Journalist, biohacker and emotional healer
Covering everything from Syrian refugee camps to the Academy Awards, Frank Elaridi is a 4-time Emmy-Award-Winning Journalist working mostly for ABC Network News. He can also be seen on Good Morning America and ABC’s digital platforms, most notably giving viewers a backstage look into Dancing With The Stars.
Frank is immersed in the world of biohacking, acting as a guinea pig for wellness companies, and sharing the best of what he's learned with his followers and clients. He is also a certified Emotion Code Practitioner, helping clients release negative trapped emotions from the body, which allows for healthier relationships, removal of blocks in health and career, and creates space for new opportunities. Frank is also a Mental Health Consultant certified through Kindred.
Frank created a YouTube channel focused on spirituality and health. Now called Modern Nirvana, the Youtube channel covers everything from people who have tapped into their pineal gland (third eye) and can still see while completely blindfolded to the "real-life Thor" taking a DNA test. There you’ll also find his journey with plant medicine (ayahuasca) in Costa Rica, stem cell surgery to treat a shoulder injury, breaking the matrix with Kat and Bryant using a quantum app, cooking competitions, meditations and interviews with Deepak Chopra, and so much more!
Actress, Singer, Dancer
Kat Graham is an actress, singer, dancer and producer. Working across a variety of genres in film, television and music, she is one of most accomplished and versatile young talents working today.
Graham was recently seen in the 70s period crime thriller “The Poison Rose” opposite Morgan Freeman and John Travolta. Graham plays Freeman’s daughter, a club owner and singer suspected of murder, while Travolta plays a hard-drinking L.A. private eye who takes the case. Previously she starred in Netflix’s “How It Ends” as Samantha. The film, follows a man (Theo James) and his estranged father-in-law’s (Forest Whitaker) desperate race to save his pregnant wife, Samantha, after a mysterious apocalypse. Graham made history lending her voice to Nickelodeon’s animated television show, “Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” as the first African-American April O’Neil. Graham can also be seen as the lead in Netflix’s holiday hit film “The Holiday Calendar” with Quincy Brown.
Graham can be seen as the female lead in RZA’s “Cut Throat City” starring Ethan Hawke, Wesley Snipes, Terrence Howard, and Eiza Gonzalez scheduled for release summer 2020. The film tells the story of a heist set in New Orleans’ lower ninth ward after Hurricane Katrina. Graham who stars in Mark Amin’s period drama “Emperor” with Dayo Okeniyi, Bruce Dern and James Cromwell following the true tale of Shields Green, a runaway slave who helped spark the civil war, is scheduled for release August 2020.
Graham also stars in Netflix’s “Operation: Christmas Drop” with Alexander Ludwig. The film, scheduled for release November 2020, follows a congressional aid played by Graham, on a mission to shut down the Christmas Drop mission. Operation Christmas Drop is a real life air force mission that started in 1952 that serves as training for the U.S. Air Force. It has since become the longest-running U.S. Department of Defense mission in full operation, and the longest-running humanitarian airlift in the world.
In addition to the “Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” series and accompanying Netflix 2021 film, Graham’s 2020 animation releases will also include Dreamwork’s and Hulu’s “Trolls”, as well as “Robot Chicken”.
Graham starred as Jada Pinkett in the highly anticipated Tupac Shakur biopic “All Eyez on Me,” released by Lionsgate. She has also starred in Lionsgate’s “Where’s the Money?” a comedy about a guy who must pledge a fraternity to recover a stash of stolen money, both released in 2017.
Graham made her television debut in 2002 on Disney Channel’s popular teen comedy “Lizzie McGuire.” She starred as Bonnie Bennett, considered to be her breakout role, in the CW’s “The Vampire Diaries.” The show premiered in 2009 and her award winning performances throughout the series received praise from fans and critics alike. The supernatural drama ran for eight seasons. She also appeared on a number of hit television shows for Disney, Fox, CBS and ABC. Other notable film credits include “17 Again”, “The Roommate,” “Addicted”, and the starring role in “Honey 2.”
