Rick Irwin was born and raised outside of Philadelphia. Although he grew up in a house where television was limited, the acting bug bit him when he started going to the movies with his father. He became interested in the stage after discovering musicals like Sweeney Todd and Sunday in the Park with George. Irwin was accepted into the Syracuse University School of Drama, whose alumni include Aaron Sorkin, Frank Langella, Vanessa Williams, Taye Diggs, Vera Farmiga and Tom Everett Scott.
After completing his time at Syracuse, Irwin moved to New York City, where he continued his training and worked on stage regionally and on tour. Irwin soon relocated to Los Angeles and started working continuously in film, TV, theater and commercials.
On the big screen, Irwin has worked with Orlando Bloom on The Good Doctor, Jesse
Eisenberg and Aziz Ansari on 30 Minutes or Less and James Gandolfini on Mr. Gandolfini’s last completed film, Enough Said, also starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Tommy Lee Jones cast Irwin in The Homesman, starring Mr. Jones, Meryl Streep and Hilary Swank, which premiered at Cannes. Irwin plays the lead in the first-ever virtual reality feature film, Career Opportunities in Organized Crime, which debuted at South by Southwest. Irwin will appear in a number of upcoming films including The Upside starring Bryan Cranston, Kevin Hart and Nicole Kidman. He also plays the main character in the psychological thriller The Luring, about a man with dissociative amnesia.
Rick is married to actor Deborah Lynn Meier.
Michaela grew up in the small town of Kennebunkport Maine where she started taking dance lessons at the age of four. Although she was painfully shy, she loved the excitement of performing on stage. Throughout high school, her love for performing grew deeper and she knew that she needed to leave the confines of Maine. At the age of seventeen Michaela graduated early from high school in order to move to New York and pursue a professional career in dance. After arriving to New York City, Michaela worked hard to improve her dance training and performance skills in all aspects. Michaela struggled for a while, trying to build a name for herself in a city where she knew no one. Finally, after months of hard work, she booked her first professional dance job. In November of 2007 she signed onto Bloc Agency and since that time has booked jobs working on various tours and commercials. Although her love of dance never subsided, Michaela eventually found herself wanting more out of performing. This led her to Sally Johnson Studios, where she discovered a pool of talent and nurturing teachers who helped uncover a side of herself she'd never known. She studied under the guidance of Jen Krater and Brad Calcaterra, and later on with Kelly Kimball of Kimball Studios. She has been been blessed to work on shows such as 'Boardwalk Empire', 'Smash', 'Royal Pains' and ‘Billions’. As well as the Christmas feature ‘The Night Before’ starring Seth Rogen. Michaela is excited for whats to come, enjoying the exploration of each new character.
Dan Berkey is an actor and writer. He started acting in 1979. Up until 2007 it was all on stage. Now it's all on various sets, here and abroad, from Boardwalk Empire to an eclectic bunch of wild things, a few of which were quite good. He's still ticking.
Molly Fahey , Jennifer, is an actress, producer and host best known for Bikini Girl in Grand Theft Auto V. She was a lead in the long running Off-Broadway comedy It's Just Sex, and executive produced and co-starred in the comedy series “Missed Connections.” She has been seen in numerous National commercials and print campaigns for companies including NBC, NFL Football, Sharp, Budweiser, the American Association of Orthodontics, MTV, VMA Rhapsody and Blackberry.
Molly is an active member of New York Women in Film, AEA and SAG-AFTRA. She studied Musical Theater and Media Studies at the University of Northern Colorado, attended the New York School for Film and Television, and studied film editing at the Digital Film Academy in NYC. Molly is the founder of MFM Transmedia, a production company based in New York City, where she specializes in Production and Digital Marketing.
Bringing to life the diabolical role of Jennifer in The Luring has been one of Molly’s favorite roles to date.
Henry Gagliardi has had feature film roles in The Grief of Others, 7th Secret and Trainwreck, and also roles in many short films, including as the lead in the critically-acclaimed and award-winning short, Embers & Dust. He has also had roles in various television shows, including as a recurring character in multiple episodes of CBS’s Limitless, and roles in Law & Order: SVU and Royal Pains. Additionally, Henry has appeared as a principal on stage in The Radio City Christmas Spectacular and in many national and regional commercial campaigns for brands such as Charles Schwab, Radio Shack and Six Flags.
Henry’s primary training has come through experience. He has been directed by Judd Apatow, Steven Soderbergh and Michael Pressman, and also worked with actors such as Amy Schumer, Bill Hader, Mark Feuerstein, and Kelli Giddish, learning as much as he can from each.
Most recently, Henry appeared on television in the 2017 season finale of Law & Order: SVU and as a principal in a 2018 off-Broadway production of a dramatic play examining mental illness and its impact on a working class 1960s family, Holy Name.
Henry has been acting professionally since he was 6-years-old but has also found time to participate in activities such as 8 years of gymnastics, 7 years of soccer, baseball, flag football and competitive robotics. Additionally, Henry can solve a Rubik’s cube in under 2 minutes, is adept with card tricks like shuffling and card-throwing, and is skilled with a yo-yo. He lives at home in New Jersey with his parents, older sister, younger brother, 2 cats and a dog, and excitedly looks forward to whatever roles lie in his future…but would particularly enjoy any role that would allow him to work alongside Chris Hemsworth or, as potentially her most-devoted 6th Grade fan, Meryl Streep.