Sophie Gotberg Knight

Sophie Knight began her career as a commercial actress in Miami and New York City. Her lifelong interest in film and television led her to seek further theatrical training at HB Studios. Exciting opportunities later inspired her to move to Los Angeles where currently she has a supporting role in the short film “Coginitive” that has been accepted into 21 film festivals and already winning 3 of them. She also has a supporting role in feature “SATF” that will be released in 2020. On top of acting, she produced, co-wrote, and co-starred in two short films and an eight episode web series. She also produced a short documentary that followed the stories of refugee women around the world. Sophie continued her studies in Los Angeles at renowned theaters and studios such as Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB), The Groundlings, Lesley Kahn Company, and The Actors Company. She joined Speed Reels Studio as an editor and a coach in her continued pursuit for meaningful involvement with the acting community.

Sarah Rhoades

Sarah Rhoades is an American film and television actress who has been featured on Nickelodeon, the Disney Channel, TBS, Cartoon Network, and ABC. She has also appeared in multiple award winning indie films as both an actor and voiceover artist. Her experience expands to theater, print and commercials- working on numerous projects for the Disney Company, Los Angeles Lakers, Universal, Bratz, Adidas and Barbie.

Sarah is a lifelong performer trained in a vast range of the arts. Growing up a dancer- she graduated from OCSA and won several national titles before starting a professional career. She has studied at various acting studios including Brian Reese and Second City, taking courses on scene study, character research, cold reading, dialects and on-camera technique. Knowing the importance of education, Sarah also earned a Bachelor of Arts in Entertainment.

In the age of the influencer, it’s great to be one! Sarah (@the.blonde.jedi) has earned a dedicated following from both fans and brands alike through the art of Cosplay. She makes public appearances at various events including Red Carpets, PopUps, and Comic Conventions, sharing interviews and photos for publication.

A Los Angeles native with strong family values- Sarah makes sure to always stay true to herself. The dog mom of two continues to let love lead her life and uses her platform to spread awareness in the fight for equality… She will definitely be going over the time limit in her Oscar speech!

Jennifer Castillo

Jennifer Castillo is a TV/film and commercial actor who has worked on numerous projects with reputable companies, such as Disney and FOX. She also has experience as both a host and spokesperson and booked the lead hosting role for the pilot episode of “All Good.” Her strongest credit to date comes from when she played the role of Andrea Wicks on “Supreme Justice.” The best of Jennifer is yet to come, as interest in her as an actor has recently sky rocketed, partly due to her ongoing training.

Jennifer has been enrolled in classes at the “Susan Giosa Acting Workshop” located in Santa Monica, California for well over a year. The class is taught by credible acting coach and actor, Susan Giosa, who puts a twist on techniques she learned from her mentor, Larry Moss. The class is divided into two parts and includes Advanced Scene Study and an emotional exercise portion called Freeing Your Emotional Core Level 2. Other training that Jennifer has done consists of Scene Study/Character Development with Ricki Maslar, Character Analysis with Patrick Baca, Audition Technique with Margie Haber, and Improv with Doug Morency from Second City.

Jennifer has also booked theatrical projects with roles in “The Ultimate Commitment” and “Funny You Should Ask.” She looks to continue to break down doors to reach her goal of becoming a household name in film and television. She has also had substantial roles in music videos. The most well-known videos include “Just Us” by DJ Khaled and SZA and “Wake up” by Travis Scott and The Weekend which was directed by Jonah Hill. Jennifer has also been successful in the commercial world, booking nationals for Ford and State Farm, where she worked alongside actor/magician Justin Willman. In addition to acting jobs, Jennifer has also excelled in print modeling. She has done numerous jobs with esteemed companies like Living Spaces and Embassy Suites.

Though acting is her passion, Jennifer is much more than “just an actor.” With all of her roots from the Dominican Republic, she is deeply embedded in her Latin culture. Jennifer is bilingual and has booked jobs because of her ability to speak Spanish. She is also a dancer, which she says is “in her blood.” She takes pride in her ability to dance all styles, but her favorites are salsa and hip-hop. She is dedicated to working out and loves to hike. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Sam Houston State University. For years, Jennifer has loved to read plays. She feels this is how to really learn how to act because you have to create the character on your own rather than copying what’s seen on TV and in movies. With this approach and her well-rounded skill set, Jennifer will soon be coming to a theater near you.

Kelly Hall

Kelly is an actress and improviser who can be seen on numerous networks including Investigation Discovery and Oxygen. She has appeared in shows such as Blood Relatives, Three Days to Live and My Crazy Birth Story. Kelly has also been featured in Snapchat’s Face Forward, Youtube’s AwesomenessTV, and Yarn’s Still Searching.

Kelly has been studying acting her entire life from a theater magnet program in grade school all the way to pursuing a degree in theatre from Florida State University where she practiced Stanislavski, and Meisner techniques. Kelly also studied scene study, mask work, and Shakespeare at the Theater Academy London. Since her time in LA, Kelly has taken Killian McHugh’s Commercial Acting class. She has also fully immersed herself in the UCB curriculum having completed all of the core classes offered.

Kelly is an avid improviser and performs regularly with her indie group Small Doctor. You can see them perform at The Clubhouse, The Improv Space, and Moving Arts. Most recently, Kelly has appeared in a commercial for Aukey and her voice has appeared in numerous commercials including Credit Sesame, Red Stripe, and Aveda. Kelly became SAG eligible after acting in an industrial for TBS with 30 Rock‘s John Early.

Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Kelly enjoys anything that allows her to be in the Los Angeles sunshine, from swimming to hiking. Kelly also loves various forms of exercise including Zumba, Crossfit, and Yoga. Kelly’s biggest guilty pleasure is frequenting local karaoke spots and being a crowd favorite.

Kelly is thrilled to take this next jump in her career and is one step closer to being the leading funny lady in an Emmy winning sitcom!

Julia Knox

Julia Knox got her start in entertainment as a child model in New Orleans. After falling in love, she went on to study in a rigorous acting high school program where she hit television and the big screen through MTV’s Inbetweeners and Renee, briefly working with Taika Waititi. She went on to study at Yvonne Suhor’s Acting Studio, Art’s Sake Studio, in Orlando, Florida where she has been invited to advanced classes for her hard work, dedication, talent, and love for her craft. She has also taken classes at SAK Comedy Studio for Improv and performs Stand Up Comedy in whatever city she is in. Julia has taken over the Orlando acting scene and is now bringing what she has to offer to Los Angeles! When not on set, you can find her at a comedy open mic, singing in the shower, or training for obstacle course races! Julia is looking forward to making her dream come true of being in Michael Schur’s latest sitcom and Aaron Sorkin’s next feature film!

