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Cassandra Freeman | Billie
Cassandra Freeman is from West Palm Beach, FLa., received her first break playing Denzel Washington's girlfriend in Spike Lee's crime thriller Inside Man. For her second big film role, she appeared with Chris Rock in the dramedy I Think I love My Wife. Most recently, she appeared in the indie film Blue Caprice and the TV Series Single Ladies.
CHARLES MILLER | Kofi
Charles Miller began his acting career in college performing the lead role of Les in Take a Giant Step. While attending Texas Southern University he continued performing in such productions as Day of Absence, Emperor Jones, The Visitor, and Electra. With a concentration in Black Drama, under the tutelage of Diane Jameson Pollard, Charles received his Bachelor of Arts in Theatre. Charles made his New York City Theatrical debut with the role of Vernon in The Highland Ave. Trilogy,and went on to appear in a rendition of the musical Ragtime. Film credits include: Losing Grandma, A Turn for the Worse and The Lotus.
Marisol Miranda | Sophia
Marisol Miranda is an actor/producer and founding member of the New York Independent Film Collective. Stage credits include: Andy, Fool for Love, The Love Course, Precipice and Snakebit. Film credits include: Jr. and the Saint, Lena &Julie, Family Traditions and Sure Thing -- a film adaptation of the David Ives stage play. Producing credits include: Scenes of Love and Hate and A Collection of Scenes, Theatre Row.
She studied acting at the WilliamEsper Studio in NYC where she trained under the direction of Bill Esper and David Newer. Marisol earned her BA in Communications from New York University and is a classically trained pianist and ballet dancer.
Louisa Ward | Alex
Born and raised in Hong Kong, Lulu is a graduate of the New York Film Academy. She has worked predominantly in film and theater in New York City. Recent work includes: Job (The Flea Theatre), Goold and Power's adaptation of Six Characters in Search of an Author (Hong Kong Fringe Theatre), The Hans Project (New York West End Theatre), Coriolanus and Merry Wives of Windsor (The Drilling Company Theatre), The Honest Whore (The Flea Theatre).
Film credits include: Supercapitalist (408 films), Halo-Hell Jumper (Dan Wang films), The Puritans (dir. Sean Robinson), The Austin Pendleton Project (4Hawk Productions). Lulu will also be seen in Romeo and Julietat the Flea Theatre.
D. Rubin Green | Nelson
D. Rubin Green is a New York-based actor/writer/filmmaker. He's a fellow of the Sundance Screenwriters' Institute for his screenplay, St. Felicia of Jersey City.
Film credits: Somewhere in the Middle, August the First,Forever Lulu, Jacob’s Ladder, Ambition's Debt (in production), Stop the Bleeding (webisode). Theater credits: Classical Theater of Harlem, NY Theater Workshop, Soho Rep, P.S. 122, The Working Theater Company, Crossroads Theater Company, and Yale Repertory Theater, among others.
Graduated Yale School of Drama (MFA) and Writers Bootcamp, Inc. He's currently a professor of screenwriting, film analysis and acting for film at New York Film Academy.
Aristotle Stamat | Elliot
A native of Montclair, NJ -- Aristotle's numerous theater credits include: Don't Tell Mother and Julius Ceasar at Theater For the New City, Ah Wilderness for the Heights Players, and Alles Mus Raus for Manhattan Theater Source. He has also performed in Boy Gets Girl, Romeo and Juliet, and the Late Henry Moss. Film credits include: Stealing God's Money for RCG Films, The Deteriorationsists, and starring in a WWE commercial. He has trained under Terry Knickerbocker and Maggie Flanagan at the William Esper Studio.
Aristotle holds a BA in telecommunications from Indiana University. He currently resides in Brooklyn, NY.