Brian has been a professional performer for over 20 years. He received his training at Washington University in St. Louis, graduating Magna Cum Laude with degrees in Dance and Drama. He started out his career as a dancer, working with a wide range of both modern and ballet companies in New York City and Minneapolis. Near the turn of the millennium, Brian began to shift his focus to acting, first at Chanhassen Dinner Theater doing musicals, and then to theater when he moved to California. Since 2006, Brian has focused solely on film, appearing in over 40 productions in the bay area.


Kari Wishingrad hails originally from New York City and has lived in Sonoma, CA for the past 14 years. Her acting background has been mostly in theater but has since expanded to include dozens of films, many of which have been in the festival circuit and may be seen on DVD. Commercials, TV, voice over (including radio, animation, narration and corporate training), print modeling and industrials round out her resume. Kari is currently working on producing feature films and is collaborating on a musical show.

Veronica Castro is a free spirited, enthusiastic, adventurous, compassionate individual, who seeks to explore all opportunities and share stories through the camera lens. Growing up in the Bay Area, she found her calling in the arts and entertainment industry after being chosen from a San Francisco charity fashion show to join a talent agency. During her time running the audition circuit between San Francisco and Los Angeles, she found a niche in hosting and reporting on the independent Emmy Award winning TV show Latin Eyes. She says interviewing and producing unique stories is her element and creates a state of bliss. You can also find Veronica freelancing on other shows such as Liv'n DiverseCity, Kulaks Woodshed live music show and Riddim Express pod casts. Along with reporting she adds, producing, print modeling, commercials and other acting gigs to her extensive list. Even more importantly, she believes in helping others by promoting the work of emerging artists and supporting live charity events as guest host.

A native of San Francisco – sharing his time between San Francisco and Los Angeles, Cole has starred in 5 Independent Features Films and over 20 short films - most notably as Woodson Forster the father of a troubled gay man in David Lewis's "Redwoods" which won the 2009 "IRIS" award for Best Feature Film in Whales, and as Nikita Novak the Czech immigrant cab driver down on his luck in Eirini Steirou's "Safety Net" which won Best Short Film at the 2009 Carnegie International Film Festival.

Cole studied for three years with the famous San Francisco acting teacher, Jean Shelton. Jean, a method teacher and student of Stella Adler, taught the likes of James Franco and Danny Glover among others. Cole also studied for a year with the late Wendell Phillips who replaced Lee Strasburg at the Actors Studio when Lee came to Los Angeles to work in film. He is currently attending an ongoing scene study class with Peter Holden is Sherman Oaks.

Larry Kitagawa is an actor, model and producer based in San Francisco. His acting resume includes over 100 feature films, shorts, television shows, commercials and industrials.

Larry had a lead role in the drama, "Knock Off" which was shown at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival. Larry had a supporting role in the comedy "Wondrous Woman", which won Best Indie Short at the 2006 Garden State Film Festival. Commercials include Thunder Valley Casino, Magnolia Ice Cream, HP Computer, Samsung, Medtronics, PG&E and Ichiban Kan. Print work includes Longs Drugs, Charles Schwab, Clorox, The Home Depot, Hyperion, Quicken, Levemir, Sonoma County Tourist Bureau., PG&E, and Goodwill Industries. Larry is one of the senior members of Asian Mainstream Productions in San Francisco. He received formal training at the Asian American Theater Company, San Jose Reperatory Theater and Voice One.