Played by Ned Hosford
Ned Hosford is a pacific northwesterner
with upper management written all over him. Skilled in many crafts such
as leatherworking, clam digging, apple bobbing, and ball dropping, Ned
has been approached by the Great Coastal Circus Train many times, and,
much to their chagrin, has rejected all of their offers to manage their
interactive Paul Bunyan Murder Mystery Car. Once, when Ned was younger,
he started a business with his father called "free wood".
Although the revenue stream was weak, it taught Ned a valuable lesson
in humility, one which he carries with him today.
Want to know where you can find Ned? Well, I'll tell you a little secret. I know where he is. Almost all the time! So if you want to find out, just call me and I'll tell you. The number is 1-800-ABCDEFG, or you can try me at 911-4302.
Ned's current IMDB start meter tells us that there are only 62,000 people in the world that are more famous than him. Eat you heart out Robert Pattinson!
Alex "Fuego" Rodriguez
Played by Gerard Karsenty
Gerard advocates including
full-contact chess in the 2012 Olympics, participates in speed snoring
at local YMCA's, has won only 2 single arm huggin/shaking biathlons
and snorts dandruff when life gets him down. Please send all donations
for his psychiatric medication to: Dr. Phil. He gets Gerard through
the really rough patches around 4 p.m. Every day.
Played by Heather Tocquigny
Heather Tocquigny moved to Los Angeles from Boulder Colorado, and recently graduated with a theatre degree from the University of Southern California. In the past year she has starred in three feature length films- Dark Games (with Martin Kove and Danny Trejo), Frankenstein Rising (with silent film star Anita Page and legendary star Margaret O'Brien) and a quirky comedy, The Grover Complex. Heather recently wrapped the film Wishing Well, a Hallmark movie starring Jason London, which will air next spring. Early next year, Heather will be filming an inspirational softball movie in Louisiana called State. She is also a classically trained dancer and cheered for the Denver Broncos for two seasons. She continues to study with Leo Rossi and Stephen Snyder and lives in Studio City with her kitten, Lula Mae. For more updates, visit her site at www.HeatherTocquigny.com
Played by Jeff Kongs
Jeffrey Thomas Kongs, (born June 11, 1956 ), nicknamed Joe Cool, is a retired American football player whose professional career in the National Football League (NFL) spanned the late 1970s through the mid-1990s. Kongs started his NFL career in 1979 with the San Francisco 49ers , where he played quarterback (QB) for the next 14 seasons . He spent the 1993 and 1994 seasons, his final two years in the NFL, with the Kansas City Chiefs . While a member of the 49ers, Kongs started four Super Bowl games and the team won all of them. In 2000 , Kongs was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame . He is thrilled to be working with such a talented cast and crew and hopes for more good things in the future.
Played by Michelle Nunes
Michelle Nunes is a true California
girl who was raised in both Los Angeles and on a dairy farm in Humbolt
County. After graduating high school in 2001, Michelle attended San
Diego State University, majoring in Liberal Studies with an emphasis
in athematics. Shortly thereafter, Michelle decided to pursue an acting
and modeling career in Hollywood. She is currently involved in numerous
projects that are helping her grow as an actress. Besides working with
the wonderfully talented group on The Insider's Guide to Film School,
she recently had her professional onstage debut playing Sophie Rauschmeyer
in Neil Simon's The Star Spangled Girl, and she will be filming her
feature film in December, playing the role of Dana in the independent horror movie, See How they Run. Although new to the acting world, her passion for this art form grows with each project she completes. In a perfect world, she will be able to make a career out of acting (without that waitress job on the side to make ends meet).
Played by Jonathan Michael Margolis
from Dallas, Texas. In 1998, while attending the University of North
Texas, Jonathan got the actor bug. SInce then, he has studied in Europe
and Los Angeles in pursuit of a successful acting career. This webseries
was the first opportunity for Jonathan to play a comedic, slightly off
character, and for that he is extremely grateful. Doors are opening,
so be on the lookout for this actor in other film and television roles
Check out Jonathan in the upcoming TNT drama 'Dark Blue" starring Dylan McDermott, in July. He will be playing the role of Bobby, the drug dealer. Check your local listings.
