Jonah Beres began acting at the age of 6 inhis hometown of Seattle, WA. Favoritestage roles include Rooster in Annie,Milo in Phantom Tollbooth, and YoungEbenezer in Scrooge. As a Seattle actor, he performed in severalfilms that premiered at the Seattle International Film Festival, including Brightwood, Fugue, All My Presidents,and Different Drummers, which won BestFamily Movie/Screenplay at the 2013 Houston WorldFest.
Since relocating to Los Angeles at the age of11, Jonah’s most notable stage performance is the world premiere of theoriginal play Corktown ’57, directed by Tony award nominee Wilson Milam, at theOdyssey Theatre.
Look for Jonah in the upcoming films Girl Flu, Strange Nature and Stephanie. Girl Flu premiered at the 2016 LA FilmFestival. Strange Nature is anEco-Thriller slated for release in 2017. Stephanie is the first filmdirected by noted Producer/Screenwriter Akiva Goldsman (The 5th Wave, Insurgent, Winter’s Tale) and is also slated for release in 2017.
Jonah lives with his parents, older sister andhis miniature Australian Shepard Piper. He enjoys drumming and playing in a rock band, and boxing. He is represented by Jessie Greene at MonsterTalent and Abrams Artists Agency.
Austin Iredale is a Pennsylvania native and graduate of the Stella Adler Academy of Acting in Los Angeles. Recent Los Angeles theater credits: Golden Boy by Clifford Odets (Siggie), Isaac Babel and the Black Sea by Tim McNeil (Prischepa), and How I Fell in Love by Joel Fields (Todd). Recent film work includes Zoe, directed by Antoni Nykowski, and Anastasia, directed by Joe D’Agosta. He can currently be seen in Re/Max and Toyota Scion commercials running nationally, and his ongoing project is as producer and assistant director for the alumni play reading series at Stella Adler LA, called Dark Fridays.
Actress/singer KateFuglei has appeared in over thirty-five episodes of television, including, mostrecently, the new Santa Clarita Diet starring Drew Barrymore and Tim Olyphant,Showtimes’s Masters of Sex and ABC’s The Real O’Neals starring Martha Plimpton.Films include The Green Hornet with Seth Rogen, The Onion Movie, Amish Grace and Nowhereland. Kate got her professional start at theGuthrie Theater and has played leading roles on stages across America,including Mrs. Webb in Our Town for Tony Award winning director Michael Greifat the La Jolla Playhouse, and the Adult Woman u/s in the Broadway NationalTour of Spring Awakening, directed by Tony Award winner Michael Mayer. She was in a new staging of My Antonia at theRubicon Theater directed by Scott Schwartz, with music by StephenSchwartz. At the New York ShakespeareFestival she was Maria in Love’s Labor’s Lost and Sonia in a groundbreakingproduction of Crime and Punishment at Arena Stage in Washington, DC. She was Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desireat the Utah Shakespearean Festival and Emilia in Othello at the Los AngelesShakespeare Festival. She has also appeared at the McCarter Theater, Seattle’sA.C.T. Theater, the Portland Stage Company, Studio Arena and Minneapolis’sIllusion Theater. Her one woman showRachel Calof ,which has toured all over America, recently won Best Musical atthe United Solo Festival in New York City.