Actor and musician, this Los Angeles native has a glow to his personality. He makes it nearly impossible to not be drawn in by his charisma and comical personality. He was constantly pushed by many people to try his hand and acting and the bug has bit. Not only is music a love and passion but not the stage, and television has his attention as well. He has found his passion in entertainment to be a magnetic force pulling him in to his true destiny.
Christopher Gary Lawson - Eric
Born in Brooklyn, New York, Christopher Gary Lawson performed in theater productions including A Midsummer Night's Dream, while maintaining a successful career as a professional model, before moving to Los Angeles to become a film and television actor. Christopher continued to gain experience in Hollywood through booking numerous commercials, performing Impov and in various theater productions. Gary's film career gained traction after landing a role in the film Chemical Cut, directed by Marjorie Conrad in 2014. This led to more commercial work and being cast leads in the films Adé, directed by Marques Green in 2015 and 2106's A Hateful Love (directed by Sean Lennon). Along with his career in acting, Christopher has continued to model, giving him the ability to travel while gaining wisdom and experience, and meet new people and diverse cultures. In these things Christopher has been able to allow the experiences of life to inform his life and work. It is his personal mission to tell inspiring stories for audiences to not only enjoy, but also take a understand with greater insight the situations of life.
Darn Oldham - Truth
DARN OLDHAM was one of the original members of the D.C. Black Repertory Theatre Company in Washington, D.C. where he also studied Drama and Journalism at UDC. He moved to Los Angeles where he had bit parts in numerous TV shows, movies, commercials and lead roles in stage plays. He also appeared in over 14 TV quiz shows. Darn toured the west coast in “Evolution Of The Soul Brother” and toured the country for 2 years in “Living Room”. He moved to Atlanta and had the lead in several commercials and appeared in numerous plays. He’s now back in L.A. Darn knows that his talent is a gift from God and believes an actor’s duty is to entertain, inform and enlighten his audience.
Gerald Dewey - Will
Gerald Dewey, is a native of Dallas, TX. In high school he was casted to perform a Langston Hughes monologue as, “Big Eyed” Buddy Lomax from the stage play, Tambourines to Glory, and that is where his interests in acting began. He quickly moved on to plays like, College Life, written by Stevie Walker-Webb where he played the protagonist, Darius. He was also essential to the development of the lead character Kibosa/Patrice Gasana in 2011 Nicholl Fellowship’s award winning script, Cutter, written by Dion Cook. In 2012 Gerald Dewey won his first award as a solo performer in a short film called, Judges 19 produced by Watchmen Media Productions. He has also been named Best Actor in his performance in, Flight Fright at the IFP Film Festival, The Phoenix Film Festival and the Zed Fest Film Festival.As Gerald Dewey continues his pursuit of becoming a household name he keeps in mind his motto for life, DON’T SETTLE.
Kuali'i Wittman, from Maui, HI, grew up in an artistic household and was always encouraged to dream. Coming to acting later in life, he put it all on the line and moved to LA and make the dream a reality. As with most new endeavors, there is struggle but the payoff is far more rewarding. Studying at Santa Monica College and Lauren Patrice Nadler Studios, he found kindred spirits who helped him to find his voice and realize his passion. Fast approaching the 10-year anniversary of the move, he couldn't be happier with the successes he's experienced, more humbled by the lessons he's learned, and more appreciative of the relationships he's found. Always hungry for the next project, he keeps his eyes forward and his heart open to take in everything this life has to offer.
Michael Forrest - Wise
Native of Southern California, Michael Forrest has always had a desire for theater and film. He began his journey on stage in various productions and plays throughout his youth and high school years. He can be seen in the "Documentary: Dark Girls (2011)" by Bill Duke and more recently showcased as Warren in The Chicken Shack, a stage production. Over the years, Michael has been featured in several commercials and print ads ranging from Saturn to Nike and more.
Michael kept everyone on guard when he portrayed the role of Mikell Geeter, the brash and ticking-time bomb from the East Coast in Rene' Margary's "psychological" stage play How to Love a Black Man. Which addresses issues facing self-acceptance and love.
When not acting, Michael keeps himself fit and physically active. He enjoys playing and teaching both tennis and basketball. He is also a coach for an inner-city youth program during the summer.