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Blaise Miller (HR)

After receiving his B.A. in Theater and Creative Writing, Blaise packed up his things and moved to the Windy City. While in Chicago, he gained extensive stage time at Second City and IO. After a few years of writing and acting in shows, he decided it was time to make the move to Los Angeles.

Gabriel Luna (Eddy)

Gabriel Luna is an actor and director born and raised in Austin, TX. He attended St. Edward's University where he made his stage debut as “Romeo” in Romeo and Juliet and appeared in several Equity productions. He made his feature film debut in Fall to Grace, which premiered at the 2005 SXSW Film Festival. Gabe also starred as “Nathaniel Hitchins” in Dance with the One, a locally shot film selected for the SXSW Narrative Feature competition in 2010. Recent film credits include “Kevin” in Richard Linklater's Bernie.

Bruce DuBose (Sydney)

Bruce DuBose’s professional career encompasses film, television and theater as well as commercial and narrative voice over. He got his start in film working as a featured performer in Thompson’s Last Run with Robert Mitchum. He has also been in numerous independent films including Late Bloomers, The Playroom, Only in America and more recently Dusk, I Become Gilgamesh. He has appeared on national television in series such as Dangerous Curves and on multiple episodes of Walker Texas Ranger in featured roles.

Sonny King (Willet Nash)

Sonny King has been acting since age 6 in the CUB SCOUTS where he performed plays and skits that his mother Betty wrote and directed. Encouraged to act , sing and play guitar Sonny has continued to do all three until the present. Born in Washington D.C. his family moved to the mountain community of Cumberland Maryland when Sonny was 10 where he performed in high school plays and played in bands. After a time as a drama major at University of Maryland Sonny spent 4 years in the Navy and a tour of Viet Nam.

David Hickey (Sam)

David Hickey was raised in Fort Worth, Texas. He attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City then received a Master of Fine Arts from Texas Tech University in Lubbock Texas. Hickey lives in Austin, Texas and works as an actor. He is a member of the Directors Guild of America.

Verity Branco (Jeannie)

Verity is originally from Westport, Massachusetts. She received her BA in Theatre from California State University, Northridge and a Master in Fine Arts Degree in Acting and a Voice and Speech Coach Certification from The University of Texas in Austin. Regional Theatre Credits include "Mimi" in RENT, "Donna/Tribe" in Hair: the Rock Musical, "Callie" in Stop Kiss, "Masha" in The Three Sisters, and "Helen of Troy" in The Trojan Women. She won the Austin Critic's Table award for her role as "Mrs. Cheverly" in An Ideal Husband with the Austin Shakespeare Festival as well as "Snug" in A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Eric Perry (Phillip)

A midwest native, studied theatre at Illinois state University. Has worked for many years in the Austin independent movie world as a producer, editor and actor. Most recently worked as co-producer, lead editor and played the role of "Bear" in the Lionsgate Studios represented feature film "Sixgun".

Was an featured performer in the now-bustling Austin improv scene in seminal troupes Monks Night Out and Heroes Of Comedy.

Yesenia Garcia (Carmen)

Yesenia Garcia is an actress, advocate, entrepreneur and educator. She is a graduate of Southwestern University (B.A. Theatre & Communication) and The University of Texas at Austin (M.F.A. Acting). As a solo artist Ms. Garcia wrote, produced and designed a bilingual one-woman show entitled REMEMBERING CHEVO, performed at Dixon Place and Alvin Ailey in New York City. Internationally, Ms. Garcia has performed and taught master acting classes to high school and college-aged students through the Promising Performing Artists of the 21st Century Program in San Jose, Costa Rica.