Lin attended the University of Michigan, where she was an Art History major, although acting in as many University productions as possible, including "Bye Bye Birdie" and "On The Town". After U of M, she attended Columbia University School of the Arts, and acquired a Master of Fine Arts degree in Acting. She stayed in New York upon graduation and worked in numerous off- and off-off- Broadway productions, as well as Lincoln Center and Broadway. She has studied with some of the finest: Uta Hagen, Stella Adler and Lee Strasberg. Lin is a lifetime member of the Actors Studio.
Rico E. Anderson
An award winning actor, a sci fi nerd, the oldest of 11 children on his mothers side (6 biological / 5 adopted) and the 3rd of 4 children on his fathers side, Rico was born in Seaside/Monterey, CA and raised on the south side of Chicago as well as the San Francisco Bay Area.
Rico's selected film and television credits include Truth Be Told on the new Apple TV+ network, S.W.A.T. on CBS, The Orville on FOX and Young & Hungry on Freeform. Other selected works include, The Mick, Grey's Anatomy, The Fosters, NCIS, Modern Family, Criminal Minds, K.C. Undercover, Two and a Half Men, Mike & Molly, 2 Broke Girls, Days of our Lives, The Bold and the Beautiful, Sullivan & Son, Justified and The Shield. These and many other roles led to Rico being tapped for the lead role in Get Gone opposite Lyn Shaye and Robert Miano. Rico's breakthrough role was in the 2005 Academy Award Winning short, "Mighty Times: The Children's March" portraying civil rights activist, Shelley "The Playboy" Stewart. This period piece was Narrated by Samuel L. Jackson (Marvel's The Avengers, Star Wars Trilogy) and Sam Elliott (The Hulk, The Big Lebowski) respectfully. Another breakthrough role was in Sci Fi where Rico was tapped to star in the TV pilot, Star Trek: Renegades, directed by Tim Russ (Tuvok in Star Trek: Voyager) and starring Walter Koenig (Star Trek, Babalon 5), Sean Young (Blade Runner) and Edward Furlong (John Connor in The Terminator). Rico was directed by Joss Whedon (Marvel's The Avengers, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) in the pilot for Dollhouse w/ Eliza Dushku and played (The Color Purple) Danny Glover's son in in "The Harimaya Bridge" with Peter Coyote and will soon be shooting the story of Ernie Banks as Buck O'Neil in Atlanta.
Rico still lives in Los Angeles, continues to work extensively in film, television, theatre and voice over, makes celebrity appearances at various sci fi conventions and is carefully selecting his next project.
Weston Cage Coppola was born on December 26, 1990 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Weston Coppola Cage. He is an actor, known for Drive Angry (2011), Joe (2013) and Lord of War (2005). He has been married to Hila Aronian since April 28, 2018. He was previously married to Danielle Cage and Nikki Williams.
Robert Miano was born in New York City and raised in the South East Bronx around when Joe DiMaggio and Yogi Berra played for the New York Yankees. In school, Robert joined the Glee Club and realized that he had a gift for singing. At the age of 15, he started his showbiz career when a talent agent heard him singing with a Du-op Group on a Bronx street corner. This lead to a recording of "Kingdom Of Love" by the Preludes on the Cub Label, a new subsidiary of MGM Records. Today "Kingdom Of Love" is a collector's item and is still being played on the "Oldies but Goodies" Radio Station in New York. Through the years, Robert continued to make records and ultimately became a Columbia Recording Artist.
Bailey Christopher Coppola (born July 12, 2000) is an American director and producer. He plays the masked man in the movie. He is known for The Bling Ring (2013), Palo Alto (2013), Get Gone(2019) and A Score to Settle (2019).
Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Bradley is an award-recognized Actor whose debut feature film as Writer/Director, "Land of Smiles", received 31 International film festival awards.
Bradley spent early adulthood studying theater in NYC and LA. An education that laid the foundation for a career in the arts. But it was when he started traveling extensively that he realized his impulse for storytelling was more vast than he had originally thought. Upon returning home from Southeast Asia, Bradley began writing screenplays, directing would quickly follow, and his propensity for storytelling has been in full swing since.
Bradley's theory on life is very simple, "if you really want something, get your ass out there and get it."
Caitlin Stryker grew up a railroad brat, never living in any city for longer than 2 years as her father's railroading career kept the family on the move. With her gypsy spirit firmly in place, she splits time between the three cities she calls home: NYC, LA, and Vancouver, BC. She started her career in the performing arts as a ballet dancer performing with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet's Young Performers Ensemble, where her love for emotional freedom was established. Caitlin was then scooped up by Elite modeling agency in Toronto, which fluidly led to her acting career in Film/TV. Her love of film has even put her behind the camera as she co-produced multiple shorts, and the 31x Award-Winning feature film, "Land of Smiles", with her husband Bradley Stryker.
