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Lindsay Davis

Lindsay Davis Miss Ohio United States in 2011. A classically trained ballerina until a diagnosis of the heart condition Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy. Lindsay used her platform to support and bring awareness to cardiac related charities and causes. She speaks around the country educating on the benefits of genetic testing in at-risk heart patients, as well as working to pass legislation that will protect student athletes against sudden cardiac arrest in Ohio. She hopes to expand this critical legislation to all 50 states. A student of Fordham Universities School of Law's Fashion Modeling Law program, she is fighting to improve modeling industry standards and to establish fair working rights for models. Beyond her philanthropic passions, Lindsay is a model and actress and can be seen in small roles on Law and Order, Hunger Games - Catching Fire, and We're the Millers, to name a few.

Giovanna Basilio

Giovanna Basilio was born on January 20, 1995, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to Gabriela (Fabregas) and Roger Basilio. She has three siblings, Yesica Basilio, Aaron Basilio, and Ariadna Basilio. She is of Italian (mother) ancestry. Giovanna speaks fluent Spanish, yet English has been her primary language since the age of six, when her family moved to Boca Raton, Florida. Giovanna grew up around her father's work as a videographer and film editor (Roger Video Productions, Match Frame Productions). Her first acting experience occurred on the set of "Bastards" (2016), alongside actors Owen Wilson ("Zoolander", "Wedding Crashers", "No Escape") and Ed Helms ("The Hangover", "We're The Millers") directed by Lawrence Sher. She has been actively working as an extra on sets since.

Chanel Marriott

Born & raised in Perth, Western Australia, Chanel Marriott commenced acting at the age of seven, moving to professional acting at 13, in Lockie Leonard, an Australian children's television series adapted from the Lockie Leonard books by novelist Tim Winton. The series was filmed in Albany,Western Australia & screened on the Nine Network on 19 June 2007. A second series was filmed in 2009 & screened in 2010 in Australia, the UK and Ireland. Lockie Leonard was one of the most successful Australian children's television productions with two awards wins (AFI - Australian Film Institute for Best Children's Television Drama & Logie Award for Most Outstanding Children's Program) & nine nominations.

Chanel attended Penrhos College (2008-2010) participating in the school annual Dramafest & winning Best Play every year (The Rabbit, Our Day Out, The Devil You Know). Chanel earned four distinctions in consecutive years from 2007 through 2009 at LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art) examinations. Chanel was awarded two trophies (under 13 & under 15) AMEB Perth Speech & Drama Festival in 2008 & 2010.

Chanel starred in various film productions; Shanghai-La, Demons, The Man Who Loved Bears, Swim, Frog Boy, Duty Of Care (nominated West Australian Screen Awards & The Bare Bones International Film Festival, Oklahoma) & support roles in the multiple award winning feature Needle (four wins including a trophy at The International Screamfest,Los Angeles), Ravin's Cabin, 3am, Born Again Heathen (Gold Remi Winner, 42nd Annual World Fest-Houston International Film & Video Festival Award Competitions), Love That Zombie. The Department Of Nothing (Winner People's Choice Award & West Australian Screen Award). Chanel's other starring roles include the pilot productions, Feed & Among The Bumblebees.

Theatre productions include Clark in Sarajevo by Catherine Zimdahl, directed by Jenny Davis, a well known Perth director, actor & teacher. The cast was a group of 16 highly talented local young performers between the ages of 16 & 26 who won the privilege of being in this show in the highly competitive open auditions where more than 50 young actors vied for a part to celebrate the 21st Anniversary of the West Australian Youth Theatre Company.

Chanel was nominated for The Paul Treasure Acting Award by a Junior when she was only 13 in the production of Peter Pan (Marloo Theatre). Other theatre productions include The Miracle Worker (runner-up for The Robert Finley Award for Best Play), Angel's Children, Hush Little Celia (Dramafest Award winner), Lords & Ladies (The Robert Finlay Award for Best Ensemble).

