Garrett Clayton - Steven Turano
Garrett Clayton is best known for his leading role in the hit Disney Channel movies “Teen Beach Movie,” and “Teen Beach Movie 2." Clayton starred as Tanner, the sun-bleached surf star of a classic teen beach movie "Wet Side Story," where two kids from the present find themselves mysteriously trapped. More recent projects include the lead role opposite James Franco and Christian Slater in King Cobra, the thriller Don’t Hang Up and starring opposite Harvey Fierstein, Jennifer Hudson, Kristin Chenoweth and Martin Short in NBC’s “Hairspray Live!” He recently starred opposite Al Pacino and Judith Light at the Pasadena Playhouse inGod Looked Away.
Jordan Doww - Nick Perkins
Jordan Doww is an actor, comedian, and content producer. Since High School, Doww has had a passion for live theater and comedy. In 2016, Doww debuted his live comedy show “HollyWEIRD,” self-written and directed which includes his take on the Hollywood experience via standup, improv, song, and dance. The show sold out in major venues including the Hollywood Improv, and Caroline’s on Broadway. In addition to his own show, Doww appears frequently at Upright Citizen’s Brigade and most recently joined Nina Daniels and Mo Welch at the Nerd Melt Showroom for the “Playground with Millennials” show.
Doww is making a bold mark in the television space as well. Doww made his television debut on TruTV’s “Fameless.” Doww can also be seen in the New Form comedy pilot “The Win” alongside Don Stark (“That 70s Show”). Other programs that feature Doww include the Awesomeness TV Writers Guild Award winning show ‘The Commute” for Season 2, which airs Summer 2017. Upcoming projects of Doww’s include Go90’s top performing show, “Mr. Student Body President” and Milo Ventimiglia’s “Relationship Status,” which was originally premiered at Tribeca Film Festival. In the film space, Doww recently filmed the feature “Reach” alongside Garrett Clayton and Joey Bragg.
A passion of Jordan’s includes Human Rights, and he makes it a point to advocate for them. Doww has worked with The Trevor Project, Los Angeles LGBT Center, The Representation Project, Human Right’s Campaign and more.
Doww has been named a personality to know by AOL, and I-D Magazine named Jordan the “New Youth Voice for Gender Activism”.
Twice nominated for a FOX Teen Choice Awards two years in a row alongside Ellen DeGeneres, Kevin hart, Jimmy Fallon, Aziz Ansari and James Corden and amassing over one million followers online, Doww is a force to be reckoned with.
Jordan is represented by SCALE Management, United Talent Agency and SGSBC, LLP.
Joey Bragg - Richard
After wrapping the final season of top-rated Disney Channel show LIV AND MADDIE, Joey Bragg has been incredibly busy and hasn’t stopped working. He most recently wrapped Netflix/Happy Madison feature WHO DO YOU THINK WOULD WIN? as the lead, opposite David Spade and Nat Faxon. Prior to that, he played one of the leads in indie feature dramedy REACH. He has also recurred in Netflix’s sequel series WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER: TEN YEARS LATER, and guest starred in CRIMINAL MINDS as a serial killer. Previous credits include the DISNEY XD original movie MARK & RUSSELL’S WILD RIDE and FULLSCREEN’s influencer-driven baseball themed feature film THE OUTFIELD, which hit number 1 on the iTunes drama charts in the summer of 2016. Previously, Joey was selected to be featured as part of Variety’s Youth Impact Report. In stand-up, he has shared the stage with Dane Cook, Tim Allen, and Bob Saget. Joey has an impressive social media following, which includes over 2 million followers on Instagram.
Johnny James Fiore - Clarence West
Johnny James Fiore is an actor, screenwriter, director, and producer based out of Venice, California. In his three and a half years In Los Angeles, Johnny has regularly booked roles in television, national commercials, and films, while writing his own screenplays and working on the production side of projects as well. His first feature screenplay "Reach”, which he wrote, produced and starred in, recently wrapped principal photography. "Reach" won the best screenplay award at the Hollywood & Vine film festival.
