ADAM CAROLLA (“Anxiety”) began his career as a boxing instructor who answered an ad to train then radio personality Jimmy Kimmel of KROQ’s KEVIN AND BEAN SHOW in Los Angeles. He eventually joined the show’s repertoire and his success on KROQ led to a hosting job on the nationally syndicated radio program “Loveline,” with Dr. Drew Pinsky. MTV developed a television version of the show, co-hosted by Carolla and Pinsky for five seasons (1996-2000). Carolla and Jimmy Kimmel went on to produce and star in “The Man Show” (1999-2003) and “Crank Yankers” (2002-present), both for Comedy Central. The duo also produced a reality-based feature film, “Windy City Heat”, which won for Best Film at the 2004 Montreal Just For Laughs festival. Carolla produced and starred in a feature film entitled “The Hammer” which is premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2007.
HOUSTON GRAHAM (“Pete”) Most recently seen on NBC’s The Unit and the FOX TV’s, Bones, HOUSTON GRAHAM began his professional career at the age of 9 with a starring role in a Gloria Estafan music video.
Finding himself passionate about acting, Houston soon landed TV commercial work as well as roles in long running theatrical productions such as Sondheim’s “Assassins” at the L.A. Repertory and “Johnny Boy” at Gary Marshall’s Falcon Theater.
His film credits include the indie feature “Beach House”, “Head, Heart and Balls” with Adam Carolla and “Pancho’s Pizza” starring Danny Masterson and Jon Lovitz.
Houston spends his free time playing guitar, being active in various sports and hanging out with his beloved dog, Berkeley.
Born and raised in Southern California, ANGELICA MAY (MAGANA) (“Moonbeam”) began her career by performing in school productions and community-theater. Developing an intense love of acting, she was soon accepted into the intensive program at the prestigious “Neighborhood Playhouse” in New York city as well as the Lee Strasberg Institute in L.A. An avid athlete and gymnast who was given the “All-American Cheerleader Award” by the National Cheerleader’s Association, Angelica’s film and television credits include Nickleodeon’s “Drake and Josh”, the feature “Baja Drop” as well as a recent lead role in the Independent thriller “Inhospitable,” produced by veteran actor, Paul Koslo and directed by Stephen Goetsch.
Born in Newport Beach, California, JORDAN POTTER (“Jake”) has lived his entire life in Huntington Beach, engaging in surfing, as well as a litany of other sports, and, has now added life-guarding to his activities. He started playing guitar and began writing his own songs shortly after. His acting career began around the age of eight, primarily in commercials and daytime television. He later went on to work in student films and independent shorts. He made his feature film debut in the Sundance and Cannes Film Festival award winner, “Me and You and Everyone We Know,” starring John Hawkes. His most recent television appearance was a co-starring role on the CBS series, “Cold Case.”
Growing up in Los Angeles, LUKE BAYBAK (“Leon”) didn’t discover acting until high school. Before long his performances in school plays became audience favorites and Luke began to seriously contemplate a career in entertainment. To date he has had featured roles on TV in shows such as Sleeper Cell, Malcolm in the Middle, Judging Amy, Monk and General Hospital. An avid music fan, Luke is also an accomplished guitar player.
STEVEN CHRISTOPHER PARKER (“Danny”) was born in Littleton, Colorado, and moved to Los Angeles when he was 12. At the age of 15 he booked his first major role in the 20th Century Fox feature film, “Rebound.” Since then he has been seen on the TV shows ER, Malcolm in the Middle and Stacked. He has also had supporting and lead roles in films such as “Man in the Chair,” “South of Pico,” “Bad Blood” and “Parental Guidance Suggested.” He is thrilled to have worked with actors such from Diane Keaton, Christopher Plummer and Greg Kinnear.
Originally from the east coast, JAMES WELLINGTON (“Dad”) spent his early adulthood working in the casino gambling industry. Since becoming a performer in the late 1980’s, he has become an established character actor with recurring roles on NYPD BLUE, YOUNG & RESTLESS and LAS VEGAS with guest spots on dozens of other TV productions. He is also credited with distinctive roles in films such as MEAN GUNS and TOO FAST, TOO YOUNG as well as the critically acclaimed DAYDREAMER to be in full release in this year.
MARIANNE FERRARI’S (“Mom”) film credits include Home Shopping, The Class and Stolen Happiness. On TV she has been seen in Without a Trace, Brooklyn South, Public Morals and Cybill. She recently completed an extended run of her one-woman memoir, Guido Girl an Italian-American coming of age or “Escape from The Bronx”, at Theatre East in Los Angeles. Previously, she completed a 6 month run of Night of the Black Cat, at Edgemar Center for the Arts, playing ‘Edith Piaf’ to rave reviews. Marianne has appeared in numerous stage productions in New York, Los Angeles as well as three seasons at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, where she had the privilege to work with Arthur Miller in The American Clock.