Craig Horner stars as Sean Reeves
Craig Horner was born in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia and has loved acting since his school days where he starred in productions such as A Midsummer Nights Dream and The Maids, as well as competing in the improvisational acting competition, Theatre Sports.
As a young actor, Craig made his television debut with the lead role of 'Jackson' in the series Cybergirl, and followed that up as presenter of the popular Australian young teen TV series Totally Wild. Craig continued working on TV shows such as Two Twisted, and the US series Monarch Cove. He appeared in series regular roles in H2O: Just Add Water, and Blue Water High.
Craig is most well known from Sam Raimi's Legend Of The Seeker series which ran on Disney and ABC Studios, and is based on the famous Sword Of Truth series of books by Terry Goodkind. Craig played the series lead role of 'Richard Cypher.'
Craig's feature film credits include Swimming Upstream (alongside Geoffrey Rush & Judy Davis), Blurred, The Moment After, Twist Of Fate, and the Lionsgate feature See No Evil.
Craig's creative talents also include playing the guitar and writing music, and in his spare time is the front man for his band, Ithaca.
Drew Sidora stars as Paige Hill
Drew is a singer/actress that is perhaps best known for her recurring roles on the television programs The Game (BET) and That's So Raven (Disney Channel), and has also guest starred on Without A Trace (CBS), What I Like About You (The CW), and Girlfriends (The CW).
She received rave reviews for her performance as dancer 'Lucy Avila' in the hit Disney feature Step Up, playing a talented, soulful R&B singer, with two placements on the film's soundtrack and in the highly acclaimed biopic CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story where she played the lead role of T-Boz.
She began studying music and theater at age two, training in the Suzuki Method of classical piano, and honing her acting skills at the Organic Theater Company in Chicago. She studied modern dance with Tony Dyer, and before she was even a teenager had completed numerous national voice-overs, television commercials and print ads. She made her motion picture debut at age nine in Thomas Carter's TV movie Divas.
When asked about future goals and aspirations, Sidora states, "I want to passionately inspire, empower, and entertain." Some of her film credits include Never Die Alone (Fox Searchlight), White Chicks (Columbia), and Wild Hogs (Touchstone). She also starred alongside Vivica A. Fox in Screen Gems' Motives II. Additionally, Sidora's independent film credits include the lead role in the hit break dancing film B-Girl, Frankenhood, Farmhouse, Jury Of Our Peers, and Church Girl. While filming Killing Of Wendy in Johannesburg, South Africa, Sidora created a docu-drama of her experiences there.
Jessy Hodges stars as Melanie Morelli
Jessy was trained at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, Experimental Theatre Wing and hails from Detroit, Michigan.
Jessy Hodges can currently be seen in the feature film Beside Still Waters, co-written and directed by Chris Lowell. Her other TV credits include recurring roles on Enlisted as Chris Lowell's love interest 'Erin', and True Blood as well as guest stars on the comedy central series Big Time In Hollywood FL, Grey's Anatomy, Greek, and most recently, The Untitled BriTANicK Pilot also for Comedy Central. She can also be seen in many of BriTANicK's sketches online. Other film credits include The Sound and The Shadow, and the upcoming short film Stepping Up For Mankind.
On the web she played 'Sophie' in the award winning web series Anyone But Me where she was nominated for an Indie Soap Award for Breakthrough Performance. She also recurs on the Red Hour web series Next Time On Lonnie. New York Theatre credits include The Metal Children, written and directed by Adam Rapp and starring Billy Crudup at the Vineyard Theatre, The Great Recession at the Flea Theatre, and Misery and Good Fortune at Here Arts Center.
John Patrick Amedori stars as Jamie Brady
John Patrick Amedori's acting career began with his love of music. A skilled musician who can play any instrument by ear, John heard that Almost Famous was going to shoot locally in his hometown of Baltimore. He sent in a tape to Cameron Crowe, who liked it so much that he wrote a part just for him. This film debut led to lead roles in projects such as M. Night Shyamalan's Unbreakable and a move to LA to pursue acting full-time. He almost immediately booked a role in the cult film, The Butterfly Effect, opposite Ashton Kutcher, which led him to work consistently in film and television.