Steven Thomas Capp - Daniel Hill
Steven (a.k.a Steven Thomas) is an actor who grew up on Long Island and Manhattan, enjoying his summers in the beautiful Berkshire mountains. Steven has had the opportunity to work alongside Oona Laurence (Southpaw) in "Wet Cement", and is known for his role as Carl's son in the final season of "How I Met Your Mother" and TV Land's "Teachers". He filmed "Fat Camp" - alongside Vivica Fox, Chris Redd, and Annabelle Acosta, which will have its world premiere at the LA Film Festival June 2017. He played 'Kevin' in FOX's "Making History" - starring Adam Pally. Most recently, he starred in the feature film "Reach" opposite Garrett Clayton, Jordan Doww and Joey Bragg. He also guest starred on Nickelodeon’s “Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn”. Steven regularly performs live stand-up at the Hollywood Improv, Ice House, and Edgemar Theatre as a member of the Standing Tall Comedy Troupe. He continues to act and attend school in Los Angeles. For more information, visit steventhomascapp.com
Raffaela Capp - Kimberly Hill
Raffaela was born in Smithtown, NY and raised in the small town of Sayville, New York on Long Island. At an early age it was obvious Raffaela wanted to perform; she could sing before she could talk. Raffaela has formal education and training with the Berkshire Theatre Group and the CAP 21 acting conservatory. She graduated from the Long Island Performing Arts and Technical High School and attended Sarah Lawrence College, where she studied liberal arts and performance as the only freshman in her year to be accepted into senior and graduate-level courses.
Raffaela wrote and recorded her first EP with Grammy award-winning producers Frank and Christian Berman. The music video for her original track "So What" was accepted into the Dances With Films festival, Rahway International Film Festival, was a jury selection at the International Family Film Festival, and won best song in a music video at the Hollywood & Vine Film Festival. She also wrote and starred in the short film "Taking A Chance on Love", which was nominated for best short film at Dances With Kidz and an audience choice award at the Hollywood & Vine Film Festival. Raffaela worked in collaboration with InRage Entertainment and Sony/ATV producers & songwriters, Automatic and Ebony Vanderveers on her award-winning music video and single, "Hurricane", featuring artist Chris Redd (Popstar, Never Stop, Never Stopping). Her single “I Love Me” will be featured in the Reach soundtrack. For more information, visit raffaelacapp.com
Natasha Capp - Emma
Natasha was born in Mineola, NY and was raised in the small, quaint town of Sayville on Long Island. Natasha has attended a different school for each of her four years of high school, which is something she prides herself in. Natasha began acting at the age of 5 where she took part in local and community theatre in her home town. She lives in Los Angeles with her parents Steven and Maria and siblings Steven Thomas and Raffaela, both of whom are actors.
Natasha is a graduate of The Art of Acting / The Stella Adler Acting Studio in Los Angeles, takes classes at the famous Groundlings in Hollywood, and attended the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts where she studied Shakespeare. She regularly performs stand-up with Standing Tall Comedy at the Hollywood Improv, Ice House, and Edgemar Theatre. Most recently, she starred in the feature film "Reach" opposite Garrett Clayton, Jordan Doww and Joey Bragg. For more information, visit natashacapp.com
Chelsea Cook - Ella
Chelsea is the youngest of 6 kids. At 6 years old, she wanted to dance and would dance around at home all the time, so we put her in dance lessons. She still dances competitively. Chelsea has also been a back up dancer for a couple of up and coming artists and has been on a hip hop crew. She has always loved being on stage and performing.
Chelsea has always had a love for movies and TV. So at the age of 12, she decided she wanted to try acting and found a passion for it. Her passion for acting still continues today. Chelsea has had guest starring roles as Sarah Schwartzman in Comedy Central's "Key and Peele", Young Charlotte opposite Jon Heder on Disney XD's "Gulliver Quinn", and "React to That" on Nickelodeon. She was a lead in an independent film called "Rage of Innocence" opposite Stef Dawson.
