Belle Le Grand
Belle Le Grand is a twenty-one year old film/tv/commercial actress from Brooklyn, NY. Although, her interests lie in film, she has appeared in several on-stage productions including, “I Hate Hamlet” at the Lafayette College college theater in Easton, PA. Belle Le Grand is best known for her work in “Flowers” (2015) where she played “Erin", and “Aleah” (2015) where she portrayed “CeCe”. Both “Aleah” and “Flowers” streamed on the HBO and Showtime networks. Belle Le Grand is currently in her senior year at Lafayette College and plans to continue her career in entertainment after graduation.
A native of New Orleans, Louisiana, Taprena, who attended New York's esteemed American Academy of Dramatic Arts, has spent most of her career performing in Broadway Productions. She received the Broadway World Award for Best Featured Actress in 2011 for her role as Shug Avery in "The Color Purple" as well as the Broadway Robe in 2014 for her origination of the role of Bessie Smith in "A Night With Janis Joplin". She is a TV/Film actress as well as a Singer/Songwriter.
Byron Clohessy began pursuing acting in 2015 while finishing his undergraduate program in Creative Writing at The City College Of New York. He has had roles in Bull and Blue Bloods for CBS, as well as, Shattered, Evil Lives Here, The 1980’s: The Deadliest Decade, A Crime To Remember, and The Perfect Murder, all for Investigation Discovery. Most recently, he worked on the feature films Equal Standard with Ice-T and Honor Amongst Men with Ed Asner. He was last on stage at The Barrow Group Theatre as Odoaker in the production Romulus The Great.
Brandon J. Shaw
Brandon J. Shaw is an Jamaican-American actor and writer. He has studied at the Lee Strasberg Institute, William Esper Studio, The Susan Batson Studio as well as with Marishka S. Phillips as his personal coach. Brandon has worked on many independent projects, most notable, Situationships which was picked up on the BET Streaming Service. Brandon has appeared on Power (Season 5) and in the movie, Pimp, starring Keke Palmer. He is currently writing a couple projects that are being optioned for T.V. as well as film. He is working to become a powerhouse in the industry.
Pascal Arquimedes is a Dominican-American Actor who came to NYC in 2015. He obtained an AoS in Film and Television Performance at the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts. His works in Film include playing Josef King in “Skin of the Teeth,” directed by Matthew Wollin, which premiered at the Twin Cities Film Festival in October, and playing Reggie in “Before I Let Go,” directed by Daequan Collier. He’s very grateful for the opportunity to work on this project and can’t wait for this story to be shown!