Kimmy Weinberger is originally from Northern California and has lived in San Diego since 2012. She graduated from SDSU in 2016 with a Theatre Arts (Performance) degree. She has been involved with community theatre since the age of 6, and lately has been working in the world of film acting. She also studies and teaches at the Los Angeles Acting Studio SD. In her free time, she likes to spend ungodly amounts of money seeing as many movies as possible and buying a ridiculous amount of plays to add to her bookshelf.
Aleksander D'Avignon is a film and theater actor from San Diego, CA. He plays drums for a metal band called Doc Hammer and is a certified practitioner of Krav Maga at The Art Of Survival school of self defense. He lives in a shoebox with his dog Uzi and listens to a lot of Jazz.
Originally from Detroit, MI, Connie Marie Chiarelli grew up in Southwestern Pennsylvania and became an active part of the film community in the early 2000's. Her early films included doing stand in and background work for Smart People, Killpoint, Adventureland, The Next Three Days, Love and Other Drugs, One For the Money and others.
Chris Tenney hails from Colfax, CA and is addicted to acting. He can be found from time to time in San Diego theatre productions, honing his craft at local studio Acting SD, and starring in the occasional short film. He lives on a boat.
Brazilian Actress and Ballerina Ana da Costa was born in Rio de Janeiro of Portuguese family ancestry. At an early age she fell in love with ballet after watching Mikhail Baryshnikov interpreting a dramatic role and started her dance training. Character work, true emotion and connection with the public have always been a trademark of Ana's dance, which led her into a career in film acting.
Chris originally hails from the True North of Canada but has lived in the beauty & comfort of San Diego for almost 4 years. He has always loved performing and got to realize that when the film industry began booming in his hometown during high school, where he got to work on major motion pictures as a stand-in, background actor, & production assistant. Since then, he has appeared in multiple short films, webseries, theatre productions, and commercials.
John D. Culver re-discovered his passion for acting in 2000; and has performed in 1 or 2 stage productions since then. His favorite play is A Christmas Carol where he has played “Scrooge” for 9 seasons in Julian CA; and, has committed a to10th season in 2018. In 2014 he began studying with Terry Ross’ Acting Professionally work shop to hone his skills for film & television. Since then he has been in two feature films, several short films and commercials.
Noëlle was raised between Switzerland and California, but is currently based in New York City. She is an actor studying at NYU, where she pursues a self-designed concentration, centered in the Tisch School of Arts. You can find her in Brooklyn taking film photos, scribbling in her journal, and making stuff every chance she gets.
From the hills of Tennessee to the California sun, Alex Briley made the ill-advised trek westward in the hope of pursuing a career in the movie business. Much of his time as a tyke was spent watching films and reading about those who made them. Apart from acting, he is keen to write and direct movies as well. A few of his favorite things include classic rock, peanut butter, and watching reruns of Seinfeld.
Brooke McCormick is from San Antonio, Texas where she grew up performing in theater. She graduated with a BA in film from SMU completing her studies in Paris, France and interning as script supervisor on a feature film. She caught the film acting bug and moved to LA in the year 2000 to attend The American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She has worked steadily in theater, film, commercials and TV the past 15 years. She teaches and studies at The LA Acting Studio SD and loves the local film making scene! She is currently working on writing and producing her own work!