Chelsea has worked on several short films: Little Goat, Wedding Celebration and "The Lunch Box" are just to name a few. Also, a few webisodes: Babysitters and Shrink Wrapped.
Chelsea also loves voice over. She has done Disney "Lego Princess" she is the voice of Cinderella. She was on Disney's "Lego Friends" as Ella. Chelsea got an opportunity earlier this year - she was a Guest DJ on the MStyle station on iHeart Radio. Besides Acting, Chelsea loves to run - especially mud runs, dance, read, and drinking coffee.
Brent Tarnol - Jack Y.
Hitting the audition process hard at the sweet age of fourteen; character actor, Brent Austin Tarnol takes the industry by storm. Since starting out on the stage as the comic relief role in his first stage performance, Brent has molded into fine, funny, young actor. Brent's credits include two nationwide commercials (T-mobile and Del-Taco) and TV credits which include guest spots on television shows Heroes, How I Met Your Mother, Drake and Josh, Samantha Who and recurring roles on Raising the Bar, and Disney Channel's: Sonny with a Chance. As Brent continues to practice his craft as an actor he also continues to build his production company: Tarnol Group Pictures which he has successfully been running with his older brother, Jarret.
Grant Harling - Mr. Tony
Grant is an actor/writer/producer based in Los Angeles, who has been a member of the arts community for ten years. He recently completed principal photography on “Reach”, for which he acted as co-writer/co-producer/actor. He also recently finished shooting the feature, “Locating Silver Lake”, and the pilot presentation, “That Government Smell.” Grant has studied with Craig Wallace, Anthony Meindl, and Ivana Chubbuck. He is represented by Daryn Simons of Cohesive Entertainment Group, Terry Mandel of Abstract Talent, and Sooze Johnson of The Agency Dallas. He also has a degree in Film/Television Production and Spanish from Pepperdine University. For more information please visit – grantharling.com
Bojesse Christopher - Mr. Turano
BoJesse also costarred as the FBI Director Chapman in the $100 million dollar re imagined Point Break, directed by Ericson Core, distributed by Warner Bros., in theaters world wide throughout 2016, now on HBO.
BoJesse also costars opposite J.K. Simmons & Emile Hersh in the dark comedy The Runaround, opening in theaters everywhere, Spring 2017.
Thus far, BoJesse has starred, co-starred, reoccurred, guest starred, appeared in, and/or written, produced and directed, a variety of over 47+ film and television projects over the years, opposite a wide range of notable talent.
Early days, BoJesse personally trained with legendary acting coach Stella Adler at prestigious Stella Adler Conservatory Theatre, while mentored and privately coached by two-time academy award winner Shelley Winters at The Actors Studio West, and is a lifetime member.
Over time, BoJesse trained with acclaimed acting coach Sandy Marshall, immersing himself into the Sanford Meisner repetition technique.
In recent years, BoJesse developed, organized, and directs "Truth Be Told" A Stanislavski/Meisner acting for camera collective for professional, disciplined, actors, where he continues to share and grow as an actor-filmmaker-coach. In addition, BoJesse coaches an impressive roster of adult, teen, and child, notable and emerging actors, in group, privately, and on set.
More recently, BoJesse has lectured at both the Masters Acting class for Camera and Scene Study class at Relativity School, an integrated film school program in collaboration with Relativity Media/Studios at The LA Center Studios in Downtown Los Angeles, CA., as well as the Acting for Camera class at the prestigious New York Film Academy in Burbank, CA.
As a filmmaker, BoJesse is always seeking out inspiring new material to develop as an actor/producer/director, including a handful of unannounced Ken Nolan (Blackhawk Down) writing specs. The name BoJesse is his Fathers creation: ‘Bo’ after the legendary blues guitarist Bo Diddley and ‘Jesse’ after the infamous cowboy outlaw Jesse James (all one word and capitol J).
BoJesse - An outlaw with rhythm. Stay tuned...
