Cydni Jenkins, a Bronx native, has played in several web series. You may have seen her in “Tough Love”, “Love @ First Night” and “Pigs In A Bowl” to name just a few. Cydni’s ability to capture an audience with her delivery is extraordinary. Cydni studied at Five Towns College, graduating with a Business Management degree.
Haitian- born, Brooklyn-bred Model and Actress, Nedge made her stage debut performance in
What Happened That Night, presented at T. Schreiber Studios. Nedge loves exploring stories that are not only relatable but that are nuanced and sometimes may deviate from normal narratives. She studied Sociology and was inspired to pursue acting upon graduation. She's trained at Stella Adler, Upright Citizens Brigade and T. Schreiber Studios in New York.
Cassandra Borgella is an actress, singer, and a model. Her most notable work includes The Weasel Festival at the Public Theater, A Hand Across the Bridge (best supporting actress nominee) at eh Planet Connections Theater, and Leaves at the Strawberry Festival (best play winner). She also made her New York Fashion Week debut at Melange Movement 2019. Cassandra received a Theater degree from Brooklyn College, and continues to take classes around the city to strengthen her craft.
Dierdra is a Panamian-American hailing from Brooklyn, NY. She surrounded herself early in the area of the arts as she attended the High School of Art & Design, Art Institute of Pittsburgh, and FIT in NYC. Dierdra has been on many on-screen projects such as Power and Mr. Robot. She is currently the lead in a one-woman play that surrounds the political life of Eartha Kitt called, Down To Eartha.
Janel Koloski is a graduate of The William Esper Studio. Credits include leading roles in the short films Times Up, The Newcomer, and Just Memories. She also had supporting roles in the shorts Shred the Acoustic, Italian Turtles, and Sunbeam. Janel studied Irish Dancing for 14 years, and classical clarinet for 10 years. She is an advocate for human trafficking survivors and individuals with autism.
Kevin Wallace, a Baltimore native, is a New York-based model and actor. Kevin has given up his previous career as an HVAC technician to pursue his dream and is striving to become an expert at the craft of acting. You can catch Kevin on many ads throughout New York City. You might even see him on the subway.
darleen rae fontaine
Darleen Rae Fontaine is a New York-based commercial and voiceover actress. She has been featured in ThirdLove’s “To Each Her Own” campaign and Truth’s “VH1 2019 VMA commercial”. She has also acted in various short films, the most notable being Maturing Youth (2018) in which she won Best Supporting Actress in a Drama at The Cutting Room International Short Film Festival. Her television experience includes starring in an episode of Investigation Discovery's "Grave Secrets". Darleen is currently hosting with Verizon Media’s In The Know show “You Need This”.
Tremayne Miller is a D.C-based Full Stack Web Developer who finds excitement in Acting. Originally from Brooklyn, New York, he moved to South Florida where his interest and love for acting started after a few college acting classes and being granted the opportunity to play the lead on a Web Series and feature in a Short Film. When he’s not serenading witches with his vamping charm, he enjoys dancing, gaming, movie hopping, learning new languages and binge-watching anime.
Michael Erik is of Jamaican descent and a native New Yorker who has appeared in 'City On A Hill' (SHOWTIME), 'MakeupXBreakup' (BET), and 'Never, Rarely, Sometimes, Always' (Sundance 2020). He also wrote and directed his first short film 'Stupid Cupid' in 2018. His short term goals include training with renowned acting coach Larry Moss in Los Angeles, landing roles where he can display his Spanish speaking ability, landing a role where he can display his athletic abilities (college athlete), and booking more commercial roles. Look out for Michael Erik on a screen near you!
Fay DeJesus Wood graduated from The Acting Studio-NYC and has most recently appeared in the short film Me, Them, Us as Marta Rimierez. Her previous film credits include supporting roles in For a Better Life, and The Met. Fay has also performed in lead roles for off-off broadway theater productions such as Graveyard Shift, Speech and debate, and milk like sugar.
Kahlil Boursii was born and raised in Queens, New York. He started taking acting lessons in 2015 at The Barrow Group. He then started his acting career in 2016 with background work, then in 2017, he got his first role in an off-broadway play called A Sketch of New York. Since then he’s been cast in several projects including JuJu the Web-Series. His dedication, his growth, and his desire to be better shows through each project he’s featured on.
tamara s. hall
Tamara is New York-based actress and filmmaker from Philadelphia, PA. She is also a recent graduate of The William Esper Studio where she completed her studies in acting, movement and voice & speech. She’s produced and starred in two award-winning short films, Appetizer & A Night at the Table.
Malcolm Jerod is a New York-based comedian and actor from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He has two years training at the Upright Citizens Brigade Training Center for long-form improvisation. He has also taken acting classes at the New York Film Academy and T. Schreiber Studio. He is currently performing stand-ups around the city and curates online content.