Abigail Eiland as “Joe Cassidy”

 

Abigail Eiland hails from an almost small town in California. She can be seen on stage, TV, film, and hiking mountains outside Los Angeles. She’s appeared on the shows Criminal Minds (CBS), Life On Mars (NBC), and Daddy Knows Best (Makers TV). Her most recent favorite stage roles include "Tara" in Assistants The Musical (Winner- Best of Fringe),  and "Rosemary" in Welcome to Santa (Pacific Resident Theater). Abby also writes (*Winner Atlanta International Film Festival). She’s currently managed by Citizen Skull Management.

David Thomas Jenkins as “Tom Hayes”

 

David Thomas Jenkins grew up in South Carolina in a family and culture rich in the telling of stories to pass along the knowledge of generations, to entertain, and to laugh at our human absurdities. After graduating from the College of Charleston, Jenkins moved to Los Angeles to further pursue the camera’s unique side of storytelling. Since then he has appeared in many TV shows, independent films, commercials, and plays from LA to Scotland, China, the Netherlands, and many stops in between working with the likes of Lance Henriksen, Daryl Hannah, John Rhys-Davies, and Dolf Lundgren. More info at davidthomasjenkins.com and @DTJENX on Twitter.

Jason Grasl as “Jakob Yazzie”

 

Jason Grasl is a Los Angeles based actor. Most recently, he has performed in Obie Award winner Lisa D’Amour’s new play Cherokee at the renowned Woolly Mammoth Theatre in Washington DC. He has also performed at The Public Theatre, Meadowbrook Theatre, The La Jolla Playhouse, and last year at both the White House and the United Nations. Jason is a member of the all-Native American improv troupe, Mayflower Welcoming Committee. He is also an ensemble member of Native Voices at the Autry, North America’s only Equity Theatre dedicated to original works by and about Native American and First Nations people where he has worked as an actor, playwright, producer, and assistant director. Stage credits include Standoff at Hwy #37, Teaching Disco Square Dancing to Our Elders: A Class Presentation, The Blame of Love (which he also wrote), From Little Seeds, Be the Hunter, Trophies, and Tony n Tina’s Wedding. Film credits include Jew In Choctaw Country, and Fantasy Football: The Movie. Recent TV credits include White Collar and Hot In Cleveland.

Rick Cramer as “Cort Cassidy”

 

Rick Cramer has appeared in more than 20 feature films, including Live Free or Die Hard, Transformers, Revenge of the Fallen, Resident Evil: Extinction, Rat Race and G.I. Jane. 60 plus episodic television credits include True Blood, CSI, Life, multiple episodes of E.R. and a recurring role (5 episodes) on The West Wing. Originally from Tennessee, Rick made his way to Hollywood after six years in the Air Force. His first feature was the Joel Silver/Denzel Washington actioner, Ricochet, where all his scenes were opposite John Lithgow.

 

Gregory Zaragoza as “Cricket”

 

Gregory Zaragoza is a lawyer by day. His film credits include The Perfect Family, Jordan, Fishes Outta Water, The Last of the Mohicans, Double Barrel and Point of Origin. His television credits include The Sopranos, Law & Order, The War That Made America, North & South (Heaven & Hell), Grace & Glorie, New York Undercover, The Jury, HULU’s fully improvised series Quick Draw and SAG American Indian Actors. He has been on Broadway as "Chief Sitting Bull" in Annie Get Your Gun and as the "Apparition" and "Soldier" in Macbeth. He portrayed over 20 characters in the one-man show Sacred Journey and was Dwight Grackle in David Mamet’s November at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles.

 

Jessy Knudsen as “Quinn”

 

Jessy Knudsen is a New York based actress and singer, originally from Seattle, Washington. She received her Undergraduate degree from the University of San Francisco and her Graduate degree from CAP21 Conservatory in Manhattan.  She was last seen on stage in two World Premiere Musicals in New York City and won the Bay Area Critics Circle Award for Best Actress for the role of "Laurie" in Oklahoma.

 

Lola Kelly as “Rowena"

 

Lola Kelly grew up in Los Angeles and Galway, Ireland. She is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and has also trained at The Groundlings. On stage she has played major roles such as "Ophelia", "Miss Julia" and "Inez" in theaters around the world and on screen she's played leads in four feature length independent films. She recently guest starred in Lifetime's My Haunted House, and The Next Steps.

 

Peter Fuller as “Kearny"

 
 
 

Bryan Hardnen as “Sootie”

 
 
 

Annie Pace as “Annie”