Evan Jennings - “JANE CARPENTER”
Evan Jennings was born and raised in Kailua, Hawaii. After years of training in theatre, dance, voice, and film she moved to Ashland, Oregon to study Theatre at Southern Oregon University, where she earned a degree in Theatre and Business. After graduation she moved to Orlando, Florida for an internship with the Walt Disney World Corporation in the Entertainment department where she worked as a dancer and character performer. After her internship, she returned home to Hawaii to hone her skills as a film and television actress, and signed with the Kathy Muller Talent agency. Evan currently lives in Silver Lake, California and has appeared in film and television productions such as LOST, Knight Rider, You May Not Kiss the Bride, Sheisedo, Greek, Victorious, Big Time Rush, and a national Neutrogena commercial and web campaign.
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Jim Tavarč - “DEATH”
British RADA trained actor and comedian. Jim Tavare's stand-up comedy with a double bass has achieved world-wide accolade and earned him the distinction of being HRH Prince Charles favorite comedian. Jim co-wrote and starred in ITV's 'The Sketch Show', which won a BAFTA and syndicated worldwide. He wrote and starred in six highly acclaimed short silent films for BBC2 called 'Jim Tavaré Pictures Presents'. This was followed by his own comedy sketch series 'The Jim Tavaré Show' co-written with Ricky Gervais, who also starred. Jim Tavaré's major film debut came in 2004 when he played Tom the Innkeeper in 'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban'. In 2008, he was the first overseas act to reach the final on NBC's Last Comic Standing. He has since made several US film and television appearances, including roles on Showtime's Californication' and NBC's 'Chuck'.
J.R. Ferguson- “MAX PARKER”
J.R. Ferguson was born in New Jersey. and spent the majority of his adult life living and working as a businessman in New York City. Having never given up on his dream of one day pursuing an acting career full time, he left his job, family, and the life he had created for himself in New York, and headed to Los Angeles in November of 2012, in order to devote all of his time and energy to his one true passion - acting . There has been no looking back for J.R. since arriving on the West Coast. J.R. has appeared in a number of commercials, episodics, and independent shorts, in the film festival arena. As an ex-athlete, J.R. still enjoys working out, playing recreational sports, and riding his motorcycles.
Joel Clark Ackerman
"JAMES the DOORMAN"