Kate Gorney (Julia)

If you haven't seen Kate on stage or screen, it is possible you may have seen her on travels living abroad, volunteering, or exploring. Art, personal interest, friends, and business have taken her to fifteen countries throughout East Asia, Europe, Central and South America, and other far corners of the world. The daughter of a poet and former priest, Kate grew up on a thoroughbred racehorse and organic asparagus farm. Guided by her two wonderful parents, she fell in love with nature, arts, and culture early on. She then began to equestrian training, acting, dancing, singing and language study as a child. Kate trained most intensely in classical ballet and danced throughout high school as a corps member of the Ann Arbor Civic Ballet Company.

She then lived abroad, studying in Europe and Scandinavia before enrolling in at The George Washington University. There, planning to be a cultural attaché, she majored in Italian. Then, inspired by her love of arts and adventure, Kate moved to New York City and found herself starring in a year long promotional campaign for Herbal Essence and MTV Networks Video Music and Movie Awards.

Soon after while filming a L'Oreal commercial, she caught the eye of a NY-based director, and was cast in BedHead, a short which was purchased by the Sundance Channel and put into regular rotation. These days, she resides in both LA and NY, writing, dancing and making art. Her acting work includes making appearances in stage plays, musicals and independent films, as well as numerous domestic and international commercial campaigns.

Michael King (Gregory)

Michael King grew up in upstate New York. During college, he did an intern program at Walt Disney World, where he discovered his passion for the preforming arts. He danced in the Tapestry of Nations parade and fell in love with being able to effect people through his performance. He knew then that he wanted to move to LA and pursue his newfound dream of becoming an actor. He never had a dream of being famous, he just wanted to be able to invoke emotion in others the way his favorite actors had in him. He wanted to touch people through his work and make a difference.

Since moving to LA, Michael has been in several National commercials, made many co-star and guest appearances in shows such as CSI, CSI:NY, DollHouse, and Up All Night. He recently had a recurring role on ABC's Last Resort.

His love, dedication and passion for his work set him apart from a lot of actors. He is grateful and feels so blessed to be able to do what he loves and call it work. His positive attitude and zest for life always makes him a pleasure to work with on set.

Jessie-Blue Ewing (Young Julia)

Jessie-Blue Ewing started her career following in her sister’s footsteps. At 16 months, she made her debut on Baby Einstein followed by her TV debut at the age of 3 on Criminal Minds.

Since then Jessie-Blue has filmed several commercials and television shows. She has been ice-skating since she was 3 and plays ice hockey for the Anaheim Lady Ducks. With no shortage of energy, she is a go-getter with a big personality and heart of gold.

Stacy Jorgensen (Shirley)

Originally from DeLand, FL, Stacy moved to Los Angeles at the age of 17 to attend the University of Southern California, where she majored in Theatre and minored in Cinema. While at USC, she began studying at the Groundlings and continued on through the Performance Lab.

Fresh out of college, her earlier work includes a supporting role in the film Lovely and Amazing, and supporting roles in the Independently produced films The Steamroom, and Stellina Blue. Stacy also starred in and co-produced two short films, Back From Reality, and True Love Never Dies.

Stacy starred in and produced the Sci-Fi/Horror feature film, Grey Skies, which can currently be seen on the Chiller Network as well as on DVD. She also had a supporting role on CBS’s Criminal Minds, as well as being a part of numerous short films including Cupcake, Botes al Amanecer (an Official Selection of the 2012 Cannes Film Festival), Tryouts, Paper Lotus, and Michael Comes Home. Upon her return from Cannes, Stacy starred in the Sci-Fi feature film Brutal, which she followed up with the incredible shorts, Encounter and Shhhh…., where she played a Mother pushed to her limits in each film.

Carrie Madsen (Woman/Shirley)

The performing arts have always been part of Carrie’s life in some fashion, but never the type of person to do things halfway, she decided to take a break from performing to get married and have a family. While she would earn her living teaching dance and choreographing musicals during this decade, it wasn’t until an unbelievable set of circumstances transpired that she took up acting again.

Her stage career quickly flourished. She joined Actor’s Equity and appeared in numerous musicals and straight plays, working in many major cities around the country.

Carrie is also building a solid career on-screen. She has appeared in numerous short films and indie features – winning awards for her role in The Crosses, and for her hosting of the documentary, I Love You To Death. She also appeared on Days of Our Lives. In addition, Carrie has lent her talents to several national and regional television commercials and voice-over projects.

Today, Carrie is pushing herself and her career in new directions. She is currently in pre-production as producer/actor of a two-person musical, is in pre-production for the 4th episode of the comedy web series she writes and stars in, and is writing a memoir. Carrie is an active member of in SAG-AFTRA and Actors Equity Association.

Jerod Meagher (Chris)

Jerod Meagher is a Los Angeles-based film and television actor originally from Kansas City. He kicked off 2013 with attending the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, UT representing the project, Inside Out, Outside In by Hunter Lee Hughes. Upon returning, he led a cast of veteran television actors in a staged reading of the script for investors at a Hollywood theatre. Also, Jerod recently booked a music video and filmed a show for the Discovery Channel.

This spring, he’ll begin several weeks of principal photography as a lead in another feature—his first in the horror genre. Jerod is currently studying at the renowned Ivana Chubbuck Studio in Los Angeles. When not working, he enjoys reading biographies and using his GoPro camera for extreme outdoor sports.

Roger Clark (Jeff)

Roger Clark was educated as a lawyer at Rutgers Law School and was honored in 2012 with that institution's Armitage Distinguished Alumni Award.

Among his accomplishments, Roger has appeared in film and theatrical productions, and co-hosted a nationally syndicated radio program for many years. His acting has been inspired and mentored by James Reese and Craig Campobasso. Roger is represented by Kathleen Schultz & Associates and is a member of SAG-AFTRA.

Tara Windley (Nicole)

Tara is currently working on the independent film Jezebel of Needles. She has won awards for her performances in Love Struck starring Barbara Bain as well as her performance as Frances in Rogue Machine Theatre’s play Bhutan. She graduated with a B.F.A. from Syracuse University where she participated in both the Aaron Sorkin Los Angeles Symposium and the Arielle Tepper Semester.



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