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as Brad Lunders

BORN AND RAISED IN NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, PJ always had a strong passion for film. He grew up primarily playing music in the New Orleans Punk/Alternative scene. In August of 2005, Hurricane Katrina hit the city of New Orleans, forcing PJ and his family to evacuate to Los Angeles where he attended High School. After a series of moves between New Orleans and Los Angeles, PJ returned to LA with hopes of attending Law School. In search of a new creative outlet, he began to study acting and performed in a number of community plays. In 2011, he procured theatrical representation and began studying with acclaimed acting coach Michael Woolson, before booking the lead role of ‘Brad Lunders’ and making his debut in the upcoming feature film, COLDWATER. He currently resides in Los Angeles.


as Colonel Frank Reichert

The release of Activision/Treyarch’s hotly anticipated video game CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS 2 will re-introduce millions of fans to the actor JAMES C. BURNS, who stars in the demanding lead role of ‘Sgt. Woods’. His intense, memorable performance as ‘Sgt. Woods,’ garnered Burns Spike TV’s 2010 Video Game Award for “Best Character of The Year.” Since 2005, Burns has appeared in over 100 feature films, TV shows and commercials. His film appearances range from blockbusters like Michael Bay’s TRANSFORMERS to working with legendary film director WERNER HERZOG on MY SON, MY SON, WHAT HAVE YE DONE opposite Michael Shannon, Willem Dafoe and Chloe Sevigny. Burns shared a Best Ensemble Cast Award at Method Fest in 2010 for his work in the action-drama MOB RULES. His indie festival appearances include LATE AUTUMN (Toronto), MISS WONTON (Sundance), DIAMOND MEN (Hamptons) and EXPIRED (Sundance & Cannes). This summer Burns stars in the highly anticipated zombie apocalypse thriller DEAD SEASON, shot on location on the island of Vieques in Puerto Rico and is due in theaters late summer, 2012. Recently Burns wrapped work on DARK POWER, a political thriller opposite Sean Patrick Flannery; and BLACKJACKS, an action-adventure film in post-production and scheduled for release in 2013. As a television presence, Burns stars as Coach Ray Keegan in several upcoming episodes of ABC-TV’s MAKE IT or BREAK IT, a drama series set within the world of competitive gymnastics. Additionally, Burns has made recent TV guest appearances on Jerry Bruckheimer’s COLD CASE on CBS, and on THE FORGOTTEN airing on ABC. His past TV credits include CRIMINAL MINDS, BURN NOTICE, COLD CASE, MY OWN WORST ENEMY, CSI:NY, THE FORGOTTEN, LAS VEGAS, MONK, PROM QUEEN, and as ‘Vaughan’ a recurring role on GENERAL HOSPITAL since 2007.


as Gabriel Nunez

ORIGINALLY BORN IN BITOLA, MACEDONIA, but raised in Auckland, New Zealand, Chris found himself being drawn into the world of acting at a very early age. It wasn’t until he booked a role as one of the T-Birds in the musical ‘Grease’ for the ‘National Youth Theatre Group’ that he decided to pursue a career in acting. He went on and auditioned for a high school production of Hamlet, where he was cast as Laertes. After graduating from high school he auditioned and was accepted into ‘Untec’, a University in New Zealand with a very prestigious acting department. Before he could begin the course he was spotted by Emmy and Academy Award Winner, Milton Justice and was offered a full scholarship to study at the Stella Adler Acting Academy in Los Angeles. He completed the two year program in May of 2012 and continued to study privately with Milton. Since graduating, he has starred in four feature films and three short films: all having been accepted into numerous film festivals. Chris’s filmography includes: Found footage horror film ‘Loss of Life’; Drama/Thriller feature film ‘Tourbillon’; family comedy ‘An Easter Bunny Puppy’; and the gritty drama by ‘Bellflower’ producer Vincent Grashaw: ‘Coldwater’. Upcoming projects include: Thriller/Horror feature film ‘All Cheerleaders Die’ written and directed by Lucky McKee, Chris Sivertson.


as Jonas Williams

AS A NATIVE OF BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, Octavius discovered his passion for acting when he was cast as a featured extra on the HBO television series ‘The Wire.’ This life changing experience, which ignited an interest in him to become an entertainer, was nurtured through extensive training and various acting and musical performance opportunities. He is revered in the industry as not only a pleasant teen to work with, but as one who is extremely talented, hardworking, and committed to his craft. Over the years, Octavius has diligently honed his skills and has been selected for supporting and lead roles in a number of commercials, features and short films. These productions include, commercials: EA Sports: Under Armor, Neutrogena, AOL/PBS ‘Makers’, films: Drainpipe Dreams, Make it Happen, Tooth and Nail, The Bicycle, C-47(Pilot), and Diary of an Ex-Child Star. One of Octavius’ most notable project to date is the feature film ‘59 Seconds’ where he starred alongside Donzaleigh Abernathy, Julito McCullum, and Emmy Award winner Vince Pruitt Taylor. As Octavius ventures out into the music arena under the moniker ‘O’Lord,’ he has completed his music video for the original song ‘Righteous Love – Oh Girl.’ This song and video has been described as the perfect blend of old school and new school R&B, and is enjoyed by music lovers of all ages. With a recent relocation to Los Angeles and several film projects and multiple other original music videos under his belt, we are excited about the endless possibilities of Octavius J. Johnson’s budding acting and music career.


as Josh Warrick

At 19, Nicholas left school and moved to New York City with the hopes of finding the right people and places to make his first feature film ‘The Circus Animals.’ After scrounging barely enough money, and three years of production, Nicholas finished his feature in early 2012. The critically acclaimed film was released this summer by The Film Collaborative, premiering online at NoBudgeFilms.com and theatrically at the ReRun Theater in New York. As the co-founder of the filmmaking collective Painted Stage Pictures, his commercial work includes such clients as Goodwood NY, Tommy Hilfiger, Stillpointe Theatre Initiative, Ricky Powell, Street Fuel, 191 Unlimited, Friend Roulette, and Thinking Giant Design. As a writer, Nicholas’ work has been published and performed in Baltimore, Chicago, and New York. He is a 2012 finalist for the prestigious Nantucket Screenwriter’s Colony, and has advanced to the second round for the 2013 Sundance Screenwriters Lab. As an actor, he has performed Off Broadway for Pulitzer Prize Winner Suzan-Lori Parks in The Public Theater/NYU’s ‘Living the Loving Playwright’ Symposium. He has been featured in workshop productions at Philip Seymour Hoffman’s LAByrinth Theater Company under the direction of David Deblinger and Shira-Lee Shalit. Finally, while in college, Nicholas was awarded the National and International Championship for Dramatic Interpretation. ‘The Whithering Winters’, Nicholas’ second feature film as writer/director, goes into production Spring, 2013.


as Erin Rose

BORN AND RAISED IN WESTCHESTER, NY., Stephanie went to Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA and got her bachelor’s degree in Theatre with a concentration in Acting. Post graduation she moved to Los Angeles and immediately began acting in sketch comedy shows and short films. Having too much time and too many opinions for an Angelino, Stephanie quickly discovered a passion and knack for stand up comedy. She now performs nightly in the Los Angeles area and has toured nationally with headliner Owen Benjamin. Last year she made her feature film debut in Brian Brightly’s, LIARS ALL. When she’s not acting or telling jokes she enjoys tweeting while meditating.

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