Viola Harris, a veteran actress, has appeared in several films, most notably: The Other Guys (2010), Sex and the City (2010), Choke (2008), and Woody Allen's Deconstructing Harry (1997). In addition to film and television, Harris has had several national stage appearances, including the national tour of Fiddler on the Roof. -- Read more...
Siobhan Fallon's film, television, and stage credits are numerous. Her most recent blockbuster feature film appearances include: The Bounty Hunter (2010) New in Town (2009), Dancer in the Dark (2000), The Negotiator (1998), Men in Black (1997), Striptease (1996), Forrest Gump (1994), and Seinfeld (1991-1994). Fallon has also appeared 20 times on Saturday Night Live.
Richard Scott is a native New Yorker and a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. After graduating from the Academy, he moved to Los Angeles where he worked in local theater productions and episodic TV. This process eventually enabled him to obtain his Equity and SAG memberships. Upon returning to New York in the late 1990s, after working in other fields, he turned his attention back to the dramatic arts. Richard is currently in rehearsals for a production of Shakespeare's The Tempest and is grateful for having had the opportunity to work with the talented cast and crew of The Secret Friend.
When In recent years, Beau Hauser has assumed numerous theatrical roles including, Brick in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Tony in Dial 'M' for Murder, and Curley in Oklahoma!. After examining the nature of film and realizing the human subtleties a camera could pick up, Beau reluctantly abandoned the stage and began a career transition that has granted him leading roles in over 15 short films in just two years. His role as The Male Doll in Flavio Alves' Even In My Dreams garnered Beau acclaim throughout film festivals worldwide. He is now a member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and is currently represented by Kolstein Talent Agency (KTA).
Melvin Shrebnick made his stage debut in The Mikado while he was a young boy in elementary school. Despite his affinity for the arts, Melvin's desire to become a medical professional would eventually win out, and he would go on to enjoy a lengthy career as an emergency medicine physician. Nevertheless, Melvin continued to pursue his passion for the performing arts in his spare time, appearing in plays such as The Diary of Ann Frank, Fiddler on the Roof, California Suite, 1776, and many others. In 2005, Melvin retired from medicine and has been actively pursuing roles in motion pictures ever since. Melvin recently assumed a leading role in the feature film Change, a supporting role in the feature film Élan, and was the story teller and narrator for Trace Burrough's 2008 documentary film, Endless Orgy for the Goddess of Perversion.
Jerry Jaffe has appeared in Film, TV & Theater. Film appearances include "Gloria" directed by John Cassavetes, "Ragtime," directed by Milos Forman, "Dadetown", "Rich Kids" and the following films yet to be released,"Bottleworld", "100 Years of Evil" and "Crime Scene". TV appearances include "Law and Order" and "One Life to Live". Jerry's theater appearance include productions written and directed by Eduardo Machado and Irene Fornes.