Michael Petroni es un director y escritor de películas procedente de Australia
Petroni comenzó su carrera en la época de 1990 como escritor y actor de algunas series de comedias australianas como: Psyco Bob, The Big Gig, y otras.
En febrero de 2008, la revista Variety divulgó que Petroni formaría parte de la adaptación de la película Las crónicas de Narnia: la travesía del viajero del alba, tercer libro de la franquicia Las Crónicas de Narnia del escritor C.S. Lewis.
',' Gary Sweet (born 22 May 1957 in Melbourne) is an Australian film and television actor known for his roles in Alexandra's Project (2003), Police Rescue, Cody, Big Sky, The Battlers, Bodyline and Stingers. He grew up in Warradale, South Australia and attended Brighton high school in Adelaide. He later obtained a teaching degree and whilst at Sturt Teachers' College took up drama. His first role was in low-budget horror film Nightmares. In the early 1980s, Sweet became recognizable through the on-going role of Leslie 'Magpie' Maddern in the Crawfords television series The Sullivans. Description above from the Wikipedia article Gary Sweet, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.','','','','','From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Benjamin Thomas "Ben" Barnes (born 20 August 1981) is an English actor, best known for his portrayal of Caspian X in The Chronicles of Narnia films Prince Caspian and The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. Description above from the Wikipedia article Ben Barnes, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.','','From IMDb; A Drama graduate of the University of Queensland, Bille Brown is a well-known Shakespearean actor. He began with the Queensland Theatre Company and, later, was a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) in Strathford and London. While with the RSC, he was one of its few commissioned writers. Bille Brown AM has been recognised twice in the Australian Honours System. On 1 January 2001 he was granted the Centenary Medal "for distinguished service to the arts" and on 26 January 2011, Bille was named as a Member of the Order of Australia "for service to the performing arts as an actor and playwright, and to education". The latter honour is denoted by the post-nominal "AM" after his name.','