Aina Dumlao

Aina Dumlao


"Where I'm from, unless you were born into privilege, opportunities for a good life are scarce - which is why 10.2 million Filipinos work abroad and remittances account for 14% of the GDP.

I had an uncle who worked as a seafarer - barely seeing his family for 3 decades. When his wife was diagnosed with cancer & died, he was far from home, at sea working to pay off their mounting medical bills.

I have a dozen real-life stories like this."

+ Aina is currently recurring on HBO's Ballers and CBS' MacGyver | IMDb

Leslie Thurston


Leslie, a product of Southern parents, and of Caribbean heritage grew up in the New York City neighborhood of Spanish Harlem. After college, she won a full scholarship to attend The Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute, by placing first in the NYCHA (New York City Housing Authority) talent competition.

As an award winning actress, Leslie, is known for her work in: What's Love Got To Do With It, M Name is Khan, Fallen Stars, Shameless, Raising Hope, Extant and recurring on TNTs Major Crimes. She can be seen as 'Principal Fremont' in the upcoming film 'Dismissed.'

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Maria Pallas


A native of Arizona with a BS from Arizona State, where she performed as a dancer for the NFL. She then toured 28+ countries with the USO post 9/11. Realizing life is short, and the only way to really “live” is with purpose, she pursued her passion for theatre and the arts, earning her MFA in Acting from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

Her acting career began in NYC with her first TV role on Guiding Light and the Off-off Broadway play Grasmere, which also toured internationally. Her most recent feature, Breaking Legs is in festivals and is currently available on Amazon.

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Seli M. Rose

Seli M. Rose


Seli M. Rose is a Los Angeles-based actress who has appeared on hit shows like You're the Worst, Days of Our Lives and CSI: Miami. She has won Best Actress at the Open World Toronto Film Festival in 2015 and had completed the suspense thriller "Borderline" with award-winning cinematographer Phil Meheux.

In addition to obtaining her BA in Drama and Theatre from LSU in London, Seli attended workshops at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. In LA, she has studied under various prestigious acting coaches and says, "We must never stop being a student, and I appreciate the work."

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Shaw Jones


Shaw's soon to be released feature films include The Chain (starring Ray Wise), Stateside (starring Mon Confiado), and End of Sentence (starring John Hawkes and Logan Lerman.) Shaw has leading roles in the upcoming features Proximity and Blue. His short, The Heist, was recently featured in The Huffington Post as being a standout parody film.

Shaw originally hails from Memphis Tennessee, and graduated from Southern Methodist University in Dallas. His passions are running, music, and swimming in a backyard blowup pool with his wife and two young sons.

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Jeremy Andorfer-Lopez


Jeremy is an American actor known for his work on the USA series "Shooter", Lake Bell's sophomore directorial film "I Do...Until I Don't", and Tony Estrada's "Bridesman" with Danny Trejo.

Jeremy has also worked on several films as producer w/ his first feature (A Devil's Game) released on streaming. His second (The View From Here) is set to release in the Fall of 2017.

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Eddie Martinez


J. Eddie Martinez started his acting career in off-Broadway theater and went on to work on “Law & Order”, “Law & Order CI”. He moved to Los Angeles where he landed a role on the CBS show “The Unit”, Showtime’s “Weeds”, and TNT “Dark Blue”.

This year you can catch Eddie playing Vice President Ruben Ochoa in the feature film “Bel Canto” starring Julianne Moore and Ken Wantanabe, directed by Paul Weitz.

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