Growing up in Idaho and Texas, Nick has had a love for all things film since his youth. He moved to Los Angeles right after High School to be an actor and has landed roles in television shows over the years including Dexter, House, CSI: New York and Cold Case as well as leading roles in Independent features. A few years ago, Nick began creating his own short films, using the experiences to hone his style and voice as a filmmaker. With Past God being his feature debut as a director, Nick's already in pre-production on the next film with plans to shoot Summer
A graduate of UCLA’s Theater program, Natalie has spent the past decade working steadily in television, theater and independent film. Recent credits include the lead females roles in the Detroit based drama, “Misled”, and the neo-noir “Player”. In addition to acting, Natalie has also been directing and producing- her directorial debut, the feature documentary “The Three Hikers” will be completed later this year, and another documentary project she Associate Produced, “State of Control”, is about to hit the international festival circuit.
Bobby spent his teenage years in Miami, Florida studying the classical guitar with Carlos Molina (the world renowned understudy of Andres Segovia) and singing in the speed metal band Dark Descent. After landing the starring role in the independent feature, Godmoney, he made the move to Los Angeles. A series of leading roles in independent films soon followed leading Bobby to write, produce and star in the feature comedy, Guy in Row Five, which has garnered numerous awards on the film festival circuit (including the Best Actor Award at the Westwood International Film Festival for Bobby’s performance as Thess, The Audience Award at the Cinequest International Film Festival, and Best-in-the-Fest at The SoCal International Film Festival). Combining his love for music and film, Bobby has come full circle and is set to star in the feature film, The Bridge, a project he has written and created an album’s worth of music for.
DE LA CRUZ
Marcos De La Cruz is an American actor. Born in Los Angeles from latin and spanish parents. He has worked in shows like
The Shield, CSI NY, The Mentalist and Sons Of Anarchy. He has also written and directed short films. One of them received an award for best short film at the Bel Air Film Festival.
Mahryah Shain was born and raised in Los Angeles and can frequently be see in film, television and theater.
Native Texan, Ronnie Gene Blevins has claimed Santa Monica his home for 13 years. He studied with Stephanie Fuery for many years. He's been the go-to villian for many network and cable shows. Ronnie recently just wrapped "Joe", helmed by his favorite director, David Gordon Green, playing opposite Nic Cage. Ronnie is currently prepping the action-thriller "Cops and Robbers" which will be produced by Fortress Features and will co-star Sam Rockwell.
Joe Holt recently completed work on three different pilots (LEGENDS with Sean Beane, QUICK DRAW with John Lehr, and THE TEMP with Austin Nichols, helmed by up-and-comer Thomas Ikimi) and has enjoyed Guest-Star spots on such shows as Scandal, Franklin and Bash, Supernatural, Brothers and Sisters, Grey’s Anatomy, Prison Break, Monk, and Close to Home, as well as a lead role in Lake Placid II as a Sudanese croc-killer (naturally…), and an attorney opposite Idris Elba in LEGACY. You might have seen him recently getting a Gatorade bath in a LOWE’S commercial, or getting caught watching football on a date for AT&T. He is currently producing a short he has written and is also starring in.
Originally from Roseville, MN, Brenda Schmid traded the North Star state for one of sunshine, in her pursuit as a professional actress. While honing her craft, she soon landed numerous national commercials and quickly transitioned to television, with roles on CBS' "Two Broke Girls" and recently Guest Starring on TBS' "Wedding Band". Soon, she will be seen in the upcoming feature film, "A Many Splintered Thing", starring Chris Evans and Michelle Mognahan. In September, Brenda will be shooting the lead role in the independent film, "Still Here".