Leah Henoch, along with Jon Bass, co-created and starred in "Little Things", a web series about love and other things which was developed with Party Over Here and FX.
She also co-created and starred in "Yoga Partners", a comedic web series about a less-than-competent yoga teacher and the devoted pack of weirdos who attend her weekly class. The series has been featured onHuffington Post,Tube Filter's Indie Spotlight, and paper magazine. She has performed at Berkshire Theatre Festival, Edinburgh/NY Fringe Festival and LAByrinth theater.
Next up, she will star in the independent semi improvised feature, “Blackout” from writer/director Daniela De Carlo.
Hillary Anne Matthews as Liza
Actor and improviser Hillary Anne Matthews is a series regular on the upcoming ABC comedy Alex, Inc. starring Zach Braff. Her other credits include Netflix's Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, FOX's New Girl, Comedy Central's Drunk History, Seeso's The UCB Show, YouTube Red's Single by 30 and the go90 series Drive Share created by Rob Huebel and Paul Scheer.
Matthews is a regular performer at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles, and hails from the Bay Area.
Tess Paras as Jen
Tess Paras is currently in production with a recurring role on Amazon’s “Just Add Magic.” She also recurs as “Jayma Chan” on the CW’s Crazy-Ex Girlfriend, “Miranda” on Take My Wife (Seeso/NBC Universal), and she is most recognized for her role as “Dana Tomas” on NBC’s hit drama, Grimm. As a writer/producer, Tess has created digital comedy content for Fusion, including the viral sketch "Trumping Makeup Tutorial” (over 6 million views). She was also a cast member and writer for the 2014 CBS Diversity Sketch Comedy Showcase. Tess performs monthly at The Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB) Theatre with Quick & Funny Musicals. She graduated magna cum laude from NYU and is represented by Gersh and Primary Wave Entertainment. Find her on Instagram/Twitter @TessParas
Alexander Chard as Enzo
Alexander Chard is a US based Australian actor. He has been performing professionally since he was 14 years old.
Growing up in Australia and Indonesia, he performed in a variety of stage and commercial work. At the age of 18 he was recognized for his theatre work with a nomination for best supporting actor at the City of Newcastle Drama Awards.
In 2007 he moved to London and worked predominately in theatre, although, he also featured in a variety of films, commercials and photo stills. During his time in London he performed at such venues as the Old Vic Tunnels, The Lyric Theatre, Theatre503 and the Edinburgh Fringe. He was also a member of the critically acclaimed dramatic improvisation company, The Improsarios.
In early 2012 Alexander starred as Peter Parker/Spider-Man in 'Spider-Man: Eclipse', a short film by award winning director Al White. The film was hosted by the Fox owned IGN and featured on their website to coincide with the release of The Amazing Spider-Man.
In February 2015, Alexander relocated to the US to expand his work into Film and Television.
The Blackout is his first lead in a US feature.
Avi Rothman as Paolo
Matt Kane as Liam
Matt Kanes previous credits include the recurring role of “Glasses” aka ‘John Darling’ on ABC’s ONCE UPON A TIME and the recurring role of “Jace” on Freeform’s SWITCHED AT BIRTH.
Film credits include Christine Vachon and Pamela Koffler’s biopic THE LAST OF ROBIN HOOD opposite Kevin Kline, Susan Sarandon and Dakota Fanning and the independent film STAY THEN GO where he stars as the lead role of “Eddie”, an autistic teen and aspiring artist who encounters new obstacles after the death of his doting mother.
Joslyn Jensen as Ryan
Joslyn Jensen is an actor and writer from Seattle, WA. For her work in her first film, Without (2012), she won the Best Actress Award at the Marrakech International Film Festival and the Mar del Plata Film Festival, also receiving special jury prizes from the Florida Film Festival and Slamdance Film Festival.
Other film credits include: Funny Bunny (SXSW, 2015), Jackrabbit (TriBeCa Film Festival, 2015) and Driftwood (Narrative Feature Winner Slamdance Film Festival, 2016.) Joslyn lives with her dog in Los Angeles, CA, and can next be seen in the indie feature The Blackout.
Brandon Kyle Goodman as Joe
Brandon currently recurs on Amazon’s series RED OAKS and will soon be seen on Hosting on MTV2 show INAPPROPRIATE GAME SHOW. Brandon also recently wrapped the NBC pilot SUNSET PPL.
He is a recent LA Transplant and a graduate of New York University, Tisch School of the Arts. While there he studies at the Atlantic Theatre School founded by William H. Macy and David Mamet as well as the Experimental Theatre Wing and International Theatre Wing in Amsterdam. Shortly after graduating Brandon became an adjunct professor at the Experimental Theatre Wing, teaching a popular solo writing and performance class he created called “Solosemble.”
Marc Underhill as Tim
Marc Underhill originally hails from Fairfield, CT. After studying theatre at Northwestern University, he made the move out west were he has acted in TV (SCANDAL), Film (THE BLACKOUT), and Digital (CHASE CHAMPION). In addition to acting, he has written and produced several original projects (MOVING IN, THE VISITOR).
