Sari Lennick was born and raised in Miami, FL. She studied acting and philosophy at the University of Southern California and earned her Master of Fine Arts in acting, from the Actors Studio at New School University, in New York City. Sari has appeared in numerous independent films, including the Best Picture nominated Coen Brothers’ film “A Serious Man,” which earned her a Gotham Award nomination for Best Ensemble and the 2010 Robert Altman Independent Spirit Award. Sari’s current projects include “The Drama Queen,” a comedic web series she writes and produces. Sari lives in Los Angeles with her husband and seven year old son, Dylan.
Davis Desmond is a veteran of 14 years in the entertainment industry and made his first appearance on television as a baby falling from heaven on the Drew Carey Show. Since then, Davis has worked steadily in features, television, new media, commercials, print and short films.
He has worked with Donald Sutherland, Jacqueline Bisset, Heidi Klum, Jay Leno, Jimmy Kimmel, Ariana Grande, Dana Delaney, Ed O'Neill, Charlie Sheen and many others.
Davis has the distinction of being the youngest performer ever nominated for an award, when he was recognized in the ''Best Breakthrough Performance'' category at the Visionfest Film Festival at Tribeca for his lead role of Johnny in the short film ''The First Hope.''
Misha Huang always had a love for the art of performing. Misha has been studying with Max Decker for over two years and it has been an amazing adventure. Max Decker has the gift of bring out the best in you and he makes performing so much fun!! Thank you Max Decker!!
Since the early age of 4 Cheyenne knew she wanted work as an actress. Her mother made a deal with her that if she learned how to read, she’d consider letting Cheyenne pursue this goal. She took on the challenge and used her Pre-K time to educate herself by reading short novels as opposed to children’s books. At the age of 5 she was excited to bring home a flyer for a local play in which “everyone gets speaking roles.” Cheyenne was cast in the play for 2 years before making her professional debut at the young age of 7 in the film Talking to the Taxman About Poetry.
Her current hero is Angelia Jolie, a talented actress with a big heart. She admires the fact that Ms. Jolie donates her time to help children overseas from Africa to Asia. Cheyenne’s dream is to be able to help other children too. Cheyenne is trained in Kung Fu, gymnastics, dance, singing, plays the piano and ukulele.
George Liu was born in 2002 in Los Angeles, California. He is a Chinese - American. He can speak a fluent Chinese Cantonese and partial Mandarin. He is a natural funny and comedy boy. He is a new emerging actor with Media Artists Group and Stagecoach Management since 2014. His first film is "The promoted". He filmed "The King's Rook", "D. Asian" (short film) and "Matador" (TV Series) after that in 2014. His favorite subjects in school are history,and math and his extracurricular interests range from computer Game design to Long Fist kung fu, skateboarding, hip hop dance, swimming, Sax, traveling and more.
Cady Mariano (Age 12), loves acting, dancing and singing. She’s a bona fide “Triple Threat,” earning 2nd Place in 2014 San Diego County Fair Ultimate Triple Threat Contest. She calls the stage her 2nd home, performing since she was 3 years old. Cady was honored to play ”Hannah” in her first film, “D. Asian”. She was also thrilled to play “Phyllis” as her first professional stage role in the 2014 production of “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” at San Diego’s famed “Old Globe Theatre”. Her past stage experience includes many musical and non-musical roles in local theaters. In addition, she has a long and extensive history of dance training, including Jazz, Lyrical, Ballet, Music Theatre, and Chinese dances, and has performed in numerous dance/singing competitions, on TV stations in Los Angeles and San Diego, at SeaWorld and International Film Festivals, regularly achieving the highest awards and recognition. Cady is currently pursuing more opportunities to perform in film and television.
Kaylee's a 5th grader who has been acting for 7 months. She also plays competitive basketball on an elite boys basketball travel team where she is a starting point guard. She is already being sought after from high schools to play basketball. She took a little break from auditions to train and compete with her team. She just now started going back to auditions.
Karen Kolkey has been performing on-stage since she was three years old. Early on she showed a proclivity for singing, dancing, and acting out her own stories. At the age of seven, she begged her parents to let her enroll in a drama camp and the rest is history! Karen enjoys the challenges of performing both on film and the stage.