about the cast
Jayme Langford, Alice
Langford moved from a small town in Maine to Hollywood in 2007 to attend school and pursue
a career in music.
In 2008, Langford appeared in Glenn Danzig’s unreleased feature film “She Loves Me,”
followed by a supporting role in Adam Rifkin’s new television series “Look.”
Langford currently studies Bioethics at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Los Angeles and
has plans to pursue her career in music with her band, Pajama Band.
Ross Thomas, The White Hair
Thomas graduated from University of Southern California’s School of Theater in 2005.
His first break was when he was just a child in a national Sherwin Williams Paint commercial,
but it wasn’t until 2005 that Thomas was able to showcase his potential as a lead actor in Eli
Steele’s “What’s Bugging Seth,” which went on to win Best Narrative Feature at the Fargo Film
From 2006 to 2009, Thomas starred on The N television network’s original teen series “Beyond
the Break” as Bailey Reese. In May 2009, Thomas starred in the Wayans Brothers comedy
“Dance Flick,” playing a lead role as Tyler.
Shortly after, he took on the role of Lukas in Christopher Landon’s “Burning Palms,” starring
alongside “Avatar’s” Zoe Saldana.
Other film credits include “Cutting Edge 2: Going for the Gold,” “American Pie: The Naked
Mile” and Jonah Markowitz’s “Shelter.” Thomas’s television credits include guest star roles on
“Lie to Me,” “CSI,” “CSI: NY,” “Cold Case,” and “Living with Fran.”
Recently, he completed a feature film screenplay and is in development for a world travel reality
Thomas is currently shooting in Hawaii for Sony Pictures’ feature film “Soul Surfer” based on
the true-life story of shark attack victim Bethany Hamilton, starring Dennis Quaid and Helen
Tracy Viera, Dinah
Originally from Chicago, Viera moved to Los Angeles in 2001 to pursue an acting career, as well
as gain some valuable behind-the-scenes experience as a camera assistant. She received her
Bachelor of Arts in Film Production from San Francisco State University in 1998, and continued
to study acting at Larry Moss Studios in Santa Monica, CA from 2003 to 2004, and then at Lesly
Kahn Studios in Hollywood from 2007 to 2009.
Her talent as an actress was immediately recognized when Viera landed her first job in a national
Sprint commercial. Since then, Viera has appeared in numerous national commercials and
industrials including ones for Chevy, Ford and Coffee-Mate.
In 2004, Viera appeared in Nacho Manubens’ “Girls Never Call” as the character Lorena,
followed by Christopher Johnson’s 2006 short film “Seeds.”
Viera is arguably one of Hollywood’s most untapped talents, and is continuing with her career in
Los Angeles. Viera is currently writing a short film.
Jerome Ferguson, The Queen
In 1994, Ferguson came to Los Angeles to pursue his acting and bodybuilding career. His first
big break was for a Nike Mountain Man commercial in 1999. Since then, Ferguson has appeared
in numerous commercials including Nike, Microsoft, and Nintendo, as well as television body
building and fitness spots on KTLA 5, UPN 13 and Fox 11.
He currently is receiving private coaching from Warner Loughlin Studios and resides in Los
Mike Zehr, The King
Mike Zehr received his Bachelor of Arts from California State University, Northridge in 1975,
and attended the Van Mar Academy of Motion Picture and Television Acting. Prior to pursuing a
career in acting, Zehr worked as a truck driver in more than 400 combat missions in Iraq.
He has appeared in such films as M. Z. Silverman’s “Memphis Rising: Elvis Returns,” Alicia
Peterson’s “Golden Afternoons” and Oscar Alvarez’s short film “Broken English.”
His has also made appearances on television shows including TNT’s “Saving Grace” and Court
TV’s “LA Forensics.”
About the Filmmakers
Wyatt Denny, Writer, Director & Griffin
In less than eight years, Denny has worked his way up from a grip and electrician all the way to earning two Pacific Southwest Emmy awards. The breadth and depth of his knowledge in film and production have allowed him to acquire solid experience in all facets of filmmaking.
Denny moved to Los Angeles in 2002 from Harbison Canyon, California to pursue his lifelong dream of becoming a moviemaker. His first job was as a grip on the feature film “All You Need,” followed by his very first speaking part in Clive Saunders’ “Gacy.”
In 2004, Denny took home both of his acting Emmys, one for the short film “My Beautiful Wickedness” and the other for the spec commercial “No Can Do.” Additionally, Denny earned a Best Actor Award for Fantasy at the 2004 Shocker Film Festival for the same role in “My Beautiful Wickedness.”
Denny is currently in preproduction for “Untitled,” a screenplay he wrote to be directed by Sean Stone.
