Cast

  • Cleopatra Coleman

    Cleopatra Coleman is an Australian actress of Scottish and Jamaican descent who grew up in Byron Bay, New South Wales. She began her acting career in 2004 when she was cast as ‘Zandie Brokow’ in the Australian children’s science fiction series “Silversun.”

    Cleopatra’s career spans over 15 years of celebrated film, television and theatrical productions both in Australia and the US. She can currently be seen costarring alongside Will Forte in her fourth season of Fox’s critically acclaimed hit comedy “The Last Man on Earth.” Cleopatra continues to write films lead by empowered female protagonists.

    She graduated from the prestigious performing arts program at Sandringham College in Melbourne Victoria. She now resides in Los Angeles.

    Cleopatra Coleman is an Australian actress of Scottish and Jamaican descent who grew up in Byron Bay, New South Wales. She began her acting career in 2004 when she was cast as ‘Zandie Brokow’ in the Australian children’s science fiction series “Silversun.”

    Cleopatra’s career spans over 15 years of celebrated film, television and theatrical productions both in Australia and the US. She can currently be seen costarring alongside Will Forte in her fourth season of Fox’s critically acclaimed hit comedy “The Last Man on Earth.” Cleopatra continues to write films lead by empowered female protagonists.

    She graduated from the prestigious performing arts program at Sandringham College in Melbourne Victoria. She now resides in Los Angeles.

  • Shane Coffey

    Originally from Houston Texas, Shane Coffey received his BFA in theater from the University of Southern California. After graduating, he began to work right away, landing the recurring character of Holden on the hit ABC Family series Pretty Little Liars.

    Shortly thereafter Shane was brought on to play the recurring younger version of the lead in TNT's series Perception. He was also the lead in the USA Pilot The Novice, and has also guest starred on a number of television shows, including CSI, The Originals, Castle, NCIS, and Major Crimes.

    In 2016 he was the lead, alongside Game Of Throne's Jason Momoa, in the thriller Sugar Mountain. Shane can next be seen in the historical epic Robert the Bruce. When Shane is not in front of the camera, he spends his time writing and directing as well as playing music.

    Originally from Houston Texas, Shane Coffey received his BFA in theater from the University of Southern California. After graduating, he began to work right away, landing the recurring character of Holden on the hit ABC Family series Pretty Little Liars.

    Shortly thereafter Shane was brought on to play the recurring younger version of the lead in TNT's series Perception. He was also the lead in the USA Pilot The Novice, and has also guest starred on a number of television shows, including CSI, The Originals, Castle, NCIS, and Major Crimes.

    In 2016 he was the lead, alongside Game Of Throne's Jason Momoa, in the thriller Sugar Mountain. Shane can next be seen in the historical epic Robert the Bruce. When Shane is not in front of the camera, he spends his time writing and directing as well as playing music.

  • Craig muMs Grant

    Craig muMs Grant is an American Poet, Actor and Playwright. He has performed on New York City stages for more than 20 years. muMs is best known for playing Arnold Jackson aka Poet on the HBO hit show “OZ.” At the same time, muMs is an internationally known poet performing at over 200 cafes, colleges and universities across the U.S., Europe, and Africa.

    muMs is a proud member of the Labyrinth Theater Company, debuting in such productions as the critically acclaimed Last Days Of Judas Iscariot and A View From 151st. Both performed Off-Broadway at the NYC’s Public Theater.

    With Labyrinth, muMs has also workshopped his own plays, Paradox of The Urban Cliche and Loveness: I will only love you once, and A Sucker Emcee. He recently recurred on the acclaimed series HORACE AND PETE, as well as LUKE CAGE and Spike Lee’s new series SHE’S GOTTA HAVE IT, both on NETFLIX. In addition to Spike, muMs has worked in the past with Scorcese, Inarritu, and Soderbergh.

