Andy graduated from the University of Miami with a BFA in Theater. In addition to his commercial and television guest star appearances, Andy recently opened the newly constructed Wallis Annenberg Beverly Hills Theatre with a role in Parfumerie. He regularly performs with the record-breaking improv team, Freedom Snatch. In Jack and Jill (2011), he was Adam Sandler’s Acting Double and Scene Partner: when Adam played Jack, Andy played Jill. Andy’s YouTube channel Goldentusk has more than 50,000 subscribers and 49 million views. In 2006, the channel released its first video, the “Superman Theme Song,” with lyrics set to John William’s 1978 theme. Two years later, Goldentusk’s “Indiana Jones and the Song of the Theme” reached 1 million views within days of its release.  Andy  writes the lyrics and performs all of the parts in the videos, in addition to editing the finished project. Time Out New York film critic Keith Uhlich once called Goldenberg “The Theme Song Sondheim.”

ANDY GOLDENBERG

 

Aqueela Zoll was born and raised in Redding, California where she danced, played basketball, volleyball, and hockey. She first appeared on TV in commercials for her father’s carpet cleaning business at the age of four. Aqueela grew up dancing at her grandmother’s dance school and competed state wide when she was in 6th-8th grade. When she was fifteen Aqueela was scouted by modeling and acting agencies in LA, but her parents felt she was too young to make the move on her own. She made the move to Southern California in 2010 to pursue a career in medicine. Although very successful in her studies and work
in the hospital, Aqueela realized it was not what she was meant to do, so she made the bold decision to withdraw herself from the program and redefine her career. Her work displays her love for her craft and its business, as well as her range from comedic to dramatic characters in numerous films, TV shows, commercials and campaigns.

AQUEELA ZOLL

Michael Foster was a high school English teacher in Michigan for nine years before moving to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting. He has used his size and charisma to build a career which highlights include: G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra as a Neo-Viper, Disney’s Kickin’ It as movie star Sylvester
Stallion, CW’s 90210 and numerous short film, T.V. and commercial roles. He has hosted fitness shows, workout videos and has been a sponsored athlete for various sports nutrition companies including Sylvester Stallone’s INSTONE. Along with his work in film, he is currently a partner in the popular health and nutrition store N101 in West Hollywood.

MICHAEL FOSTER