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Kerry Stauffer graduated from Butler University with a BA in Theatre in 2013. Two years later, she made the move to Los Angeles, where she currently resides. Kerry has dipped her toes in the stand-up, improv, and horror communities and is grateful for the opportunities that lie ahead.
Catherine is best known as the no-nonsense Agent Connie Frazier on the Netflix megahit, Stranger Things and will soon be seen as Rachel Campbell in The Terminal List opposite Chris Pratt, as well as playing Teresa Bonner on season 2 of The Morning Show. Catherine also recently wrapped Guest Star roles on season 2 of Sweet Magnolias for Netflix and Just Beyond for Disney+.
A Chicago native, Dwayne is a filmmaker with a passion for telling stories that unflinchingly look into the depths of the human experience, crafting narratives that invite viewers to a state of introspection. Decades of coaching & mentoring fuel Dwayne’s desire to make impactful content. His extensive background in dance, music production and athletics, undeniably appear in his creatives, as you’ll often find him infusing rhythm and movement into projects in unique ways. As a beloved film community leader and highly sought-after commercial AD turned Director, Dwayne is poised to leave an indelible mark on every project that he touches.
Writer/director/actress Deb Hiett has appeared in many TV shows such as “The Good Place,” “Barry,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “Veep,” “Baskets,” “Documentary Now,” “The Office” and “Parks and Recreation.” She’s a regular panelist on the NPR show “Says You!” and the plays she has written have been produced across the country.
Actress/Writer/Director Stephanie Erb has garnered over 100 onscreen appearances. Recurs include RAY DONOVAN, WEEDS, FREAKS AND GEEKS and TRUE BLOOD. Films include projects with directors like Peter Weir, Gore Verbinski, and John Hancock. Current intent: creating female-centric content; expanding her acting repertoire to include witches, divas and traditionally male roles.
Jessica Redish is an award-winning director, writer & choreographer. Her body of work ranges from recently choreographing The Smashing Pumpkins International Tour to winning Best Director at the 2020 Atlanta Comedy Film Festival for her short film “The Last Croissant,” which was also featured on Funny or Die. Her short film AIRWAY recently won Best Micro Comedy Film at the Women’s Comedy Festival in Atlanta.
Jenna is an award winning filmmaker and actress based out of Atlanta. She loves to explore topics that push boundaries, are a little dark and also make you laugh.
Joan Philo Screenwriter | Extras Casting Director Featured Screenplay: Scoot Summer in the South Film Festival 2020 *Winner* Best Comedy Screenplay | Feature Instagram | Twitter www.thedarlingseries.com About Joan Joan Philo writes short scripts, feature...
Amber is a NY-based actor, writer, and producer. Her short film “Steve” won Best Comedy at Summer in the South Film Festival 2019 and will screen at the 2020 Women’s Comedy Film Festival – Atlanta.