Nick Nordella was born and raised in the greater Los Angeles area, acting on local stage, film and television productions since he was 10 years old. Nick has appeared in numerous national commercials, short films and feature length movies, as well as featured roles on more than a dozen television shows, including 90210, Bones, Glee and The Mentalist. He has been fortunate to work with several award-winning directors, including Todd Louiso, Noah Baumbach, Marcus Nispel, and more recently, with Jason Moore on the short film Animals. View more of Nick's work on IMDB.
Bryant Carroll is a stage, television and film actor. His most recent stage role was R.P. McMurphy in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest in Cleveland Ohio. He has been in two Broadway show's(Footloose, original cast member and the 2001 revival of Hair at City Center). He has been seen on TV in Happyish on Showtime, Daredevil on Netflix, and HBO's Boardwalk Empire. He is a founding member of Triumvirate Productions that has its short film(God's Country) currently winning in film festivals across the country. His most recent film work was with Dan Fogelman of the hit TV show (This is Us). His film (Life, Itself) is do out in 2018 for a national release. In 2018 he will have 3 short film's that he starred in making the film festival circuit (God's Country,Animals, Strange Paradise). You can find him on IMDB , Instagram, and Facebook.
Graceann Dorse is an actor, writer, and producer based in Brooklyn, NY. A graduate of NYU with a B.S. in Dance Education, Graceann started her performance career in NYC as a dancer and choreographer, but transitioned into improv comedy and dramatic acting when she realized that talking on stage was fun. Her training includes UCB, the PIT, and Deena Levy Theater Studio. She performs improv all over town, mostly with her two-prov team Double D, and has been in many plays, independent films, and web series. Learn more about Graceann at graceanndorse.com.
J. Stephen brantley
J.STEPHEN BRANTLEY Film: “Beach Rats”, “Eleanor”. TV: “The Blacklist” (NBC), “Neon Joe, Werewolf Hunter” (Adult Swim), “Difficult People” (Hulu). Off-Broadway: Mope (Ensemble Studio Theatre), Murder In The First (59E59), Pirira (Theatre 167). Regional: The Night Alive (Guild Hall), Of Mice And Men (Bay Street), and Romeo And Juliet with its zombie sequel R & J & Z at Stonington Opera House. Brantley has also worked with Big Dance Theatre, Blessed Unrest, CapsLock, and Jewish Plays Project, and at venues including Queens Theatre, LaMaMa, Metropolitan Playhouse, The New Ohio, P.S.122, and Soho Rep. He is an eight-time New York Innovative Theatre Award nominee, and winner of the Micheál MacLiammóir Award for Best Actor at the 2013 Dublin International Gay Theatre Festival. J.Stephen is the Producing Artistic Director of Hard Sparks and a member of the Indie Theatre Hall Of Fame. Learn more about J. Stephen at IMDB.