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Molly Ephraim

Born and raised in Pennsylvania, Molly began working professionally at age thirteen at Philadelphia's Prince Music Theater in a production of "The Snow Queen." Soon after she played Little Red Ridinghood in the Arden Theater's production of "Into the Woods," for which she was nominated for a Barrymore Award. She went on to reprise this role when she made her Broadway debut at 15 in "Into the Woods" on Broadway in 2002, and was nominated for a Drama League Award. Molly also performed in the Broadway revival of "Fiddler on the Roof" in 2004. She then attended Princeton University where she was a member of the Triangle Club, and graduated in 2008 with a B.A. in Religion. During this time she also made her film debut in Disney's "College Road Trip" as Wendy Greenhut. After graduating, Molly performed in several Off-Broadway plays including "End Days" at Ensemble Studio Theater, and in some television work including "Royal Pains" and an HBO Pilot, "The Wonderful Maladys." Molly has starred in several regional productions, including the "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" at Barrington Stage Company and North Shore Music Theatre in 2008, and Westport Country Playhouse's 2010 production of "The Diary of Anne Frank" in which she played Anne. Molly is best known for her role in the 2010 movie "Paranormal Activity 2" in which she plays teenage daughter, Ali and the ABC comedy written by Jack Burditt and starring Tim Allen, entitled "Last Man Standing"

Lonny Ross

Lonny Ross is an American comedy actor and writer.

As part of the ensemble cast on the NBC sitcom 30 Rock, he received a nomination for a Screen Actors Guild Award and an AFI Award for his work as Josh Girard, the naive yet lovable sketch comedy actor.

Lonny also appeared on the live-action Cartoon Network series, Level Up, as Max Ross, the eccentric billionaire video-game designer. At San Diego Comic-Con, Lonny participated in a Level Up cast panel discussion.

He has appeared in the films, Good Luck Chuck, The Rocker, and College Road Trip. He has been a guest on Conan O'Brien and Carson Daly.

Lonny has written for IFC, Comedy Central, and Nickelodeon.

Tina Fey has described Lonny as "funny and nice." She also described him as "Illeana Douglas if she did the stage version of Boys Don't Cry."

Ds Brechner

He began his professional entertainment career in the "smoking hot" South Beach music scene. He became well known making hot Miami Bass tracks in the early 1990's. Ds worked with some of the biggest names in the South Florida music scene. Musicians, Rap and Hip/Hop stars such as, Aka Jealous J "Jim Jonsin Record Producer" who did beats for Lil Jon, T.I., B.O.B., Nelly, Lil Wayne and Eminem, Trick Daddy, PitBull, Justin Bieber, Beyonce, Lil Jon, Usher to name a few. He also owned his own record label at the age of (16), Ozone Records Inc. and teamed up with the group called MVP with Singer/Actor JayLeopardi MVP who did the song "Do It To Me", which hit the charts on Always Fresh Records and was produced by Danny "D" who did "Boom I Got Your Girl-friend and also helped with All-stars of Bass of SoSo Def Records. He also teamed up with Kenny "G" from the Get Some -Crew and did a song called "Let me see you shake for Money". Ds moved on to the Atlanta, GA club scene and one of the biggest parties in the ATL for SoSo Def Records at SoHo Night Club again making his mark as a top notch club "DJ". Ds worked in and out of the studio cutting CD's with some of the top names on the east coast, but something was missing and Ds knew exactly what it was. He wanted to write and so it began... First, just short outlines which developed into full blown screenplays. Ds had the ambition but he needed to learn the technique. In 1999, Ds took his passion for the written word to the next level and started to write feature film scripts. He worked at the craft, day and night perfecting his own unique style. He became a student of best-selling author and screenwriter, Lee Shargel. Ds attended Lee's creative writing course entitled, "Peeling the Onion," this was the catalyst. He then went on to write his first major screenplay, "Breach". The year was 2002 and the place was the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. Ds kept at it, honing his writing craft and learning the ropes of the film business. From there, he continued working on screenplays for feature films and went on to write several pilot projects. Television /Film: In 2006 Ds started working with Blake Snyder who wrote the book "Save the Cat". He worked hand and hand with Blake learning the ropes in Hollywood, acquiring the tools needed to move ahead as a screen writer. In 2007 Ds linked up with Darice Rollins best known for movies "College Road Trip" (associate producer) 2008, "Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins" (associate producer) 2007, "Wild Hogs" (associate producer) 2006, "Big Momma's House 2" (associate producer) 2005, "Rebound"(associate producer), "Mo' Money" (assistant to producers) 1992, "Bad Boys II" (executive assistant: Mr. Lawrence). In 2010 Ds worked with Scott Storch on a few projects and then took a hiatus. Ds is represented by the talent agency Avail Talent, out of Orange County California with agent Joaquin Sahaghun who Ds is signed too now. In 2016 Ds wrote two scripts, the film Runner and the film The Diamond Chase. He is currently working on getting the film produced in 2017.