In 2011, Chanel moved to Los Angeles immediately booking lead roles in productions; Penny Arcade, Only in Hollywood, After The Detention, Siblings, Jessica, Invisible Love, Black Sugar (world-premiere at Screamfest, Los Angeles & WINNER Best Short at New York City Horror Film Festival, New York), In Your Father's Shadow, Hold My Hand, Life & Death, Sunland, Doing Well, These Four Walls, The Last Request Of Sheriff Johnson.

Chanel guest starred in CBS television series Hawaii Five-0 Season 5 Episode 5 as Young Ellie Clayton playing opposite actor William Sadler which aired in the US on October 24th, 2014. Chanel booked the lead role of Lynx in the action/sci-fiction pilot series Subject 5 with fight choreography by the 87 Eleven stunt team (Bourne, Mr & Mrs Smith, Hunger Games). Chanel will portray Alison in the feature Alison's Choice filming set to commence January 2015.

In 2012, a highlight in Chanel's career was being one of the final two actors under consideration for 5 weeks for the lead role of Melissa in New Line Cinema's feature We're the Millers. She was invited to the table read w/ cast including Jennifer Aniston, Ed Helms, Jason Sudeikis, Nick Offerman, Will Poulter, Director - Rawson Thurber, Executive Producers, Casting Directors, Writers & Producers. The role of Melissa eventually went to the other actor in the mix, Molly Quinn from the hugely popular television show Castle. The remaining lead roles in We're the Millers were also filled by name actors including Emma Roberts and Kathryn Hahn. Executives electing an ALL star ensemble for the feature film.

In May 2014 Chanel WON Best Performance Lead Actress at The 35th Annual Young Artist Awards, Hollywood for her portrayal of Penny in the film, Penny Arcade. Chanel has been nominated twice in consecutive years for The Gala Youth Event. In 2013, Chanel for Best Actress at The 34th Annual Young Artist Awards, Hollywood for her performance in the Screen Australia production, Bombay Beach - a finalist in The Open Road Film Festival, Sydney, Australia.

Other supporting roles include Days Of Our Lives, feature films Lady Bug starring Christopher Showerman (George Of The Jungle 2), Road To The Open starring Golden Globes nominated and MTV- Silver Bucket of Excellence Award winning actor Judd Nelson (Billionaire Boys Club, The Breakfast Club) and the Academy Award nominated & multi-award (including a Lifetime Achievement Award) winning actor Eric Roberts (Runaway Train, Silver Case, Less Than Perfect), The Secret Lives of Dorks starring Teen Choice Award winner, Beau Mirchoff (Choice TV Breakout Performance for Awkward) & Oscar Award nominated & six time award winning actress, Jennifer Tilly (Bullets Over Broadway, Bride Of Chucky, Seed Of Chucky, Liar Liar), The Yellow Wallpaper, Undina, Synchronicity.

Marriott has appeared on stage in Los Angeles, 2012 when she starred in Ornament Exchange, written by Jan Michael Alejandro & directed by Alison Eliel Kalmus, founder of AKT (Alison Kalmus Theater) & Southern California Lyric Theater. Chanel starred in new media pilot productions Don't Look, Stage To Screen: Classics On Camera, Only In My Family & been featured in several episodes of Teens Wanna Know.

Daniel Spink

Daniel Spink is an American film and television actor that began his acting career in typical fashion: performing in school productions and community theater. He was born in Philaldelphia, PA, and was raised by Marsh Spink, a Philadelphia Realtor and Helyn Spink, a retired elementary school teacher, in the nearby suburbs of Abington, PA. It was at The William Penn Charter School (founded in 1689 by William Penn in Philadelphia) where he lettered in soccer, lacrosse, and swimming. Daniel was ranked as the top goalie in the Inter-Academic League of Philadelphia his senior year. His first lead role came in the 10th grade in a play written by schoolmate Adam Goldberg, creator of television's The Goldbergs (2013-). Daniel earned his bachelor of arts and bachelor of science degrees at Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, graduating in 2000. It was at Bucknell that Daniel really found his passion for acting, starring in university productions of "The Ferriswheel", "Snakebit", "Spittin' Image", "Private Wars", and as Simon Gascoyne in Tom Stoppard's "The Real Inspector Hound". It was during the summers of college that Daniel first spent time in Los Angeles, CA, interning with casting directors Sheila Jaffe and Mary Vernieu to learn about the casting process behind the camera. Daniel began his professional career in acting as "Guy With Monkey" in the smash hit comedy American Pie (1999), reprising the role throughout the American Pie franchise. To date, Daniel has appeared in successful television shows including a stint on ER (1994) as psychopath Tyler Pollard, and in numerous big budget studio films including The Butterfly Effect (2004) and most recently Before We Go (2015), starring opposite close friend, Chris Evans. He's also responsible for a number of viral comedy videos online including Don't Hassel The Hoff (video 2009) and The Carlton Dance (video 2012). Daniel has two older brothers that are also in the entertainment business. Older brother Brian Spink (II) is a successful manager of writers and directors at Realm Lit, while oldest brother is producer J.C. Spink of Benderspink, behind such hits as The Hangover (2009) and We're The Millers (2014). Daniel's hobbies include surfing, golf, riding vintage motorcycles, horseback riding, snowboarding, lifting weights, and traveling.

