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Nathalie Kelley

Born in Peru to a Peruvian mother and Argentine father, Nathalie immigrated to Sydney, Australia at 2 years old where she later attended the academically prestigious North Sydney Girls High School, whose alumni includes Nicole Kidman and Catherine Martin.

She showed an a interest in acting at a young age and enrolled in summer classes at NIDA. One of her teachers was Australian actor Nick Bishop who, 10 years later, would play her love interest on the ABC show Body of Proof.

As a teenager she spent her summers in Brazil where she immersed herself in Brazilian dance and learned to speak Portuguese fluently. When she was 18 years old she found herself living in São Paulo, Brazil, splitting her time between modeling for the agency L'Equipe and working with street children. The latter eventually convinced her to return to Australia and begin a degree in Political Science at the University Of New South Wales, majoring in Third World Development.

During her studies Nathalie volunteered with and became very close to Aboriginal community in the inner city suburb of Redfern. It was during his time that Nathalie's big break came when she booked the lead role in the Brad Kern/ Aaron Spelling pilot 'Mermaid', for which she deferred her degree and moved to Los Angeles.

A few months later she had booked a role in Fast and Furious Tokyo Drift as the lead female, Neela. For the role Nathalie learned Japanese in addition to drifting.

The movie was followed by roles in films such as Take Me Home Tonight, during which time she also starred in Bruno Mars' first solo release 'Just The Way You Are". Her role of Dani spanned 8 episodes over Season 2 of Body of Proof on ABC. And most recently Nathalie just wrapped a pilot for Lifetime titled Unreal. At the present moment Nathalie is writing and pitching a travel show.

In 2012 Nathalie embarked on an ongoing collaboration with cult photographer Neil Krug.

She is currently (in 2014) residing in Vancouver filming a new Series for Lifetime titled Unreal.

Ryan Bittle

Ryan Bittle is an American actor. He was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. Bittle attended The Juilliard School (group 31) in New York City, NY. He has been working in television and film for over 20 years. Some of his work includes Take Me Home Tonight, All My Children, Shameless and Sweet Valley High.

Deuandra T. Brown

Deuandra T. Brown (with Black/Persian/ Cherokee Indian and French ancestry). She is a Singer/Songwriter/Music Producer/ Model/Actress/Hip-Hop Dancer/ Filmmaker. Deuandra received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Motion Picture/Television Production in 2010 from Collins College. She was born and raised in Scottsdale, Arizona.

She began her career modeling for JC Penney and Sears catalogs. She has been modeling since she was a baby at age 7 months, and singing from the tender age of 3 years old. She began acting in school plays from the age of 5 years old.

At the age of 14 years old Deuandra got her first big start on this local TV Show called "Front Row Center", where she played many different characters. The show was aired on a local Arizona station on PAX TV which is now called AZTV. "Front Row Center" was produced by: StarBiz Entertainment. Deuandra enrolled in Starbiz Entertainment's acting classes and modeling classes.

That same year Deuandra was picked out of thousands of girls to model for Rumors Hair Salon in Scottsdale Arizona, that's when her picture was selected to be in the 101 Hairstyles Magazine. Deuandra landed the front cover of "College Times Magazine" in 2007. While working on modeling and acting, Deuandra is a natural born singer. Performing all over Arizona, in many different talent shows, charity events, birthday parties, and many different contests. Singing songs from different artist, Beyonce's "Work It Out", Deborah Cox- "Nobody's Supposed To Be here." Many songs by: Destiny's Child- "Nasty Girl", Say My Name, and Bills. Deuandra started writing her own songs and later perform those songs for different singing events. Original song written and composed by: Deuandra T. Brown's "Heart is Beating Fast" was enter in a radio contest also she perform it at the Alice Cooper Pudding Talent Show, as well as the Chicks with Picks Talent show audition at Paradise Lounge.

Deuandra fell in love with film making when she took up Media Communications her Junior Year of High School. That's where she learned about editing short videos, being in the Control Room for her High School TV News Show. Later her Senior Year she directed a "No Smoking Commercial," it was accept in the Student Phx Film Festival and was seen on her High School TV Show. Deuandra also wrote for Coronado High School Newspaper as the movie critic, and she was the movie critic for the TV show as well.

