Genevieve Gearhart is an actor, director, dancer and choreographer. She was born in Philadelphia, PA, grew up in the New York area, and currently resides in Los Angeles. Genevieve was a latecomer to acting, as most of her time between the ages of 7 and 18 was spent training as a competitive figure skater. Genevieve's work has been seen at the Getty Villa, REDCAT, the Ohio Theater, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the Williamstown Theater Festival, and several found spaces in Los Angeles and New York. She serves as Co-Artistic Director for The Speakeasy Society, an immersive entertainment creating unforgettable work in unexpected places.
Shaun Piccinino (Peach-ah-nino) is an action actor/director who has starred in the hit television show the Deadliest Warrior, the award winning film The Lackey and over 30 videos games to date spanning from "Spider-Man: Web of Shadows", "Prototype 2", to the multi billion dollar franchise, "Call of Duty". *Currently just wrapped production playing Dr. Jekyll alongside Oscar Winning Hollywood Legend Mickey Rooney. Growing up in Northern California and being raised on a virtual wildlife refuge of over 900 acres, Shaun grew up on stage since age 5 while studying Shakespeare with his father. His curiosity for film and TV brought him to Los Angeles in early 2001. As a filmmaker, he was honored with the "Audience Choice" award at the 2012 SoCal Film Fest and the "Best Editing - Feature" accolades at the 2012 Action on Film (AOF) Festival for his multi-nominated feature film, The Lackey, which he starred, wrote, and directed. He was also nominated for "Best Fight Choreography" and "Best Screenplay" for the same film. Now he'll be using his talents for the upcoming feature "When the Fever Breaks."
Violet Smith is an American actor and writer. She was born in the small town of Cave Junction, Oregon where she lived until moving to Montana for a short time and eventually relocating to Los Angeles by the age of 13. She grew up on the stage, acting and dancing, from the young age of 4 years old. She continued to pursue her passion for the arts in high school as a member of Viewpoint School's Conservatories of Theater and Dance where she performed in countless stage plays and dance concerts. Violet went on to attend college at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where she studied Communications with an emphasis in Marketing. After spending three years in the Marketing department of a High Tech company, Violet realized that while Marketing was fulfilling, her heart belonged in the arts. She hasn't looked back since, although she still maintains a few clients as an Independent Marketing Consultant. Violet is currently working on the feature film When the Fever Breaks, to be released in 2015, and is thrilled to be a part of the production.
Chadwick Armstrong is an actor/producer from Florida who moved out to California after going to school for Advertising. He has starred in "Not Another Celebrity Movie" playing Justin Timberlake and recently produced an Anti Bullying film titled "Strain". He is also currently producing a feature film, Monty, based on the late actor Montgomery Clift. In addition to producing and acting, he self produces online movie reviews for Armstrong Entertainment garnering nearly two million views on YouTube. He's also part of an Improv Troupe that performs monthly in Hollywood.
Dylan Wayne Lawrence was born on September 24th, 1992 in La Grande, Oregon. He is an actor, writer, and producer, known for his work on The Box (2013), Intertwine (2013), and Give Me Children (2014). Dylan grew up with a theatre background, but transitioned into film at age sixteen. Aside from acting, Dylan loves to write, sing, and watch old re-runs of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer".
Kruiz is native Southern Californian born in 2005. She's an inquisitive talented child who learned the Pledge of Allegiance at age 2 and to read at the age of 3. She began writing books and plays at age 4. She has appeared in multiple school productions when she was merely a tot. Her passion for acting emerged when she attended an acting workshop fall of 2012. In 2013, her desire for the stage increased as she appeared as Flopsy on stage for the Velveteen Rabbit and then landed the role as Tiny Tim in "A Christmas Carol" December, 2013. During December 2013 she made her movie debut as Payton in the Evil Gene (releasing 2014) directed by Kathleen F Taylor and was able to work with actors Cameron Richardson and Richard Speight Jr. She has said movies are now her "most favorite to act in". Kruiz was recently casted in the upcoming film "When the Fever Breaks" as Haley; she is excited and looks forward to production. Beyond acting, she loves singing, playing piano and guitar and writing songs.
Ryan T. Husk is a French American actor, writer, and producer from San Jose, CA. He moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in music after performing in various rock bands in the Bay Area. Once in L.A., he eventually got strongly coerced into trying theatre. The rest is history. Since then he's acted in many projects such as Star Trek, Embrace, and Conan, written three successfully produced plays, and produced a number of short films, web series, and independent science fiction films. He is also a huge fan of Star Trek, Lord of the Rings, all major sports.