Angela Lin was named one of Backstage’s most memorable New York stage performances of 2011 for her performance in Broadway’s Chinglish. Other Broadway shows include Coram Boy (Drama League Award for Best Ensemble) and Top Girls (with Marissa Tomei and Martha Plimpton). Angela can also be seen in two feature films due out in 2013: After the Fall (starring David Duchovny and Hope Davis) and H.O.M.E: The Passenger, where she will star opposite 2-time Mexican Academy Award winner, Jesus Ochoa. She will also be found on the internet in the new web series Wallflowers (wallflowers.tv), going live January 2013. Other Film/Television credits include Blue Bloods (CBS), Person of Interest (CBS), Law & Order: SVU (NBC), The Big C (Showtime), The Good Wife (CBS), One Life to Live (ABC), The Jury (FOX) and As the World Turns (CBS), Falling Awake, and Miracle Dogs. Off Broadway, she has appeared in Jordan Harrison’s Futura (Obie Award-winning NAATCO), Ching Chong Chinaman (Pan Asian Rep), Takarazuka (Clubbed Thumb), and Crane Story (Playwrights Realm). Regionally, she’s appeared in the world premiere of Chinglish (Goodman Theater), in the East Coast premiere of Donald Margulies’ Shipwrecked (Long Wharf Theatre), the world premiere of American Hwangap (Magic Theatre), and other productions with the McCarter, Cincinnati Playhouse, and the Repertory Theater of St. Louis. Ms. Lin is a proud member of Mosaic LA, and a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University. www.angelalin.com
Erik McKay (Reece) has trained at HB Studios, Bill Duke, Susan Batson Studio, Marishka Phillips and Roz Coleman. His mannerism in front of the camera and on stage has been compared to some of the greats like Denzel Washington and Samuel L. Jackson (Idol) whom he was requested to work with in an ESPN commercial. Had a recurring role on ABC's "All My Children". In 2006, he starred in "The Situation" which won the HBO Award for Best Feature Film and Audience Choice Award at the Martha’s Vineyard African-American Film Festival. Appeared in industrials, regional and national commercials such as Verizon, Walmart, NY Times, ComCast and MSG Varsity just to name a few. Currently Erik has a short film on Vimeo.com called "Missing Picture" directed by Duwon Anthony. Award winning short which is currently hitting the film festival circuit "Thicker Than Water" directed by Anissa Folley. Erik has a commanding and extraordinary presence with a talent that exvels. Presently, Erik has penned his own one-man show and a feature length film of the same title "stoRAGE". www.erikmckay.com
Raushanah Simmons (Tricia): Recent film and television credits include, Do No Harm (NBC), The Challenger, Polictal Animals (USA). Theater credits include In the Red and Brown Water (Studio Theater, DC), Mother Courage (NYSF), ScreenPlay (Flea Theater), AJAX in Iraq (FLUX Theatre Ensemble), The Lesser Seductions of History (FLUX Theatre Ensemble), The Tempest (Public Theatre Shakespeare Lab). Raushanah can also be seen in numerous national commercials . www.raushanah.com
Jordan Turchin (Evens) has performed Off-Broadway in Caligula (Lepidus) and is featured in the upcoming alien abduction horror film Project Blue Book (Officer Matthews), which will be in movie theaters Spring 2013. He has just wrapped filming, Straight on Till Morning (Shane), an indie ensemble feature film, and has a new web series, CC'd, airing on the web. Education: New York University and T. Schreiber Studio. www.jordanturchin.com
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Richard Chew (Father) first television appearance was a guest starring role on Vegetable Soup: Outerscope 2. Decades later, he returned to his passion and landed roles on Daytime Soaps, Strangers With Candy, Law & Order:SVU, Pan Am and Royal Pains. His recent projects includes: The Father's Love, Girlrillaz and 2nd season of the hit webseries In Between Men. Richard is currently working on a screenplay about wine inspired by his former workplace at Windows On The World up on the 107th floor of the World Trade Center tower #1.
Abigail Sanchez (Diana) graduated with an AA in Theater Performing Arts and an AA in
Journalism Communications from Housatonic Community College in Connecticut. She
continued her training in NYC at HB Studios, the School for Film and Television, and
T.V.I. Studios. Abigail has worked on several short films as “The Bronx State” directed
by Kerry McCrohan, “It takes 2 to Haiku” directed by Nima Nabavi-nejad, and “Justice
in Dminor” directed by Lukas Schepp. Abigail has appeared in commercials, industrials,
and Print. Some of her credits include Geisinger health, Foxwoods Casino, BestFriends
Petcare, Yale University, and Union Savings Bank.
Jabari Gray (Sam) is an accomplished actor, host, model, attorney, musician, and martial artist with years of experience in the business. His uncanny work ethic and passion for all things creative cannot be denied. Jabari’s work is seen and heard worldwide as a dramatic actor (Ugly Betty, Gossip Girl, Fringe, Law & Order, Kings, 30 Rock, Law & Order: SVU, All My Children, The Guiding Light, Confessions of a Shopaholic), a commercial actor (scores of regional & national spots), a voiceover artist (Remy Martin Cognac, Popeye's Chicken, Grand Theft Auto 4, St. George’s University, Virgin Atlantic Airlines), a host (NYC TV's City Scoop) and print model.