Mel England's just completed shooting the role of Pike in Little Big Top starring Sid Haig. Previous film roles include Mr. Ghoulden in the dark comedy Persona Au Gratin, and more recently, as a Minister confronted with a crisis of faith at the funeral of his father in Highlights. On stage, England starred in both the New York and Los Angeles premieres of Israel Horovitz's 3 Weeks After Paradise, a one-man play about September 11th, benefiting children of WTC victims. His own one-man show Navajo Memoirs, called "Ingenious" by Backstage, premiered in New York, and he's the recipient of the NY Fringe Festival's "Best Acting Ensemble Award" for Lucky Man, and "Best Play of the Year" in Denver for the Regional Premiere of A Shayna Maidel. He's been a proud part of several original New York productions, including Midsummer Night's Dream in Washington Square, Honeysuckles, developed for television by FOX, and King Of Connecticut with Phillip Seymour Hoffman.