JAVI – THE BOSS
César Gamiño is originally a midwesterner from Milwaukee, Wisconsin now residing in Los Angeles. He moved to LA in 95 and studied the Meisner Technique with William Alderson and hasn’t looked back. He also studied improv at the renowned Groundlings. He’s best known for his leading role in The Violinist which finished a successful film festival run playing over 30 festivals worldwide and earning 11 awards and 5 nominations including a Best Actor for him. Since concluding principle photography on Dirty Cues season 1 has has gone on to direct/edit/shoot comedy sketch videos for the Dirty Cues YouTube Channel. Many of them have gone viral including Angela vs Bath Body Works, Tommy Chong Lincoln Commercial, The Real Housewives of Westeros and the COPS Manitowoc Sheriff Dept series parodying the sheriffs on the popular Netflix series Making A Murderer. All videos can be seen in full HD on his vimeo page. His Instagram feed is mostly behind the scenes on set pix and pictures of his cats. Because the internet is about CATS. WEBSITE
NATALIE – THE CASTING DIRECTOR
Moniqua Plante – Yep, that’s my name. It’s pronounced like Monica, not Shaniqua 🙂 I act, produce, create and occasionally do some fake fighting on-screen. Think of me as a ray of sunshine on the subway, the weather girl who makes the hurricane sound like fun or an ass-kicking assassin for hire. I was born and raised in San Francisco and started performing at an early age. After studying at The American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, I moved to LA where I’ve worked with Molly Shannon and John Michael Higgins on NBC’s ‘Kath & Kim’ and recurred on John Wells’ ‘Southland‘ with Michael Cudlitz and Benjamin McKenzie. Most recently I booked a guest lead on HBO/Cinemax’s anthology series, ‘Femme Fatales’. And I guest starred on Alan Ball’s new original series for HBO/Cinemax, ‘Banshee‘. I have to confess that I am most proud of my last two short films, Buttons in the Ground and Pillow Talk (Available on iTunes), which I also produced. Together they have garnered over 19 nominations, winning 12 awards thus far including four Best Actress Awards and Breakout Action Star for little ol’ me. WEBSITE
CHERRY – THE MISTRESS
Shana Eva was born in New York, but grew up in Coral Springs, Florida. She began her training in dance at the age of three. By eight years old, she had enrolled in a performing arts academy and continued to hone her skills in acting, singing and dancing. Eager to investigate further opportunities, Shana relocated to Los Angeles in 2010. Almost immediately, she landed roles in Spike TV’s “1000 Ways to Die” and “Tattoo Nightmares”. She then snagged a lead role in the TV miniseries, “Alien Persona”, which aired on the largest network in Russia. Her most recent works include spots in national ads such as, Garnier Fructis, Wingstop, Gillette, Direct TV as well as music videos with international artists including Ice Cube and Lady Antebellum. Her role as “Jen” in the viral phenomenon, “Angela vs Bath & Body Works”, gained a slew of media attention from everyone from BuzzFeed to Entertainment Tonight. Her latest work was opposite Amy Schumer in a promo for the film,”Trainwreck” and she also wrapped filming on the motion picture, “Shadow Fighter”, featuring Burt Reynolds.
TRAVIS – THE SICARIO
Jon Gormley is a Philadelphia native who currently resides in Los Angeles. He’s appeared in SpikeTV’s 1000 Ways To Die, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Investigation Discovery’s Blood Relatives and Murder Among Friends, The NEXON series TESTERS, Darko Entertainment’s God Bless America, and commercials for Kawasaki, KSwiss, and Necomimi. Jon is a member of Youtube’s Happy Hour Sketch Comedy, a graduate of The William Alderson Acting Studio, a frequent guest actor for Dreamworks animators, as well as a member of the LA Connection Theater.
ANYA – THE ASSISTANT
Bri spends most of her time crying like a little girl, making dying sounds, and wielding some bad ass weapons like bejeweled chainsaws. No, she’s not hallucinating, she’s a voiceover artist for video games and animation.Credits include: Fire Emblem Heroes and Fates, World of Final Fantasy, Seven Deadly Sins, Durararax2!!. In front of the camera, Bri’s comedy sketch with YouTuber Suparwoman can be viewed here. WEBSITE Listen up at brisoundslike.com
EDITH – THE UNDERCOVER FBI AGENT
She has appeared in numerous national commercials including Burger King and Comcast, and co-wrote and “rapped” in a PSA for The Partnership For A Drug Free America.
She has performed stand-up comedy at The Comedy Store, The Ice House and the LA Cabaret. She has also performed improv at Second City-Hollywood and numerous Los Angeles theatrical productions including The Days of Wine and Roses, Lovers and Other Strangers, A Midsummer Night’s Dream among others.
DANIEL – THE ROOKIE FBI AGENT
Bryan McClure has studied many different art-forms over the years; everything from studio art, to graphic design, to web design, to acting. It’s his passion for the arts that lead him to his career in acting. And Bryan’s career has certainly taken off. In addition to acting in numerous short films, he won a world-wide talent search to play the lead in 4 of the 6 films in the independent sci-fi franchise “Space Command”, he booked and shot the lead in the independent feature, “Basement”, and he’s additionally slated to play the lead in the two-part Western Feature, “The Clinch Mountain Tracker”. Additionally, Bryan is set to produce and star in a short film called “Ya Big Baby”. Bryan’s worked with notable talents like Grace Park & Lauren German (Hawaii Five-O), Tom Arnold (April Showers), Colin Hanks (Lucky), Illeana Douglas (Easy to Assemble), and Adam LeFevre and Bill Sage (The Scientist). Also worthy of note is Bryan’s Best Actor Award at the Creative Arts Film Festival for his work as Scout Cooper in “Adventure, Wisconsin” and his Best Supporting Actor Nomination at the 168 Hour Film Festival for the work he did as Marco on the film “Bountiful”. WEBSITE
MAZY – THE TROPHY WIFE
A Wisconsin native, Marissa Nans spent most of her childhood and teenage years in intense ballet study and competitive gymnastics. In high school, she did many musical theatre performances, with the leading role of Mary Magdalene in Jesus Christ Superstar topping her list of favorites. After an exhausting career in design post-college, she decided to pack it up and move west to start over. Her past 3 years in Los Angeles have been spent studying improv at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade and currently at Diana Castle’s acting studio “The Imagined Life”. Most recently she booked a commercial for E-harmony, and has previously worked for Dove Shampoo and the Hyatt Hotel.