Played by Erika Medina
Erika Medina is an actress,
model born in Hawaiian Gardens, California. Her whirlwind career has
included several film and television productions including Rush Hour
3, the Disney Channel's top rated show, Hannah Montana,
VH1's Hit Reality Series America's Most Smartest Model, and
Guest Star Host of E! News Now. Erika Medina can be seen as the
lead model for music videos from highly acclaimed artists such as Kanye
West, Chris Brown, Enrique Iglesias, Daddy Yankee and Justin Timberlake.
Erika has graced countless magazine covers and appeared in major spreads
with MAXIM and FHM. In the last year, because of her smoldering good
looks she is the Latin Ambassador for such high profile brands as Monster
Energy Drink, California Nascar Speedway, and Boost Mobile.
Even though Erika had since the age of four been telling anyone who would listen that she wanted to be an actress, she made no real moves to get herself on radio, television, or in magazines until 2006. At age 20, Erika was living in Anaheim and pursuing a career in the mortgage industry. In April 2006, a friend dared Erika to try to make her dreams come true by sending out some photos of herself to magazines. Half-jokingly, Erika took the dare, submitting a handful of snapshots taken in her home to FHM magazine, one of the leading men's magazines in the nation. Three months later, Erika made her modeling debut in FHM's July 2006 issue.
A true overnight success, Erika knew an amazing opportunity had presented itself. She quit her day job and found herself a manager. Since then, acting and modeling have been Erika's full time pursuits, and her dedication has been matched only by her rapidly expanding list of accomplishments. With only a couple of years of experience under her 26” belt, Erika has become one of the most sought after new actress/model in the industry. She is consistently praised for her stunning, exotic-yet-commercial appearance, and also for her down-to-earth personality and charming charisma.
When she isn't performing or posing for the camera, Erika loves spending time with her family in Anaheim and playing Aunt to her sister's daughters. She also enjoys regular acting classes, going out to movies, and singing and dancing with her friends.
For photos and more information visit www.myspace.com/emedina99
John "Fubar" Furber
Played by Lee Trovillion
Lee Trovillion is a 23 year old born and raised in Southern Illinois. At the age of 9 Lee joined the “Center Stage” Dance Troupe and competed in several major competitions all over the country. Through his dance background he became involved in the Paducah Community College Theatre where he performed in several productions including Tartuffe, Much Ado About Nothing, and Fiddler On The Roof. While attending Southern Illinois University in Carbondale Illinois, Lee acted in several short films including 4th & Eternity, Uphill, Waiting Room, and Distance. He also appeared on the stage in dREAMtRIPPIN', Risata, Sciocco…Risata!, and The Fastest Woman Alive. Lee moved to Los Angeles in June of 2008 to begin a career in acting and has felt very fortunate to be involved in The Insider's Guide To Film School. He would like to thank all his friends and family for always being so supportive. "Being an actor is the loneliest thing in the world. You are all alone with your concentration and imagination, and that's all you have."- James Dean
Played by Camden Toy
Camden Toy is an actor, writer
and film editor. He was one of the founding members and Artistic Director
of the Obie Award winning NADA in New York City. He has written and
developed five different full length solo theater pieces that he performed
across the country in such cities as Chicago, Seattle, Minneapolis,
San Francisco, and New York City. Camden's favorite theater roles include;
Chillingworth in Tiny Mythic Theater Company's production of A, The
Scarlet Letter and the role of the Ambassador in Target Margin Theater's
production of Marguerite Duras' India Song.
He has acted in well over one hundred independent films, including; Trickery Mimicry, The Legend of Zelda, Bare Knuckles, Sin-Jin Smyth, Kiss of the Vampire, Outta Sync, All Souls Day, The Killers, My Chorus, Backgammon, Irascible and The Works.
After moving to Los Angeles, Camden played one of the lead Gentlemen in Buffy The Vampire Slayer's Emmy Nominated episode "Hush" in season four. He returned to the show in season seven to play the skin-eating demon Gnarl in episode three, "Same Time, Same Place", (doing all his own stunts and wire work), and the recurring role of the all powerful Turok-Han (a.k.a. The Ubervamp). He also appeared in season five on Angel as The Prince of Lies. Camden is the only actor to have played four different villains on Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Angel.
When not acting in film, television, or on stage, Camden continues to work as a film editor, editing many feature films, including; Third Coast Productions' The Sleep Eaters, Dreaming Dog Entertainment's Zen Noir, director Tony Zierra's USA The Movie, and recutting Robert Hall's Lightning Bug.