Regarded "a powerhouse of intelligence, talent and sincerity," Bethany Orr is known for her dark humor and fearless character work. She has spent time studying with the industry’s finest at the Actors Studio and has appeared in numerous live, large and small screen projects from Chekhov to FunnyorDie. Bethany was most recently seen on the CBS show Stalker and in the indie Other People's Children.
Mary Loveless is an actor, writer, and entrepreneur living in West Hollywood where--besides putting a nose to the grindstone--she enjoys swimming, collecting old photographs, and tending her garden. She has a B.F.A. from CalArts.
Seen as the "go to guy” for his ability in heavy dramatic roles, Wes McGee is quickly becoming an independent film name. He currently has 3 short films in major film festivals: Fearless, directed by Ted Kotcheff (Lumineer Festival and Gallway), Gone in the Dark, and Sunder, which he co-wrote. His TV credits range from iCarly to NCIS, and he just finished a run of the play Spike Heels. He has a cat named Nacho.
Sheresade Poblet aka Sheree was born in Lima, Peru. Her mother, a high school teacher, instilled in Sheresade the art of storytelling and entertaining. Sheresade moved to Miami, where she finished high school as part of the theater club. Because of language barriers, she worked backstage on productions like A Midsummer Night's Dream. After some years, Sheresade moved across country to Los Angeles to follow her passion for acting.
Upon graduating from the University of Texas in Austin, Jill Jacobson came to Los Angeles. She has since had numerous roles, including ones on Falcon Crest, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Newhart, Hung, Party Down, and recently, Castle. Jill won best actress and best supporting actress awards for her role as Barbara in Last Look, and plays another dysfunctional mother in Excess Flesh.
Dana L. Wilson is a New York native, but has made L.A her home. She has shot numerous national & regional commercials and some of her TV credits include The Crazy Ones, Up All Night, Major Crimes & she is most know for her role as Detective Angie Miller on Showtime's Dexter.
Kristin Minter came to LA by way of Pennsylvania. She has been seen in numerous commercials and TV shows but is known most for roles in Home Alone and her character Randi on ER. Recently she has been seen recurring on Ray Donovan. So far in 2014 she has finished 5 movies. Kristin is an animal activist trying to change the negative perception of pit bulls with each person who meets one of her pit bulls.
A Chicago native, Robert has appeared in over 30 plays in his hometown before moving to Los Angeles. He additionally acted in the Broadway debut of Superior Donuts by Tracy Letts and August: Osage County at The Old Globe Theatre. Robert has acted in numerous films and television shows, including The Giant Mechanical Man, Mercury Rising, 24, ER, Anger Management, and CSI:NY.
Jules Bruff is an actress, writer, and producer. Since moving to Hollywood, she has acted in TV, film, commercials, new media and theater. She is best known for the pivotal role of Catherine Allen in David Fincher's highly acclaimed 2007 film Zodiac. Jules wrote, produced, and starred in the feature film Part Time Fabulous, which garnered 8 festival awards, 2 of which are Best Actress nods for her portrayal of the lead character.
Juan is an award-winning actor and director based out of Los Angeles making an international name for himself through his varied body of work. He has appeared in such films as Jennifer's Body, Aliens Vs. Predator 2, and Grave Encounters, and is currently working on the brand new Netflix series, Narcos.
Braeden Baade grew up in a lakeshore town outside of Chicago known as Lake Bluff. After graduating from Lake Forest High School, he went on to obtain a Bachelor's Degree in criminology from Saint Leo University. While attending SLU, he was a member of the nationally-ranked Lions lacrosse team. He now resides in Los Angeles and enjoys riding his motorcycle and strumming his ukulele in his spare time.
Allen Rueckert has starred in TV sitcom pilots including Nosferajew and The Greatest American Hero: TFS, as well as the feature film, Worthy. Originally born in the icy flatlands of Minnesota, Allen grew up loving Bill Murray and Gene Wilder comedies. In fact, he got in trouble for doing skits on the morning announcements for his high school TV productions class! He studied at UCB and Groundlings, and in 2011, started studying with Chick Vennera at The Renegade Theater.