Aron Von Andrian
Aron Von Andrian was born in South West London. His breakout role was playing Prince Albert in the BBC series “Dodger.” Last year, he wrapped on the highly anticipated new “Indiana Jones” film. Other recent projects include “House of the Dragon” and Steven Spielberg’s new series, “Masters of the Air.”
Amelia Eve has a degree in English literature and trained with the National Youth Theatre and Identity School of Acting. She is known for her breakout role in “The Haunting of Bly Manor” on Netflix and can be seen in Sebastian Gutierrez’s “Leopard Skin,” which is now streaming on Peacock.
Connor Tillman has appeared in numerous film, television, and theater productions, including “For All Mankind,” “Unbelievable,” “9-1-1,” and the film “Snag”. After studying in Chicago, Connor returned to southern California and currently resides in East LA.
Emily DeForest is a New York-based actress and filmmaker. Film credits include Ryan Martin Brown’s “Tired Eyes” (Montclair Film Festival, NoBudge) and Tij D’oyen’s upcoming “Nepotism, Baby!” Stage credits include Shakespeare Theatre Company’s “Red Velvet.”
John Ales is a Meisner-trained actor based in Los Angeles. He is best known for his role as Rehab on Denis Leary’s “Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll” and currently appears as David Vaughn on HBO‘s “Euphoria.” John is a proud father and husband.
Aaron Dalla Villa
Born and raised in Virginia, Aaron Dalla Villa studied music and dance at the Governor’s School for the Arts. He was most recently seen in the SXSW breakout “The Wrath Of Becky” and has guest starred on “FBI” and co-starred on other hit TV shows, such as “Gotham,” “Madam Secretary,” “On The Verge,” and “Gossip Girl.”
Brielle Robillard is an American-Canadian actress born in New York City. You can see Brielle as Teri Moore in Amazon Prime’s comedy series “The Lake,” Lila in “My Favorite Christmas Melody,” Lorraine Anderson in “Murdoch Mysteries,” Gwen Swanson in “The Silencing,” Stella Hartford in “Nurses,” Greta in “Endlings,” and the upcoming film “Place of Bones,” opposite Heather Graham, playing Hester. After starring in the YTV series “Zoink’d,” Brielle went on to be a lead character in the short film “Withheld,” winning the Best Canadian Short Work Award at the Whistler Film Festival, with the jury commenting that “it was incredibly thought-provoking, and we would like to highlight Brielle Robillard as a rising star to watch for.”
Matthew Erick White
Originally from Huntersville, North Carolina, Matthew Erick White is an American actor best known for his work on Amazon’s Max and Me, ABC’s The Young and the Restless, and CBS’s Station 19. Last year, Matthew spent some time in the Yucatán Peninsula, shooting the NBC Pilot Getaway. Here, he worked closely with Chicago Fire’s Annie Illonzeh, Manifest’s Matt Long, and The Orginals’ Sebastian Roché. Furthermore, he recently starred in a short film entitled BULLY alongside Modern Family’s Ariel Winter and Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Terry Crews.