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Lala Hensely
Hannah Ward (credited as Lala Hensely) is originally from New York City, and moved to California to pursue film and television. Thus far she’s been fortunate to work on various independent films, shorts, and a few commercials. Apart from auditioning, filming, and finishing up a Bachelors degree at the University of California, Irvine, she spends time enjoying the outdoorsy activities that the lovely California weather allows for.

Matthew Mercer
Matthew Mercer
 is a Los Angeles actor/writer/director whose voice talents can be heard in many animated shows and video games, including “Super Street Fighter IV”, “World of Warcraft”, “Wolfenstein”, and “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2”. He can currently be heard voicing Tygra in Cartoon Network's “Thundercats” reboot. As co-creator and director of the hit web series "There Will Be Brawl," Matthew portrays the manipulative Ganondorf and supplies the voices for Kirby and Metaknight. Additionally, he co-directs, writes, and occasionally appears in "Fear News with the Last Girl" on Comcast's FEARnet.
Rayne Bidder

Rayne Bidder 
was born in England and spent her childhood in Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya. She made her stage debut as Gretel in the International Community School of Addis Ababa's production of "The Sound of Music." Rayne graduated high school in Nairobi with a coveted IB Higher Diploma in Theatre Arts. She attended Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania, receiving a Bachelor's Degree in Archaeology. Rayne then crossed the country to study acting at the prestigious American Academy of Dramatic Arts in L.A. A huge horror fan.
James Adam Lim

James Adam Lim
 is an up-and-coming Korean-American actor who was raised in Plano, TX. He left nursing school with a year to graduate to pursue his dreams in Hollywood. James has performed in numerous films with positive reviews. He considers his family, faith, and desire for more Asian-American presence in Hollywood productions as most important to him. James spends his free time hanging out with friends, watching movies, and working out.

Tara Strand
Tara Strand 
is a California native and a diverse performer. Much of her background comes from the world of variety arts where she’s performed theatrically as a clown, a dancer, a character actress, a sideshow artist, and even a magician’s assistant. Her stage credits include performances with the LA Opera, the Velvet Hammer Burlesque, the American Russian Theatre Ensemble Laboratory (ARTEL), and the Sideshow Sirens. In keeping with this quaint path, Tara’s screen work includes a growing number of offbeat video and film projects, most of which seem to involve death.

Jennifer Zhang
Jennifer Zhang 
began her writing and producing career at the age of 22 at a commercial production company owned by the co-executive producer of TV’s “Friends.” She served a brief stint at the Walt Disney Company where – in addition to writing award-winning web copy for two of the company’s national campaigns – she had the privilege of writing several scripts for web videos starring the Muppets. In 2007, she focused her attention on screenwriting, filmmaking and acting. She appeared as an extra in “Seabiscuit” and Sam Raimi’s “Drag Me to Hell” before gaining media attention and a fan following among gamers for writing, producing and acting in the popular “Street Fighter High” web series. “Dead Inside” marks her feature film debut.

Sage Howard
Sage How
ard is a Montana native with passions for acting, travel and adventure. She holds a B.A. in Theatre with honors from Lewis and Clark College and an M.F.A from University of California, Irvine. She recently performed with regional theatres including Cornerstone Theatre Company, Theatre Rhinoceros, and Equinox Theatre. She was nominated for best supporting actress in the world premier of Eve’s Rapture, for her role as Sin. Recent film credits include “Blame the Rain”, “Retreat”, and “Making Room”. 

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