Tucker Tooley

Tucker Tooley is a film producer and CEO of Tooley Productions LLC. His films have earned more than $1.2 billion at the domestic box office. Most recently, Tooley was President of Relativity Media, where he was responsible for overseeing the company's day-to-day film and television operations. Under Tooley's leadership, Relativity Studios earned numerous Oscar® and Golden Globe® nominations, and three of its releases opened number one at the box office. In addition, he was instrumental in the launch of the company's television division which, in 2015, sold to private equity firms for $125 million.

Prior to becoming President of the company, Tooley was President of Worldwide Production at Relativity Studios, where he played an integral role in the acquisition of Overture Films's marketing and distribution operations, transforming Relativity from a slate financing entity into a full-fledged independent studio.

While at Relativity, Tooley was an early advocate for and executive-produced David O. Russell's The Fighter, which earned seven Oscar nominations and won two. Also, he produced or executive-produced Neil Burger's Limitless, starring Bradley Cooper, and the action-thriller Act of Valor, both of which opened number one at the domestic box office. Other credits include: Dear John, starring Channing Tatum and Amanda Seyfried; Nicholas Sparks's Safe Haven; and Steven Soderbergh's Haywire.

In addition, Tooley produced the 2013 summer box-office hit We're the Millers, which grossed $270 million worldwide.

Prior to joining Relativity, Tooley served as CEO of Tooley Productions, where he produced television shows and feature films such as Lee Daniels' Shadowboxer and Ric Roman Waugh's Felon. Before that, he ran the production company Newman/Tooley Films with Vincent Newman. He began his film career at Interlight Pictures.

Tooley is a Member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as well as the Producers Guild of America. He earned his B.A. at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and in 2009 was named "Executive of the Year" by the Ischia Global Film Festival.

Joshua R. Aragon

Joshua Aragon, born on February 14, 1984 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, grew up in Seattle, Washington from 1990-1999 before moving back to Albuquerque. Son of Ron, a District Manager for The Albuquerque Journal newspaper, and Phyllis, a youth coordinator. Joshua's brother, Aaron, is a professional photographer and his sister-In-law Meaghan, owns her own baking company called (Sweet Delights by Meaghan) . Aragon's two sons are a major inspiration in his quest to be a mainstay on the big screen. In 1990, Joshua started working at Get Dwn Entertainment handling duties such as graphic design, running the studio, and booking artists. Between the ages of 6 and 20, Aragon was also a Sound FX mobile disc jockey. In 2008, Aragon started working in the film industry doing background work. Since 2008, Aragon can be seen on television series such as "Breaking Bad", "In Plain Sight", "Easy Money", as well as principal roles in movies such as "We're The Millers", "2Guns", "Frontera", "Force Of Exectition", and more. Working alongside the likes of Denzel Washington, Mark Wahlberg, Jennifer Anistion, Eva Longoria, Michael Pena, Ed Harris, and various other actors and actresses has allowed Aragon to learn from and work with some of the best in the industry. In 2011, Aragon started the ILLFest Concert Series, in which the likes of Rittz, Crooked I, Chino XL, Diabolic, Apathy, Brotha Lynch Hung, Twista, and other artists were brought to the stages of Albuquerque. Utilizing his ability in promotions and marketing, Aragon has been involved with numerous successful concerts and events as well as helping spread the sounds of artists Reno and TrebolClef. In January of 2013, Aragon started doing prop work, which has expanded his knowledge and abilities to carry over to behind the camera. With movies such as "ForceOfExecution", "Scorch Trials", "Sicario", "BigSky" and TV shows such as "Dig", "Manhattan Project" & NBC's newest show "ThePlayer". Aragon steadily shows his support to his city, state, and other individuals pursuing their goals.