Originally from Chicago, Rob began his career in the Chicago improv and theater scene, most notably as an alum of the famed Second City. Rob was memorable in twenty spots for the Gatorade "Sweat-It-To-Get-It" campaign opposite NFL stars Peyton and Eli Manning, Cam Newton and JJ Watt. His TV credits include recurring roles on BALLERS (HBO), CHICAGO PD (NBC), THE MENTALIST (CBS), AGENTS OF SHIELD (ABC), HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER (CBS), THE GOODWIN GAMES (FOX), PIE GUYS (COMEDY CENTRAL DIGITAL).
Rob graduated with an Honors B.A. in Film Studies from Wesleyan University (CT) and is a School at Steppenwolf alum. Look for him as "Jack" on ABC Digital's THE OFF SEASON or in DYLAN, the short thriller he wrote and produced, as it hits festivals nationwide.
Patty Guggenheim as Bianca
Patty Guggenheim is a comedian, writer, and actress based out of Los Angeles. Most recently, Patty landed a role in Will Ferrell’s IFC mini- series “Spoils Before Dying” (she was in the last mini-series “Spoils of Babylon” as well too). Patty studied at famous The Groundlings Theater and now regularly stars in its sketch and improv shows.
Blaise received a B.A in Theater at Randolph-Macon College in Virginia and continued his training in Chicago at Second City and IO. He currently lives and works in Los Angeles where he has carved a niche for himself playing likeable everyman types in independent films such as THE SCENESTERS, IT’S A DISASTER and FOLK HERO AND FUNNY GUY.
Recently, Blaise has been seen recurring on MARVEL’S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D as Agent Nathanson, on SPEECHLESS as Carl and making the film festival rounds with his film HOMESTATE.
Sydney Cheri as Olivia
Sydney Cheri is a dancer, model, and actress from Denver, Colorado. She moved to Los Angeles at the age of 17 to pursue her passion for dance and performance, and hasn't stopped since. She has performed alongside Broadway star Todrick Hall, danced in videos for Ru Paul and Mura Masa, and appeared in a video for UCLA's Optimist Campaign.
She has been able to share her knowledge with students around the country, and her wide range of talents has afforded her the opportunity to work in a variety of music videos, perform in live shows, and even appear in feature films.
Myrna Velasco as Amelia
Myrna Velasco, best known for her role Carla Delgado on Elena of Avalor, but has also enjoyed roles in Descendants: Wicked World as CJ Hook and a hilarious Spanish speaking Granny in We Bare Bears. She is a California native and proud Mexican American woman. Having worked in voice over, film, and television - both commercially and theatrically - Myrna has honed her performance and character development skills like a pro.
She loves working with directors that push the boundaries of her acting chops and the film industry at large. Her most recent films include Black Out from Argentinian director: Daniela De Carlo and Amazon’s children’s hit Jessica Darling’s It List from director Ali Sher. Over the past decade she has been influenced by such notable studios such as Lesly Kahn & Company, UCB, and all her amazing theater teachers that herald from the Old Globe in London.
Erick Lopez as Tony
Erick Lopez hails from Dallas, TX where he attended the University of Texas at Dallas as an ATEC major (Arts and Technology). Currently, he's back for his third season as "Hector" on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (CW). Past work includes a recurring roles on MTV’s Faking It as "Tommy", and on Shameless (Showtime) as "Polo". Additional credits: Switched At Birth (ABC Family), Surviving Jack (FOX), Castle (ABC), NCIS (CBS) and Robert Rodriguez's Matador (El Rey Network). In his spare time he continues to write and film projects, and he is currently developing his first series.
Louisa Abernathy as Mrs. Hirsch
Louisa hails from St. Louis, Missouri where she received her B.A. degree from Webster University, majoring in Theatre. She is a working actress in Los Angeles, having appeared in stage productions, film and television. Some of her credits include: "Speechless", "Shameless", "Insecure", "Stitchers","Living Rooms", "Hand of God", "Key and Peele", "Rizzoli & Isles", "Pretty Little Liars", "Friends", "Seinfeld". Film work includes "Enough", "Dance Flick" and "CB4".
She's very excited to be a member of the cast of the film "Blackout".
Wes Nathanson as Mr. Hirsch
Selected Credits. Musicals: Show Boat, Fiddler on The Roof (with Theodore Bikel), Cabaret, Singing In The Rain (with Susan Egan), The Fantastics (with Brian Stokes Mitchell), Cinderella, Ruddigore; Theatre: Beachwood Drive (Lublin International Theatre Festival, Poland), Love Loves A Pornographer (Ovation winner), Adam and Eve & Steve (DOMO Fringe Award); Film: Serenity, The Virgin of Juarez (with Minnie Driver and Esai Morales); TV: Grey’s Anatomy, The Mindy Project, New Girl.
Wes is a classically trained singer (high baritone) and has sung everything from oratorio and operetta to standard pop. He has performed in intimate club shows as well as cabaret. He also directed three stage cabaret shows produced as charity fundraisers.
Wes lives in Northridge, California with his wife, fine artist Barbara (www.barbara-nathanson.com), and their indeterminate breed dog, Greta. He is represented by Studio Talent Group.