has appeared in some of the most celebrated American independent films of the last two decades, including DRUGSTORE COWBOY, LIVING IN OBLIVION, SAFE, and THE MYTH OF FINGERPRINTS; he has appeared in such genre fare as NEAR DARK, PHANTASM II, THE LAST WINTER, and ZODIAK. Le Gros appeared on Showtime’s Sleeper Cell and on Law & Order. He was also a cast member on the television show Ally McBeal and guest starred on ER, Roseanne, Punky Brewster, The Outer Limits (new series), Friends and the NBC series Mercy. He costars in Mildred Pierce, an HBO mini series directed by Todd Haynes.
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.
plays brother in BITTER FEAST and uncle in BETTY ANNE WATERS to his real life brother Owen Campbell. This summer he’ll appear in theatres as young Schneider in the Angelina Jolie action feature SALT. He also appeared in the ABC primetime series CUPID. He’s looking forward to the fall premier of BETTY ANNE WATERS, directed by Tony Goldwyn and starring Hilary Swank, in which Tobias plays the feature role of young Kenny Waters, the character portrayed as an adult by Sam Rockwell. Tobias loves to study filmmaking in Brooklyn and plans to finish his third original short this summer.
Has appeared in numerous Glass Eye Pix productions, including TRIGGER MAN, I CAN SEE YOU, I SELL THE DEAD, and STAKE LAND.
a native of the Bronx, has been acting and writing since the age of sixteen. He made his film debut in 1989’s LOST ANGELS when he was just 17. He also had a small role in the classic film GOODFELLAS as the brother of Henry Hill (Ray Liotta). During the independent film boom of the 1990’s, he built a career playing quirky, unconventional characters in films such as TRUE ROMANCE, LIVING IN OBLIVION, WALKING AND TALKING, THE DEPARTED, and Fessenden’s THE LAST WINTER.
Corrigan got the opportunity to show his script-writing talents with the 1997 film KICKED IN THE HEAD. The film starred Corrigan, Michael Rapaport, Linda Fiorentino, Lili Taylor and was executive produced by Martin Scorsese. Corrigan became well-known for his role as the slacker Eddie Finnerty on the sitcom “Grounded for Life” which ran for five seasons. He is also an experienced guitarist and has played in several New York City bands.
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.