Graham has also produced and sold multiple film and television projects including the docu-web series “Breaking the Record” with Disney’s Maker Studios. She is set to star in and produce a biopic about iconic Motown singer Tammi Terrell produced with Brad Krevoy. She is currently producing “The Consciousness Collective”, a docu-series and podcast presented by Deepak Chopra, slated for 2020.
A talented singer and music producer, Graham released her second album, “Love Music, Funk Magic,” in 2017 which she worked on with Babyface and Prince. She released her debut EP “Against the Wall” in May 2012 after signing with A&M/Octone/Interscope records, and her first single, “Put Your Graffiti On Me”, reached over 7 million views on VEVO and hit #5 on the Billboard Dance Chart. She has had multiple Billboard/Chart top fives including “Sometimes”, and the Prince penned “If Eye Could Get UR Attention”. Her debut album “Roxbury Drive,” which included her single “Secrets” featuring Babyface, was released in 2015. Graham, who has a degree in recording engineering, produced the 90s-inspired album with Jean-Yves “Jeeve” Ducornet and co-wrote the entire album with Babyface.
A trained dancer, Graham has appeared in music videos for a myriad of artists including Grammy winners Pharrell, Missy Elliot, John Legend, Nelly, Diddy and Usher. She has also performed on tracks with Snoop Dogg and Will.I.Am, touring with the Black Eyed Peas on their 2007 world tour as Will.I.Am’s artist.
Graham has served as the face of many campaigns and endorsements for brands such as Wet ‘N Wild, Degree, Samsung, Avon, Bing, Ford, Aquafina, Abercrombie, Nivea, Armani Exchange and Fanta. Graham is currently a L’Oreal ambassador, the face of Foster Grant and the new Dior campaign.
Born in Geneva, Switzerland, Graham is a strong advocate for human rights. Her PSA short film for Black Lives Matter landed her an Emmy nomination for best PSA short. Graham is particularly passionate about the plight of refugees worldwide. As such, Graham became a High Profile Supporter of the UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner of Refugees) in 2013. In 2019, she also became a Goodwill Ambassador for Rotary International, another organization providing key support and services on the global stage. In addition to her work with refugees, Graham is a council member for GLAAD (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation), Governor for the Recording Academy’s Atlanta Chapter, as well as co-founder of the Modern Nirvana Wellness Group.
Speaker and Breathwork Instructor
Bryant (also known as “iKAR”-The one who touches the sky) is a global traveler who has immersed himself in enriching experiences with the goal bring something authentically his own into the world. He is a Master Breathwork instructor, and is currently certified as a Priest, NLP Practitioner, Pranashamanic Yoga, believer in Inclusive Mindlfulness, Motivational coach, and Mental Health Consultant certified through Kindred.
He’s studied in Buddhist Sanghas, learned from Sufi mystics, participated in week-long rituals with Ancient African IFA high priests, immersed himself in Tibetan Buddhism Tantra, and has sat and meditated and collaborated with some of the most famous Gurus of our time. He believes in direct experience through wisdom, and beautifying this world through play, diversity, and knowledge. In his own words, "everyone is welcome at the table because the ones we haven't made a place for in the past are the ones that we have the most to learn from. Now is a good time to listen".
Bryant has given away all his belongings three times to completely focus on the present moment and be free to go where he is meant to. This has led him to teach thousands of people the power of breathwork, movement, and self-healing styles in all circles; from catholic high schools, Pro athletes, to Alzheimer's special care retirement homes. He has done all this while living by the moto “No one gets left behind.”
Bryant uses his wide range of skills from many offerings to hold sacred space rituals, workshops and retreats around the world. Some of his past partnerships have included HBO, Spotify, Younga, United Nations and Daily Yoga App. You can see him on the upcoming second season of the Netflix show The Circle, sharing his knowledge of the breath.
Currently Bryant is launching his Breathwork teacher training, Working with his 1:1 clients, and is in high demand to speak and share his wisdom. He is 1 of 3 of the Modern Nirvana team that is fully devoted to paving the way for a more enlightened world.