T Death Cast

Ron Phippen Russell Ron is a Hell's Kitchen native and graduate of Maggie Flanigan Studio. His recent film credits include Eric Swiz’s “Scenes from the Underground” and Paul Chung’s award winning “Vivid”. Recent theater credits include: “Queen Latina and her Power Posse” at Cherry Lane Theater and "Dr. Watson" a workshop production with The Park Avenue Armory.   www.ronphippen.com

Ron Phippen

Russell

Ron is a Hell's Kitchen native and graduate of Maggie Flanigan Studio. His recent film credits include Eric Swiz’s “Scenes from the Underground” and Paul Chung’s award winning “Vivid”. Recent theater credits include: “Queen Latina and her Power Posse” at Cherry Lane Theater and "Dr. Watson" a workshop production with The Park Avenue Armory.

 

www.ronphippen.com

Jessica O'Hara-Baker Maggie Jessica is a California-born, New York-based theatre and film maker. Primarily an actor, she has grown into a multi-disciplinary artist over the years, wearing the hat of director, producer, and writer . Jessica has a penchant for performing in new works and being part of the development process. She has performed in or directed new pieces at EST, The Lark, Drama League, Primary Stages, LAByrinth, Cherry Lane, Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, New York Madness, and The Farm Theater, among others.   She is a graduate of Tisch School of the Arts and a member of AEA. http://www.jessicaoharabaker.com/

Jessica O'Hara-Baker

Maggie

Jessica is a California-born, New York-based theatre and film maker. Primarily an actor, she has grown into a multi-disciplinary artist over the years, wearing the hat of director, producer, and writer .

Jessica has a penchant for performing in new works and being part of the development process. She has performed in or directed new pieces at EST, The Lark, Drama League, Primary Stages, LAByrinth, Cherry Lane, Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, New York Madness, and The Farm Theater, among others.  

She is a graduate of Tisch School of the Arts and a member of AEA.

http://www.jessicaoharabaker.com/

 
Noam Harary Dale Noam is an actor residing in both NY and LA.  Most recently on House of Cards (Netflix), and Madam Secretary (CBS).  Other credits: Soon By You (Z, Dir. Leah Gottfried), Living Will (Matt, Lionsgate), Smokd (Dir. Tamika Miller)  and is currently in Israel researching a role for an upcoming film, "Canada".   www.noamharary.com

Noam Harary

Dale

Noam is an actor residing in both NY and LA.  Most recently on House of Cards (Netflix), and Madam Secretary (CBS).  Other credits: Soon By You (Z, Dir. Leah Gottfried), Living Will (Matt, Lionsgate), Smokd (Dir. Tamika Miller)  and is currently in Israel researching a role for an upcoming film, "Canada".  

www.noamharary.com

Duane Cooper Paul Duane Cooper is a New York based actor and graduate of The Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre. Originally from Jamaica, West Indies, he now resides in Jamaica Queens, and feels he has earned the right to call himself a true New Yorker (whatever that means). He has appeared in plays all over the city, most recently in the Dutch Kills Theatre Company's "Solitary." Film credits include "Notorious," "New York I Love You," as well as numerous shorts, a few of which can be seen on his website- duanecooper.nyc. TV credits include, "NYC 22", "Chappelle's Show", "Guiding Light." He has appeared in over 25 commercials, both national and regional, most recently with Ja Rule for Footlocker. He is the Co-founder of the sketch comedy group Really Sketchy (videos available on youtube), and is the voice of Axel Brodie on season three of Fox's "Yu Gi Oh! GX." Currently, he is delving into the world of physical theatre as the newest member of Broken Box Mime Theatre Company. He is thrilled and grateful to be collaborating with Adam Volerich, and is exploring the production side of filmmaking.

Duane Cooper

Paul

Duane Cooper is a New York based actor and graduate of The Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre. Originally from Jamaica, West Indies, he now resides in Jamaica Queens, and feels he has earned the right to call himself a true New Yorker (whatever that means). He has appeared in plays all over the city, most recently in the Dutch Kills Theatre Company's "Solitary." Film credits include "Notorious," "New York I Love You," as well as numerous shorts, a few of which can be seen on his website- duanecooper.nyc. TV credits include, "NYC 22", "Chappelle's Show", "Guiding Light." He has appeared in over 25 commercials, both national and regional, most recently with Ja Rule for Footlocker. He is the Co-founder of the sketch comedy group Really Sketchy (videos available on youtube), and is the voice of Axel Brodie on season three of Fox's "Yu Gi Oh! GX." Currently, he is delving into the world of physical theatre as the newest member of Broken Box Mime Theatre Company. He is thrilled and grateful to be collaborating with Adam Volerich, and is exploring the production side of filmmaking.

Inga Schlingmann Rider Inga Schlingmann hails from Rockland County, New York. She fell into acting in the third grade when a casting director visited her dance studio and cast her in a series of VHS starring Kathie Lee Gifford. Having a taste of the set-life, she started auditioning for other roles and soon became a member of the Screen Actors Guild. At 18, Inga left the world of acting to study Art History and Chemistry at New York University. After graduating, however, she realized that acting was her true passion and subsequently studied the Meisner technique under Maggie Flanigan. She is ecstatic to be working with Adam Volerich again, and thankful for this wonderful opportunity.

Inga Schlingmann

Rider

Inga Schlingmann hails from Rockland County, New York. She fell into acting in the third grade when a casting director visited her dance studio and cast her in a series of VHS starring Kathie Lee Gifford. Having a taste of the set-life, she started auditioning for other roles and soon became a member of the Screen Actors Guild. At 18, Inga left the world of acting to study Art History and Chemistry at New York University. After graduating, however, she realized that acting was her true passion and subsequently studied the Meisner technique under Maggie Flanigan. She is ecstatic to be working with Adam Volerich again, and thankful for this wonderful opportunity.