Lauren Avery • Nora
Lauren is a Los-Angeles-based actress, a feral debutante who was locked in her estate until the the tender age of fifteen when she was released into the greater Los Angeles area.
Dasha Nekrassova • Daphine
The daughter of a rhythmic gymnast and an acrobat — both USSR Olympic hopefuls — Dasha was born in Belarus and emigrated to Las Vegas with her parents when she was a toddler. She went to Mills College in Oakland and studied Anthropology and Philosophy. She is an actress, essayist, and poet.
Austin MacKinnon • Mike
Austin was born in Washington, DC, the oldest of five brothers. He moved to Scotland after high school to play soccer and attend the University of Edinburgh, where he began acting. After working in an improv group and in several films in Scotland, he left school to move in with his aunt in Los Angeles and pursue acting full-time. His credits include Sony Screengems' Think Like A Man, and national commercials for Coca Cola and Axe. Austin and his brother Jamie, a CalArts animator, have written several films and plan on running their own production company one day.
John Winscher • Dennis
Originally from central Minnesota, John studied acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Hollywood, California, from which he graduated with awards and was a member of the '06/'07 company. His film credits include: The Line, winner of the Spirit Award at the Brooklyn International Film Festival; Porcelain Unicorn, winner of the Ridley Scott Parallel Lines International Film Competition. TV credits include: Alexander the Great in Last Stand of the 300 on the History Channel, portraying the seventh President of the United States, Andrew Jackson, for the Travel Channel's Hotels Secrets and Legends and most recently playing the lead role in an episode of Haunted House for the Lifetime Network. Commercial credits include: McDonalds, Toyota, Nickelodeon, Title Max and Call of Duty. John is also a motion capture artist with two new Playstation titles coming out in 2014.