Kevin Sizemore - Mr. Perkins
Kevin Sizemore has portrayed many memorable characters on the small screen over this career, including the Fear The Walking Dead: Flight 462 (Emmy nominated) along with shows such as Rizzoli & Isles, NCIS, 24, Resurrection, Under The Dome and many more.
On the big screen, Sizemore’s been seen in The Case For Christ, Woodlawn, Miracles From Heaven, and Believe, (which he also served as a producer).
Kevin has four films coming out in 2017. Domain: a sci-fi thriller about a group of prisoners and takes place in the year 2036. Mine 9: about a group of WV coal miners trying to survive an explosion while still underground. Sightings: a family is being threatened by something lurking in the woods. Can I Get A Witness Protection: a screwball comedy about a couple who needs to be relocated by witness protection program.
Under his company GKg Productions, Kevin’s in development on the Documentary about Bill Rasmussen: The Founder of ESPN, currently in post-production on the comedy Trew Calling, the thriller Intensive Care and The Paperboys, a film about kids back in the 1980’s. Sizemore will make his directorial debut on the film The 7, about seven people who end up at the wrong place at the wrong time.
Concetta Tomei - Doris
Concetta’s Broadway credits include Cyrano de Bergerac opposite Kevin Kline, The Elephant Man opposite David Bowie, Noises Off, and Goodbye Fidel. Her other New York credits include The Clean House at Lincoln Center (East Coast premiere); the original cast of Tommy Tune’s Cloud Nine; Richard III (Bayfield Award); Fen (directed by Les Waters), Nora Ephron’s Love, Loss, and What I Wore; the original cast of The Normal Heart (opposite Brad Davis); A Private View; and Richard III (St. Clair Bayfield Award). Concetta has also appeared at the Alley Theatre, American Conservatory Theater, and the Mark Taper Forum. Her film credits include Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead, Deep Impact, Out to Sea, The Muse, and View From the Top. Her television credits include Veep, Necessary Roughness, Weeds, Nip/Tuck, Murphy Brown, Providence, China Beach, The King of Queens, and more than fifty other roles. Concetta is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and Chicago’s Goodman School of Drama (Sarah Siddons Award).
Corbin Bernsen - Charles
Corbin Bernsen comes from an entertainment family. His mother has been on the long running soap The Young and Restless for 35 years. A graduate of UCLA where he earned a bachelors degree in Theater and a Masters degree in Playwriting, he most recently starred as Henry Spencer on USA Network’s hit original series PSYCH. He was first catapulted to stardom during the 1980s by the hit NBC TV series, L.A. Law. He was nominated for both Emmy and Golden Globe awards for his performance as Arnie Becker on the show that virtually created the ensemble drama as we now today. Along the way he hosted Saturday Night Live, and guest starred on Seinfeld and Star Trek to name a few notable television appearances. In the feature film arena, he starred in the comedy Hello Again, followed by other critically acclaimed roles in Disorganized Crime, Wolfgang Peterson’s Shattered, The Great White Hype, and as the Cleveland Indians’ third baseman-turned-owner Roger Dorn in the extremely popular Major League series of films. Other film credits include Lay the Favorite with Bruce Willis and The Big Year with Steve Martin, Jack Black and Owen Wilson. He also appeared with Robert Downey Jr. and Val Kilmer in Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. Recently, Bernsen has moved to the other side of the camera, directing the films Carpool Guy, Dead Air and Rust, which was distributed by Sony Pictures Entertainment. With Rust, Bernsen shifted his focus to family friendly movies and formed Home Theater Films. 25 Hill, which he also wrote and directed, is the first title from his newly formed company and was distributed by EchoLight Studios in July 2012. This was followed by 3 Day Test (2012) and Beyond the Heavens (2013), also released by EchoLight Studios. Currently Bernsen is in post-production on another project, Christian Mingle coming in Fall 2014 from Capitol. Bernsen lives in Los Angeles with his wife of 24 years actress Amanda Pays, and their four sons.