Raised in Olympia, Washington, Joy Osmanski graduated from the prestigious University of California, San Diego MFA Acting Program. Stage credits include The Three Sisters, Romeo and Juliet, Major Barbara, and many others. Since moving to LA, Joy has worked consistently in television and film, appearing as a series regular or guest star in shows such as The Loop, Grey's Anatomy, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, True Jackson, VP, and the FOX animated series Allen Gregory.
Earphones award winner Julia Whelan is a former child actor who has appeared in multiple television shows, most notably ABC's "Once and Again." After receiving her college degree, she returned to the film industry, and is also a writer. Her audiobook credits include romance, supernatural thrillers, young adult and adult fiction.
Rebecca Lowman is a film, television and stage actor, as well as an audio performer.
Television credits include Private Practice, Burn Notice, NCIS, Will & Grace, and Big Love.
She was the winner of the Boston Film Festival's Best Actress award for her work in the independent feature Eve of Understanding
Jenny is a native Californian who attended the School of Theatre, Film, and Television at UCLA. She has been active in commercials and theatre, and wrote and produced her own short film. In addition to acting, Jenny sings and teaches music classes for young children.
Comedienne, Lily Rains’ formal training began at a very young age at Crossroads High School in Los Angeles, later earning a BA in Theatre from Loyola Marymount University. Performing on stage in both Chicago and Los Angeles with an emphasis on improvisation and sketch, Lily has studied with the prestigious Groundlings and Hothouse Theatres. Film: “Farewell to the Sparrow”(voted Best Actress at the S.C.A.A.D. film festival), “Ghost Image” and “My Date With Drew.” TV: recurring roles on “The Forgotten” and “The OC”; guest appearances on “N.C.I.S.”, “The West Wing”, “Medium” and “Life”; and many national commercials.
Born and raised in Talladega, Alabama, Kate began performing as a singer and dancer in Equity musicals at age 12. She won a full scholarship to Vassar College, where she received a double major in Drama and French Literature, graduating Phi Beta Kappa. After living briefly in Paris, then in New York, she arrived in LA ten years ago, to act in films, and to write them. Television credits include: Lie To Me, Monk, The Unit, General Hosptial (recurring), Days of Our Lives, CSI, among several others.
Rubber-voiced Robin Gwynne’s more recent credits include: “Grey’s Anatomy”, “Samantha Who?”, “Pushing Daisies” and “General Hospital”, along with commercials for radio and television and multiple roles in the new audio drama “Hothouse Bruiser”. A graduate of the improv training at Second City Conservatory, L.A., Robin regularly performs with the improv troupe MonkeyShines. With her distinctive voice, smart aleck wit and razor sharp timing, Robin is best known as a comedic character actress, but she is also a skilled and thoughtful dramatic actress and received a 168 Film Festival nomination for Best Actress for her work in the independent dramatic short “Mirage”.
Hollywood native, Annie Wood is most recognized as the host of the nationally syndicated dating game show, BZZZ!, which she also co-produced. She had a recurring role in the TV show, Becker, was a guest on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher, appeared in the films, Good Luck Chuck and My Sister’s Keeper.
While she currently lives in Los Angeles, Krista was a Chicagoan for the majority of her life. She has a degree in theatre from Illinois State University and works professionally as a voice over artist and stage actor
Caroline was born and raised in Houston, Texas. She studied acting at New York
University’s Tisch School of the Arts, and the Atlantic Theater Company Acting School. Recent credits include Chicxulub, an award-winning short film directed by Malona P. Voigt; the world premiere new musical: GROUP produced by the Los Angeles Theatre Ensemble; and the webseries The Majestic Theatre Co.
Merritt is a Virginia native and has a BFA from Carnegie Mellon University. Since graduating, she has done some regional theatre, a little work in feature films, quite a few national commercials and a lot of guest star work on television. Some of her TV credits include Cold Case, Judging Amy, Felicity, Nash Bridges and Seventh Heaven. Merritt also was the lead singer of the critically acclaimed rock band, Stealing Venus, for 6 years in Los Angeles.
Connor Kelly-Eiding is an LA native and a graduate of the University of Southern California's BFA Acting Program. She has been seen onstage all across Los Angeles, with such troupes as the Mechanicals Theatre Group, Four Clowns, and Antaeus Classical Theatre Company. She has also provided voice over narration for numerous online book promos for Strategic Book Planning, an educational computer game for Knowledge Adventure Inc., as well as several non-broadcast industrial voice overs.
A voice-over artist, actress and musician who can be heard starring in the hit series "Poppy Cat" on PBS/Sprout as the cute-to-the-max bunny Alma. Her vocal dexterity can also be heard as Miss Sunshine, Miss Whoops, and Miss Naughty in Cartoon Network’s Emmy-nominated animated program, “The Mr. Men Show” and as the singing voice of the Little Miss Sunshine Toy currently available nationwide in Target stores.
Between Wisconsin and New Mexico, award winning actress Adrienne Rusk was raised in an artistic family and grew up with a deep passion for travel. As a model, she began her entertainment career at the early age of twelve, transitioning quickly thereafter into acting. Since then, she has been cast as the lead in numerous commercials, print campaigns, music videos, network television shows and feature films.