Chris Norden

From his acting debut in 1969 at age 7, Chris went professional in 1976 in the role of "Charlie" in the internationally-broadcast PBS-produced series, "Parent Effectiveness." Since then, he has worked in San Diego, Los Angeles, Seattle, Santa Fe and Albuquerque, and in North and South Carolina, appearing in 47 films, pilots, TV commercials and training films; 33 plays and musicals; and as a print model for ad campaigns appearing in national magazines.

A character voiceover artist, Chris created the original voices for over a hundred characters back in the 1980s for San Diego-based International Educational Recordings (a children's record company). He was heard for years as the voices of "Paul, the MUSC Amoco Polar Bear," "Prioleau, the Lowcountry's Richest Golfer" and the ADDY award-winning "Bernice the Administrative Assistant" in spots for the Kirkman Broadcasting family of stations in Charleston, South Carolina, a company for whom he voiced well over a hundred spots.

From February 2011 through October 2012, Chris returned to New Mexico, working once again there as a SAG-AFTRA actor in television and film projects including NBC's 1866-era Civil War pilot, "Reconstruction," directed by Peter Horton; the A&E series "Longmire" with Lou Diamond Phillips; "As Cool As I Am" with Claire Danes and Alanis Morissette; HBO Films' "Game Change" with Ed Harris, Julianne Moore and Woody Harrelson; the Joss Whedon/Marvel Studios epic, "The Avengers," starring Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson and Mark Ruffalo; USA Network's "In Plain Sight;" "Blaze You Out" with the late Elizabeth Peña; "We're the Millers" with Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis; as the Prison Chaplain in the Discovery Channel documentary, "Death Row: The Final 24 Hours," produced by the UK's leading producer of factual television, WAGtv; in the lead role of George the ex-cop in the Rainer Moore short, "The Bend;" and as infamous New Mexico rancher Oliver Milton Lee in the 1896-era Sean Pilcher/Matt Wilson Western, "Among the Dust of Thieves," which premiered January 10, 2013.

Sean Chandler

Sean Chandler was born March 9, 1998 in Raleigh, NC. He is known for his roles in Keller Nation, Red Zone, Max Steel,and We're the Millers. Sean enjoys military movies, skateboarding and sports. Once believing he was going to be the next Derek Jeter and play for the New York Yankees, he now wants to make movies and dance.

Vincent Newman

Vincent Newman graduated from the University of California at Santa Barbara as a political science major. He began a career as a feature film producer in 1999, after a post-collegiate career in public and community service working for the United States House of Representatives and the Union Rescue Mission of Los Angeles.

With initial success making a number of small budget independent films, his development slate expanded to include projects of all sizes based on original material, fiction and non-fiction novels and other branded IP. With multiple feature film and television projects in studio, independent and network development, his credits include Poolhall Junkies, which received an ESPY Award nomination for Best Sports Film; A Man Apart, starring Vin Diesel and Larenz Tate; and Red Dawn, starring Chris Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson and Adrianne Palicki.

Most recently, Vincent produced the comedy feature, We're the Millers for New Line/Warner Bros. The film stars Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis, and is directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber. The breakout comedy of 2013, the film reached $150 million at the domestic theatrical box office and over $270 million at the worldwide theatrical box office.

Kara Williamson

Kara has worked in the entertainment industry for the past 17 years. She has worked on films with key figures such as Jennifer Aniston, Antonio Banderas, Jason Sudekis, and Donald Sutherland, on high-profile projects such as "The Hunger Games", "We're the Millers", "Banshee" and "Reckless".