Deuandra first met Landon Pigg at his show in Scottsdale, AZ at Martini Ranch in 2007, she fell in love with Landon's music and decided to join his music street team. After that Deuandra fell in love with promoting bands, she join the team at Capitol Records, Atlantic Records, Aware Records, Doghouse Records, Fearless Records, Fuel By Ramen and Victory Records. She help promote many different bands, and artists(Paramore, Landon Pigg, Fall Out Boy, Cute Is What We Aim For, Bayside, Mandy Moore, Plan White Ts, Flyleaf, Placebo, Gym Class Heroes, Meg and Dia, Trey Songz, Keke Palmer, and many more.) Through the record labels with promotional tools on the web, on the streets and at the shows, Deuandra was promoting a show almost every night, hanging up posters, taking photos of fans, giving out CD samplers, passing out fliers and posters, and posting all over the web, etc.

When Deuandra got a phone call to play a casino player in the movie Wild Seven, this was Deuandra first time acting in a film. Deuandra was casted as a club dancer in the movie Jolene. When the casting director sent Deuandra an email to play a student in High School Musical 3, the job require 3 days in Salt Lake City, Utah. Deuandra was in college and was thrilled to play in the movie. When Deuandra audition for the movie Running on Empty Dreams, she came into character with attitude. The director was impressed with Deuandra's talent, and called Deuandra back for a 2nd audition. Deuandra landed the role as the rude waitress. On the set of the movie Take Me Home Tonight, Deuandra was chosen to play a mall shopper, she worked long hours on the set.

In college Deuandra decided to become a filmmaker, she set out to make horror/ psychological films. Her film company name is Detaron Productions. Deuandra T. Brown directed a few short films such as "23 Comes To Life, Young Love, The Eyez, Exposure, Pure Souls, and The Tattoo Of Life." Who Else To Blame? was Deuandra's 1st feature film as a director.

Annie Boon

A performer since age 11 in stage, television and film, Annie Boon is proud to be on the fast-track to success in Los Angeles. Annie has never stopped honing her craft, and when she is not on set, she is training with top professionals in the industry, studying a sound variety of techniques. She is proud to have been in an exclusive group of actors and directors participating in a 2-year Meisner Technique Intensive course.

In December 2011, Annie starred in an episode of "Hostage: Do or Die" on Investigation Discovery Channel, playing the highly emotional character of Bernice Bowen in the true story of Tampa's most notorious hostage crisis to date. Airing in the fall of 2011, Annie took on a challenging co-star role in a hit HBO series, a big step in the right direction for an up-and-coming actress. She also landed a lead role in the science fiction pilot Life Alone for the series H.O.P.E. Among a string of commercials and other steady screen work, Annie starred in the feature film Life In Transit with VerticalBlu Film Company that screened to sold out Harkins Theaters across Phoenix. Annie was awarded a principal role in Relativity Media's Take Me Home Tonight, that opened to raving audiences across the country on March 4. She has also been featured in the upcoming films Middle Men starring Luke Wilson, and Everything Must Go, starring Will Ferrel. Independent film credits include Closetman, After Life, Defcon 3, The Nephila, Half A Person, Harold, Human Like You, Inner Voices, and several more. She was named runner-up in the "Breakout Action Star" category at the 2011 Action on Film International Festival for her role as Abigail in Contingency. She now has three feature films in post-production, along with a constant stream of short films. Her commercial, industrial and music video credits are also extensive. Growing up in the theater, Annie has had lead and supporting roles in more than a dozen productions over a 12-year period.

In the Fall of 2010, Annie was awarded the "Best Actress" award for her lead role in the short film Vinyl, with Roughneck Pictures. In July 2010 Annie was awarded "Best Actress" for her role in Contingency. She was also awarded "Best Actress" in the film Five Minutes, as part of the IFP Phoenix/Phoenix Film Foundation's Beat the Clock Film Challenge. Her vast acting range enables her to play characters from the girl next door to distraught victim to a warm romantic lead or the hilarious best friend. Annie is represented by Blue Chip Entertainment.

Scott Konkel

He began acting in film while living in Arizona, where he was cast as a Banker (Uncredited) in the film "Take Me Home Tonight" which Starred Topher Grace, Anna Faris & Dan Fogler. Scott Was cast as Mark Strong's Stand-in on AMC's first and only season of "Low Winter Sun" and also portrayed a Uniform Police Officer in two episodes. Scott was most recently cast as a curfew violator (Uncredited) in the soon to be released film "Division 19". produced by Division 19, Gas Station 8 & ITS Capital(in association with). Scott was also cast as a Washington DC Police Officer in "12 Monkeys" that will air on SyFy channel in January 2015, Starring Aaron Stanford, Amanda Schull & Noah Bean.

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