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CAST

Samantha Cutaran

"Shapiro"

a California native who received her BFA in Theatre from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. She has appeared on several television shows including Agents of SHIELD, Jane the Virgin, Scandal, House and Criminal Minds.

www.scutaran.com

Tom McCafferty

"Rand"

Tom is an actor and writer, known for Law & Order True Crime, Halt and Catch Fire, and Assassination Nation.  Fun fact, he graduated from West Point and served as a US Army officer before becoming an actor. Also an emerging director, his short film "Battle Scars" won the audience award at the 2015 GI Film Festival. 

http://tommccafferty.com/

Lyn Ross

"Captain Reyna"

Lyn is a Los Angeles native with a BA in Theatre and Directing.  She has graced the stage in numerous theatre productions in LA and on the road, her latest, portraying the role of Loretta in the stage play “BREATHE”. She has appeared in many independent short and feature films, as well as several national commercials. Most recently she is known for her recurring role on inkSpote’s popular award-winning web series’, the Unwritten Rules and Everything I Did Wrong in My 20’s.

She is also a rising director; Lyn has directed several episodes of Everything I Did Wrong in My 20’s, with great recognition.

Eduardo Olmos

"Dud"

A graduate of NYU Tisch (BFA Drama), The Lee Strasberg Institute, and Stonestreet Studios, Eduardo is a conservatory-trained actor.  He made his theatrical debut with Michael Elyanow’s The Idiot Box at the historic 13th Street Repertory Theatre, and has worked on a diverse set of roles.

Past credits include Liz Swados’ Political Snorts at La MaMa in the East Village, Between a Cock and a Hard Place at Dixon Place, and SUBPAR/PAC, shot at Raleigh Studios in Los Angeles. Eduardo recently left New York for the warmer West Coast.

TBD

"Gomez"

A role that is strictly voice-over, we want to find an actor who already lives in the Stephen King universe to play the role of salvage ship communication officer gomez.