Growing up in New York, Veronika revealed her love for performing from a young age. She pursued her passion with the support of her family.
After getting a taste of the limelight in countless school productions, she decided to launch herself into the entertainment industry full force. After competing in a popular talent competition, she was discovered, and signed by, Seth Greenky at Green Key Management. Within days she had her first major audition and has not stopped shining ever since.
After working opposite Mos Def in "Cadillac Records," her manager introduced her to her future agent. Veronika was accepted to study theater at the University of Southern California. Upon graduation and her official move from New York to Los Angeles, Veronika has been avidly working in Film/TV; she had her first appearance at Sundance 2012 for the film, "For A Good Time Call." With a well-rounded perspective, a bubbly personality, and passion for the arts, her star quality is sure to be recognized as Hollywood's next "It" girl.
Jamie Travis is a Canadian filmmaker who has directed award-winning films, music videos and television commercials. He received international recognition for his two short film trilogies: The Patterns Trilogy and the Saddest Children in the World trilogy. His six shorts, all of which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, have drawn comparisons to filmmakers such as David Lynch, Todd Solondz, Peter Greenaway and Wes Anderson. Travis' first feature film For a Good Time, Call... was released by Focus Features in 2012 after debuting at the Sundance Film Festival.
Travis has directed music videos for renowned Canadian indie artists Tegan and Sara and crafted characteristically stylish television commercials for prominent brands and organizations.
MTV's comedy series Faking It marks Travis' debut as a television director.
Jennie Floyd is an American actress. Born in Alabama, she has been singing and dancing since the age of three, and after retiring early from a successful business career in 2001, she appeared in a community theatre production of "Little Shop of Horrors" and has been acting ever since. Jennie was an excellent student and attended the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) on a full scholarship. She excelled at UAH, graduating Summa Cum Laud and winning awards for Most Outstanding Business Student and Management Student.
Jennie has extensive credits on stage, in film and TV, and on the web. She has appeared in numerous student and short films, including award winners "Reflections of a Life" and "Death by Scrabble," a silent film in which she played the lead. Her first lead role in a feature film was in the all-improvised "Child of God," directed by independent auteur Alejandro Adams in San Jose. She also has supporting roles in the independent films "Justice on the Border," "Mommy and Me," "Divine Unrest," and "The Best Sex," and a featured role in the Seth Rogen comedy, "For a Good Time Call..." On TV, she has a impressive number of credits in the re-enactment genre, appearing in several episodes of "I Didn't Know I was Pregnant" and "1000 Ways to Die" as well as in a lead role in "I'm Alive." Jennie also was featured in the critically acclaimed web comedy, "Held Up," from the writing team of the Sklar Brothers.
Jennie is a prolific stage actor, and has performed Shakespeare as well as musical theatre, opera and original plays on San Francisco Bay Area stages. After moving to LA, in August of 2009 she won her first LA stage role, performing "Ally" in the award-winning monologues show,"Sex, Relationships, and Sometimes...Love," by Joelle Arqueros. A member of SkyPilot Theatre Company since 2011, she has performed leads in the world premieres of "Rewind," "To the New Girl...," and "Plane Talk." Jennie also produced "To the New Girl" and SkyPilot's first romantic comedy, "Lights Off, Eyes Closed," to critical and commercial acclaim.
Jennie is a member of SAG-AFTRA and works regularly in both comedic and dramatic roles. She lives in Hollywood.