Jennifer June Ross grew up in Belgrade, Montana and was a theater major at The University of Montana in Missoula. She has greatly enjoyed all of the opportunities she's had in the indie film scene in Los Angeles. Her most recent films, American Mummy and Bunnyman II, are both in post production and will be released in 2013. She is currently in production on the dark comedy "1" by filmmaker Brian McGuire and the Lad Stallion team. In addition to films she has done occasional modeling work. Her life has been made all the better with the addition of Piper, a rescue terrier mix.
Ben Huber made his feature film debut in First Aid For Choking written and directed by filmmaker Meghan Griffiths(The Off-Hours, Humpday). He was chosen to attend the prestigious Graduate Acting Program at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Upon completion, he began working in and around New York City on stage and in film and television. Most notably he was seen in Daniel Sullivan's production of A Midsummer Nights Dream at The New York Shakespeare Company in Central Park as well as landing a recurring role on NBC's Lipstick Jungle with Brooke Shields. He recently moved to Los Angeles with his wife, actress/director Sarah Malkin.
Boomie Aglietti is an actor and writer with predilections for the absurd and the historical. He has performed his one-man show, Boomie Aglietti Is Flammable, in L.A. and New York. Other stage credits include: Wadsworth in Clue (Hollywood Fight Club); Nutmeat: A Burlesque Fairytale (Paris; NYC Fringe) and Les Freres Corbusier's The Franklin Thesis (Ohio Theatre, NYC). He has written for Mel Brooks (Spaceballs: The Animated Series) and Flavor Flav (Under One Roof). He graduated from Yale, where he did improv comedy with the Ex!t Players and studied comedy writing under Tony-award winner Mark O'Donnell.
Michael Uribes: Paul the Pizza Guy
Michael Uribes is originally from the Bay Area. On Stage credits: Evita (Che), The Two Gentleman of Verona (Proteus), Picasso at the Lapin Agile (Picasso), Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (Guildenstern), He is a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. He was nominated for The Valley Theatre League Award for his performance in the world premiere musical Musical Chairs written by the late Academy Award winning composer Joel Hirschorn. Look for more of Michael's work at www.blancoboys.com.
Michaela Gutierrez is a student studying arts media and entertainment at the University of Arizona. She hopes to become a screen writer someday along side acting and loves all sides of film and production. IMDB
Eddie Bolero is an actor originally trained as a martial artist and stage fighter. Although now he only performs for screen and television. His penchant for accents and unique look has gotten him roles in many countries and all across the U.S. He has played Krishna in Chicago, a zombie hunter in Barcelona, and a Colombian drug-lord with Tom Sizemore in Florida. Still his many vampire roles are still listed among his favorites.
Andy Viner is a comedy writer and director. He grew up in Tucson,
Arizona, went to film school at USC and currently lives in Los
Angeles. His short film work can be viewed at andyviner.com
DICK NIGHT is his feature film debut.
Charles grew up in northern New Jersey and attended college at Emory University in Atlanta. Upon graduation, fearing a desperate descent into the world of cubicles and fluorescent lighting, Charles fled with his Literature degree to the Smokey Mountains of North Carolina. There he taught whitewater kayaking and led international trips to Nepal, Ecuador and New Zealand before eschewing the life of once-weekly showers to attend USC's graduate film school.
Charles now works as a freelance cinematographer in Los Angeles.
English Composer Felix Bird was trained in film scoring at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. He soon afterwards moved to Los Angeles where he built his own studio in the Hollywood Hills of Laurel Canyon. He currently composes the score to the hit television show Greek on ABC Family. A member of the British Academy of Film and Television (BAFTA), he has written original scores to numerous features and shorts since moving to Los Angeles.
Jennifer June Ross: Rachel
Ben Huber: Dr. Lewis
Boomie Aglietti: Kyle
Michael Uribes: Paul the Pizza Guy
Michaela Gutierrez : The Girl
Eddie Bolero: Vampire King
Andy Viner: Writer/Director
Felix Bird: Composer