Luke Cook is an Australian actor known for his TV work. Starting his career in Sydney in the theatre, and moving to Los Angeles in his early twenties, Cook quickly booked a number of TV roles in shows such as Baby Daddy, Mystery Girls, MTVs Faking It, Modern Family and The Librarians as the evil Dorian Gray.  

Cook's next move is into feature films, he's currently preparing to play a villain in Marvels Guardians Of The Galaxy 2.


wilson cleveland / dash foley

Wilson Cleveland is a professional actor, producer and writer. He recently wrote and starred in the short films, SPiN and the Webby Award-honored Kept Man and received a Best Actor Streamy Award nomination for his role on the horror anthology series, BlackBoxTV.  Wilson created and starred in the USA Network Silicon Valley comedy, Leap Year opposite Eliza Dushku and Scandal's Josh Malina; and the Lifetime digital series, Suite 7 opposite Shannen Doherty and Milo Ventimiglia.  He has co-hosted Discovery Channel's DNews and appeared on other hit series including Felicia Day’s gamer sitcom, The Guild and The Annoying Orange.


meghan tonjes / willa finn

Meghan Tonjes is a singer / songwriter from Detroit, Michigan. She is known in the YouTube community mostly for putting up a weekly series on YouTube, called "Request Tuesday" where she takes popular and music and makes her own acoustic versions of them.  Her debut album Be In Want hit #8 on the Singer-Songwriter iTunes charts after appearing on Ellen. In the spring of 2011, she joined the Digitour, a Youtube-centric tour. In the summer of 2011 she released her second full-length album, This Year, with DFTBA, an indie label that works with YouTube musicians.


Vincent Cyr / jared cross

At the age of fifteen, Vincent Cyr discovered the platform of new media and in particular, YouTube. It was at this time he began to create and upload his own content. What started out as a hobby soon became regular weekly uploads that gained attention and in turn, a large subscriber base and following. It soon became obvious that Vincent was destined to pursue entertainment and film. Vincent paired up with YouTuber and filmmaker, Sawyer Hartman and the successful collaboration began making waves within the online community. Sawyer, when writing the script for The Parallax Theory had noted Vincent’s talents not only as an actor but as a leading man and offered him the role in his debut feature.



Brianne Davis / Reagan Winter

Brianne Davis has been actress for over fifteen years starring in Jarhead, Prom Night, Among Friends and recurring TV roles on HBO's True Blood, Hollywood Heights, If Loving You Is Wrong, Murder In The First and the Hulu original series, Casual.  In 2013 Brianne directed her first feature, The Night Visitor 2: Heather's Story.  In 2014 she directed her second feature, Psychophonia, a psychological thriller starring Vedette Lim and Andrew Walker.  Next up, Brianne will star opposite Joe Manganiello military action drama series Six, from A+E Studios.



Ricky Russert / Derek Winter

After graduating from Washington State University in 2005, Ricky Russert decided to make the move to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career full time. In 2006, he appeared in the HBO movie Walkout.  In 2008 Ricky decided to get back to his business roots and opened up his production company, Triple R Entertainment. He then received the opportunity to develop a project as a producer with the legendary television producer, Dick Clark.  On television, Russert has been the guest star on various projects including Touch, Desire, Table for Three (Fox Productions) and, in 2013, he landed the role of Tommy Littlestone on the Cinemax hit original series, Banshee. Most recently, Ricky appeared on The Walking Dead and played Shane Stant in the Academy Award-Winning biopic, "I, Tonya".