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Tony Willams

as Freddi Fantastik

Born the youngest of three children in Birmingham, Alabama to consensually generous parents Thomas Williams, a Baptist Deacon, core maker and entrepreneur, and Gloria Williams, a fiercely strong woman of many gifts, Tony, somewhat of a modern day renaissance man, followed the gifted and talented educational path through his high school years playing multiple sports, instruments, and even such things as assisting in surgery. After receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Pre-Medicine/Chemistry at Auburn University, he moved to Atlanta on a Production contract with a three man singing group making his way to the Nashville stage scene. Following regional theatre work in Tennessee, Tony completed training at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts where he was seen on stage as Othello and Treat from Lyle Kessler's, "Orphans" among other roles. Since, he has appeared in the third part of the popular Taken franchise as the first officer to unsuccessfully attempt Bryan Mills' capture, in the pilot episode of James Lafferty's "Everyone is Doing Great", and in the Don Cornelius biopic, "American Soul", as Gladys Knight and the Pips' road manager. Outside of TV and film, he can be seen regularly on Los Angeles theatre stages.

Samantha Grace Miller

as Sammy Diamond

Samantha wrote and is shopping television series, "Curve," with Taylor & Dodge LLC. In 2002, Mandalay Pictures extended a Shopping Agreement for feature film, "99 Dreams Neon," written by Samantha Grace Miller and Donnie Hobbie, which has an Academy Award Nominee attached. Her production company, Shoots and Ladders, produced for over 20 major clients in its first three years, and the content was published in Forbes.

Samantha starred in "Track Shack," an OOC episodic selection at Sundance 2023. She tested for Netflix in 2019. She hosted two seasons and a special edition episode of "True Crime: Uncovered," a Condé Nast Entertainment and Oxygen Snap Original that garnered over 1.3 million subscribers.

Samantha graduated from Princeton University with a focus and thesis on Film Theory in the Comparative Literature Department. She attended the University of North Carolina School of the Arts as a high school ballet major and would later dance in episodes of "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life," "Lucifer," "G.L.O.W.," viral Adele "Someone Like You" music video (15 million views), and more. Samantha has guest lectured at the University of Southern California.


Jeff Tamelier

as Jeff

Jeff Tamelier is an established artist, musician, producer, and educator. He’s played with and produced artists from all walks of life. Jeff has toured as lead guitarist for
Tower of Power and with Mickey Thomas and ‘Starship’, while endorsing a number of
cutting-edge companies like Dunlop, Fender, and Monster Cable.

In 1985, he joined Lydia Pense & ‘Cold Blood’, a popular East Bay band from Bill Graham’s San Francisco label. Jeff is the President of House of Hansen Productions LLC, where he is responsible for all music production and client services at The Track Shack Studios in Sacramento, CA and he performs regularly with various artists & bands at venues all over the Bay Area.

Madison Marshall

as Missile Silo

Madison Marshall is a multi-talented artist, known for her captivating performances as an actress and a singer. From a young age, Madison displayed a natural inclination towards the performing arts. Her love for storytelling and the ability to express emotions through various mediums led her to pursue a career in acting and music. She honed her skills through dedicated training, studying theater, vocal techniques, and exploring different genres of music.

As an actress, Madison has showcased her versatility through a range of roles across film, television, and theater. In addition to her acting prowess, Madison has also made a name for herself as a gifted singer. Her captivating vocals, enriched with raw emotion and a soulful quality, have captivated audiences worldwide. She has released several original songs, showcasing her songwriting abilities and her ability to connect with listeners on a deeply personal level. Her commitment to her artistry, combined with her natural talent, has established her as a rising star in the entertainment industry.

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Ryan Tasker

as Larry Silo

Ryan Tasker is a San Francisco-based actor.  He has worked extensively onstage in the Bay Area and can be seen in the independent films Freeland and Goatherder, as well as the upcoming Fairyland.

Chesi Ho

as Kimberly

Chesi Ho miraculously discovered her love of acting while working as a pharmacist and raising two young daughters in Oakland, CA. After training with Studio A.C.T. in San Francisco, Chesi began booking numerous commercial and theatrical projects including the energetic mother Candice Jing in the independent film Sorry We're Dead. Chesi is thrilled to be a part of the Track Shack family as the gatekeeper secretary Kimberly. She is represented by Cast Images Talent Agency and Sovereign Talent Group.

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Kartic Bhargav

as Tim

Kartic Bhargav is a South-Asian American actor and writer who primarily works on narratives. He has appeared on a number of award-winning independent films, web-series, comedy-sketches and music videos. His recent works include The Games We Play (premiered at IFFSA Toronto '22), Einstein's Twin (in post-production) and Patel Motel (in post-production). His short-film Drifting Apart is available to stream on Prime Video.

Apart from film & TV, he has also performed in a number of stage productions, radio-plays and audio-book narrations.

Kartic is trained in acting technique from Atlantic Acting School (New York); in scene-study from The Barrow Group (New York) & American Conservatory Theater (San Francisco) and in storytelling from The Hive (San Jose).

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Claire Donnelly

as Stephanie

Claire Donnelly is a versatile and talented actress with exceptional range and ability to immerse herself in diverse characters. With her versatility and unwavering commitment to her art, Claire continues to shine on the big and small screens, captivating audiences with her powerful performances. As she ventures into new projects and challenges, she undoubtedly remains a force to be reckoned with in the world of acting.

Tuesday Freas

as Miranda

Tuesday Freas is an accomplished and versatile film and television actress, with a wealth of experience in the commercial industry, known for her talent, professionalism, and magnetic screen presence. Tuesday honed her skills through dedicated training, studying acting techniques, improvisation, and scene study, allowing her to develop a wide range of abilities and an impressive versatility in her craft.

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