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MAREM
HASSLER

CANDIS
CAYNE

STARRING AS "EVIE"
STARRING AS "PENNY"

Marem Hassler is a multi-award winning actress. A Swiss-Trinidadian mix born in Switzerland to artistic parents - her mother a sculptor, her father a filmmaker and camera man. She started her acting career in England with the TV show DREAM TEAM on SKY 1 and continued to make a name for herself in theatre, film, TV and world-wide commercials.

 

She relocated to Los Angeles where she co founded Viscus Film and created several art-house projects. She  won the 2018 ISA awards for best lead actress in a dramatic show, for her portrayal of Riley Parra in the series RILEY PARRA, and was nominated for the 2019 ISA award for the same role in the same category. 

She has just wrote and directed her first feature film PEN PALS, in which she also has a role, and stars in SEQUALAE which is in post-production. Other lead roles include the TV movies DAD FOR RENT and EXPOSED and a recurring role on the popular soap opera BEACON HILL and the TV series EMERGENCY: LA.

 

She is the co-founder of Prickly Pears Films in the US and Taten-Drang Films in Switzerland.

Candis is a versatile actress on both stage and screen, who has worked with FilmMcQueen CRAZY BITCHES and METH HEAD.

 

In 2007, she was cast in the ground-breaking series regular role as Carmelita Rainer in ABCs hit primetime show, DIRTY SEXY MONEY. She became the first transgendered actress to play a starring role on a network show, breaking barriers and blazing a path for her community to follow. She recently was part of the controversial I AM CAIT, and played the Fairy Queen for a season of THE MAGICIANS. Candis's diverse film work includes the recently released I HATE NEW YEAR’S. Other credits: TO WONG FOO THANKS FOR EVERYTHING, JULIE NEWMAR, STONEWALL, and ALWAYS SOMETHING BETTER.Choreography credits include TOO WONG FOO and STONEWALL

 

She has appeared in numerous multi-media campaigns including television commercials and print ads, while also keeping busy with fashion shows, off-Broadway productions, and her own one-woman cabaret show, which she has performed throughout the country and abroad.

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MARK
PRICE

as "ROBBY"

Marc is best known for playing "Skippy” on the hit 80s sitcom,

FAMILY TIES. He went on to host to one hundred and fifty episodes  of TEEN WIN, LOSE OR DRAW and starred in films including TRICK OR TREAT, with Gene Simmons and Ozzy Osborne, and THE RESCUE.

 

Numerous production credits include National Lampoon's FUNNY MONEY, COMEDIANS UNLEASHED for Animal Planet, Food Network's YOU’RE COOKED, STAR DATES on E!, and the GREEN COLLAR COMEDY SHOW on Showtime. He has been a segment producer for REAL TV, RICKI LAKE and INSIDE EDITION, and he wrote, produced and starred in THE MIDNIGHT HOUR, a late-night talk show for CBS.

As a stand-up, Marc performed at the first COMIC RELIEF on HBO, has opened for Jay Leno and Jerry Seinfeld, and toured with Scott 'Carrot Top' Thompson and 'Weird Al' Yankovic, among many others.

FORD
AUSTIN

as "FRED"

Ford Austin is an American stage and motion picture actor who was born in Oklahoma and raised in Texas. His numerous stage appearances include the Philadelphia premiere of THE GRAPES OF WRATH, THE HOMECOMING, DEATH OF A SALESMAN at The Papermill Playhouse (with Ralph Waite and Lisa Richards,) MACBETH at Westport Country Playhouse (with Kevin Conway) and more recently MALEINTELLECT: AN OXYMORON.

 

TV roles include ANOTHER WORLD, and SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE. Feature films include the Michael Bay action film PEARL HARBOR, and recently the horror film DIGGING TO DEATH. He starred in the short film FAMILY TREE with Talia Shire and Harland Williams, which premiered at Sundance, won the jury prize at SXSW and qualified for the Academy Awards. He also wrote and directed another Academy qualifier, TINY DANCER.

 

Ford was also the co-founder of WONDERHOWTO.COM – a successful internet venture in the 2000s. He has directed over a dozen low budget horror features including THE CURSE OF LIZZY BORDEN and DAHMER VS. GACY.

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GUINEVERE
TURNER

as "AURORA"

Guinevere emerged on the scene with the 1994 Sundance darling, GO FISH, as co-writer, co-producer, and star of the film. She followed by co-writing the adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis' AMERICAN PSYCHO which has made her iconic in the horror community and launched her career as a writer. Directed by Mary Harron, Guinevere is slaughtered in a memorable cameo in the film.

 

Guinevere continued her collaboration with Mary as co-writer on THE NOTORIOUS BETTIE PAGE. Her most recent screenplay, CHARLIE SAYS, written by Guinevere and directed by Mary, stars Hannah Murray and Matt Smith. It premiered at the venerated Venice Film Festival  and was released in May 2019.

 

Her other produced feature scripts include BREAKING THE GIRLS and BLOOD RAYNE.  Guinevere has also worked in television as writer, story editor and guest star for the first two seasons of THE L WORD and has several pilot projects in development.