George Boseman

George Boseman is best known for being able to do close to perfect voice impersonations of celebrities. His Snoop Dogg impersonation was featured on the highly popular web series "College Humor".As an actor George Boseman's first success was starring in the Film (Red Means Go) that was handpicked by celebrity actor/director James Franco receiving a award from the Producers Guild of America organization. He has been in TV Episodes, and Movies such as 30 Rock, Law and Order SVU, CollegeHumor's Comedy Music Hall of Fame, and College Road Trip.

Joey Chanlin

Joey Chanlin is an American Actor based in New York City. Having lived in Hong Kong for 7 years and Taipei for 5 years Chanlin is fluent in both Mandarin and Cantonese. He also speaks Shanghainese-Chinese with his family where is Mother's side of the family is originally from. Chanlin's multi-cultural upbringing allowed him to be open-minded and creative.

After composing a song at age 3, his family was convinced that she should be placed in some sort of artistic training- thus he started training in Classical Organ and Piano at age 5. His musical ability brought him to his first Piano recital at age 6. Also a singer and composer, Chanlin was hand -picked by the principal of his elementary school to star in an A Capella trio singing group called "The Sun, The Moon and The Star" which has performed extensively throughout Asia.

In 2008 Chanlin Scored his debut film appearance in "Frozen River" which went on to win the Grand Jury Prize of Sundance Film Festival and 2 Oscar Nomiantions. The film also went on to sweep the Independent Spirit Awards. In 2008 Chanlin also had his first Disney Role in Martin Lawrence & Raven Symone's "College Road Trip".

Darice Rollins

Darice loves to have a career where no day is ever the same and so she chose Entertainment. Her varied experiences keep her challenged and excited about the next project. She began at Boston's CBS affiliate, WNAC-TV, WNEV-TV where she learned her craft from the ground up. Rollins became a bonafide producer, with talk shows, game shows, variety and documentaries under her belt, working with David Brudnoy, renowned theatre critic turned talk show host; Alan Dershowitz the host for Prime Concern, Kitty Dukakis who co-hosted a lifestyle show and LOOK magazine among the many shows that she was involved in producing. After a major blizzard, Rollins chased the sun to Los Angeles, California, in search of her smile and new opportunities, She completed brief stints in reality programming, and national talk shows rounding out her already seasoned dossier. Eventually, Rollins ended up at Lorimar Studios a new babe in the hottest studio in town at the time. This led to work on her first sitcom with Redd Foxx, which led to other sitcoms under the tutelage of Ed. Weinberger, who would buy her first sitcom script (Amen) (NBC) and start her on the path as a sitcom writer. Rollins continued to climb to other sitcoms including Royal Family, Dear John, Mr. President, Honor Bound, Baby Talk, Sparks, Good News, Man In the Family and more.. Rollins learned to handle herself in some of the toughest writing rooms in Hollywood and was contacted by the EP of Fox's new sitcom "Martin". Rollins took the job and went on to sell numerous scripts on the series. At the end of the series, Martin Lawrence asked Rollins to work as Director of Development of his production company, Runteldat Entertainment, which she did for many years, Rollins' experience grew when ML brought her onto the film set as his E.A, on Bad Boys 2 and then as A. P. on several of his blockbuster films that followed including Big Momma's House 2 and Like Father Like Son (BM- 3), College Road Trip, Wild Hogs, Rebound, Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins, Animated Film and TV pilot - Open Season (Sony) and L'il Shorty (MTV); TV Show (EP) Martin Lawrence Presents First Amendment Standup. Rollins also taught comedy comedy writing for several semesters at UCLA. Most recently, Rollins created a show along with Firecracker Films called "Preacher's Wives" which aired on Lifetime in 2013, A force to be reckoned with, Darice Rollins is the real deal in the industry.

6 names.