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Katie Cleese
Co-director/Writer/Producer/Actor (Claire)
Katie's love of films and acting began at a young age, performing in her first plays and dance shows at the age of 3. She continued training through her formative years, studying first at California Theater Center and later, San Francisco's prestigious American Conservatory Theater, before making the move to LA at 19. She continued to study acting and appeared in independent short and feature films around Los Angeles, while also gaining experience working behind the scenes on numerous films with such notables as Danny Trejo, Robert Rodriguez, Margaret O'Brien, Jane Withers and "Still Alice" directors, Wash Westmoreland and Richard Glatzer, on their breakthrough film, "Quinceañera". She served in a variety of roles such as associate producer, assistant director, sound assistant, camera assistant and set photographer, all of which helped prepare her for this new role as writer/director.
Bethany Liles
Producer/Actor (Angela)
Bethany hails from North Carolina, where she acted in many different projects before coming to LA, ranging from student and short films to theater and commercials, most notably for TSA, IBM and Six Flags. While this is her first time officially serving as a producer, she draws upon years of on-set experience and her extensive working relationship assisting close friend, writer/director JS Mayank, with his award-winning films, "Supernumerary" and "Emit".
Vikram Jayakumar
Even at an early age, Vikram knew movies were the ultimate canvas for creative expression. He started making films at age 12 and when he wasn’t shooting, he was drawing portraits, with a passion for shading that foreshadowed his later obsession with lighting. Along the way he was also teaching himself to play keyboard, further rounding out his repertoire. In short, he knew he had to find a career in the business that would allow him to explore all of his creative interests. Flash forward to today and he's since earned a degree in Direction and Cinematography from LA Film School, worked as a Gaffer and DP, started his own production company, worked in the Lighting Department for Raleigh Studios, became an Operations Manager for several LA post houses, prepped a feature in India for a year and finally landed at his current position as Director of Broadcast Production at Technicolor Hollywood. All of this while directing, shooting, editing and composing a variety of projects along the way, and with plans in place to direct a supernatural thriller in India in 2017. It's been a long journey to get here but Vik strongly feels that all of his experiences have helped him sharpen his talents.
Chelsea King
Actor (Jen)

Chelsea has been performing since she literally was in diapers, making her debut with Baby Keds when she was 2. Honing her chops with theater programs such as The Charles River Creative Arts Program and the Freelance Players, she moved into theater and voice-over with interactive exhibits in museums across the county, as well as singing for National Geographic. It was her love of singing and storytelling that opened the door for her lead performances for the startup series of children's musical programs called KidSongs. Her preference for complex character studies has led Chelsea to a variety of roles over the years that have allowed her to work on the subtle emotional cues that condition human behavior. Her recent transition into cinematic roles is no different, as the goal remains the same: tackling realistic characters with varied motivations.
Sahil Shroff
Actor (Jay)
Sahil grew up in Australia and is an Indian model/actor with an extensive resume under his belt. He first gained attention while competing on the premiere season of The Amazing Race Asia and has appeared in commercials for Ford and Cadbury and print ads for State Farm and Microsoft. One of his most notable roles to date was in the Indian film, "Don 2", opposite one of Bollywood's leading actresses, Priyanka Chopra. He can be seen most recently in episodes of "Born Again Virgin" and "Bones" and in the film, "Tie the Knot", starring Tara Reid.
Marco Antonio Martinez
Actor (Mark)
Marco was a member of the Roadside Theater in Heidelberg, Germany and attended the Rose Bruford College of Performing Arts in London. He has guest-appeared on several network television shows including "Harry's Law", "House M.D.", "Hot in Cleveland", "Castle", and "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.", to name a few. In 2011, he was hired by Academy Award-winning actor Forest Whitaker to serve as his personal dialect coach on the feature film "Catch .44". Marco has performed stand-up and sketch comedy and starred opposite Billy Dee Williams in the FunnyorDie.com-sponsored parody, "The Most Interesting BLACK Man in the World".

Andreas Riter
Actor (Ryan)
Andreas is an actor, writer, and producer and is almost successful enough to not have a day job working in marketing. He grew up in Silicon Valley, spent summers in Germany, college in Santa Barbara and now lives in traffic...I mean LA. He was a founding member of Revolving Madness, a San Francisco-based improv group that studied under Monty Python's John Cleese while at UCSB, he was the only white guy in the ABC/Disney Diversity Showcase, had recurring roles on TruTv's "Six Degrees of Separation" and "General Hospital" and was most recently seen on Showtime's "Roadies".
Brooke Lenzi
Actor (Baby mom)
Brooke Lenzi is a Los Angeles-based writer/actor/filmmaker. Two of Brooke's comedy pilots, "Sarah's Ghost" and "Nobodies", were finalists in the 2012/2013 Comedy Central Short Pilot Competition and in 2014 she wrote/produced a short drama called "Join Us" which screened at the Holly Shorts Monthly Screening Series, as well as the Academy Award Qualifying: LA Shorts Fest. She has also written/produced several comedy sketches that can be found on FunnyorDie (http://www.funnyordie.com/brookelenzi) and Youtube (https://www.youtube.com/user/MissLenzi). Brooke is currently writing a dramatic comedy feature that is set to shoot summer of 2016 with Dan Dobi directing.
Joe Raffa
Actor (Waiter)
Joe Raffa is a Los Angeles-based actor/filmmaker. He most recently appeared on the ABC drama "Grey's Anatomy" and has also starred in several feature films including: "Zombie Killers" opposite Billy Zane and "Camp Dread" opposite Eric Roberts. Additionally, Joe performed in "Born On The 17th of March," a St. Paddy's Day sketch-comedy show at The Second City Theater in Hollywood.