Amedori's previous work includes Lionsgate's The Last Stand opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger, the gritty independent film Electrick Children opposite Rory Culkin, and director Billy Bob Thornton's Jayne Mansfield's Car, playing the rebellious son of Kevin Bacon. Both of the latter films premiered at the 2012 Berlin Film Festival. Additionally, he continues to be recognized from his role as Missy Peregrym's sarcastic best friend in the Disney feature Stick It and as Blake Lively's love interest in Gossip Girl.
In early 2015, Amedori strarred in the Lionsgate thriller The Vatican Tapes with Djimon Hounsou and Michael Pena. He has also recently completed the dark futuristic drama After Darkness with Kyra Sedgwick, which is about a family who gathers together once the sun burns out and their hopes for rescue crumble as they confront long lasting divides amongst each other.
John is based in Los Angeles where in addition to acting, he plays in various bands as lead singer, drummer and guitar player.
Laura Ramsey stars as Becca Brady
Laura Ramsey grew up in Brandon, Wisconsin and graduated from Laconia High School in 2001. She moved to Los Angeles at the age of 19 where she was "discovered" while waiting tables on Sunset Boulevard. She was sent out the next day on her first audition and booked the job. Since then, her career has been dotted by strong and consistent work.
Most recently she starred opposite Zach Galifianakis and Owen Wilson in Millennium Entertainment's Are You Here. The film follows Steve (Wilson) and Ben (Galifianakis), two childhood best friends that travel to their hometown for the death of Ben's father, only to discover that he has inherited a huge sum of money. Their friendship is then tested when Ben's sister Terry (Amy Poehler) and their dad's much younger widowed wife, Angelina (Ramsey) further complicate their once solid relationship. The film is written and directed by Matthew Weiner (Creator of Mad Men). The movie is currently airing on VOD.
Ramsey can currently also be seen starring in the motion picture Pulling Strings (2013), currently on VOD. Her other past film credits include lead and strong supporting roles in such films as DreamWorks The Ruins, and She's The Man, and Columbia Pictures' Lords Of Dogtown, among others. Her television credits include guest-starring roles on such hit television shows as Mad Men and My Generation.
Taking time off in-between roles to indulge her other creative outlets has helped define Ramsey's career as she believes being well-rounded is principal to being able to deliver a strong performance. She currently resides in Los Angeles.
Nick Clifford stars as Andy Kelly
Nick is a born and bred New Yorker, and raised in both Manhattan and Brussels, Belgium. He graduated Brown University Magna Cum Laude with a BA in business economics. Clifford studied acting at the Upright Citizens Brigade Comedy Theatre and New York Stage & Film Company. He currently resides in Los Angeles.
Nick attended the Cannes Film Festival as the lead in the film the Opportunist, an official selection at Critics week. His other film work includes lead roles in numerous student productions, including The Face, which premiered at the Rhode Island International Film Festival.
Nick has been making a real impact in new media, starring in several online series including Opal, Aion, Upstaged, and Retail. Nick most recently finished playing the lead in Couples, an online series set to debut early next year. His stage work includes lead roles in This Is Our Youth and Compleat Female Stage Beauty at Brown and As You Like It at the Powerhouse Theater Company.
Other television credits include the lead in the Disney pilot Pack Of Wolves. Guest Star credits include: Super Fun Night, 2 Broke Girls, The Big Bang Theory, Glory Days, and Lifetime's A Country Christmas Story.
Sarah Goldberg stars as Lolly Lavigne
Sarah Goldberg is a Canadian film, television, and stage actress, best known for originating the role of 'Betsey/Lindsey' in the Royal Court Theatre's production of Clybourne Park. She was nominated for a 2011 Olivier award for her portrayal and later joined the Broadway company.
In addition, Goldberg played 'Alison Porter' in Sam Gold's Off-Broadway revival of Look Back In Anger opposite Adam Driver and Matthew Rhys.Other credits include Apologia, Six Degrees Of Separation, and The Great God Pan.