Gerald McCullouch


Denis Hennelly
Cassandra Suchan
Gerald McCullouch
Timothy Gruver


Bobby Bukowski


Peggy Davis


Aaron Glascock


Gabriel Romero
Gerald McCullouch
Leslie Easterbrook
Torris Helland
Tamara Downs
Kris Andersson
Clay Adkins
Worthie Meacham
Joanna Daniels
Lela Lee
Sal Rendino
Brad Fisher
Joey DiGiandomenico





Gabriel Romero (“Gabe”) received critical acclaim and international notoriety as the first openly gay character in Spanish television, “Fernandito,” on the sitcom Los Beltrán airing on Telemundo and gracing the covers of The Advocate and TV Guide. The show was consequently nominated as best television comedy series by GLAAD. He has also appeared in the Showtime film The Prodigal Son, the CBS movie of the week The Father I Knew, and Silk Stalkings to name a few. www.gabrielromero.com

Gerald McCullouch (“Tracey Quell”) appears in the film Auggie Rose with Jeff Goldblum and Anne Heche and in the independent films Smut, Alternate Route, and Home: the Horror Story - the new Temi Lopez (Chain of Desire) project. He’s also currently on the hit show C.S.I.. Appearances on Melrose Place, 7th Heaven, Beverly Hills 90210 and the Emmy-nominated Pirates of Silicon Valley are among his credits. www.geraldmccullouch.com

Leslie Easterbrook (“Stephanie Quell”) appeared as “Rhonda” on the prominent sitcom Laverne & Shirley and has continued to build a prolific acting career. Notable appearances include singing the National Anthem at the Super Bowl, “Captain Debbie Callahan” in the 7 Police Academy movies, and roles in numerous television movies of the week, including the Emmy-nominated The Taking of Flight 281: The Uli Derickson Story. As well as the upcoming film Maniacs. In addition she is honored to have a theatre named for her in Nottingham, England.

Lela Lee (“Sarone”) Lela Lee is a cartoonist, actress, and writer. She is a cast member of the new sci-fi channel hit Tremors. Other television credits include Felicity, Friends, Scrubs, Relativity, Rude Awakenings, and Profiler. She also had the fortunate to have American Express build a campaign around her and her world recognized comic strip “Angry Little Asian Girl”. Her independent film credits include Yellow and Shopping for Fangs. Her weekly comic strip can be viewed at www.angrylittlegirls.com.

Bobby Bukowski (Cinematographer) has shot nearly 40 films including Minus Man, Arlington Road, and Crime and Punishment in Suburbia.


Peggy Davis
(Editor) edited The Big Kahuna starring Academy Award winner Kevin Spacey and Danny Devito, and the critically acclaimed documentary The First Year. Her assistant credits include Albino Alligator, and Sean Penn’s The Crossing Guard.

Aaron Glascock (Sound Designer) supervised Insomnia, directed by Christopher Nolan, as well as George Clooney's directorial debut film "Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind."



Timothy Gruver (Producer) packaged the feature film The Boys of ’68 and developed a television series, Paradise City, with Kevin Kelly Brown (Roswell), gaining development deals with Miramax Films and Lawrence Bender Productions. He has produced the films The Open Window and Ashes to Ashes.

Denis Henry Hennelly (Producer) has produced and/or directed eight short films and several commercials as well as serving as production co-ordinator on a handful of recent studio features. He and producing partner Casey Suchan formed Open Road Films.

Gerald McCullouch (Writer/Director/Producer/Co-star) has studied film making at AFI and UCLA and currently plays “Bobby Dawson” on the hit TV show C.S.I. www.geraldmccullouch.com

Casey Suchan (Producer) recently produced a documentary on Tupac Shakur for Image Entertainment and has directed and/or produced a dozen short films garnering screenings at the New York Underground Festivals and the Chicago Underground Festival.