    Craig muMs Grant is an American Poet, Actor and Playwright. He has performed on New York City stages for more than 20 years. muMs is best known for playing Arnold Jackson aka Poet on the HBO hit show “OZ.” At the same time, muMs is an internationally known poet performing at over 200 cafes, colleges and universities across the U.S., Europe, and Africa.

    muMs is a proud member of the Labyrinth Theater Company, debuting in such productions as the critically acclaimed Last Days Of Judas Iscariot and A View From 151st. Both performed Off-Broadway at the NYC’s Public Theater.

    With Labyrinth, muMs has also workshopped his own plays, Paradox of The Urban Cliche and Loveness: I will only love you once, and A Sucker Emcee. He recently recurred on the acclaimed series HORACE AND PETE, as well as LUKE CAGE and Spike Lee’s new series SHE’S GOTTA HAVE IT, both on NETFLIX. In addition to Spike, muMs has worked in the past with Scorcese, Inarritu, and Soderbergh.

  • Beth Grant

    Known as a Hollywood lucky charm, Beth Grant has co-starred in three Academy Award winning Best Pictures: THE ARTIST, NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN, and RAIN MAN. She has twice received the Screen Actors Guild Ensemble Award for LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE and NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN. She also voiced the Academy Award winning Best Animated Feature, RANGO.

    Currently in theaters, Grant is “Elaine” in acclaimed LUCKY co-starring with legendary Harry Dean Stanton in his last film.

    She has just completed her 6th season as a TV series regular, “Beverly,” on THE MINDY PROJECT for NBC Universal on HULU. She is recurs as “Jack” on Neil Gaiman’s AMERICAN GODS created by Bryan Fuller and Michael Green for STARZ.

    Last season Grant starred as “Lady Bird Johnson” opposite Natalie Portman’s Jackie Kennedy in JACKIE, directed by Pablo Larrain.

    Appearing frequently in projects for James Franco, she co-stars with Vincent D’Onofrio in the Tennessee Williams biopic TENN; Steinbeck’s IN DUBIOUS BATTLE; and William Gay’s THE LONG HOME; also playing Faulkner’s iconic character “Addie Bundren” in AS I...

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    Known as a Hollywood lucky charm, Beth Grant has co-starred in three Academy Award winning Best Pictures: THE ARTIST, NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN, and RAIN MAN. She has twice received the Screen Actors Guild Ensemble Award for LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE and NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN. She also voiced the Academy Award winning Best Animated Feature, RANGO.

    Currently in theaters, Grant is “Elaine” in acclaimed LUCKY co-starring with legendary Harry Dean Stanton in his last film.

    She has just completed her 6th season as a TV series regular, “Beverly,” on THE MINDY PROJECT for NBC Universal on HULU. She is recurs as “Jack” on Neil Gaiman’s AMERICAN GODS created by Bryan Fuller and Michael Green for STARZ.

    Last season Grant starred as “Lady Bird Johnson” opposite Natalie Portman’s Jackie Kennedy in JACKIE, directed by Pablo Larrain.

    Appearing frequently in projects for James Franco, she co-stars with Vincent D’Onofrio in the Tennessee Williams biopic TENN; Steinbeck’s IN DUBIOUS BATTLE; and William Gay’s THE LONG HOME; also playing Faulkner’s iconic character “Addie Bundren” in AS I LAY DYING, premiering at Cannes.

    Grant received the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award, L.A. Stage Alliance Ovation, LA Weekly Award, Backstage West Garland Award for Lead Actress in THE TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS OF A TRAILER TRASH HOUSEWIFE.

    In 2011 Grant starred Off Broadway in Tony George’s TRICKS THE DEVIL TAUGHT ME at The Minetta Lane Theater in Greenwich Village. In total Grant has won three L.A. Stage Alliance Ovation Awards, including Lead Actress for GRACE AND GLORIE at The Colony Theatre.

    Other theatre credits include world premieres by Maya Angelou, Romulus Linney, Horton Foote, and Mark V. Olsen. Grant enjoyed two stints at The Ahmanson Theatre in PICNIC and SUMMER AND SMOKE, directed by renowned Broadway director Marshall Mason, starring Christopher Reeve and Christine Lahti.

