Jake moved from Athens, Georgia to New York to train at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute and NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Recently he has performed as The Man in XIX, Tom in The Time of Your Life and George in Of Mice and Men.

Hailing from Ashville, NC, JR graduated Magna Cum Laude from East Carolina University before heading to New York. He recently played John in the premiere of Ethan's People at the Manhattan Theatre. You may recognize his face from parts on SNL and various commercials.

A New York native, Elizabeth currently studies Meisner with Rochelle Oliver and voice and diction with Monica (Russell) Blaze Leavitt. See some of her most recent work as Uno in the premiere of Yolanda Rodriguez's "Milagros, Santa, and the Light" at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre and as Nikki in the webseries "Brooklyn Is In Love."

A life-long resident of New York's Hudson Valley, Eugene has worked in the Sales & Marketing Field since graduating from New Paltz State College. After performing in High School and College Theatre, he chose to focus his energies on his business career, with the though that one day in the future he would pursue acting again. Over the past few years he has made appearances on network TV Shows, feature films and most recently community theatre. Eugene is delighted to be a part of this production. 

Leann, originally from the Rocky state of Colorado, relocated to New York to train at New York University/Tisch School of the Arts and the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute. Leann has played Antia in West Wide Story and Logainne in Spelling Bee. She can next be seen as Claire in The Maids.

This one time farm boy graduated from Michigan with an electrical engineering degree and was awarded four government patents while working in the technical field and traveling abroad. After doing some print work in Toronto, ON…acting became his new big quest. In the summer of 2001, he moved to NYC. He has made appearances on popular TV series/pilots, off-broadway theatre, and named films.

Jacqueline draws experience from a life lived in California, New York and England. She  has trained at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute. Recent rolls include Mary L in The Time of Your Life, Rosabella in The Most Happy Fella and Essie in You Can’t Take it With You. 

Katie traded Red Sox Nation for life as an actor in enemy territory. She studies Drama at NYU/Tisch School of the Arts and the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute. Katie has come a long way from her first role--Britney Spears in her 5th Grade Musical--to play Kitty Duval in Time of Your Life, Zinaida Savishna in Ivanov and Maggie in Cat On A Hot Tin Roof. 

JACK HAMMER (Sammy's Father)
Born in Brooklyn, NY, Jack got his feet wet in the theater while serving in the 3rd Infantry Division in the United States Army. He acted in several theater productions while in Germany including Conrad Birdie in 'Bye Bye Birdie.' Once back in the States, Jack's career took off in radio in 1990. He has been doing morning radio ever since, creating a multitude of characters along the way. He can currently he heard on 94.3/97.3 The Wolf, a country music station in the Hudson Valley. Jack is also the host of 'After Hours,' a web-based variety show where he interviews and interacts with celebrity guests. 

Jonathan has a B.A. in Theatre from Wheaton College and has trained at the William Esper Studio. Past roles include Orin Scrivello in Little Shop of Horrors and Tupolsi in The Pillowman. 

A native Kansan, is thrilled to be apart of this production. Recent NEW YORK Credits: “Dog Sees God”-CB’s Sister (Bridge Theatre), “The Forest”-Woman (Roy Arias), “Personal Appearance”-Joyce “Much Ado About Everything”-Maggie (Wings Theatre), “Cloudy with a Chance of New Works”-Rebecca (The Red Room), “The Left Bank Bookseller”-Nora Joyce (Manhattan Repertory Theatre), “Ravel”- Bree/Lachesis (Theatre Nyx). Staged Readings: “1931”-The Girl (Irish Repertory Theatre) “Big Night”-Vera (Saint Luke’s Theatre) and “Gentlewoman”- Connie (Barrow Group Mainstage).

Originally from Austin, Texas has been training since 2008 at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York City as a part of her B.F.A from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. She enjoyed working with Liz Swados in the Off-Broadway production of Books Cook and has recently returned from Sydney, Australia where she studied at the National Institute of Dramatic Art. Past roles include Penelope in The Odyssey and Lady Cynthia in The Real Inspector Hound.  You can see her next as Jessica in Sunday on the Rocks at The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in May 2011.

Jenn Mello was most recently seen as Gloria, the American Air-hostess in The Lake Dillon Theatre Company’s production of Boeing Boeing.  In 2010 she booked the role of Callie in a New York production of Stop Kiss;  as well as leading roles in 3 independent short films.  Samson Chin, her latest flick, will be made it’s New York premiere on April 15th.   With a plot line about superhero’s who conquer their rivals with an uncanny ability to grow facial hair, it promises to do well.  In addition to her acting work, Miss Mello also teaches private voice lessons, coaches monologues, and works for a business called, The Savvy Actor