Shannon Hemmings

Shannon Hemmings is an actress, host, voiceover artist, live- streamer and storyteller. She has been seen on television in co-starring roles for CMT, TV One, and the Discovery Network.  She’s been featured in commercials for companies such as Kaiser and Hansgrohe. Shannon is also an experienced Voice over actress, working on projects for The Buffalo Science Museum,  NRG Systems, Tricentis and many other productions. 

Native to Miami, she received extensive theatre training from the S.T.A.R. Magnet program. Shannon then minored in Theatre at the University of West Florida before her big move to Atlanta.  From there, she trained with Nick Conti at the Professional Actors Studio, learning the Meisner technique and Stanislovski.  She also took private classes with Vince Piscani mastering the art of script analysis, Improv, and movement work. Along with on camera and theatre classes, she also privately trained with Deborah Richards on the art of Voiceover and editing.  

 While television and film are Shannon’s main focus , you can also find her on Instagram @shanhem1, on the popular streaming app Bigo Live, and on YouTube as Shannon Hemmings. Shannon has embraced the life of being a social media influencer and uses her platform to try and inspire others to live life to the fullest, to smile, and to laugh. She also loves traveling and immersing herself in different cultures. She has interned abroad in London and studied abroad in Paris. She has also visited Turkey, Scotland, Jamaica, Trinidad, Greece, Japan, Amsterdam, Italy, Poland, and more.  Shannon uses her experience and exposure to different cultures and ways of life to create characters that are honest and full. Shannon is excited to use her talent and skills on upcoming projects in the future!

Chelsi Stancil

Chelsi has become a rising sensation here in LA after taking a leap of faith and moving to LA two years ago. She was born in Miami, Florida and raised in Birmingham, Alabama. After only two years in LA, her career has taken it’s wings.

She can be seen on multiple Stella Rosa Wine Company billboards across California, Florida, Las Vegas, and Tennessee. She has shined in commercials for eHarmony, Measure and Made Jean Company, and Glow by Daye Hair. She has strutted on several runways for NYFA, LAFW, OCFW, Angel Brinks Couture for Cancer Fashion Show, Walk Fashion Show, The Movement Fashion Show, and iSlay Fashion Show. She has led a plethora of Theatrical productions including, Hedda Gabler, Becky’s New Car, A Song for Corretta, and King Richard III. She has shined on the screen in many short films and webisodes such as Dirty White, Shayla’s Catch, and Set it Off 2.

Chelsi has studied at Alabama State University and the University of Florida to obtain a B.A. and M.F.A in Acting. She has specialized in Improv under Tim Altmeyer, Stage Combat under Tiza Garland, and Lessac Training from Yanci Bukovek.

Recently, she has been working on a new web series entitled, Shayla’s Catch, where she plays the wife of  a NFL Player who tries to help her best friend find another NFL player. She finds herself in a bind when the player her best friend falls for ends up being the biggest player of the league.

Chelsi loves working out, volunteering at homeless shelters, going to the beach, and hiking. She enjoys finding new ways to enhance her artistry and is looking forward to the new opportunities the industry has to offer.

Hailey Hayes

Hailey’s first big break was playing the role of Samantha Myers in Square Enix’s Life is Strange: Before the Storm. Hailey is not only a fan of the original game, but this role is her biggest success and first true introduction into the world of voiceover. She can also be seen in the fourth season of Total Eclipse. She recently completed her first lead role in the feature film, Loss of Grace, which will be making festival circuits before being shopped to streaming platforms. Hailey also got the opportunity to play Bubbles in a PowerPuff Girls Live Action fan film that currently holds over 4 million views on YouTube.

Hailey has been training in acting since the age of six. Throughout her years, she has become proficient in stage combat, Shakespeare, different acting techniques, and several commercial classes. The most notable places she has trained at include Bangzoom Entertainment for Intermediate Voiceover and Second City Improv (Levels I-III). Hailey has also taken many acting classes from various teachers, and even taken a jazz dance class from Mandy Moore at EDGE Studios.

Voice acting has taken a forefront in Hailey’s career. She most recently has done Industrial voiceover jobs for several apartment complexes and business meetings. Hailey was contracted with the popular lip sync app, Tik Tok, to create content earlier this year, giving her thousands of followers on said platform through her original singing, comedy, and cosplay videos. The role Hailey plays in her upcoming feature film is that of a girl next door who gets kidnapped. Conversely, among the drama, Hailey demonstrates her range, playing a sassy mean girl in Bratz Production of Total Eclipse’s latest web season.

Hailey is a rare Los Angeles native. Her interests include writing, video games, and cosplay. Her recent travels have taken her Denmark, Puerto Rico, and New Orleans. She consistently jet sets over to Washington, D.C. She can never forget the sound of coquis in North America’s only tropical rainforest, dog sledding in Alaska, or navigating the crazy adventure that is Bourbon Street. She began studying French in high school and has since kept up her knowledge of the language, making her a conversational French speaker. Hailey originally had dreams of singing on Broadway before turning to the screen and still continues to sing in her car and perform whenever the opportunity arises with her mezzo-soprano range.

She looks forward to playing a lead character in a live action or voiceover show shortly and cannot wait to plan her Emmy acceptance speech!

Katharine Everett

After shooting her first co-starring role on CBS’s Criminal Minds, Katharine Everett was hooked. She went on to star in many spec pilots and films including the independent thriller Wages of Sin (available on Amazon) and the Robert Kirbyson-directed Unlocked. You can see her on Colony Bay TV’s Life of Riley and in the 2014 winner of Hollyshort’s Best Action Film Professional Conduct Becoming of An Elite Spy.

While receiving her B.F.A in Acting at Baylor University, Katharine worked with Equity companies during the summer. Credits includes A Midsummer Night’s Dream with the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company and Nunsense with the Dorset Theatre Festival. Since arriving in Los Angeles, Katharine has trained with Steppenwolf Classes West, Warner Loughlin Studios, Christina Chauncey, the SITI Company, and many other notable coaches and teachers.