    Grant produced and plays the title character, a battered wife, in 2012’s BLUES FOR WILLADEAN, co-starring with Academy Award winner Octavia Spencer, Spirit Award winner Dale Dickey, written and directed by Del Shores – now on iTunes, Amazon and Walmart.com. Grant co-produced and starred in the ComiCon 2010 Best Comedy Award winner, HERPES BOY – on Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, X-Box and most VOD.

    Other popular films: SPEED, DONNIE DARKO, FACTORY GIRL, ROCK STAR, THE ROOKIE, TO WONG FOO, A TIME TO KILL, OUR VERY OWN, EXTRACT, MATCHSTICK MEN, FLAGS OF OUR FATHERS, PEARL HARBOR, DANCE WITH ME, FLATLINERS, THE WIZARD, SORDID LIVES, CHILD’S PLAY.

    Grant thinks of every character she plays as an old friend and has some favorite TV appearances: JUSTIFIED, MODERN FAMILY, DEXTER, MOCKINGBIRD LANE, THE MILLERS, PUSHING DAISIES, THE OFFICE, MAXIMUM BOB, GREY’S ANATOMY, JERICHO, SIX FEET UNDER, MY NAME IS EARL, ANGEL, MALCOLM IN THE MIDDLE, KING OF THE HILL, WONDERFALLS, FRIENDS, THE X FILES, ANGEL, CRIMINAL MINDS, CSI, COACH, DELTA, YES DEAR.

    Grant directed a multi-award winning short, THE PERFECT FIT, starring Academy Award winner Octavia Spencer, Lauren Miller Rogen (For A Good Time Call…), Ahna O’Reilly (The Help), Frances Fisher, Jennifer Zaborowski, and her daughter, Mary Chieffo, an actor and recent graduate of The Juilliard School, now starring as a Klingon Commander, “L’Rell” on the new STAR TREK: DISCOVERY.

    Grant has been happily married to Mary’s father & fellow actor, Michael Chieffo, for thirty-two years.

  • Rhoda Griffis

    Rhoda Griffis has been a professional working actress for over 38 years in Theatre, Film, Television, Commercials, Voice-overs and Print. Holding a BFA from the from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, she was a member of the Acting Company for 7 seasons at the NC Shakespeare Festival as well as St. Louis Rep, Charlotte Rep, The ‪Alliance Theatre‬, Theatre-by-the-Sea in Portsmouth , NH and Alabama Shakespeare Festival.

    Ms. Griffis has been in over 75  feature films including: Blockers, ‪Hidden Figures‬, ‪Guardians of the Galaxy‬ Two, ‪The Blind Side‬, ‪Walk The Line‬, 42, What to Expect When You’re Expecting, Road Trip, Parental Guidance & ‪Runaway Jury‬.

    With over 50 Television credits, Rhoda has worked on Fear the Walking Dead, Army Wives, Drop Dead Diva & Satisfaction in which she enjoyed recurring roles.  Most recently, she was on the Netflix series MINDHUNTER, directed by David Fincher.

    Rhoda Griffis has been a professional working actress for over 38 years in Theatre, Film, Television, Commercials, Voice-overs and Print. Holding a BFA from the from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, she was a member of the Acting Company for 7 seasons at the NC Shakespeare Festival as well as St. Louis Rep, Charlotte Rep, The ‪Alliance Theatre‬, Theatre-by-the-Sea in Portsmouth , NH and Alabama Shakespeare Festival.

    Ms. Griffis has been in over 75  feature films including: Blockers, ‪Hidden Figures‬, ‪Guardians of the Galaxy‬ Two, ‪The Blind Side‬, ‪Walk The Line‬, 42, What to Expect When You’re Expecting, Road Trip, Parental Guidance & ‪Runaway Jury‬.

    With over 50 Television credits, Rhoda has worked on Fear the Walking Dead, Army Wives, Drop Dead Diva & Satisfaction in which she enjoyed recurring roles.  Most recently, she was on the Netflix series MINDHUNTER, directed by David Fincher.

