Ned Callan is passionate about the history and architecture of New York City. Born in Brooklyn and raised on Long Island, Ned has lived for over 35 years in one of New York City's oldest historical neighborhoods, Brooklyn Heights.
Ned credits his fondness for public speaking from many years spent performing stand up comedy, improvisation and acting. He even did a brief stint as a clown with Dick Monday's 'New York Goofs'! He has played detectives, ambassadors, coaches, military officers, lawyers and chief executives on such television shows as 'Law And Order: Special Victims Unit', 'Rescue Me' and 'Lights Out'. He has appeared in a number of films including 'The Interpreter', 'Pelham 1,2,3', 'Revolutionary Road' and 'Men In Black 3'. In addition, Ned spent 15 years leading open houses for a transformational seminar held in the New York City area.
Ned's financial experience includes acting as a stock transfer agent, information and proxy solicitation agent for several of Wall Street's back offices in Jersey City, NJ.
Stephen Axelrod, Veteran of the United States Marine Corps, has 16+ years experience on the NY Stock Exchange trading floor as trader, reporter, order clerk and compliance officer working for various companies, including the New York Stock Exchange, Morgan Stanley, Pain Webber and Pershing & Co.
Stephen left the financial world to pursue a career in acting and has appeared in numerous films: “Sons” was screened at The Cannes Film Festival, and Stephen played the lead in the hit HBO film "Everyday People". He also worked on "The Good Heart" and has appeared many times on “Law and Order” and "Law and Order Criminal Intent."