Silvia Spross began her career as a street performer in Central Park, doing shows with a tap dancing puppet named Bonifaz. She attended Uta Hagen's HB Studio in Manhattan full-time for three years. Since then, Miss Spross has appeared in numerous independent films, working with actors such as Adrien Brody, Danny Glover, Martin Landau, Michael Rooker, Robert Miano, Christopher Masterson and the renowned Italian director Dario Argento. Miss Spross has also been featured in a number of theatrical productions, including the Off-Broadway show "St Nicholas At Christmas Tide."
Miss Spross currently lives in Los Angeles where she works with her mentor Robert Miano.
Michael McBee is an actor and writer, known for Get Gone (2019), Tune Out and Histers.
John Henry Whitaker
John recently worked on the soon to be released feature film "Cult of the Sorcerer Beast. Filmed in the Chicago surroundings. "Ian's Realm Saga" was filmed in Washington state. A short concept production focused on film festivals and investors to make this an ongoing TV series. Based on the book of the same name written by D.L. Gardner. It is now in post production. "Get Gone" also in post is a feature film shot on location in Cascade Locks Oregon. A high powered thriller/horror film . "The Class Analysis"is making its way into the 2018 film festival competition. Winner of Best Live Action Short Film at Sci-On Film Festival in Reno Nv. and 3 awards at the Colorado Int. Activism Film Fest including Best Ensemble. Next up is the Valley Film Festival Nov.4th and Hollywood Independent Nov. 11th. Check back for where it might play next! "Beautifully Love Dark" is starting to be submitted to film festivals.
Luke B. Carlson
Luke B. Carlson is an actor, known for Star Chief (2018), Get Gone (2019) and Aberdeen (2018).
Emily Shenaut was born in Berkeley, California, moving a few hours inland to Davis, CA at 4 years old. The daughter of two academics, her innate love for performing led her first to throw herself into ballet. She dedicated herself to this craft full time through her high school years, which led her to a career dancing on the East Coast, first with the Richmond Ballet and then at First State Ballet Theatre in Delaware. While dancing, Emily also returned to school at University of Delaware and received a B.A. in Psychology. After a number of rewarding years, and dancing many of the greatest roles in classical ballet, Emily felt pulled to explore her call for story-telling in a different art-form. This led her to start taking acting classes and working on projects as an actor first in Philadelphia, then Las Vegas, and finally making her way to Los Angeles. Now based out of East Hollywood, Emily is dedicated to the craft of TV/film acting, and has deeply enjoyed every on-set experience she's had.
Brittany Benita was born and raised on the island of Guam. At the age of 3 she began training as a dancer, and as a teenager she delved into the realm of acting on stage. She later moved to Los Angeles to attend university, and after graduating, she continued further training as an actor. She is known for her role as Rene in the feature film Get Gone.
Once a Marine, Always a Marine! That is very apparent in Gwyn's "can do" attitude, readiness to try to new things and perseverance.
A true country girl at heart, Gwyn has driven semi-trucks, trained horses, been a bookkeeper and even worked recycling tires on her way to becoming the versatile and adaptable actress she is today. Local to the greater Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington area Gwyn runs a retirement home for alpacas and volunteers in the local veteran community when she is not in front of the camera or training.
With her service vetted by the Veterans in Media & entertainment and a resume that is as unique as she is, Gwyn is that perfect character for just about any project that needs a dose of realism.
Adam has been acting since age 5. He studied with such luminaries as Byrne and Joyce Piven (who calls him one of their "shining lights"), Stella Adler, David Mamet and William H. Macy. Adam moved West from Chicago in 1997.
While taking his shots at Film and Television, he frequently appeared on stage in Los Angeles. He was a founding member of LA's acclaimed Sacred Fools Theater Company and serves on their Board of Directors.
In 2002, Adam received a Garland Award Honorable Mention for his performance in "Heaven" at Sacred Fools in Los Angeles, CA.
Following the sudden death of his father (renowned artist Richard Bitterman) in 2012, Adam moved back to Chicago.
In 2017, Adam won the Chicago Theater Award for Best Actor for his role as "Charley" in "Death of a Salesman" at Redtwist Theatre in Chicago, Illinois, and that same year was nominated for a Non-Equity Joseph Jefferson Award for his role of "Mick" in "The Seedbed," also at Redtwist.
He continues to act on stage and screen.
Stefan Hajek is an actor and producer, known for Turning Point (2012), Solid Blue (2012) and Iron (2017).
Tristan David Luciotti
Atlanta native Tristan David Luciotti is an American film and voice over actor, director, writer and producer. Tristan has enjoyed compelling roles in feature films, shorts, TV shows and commercials - including the feature film GET GONE where he worked alongside Lin Shaye, Robert Miano, Weston Cage Coppola, Bailey Coppola, Rico E. Anderson, Bradley Stryker, and Caitlin Stryker. While he enjoys comedy and is naturally comedic, Tristan's talent has a wide range and he is equally drawn to dramatic roles. Tristan is the owner of Vision8Studio in Portland, OR which is a prominent acting and film production studio. While Tristan's primary residence is in Portland, OR, he makes frequent visits to both Atlanta and Los Angeles for both work and play.
Cory Crouser is known for his work on Get Gone (2019), Meltdown and The Orphan Train.