WHITNEY ABLE (Kate) With her undeniable talent and her incandescent beauty, Whitney Able is one to watch. Upcoming projects include starring in the psychological thriller Dark, followed by a supporting role in Ava’s Possession. She will also be seen as part of the ensemble cast of the upcoming sci-fi film Fluidic, from SXSW favorite director Jeremiah Jones. Recently, she appeared in the Liam Neeson drama A Walk Among the Tombstones. Past film credits include the Toronto Film Festival and SXSW cult sci-fi fllm Monsters, from award winning breakout director Gareth Edwards (Godzilla, Untitled Star Wars Project). Able also co-starred in the film fest favorite All The Boys Love Mandy Lane. Her versatility as an actor has led her to featured roles on series such as "Nikita," "Criminal Minds," "CSI: NY" and "Cold Case," as well as the Jenji Kohan and T-Bone Burnett produced pilot "Tough Trade" alongside Sam Shepard. A native of Houston, Texas, Able has always carried that special quality that manifested itself when she began her training as a performer in early childhood. Starting in local theater, Able later moved on to hone her skills at The High School for the Performing and Visual Arts and even after continued to work on her craft with numerous respected coaches. It is this dedication to her work, combined with her raw talent, that translates into every character she plays.
ALEXANDRA BRECKENRIDGE (Leah) Connecticut born Alexandra Breckenridge can next be seen in AMC’s ratings juggernaut THE WALKING DEAD, joining as a new series regular in its 5th season in early 2015. Breckenridge is both a comedic and dramatic actress who gained a cult following for her portrayal of “Moira” on FX’s hit series AMERICAN HORROR STORY and "Kaylee" on AMERICAN HORROR STORY: COVEN. She also starred in the NBC comedy Save Me opposite Anne Heche. Alexandra will next be seen on screens in the feature ZIPPER from director Mora Stephens and producer Darren Aronofsky. She stars alongside Richard Dreyfuss, Lena Headey, Dianna Agron and Patrick Wilson in the film about a family man who has it all until he risks losing everything due to his inability to fight off his obsessive temptation for other woman. The film will premiere at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. Breckenridge was also seen on Season 4 of HBO’s monster-hit True Blood. She played Katerina, a spy sent by Bill Compton, the newly appointed Vampire King of Louisiana, to infiltrate a pesky witch coven that is causing trouble for the vampires. Breckenridge is also well known for lending her voice to Fox’s Family Guy and American Dad. For the past 6 years, she has portrayed numerous different characters on the animated comedies, with a knack for impersonating some of Hollywood’s most well known celebrities. Breckenridge was also a series regular on the much loved and deliciously scandalous FX drama series Dirt, opposite Courtney Cox. Breckenridge began her acting career in local theatre outside of San Francisco at the young age of 12. Within a short time, she landed her breakout role in ABC’s children’s series R.L. Stine’s Ghost of Fear Street. Breckenridge has built an impressive list of film credits including SHE’S THE MAN opposite Amanda Bynes, the independent feature BRIDGE TO NOWHERE, the comedy short D.E.B.S. and the video RINGS, which served as a bridge between the two horror films THE RING and THE RING 2. On television, she has guest starred on a variety of series including Psych, Franklin and Bash, C.S.I., Medium, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Freaks and Geeks, and Sons of Tucson, to name a few.
BRENDAN SEXTON III (John) Brendan Sexton III acted in his first professional play at the age of 13. Within a year he was acting in his first feature film as Brandon McCarthy in the 1996 Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner, Welcome To The Dollhouse, a role that earned him an Independent Spirit Award nomination. Other film credits include Empire Records, Hurricane Streets (winner of three prizes at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival), Boys Don't Cry with Hilary Swank, Chloe Sevigny and Peter Sarsgaard, Session 9, Winter Solstice, Footsteps, Everybody's Fine, The Messenger, The Runaways, Yellow and Seven Psychopaths. Brendan also played "Belko" in the AMC dramatic series, THE KILLING.
MICHAEL EKLUND (Benoit) Michael Eklund is known for disappearing into every role and radically transforming his look for each new character. Last year Michael terrified audiences with his performance in The Call which he stared opposite Halle Berry and Abigail Breslin. Directed by Brad Anderson The Call is a thriller in which a 911 operator has to confront a killer (Eklund) from her past. Also recently in theatres Michael starred in Errors of the Human Body, a psychological thriller/drama set and shot in Dresden Germany, written and directed by Eron Sheean Michael was awarded the best actor award a the LEOS and at the SXSW festival in Texas for his amazing performance. Past notable roles for Michael include the role of Bobby in The Divide directed by Xavier Gens with a brilliant cast including Michael Biehn and Rosanna Arquette. Michael also starred in The Day, an apocalyptic siege warfare film spanning 24 hrs during which a small group of survivors are pit against insurmountable odds. Doug Aarniokoski directs . Another recent release is Ferocious in which he is reunited with Director/Writer Robert Cuffley. Michael's films have had international acclaim The Making of Plus One debuted at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival. Eklund garnered a 2008 Leo award for Best Performance in a Supporting Role for his work on Walk All Over Me, written and directed by Robert Cuffley, which had is premiere at the 2007 Toronto Film Festival. Other feature credits include 88 Minutes with Al Pacino, The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassu, Gunless and The Entrance. Upcoming releases include the title role in the Untitled Eadweard Muybridge movie and the thriller Poker Nightr this one directed by Greg Francis and also starring Ron Perlman, Titius Welliver an Giancarlo Esposito. Michael has shot a myriad of films this past year including Mr. Right with Sam Rockwell and Anna Kendrick, Into The Forest with Ellen Page and Evan Rachel Wood and The Confirmation with Clive Owen. Television appearances include guest starring or recurring roles on Gotham, Bates Motel Season 2, Almost Human, Alcatraz, Fringe, Intelligence, The Bridge, Caprica, Flashpoint, Battlestar Galactica, and Movie Television’s critically acclaimed Terminal City.