For several years, Katharine toured the nation with WME Live Events, playing moms and young women struggling to find peace and purpose in the midst of the trials of life. Performing one-woman shows across the U.S. for audiences of thousands connected her with ‘everyday women’ just like herself: hard-working moms, teachers, wives, small- business owners, nurses and health-care professionals.

Katharine grew up in a large family in small-town Texas, riding horses and rounding cattle on her family ranch. She taught herself guitar at a young age, and took up ballet from the age of four through college. She still enjoys trips back to the ranch to ride and round, but lives in Los Angeles with her actor husband, Toby Meuli.

Katharine is looking forward to an exciting and fruitful episodic season in this golden age of television!

Erin Altmeyer

Erin Altmeyer has worked on countless independent films. Recently she was a lead in a thesis film for Chapman University and has participated in a play for the Hollywood Fringe Festival. She moved from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to study at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Erin has also studied in studios under Gregory Berger, Anthony Meindl and Killian Hough. Erin Altmeyer is passionate about stage combat. She is a certified as an Actor Combatant by The Society of American Fight Directors with passes in Unarmed, Single Sword and Broadsword. Erin is also a photographer and loves taking travel photos and capturing the diverse nature of California.

Jaclyn Whitehair

Jaclyn Whitehair is an actress, dancer, producer, writer and overall storyteller. She has been seen on television in co-starring roles for Fox, Discovery Network, Style Network, and MTV shows. She’s been featured in national commercials and also been seen in many films, including her leading role as Jade in the award winning film, Breach. Jaclyn is also an experienced stage actress, working both in Chicago and LA on many productions including: No More, directed by Scott Caan and Val Lauren, Summer and Smokeas Alma, the Rimers of Eldritch as Wilma, and performing at TEDx Conventions. She regularly performs at Story Salon, the longest running storytelling group in Los Angeles.

 Native to Chicago, she received extensive theatre training from Loyola and          Redmoon Theatre internships. Jaclyn moved to LA to train at the Art of Acting Conservatory and studied the Stella Adler method. From there, she trained with James Franco and Scott Caan at Studio 4, learning the Meisner technique. Now, she uses a mixture of practices when developing her characters including: script analysis, movement work, vocal training, impulsive reactions in the scenes, and thorough character research.

Most recently she’s dived into new passions of writing and producing with her latest project, Breach,in which she was the executive producer, writer, and lead actress. Her goal is to create and perform in projects serving scripts that inspire, propel, and awaken thought.

 While television and film are Jaclyn’s main focus points, you can often find her at a Latin Ballroom club dancing to the tropical tunes of salsa and bachata. Jaclyn is a competitive Latin Ballroom dancer, specializing in salsa/mambo, bachata, and cha cha. She has traveled internationally to compete at various congresses and competitions and won numerous 1st place medals with her team. She also enjoys traveling and immersing herself in different cultures. She has backpacked and studied in Guatemala, Rome, London, Dublin, Edinburgh, Barcelona, and Krakow. Jaclyn uses her experiences and observations to create characters that are substantive and truthful. Jaclyn is thrilled to use her skills and talent on upcoming TV shows and develop her own television show in the near future!

Eleen Bienenfeld

Ellen has performed in many stage productions including, but not limited to: Pandora’s Box; I’ve Got Troubles; Whoopsie Doopsie; Dementia Vote; Zombie Joe’s 50 Hour Drive By; Zombie Joe’s Astro Glide 2017; Yenta’s Wear Red Hats; Dead Serious;Alice; You’re not Walking; Rebecca’s Gamble; The Rabbi & The Shiksa;Green Grocer;The Weed Show; Bedroom Secrets; Bagels; Playing With Knives; Sex Relationships and Sometimes Love; Old Broads Can’t Dunk; Miss Jewish Princess. Ellen has also performed at Groundlings Theatre with Austin’s Dog Bread improv troop led by Gary Austin, Founder of The Groundlings. Most recently been seen on Jimmy Kimmeland America’s Court.

She has studied with Gary Austin, Founder of The Groundlings. Valerie Landsburg, David Hall, Judy Kain, Wenndy MacKenzie, Kinna Macenroe, Kaz Matumura. Ellen has also spent weeks in New York to study with Artistic New Directions.

Recently Ellen has assistant directed stage productions, written and performed live monologues in theaters around Los Angeles. She has played characters from early 50’s to late 70’s in comedies and dramas, hopes to do much more.

Simona Shyne

Simona Shyne’s acting debut in Los Angeles started as a Co-Lead in the movie “Slasherparty” which she finalized after appearing in an Influencer Short Film on Youtube called “Don’t Trust Strangers”. 

When she first moved out here she met her acting coach Ryan Glasgow which she is still seeing till today to become better at her art. 

Ambitious as she is she is not waiting for success to magically come her way but works hard to achieve her acting goals which is why she is currently polishing her own feature film script with Director Tony Villalobos. Besides that she is always making some smaller appearances in music videos. 

The daughter of Bulgarian Immigrants in Germany was born in Cologne and raised in Siegburg and left her home town by herself to pursue her big acting dream in Hollywood. Growing up bilingual is the reason for her being fluent in German, Bulgarian and later on also in French. 

Simona is absolutely excited to work on a challenging projects in the future and show that there is more than only great male parts. 

Hollie Sokol

Hollie graduated with her BFA in Acting from UC Santa Barbara’s intensive BFA Actors Training program, which is highly selective and maintains an exciting balance between rigorous classical training, exploration of new work, and individual artistic creation.

​Hollie also attended the British American Drama Academy in Oxford, England where she studied and performed Shakespearean excerpts and the work of contemporary British playwrights. Hollie has recently had the privilege of performing in the Hollywood Fringe Festival as well as Zombie Joe’s Underground Annual Urban Death Tour of Terror. She currently resides in Los Angeles and is pursuing a career in film, television and theater.

Shannon Cudd

Shannon is a Los Angeles based comedic actress. She has appeared on Unusual Suspects, My Crazy Sex, and Sex Sent Me to the Er.  She has appeared in commercials for numerous brands such as Blue Buffalo, Command 3M,  and Kitchen Aide.

Shannon has her B.A. in Theatre Performance from Chapman University.  She has trained in scene study and audition technique at Krater Studios and Annie Grindlay Studios. She has studied improv at UCB.  She continues to study audition technique and scene study with Saxon Trainor. She continues to study voice with Jill Goodsell.

