Brett Thomas is a typical pre-teen who loves to be active. One aspect of his life is his passion for acting, as he has been seen on Conan O'Brien and in various commercials on TV and radio voice overs. He loves to play sports and is competitive in tackle football, rugby, basketball and baseball. He has been training in tae kwon do for about 5 years and will be testing for his black belt this spring. He is a smart and precocious boy who has the whole world in his hands.
Paul is a veteran character actor who embraces the challenges of playing a wide variety of roles. He began his career at Canada's Stratford Festival, appearing in four productions as a member of John Neville's inaugural company. After working steadily in commercials and theatre in the Toronto area, he moved to Los Angeles, where he continues to act in television, film, commercials and voiceover. He has continued to work on stage, as well, most notably with Ray Bradbury's Pandemonium Theatre Company, appearing in the highly-acclaimed eight-month run of "Fahrenheit 451"
Camille James Harman
Camille earned an MFA in Drama and Communications at the University of New Orleans in 1994. During that time she acted in the World War II drama Silent Cries, a movie-of-the-week produced by NBC/BBC and directed by Anthony Page, starring Gena Rowlands and Annabeth Gish. She also acted in an episode of Unsolved Mysteries (1990), several commercials, theatrical productions and a music video featuring Simon Climie. She can be seen in "Vice," as Mary Matalin, directed by Adam McKay. Harman taught acting at the University of New Orleans and taught Theatre and Film Appreciation at Our Lady of the Holy Cross College in Algiers, Louisiana.
Pat has numerous film and television credits including starring roles in The Best Revenge (winner Santa Barbara Film Festival) and The Gifted, as well as Boys Will Be Boys and Exit in Red with Mickey Rourke. Pat just wrapped the feature film Secret Santa set to release the end of 2017. TV credits include: Criminal Minds, Grey’s Anatomy, Mad Love, Brothers & Sisters, Cold Case, CSI, Judging Amy (recurring) Six Feet Under, The Practice, She Spies, Family Law, X-Files. Pat has done many theatrical productions and has earned two L.A. Drama Critics Circle Awards & two nominations, one Ovation Award, and several Drama-Logue Awards.
Lynn studied acting at Ball State University before graduating magna cum laude with a B.S. in Theatre (Best Supporting Actress, The Last Night of Ballyhoo; Outstanding Actress, Love Child). After moving to Los Angeles, Lynn has worked in commercials, film, and theatre. Lynn is a founding member of Monkey Butler Comedy where she performs, teaches, and met her husband, Dan Braswell. Her short story "Blue" was turned into an award winning short film. She adapted Shauna Niequist's best selling memoir into Cold Tangerines: The Play and appeared in the starring role for the world premier at The Fremont Centre Theatre in 2014.
Trained at the famed Asolo Conservatory, Brian is a classically trained actor, who has recently begun making a splash on the indie movie scene. Educating himself in all aspects of the stage, Brian has worked as a master flyman, scene painter, carpenter, electrician, and technical director, as well as an actor. He enjoyed a short stint as the Technical Director for Denison University before returning to acting full time. Since appearing in Hollywood, Brian has starred in five indie features, several shorts, and has just wrapped the pilot for the series Urban Cowgirl, created by Jeanne Rosenberg. Brian is the winner of two Woody Awards for his roles in The Importance of Being Earnest and A Flea in Her Ear.
Frank was born in the upper West Side of Manhattan, NYC. His mother was born in Galway, Ireland. His father was an Italian elevator operator in NYC for decades. Irish/Italian -- so look out! In 1988, he moved to LA and studied with Jeff Corey and Charles Conrad. He also studied improvisation with Avery Schreiber. Mr. Califano has achieved numerous stage and film credits. He can play anything from a noble pastor to an unscrupulous FBI agent and is known for Thunderbird (2001), Awakening Arthur (2010) and The Art of Travel (2008).