Eric’s career began in Boston Regional Theater Productions, including Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” as well as the independent feature films “Temps” starring Seymour Cassel and “The North End” starring Frank Vincent.  In January of 1997, Eric arrived in Los Angeles writing his first feature screenplay “David’s Walls” and produced an experimental short film promoting the story.  This project screened in several festivals garnering positive reviews along the way.  Recently, Eric starred in two short films, “Getting Lucky” and “Ravenous Souls.”  He has studied acting at the Michael Chekhov Connection with Lisa Dalton and is a member of the Screen Actors Guild.  Eric would like to dedicate this entire experience to any human being that has ever felt “less than” or “not good enough.”  The reality is, you are more than too good to be true. The day you can accept yourself, is the day you become free.


Derek was born and raised in a tiny steel mill town in eastern Ohio. He had dreams of being an actor from a very young age, but his journey would be circuitous. He obtained degrees in journalism and law, served as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Ohio and later as the Dean of Admissions for the University of Pennsylvania Law School. During that time, he began training as an actor at various studios.  Following the unexpected death of a close friend, Derek resigned from his position at UPenn and moved to LA in 2006 to pursue his dream.  Since arriving in LA, he has worked regularly, appearing in several television programs, national commercials, independent films, plays and industrial films. He stars in Guest House Films’ “3 Day Weekend,” scheduled for a 2008 summer release.

AARON MERKEN  --  Glitter

Aaron has studied with many fine teachers, including Arlene Golonka, Brenda Vacarro & Scott Colomby. His first part in L.A. was in Louis La Russo II's "Sanctimonious Monday", directed by La Russo himself. He has appeared on 5 game shows so far & numerous theatrical productions, including Vesper's Eve at the Gardner Stage, "Chasing the Twilight" at The Cast Theatre & Shark Tank at the Blank Theatre. Many thanks to Eric for creating such a wonderful screenplay & for letting me be a part of it.


Lenore Cutler (Naomi) has been in numerous independent film, shorts and student films. She played Esther Silverman (supporting) in “One/One Thousandth” and Janet (supporting) in “Evil Ever After.” She has also had supporting roles in two TV pilots, “In the Soup” & “Orlando’s Bed and Breakfast.” She played Colleen Faiser in the Discovery Channel movie presentation “The Flight That Fought Back.” In addition to her film and TV pilot credits. Lenore has extensive theater credits extending the past few decades including playing Dolly Levi (Lead) in “The Matchmaker,” Kate Jerome (Lead) in “Brighton Beach Memoirs”  and various supporting roles in “12 Angry Women,”  “Witness For the Prosecution” and “Social Security.” She also directed two plays “Talking With…” and “Beau Jest.” She currently studies acting with Kimberly Jentzen at “Living the Arts, Institute.”


LISA CRILLEY  --  Alexia

Lisa Crilley was born in Center City, Philadelphia. She attended Bloomsburg University and followed that up with an apprenticeship at Williamstown Theatre Festival.  After walking the boards in Philadelphia and New York, she took a turn and began to shift her efforts to film and television.  She can be seen in reruns of CBS's "HACK" and opposite James Franco in Disney's "Annapolis."  After receiving a scholarship at the prestigious Lee Strasberg Institute, she moved to Los Angeles where she continues to stretch and grow.  Look out for her leading role in "The Morgue" starring Bill Cobbs and Heather Donahue coming soon!  She is thrilled to be a part of this amazing cast who are all in it for the love of the work.  

CASEY KREBS  --  Tyana

Casey Krebs is a Canadian Actor working in Los Angeles.  She grew up in a village just outside Toronto, Canada and moved to Los Angeles to pursue her dreams.  Upon arriving, Casey has hosted a television series, worked in numerous independent films, and commercials, worked as a news correspondent and, co-hosted a radio show.  She’s enjoyed digging into incredible characters she has played in a variety of theater productions including Joan of Arc, Isabel Eberhart and Tessie Hutchinson.


ROY CRUZ  --   Niko

Born and raised in the Philippines, Roy Cruz has been doing stand up comedy for several years now. He has headline in Maui and Salt Lake City. In 2006 his comedy routine was featured in Logo TV's Wisecrack as part of the Outlaugh GLBT Comedy Festival. He also appeared in Comedy Colosseum, a pilot comedy show from NBC. He is also a filmmaker, having written Keisha Vs. Geisha. He is also the founder of

BRIAN AMELIA  --  Perverted Priest, Date 1, Counter Clerk, Homeless Man, Flight Attendant, Energetic Receptionist

Brian was raised in Milpitas, CA where he had dreams of becoming an actor.  He studied acting and dancing all through High School.  He had his first taste of being in front of a camera when he appeared on a local TV station as a film reviewer.  After that experience, he was inspired to move to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting.  Since arriving in LA, he has appeared in an episode of a local TV show called "Test Drive".  He attended improv classes with "The Berubians" which prepared him for his multiple roles in a sketch comedy show called "No More Sequels Part 2."

CHARLIE SCHLAFKE  --  Lazy Landlord, Date 2, Waiter, Hot Valet Guy, Hung Muscular Guy, Flaming Queen

Charlie has been living in L.A. for the last three years pursuing an acting career in TV and film. He comes from a theatrical background and has performed many wonderful roles through the years. His first role was as an elf in his 4th grade Christmas play and he hasn't stopped acting since.

KATRINA STRAUB  --  Laura, Deborah, Operator

Katrina Straub grew up in Washington State and moved to Los Angeles after attending college at the University of Washington.  She has studied acting in L.A. and New York, taking classes at Weist-Barron, the T. Schreiber Studio, HB Studio, Larry Moss Studio, The Blank Theatre and iO West.  Katina was last seen on stage as "Daisy" in Neil Simon's Biloxi Blues at The Kentwood Players.  She is very excited to be a part of this cast and screenplay.


SHELBY JANES --  Credit Card Agent, Counter Clerk, Masculine Mover 1, Nurse, Bull Dyke, Mother Ama Krianna

Shelby is excited to be part of "Psychic Glitter. " She can currently be seen in the stage play "Eavesdropper" and performing with the sketch comedy group Eva Brontosauras.  Look for Shelby in the soon to be released feature film "Albino Farm."  In her down town she has begun writing her one-woman show which will hopefully be completed by 2009.