Shannon is a bright and bubbly comedic Meg Ryan prototype.  She has recently appeared in campaigns for Sunday Riley and the Discovery Channel.  She has recently been originating exciting roles in new comedic works with New Voices Playwright Theatre.

When she is not acting Shannon is an avid reader, loves to travel, and spending time with her family.  Some favorite recent reads include The Book of Joy by Dalali Lama, Desmond Tutu, and Douglas Carlton Abrams and A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith.  She will travel to Eastern Europe this year adding stamps from Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, and Hungary to her passport.

Tyffanee Smith

Tyffanee Smith first started in The Business Modeling in NYC doing Runway and Print work.

She has since moved to L.A to Pursue Acting and has appeared in Television/Movies, such as “Ugly Betty”, “How i Met Your Mother”, “Iron Man”, and independent film “The Gold Rush Boogie”, Just to Name a Few.

Always Seeking New Roles and Projects, This Proven Starlet Has What It Takes to Take This Industry By Storm. Easy on the Eyes, Wtty, and Fun to Work With This girl Is “The Next Big Thing”.

Elle Van Schaik

Elle Van Schaik always dreamed of becoming a model but living in Dayton, Ohio she never thought it would be possible. Instead of giving up on her dreams, she decided to move to Los Angeles, two years ago, to pursue a career in modeling. Elle has since been modeling for two years and has worked with multiple brands in many different industries including: Cult Creed Activewear, ​Booty Booster, Royal Blunts, Mess Clothing, Yacht & Smith and Michi Bikinis. Elle has experience working in print, runway, e-commerce, social media advertisements and brand pages, and commercials.

Along with modeling Elle has experience working as a background actor in movies and shows including: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, West World, Dirty John, and Lucifer.

Elle’s recent projects include a social media commercial for Booty Max, a supplement and waist trainer company. She has recently worked with Odyssey to create holograms portraying multiple characters. Lastly, she’s also worked with multiple dating apps to create content for their soon to launch apps.

Elle is a former college basketball player for Ohio University and loves all sports. She enjoys fitness and is a certified personal trainer. She also loves traveling and new experiences.

MARGARITA MONET

Margarita Monet, is a singer/model and an actor. Performing since a very early age, she has studied music, theater and ballet. Margarita is an accomplished pianist. She has competed and won awards in numerous piano competitions in Russia, Europe and the US.

Moving to Houston, she attended high School For The Performing and Visual Arts, for musical theater. After intense training she decided to pursue her career further and moved to New York after getting a scholarship to the New York University’s Tisch School Of The Arts. At NYU she majored in Theater at the Meisner studio and minored in Music. While living in New York, she acted in Off Broadway plays, independent short and feature films and sang with local bands at the city’s clubs.

Margarita moved to LA in 2010 and started working with producer in LA. While working on the songs, she met Dave Bates, and soon after they formed the rock band. Soon their music partnership created tremendous results and solidified the band that took up the new name, Edge Of Paradise. The band has released 3 radio charting albums, recently charted on Billboard and tour internationally.

Margarita has modeled/ worked as a brand ambassador for brands including Manic Panic, Mac Cosmetics, Shrine Of Hollywood, Zolnar futuristic clothing, 24 hour fitness, Telefunken microphones, 3D rockstars and many more.

Tesla Wolfe

Tesla Wolfe
A Seminole/Creek Native American girl from rough Oklahoma who came to LA to chase her dreams.
Dancer/Choreographer/Teacher for 5 years. Now working as a Model, Actress, Dancer in Los Angeles. Studies advanced acting with Ivana Chubbuck School of Acting

Anna Berezovskiy

Host, star, lead, Anna has done it all. She was to host of the Ventura Charter School

Podcast for 3 years running which was broadcasted to the entire school. Anna starred as Mary in the independent film Vika created by Sibilino Productions. Upon completion of the film, she was asked to star in another production by the same director Andres Di Bono. Agreeing, she also starred in The Curse of Youtube as the voice-of-reason character Isabel. In addition to film and voice-over, Anna has done her series of plays throughout the course of her life. Most recently she played the role of Lysander in Shelly Balmer’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Anna began training theatrically at the young age of 5 when she began taking classes at the Rubicon Theatre Company. As she got older, she advanced to more complex classes and took Brian McDonald’s 6 week acting intensive where she learned more on perfecting a cold read by bringing out her character’s true intentions. Anna also took Vikki Goggin’s commercial acting class which aided her on knowing what components make an impact in the audition room. More recently, Anna participated in Monica Huntington’s cold reading, scene study, improv class. During it, Anna had to work under limited time conditions to produce the best possible result of a script.

Anna is currently getting features in independent films. Her most recent short is The Curse of Youtube by Andres Di Bono in which she plays the leading role of Isabel. She portrays the virtuous character in a vulnerable setting, creating many sides to her portrayal. In addition to this recent project, Anna consistently creates her own stories and brings them to life through making and editing videos. Through this routine, she is able to get instant results from her audience and better understand what the modern viewer wants from a character. Anna’s

best-suited character type is a young girl who always perseveres, from the happy-go-lucky teen who simply wants to pursue her dreams, to the revolutionary who doesn’t back down and fights for what is right in the world.

One of Anna’s greatest passions in life is music. She has taken consistent singing lessons from Laura Covault and in more recent years with the co-founder of the Ojai Youth Opera, Julija Zonic. To add, when Anna was 12 years old she was gifted a guitar from a family friend and has been playing since then. In more recent years, Anna has taken on piano and currently writes her own songs on either instrument. As a freshman, she had taken on speech and won the fourth round of the Lion’s Club Speech contest. Anna’s greatest specialty is in accents, she fluently speaks Russian and is in the midst of learning Japanese making her able to pick up on dialects rapidly. She can speak with the following accents, Southern, Australian, French, British, and Russian. Anna looks forward towards bringing characters to life in the next Sundance film or any production that follows a story which the world needs to see.

Courtney Brown

Courtney Brown got her start at the age of 9 by way of voiceovers. Working for Fox,Nickelodeon, and then moving her way into a principle role in the radio staple, Adventures in Odyssey, she realized that she might have been onto to something. It wasn’t until she transitioned from radio to film ( playing a principle role in Soccer Mom, with Emily Osment) that she realized she might have been on to something…

She began studying with Chip Fields-Hurd in Los Angeles, learning the basics of theatre. From there, she added dance into her lessons- getting her body involved under the tutelage of Monica and Jasmine Guy. As she expanded into her early teens, she explored the technicalities of comedic scene study with Walter Pridgen. She currently practices intensive scene study with Alexia Robinson in Sherman Oaks, California.

