Kaitlin Morgan as "Shelly"
Kaitlin Morgan has appeared in several local theatrical productions and has just finished a month long run in "A Giant Arc in the Skyspace of Directions". She's currently involved in two theatrical productions: "Wombman" and "Bee Stings and Ding-a-Lings". Kaitlin has appeared in commercials, music videos, and several festival films, including The Bedwetter. She is involved with and has filmed pilot episodes for "Kids on the Porch" and "Kids Reality Series". When not performing, Katie writes stories and works on her improv skills at the LA Comedy Connection.
Harrison Boxley as "Dean"
Harrison Thomas Boxley was born in the UK and now resides in California. He began his acting career in 2008 and has starred in several short and feature films and many commercials. Harrison is home schooled and his favorite subject is science. He loves to draw and enjoys doing caricatures of his friends and family. Harrison has a younger sister, Ophelia, and a white West Highland terrier named Bertie. Harrison would like to thank everyone for their continued support.
Courtney Rackley as "Paulette"
Courtney Rackley received her BFA from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts before heading off to Harvard's ART for her Masters. She recently had a lead role in Greenie Films', "The Bedwetter" and can also be seen in the short, "Shut Up, I Said Shut Up!" She is a series regular in the upcoming pilot, "The Frisky". She starred in and produced the sold out productions of "What Happened Was..", "27 Wagons", and the World Premiere of "Eddie Kill the President". On the small screen, She currently appears in commercials for Dunkin Donuts, Sprint, Discover. And is most known for flirting with Jennie Garth on "What I like About You".
Tracey Collins as "Martha"
Tracey Collins is originally from Boston and no she didn't really lose her accent. She got her BA in Theatre at The University of Massachusetts and her T&A from her mother. After moving to Los Angeles she realized that she needed her stage fix, and began improvising all over the place. She is currently in the Main improv company at Acme Comedy Theatre and a current member of Theatre Unleashed, both in Los Angeles. She can be seen on television, giving birth, when she didn't even know she was pregnant and being attacked by a rabid bobcat.
Jon Boatwright as "Frank"
Jon Boatwright grew up in Arkansas and worked as a radio DJ after college then moved to Los Angeles and studied acting at the Stella Adler Conservatory West and privately with teachers such as Joanne Linville. He is in a feature film with Michael Madsen and Lee Majors to be released this year and recently played Dick Cavett in a feature film. He is currently working on writing a collection of short stories and songs.
Julia Putnam was born on June 2nd 1997 in Conyers, Georgia. After relocating to Los Angeles when she was 8 years old Julia continues to make waves in print and acting. On the acting front Julia has had leading roles in several independent films and commercials. She has appeared on television shows such as "House" and "Make It Or Break It". Julia has shared the screen on music videos and short films with Olivia Wilde, Seal, Olivia Newton-John, Jerry O'Connell and Cam Gigandet of Twilight. She continues her acting success with one nomination and one win for best actress in the film festival circuit. In print, Julia has booked the cover for the "American Girl" catalogue as well as campaigns for Bratz, Macy's, American Eagle and Kohls. Besides acting Julia is taking French lessons, loves to swim, rollerblade and create art.
Nicolai Dorian as "Nick"
Nicolai Dorian began his career as a performing artist at about the age of three. He was born into a creative family with father Kevin Dorian a writer/performer and mother Paige Dorian a writer/performer/celebrity assistant. With a head full of curly, golden locks, a smile worth a million bucks and a natural affinity for the camera he was a featured model for a series of vintage western photographs by photographer Karen Dvorak that were sold around the world as post cards as well a greeting cards.
his younger years, he worked on various stage and film projects and
was universally praised for his standout performances.
Brianna Jesme as "Natalie"
Born to entertain, at the age of 3 Brianna Jesme started to show her abilities. She is an Actress, Singer-Songwriter, Musician, Dancer, and Black Belt Martial Artist. She was just signed with Diverse Talent Group whom has big plans for her future.
