MICHAEL CERVERIS is a Tony Award-winning actor who has appeared in many notable Broadway stage performances including SWEENY TODD, ASSASSINS, The Who’s TOMMY, LOVE-MUSIK, and TITANIC. He also acted in various shows in London’s West End including HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH and his Off-Broadway credits include ROAD SHOW, KING LEAR with Kevin Kline, and Duncan Sheik’s SPRING AWAKENING. No stranger to the screen, Michael’s many film credits include the forthcoming Glass Eye Pix/Dark Sky films STAKE LAND by director Jim Mickle, THE MEXICAN with Julia Roberts and Brad Pitt, Paul Auster’s LULU ON THE BRIDGE, and CIRQUE DU FREAK: THE VAMPIRE’S ASSISTANT. On television, he has appeared in J.J. Abram’s FRINGE as The Observer, FAME as Ian Ware, as well as LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT and CSI.
is a sophomore at LaGuardia High, New York’s celebrated FAME school. He began his film career in the role of young Jesco White for the feature WHITE LIGHTNIN’ — which premiered at Sundance in 2009. He’s looking forward to the premier later this year of BETTY ANNE WATERS, directed by Tony Goldwyn, where he portrays Ben, teenaged son of leading actress Hilary Swank. He has also appeared on LAW & ORDER SVU and in MTV’s campaign against cyber-bullying. Professional stage performances include Puck in MIDSUMMER’S NIGHT DREAM and NOCTURNES at Brooklyn’s Piper Theater. Owne appears with his brother Tobias in the Glass Eye Pix production BITTER FEAST, directed by Joe Maggio. Owen loves nothing more than being on set or in an edit room watching, working and learning as movies are made.
STEVE PARISH grew up in merry old England and, after obtaining a
Masters in Computer Animation from Bournemouth University, he headed
to New York to work for Quiet Man in 2003. After working a number of
award-winning commercials, he headed to San Francisco to work for
Industrial Light and Magic (George Lucas’s company) on projects like
Pirates of the Caribbean and Harry Potter. Now back in New York City,
he continues to work on commercials and music videos and his dream
came true when he worked with the Beatles. Steve likes to explore
interesting new places, play pop-songs, and try to explain the rules
of cricket to anyone that will listen.
Footman 2, Gurney
Film – I Sell The Dead, Daylight. Upcoming – Palominas, ’79 Parts, The Hard Ride. NYC Theater – Wife To James Whelan (Mint Theater Company), Sive, The Yeats Project (Irish Repertory Theatre), Blood Guilty (The Bronx Co./Whole In The Wall), Anna Christie (Boomerang), Dirty Works, The Pitchfork Disney (Stiff Upper Lip), IRELAND – Hamlet (Praxis), Julius Caesar (Rattlebag), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Public Shakespeare) Training – Lee Strasberg Theater Institute (New York), Central School of Speech and Drama (London), Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College Dublin.
KATHERINE O’SULLIVAN made her debut at age six in Connie Ryan’s CUTE KIDDIES in her hometown of Dublin, Ireland. After her move to New York City, she created the role of Katherine the Embalmer in the popular Off-Broadway comedy, FINNEGAN’S FAREWELL. Among her many acting achievements in New York City, Katherine was nominated for best actress in the 2009 1st IRISH FESTIVAL, for her portrayal of Alice in Fallen Angel’s production of CELL. Most recently Katherine appeared in SIT, STAND, WALK, LIE DOWN on Governor’s Island as part of the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s 2010 SITELINES series. Film credits include the international, independent cult hits I’LL BURY YOU TOMORROW, THE BLOOD SHED, and A FAR CRY FROM HOME.
Joel Marsh Garland is a graduate of Bennington College, he has been involved in NYC theatre since the late 90s as an actor, director, electrician, writer, singer, and reluctant designer most recently on stage as Klieg in Essential Self Defense at Playwright’s Horizons. He appeared in the Glass Eye Pix film I SELL THE DEAD as well as the films The Undying, Rocket Science, Lady In the Water, See You in September, The Night Listener, Watching the Detectives, The Believer, Maid in Manhattan, Interstate 84,Snipes; on TV’s; Law & Order, Law & Order SVU, The West Wing, Third Watch, Conviction, Kidnapped, Jonny Zero, Witchblade, Life on Mars, Kings. Look for him in theatres next summer in The Bounty, in FX pilot Fire in the Hole and in Spike TVs upcoming movie Black Souls. Joel is the lead singer for the Atomic Grind Show (www.atomicgrindshow.com) and plays a mean game of scrabble.