Megan Guinan is an actress and writer balancing both coasts. Born and raised in New Jersey she likes to call herself a New Yorker. She's had recurring roles on the CW's Gossip Girl and TNT's Public Morals and in 2012 she starred in the indie drama Not Waving, But Drowning. Most recently she was seen on CBS’ Limitless
as Rachel Finch. She’s into martial arts and knitting, and hopes someday to ful ll her childhood fantasy of playing Buffy.



Drew Fonteiro is an actor, writer, illustrator, and dancer, born 1986 in Brockton, Massachusetts, "The City of Champions." He spent his childhood summers in his parent’s native country, Cabo Verde-- 10 Atlantic islands 400 miles off the coast
of West Africa where the dominant cultural mix is Portuguese and African. He speaks four languages, [English, Kriolu, Portuguese, Spanish] and an expert equestrian, a soccer player and dancer; Jazz, Kizomba, Latin, 'Step', and Hip-Hop. He is best known for his recurring role as Dennis on Michael Bay's The Last Ship and can be seen in ABC's Secrets and Lies alongside Juliette Lewis, and the new CBS medical drama, Pure Genius with Dermot Mulroney.



Nikki SooHoo, a southern California native, is best known for her roles in the movies: "Stick It," the gymnastics movie, "Bring It On: Fight to the Finish," the cheerleading movie, and "The Lovely Bones," directed by Peter Jackson. Nikki is trained in many different forms of movement including dance, martial arts, yoga, and CrossFit; all of which have contributed to a number of the roles she's played. Recently, she has appeared on TV shows like Pretty Little Liars, Speechless, Casual, and Wet Hot American Summer. Nikki is also a voice over artist on the Nick Jr. animated series, "Shimmer and Shine," as well as in a new Disney XD show that will premiere in 2018. Also, you can catch Nikki in Paramount Network's (Spike TV) new show "HEATHERS," premiering in March of 2018.


Josh is a graduate of Wesleyan University where he earned a BA in Theater. He is an actor, writer and lmmaker with extensive improv comedy experience. He has appeared on New Girl, Hot In Cleveland and the 2014 People's Choice Awards on CBS. Josh, along with Quinn Beswick, wrote and starred in New Partner, a three-part web series featuring Wayne Knight, Nick Searcy, Josh Fadem, and Sasha Spielberg. New Partner won Best Comedy at The New York Television Festival in 2015. It was then scooped up by Will Gluck's production company Olive Bridge and is being developed as a half-hour for television. My Boyfriend Is A Robot, a web series written by and starring Josh and Chloe Searcy, is currently in development at Freeform as one of the rst scripted shows for their new digital platform.


Gabriela Lopez was born in Dothan, AL. Throughout her childhood, everyone knew she was born to entertain. She recognized her itch for the arts at the age of 9 when she entered her 4th grade reading contest. After finishing high school, she began her career as an actress in Atlanta, GA. She was cast as a lead in ABC Family’s film, Teen Spirit, and soon after moved to Hollywood. Since then, she has been seen in Fox’s Rosewood, The 5th Wave, Coffee Shop, and more. Soon to be seen in The Browsing Effect, The Meridian Contact and Snapchat’s first series, Solve. She is also set to star in upcoming film, Skate God, alongside Chloe Bridges.


Larry was last seen and Rexy/Jason in The Legend of Georgia Mcbride at The Geffen Playhouse (Ovation Award). Also, seen/heard as MLK in L.A. Theatre Works production of The Mountaintop (Audie Award Nom). Other recent credits include Junior in L.A. Theatre Works' Between Riverside and Crazy; Felix in South Coast Repertory’s Curve of Departure. As well as, Lost In The Stars at UCLA's Royce Hall directed by Anne Bogart and the world premiere of Theresa Rebeck's new play Seared at San Francisco Playhouse. He played Homer in CTG's production of Father Comes Home From The Wars to an Ovation & NAACP Award Nomination. He also originated the role of Associate Pastor Joshua in Lucas Hnath's The Christians (Humana Festival; Playwrights Horizons; Mark Taper Forum). Other Credits: The Mountaintop (Actors Theatre of Louisville); While I Yet Live (Primary Stages); The Brothers Size (Actors Theatre of Louisville); Broke-ology (Lincoln Center Theater & Kansas City Rep); Four seasons at the Obie Award-winning Fire This Time Festival; Bronzeville (Robey Theatre Company, NAACP Award nomination). Upcoming Films: The Browsing Effect. Larry is also a published playwright. Carnegie Mellon Grad.