  • Matt Osterman

    Matt is an award-winning filmmaker best known for his feature films, Ghost from the Machine and 400 Days. His independent debut feature, Ghost from the Machine, premiered at the Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal, had an amazing run on Netflix, and will have a new life as bigger remake coming Summer of 2018 via IFC.

    He followed that up with 400 Days (SyFy FIlms) – a polarizing puzzle film starring Brandon Routh, Caity Lotz, Ben Feldman, Dane Cook, and Tom Cavanagh.

    A few years prior, Matt produced the documentary Sportsfan which was executive produced by Jon Stewart and premiered on SpikeTV. Matt also worked closely with Emmy award winning and New York Times bestselling author, Dan Buettner, on the launch of the Blue Zones. Matt is a Fellow of the IFP Filmmaker's Lab and lives in Minnesota with his amazing wife and daughters.

    Matt is an award-winning filmmaker best known for his feature films, Ghost from the Machine and 400 Days. His independent debut feature, Ghost from the Machine, premiered at the Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal, had an amazing run on Netflix, and will have a new life as bigger remake coming Summer of 2018 via IFC.

    He followed that up with 400 Days (SyFy FIlms) – a polarizing puzzle film starring Brandon Routh, Caity Lotz, Ben Feldman, Dane Cook, and Tom Cavanagh.

    A few years prior, Matt produced the documentary Sportsfan which was executive produced by Jon Stewart and premiered on SpikeTV. Matt also worked closely with Emmy award winning and New York Times bestselling author, Dan Buettner, on the launch of the Blue Zones. Matt is a Fellow of the IFP Filmmaker's Lab and lives in Minnesota with his amazing wife and daughters.

  • Fabianne Therese

    Fabianne Therese is an American actress and director of Sri-Lankan and Austrian heritage. She has starred in several successful independent films including John Dies at the End opposite Paul Giamatti, Frank and Cindy opposite Rene Russo and Oliver Platt, and Endless Love opposite Alex Pettyfer.

    She has also played pivotal roles in AMC’s The Trivial Pursuits of Arthur Banks, opposite Adam Goldberg and Jeffrey Tambor, and in Jill Soloway’s web- series The Skinny.  Most recently she starred in the critically acclaimed films Starry Eyes, Southbound, and Netflix’s Teenage Cocktail, for which she garnered much praise:  “Therese is quickly becoming one of my favorite actresses right now and she delivers another stellar performance here” (Daily Dead), “The film is a quick winner thanks to Therese whose performance is strikingly natural and believable (Collider), “Therese once again shows that she’s a bit of a chameleon when it comes to acting” (The Hollywood News).

    Upcoming projects include American Pets opposite Rhys Wakefield and Lesley Ann Warren, Hover opposite Cleopatra Coleman,...

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    Fabianne Therese is an American actress and director of Sri-Lankan and Austrian heritage. She has starred in several successful independent films including John Dies at the End opposite Paul Giamatti, Frank and Cindy opposite Rene Russo and Oliver Platt, and Endless Love opposite Alex Pettyfer.

    She has also played pivotal roles in AMC’s The Trivial Pursuits of Arthur Banks, opposite Adam Goldberg and Jeffrey Tambor, and in Jill Soloway’s web- series The Skinny.  Most recently she starred in the critically acclaimed films Starry Eyes, Southbound, and Netflix’s Teenage Cocktail, for which she garnered much praise:  “Therese is quickly becoming one of my favorite actresses right now and she delivers another stellar performance here” (Daily Dead), “The film is a quick winner thanks to Therese whose performance is strikingly natural and believable (Collider), “Therese once again shows that she’s a bit of a chameleon when it comes to acting” (The Hollywood News).

    Upcoming projects include American Pets opposite Rhys Wakefield and Lesley Ann Warren, Hover opposite Cleopatra Coleman, and her directorial debut Earth is a Paradise.