Courtney is an avid off season traveler who has eaten her way through a plethora of countries. She loves to sing any folk or R&B classic and is exceptional at any pop culture trivia. She is always stricken by the beauty and wonder of Science Fiction, and has never lost her passion for playing dress up.

Alexandra Hensley

Alex is an actress with years of experience and many credits to her name. Her portrayal of Abigail Folger in American Horror Story: Cult of FX is her favorite recent role, though many wonderful projects are on the horizon.

   Fostering her love for music and performance, Alexandra trained at Elon University, achieving her BFA in Musical Theatre; this accompanies her degree from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts in Drama. After years of dramatic schooling at schools such as Michael Chekov’s studio in NY and Stuart Rogers scene study in LA, Alex refined her comedic skills by studying with the UCB Comedy, completing each corse in their improv curriculum.

   The most recent iterations of Alex’s work include her grounded performance as unfulfilled housewife, Alice, in the short film. “For Display Only”, her regular hosting of the whisky-lover’s go-to Youtube channel, SingleMaltTV, and her hilariously committed portrayals of everything from a militant art teacher to a 1940’s starlet in various sketches produced by The Fun Police sketch comedy channel. On top of all of these versatile roles, she currently has a top secret digital series in post production which features Alex as a butt-kicking, tactical-gear-sporting soldier. From vulnerable, to tough ,to uproariously funny, Alex’s skills run the gamut!

   Working from her home in LA, Alex lives with her husband, Andy, and two small dogs. She loves to play guitar and sing, especially when taking impromptu requests from friends at parties. Delighting in travel, Alex and Andy have ventured to beautiful countries like Iceland and Thailand, and they hope to discover many more incredible places together in the future.

   Alex looks forward to many more years of creating art and making meaningful connections in the entertainment industry and elsewhere; delighting in what a privilege it is to be given the opportunity to live in and grow through “the work”.

Anna Ross

Anna Ross is a Toronto-born, now LA-based actor, model, and dancer. Union affiliations include AEA and SAG-AFTRA. She received a degree as a Drama Specialist (Theatre Performance) at the University of Toronto in early 2011 and, throughout her years of dedication to her work, she has garnered significant experience in the realms of theatre, film & television, commercial acting, commercial/editorial modeling, and dance photography/videography.

Anna is a trained dancer in a broad variety of styles, including (but not limited to) ballet, jazz, swing, lyrical, contemporary, and Eastern fusion.

Anna has starred in plays, such as “New Talent” at the London Fringe Theatre Festival, Toronto Fringe Theatre Festival, and Hamilton Fringe Theatre Festival. The play received a five-star rating and Eye Weekly commends the cast’s “brilliant acting” and comments that “Ross heartbreakingly captures the frailty beneath her character’s veil of indifference”.

Anna has worked consistently in film and television projects since her debut as an actor. The first film in which Anna had a principal role, “Whatever That Is” (2009), was one of only thirteen films across Canada to be screened at the Toronto International Film Festival Student Showcase. She has also had major roles in “The Collapsed” (2011), “Corollary” (2013), “I Really Hate My Ex” (2015), “Those Among Us” (2015), “Chess and the Stranger” (2016), and that’s just to name a few.

Anna Ross can also be seen in televised episodes of Comedy Central’s “Kroll Show” (2013), “Casual” (2016), and “Motive to Murder” (2017), among others.

Anna’s previous modeling experience includes live appearances at Ace Gallery Beverly Hills & Balisi Fashions, on-camera appearances on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s “Dragons’ Den”, a fashion spread in “Bold Insight” magazine, as well as televised & print advertisements for “Rogers Wireless”, “Mattel Inc.”, “Pizza Nova” and “Staples Business Depot.”

Anna is committed to her training in dance, especially ballet. She has received a highly commended standing in Advanced Cecchetti Specimen Ballet from the National Ballet School of Canada. Anna has performed with Limitless Productions, Ismailova Theatre of Dance, and events sponsored by Sony Music & MTV. Anna also trains in singing and is an advanced piano player.

Annber Breimon

Annber Breimon is a graduate of the University of Dubuque’s Fine and Performing Arts program with a concentration in Acting. Learning from the techniques of Stanislavski, Meisner and Chekhov created the foundation for her to portray the ambitious Lady Macbeth, the roller coaster that is Cathy in the Last Five Years, the benevolent beauty Belinda Blair in Noises Off, the opinionated Claire in Proof, the hyper-serious Matt in Matt and Ben, and finally the conflicted Nina in Antlia Pneumatica. She earned her BA in May of 2018 and is now living in Los Angeles.

Annber spent her summer teaching Improv and Acting for the Screen at The Scene Studio in Dubuque, IA. She also hosted a movie camp where she co-produced, wrote, directed and acted in a short film in one week. She enjoyed playing the camp counselor because she could use the quirky character as a great foundation for many improvised lines that made it into the final cut.

Originally from Wisconsin, Annber has that mid-western work ethic as well as a serious thing for cheese! She is a quirky individual with a laugh loud enough to quiet an entire room. Her red hair has always made her stand out and she is proud to be a Ginger. She enjoys traveling and learning about new cultures through their architecture and delicious food. She spends her free time hanging out with friends, working out, cooking, reading or watching TV. Although, she typically tries to keep herself busy because she can’t do “nothing” for too long.

She is eager to begin her professional career and looks forward to bringing her bubbly personality and infectious smile to roles like Jesse in New Girl, or a thrilling new Netflix Original Series.

Karis Bedey

Karis Bedey began her acting career in middle school, when she first attended a summer theatre intensive in her hometown in Montana. After going on to win acting competitions in high school at the state level, Karis was recruited by Emerson College to join their prestigious theatre conservatory program in Boston, Massachusetts.

Since graduating with her BFA and relocating to Los Angeles, Karis has had the privilege of working on various print shoots and independent films, including portraying a Hollywood starlet in a 1950’s-inspired video game trailer.

Karis is currently enrolled at the Beverly Hills Playhouse, practicing her craft with renowned teachers like Art Cohan and Michael Petted. In recent months, she also has studied improv with the Upright Citizens Brigade, and commercial and hosting (including teleprompter training) at Killian’s Workshop.