Personal website: www.briannajesme.com
Paiten Gernhauser as "Lori"
Paiten Gernhauser was born on the 30th of November 1996, in Metairie, LA, USA. Before coming to Hollywood she acted in commercials in New Orleans. Paiten attends a performing arts middle school in Los Angeles and is an extremely talented actress, singer, and dancer.
Jessy Holen as "Susan"
Jessy Holen is a twelve year old seventh grader who lives in Southern California. She has been acting and modeling for a couple of years and has been fortunate enough to work with some really great people. While she does not have a large resume, she has learned a lot and has really enjoyed each project she has worked on. She is a dedicated student, a member of Honor Society and ASB and plays club soccer and basketball. She loves to be busy and involved and does not want to give up any of her activities. Jessy is also a Type 1 Diabetic who strives to live her life to the fullest and not let anything get her down.
Michelle Boyaner- Writer/Director
Michelle Boyaner formed Greenie Films with Barbara Green in 2001, when
she co-produced the documentary short, Hi, You've Reached Dave's Apartment,
then in 2003 wrote and directed their first narrative short, I Want
You To Show Me, a fictional and humorous take on an hour in the life
of Wynonna Judd. Michelle also wrote and co-produced the award-winning
short film, You're Still Young, which has been an official selection
at film festivals throughout the country, and co-directed another award
winning festival favorite, the documentary short Tina Paulina: Living
on Hope Street, an inspirational look at a homeless lesbian living on
the streets of downtown Los Angeles.
Barbara Green- Cinematographer/Editor
Barbara Green picked up her first camera at the age of four and hasn't been without one since. She graduated from Brooks Institute of Photography in 1986, and went on to build a career in still photography ranging from celebrity portraits to fashion and lifestyle.
work in film and video started in 1993 when her clients began requesting
moving images to accompany her still work.?
Danielle Eskinazi- Casting Director
Danielle started working in films in 1988, casting up and comers including Hank Azaria and Milla Jovovich, as well as established talent such as David Bowie, Buck Henry and Rosanna Arquette.
After several years of casting films, she dove into the fast paced world of commericals. Focusing on casting commercials for the last 11 years, Danielle has an eclectic resume and is known for finding edgy, interesting and talented actors to suit her directors' and clients' needs. Danielle directed her own short film entitled Atmosphere, a mockumentary about the world of film extras. www.daniellecasting.com
Jane Ford- Composer
Ford is a singer/songwriter whose music has appeared in films such as
the MGM release I Love You, Don't Touch Me, directed by Julie Davis
and the much acclaimed Tina Paulina, Living on Hope Street, by Michelle
Boyaner and Barbara Green for Greenie Films. She has written the theme
songs for four hit Canadian TV series as well as music for the stage
- including music for the play By Your Side, which starred Keanu Reeves,
and Out in America, an off Broadway play starring Daryl Hannah. Jane
has three CDs out on Eastchester Records, which are available on iTunes,
including her new album "All I've needed Most" released in
March of 2010. http://www.janefordmusic.com/
Autumn Steed- Wardrobe & Set Decoration
Michelle Garuik/Grind Sound & Music- Sound Editor
passion for sound began at age three, driving her parents crazy with
makeshift drum kits made of pots and tinker-toys.
Danielle Ate The Sandwich- Additional Songs
Danielle Ate the Sandwich, is a natural on stage, lending her live performances to a contrast of sweetly sung melodies and sarcastic stage banter. Her songs are stories, ranging from observations of her personal relationships, to the environment and gender issues, all the way to imagining man walking on the moon. Listeners of all ages will enjoy this up and coming singer/songwriter from Colorado. www.danielleatethesandwich.net and www.youtube.com/daniellesmagic
Camera & Sound
Films: The Bedwetter -- a short film written and directed by Michelle Boyaner