Alexandra Stamler (Addie Woodward) – Alexandra hails from Chapel Hill, North Carolina. She made her film debut as Esplen in Universal’s Role Modelsrecently graduated from NYU Steinhardt with a degree in violin performance and now works in TV and film, both as an actress and violinist for soundtracks and scores. She was most recently seen as Debbie in the Netflix series, Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp. She currently lives in Los Angeles, and is constantly baffled by the perfect weather. Every day is an “iced coffee kind of day,” and it’s confusing.

Follow Alexandra on Twitter: @alliestamler


Melanie Recker (Quincy Woodward) – Melanie is an actress-writer-adventurer. She’s genuinely obsessed with solving mysteries, collecting stamps and being a hooligan. She owns an online vintage clothing store called Cluebelle.

Follow Melanie on Instagram: @TheCluebelle



Anna Lore (Brie) – Anna stepped on stage at the age of six and as far as she’s concerned she hasn’t stepped off since. She’s a series regular on the upcoming MTV show, Joking Off. She’s also known for her work in PBS Digital Studio’s Frankenstein MD , a national anti-smoking campaign in which she peels her face off and the indie horror movie Contracted 2. Her passions include bringing unique and interesting characters to life, also donuts, flowers and awkward situations.

Follow Anna on Twitter: @anna_train

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Raven Troup (Francine) – Raven hails from that lamest of Texas cities, Houston, but managed to garner enough musical theater experience before fleeing to Manhattan to enroll at the NYU Tisch School of the Arts where she earned her BFA in drama. After that, Raven crossed the country, yet again, to pursue film acting, since musical theater is hilariously difficult to break into!

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Shelby Steel (Janelle) – Shelby really enjoys acting, so much so that she decided to move from Hollywood, Florida to Hollywood, California to pursue it. She made her TV debut as a motorcycle riding lesbian on Showtime’s Shameless and has since started a rebellion for the Sony show, Powers. As much as she loves acting she can’t write a bio to save her life. If someone said, “Shelby, if you don’t write a bio you will die.” She would die.

Follow Shelby on Twitter: iamshelbysteel

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Noah Crawford (Mercer Erickson) – Noah is best known for his starring role on the Nickelodeon sitcom,How to Rock. From 2005 to 2009, he appeared as Young Earl in the sitcom My Name Is Earl, for which earned a Young Artist Award nomination in 2007. In addition, he has guest starred in the television series Major Crimes, Rizzoli and Isles and Criminal Minds.
Follow Noah on Instagram:  _noahcrawford_

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Helen Richman (Jean Ainsworth) –  Helen is a theatre arts graduate of Ithaca College, New York. She studied acting with Herbert Berghof, Morris Carnovsky and extensively with Lee Strasberg. She was in the Broadway and National Company of HATFUL OF RAIN, and played Desdemona in OTHELLO at the Cherry Lane Theatre off-Broadway. She also played opposite many notable stars in over fifty plays on the summer circuit including Bela Lugosi! Helen co-starred in the short film THE KISS which was nominated for an Academy Award. On television she was seen as Sterling Hayden’s wife in “THE LAST MAN,” an episode of PLAYHOUSE 90. After a long hiatus of raising five children, she jumped into a memorable performance of Blanche in A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE. Her portrayal of Anna in a staged reading of Shaw’s DON JUAN IN HELL, was warmly received at the Hahn Cosmopolitan Theatre in San Diego. The Richard Basehart Playhouse was proud to present her in Tennessee Williams, THE LADY OF LARKSPUR LOTION, and it was there that she directed the first staged reading of “LAUGHTER AND THE EARLY THIRTIES” by Joseph Stefano, screenwriter of PSYCHO. Her success as a director impressed her husband, Peter Mark Richman, who then asked her to direct his one-man stage play, “4 Faces.” At Pierce Performing Arts Center, Helen played Big Mama in “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.” That was followed by her portrayal of Mama Jo Moss, the lead in “Unbroken Circles” at The Odyssey Theatre. Her latest film, now available on DVD, was After the Wizard in which she played the leading role of Mrs. Murphy. She can also be seen in the web series Old Souls. Helen Richman has also worked under the names, “Theodora Landess” and “Teddi Landess.”



Joey Shea (Kevin Erickson) – Joey has always had a love for the theater as far back as he can remember.  At eleven-years old, he found himself on Broadway in a Lincoln Center production of Our Town directed by Gregory Mosher.  From there he went on to play the antagonist on the PBS show Ghostwriter.  Joey attended NYU, has done several TV spots and continues to follow his love for the arts.  The last project he produced he stared as Charlie Fox in Speed The Plow at the elephant theater in Hollywood.  His favorite movie goes back and forth between Raging bull and Rocky.



Matt Knudsen (Principal Harris) – Matt has shared the big screen with Oscar winner Sean Penn in the Warner Brothers feature Gangster Squad and you may recognize him from his appearances in shows like Key and Peele, Workaholics, The League, Big Love, Boston Legal or Malcolm in the Middle just to name a few. Matt’s also been a part of several high profile commercial campaigns for Volkswagen, DirecTV, Pepsi, Apple, GE and others; which have aired during the Superbowl and The Olympics. As a stand up, he’s appeared on Conan, The Late Late Show, Last Call, ASX Live and Comics Unleashed as well as several festivals, including The San Francisco Sketchfest, Bridgetown, Limestone, High Plains, Laughing Skull, Big Sky, and the prestigious Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal; where he was named a “Best of the Fest.”


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