Sam Jaeger Father Lance
SAM JAEGER"Father Lance"

Best known for his performances on six seasons of NBC’s “Parenthood” and the box office sensation “American Sniper,” Sam will also star in the upcoming feature “Brave New Jersey,” alongside Anna Camp and Tony Hale, the Gus Van Sant pilot “When We Rise,” as well as the Legendary Television mini-series “Poor Richard’s Almanak.” In addition to his film and television acting credits (including “Lucky Number Slevin” and “Catch & Release“), Sam has directed the well-received romantic comedy “Take Me Home” and the short films “Plain Clothes” and “Advantage Hart.”

Neil Grayston

Neil Grayston is known for his roles in Syfy’s Eureka, Warehouse 13, and End of the World and Fox’s cult hit Wonderfalls. He most recently can be seen in season 2 of the Netflix hit Daredevil.

Heather Morris

Heather is an actress, dancer, singer and model, best known for her standout role as Brittany on the hit show “Glee.” Heather’s film credits include “Spring Breakers,” “Ice Age: Continental Drift” (voice) and the upcoming horror film “Most Likely to Die.” Prior to her acting career, Heather was one of Beyonce’s backup dancers, performing at the American Music Awards, Saturday Night Live, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Today and the 50th Annual Grammy Awards.


Jonny Radtke is a guitarist/multi-instrumentalist, originally from Chicago, Illinois. From 2000-2009, he was the lead guitarist for the alternative rock group, Kill Hannah. During his time with the band, he toured both domestically and internationally, playing festivals, headlining tours, and opening for other popular acts such as 30 Seconds to Mars, H.I.M, Smashing Pumpkins, Velvet Revolver, Alice in Chains, Papa Roach, Angels & Airwaves,and Lost Prophets. In 2009, Jonny moved to Los Angeles, and began working as the guitarist for ASHES dIVIDEas well as focusing on his solo project, POLAR MOON. Currently, Jonny is the guitarist for the platinum selling rock band, FILTER, and has recently co-written their new album, “The Sun Comes Out Tonight” with frontman and founder, Richard Patrick.

JoonHo Huh

Joon-ho Huh is a South Korean actor. His father was Jang-kang Huh, one of the best-known Korean actors of the 1960s and 1970s. Huh began his career in theater, then became active in film and television as a character actor, notably in the 2003 box office hit Silmido for which he won Best Supporting Actor at the Grand Bell Awards. He has also reprised the leading role in the stage musical Gambler several times.


Wanhi Lee studied film and theater in Korea for two years prior to studying at the prominent Art Center College of Design, a globally recognized art and design school in Pasadena. While studying, he attended acting workshops to experience a variety of artful expression and also remained focused to earn a Film Directing degree in 2012. Since graduating, Wanhi has utilized his director, videography and editing skills on numerous large scale projects including concerts, documentaries and commercial productions for US and Korean companies.

Teala Dunn

Teala Dunn started acting at the tender age of six where she played the role of Turtle Tuck on Nick Jr.’s Animated TV Series “The Wonder Pets.” Teala is also known in many households for her role as Gina on Disney’s “Shake It Up,” & her recurring role on Disney’s “Dog With A Blog.”  Teala is currently the New Face Clare’s in over 44 countries. She has her own clothing line call “Dunnwithit,” which can be found on Awesomeness TV’s merchandise website. Teala enjoys shooting & editing her YouTube videos, spending time with friends and family, singing, & dancing.  Teala boasts over 1 million followers on Instagram, nearly 500,000 followers on Twitter, and almost 1 million subscribers on YouTube.

Vivian Fabiola

If you watch Spanish shows on TV or online, then you have most likely come to love the lively and energetic host Vivian Fabiola. She is known for being the face of Defy Media’s Spanish-language entertainment channel/brand, Clevver Teve. Vivian has worked as an entertainment correspondent for both TV Chile and Hola TV whose entertainment programs air internationally. It’s easy to say she breathes pop culture! She is considered to be a top Hispanic millennial social media influencer. Vivian also has extensive experience in more than 10 scholarship and cultural pageants. In 2009, she won the title of Miss California Latina and in 2011, she won Univision’s Virtual Casting and was a part of the 5th Season of Nuestra Belleza Latina, placing in the top 20. Vivian is ecstatic to make her acting debut on “The Cleansing Hour” because she has always enjoyed the thrill of horror movies.

