Emily Althaus, Violet
Emily is best known for Sharing (2013), "Orange Is the New Black" (2013) and "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (1999).
Nick Coleman, Todd
Nick is a partner in Howell County Films, a founding member of the Missouri Film Alliance of Springfield, and a semi-finalist screenwriter for Project Greenlight. Among his screen credits are Val Durant (The Paragon Cortex—Best Actor, Wild Rose Film Festival), Patrick Whistler (Larva—Sci-Fi Channel), Barry (Maid of Honor—Best Short, LI Film Fest), Blue Bloods, Royal Pains, HBO's Crime, Hostages, and Shotime's Billions. Nick has also appeared on 30 Rock, One Life to Live, As the World Turns, Guiding Light and many plays on the NY stage. More Info: http://About.me/NickColeman
Kim Director, Pat
Kim Director is an American actress, best know for her film and television work. Kim has acted in 5 films for director Spike Lee, most notably playing the bank robber Stevie in INSIDE MAN. Other films include BLAIR WITCH 2/ BOOK OF SHADOWS and the upcoming indie films DELINQUENT and DETOURS. Some of her television appearances include Orange Is The New Black, Gotham, The Good Wife, Unforgettable, Cavemen, CSI Miami, Law & Order CI. Kim was recently cast in the new David Simon pilot, The Deuce, for HBO. An Acting/Music Theater graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, Kim has worked at The Public Theater with LAByrinth Theater Company, The Kennedy Center and Rattlestick Playwrights Theater.
Yoriko Haraguchi, Akiko
Born in Japan, Yoriko came to the states when she was 4 years old. She attended the prestigious La Guardia High School of Performing Arts and continued her training in NYC. Her focus and persistence has resulted in landing roles such as May Kasahara in The Wind-Up Bird Chronicles at the Ohio Theater, as well as appearing on TV shows such as How to Make it in America, Blue Bloods, Younger, Odd Mom Out, etc. Now, she is challenging herself in the behind the scenes creative process. As Co-Founder of Yoja: a Rabbit + Wolf Productions, she produced her first feature film as well as acting in A Loss of Shadows. 600 hours will be her second web-series and she is excited to be apart of the team.
Catherine McCarthy, Creator, Caroline
Catherine is an actor/writer based in New York City. She studied at Drama Studio London in the UK. After graduation, she toured the UK in Last Train to Nibroc, directed by Patrick Sanford. She has been seen on the small screen on Nurse Jackie, Damages and As the World Turns. She recently co-produced and co-starred in the Off-Broadway US premiere of Immaculate at La Mama. She spends her free time blow drying her hair and sampling the city’s baked goods.
Anita Sabherwal, Juliet
Anita is a British born actress living in New York City. She studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and has appeared in: Film/TV/Web: "Vinyl" (pilot episode) for HBO (directed by Martin Scorsese), "After Ever After" (Aladdin & Jasmine), "One Life to Live", "Cyberchase, "Neptunus Rex", "Motherland", "Head in the Oven" (Episode 2) and "Wallstrip". On stage: The US premiere of Immaculate at LaMama (also Producer), Rangoon with Pan Asian Rep at Theatre Row, Future Anxiety (director Jim Simpson) at The Flea Theatre, East Village Chronicles Vol. 5, at Metropolitan Playhouse and Seven Eleven 2007 with Desipina Productions. She resides in Soho with the man in her life, her pet bunny, Mr. Trix.
Greg Schmalbach, Matt
New York Stage credits include Caryl Churchill’s Far Away (New York Theatre Workshop), Jon Robin Baitz’ The Make-Up Counter at Saks directed by Rob Morrow (Naked Angels), Flanagan’s Wake (SoHo Playhouse), Un-Lonely Planet (Theatre for a New City,) Othello (The Present Company). Regional credits include The Drawer Boy (Shadowland), Amadeus and A Christmas Carol (Milwaukee Rep). Television: Law & Order, Fringe, Lights Out, A&E network. Other Web Series: Personal Trainwreck: Interview. Graduate of Northwestern University’s Theatre Program and student of Bob Krakower. Thanks Catherine, Sarah, and Judy!
Carolyn Michelle Smith, Bonita
Broadway: Romeo and Juliet directed by David Leveaux. Off-Broadway: Soldier X (Ma-Yi/HERE), "Hit The Wall" (Barrow Street), "Serial. Black. Face" Workshop (Juilliard/Signature Theatre). Regional: "WHADDABLOODCLOT!!!" by Katori Hall (Williamstown Theatre Festival), "Rich Girl" by Victoria Stewart, (Old Globe), Actors Theatre of Louisville, Seattle Shakespeare Company, and Princeton Rep. FILM: "Full-Windsor", "Closure", "Portraits in Dramatic Time". TV: "Codes of Conduct" directed by Steve McQueen (HBO), and "House of Cards" (Netflix) role of "Willa" Chief of Staff to Claire Underwood. Training: Fordham University at Lincoln Center (B.A), BADA Midsummer at Oxford, and The Juilliard School.
Cat Yezbak, Jennifer
Cat Yezbak graduated from Ithaca College with a BFA in Acting. She was last seen on stage at The Kitchen in Claude Wampler's, N'a pas un gramme de charisme. As a member of The Bats, the resident acting company at the Flea Theater, she worked on plays by A.R Gurney, Max Wellman and Polly Draper. She played the role of Donna on the web series "Parker & Maggie" created by Jenna Laurenzo, directed by Jay Buim. Cat lives in Brooklyn with her dog Oscar.