David Myrick, Director of Photography & Producer
At a very young age, Myrick proved to be a very promising filmmaker. In 2003, he won the award for Best Cinematographer at the Costa Mesa Film Festival for the feature film “Arizona,” directed by Daniel and David Holechek.
Myrick moved to Los Angeles after completing his first project as director and cinematographer on a regional Mercedes Benz commercial. Shortly after, he moved to Los Angeles to explore a professional career as a photographer and cinematographer.
“What’s Bugging Seth” marked Myrick’s debut as a feature length cinematographer, in which the film went on to win Best Picture at the Fargo Film Festival and San Fernando Valley Film Festival in 2005.
From 2005 to 2008, Myrick worked in the camera and electrical department on blockbuster films such as James Cameron’s “Avatar,” as well as Kimberly Peirce’s “Stop-Loss,” starring Ryan Phillippe.
Myrick’s innate talent and undeniable energy guarantees his inevitable rise as one of Hollywood’s hottest emerging cinematographers.
Myrick currently resides in Los Angeles as a freelance cinematographer and photographer.
Upcoming, Myrick will be traveling to Mexico to shoot a Xiahak Troden music video.
Jack Richardson, Producer
For the past four years, Richardson has been working as a grip and electrician on ABC’s two-time Emmy winning series “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.” His career has spanned to both film and television, and “Alice & the White Hair” marks his debut as a producer.
Born and raised in Salinas, California, Richardson went on to receive his Bachelors of Arts in Media Production at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Broadcasting. In 2004, Richardson’s first role in film was as a script supervisor on the independent feature film “What’s Bugging Seth.”
Richardson is currently shooting the seventh season of “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.” After completion in March 2010, Richardson aspires to produce various short-form content and complete his comedy screenplay.
Kang moved from Plano, TX to Los Angeles in 2003 to pursue her career in photography. Immediately she started working as a stylist for some of the biggest names in Hollywood, including Penelope Cruz, Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, and Mandy Moore.
Kang then went on to work in post-production on director Sean Stone’s feature film “Singularity,” and as a production manager for Street Sweeper Social Club’s music video “Promenade,” working alongside Myrick and Dugan O’Neal.
Kang is currently working as a freelance photographer and providing production services in television, commercials and music videos. Her natural talent as a photographer and her impeccable skills as a producer, ensure Kang to have a promising and continuously active career in the entertainment industry.
Originally from Carmel Valley, CA, O’Neal broke into the entertainment industry in 2004 by working as a production assistant on the independent feature “What’s Bugging Seth,” directed by Eli Steele. Shortly after, he moved to Los Angeles in late 2004 to pursue a career in film and art. He has proven to be an individualistic and uniquely visioned contribution to the arts and entertainment community.
O’Neal has a long list of credits as a director and editor on music videos including Street Sweeper Social Club’s “Promenade,” Bassnectar’s “Bomb the Blocks,” and Rupa and the April Fish’s “Une American a Paris.” He also shot and edited content for music artist M.I.A.’s 2007 to 2008 Kala Tour.
Recently, O’Neal wrote, directed and starred in mini episodes with Leighton Kelly entitled “Two Renegade Cops,” for the series “Stupidface” on Fuel TV.
O’Neal is currently editing a short film he directed starring members of the Yard Dog Road Show, a hybrid traveling cabaret group featuring vaudeville and rock and roll performers.
This May, O’Neal will begin initial shooting for a documentary on “Campfire Songs with Micha and Leighton.”
Raised in Colorado, Kutsko moved to Los Angeles in 2002 after graduating from the Film Studies Program at the University of Colorado.
Kutsko’s experience as a feature film visual effects engineer is impressively extensive, including but not exclusive to: “4: Rise of the Silver Surfer,” “AVPR: Aliens vs. Predator – Requiem,” “Jumper,” Jon Favreau’s “Iron Man” and “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” starring Brad Pitt.
In 2007, Kutsko wrote, directed, edited, produced and starred in his own short film “Go Ride Your Bicycle.” Kutsko continues to work as a visual effects engineer in Los Angeles.
Damon Harris, Sound Design
Born in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Harris moved to Portland, Oregon, which became the birthplace of his career. After working as a stagehand for concert promoters in 2002, as well as the lead guitarist in numerous bands, Harris moved to LA to begin work as a boom operator on his first feature film, Jacob Estes’ “Mean Creek.”
Harris has worked as a boom operator on hit shows such as “Dirty Sexy Money,” “The Ghost Whisperer,” “Grey’s Anatomy” and “The Office.”
Raised in Spokane, Washington, Jocelyn began her career in the arts with an English Literature degree from Washington State. After moving to Seattle to explore fashion design she relocated to Los Angeles in 2000 to pursue art direction.
When she is not working in the art department on hit television shows such as “Scrubs,” “Nip/Tuck,” and “Cougartown,” Marsh spends time assembling her fine art collections.
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