Ian Nemser (Jimmy Lee Roy) is an actor and director, known for Poison, The Silence, and Bath Salts Parody. 
Lisa Raggio (Phyllis) is known for Monsters, Inc., The Fabulous Baker Boys, and An American Tail: Fievel Goes West.



Zac Titus (Brad) was raised in a hard working, self made, middle class Ohio family in the heart of farming country. He was a 3 sport athlete and loved choir, theater, and BMX racing. In college, he played football and was a part of the theater program. He has degrees in Psychology and Sociology. Since moving to LA in 2006, he has studied acting with Howard Fine, Jocelyn Jones and is currently at Berg Studios. He has written and produced several short films, commercials and a documentary film. Most recently, he wrapped a role on Criminal Minds and a lead role in feature film The Axiom releasing later this year. Currently, he is working with a development team, writing an “Untitled Motorcycle Film” to be shot summer 2018.


Becca Leigh Gellman (Sam) hails from the great Austin, TX.  She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from USC, with degrees in Theatre and Spanish.  Film and TV credits include a recurring role on The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Law & Order: LA, Hope Floats, and Pas de Restes (winner of Best Narrative Short at the Portland Film Festival).



Tommy O’ Rourke (Hunter) is a graduate of The Second City, Upright Citizens Brigade and The Groundlings Advanced Writer's Lab. A member of the National Lampoon's Lemmings revival, he has been working professionally for over a decade on films and commercials. O'Rourke recently completed the film Petnap, which he wrote and starred in. 


Michael Wayne Foster (Kevin) is an American actor and producer from Monroe, Michigan.  After graduating from Mount Union College, Michael became a high school English teacher for nine years in Monroe before moving to LA. He first appeared in Gi Joe: The Rise of Cobra as a Cobra neo-viper and followed that with Miracle at Gate 213 where he played opposite Academy Award winners Louis Gossett Jr. and Shirley Jones. Michael then landed guest-starring roles in 90210, Disney's Kickin' It and Gamer's Guide to Pretty Much Everything, MTV's Awkward, Nickelodeon's The Thundermans and Henry Danger, The Middle and Black-ish. He has appeared multiple times on SYFY's Face-Off and has been featured on ABC, ABC Family, STYLE, BRAVO, National Geographic and A&E. After securing the starring role in David V Goliath, IMDB named him #32 on their list of Hollywood's most physically imposing actors. He also has appeared on multiple national commercials for companies such as AT&T, Novartis and Coca-Cola and has represented multiple sports nutrition companies including Sylvester Stallone's Instone. Michael has appeared on over 700 international romance novel covers including works by many USA Today best-selling authors . 


Aqueela Zoll (Eve) was raised in Northern California. She's recently married and her and her husband both create in front of and behind the camera. She is known for her roles in Bad Timing, Rush: Inspired by Battlefield, and Wrong Turn 6. Zoll plays a dominant role in Stephen Merchant's new film produced by Dwayne Johnson, Fighting With My Family, set to release in 2018. She was also just nominated for a Best Actress award in a short film she co-produced and starred in, Kinesthesia



Andy Goldenberg (Andy) grew up in FL and got his BFA theatre diploma at University of Miami.His Goldentusk YouTube Channel has more than 56 million views, with Time Out New York film critic Keith Uhlich nicknaming him “The Theme Song Sondheim”. The Superman Theme Song may have been the very first YouTube video you ever watched. He acted opposite Adam Sandler and Al Pacino in the critically-acclaimed film, Jack and Jill, was a coverboy of the Nice Jewish Guys Calendar, published a children’s book called Peter, the Paranoid Pumpkin, 
and has starred in several TV shows, films, and national commercials. He can regularly be seen around LA performing comedy with his improv group, Freedom Snatch. He created Bad Timing and then also wrote, produced, acted, edited, and marketed the Streamy-nominated Series.
Jimmy Guidish (Willy) moved to LA from Naples, FL, and performed regularly at iO West, the Groundlings Theater, 
and Second City. Jimmy has been a cast member of iO West's SNL style sketch show Top Story Weekly for four 
years. He co-starred with Freedom Snatch in the web series The Loft and The Carolers. He also starred in 
Freestyle's A True Story and short film Beat Night. He's working as a voice over artist for Machinima.com video 
games and can be heard as Steven Seagal's voice double in the feature Asian Connection. The last two years, 
Jimmy was invited to perform his written two-person sketch show Vent and Rage for the President of the Illinois 
State Senate. Recently, Jimmy finished co-staring in two full length features,Project Bigfoot and Supper Larry, 
as well as a commercial for zTailors and the web series, Bad Timing. Currently Jimmy is working with Freedom 
Snatch on a YouTube project.
Leah Lamarr (Female Zombie) is a NY refugee living in LA. She's an actress, writer, stand-up, host, and most importantly, an Instagam celebrity (she's not). You can see her on Code Black (CBS), Jean-Claude Van Johnson (Amazon) and How to Get Away with Murder (ABC). She also has her own digital show, that she writes and stars in, on LATV called Losing It with Leah. She also hosts a segment on Get It, Girl called Leah Rants which can be seen on LATV's national TV network. Leah has worked a ton in the indie film circuit (just check her IMDB) in both short films and features. Lastly, she hosts her own acting competition show at NerdMelt, called Nominees, which has displayed the talents of Chris Redd (SNL), Nikki Glaser (Not Safe with Nikki Glaser) and Bryan Callen (The Goldbergs) and many more. Check Leah's website for show dates: www.LeahLamarr.com or her Instagram for insanity: @LeahLamarr. 
K. Harrison Sweeney (Dorph) is a character actor and dialects specialist and received his Bachelor of Fine Arts with an emphasis in voice and movement from the University of Wyoming's Department of Theatre and Dance. There's also a semester each of Jazz, Tap, and Modern dance in those feet. Sweeney has been acting, directing, and producing in LA since 2004; his performances in Game of the Year Red Dead Redemption, 15 North, and horror auteur Ti West's revenge western In a Valley of Violence continue to solidify his reputation as a clutch "chameleon" of countless looks and voices.



Alexis Codding (Dead Mona) pursues both a Marine Biology degree and a solid acting career, and hopes to one day combine both of these passions. For now, you can see her on various web series, producing short films, acting in longer films, a couple tv shows and of course hunched over a microscope.