Tamika Entzminger is a model and actress from New Jersey. She recently appeared at New York Fashion Week for Runways on Fire. Tamika has done background work on the CBS series “Unforgettable” and has shot a wide range of shows and pilots in New York. She has also performed off-Broadway in the play, “36 Blocks”.
Klaudija was born in Lithuania in 2000 and moved to Italy at age four. At ten she began her singing career, winning several competitions before beginning to compose and publish her own music at 16. Her music was selected for the Sanremo Festival and in 2016 won its award for Sanremo New Talent. Her second single, “Appunti di Vita (Life Notes)” has been entered in several film festivals as a short film. After appearing in Shakespeare’s “Othello” and “As You Like It”, Klaudija moved to the big screen with a role in the post-apocalyptic short, “Starved”.
Suzanne was born and raised “where the road ends”, on Chokoloskee Island in Florida’s magnificent and beautiful Everglades. She developed a life-long love of animals growing up around exotic creatures such as boar, panthers and monkeys at her father’s wildlife sanctuary. Suzanne moved to Miami in 1999 to pursue a modeling career which quickly heated up, earning herself the title of Miss Hawaiian Tropic United States in 2000. That year she also was asked to participate in a Playboy Playmate search and was quickly flown to Chicago to be photographed as Playmate of the Month. Suzanne continues to model but has since begun to follow her passion for acting, appearing in commercials, television shows and feature films.
Michael Whaley began acting in high school in Ohio before earning a degree in Fire and Emergency Medicine. Michael’s 14 year career as a firefighter and paramedic was cut short when a work injury necessitated Michael’s leg to be amputated above the knee. Not one to refuse a challenge, Michael moved to Clearwater, Florida to pursue an acting career. He has appeared in Civil Defense, Daddy’s Girl, Sanctuary, and others. Michael performs his own stunts and fight scenes, and wants to serve as in inspiration to other disabled actors. “Being disabled will never stop me from my dream…this is my passion and it is what I do.”
Vicky Dalli is an actress and lawyer, born and raised in Greece. She graduated from the Law School at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki before studying acting at the Theatre of Changes in Athens while practicing law. Vicky was then accepted by the famous Lee Strasberg Film and Theater Institute in Hollywood and continued on to the Beverly Hills Playhouse acting school. She has a diploma in Greek, English and French language and has added to her impressive repertoire by studying Latin dances, belly dancing and traditional Greek dancing. Vicky has performed in various films, TV shows and web series. In 2014 she won Best Lead Actress in a Short or Feature Film at the Action on Film Festival for her role in J.D.’s “Burning Cigarettes”, following that with the Actress of the Year award in 2015.
Karen Xerri is an American actress, writer, and recording artist. The former child actor and NYU Tisch School of the Arts graduate has an extensive background in theatre, VO, film and television. (Credits include: Into the Woods, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Upright Citizen’s Brigade, Last Man, Ten Dead Comedians, SNL, Law and Order and 2018’s Ghost in the Graveyard). As a genre-spanning vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and composer, Xerri has toured internationally and has collaborated on soundtracks and live projects with a number of notable Grammy, Tony, Emmy & Peabody-Award winners. (Credits Include: Elliot Sharp’s Q-Mix with Steve Buschemi (2017), The Colbert Report’s FMU Variety Show, spots for Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, MTV). An emerging cult favorite in the anime arena, her highly versatile character voices can be heard on series including Last Man (2018), directed by Michael Sinterniklaas, Ten Dead Comedians by Marvel’s Fred Van Lente (2017), and countless audiobooks and commercials. Xerri resides in NYC.
Chadwin Williams is an actor, known for Blade & Blood (2019), Better Now (2018) and Sage Alexander (2018).
Growing up in small town Iowa, Sierra Collins got her first taste of acting doing community theater at three years old. She continued to be actively involved in community theater all through grade school, middle school, and high school, eventually enrolling into the University of Iowa for film and theater studies. Never finishing her degree and instead deciding to pursue a film career Sierra relocated to Minneapolis, MN for a brief time before making the big move to Los Angeles, CA. She has since gone on to find success in the world of independent film and movies. In addition to working in front of the camera Sierra enjoys spending time with her family and her dog as well as reading, camping, and going for motorcycle rides.
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Adam Gold is a professional actor, stuntman, and voiceover artist based out of Los Angeles. Since moving to Hollywood from Tucson, Arizona, he has landed principal roles in dozens of feature films, shorts, and national commercials. Recently entering the VO industry, he has lent his voice to creative work for animation and video games, as well as commercial work for companies like NASDAQ, GMC, Adyen, and many more. After working with J.D. on his critically-acclaimed short “Burning Cigarettes”, Adam was cast as Thomas in the original “Blade & Blood” short, and has remained heavily involved in the feature production process ever since.
Alaex N. Merritt has transitioned into the film industry over the last couple of years after dreaming of owning a production company, directing, and becoming an actress most of her life. She moved into film and started two businesses after 15 years of working in the financial lending world. She is co-owner of Arcturi Draco Productions and owner of Spiritual Merit. Alaex has worked on feature films as a PA and writer for Love’s Twisted Revenge.
J.D. Glasscock started as a slam poet on national teams in 1990. Six years later he moved onto being the singer/songwriter/front man of a blues rock band called Sofa King, which lasted ten years. Though he still writes both lyrics and poetry, in 2005 he moved onto studying film writing and directing with a special emphasis on lighting; specifically, noir lighting. He moved to Los Angeles in 2010 to…SEE FULL BIO HERE
Mark Potter started school as an IT professional working towards his CCNA certification but decided that acting and the film industry was where he belonged. He went into the military after high school and served for 4 years, including one deployment to Iraq. Mark graduated from KD Conservatory on May 19, 2017. He helped co-write the feature, “Love’s Twisted Revenge”, which is still in the development stage. He was a gaffer for Bruthas321 and he portrayed Stan Long in the feature, “The Great Altar”.
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Lauren has appeared in several short and feature films, working with greats such as Demi Moore, Ellen Burstyn and Ed Asner. She is set to play the role of ‘Caesa’ in Cerulean and has been cast in the Star Wars fan film ‘The Grieving Jedi’.