When she isn’t performing or training, Karis enjoys getting outside, hiking, swimming and skiing.  She also works as a personal stylist and fashion blogger and loves writing posts, taking pictures and partnering with companies.  Karis is passionate about her craft and looks forward to working with Netflix, Freeform or the Hallmark Movie Channel.

Llennelle Gibson

Llenelle Gibson is a Los Angeles based actress and writer originally from a small town near Pittsburgh, PA. She has appeared on Private Sales, as Candi- a bubbly yet down to earth, high-end escort who hasn’t spoken to her family in years- on Amazon Prime. She has recently starred in a documentary by the same producers and directors, Sean and Taylor King, called Beg, Borrow and Steal which focuses on the film industry and independent film-making.

Growing up in her hometown, Llenelle developed her rhythm through years of drumline, gymnastics, cheerleading as well as taking voice and dance classes at the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera. She furthered her training at Kent State University studying Musical Theatre Performance where she became versed in Chekhov Technique. While in college, Llenelle starred in a local musicians music video. Her move from live performance to the screen sparked an interest in performing beyond the stage. She became a member of the Cleveland Radio Players and recorded multiple radio plays which led her to book her very first commercial gig.

In Los Angeles Llenelle is studying long-form improvisation at the Upright Citizens’ Brigade. She wrote, directed, performed in, and produced the comedy ​Not Another Horror Story ​at the Hollywood Fringe Festival. Currently she’s been busy with ​The Dandelion ​a short film that she wrote, acted in and produced.

Llenelle practices pilates and yoga to grow her sense of balance. She loves hiking and camping with friends across California. When all dice are rolling, she is a worthy board game opponent. Llenelle often changes perspective by getting behind the lens and the pen. She is a frequent photographer and writer of her own scripts. Llenelle Gibson is looking forward to a long varied career of making audiences laugh weekly on prime time TV comedies, or developing strong characters on streaming networks and film.

Nayo Howard

Nayo Howard is a Los Angeles based actress originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is a United States Air Force veteran who moved to the “Golden State” in 2015 not long after serving four years abroad as a military officer. After moving to The City of Angels, Nayo booked her first role on a comical children’s pilot, Animal News with the Compliment Pig, where she is a quick-witted lawyer fighting for animal’s rights. She can also be found playing the soccer mom in the Amazon Key commercial-product release last October.

Nayo Howard honed her training through various local acting schools. She touched upon improvisation at The Groundlings, spent a year at Ivana Chubbuck Studios, and recently settled down at Playhouse West where she immersed herself in Sanford Meisner’s acting technique. In the interim, she attended workshops like Killian’s Adult Commercial class garnering other skills.

Recently, Nayo Howard wrapped up a web-series, SESSIONS, expected to be released on YouTube this November 2018. Nayo plays Taylor a young, troubled detective trying to recover her prestigious reputation and badge after risking everything to substance abuse. With her therapist there to guide her, Taylor tackles many modern day female issues.

Off-set and out of class, Nayo Howard enjoys spending her time outdoors. Often she can be found hiking trails with a book in her hand ready to be opened upon the first shaded-spot off the trail. Occasionally, she enjoys traveling having visited over 30 different countries and more than half of the United States. It was during her military service she lived in both Japan and Italy. In the winter, Nayo spends a couple of her weekends in the mountains snowboarding fresh powder. She likes to live a very active life-style from working out in the gym to scuba diving off the coast.

Meghan Aruffo

Meghan Aruffo’s acting experience started at a young age performing in Duxbury Massachusetts’s Snug Harbor Dinner Theater at the age of seven. She even appeared in a Nessen commercial that aired at the Boston Red Sox games. She ventured into Musical at the age of nine appearing in Oliver as one of Fagan’s boys. She also has professional training in Ballet, Jazz, Modern, Tap and Pointe having performed in the Nutcracker Ballet as a party scene girl, mouse, rose petal, and Snow Princess. She also performed with the Academy Youth Dance Company. Meghan’s other musical performance roles include Ariel, the female lead in Footloose the Musical and lead Dorothy Brock in 42ndStreet. She traveled with competitive show choir winning several awards for her performances. She also sang the National Anthem at the Chicago Railcats games.  Meghan Performed with the prestigious Broadway Theater Project‘s Musical Review “Musicals Old and New” at the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center in various roles.

Meghan Graduated at the University of Central Florida where her passion for performing was more focused on Television and Film. She worked on several student films at FullSail. Meghan Booked a Principal role of Aimee Dudley on Investigation Discoveries “Dead of Night” filmed in Jacksonville Florida. She also appeared in several Commercials including Mercedes Benz, T.J. Maxx, Taps from Scratch, GetBuzzed, Walt Disney World Resort, and Universal Studios Orlando Resort.

Meghan studied with Art Sake Acting Studio in Orlando Florida focusing on scene studies, auditioning on camera, Meisner, and received the Flight Award while studying under Yvonne Suhor. After college Meghan Moved from Florida to Los Angeles to take her career to the next level. She studied at Margie Haber acting studio’s fundamental Intensive on camera with Barbara Gannon. Meghan currently receives private coaching with Craig Wallace,Tim Powell, and Alan Pietruszewski to hone her acting skills.

            Meghan enjoys working out daily and living a healthy lifestyle. She loves to travel and always has her passport ready to go. She enjoys pending time with her Pomeranian, and loves getting lost in books. Some of her interesting skills include singing, having taken vocal lessons from Mary-Kay Wilson, actor Patrick Wilson’s mom. She also has traditional cheerleading experience, basic juggling, and is an excellent swimmer, having been a Lifeguard for Walt Disney World. Meghan is on the path to success and cannot wait to see where her story ends.“If a dogged work ethic and a fully formed identity can lead to opportunities that knock, then Meghan Aruffo might just be the new girl next door”(The Huffington Post).

Tierra Jones

Tierra Amira Jones was born on August 23rd in Washington, DC. Due to lack of good public education, she left DC at the age of 11 to attend a junior boarding school in New York.  There, Tierra flourished her love and skills in dance and acting. Her acting experience started as the role of Carion form The Never-Ending Story and Bagheera in The Jungle Book. Her dance experience began in tap dance, where her natural knack led her to join the advance students. She also continued training in Ballet, Hip-Hip-, Jazz, Modern, Contemporary and attended the Debbie Allen Dance Academy to further study Flamenco, Dunham, and African. Tierra then graduated to attend an all-girls boarding school she continued to further her progression while acting, dancing, and singing in HS production such as West Side Story, Chicago, and Guy and Dolls. Since she attended an all-girls school, Tierra often played male as well as female roles in the production.

