Andrew Casanova, who plays Tim Estey, is a graduate of the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts. His film and TV appearances include: Netflix's "Luke Cage" (2016), HBO’s “Codes of Conduct” (directed by “12 Years a Slave” director Steve McQueen); the feature-length film/documentary “Audition”; and the teaser trailer for the feature film, “An Evening with Donald Kempinski” (executive produced by Mark Foligno of “The King’s Speech”).  He has appeared in commercials for Verizon, Budweiser, TripAdvisor, Bojangles’ Chicken, Kyocera (alongside Bear Grylls), Daily News and Go Go Squeez. Andrew is also part of the thriving Latino sketch group, Room 28 Comedy, which specializes in live and filmed sketches, music videos and commercials.


Tyler McElroy, who plays Ben MacDonald, is a graduate of New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts, Tyler McElroy has appeared as the lead in the feature films, “Border Break” and “Bright Ideas,” starring opposite Jeremy London and J Eddie Peck.  He has appeared in supporting roles in the Off-Off Broadway play, “Dog Sees God,” as well as the short film, “Halina,” which has been accepted into the Long Island Film Festival.  Tyler writes, directs and appears in comedy sketches on YouTube under the “ProDucks Media” channel. He is a former professional wake boarder whose sponsors included H2O Clothing, Texas Mastercraft and Spy Eyewear.


Robert Schorr, who plays John MacDonald, is a graduate of the Actors Studio Drama School where he received his MFA in Acting. Originally from California, he has a B.A. in Cinema from CSU-San Francisco and is an alumnus of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. He has appeared in various theatrical works in and around New York, including “The Wild Duck,” “Three Sisters,” “Six Degrees of Separation” and “The Laramie Project.” He has also appeared in two web-series – “Into Girl” and “Ringer$” – and the SVA short film, “Gloaming Almost Invisible.” 


Katie Iacona, who plays Lily MacDonald, is a New York City-based actress with an array of credits in film, TV, theater and commercials. She is a graduate of Fordham University in Lincoln Center, where she received her B.A. in Theater Performance. Katie guest-starred as "Mercy Valduto" alongside Taylor Schilling and Kate Mulgrew in the Netflix series, “Orange is the New Black.” Other recent film and TV credits include: Indie feature-length comedy, "Work It," and the pilot episode of upcoming TruTV series, "My Bad Trip". Amongst her recent commercial projects she had the opportunity to work with acclaimed "Blue Valentine" director Derek Cianfrance in the national Dick's Sporting Goods spot "The Gift," as well as the Rawson Marshall Thurber ("We Are The Millers" director) in Fox Sport's "Delivery Room". Katie has also performed in several theatrical installations with DreamLab Theatre Company and Director Niegel Smith (artistic director of The Flea Theater).


Ann Gulian, who plays Karen MacDonald, is an actress, singer and songwriter. She is a graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music, where she studied classical piano and jazz voice.  She has worked with the Drama Desk award-winning director Josh Hecht, as well as artists such as Joe Danisi, Suzanne Agins, Francesco Campari and Howard Meyer. Ann has starred in a number of critically acclaimed shorts, including “Sex and Spaghetti” and “That Friend You Hate” (by the award-winning screenwriter, Eli Shapiro). Her most recent appearances have been in the new HBO mini-series, “Show Me A Hero,” with Academy Award-winning writer and director, Paul Haggis.


Maria Oppedisano, who plays Ann Estey, is a New York City-based actress whose film credits include the critically acclaimed production, “Newyorkland,” directed by Kenneth Collins.  She has performed in Off Broadway and regional theaters. Commercially, she can be seen in spots for Ragu Chili Mac and Bertolli Pasta Sauce, as well as in the ABC promo for “This Week with George Stephanopoulos.” Her voice was featured in the Nomore.org Super Bowl 2015 PSA aimed at combatting domestic violence.  She is a graduate of SUNY, Purchase College, where she received her B.A. in Theater. She also studied at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting and Weist Barron. Maria is a full-time member of the Actor's Project NYC.


John Anthony Wylliams, who plays Christian Estey, hailing from Queens, New York, was one of a privileged few to have trained under the tutorage of Mike Nichols, Paul Sills and George Morrison at the celebrated New Actors Workshop. He then continued on that learning curve, studying under Master Teacher Deena Levy in latter years. His recent film and TV appearances include best selling author, JM Benjamin's new film, "Moves We Make" (2016),  "Enigma", written by Academy Award winner Alexander Dinelaris, and TLC's new series "Suddenly Rich". He can be seen in commercial spots for Pepsi, AT&T, Amazon, Spike TV, Subway and the new One World Trade Center to name a few."