Catherine Marin

Born and raised in Orange County, Catherine Marin is the youngest of three daughters, born into an affluent Mexican-American family featured on TVGN’s docu-soap “Tequila Sisters,” that aired in 2014. Cat is particularly drawn to the horror genre, recently acting in the horror/thriller “Chimera” directed by Joshua Cordes. In addition to her budding career as an actress, Cat is also designing her own resort swimwear line based out of Los Angeles and is an avid international traveler.

John Griffin

A Stanford graduate, John will be recurring on The Young And The Restlessstarting September 25th. He also spent three seasons playing “Newton” on the Lifetime series Strong Medicine and very recently guest starred on Disney XD’s new hit sitcom Mighty Med and on the 100th Episode of Castle for ABC. John has also recurred on Hollywood Heights for Nickelodeon, and guest starred on Chuck and Lie To Me. Previous credits include CSI, The Forgotten, Dexter, Bones, recurring on 24 and Cold Case. Film credits include the 2014 Warner Brothers release Jersey Boys directed by Clint Eastwood, and the comedy Authors Anonymous with Caley Kuoco. He was also recently seen in SONY’s Priest (opposite Paul Bettany), Answers to Nothing starring Dane Cook, and Wake(opposite Bijou Phillips,) in addition to previous films American Dreamz with Hugh Grant and the Sundance entry If I Had Known I Was A Genius opposite Oscar winner Whoopi Goldberg. On stage, he has starred opposite Richard Dreyfuss and Eli Wallach (The Secret Order – off Broadway), Martin Landau (The Secret Order – LA), Anne Archer, and Tony Award winners Tyne Daly and John Glover. John himself was nominated for the Ovation Award – LA’s version of the Tony – in the category of Best Lead Actor for his performance in the world premiere of BARE. He then reprised his lead role in BARE’s first off-Broadway workshop produced by MTV at the New York Theatre Workshop.

Danielle Langlois

Fair-skinned brunette Danielle Langlois (pronounced: lahng.lwah) was born in Boston, Massachusetts to mother Laurette (a graphic artist and musician) and father Norman (a Federal Agent). At the age of two, she and her mother moved to the Washington, D.C. area. Inevitably, young Danielle developed a love for the fiery debate of politics and the plight of the underdog. She found that these passions translated well into acting: Danielle began performing Shakespeare at the age of eight, and has continued to perform in socially relevant live theater ever since. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drama at the North Carolina School of the Arts, under the guidance of Broadway Director Gerald Freedman. (It was Freedman who convinced her not to change her name, despite its difficult French pronunciation!) Upon graduation, Danielle worked in Regional Theaters all over the East Coast before moving to Los Angeles in 2005. Since then, she has capitalized on her patrician good looks and has worked on multiple films and television shows.

Walker Mintz

July 3rd 2005 in Los Angeles, California, Walker Hudson Mintz was born to a handsome midwestern father and an artsy California native mom. This gives Walker the balance he exudes. Amazing heart and a love for the arts.
Whether it is acting, dancing, or singing around the house…Walker commits 100%. He’s all in.
It was around 8 years old when the family decision was made for Walker to go ahead and pursue his love of acting. He quickly started to work.
Walker’s first job was as an extra in a commercial and the age of 8. He thoroughly enjoyed riding on a carousel all day disguised as work.
Walker began the auditioning process and began honing his skills as an actor.
Walker’s second job came in booking a supporting lead in a 1940’s period short film Called ‘Gloves’, directed by Gregory Caruso.
Right behind that he shot another film, ‘Ouija Exorcism’ directed by Nick Slatkin.
Not stopping, Walker shot back to back movies…’The Valley Drowner’ directed by Jared Cohn and just wrapped filming on ‘The Cleansing Hour’ directed by Damien LeVeck. But not without booking and Filming a co-starring role on a new episode of ‘American Horror Story: Hotel, right in between!
Walker is currently studying acting with Ivanna Chubbuck Youth program. Taking dance classes and playing sports!
He’s excited to explore his art and craft of acting…..I mean come on….He’s 10….and half!