Sophia Chapman

Sophia was born and raised in Southern California. She started acting in theater at the age of seven when she played the fearless and hysterical Sea Monster in “Peggy the Pint Size Pirate.” She continued theatre over the next four years and played supporting roles in the local playhouse productions of Grease and Annie.

Most recently, Sophia starred in supporting roles in the highly-viewed YouTube vlog episodes of Logan Paul’s “Flat Earth: to the Edge and Back” and Piper Rockelle’s “Kissing Booth Prank.” She also played young Debbie in the short film “Forget Me Not.” Additionally, Sophia is also cast in the upcoming feature film “Big Feat” currently in pre-production.

Sophia continues to work on her improv skills at Second City in Hollywood and attends weekly scene study classes with renowned acting coach Diane Christiansen. Additionally, Sophia participates in weekly workshops at the Actor’s Youth Academy to sharpen her skills.

Sophia enjoys playing chess, swimming, rollerblading and training her dogs. She is looking forward to pursuing a career in film and television.

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.

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.