Her knowledge of the industry is profound and her safety first mindset is an extremely vital asset to have in the entertainment business. Her creative mind stems from her prior experience in both above and below the line positions including art department, production design and production. She works to help translate the directors vision from words on a page to sets on a stage.

Gregory French

Gregory French was born October 13th, 1969 in Gouverneur, NY. He was involved in the local theater until graduating from High School and joining the US Air Force. Gregory left the Air Force after serving during operation Desert Storm, and moved to Myrtle Beach, SC, where he attended Coastal Carolina University for Marine Science. Gregory currently lives in the Myrtle Beach, South Carolina area, close the East Coast acting hot spots of Wilmington, Atlanta, and Charlotte.

He got his start in professional acting when a friend who was in the business asked him if he wanted to be in a commercial he was shooting. That commercial led to several others, and before too long, Greg decided to try his hand on the big screen. He is regularly on TV programs including "The Walking Dead" and "Under the Dome" and has had small parts in several movies such as "Iron Man 3", "Parental Guidance", and "We're the Millers." He also enjoys the Indie Film world, where he has earned starring roles in movies such as the horror film, "The Legend of 7 Toe Maggie," and the military comedy, "Weekend Warriors." Gregory is represented by Reel Sisters Talent out of Wilmington, NC.

Jeremy Vause

Jeremiah Scott is an actor from Georgetown, SC. His first roles were as a waiter and a corpse in the Barry Levinson directed horror film "The Bay." Since then Jeremiah has worked on many TV shows including the J.J. Abrams hit "Revolution" and the breakout Cinemax original series "Banshee." He has also made appearances on "Army Wives," "One Tree Hill," "Eastbound and Down" and has worked on the feature films "Safe Haven" and "We're The Millers" (currently in post production).

Recently, Jeremiah is best known for his appearances as walkers (zombies) in Season Three of "The Walking Dead." In episode 315 "This Sorrowful Life," he is killed by fan-favorite Michonne (Danai Gurira). Most notably, he appeared in the season finale as the walker killed by Beth (Emily Kinney). Following the episode Jeremiah was featured on "Talking Dead" in the "In Memoriam" segment and was given the name "Beth Finally Kills A Walker Walker." The scene generated so much buzz among "The Walking Dead" fans that it caused a social media explosion and ended up being a worldwide Twitter trending topic. Many fans were calling the scene the "best zombie kill ever" and referred to Jeremiah as their "favorite walker."

In addition to acting, Jeremiah is a singer, songwriter and recording artist. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music from Coastal Carolina University. As a singer, he has performed extensively throughout the Southeast in various events and stage productions and his original work has also been featured at the "Hollywood Vibe" and "Showstoppers Dance Conventions." His original songs "In the Mirror" and "Dance Floor Daydream" are available in the iTunes Store, and he is currently working on new material with plans to release new music later in the year.

Juliet Lochrin

Juliet Lochrin is best known for her work as lead roles in various short films, and appearances on television. She was born on October 26, 1999 to Margot Lochrin and grew up in Sydney, Australia with her younger brother and sister. Juliet attends the Conservatorium [of Music] High School as a violinist and oboist.

Before Juliet became an actress, she focused solely on becoming a professional musician. Still pursuing music, Juliet was first discovered by casting director Lisa Beach, CSA. (known for 'We're the Millers' (2013) and 'Horrible Bosses' (2011)) and actor Peter Mochrie (known for Shortland Street (1992)) in an intensive acting course: 'The Actors' Residency', in July 2013. It was here that Juliet discovered her passion for acting and was determined to turn it into a career. Since then, she has been training intensively at prestigious acting schools in Sydney, as as AIPA, NIDA and ATYP, and has been involved in various master classes with casting directors and directors, constantly honing her craft.

Now, Juliet is breaking into the US industry after being selected to participate in a rigorous course, the 'Professional Actors' Masterclass'.

Tripp Allen

Tripp Allen is an actor, writer, and production assistant. He was born in Chattanooga, TN on February 27, 1991 and moved to Hilton Head Island, SC in 2005. He currently lives in Wilmington, NC where he has worked on such productions as "We're The Millers," "Under The Dome" and "Sleepy Hollow."

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