After high school, Tierra attended the University of Oklahoma where she majored in International studies with a minor in Spanish. During college, she also got to live in Mexico for a semester. She also continued to dance and joined the Sooner Dance Company as a company member.

Immediately after her college graduation she travelled, for the 2ndtime, to the Cannes Film Festival where she worked with several Entertainment companies. A short month after the festival ended, Tierra moved to Los Angeles. Since moving she has been featured tv shows such as Showtime’s Shamelessplaying Biff’s Wife and on HBO’s Westworldas Dolores’s Horde. Tierra is also currently starring in two webseries, Life On Pauseas Dr. Henderson and The Story, and featured as a dancer in Mario’s Let Me Help You music video.

In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, whether it be on her motorcycle or jet setting across the world. In addition to living in Mexico, she has travelled to France, Italy, Dominican Republic, Hawaii, and Canada, just to name a few. And not only does Tierra have the travel bug, she is also musically inclined, as a trained guitarist.

Tierra is looking forward to furthering her career in television and film and starring along side the actors that inspire her most, Will Smith and Taraji B. Henson.

Carrie John

Carrie John’s acting experience started at the young age of 5.  She performed in many school shows and received her first paid role at age 14 in “Florida’s Official State Play, Cross and Sword”.  After performing in various children’s theater productions, including “Jack and the Beanstalk”, and “Sleeping Beauty”, as well as Broadway musicals “42nd Street” and “The King and I”, Carrie decided to attend Florida School of the Arts. There, she would continue her studies of the performing arts. After receiving her Degree, she took on the featured role of Maleficent with Walt Disney World Resorts.  To date, some of Carrie’s strongest roles include:  Morticia Addams in “The Addams Family (Musical)” and nominated for best actress in a musical at IMCOM-Europe Tournament of Plays, Brook Ashton/Vicki in “Noises Off”, and Deirdre McDavey in “I Hate Hamlet” and  nominated for best supporting actress in a comedy at IMCOM-Europe Tournament of Plays.  Now moving into film and television, Carrie was featured in an action/thriller short film titled “Reborn Lost” playing the role of Nina, a mother/operative.  She has done some background work for television series including:  “Rizzoli and Isles”, “How to Get Away with Murder”, and “Lethal Weapon” giving her the experience of working for Warner Brothers, Paramount Pictures, and ABC.

Carrie’s training derived primarily from Florida School of the Arts.  There she took acting lessons, class voice, dance, improv, stage combat, dialects, stage movement, and make-up.  She also attended acting workshops by Jonathon Lamer, IMCOM-Europe Tournament of Plays adjudicator/Actor.  In addition, Carrie graduated from Barbizon Modeling School, Tampa, FL, where she learned photo movement and runway techniques.

Carrie expresses great interest in travel.  She lived abroad for 5 years in Wiesbaden, Germany, where she worked for the U.S. military. She traveled to Spain, Italy, France, Poland, Austria, and England.  Although not licensed anymore, Carrie is advanced in Massage Therapy including Swedish massage, Sports Massage, and Neuromuscular.  Carrie also expresses interest in Events.  Some of her successful events include:  “Hotel of Horror”, a haunted house production, director of 30 volunteers, 15 themes, and generated earnings of $5,000, “Masquerade of  Horror” a Halloween Ball Production, director of 30 volunteers, dance and drink specials, and decoration of ballroom, and “A Musical Theatre Happening”, a sweet sixteen birthday party, 40 guests, DJ, decorations, games and prizes.  Out of all of Carrie’s interests, her utmost passion is Acting, and doing so in a professional environment. She is very much looking forward to continuing her acting career with film and television.

Laura Quirk

Laura Quirk grew up in San Luis Obispo, California acting in community theatre productions and studying dance whenever possible. While a full time high school student, she began to commute to Los Angeles for acting and modeling work. She worked alongside director Marc Webb and Nickelodeon sitcom, Drake and Josh. She booked the lead in Gary Allen’s music video, Best I Ever Had (over 16 million views) and POD’s, Will You? (over 2 million hits) as well as many commercials and modeling jobs.

After graduating from Westmont College with a degree in English and minor in Dance and Theatre arts, Laura took brief break from acting to travel and teach English.

Since returning to pursue her first love, acting, Laura has worked on Unusually Thicke starring Alan Thicke, Removed Part Two, and booked the lead in two music videos for MAGIC! (26 million views and 8 million views). She has also booked nearly a dozen commercials.

Laura has trained with Deborah Lemen, Patrick Baca, Killian McHugh, and at groundlings with Samantha Roy and Arian Price.

Laura enjoys dance, yoga, hiking and time spent with her big family and friends. She lives with her husband who is a commercial fisherman and her golden retriever who she is currently trying to make “instafamous.”

Laura continues to study with Deborah Lemen and is currently writing and producing her own comedic shorts.

Elena Kornilova

Elena Kornilova is portraying Jenny in «The Red Velvet» short film that will be presented at the Cannes Film Festival this spring 2016. In Russia Elena had a chance to be a part of the famous “Comedy Club” TV series.

Elena studied different acting techniques at Los Angeles Performing Arts Conservatory and trained with such well-known acting coaches as Sean Barnes, Ilia Volok, Peter Frisch, Thom Rivera. Elena Kornilova has a journalism degree. She attended the writer’s workshop by Paul Brown.

Elena won several vocal competitions with original songs and the songs from the musicals.  One of her favorite is “Cabaret” by Liza Minnelli. Elena has a dance and modeling experience. She is also fluent in Russian, and speaks basic German and Spanish. She loves to travel and absorb new cultures.

Elena is looking forward to working on interesting projects where she can apply her personal work and skills.

Laura Quirk

Laura Quirk grew up in San Luis Obispo, California acting in community theatre productions and studying dance whenever possible. While a full time high school student, she began to commute to Los Angeles for acting and modeling work. She worked alongside director Marc Webb and Nickelodeon sitcom, Drake and Josh. She booked the lead in Gary Allen’s music video, Best I Ever Had (over 16 million views) and POD’s, Will You? (over 2 million hits) as well as many commercials and modeling jobs.

After graduating from Westmont College with a degree in English and minor in Dance and Theatre arts, Laura took brief break from acting to travel and teach English.

