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Philadelphia natives Troy and Trevor Parham are the creative force behind Twiintone Publishing and Twiintone Entertainment, LLC. They are songwriters, producers, screenwriters and actors amongst many other talents. Their controversial, true story novel "MR. MALIK" has gained national recognition, and inspired their first short film production, "MILLIONAIRE". With drama training from the Cobbs Creek Center for the Arts in Philadelphia, the brothers have performed in several onstage productions, and even dabbled in stand-up comedy in Atlanta, Georgia. They now work with New York acting coach Anthony Abescon in Manhattan, as they aspire to establish themselves as talented, on-screen performers with the versatility to embrace a plethora of roles and characters. Prior to venturing into filmmaking, Troy and Trevor were songwriters/producers and have worked with several accomplished artists in Philadelphia, New York, Atlanta and Las Vegas. In 1988 they were first place winners in a hip-hop/rap competition at the Philadelphia Uptown Nu-Tech, which included 30 aspiring artists from the tri-state area. In 1989 they released their first single entitled "Listen to the DJ" which sold astronomically even with no major distribution. Troy and Trevor started Twiintone Entertainment in 2004. They built a state-of-the-art home studio with an investment of only $20,000, and continued to write and produce songs for up and coming Philadelphia and New York artists. Their music has been heard nationwide, and their deep-rooted passion for acting and filmmaking promises to make their "big screen" endeavor a huge success. The brothers are currently working on a mini-series entitled CAPITOL HILL. It continues from where their novel ends. Also a feature length film based on the true story of The Jena Six, It's based on the story of the six black teenagers in Jena, Louisiana who were victimized by a racially biased justice system. The film is entitled JENACIDE, and is currently in development. Both brothers have also worked in law enforcement for over a decade in Philadelphia and Delaware County, Pennsylvania.