Elaine Loh

Elaine was chosen for the HBO Access Writers Program and is a semi-finalist for the Sundance Episodic Lab. She has been a working actor for over a decade, appearing in such shows as S.W.A.T., NCIS: LA, 9-1-1, It's Always Sunny..., Last Man Standing, and many more.

She turned to writing as a way to create more roles for herself, but then realized she actually LOVES writing, and has since placed highly in the Austin Film Festival (3 times), Final Draft Big Break (Top Ten), the PAGE Awards, and other screenwriting competitions. Her films have screened at Academy qualifying festivals, even winning the Grand Prize at the NewFilmmakers On Location Project (a $60K value). She is honored to have been named a Top 25 Screenwriter to Watch in 2019 by the International Screenwriters' Association.

Jerrika Hinton

Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, Jerrika Hinton has been performing since the age of four. She studied both playwriting and directing at the Meadows School of the Arts at Southern Methodist University and was awarded their Rosenfield Award for Playwriting. Hinton is most known for her five seasons of #blackgirlmagic on Grey’s Anatomy as Dr. Stephanie Edwards. Most recently, she appeared on the HBO series Here and Now and will star in Amazon’s upcoming series The Hunt. When not working, Hinton loves exploring photography, lock-picking, and forgetting to return texts. One day she will live on a farm at the edge of the world.

Eve Sigall

Currently Eve is completing a recurring character on THE BAXTER'S. Roles last year in addition to DOXXED include THE O.A., THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT, KILL ME TWICE, THE ANARCHIST CONVENTION, MOLLY, DEAD TO ME, L.A.’S FINEST, and more. Nominated for two Ovations Awards, winner of two Drama-Logue Awards, Eve is a devoted fan of the multi-versatile, Elaine Loh.

Josh Kelly

Josh Kelly was born in Yokosuka, Japan, to a Navy family.  He was active in theater from a young age as he moved around the globe.  After four tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan as an Army Ranger, Kelly moved to Los Angeles to return to his passion, acting.

He starred on the hit series “UnREAL” opposite Shiri Appleby and Constance Zimmer and then joined NBC’s supernatural drama series Midnight, Texas for their 2 nd season. Among his other credits are the features Zero Dark Thirty, Jarhead 2: Field of Fire, Transformers 2 and 3 and Wolf Town; pilots Songbyrd and Dumb Girls; series including Flash Forward, The Night Shift, NCIS: Los Angeles, True Blood and Dollhouse; and television films including Hallmark Movies & Mysteries’ Romance at Reindeer Lodge.

Next up is the NBC pilot Bluff City Law co-starring Jimmy Smits.

Kelly currently lives in Los Angeles.

Clyde Kusatsu

Clyde Kusatsu's film & tv career began 46 years ago on "Kung Fu" (4ep.), then "MASH" (4ep.), "Magnum PI", "All In The Family" with a signature role in "Farewell To Manazanar". Other films include "Midway", "Paradise Road", and "The Interpreter" with "Bring 'Em Back Alive", "Island Son", and "All American Girl" his series work. Most recently he was father-in-law to "Dr. Ken", and recently guested on "Cool Kids".  

He's a Theatre Major graduate from Northwestern U.,and an early member of East-West Players, where his awareness of the Asian American experience grew, as well as his work for more inclusion - which he also continues as the National VP LA SAG-AFTRA where upon merger, he was elected the first President of the LA Local of SAG-AFTRA in 2013! 

Eve Gordon

Eve Gordon has worked in film, tv, stage and the web for 40 years, most recently in the upcoming Jon Stewart film IRRESISTIBLE with Steve Carrell. She has worked extensively with Norman Lear, David Chase, and JJ Abrams, and Rolling Stone named her one of 50 best actors on MAD MEN. 

Tim Chiou

Tim Chiou is probably best known as the smug, finance-bro Ed Chen on HBO's Silicon Valley, and has recurred on "iZombie" (CW), "American Koko" (ABC), and "Everyone I Love Is Dead" (BlackPills). You can see him in the upcoming film Plus One starring Maya Erskine (PEN15).

Parvesh Cheena

Parvesh grew up in Naperville, Illinois and then attended the Chicago College of Performing Arts, studying musical theater. He has since appeared in numerous television shows, including Outsourced and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.

Ben J. Pierce

19-year-old Ben J. Pierce of Dallas, Texas, is the quick-witted and irresistible friend who everyone wants to be around. Able to find humor in anything, Ben is an accomplished actor, creator, and writer, well-versed in pop culture and able to parlay his knowledge into relevant and relatable content. Ben has experience in the film, television, commercial, improv, and music arenas, and has previously worked with Nickelodeon and AwesomenessTV. 

Ben’s debut single “Little Game” reached viral success in 2014 with over 4 million views as a power anthem about gender roles & equality. Ben now lives full-time in Los Angeles, pursuing comedy, acting, directing, and self-producing his own music. He recently released "Never Apart”  and “Rendezvous" in anticipation of his upcoming EP. 

Tyler Wolfe

Tyler’s notable TV credits include NCIS and Code Black. Film credits include the slasher horror Jack the Reaper with Tony Todd and the Star Wars fan film Jakku: First Wave. He has also written and produced many of his own projects, including the dystopian thriller Extraction, and the play, Hail Kale. Tyler enjoys running with his dog, hiking, rapping, painting, playing guitar, and learning magic. 

Dorian Frankel

Dorian Frankel is an occasional actor and frequent casting director. Her love of comedy was nurtured during many years as an improviser. Casting credits include Veep, Baskets, Single Parents, Bless This Mess, Future Man, Maron, Parks and Recreation, Kroll Show, Eagleheart, and Curb Your Enthusiasm, as well as a bunch of pilots and a smattering of independent features.  She’s also directed here and there, written songs from time to time, and makes a nice marmalade.

Patrick Fabian

A working actor for over 20 years whose jobs have taken him all over the country and the world, Patrick's credits include playing with everyone from Angela Lansbury to Xena.

Hailing from Central Pennsylvania and armed with a BFA in Performance from Penn State University, Patrick went west to earn an MFA in Performance from Cal State Long Beach University. A few years later of waiting tables, Shakespeare Festival LA awarded him his Actor's Equity Card and a shampoo commercial gave him his SAG-AFTRA Card and he was off.

Patrick has guest starred on almost everything, and is currently a series regular on Better Call Saul. 

A converted Californian, Patrick is married to writer/director Mandy Fabian. They live in Los Angeles where they raise their two daughters and two dogs.