and technical aspects of filmmaking, enjoying the "making of" and "behind the scenes" featurettes as much as the actual films. This led him to explore the creation of special effects, enrolling in a creature mold-making class side by side with people twice his age. His next step was to get a computer -- initially to dabble in digital effects -- but instead, surrounded by aspiring musicians, he found himself drawn to shooting and editing their music videos. He was hooked.

There was another side to his creative development. Growing up, he had a passion for dance. At age 12, he joined Wade Robson's dance company, an experience that allowed Kevin to delve deeper into the technical aspects of dance and music. He moved into choreography, working with artists like Britney Spears and *NSYNC. Kevin undertook remixing projects for Christina Aguilera, Jessica Simpson, and Tyrese for various live performances and specials.

His debut feature film was "Fame,” from MGM and Lakeshore Pictures, which was released in September of 2009. In addition to directing, Kevin was Executive Producer on the soundtrack, released by Lakeshore Records.

Next, Kevin directed, produced, and co-wrote the "Mortal Kombat: Legacy” anthology for Warner Brothers Interactive, which debuted on Machinima's YouTube channel. The series is an adaptation of the fictional universe of the Mortal Kombat video game franchise. It has neared 40 million views online and was featured prominently at Comic-Con.

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