Jens Rasmussen (Richard Pine) has created over 100 roles for stage and film. He’s performed for the United Nations in NYC, as well as with Off-Broadway companies such as EPIC, Pan Asian Rep, The Internationalists, Manhattan Theatre Source, Vital Theatre, and others. He's been fortunate to work on the award winning shorts A Boy and a Girl and Rendezvous with Rama, as well dozens of major motion pictures and TV shows. Member Screen Actors Guild. Learn more at www.jensrasmussen.info.
Melanie Parker (Kristy Pine) has contributed voice-over and on-camera talent to the film and commercial industry for more than a decade. Corporate clients have included The Coca-Cola Company, Chick Fil-A, AT&T, The U.S. Postal Service, TLC.'s Spymaster Series and The Georgia Lottery. In 2003 she was the voice of The LeMans Race Series. A skilled actor, Melanie has performed live for Microsoft, Home Depot, and BellSouth. She records audiobooks, is a Marilyn Monroe impersonator, a member of Bacchus Mystery Theatre and Laughing Matters (Atlanta dinner-theatre troupes), and is a core member of Blast-Off Burlesque.
Adam Drescher (Ronnie Hanelli) is a thirty year veteran of both the big and small screens. With numerous roles in film, episodics, sitcoms, and commercials, Adam is probably best known for his work in the Tim Burton films "Batman Returns" and "Ed Wood" as well as recurring appearances on the TV series "Boston Public" and "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno".
Stephen David Calhoun (Antonio Pinzetti) is a life-long resident of the Atlanta area with brief stints all over the world thanks to the US Army. He got bitten by the acting bug his senior year in high school and it never went away. Appearances include numerous stage productions all over Atlanta, several episodes of the TV shows "In The Heat of the Night" and "I'll Fly Away", a supporting role in the TNT film "The Librarian: Curse of the Judas Chalice", and upcoming films: "Evolution Creek" and "life.less". Learn more at www.stephendavidcalhoun.com.
Kelly Natividade (Florenca Lopez) has an intense passion for acting and a drive for perfecting her craft. Kelly is most at home and happiest when she is performing. Hailing from Goiania, Brazil, Kelly began acting in church and school theater at a young age. A natural on stage, she soon found herself being sought after for modeling jobs. In 2001, she left Brazil for the United States, beginning the next chapter in her life. Atlanta became her new home, and there she resumed her passion for acting. She began studying theater at Kennesaw State University, started private coaching with Shannon Eubanks, and enrolled in as many local workshops and classes as she could find in order to hone her craft. While studying, she was offered numerous acting opportunities in Atlanta's indie film scene and worked with some of the best filmmakers in Atlanta on film projects such as "Casting Call", "I Will Hurt You", and "YardByrds". Quickly finding representation with one of Atlanta's top agents, Kelly was presented with many audition opportunities and was soon booking commercial, industrial, and television work. In less than a year, she booked a principal role as Maricela on Lifetime Television's "Army Wives" in 2009.
Lawrence Sykkmon (Solom Ngo)
Dorian Alexis Santiago (Nick Lowenthal)
Allen O'Reilly (Father Hailly) has film work which includes the role of Grantland Rice in Bobby Jones Stroke of Genius. He is an Associate Artist with Georgia Shakespeare where he has performed for twenty-one seasons.
William Harrison (Young Richard) calls Alpharetta, Georgia his home, where he discovered he had a deep passion for acting. He has an ambition and drive for perfecting his craft and has enrolled in many local workshops and classes with the purpose of developing and perfecting his skills. Most recently, William has been cast in Disney's "The Odd Life of Timothy Green," which stars Jennifer Garner.
Michael Beasley (Detective Curtiss) is one of Hollywood's "Hardest Working Actors." Michael is currently starring in the sci-fi film called "The Bay" with award winning, legendary Director Barry Levinson. He is "Officer Jimson" in this feature film. Michael has supporting roles in several feature films premiering in 2010-2011. The films include "I Love You Phillip Morris" starring Jim Carrey and Ewen McGregor, "Max's Mardi Gras" starring Carmen Electra, "Preacher's Kid" starring Essence Atkins and Laytoya Luckett, and the feature films "Hero," "Firebird," and "The Change Up." With such a hectic schedule, he still finds time to run his companies, No More Tears, LLC. and Xtremely Well, which is a graphic design and marketing company and clothing apparel line, respectively. He also plans to launch a clothing line in the Summer of 2011. He also has projects he is working on thru his own film production company called Isis-Ra Productions.
Tony Folden (Detective Miller) grew up in Central Ohio, always having a love for entertainment and being the center of attention. From his teenage years until today, he has honed his skills as an actor and writer. On Easter Sunday, 2008, he was given the opportunity to showcase his acting skills for the first time for an up and coming production team in Baltimore, Maryland, Joystick Films. That group liked him enough to include him in their next three projects. In striving to grow and better his craft, he was lead to Atlanta, Georgia where his acting career truly began to excel. He has been acting for nearly 2 years now and moved to ATL in January of '09. He has been quickly building his resume and networking. In the last 12 months he has been cast in 4 independent, full length films, 3 short films, and 5 TV pilots, one of which he wrote, cast, co-produced and co-directed.
Maurice Johnson (Prison Guard) is an Augusta native and graduate of Albany State University where he was a Speech & Theatre major, played football collegiately and a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. He has been seen on film and TV playing a variety of roles that showcase his range as an actor. He has been seen on screen on The Game, Vampire Diaries, BET’s Let’s Stay Together, Necessary Roughness multiple time on TBS’s Meet the Browns just a few weeks ago just to name a few. He currently has two national commercials being aired. One is with SunTrust banks where he is “Kevin, the hectic father of three…… GIRLS” (as he says in the commercial) and the other is Nationwide Insurance with Nascar great Dale Earnhardt, Jr. He has an upcoming web series “Osiris” along with a host of voice-over projects and over 10 indie films that he has been in. In addition to acting Maurice is a personal trainer to many sports and entertainment industry notables.
Our amazing cast was brought together with the help and support of Ken Feinberg and Cecilia Farkas at Creative Studios of Atlanta.