Lynn Olivo graduated from the Meisner program at the William Esper Studios in New York City. A former professional dancer (she toured with 90's pop group, C & C Music Factory, and others), Lynn has worked consistently in the theater in New York and Los Angeles for the past decade. She has re-curred on television in "Law and Order: Criminal Intent" and "Three Rivers" and has appeared in the films, "Loaded", "Annie in the Aisle of Irma", and "Godspeed" (which won the award for Best Artistic Achievement at the Cinevegas Film Festival).
Karissa Vacker was a military kid and moved frequently before her family settled in Texas. She received her BFA in theatre from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX and graduated summa cum laude before performing lead roles in regional theatres across the country, notably, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Geva Theatre Center (NY) and PCPA Theatrefest (CA). She now resides in Los Angeles and is working in film and television on shows such as How I Met Your Mother, Castle, Chuck, 90210, Days of Our Lives and the film Someone Marry Barry.
Mandy Amano (Crank 2, My Girlfriend’s Back, Few Options) is an actress from Dallas, TX who’s been described by Marvel Comics headliner Brian Michael Bendis as "Audrey Hepburn, who could kick your ass”. She currently resides in Los Angeles, CA and became "the face that launched 1,000 websites" after her Pepsi commercial premiered during the Super Bowl. Continuing to work predominantly in film, she recently wrapped two of her personal favorite projects...Blood Soldiers, in which she plays the lethal Vampire “Thalia” and The Sun Devil and the Princess, as the ethereal “Princess Kyoko”.
Born in the San Francisco Bay Area, Kristina moved to Southern California to attend UC Irvine where she got her BA In Theatre with Special Honors in acting. Her work includes some of Shakespeare's most powerful characters Hamlet, Lady Macbeth, Juliet, Lady Constance and performances in over fourty plays. Kristina currently lives the Los Angeles area with her wonderful dog Victor.
Maya Tremblay is a talented young actress with a facility for accents and characters stemming from growing up amidst a melting pot of cultures and in a mixed cultural home. She sang professionally at regional theme parks in pop/rock styles and operatic equity theater which stretched her vocal range and endurance, while Second City Improv training honed her comedic timing. Most recently, Maya performed as the voice of Mildew in the feature film "Land of Oz", voiced a National Taco Bell commercial, performed the voice-over for the trailer of a new show by Shine America, and licensed an original song for use in a feature film (for release in 2014).
a professional voiceover artist and actress of stage and screen. A classically trained performer, Alison graduated from Point Park University where she began her extensive study of dialects and earned a B.A. in Musical Theatre. When not on camera, Alison is also an accomplished voice and speech coach, improviser, screenwriter, and independent film producer based out of Los Angeles.
Tara Sands can be heard on numerous television and radio commercials, audiobooks, video games and cartoons. She spent 2 years as the on camera host of "Fridays" on Cartoon Network, and worked as a stage actress in New York before moving to Los Angeles.
Ashley is a Bay Area native with an MFA in Acting from The Old Globe/University of San Diego Professional Actor Training Program. She has numerous regional theatre credits, but is perhaps best known for starring in "The Lizzie Bennet Diaries", the Emmy, Streamy, and IAWTV Award winning digital series. She currently resides in Los Angeles.
Justine Huxley is an actress, singer, and voice over artist born and raised in Los Angeles. After graduating from the Acting Conservatory at SUNY Purchase in New York, she performed in numerous off-Broadway and regional theatre productions, and has been seen and heard in numerous commercials and animated projects. She recently lent her voice to play the title role of Anne Frank in the 60th anniversary of the original radio play by Meyer Levin.
Christine Gatlin is a San Diego theatre/film actor and voice over artist. She is also a trained singer with almost three decades of voice training. Christine is currently attending Pace University in pursuit of a degree in Communications.
Charlotte Graham is a Los Angeles-based actor with experience in film, television, and theatre. Charlotte received her BA in Theatre Arts from Brown University, where she was the recipient of the Thomas Carpenter Prize for Elocution, and her Masters from the Brown/Trinity MFA Program in Acting. When she is not acting, Charlotte enjoys coaching dialects, working with children, reading and traveling.
Christine is a native stage actor with a lifetime of voice training for singing; and Shakespeare's description suits her: "though she be but little she is fierce." She's been seen with San Jose Repretory, Santa Cruz Shakespeare, The Porter's of Hellsgate, Sacred Fools, and on Bravo's Million Dollar Listing. She is also a professional faerie whose secret identity, Miss Sage, brings joy to children and guffaws to adults all across California.
Tessa Auberjonois has appeared Off-Broadway on stages such as the Lucille Lortel, the Acorn, the Player's Theatre, and the Rattlestick (among others), and she has performed at many of the nation's foremost regional theaters. These include numerous premier productions at the South Coast Repertory Theatre, many leading roles at the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington D.C., the Yale Repertory Theatre, the Westport Playhouse, the Utah Shakesperean Festival, and others. As a voice-over performer she is heard regularly on television as the voice of FEMA, Glade scented oil products, The Crave for White Castle, the Goodlife Recipes, as well as numerous radio spots and video games.