Since returning to pursue her first love, acting, Laura has worked on Unusually Thicke starring Alan Thicke, Removed Part Two, and booked the lead in two music videos for MAGIC! (26 million views and 8 million views). She has also booked nearly a dozen commercials.

Laura has trained with Deborah Lemen, Patrick Baca, Killian McHugh, and at groundlings with Samantha Roy and Arian Price.

Laura enjoys dance, yoga, hiking and time spent with her big family and friends. She lives with her husband who is a commercial fisherman and her golden retriever who she is currently trying to make “instafamous.”

Laura continues to study with Deborah Lemen and is currently writing and producing her own comedic shorts.

Manika Beverly

Manika Beverly Mills (otherwise known as Nikki) is an American film and television actress, writer, and producer. Born in Nyack, Ny to Haitian American parents. Manika is the creator of That’s Just Nikki TV on YouTube. A channel that features short comedic content and sketches written and produced by the actress. Manika Beverly Mills has also appeared on Television networks Disney and CBS on shows like Hannah Montana, Good Luck Charlie, and CSI NY. One of her notable roles was in the Oscar winning film, The Social Network. Manika is greatly influenced by ALL things comedy. She grew up watching Martin Lawrence, In Living Color, SNL, and the Jamie Foxx Show. Manika at an early age developed a flair for performing. She grew up entertaining in church, school plays, and trained in summer theater camps. Her parents however amused, were very strict when it came to education. She attended Virginia Tech and majored in Electrical Engineering. Despite her vigorous course demands she managed to fit in theater and acting classes. She also performed in various theater productions such as Girl, in George C. Wolfe’s The Colored Museum, and as Martha, in Joe Turner’s Come and Gone.  Manika insisted on a life in the arts so she moved to Los Angeles to further her acting career. She has since trained in improv at Groundlings with Tony Sepulveda, studied acting at Margie Haber studios, and most recently studied at casting director Phaedra Harris’ The Audition Lab. She has since received her Electrical Engineering degree from California State University Northridge. Manika for fun enjoys playing tennis, watching re-runs of her favorite show Martin, and loves watching stand up comedy; especially Kevin Hart. Manika Beverly Mills is surely one of America’s rising stars and one to watch. Her talent and vision for success will inspire you, her wit will charm you, and her passion in life is to entertain you.

Lisa Alvillar

Lisa Alvillar has set her eyes on the big screen from a young age, and as she has grown her heart has filled with purpose being an actor. She is an actor working in the greater Los Angeles area, originally from Ontario, California. Most recently Lisa has appeared in two  Autozone commercials, a Six Flags Holiday in the Park commercial and has starred in a short film called “Pobre Inocente” as Lucia. She is currently training at UCB Comedy and has previously trained at The Second City Hollywood, and TVI actors studio. Lisa keeps strong from hiking, and training martial arts. Although she can easily be sweet and bubbly, a dream role for her would consist of being outlandishly horrifying,and crazy. In her eyes to be able to create a real presence that is not originally our own is an art. Lisa strongly believes in family, never giving up, and that anything a person puts their mind too is possible!

India Side

India Sides started performing on stage at the age of 6, as a dancer in Pacific Studio’s production of Alice in Wonderland. She continued to perform in the theater and then expanded to film and television.  She studies acting with Robert Arnold and has extensive training in ballet, tap, hip hop, jazz and theater dance. She also trains in martial arts and with martial arts weapons such as the bo staff, nunchucks and tonfas. Her recent projects include a Buzzfeed commercial for Clean and Clear and enjoyed working with Pharrell Williams on his newly released music video entitled “Freedom.” India enjoys spending time with her family in Los Angeles, California and wants to continue to pursue acting on the stage and screen.

Alyson Thornton

Alyson has worked with film directors Freedom Bridgewater as Katie in The Awakening, Hugh Phoenix Cross for multiple commercial for My Gym as well as Martin De Thurah in a commercial for SFR communications. She has worked on set with Director David Odio for the short film Lillith and multiple student short films. She has also worked with Marshelle Mills and Gary Fox in the Charles Stewart Playhouse in their Hard Candy Christmas productions. 

Alyson has attended In The Moment Acting Studio for the past 2 years and trains with Tommy Ybarra. 

Alyson is currently working on Feature Film Edith and Harvey with Director Allison Bergman and writers Sorel Kaire and Gabriela Lopez de Dennis. She is incredibly excited to work along side such wonderful and talented cast and crew.

Alyson is a level 2 gymnast and soon to be competitive in local meets. She enjoys Winter time and the multitude of sports available including snowboarding and snow skiing.  She has been active with winter sports since she was 3 and began to ski on her own.  Alyson loves animals and has an English Mastiff and a chinchilla as her pets.  She is currently studying Spanish as a second language.

Alyson cannot wait to appear on the red carpet and wear a custom designed Versace gown. To all of the incredible crew members that have taken her under their wing, thank you.

Rosette Laursen

Rosette was born in Hawaii and grew up doing classical ballet in California. She Attended various summer programs including the San Francisco Ballet School, Boston Ballet, American Ballet Theater, Complexions Contemporary Ballet, Northwest Dance Project, and the Netherlands Dance Theatre. After graduating with a BFA in dance, she began traveling for modeling, before finally signing with a dance agent and settling in Los Angeles. She soon realized acting, improv, and comedy writing are where her true interests lie, and has been pursuing that ever since. She has trained at UCB, Lesly Kahn, and Killian McHugh among others. Rosette also has written several spec scripts, sketch packets and pilots, and is on a indie improv team of UCB graduates called “Garage.” She also writes and creates her own content with her production group, Everything’s Taken Productions

Rosette Laursen

Rosette was born in Hawaii and grew up doing classical ballet in California. She Attended various summer programs including the San Francisco Ballet School, Boston Ballet, American Ballet Theater, Complexions Contemporary Ballet, Northwest Dance Project, and the Netherlands Dance Theatre. After graduating with a BFA in dance, she began traveling for modeling, before finally signing with a dance agent and settling in Los Angeles. She soon realized acting, improv, and comedy writing are where her true interests lie, and has been pursuing that ever since. She has trained at UCB, Lesly Kahn, and Killian McHugh among others. Rosette also has written several spec scripts, sketch packets and pilots, and is on a indie improv team of UCB graduates called “Garage.” She also writes and creates her own content with her production group, Everything’s Taken Productions