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Dick Van Dyke – Dick began his remarkable career over fifty years ago in a record-pantomime act called The Merry Mutes, then went on to host several TV shows before starring on Broadway in Bye Bye Birdy, for which he received a Tony Award. The Dick Van Dyke Show came next, then the screen version of Birdie, Mary Poppins, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and a host of other wonderfully entertaining films. Winner of five Emmy Awards, Dick completed nine seasons of the TV series Diagnosis Murder.

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Bryan Chadima – Bryan Chadima is a writer, musical director, arranger, and singer. He was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and graduated from Western Michigan University. He has toured nationally and recorded albums with numerous vocal groups and shows including Blind Man's Bluff, Gold Company, Chicago Voice Exchange, Ac Rock, Vybration, Vox Lumiere, and The Three Waiters. His musical directing credits include Klub Kokomo and Baby It's You. Bryan arranges most of the material performed by the Vantastix. His solo album and original music can be found at: www.bryanchadima.com.

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Eric Bradley – A Connecticut native and a University of Miami alumnus, Eric enjoys a career as a session singer in Los Angeles. He's lent his voice to over 100 Films and TV shows including Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Pitch Perfect 2, The Jungle Book, Jurassic World, Minions, Jersey Boys, Toy Story 3, Avatar, Family Guy, The Simpsons, The Voice, Glee, and The Academy Awards. He's appeared in on-screen groups "The Tone Rangers" (The Break Up), "The Shagarats" (How I Met Your Mother), and Andy's college group (The Office). He's performed or recorded with Lady Gaga, Fall Out Boy, Barbra Streisand, Andrea Bocelli, Adele, Josh Groban, Michael Buble, and Neil Young. As a whistler he’s been featured in the films Suicide Squad, The Muppets, The Smurfs, Savages, Sing, as well as the theme song for Disney’s Mickey Mouse Shorts.

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Mike Mendyke – An MIT graduate and former NASA engineer with degrees in aerospace engineering and music, Mike believes every vocal group should include at least one rocket scientist. After eight years in the defense industry, he left his day job and began recording albums and touring the US and Japan with vocal group Five O'Clock Shadow. A longtime advocate of vocal music, Mike is a past board member and former treasurer for The Contemporary A Cappella Society. Now living with his family in Portland, Oregon, Mike runs an online marketing business and music distribution service. But he's always ready to answer the call and fly to LA for the next great Vantastix adventure.

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