– CAST –
Seth Kirschner “Greg”
Originally from Wilmington, Delaware, Seth has been featured on NBC’s “30 Rock” and “Lipstick Jungle.” Seth is an immensely funny actor who also stars in his one-man 90’s sitcom themed show “Certainly Seth” at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade theater. Seth was also featured as Henry on the hit web series “We Need Girlfriends.”
Jenny Grace “Gwen”
Jenny Grace is a NYC-based actress, writer, and producer.
Most recently you can see her on the 3 time ISA nominated hit digital series, Tina Cesa Ward’s “Producing Juliet,” or on Hulu in Max Weissberg’s award winning feature, “Summertime In New York.”
Other recent work includes films “Possum,” and “Fog,” and guest appearances on “2040,” and “Serious Business,” (with Jim Belushi).
Jenny’s indie musical, “Relent” was produced by the WorkShop Theater in January of 2014 and was nominated for an Innovative Theater Award for its score.
For more information about Jenny, please visit thejennygrace.com.
Whitney Kimball Long “Liz”
Whitney Kimball Long is an NYC based actor that has starred onstage as well as on film and television. Off-Broadway, Whitney was most recently seen in the all-female Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, in which she was awarded Best Supporting Actress by the Midtown International Theatre Festival. Also in NYC, Whitney performed at The Access Theatre in an all-female Julius Caesar, and she played the role of Bellamira in Marlowe’s The Jew of Malta, with The York Shakespeare Company.
Whitney is currently a series regular in the original comedic series Girl’s Guide to Depravity (HBO/Cinemax), and she has been featured regularly on ABC’s One Life To Live. Her best known work is A Coming Out Homecoming; The Indie Film has been the official selection for over ten film festivals nation-wide. Other Film/TV credits include: Sex and The City: The Movie, Frank and Barry (V3 Studios), 30 Rock (NBC), and Stalked (The Discovery Channel). Whitney is also a series regular in the upcoming TV/Web series The Burlesque Sisters (The Image Factory).
Raised outside of Philadelphia in Bucks County, PA, Whitney trained in dance, theatre, and voice at The Pennsylvania School of the Performing Arts for 10 years. She then went on to study at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, where she received a BFA in Acting. Her classical training took place at The British American Drama Academy in London. It was there that Whitney made her debut on the London stage, as Mrs Marwood in The Way of the World, at The Oval House Theater.
Geneva Carr “Mary”
Geneva Carr joins the cast as “Mary.” She has appeared in many feature films including It’s Complicated, Love and Other Drugs, and Then She Found Me.
Her television credits include guest spots on Elementary, Sex and the City, and Your Pretty Face is Going To Hell. She’s also been featured in recurring roles on Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and Third Watch, as well as Rescue Me, in which she played a reporter investigating Denis Leary’s character Tommy Gavin.
In addition to a great film and television resume, Carr also has been active in the theater, having acted in New York productions of Trevor, Hand to God, Just Sex, and The Vagina Monologues.
Kate Hodge “Dr. Hunter”
From 2000-2001, Hodge played FBI Agent Annie Price on Level 9. She has also been in the films Rapid Fire (1992) opposite Brandon Lee.
She has made appearances in several television series, includingThirtysomething (1989), Tales from the Crypt (1990), Ellen (1994–1995), Cupid(1998), and Summerland. She was a series regular for ten episodes of the Fred Savage show Working (1998). She has also been seen in Person of Interest, Fringe, One Life to Live, Law and Order and Law and Order SVU.
In addition to acting, Hodge has also produced two films, The Perfect Stranger (2005) and Black Velvet Pantsuit (1995), where she served as co-executive producer.
Check out her complete listing on IMDB.
Turna Mete “Felicia”
Turna was born in Toledo, Ohio but was raised bicoastal on Long Island, New York and in South Pasadena, a Los Angeles suburb. She attended California State University Fullerton where she graduated with honors and a BA in Acting. While there, she was nominated for a Kennedy Center American College Theater Award and had her first lead role in a feature film. Recent Stage:Asking for Trouble(EST),The Invested(4th St. Theater),The Old House(H.B. Studios). Original Cast:Looking At Christmas(bySteven Banks),Office Hours(by A.R. Gurney), andThe Great Recessionat The Flea Theater. Other favorite credits:Sonnets For An Old Century(The Complex Theatre),Necessary Targets(Grand Central Arts Theatre),Richard III(CSUF) Film/TV:Hiding In the Open,Women Behind Bars, and the upcomingAsockalypse! www.turnamete.com
Jym Parrella “Dylan”
Making his feature film debut, Jym is the lead singer of the hardest, fastest Connecticut punk band Two Fisted Law.
In recent years he’s been kicking around NYC on Theatre Row and various Greenwich Village venues, appearing in such plays as Sexual Psychobable, Slap and Time It Is. He has played the Archbishop of Canterbury for two seasons at the the NY Renaissance Faire and has several film credits including, Mona Lisa’s Smile, The Guru and Dead Canaries opposite Charles Durning. For twelve years he as worked for Plays for Living, a theatre company specializing in social issue drama for schools, churches and corporations nationwide.
The Writer/Director/Producer- Robert Vornkahl
Director of Photography – Brian C. Harnick
Extremely talented Cinematographer Brian Harnick will be shooting his 4th feature with Completely Normal. Long time friend and collaborator of Robert, Brian has shot and lit numerous other projects both in short and long form styles across all mediums.
Previous credits include:
The Ones That Have Fallen, The Eve, Hell House, Sweet Sweet Baby, Frank and Barry
Editor – Mike Api
Mike is an extremely accomplished editor who has worked across many networks, cable and film projects. His previously projects have been featured on: CBS, MTV, History Channel, TLC, NFL and ABC networks.
Writer – Chris Vespoli
Chris is a prolific short form comedic writer, performer and producer. An up-and-coming stand-up comedian, he has performed on some of the biggest stages in New York and Los Angeles, includingThe Comedy Store, The Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, The Laugh Factory and New York Comedy Club. His sketch work has accumulated over 2 million video views on YouTube alone and has been featured on TV and Internet outlets such as Maury, Today, College Humor and Funny or Die.
The 29-year-old is the former lead writer and editor for the American branch of Next Media Animation, the company behind the Internet sensation Taiwanese news reenactments. His work there garnered international acclaim, as well as the attention of major American television shows like Conan, Jimmy Kimmel Live! and The Simpsons. He also wrote animated projects for The Daily Show, Spike TV and Conde Nast.
Chris is a former NBC Page and Production Assistant for Saturday Night Live, and a former Program Research Analyst for the USA and Syfy networks. He is currently a Segment Producer and On-Air Contributor for AOL Live.
Most recently, Chris wrote this bio.
Writer/Producer – Paul DeKams
Paul DeKams is a socially awkward malcontent working in marketing in New York City. So, yeah, he’s a writer. He loves cooking and has been known to moonlight on set as a one-man catering crew called “Put Some Bacon On It.”
In addition to writing outside of his horror movie comfort zone for this film, he also recently overcame his fear of flying, and has been trying to eat more vegetables. He’s got a killer recipe for roasted brussels sprouts.
1st AD/Producer Andrew Beguin
When Andrew is not being mistaken for Prince Charming, he is out Assistant Directing, Producing and Writing. His Credits include Absence of Love, Lucky N#mber, Food Network’s Chopped and tons of others. Check out his IMDB!