Hallie York is a New Jersey native currently residing in New York City. She began dancing at age 8 with her mother's studio, The Dance Connection of Toms River, NJ. This sparked an interest in performing that led to training in voice, piano, and ultimately, acting. A theater actress at heart, she has performed at the historic Strand Theater of Lakewood, NJ, Playwrights Theater of NJ, Kean University's Premiere Stages, New York City's Fringe Festival & ID America Festival, and numerous productions at her alma mater, Montclair State University. Hallie graduated Montclair summa cum laude with a BFA in Acting. She has since been working to expand her film career, Let's Make a Movie is her first feature film.
Johnathan Fernandez is a NY comedian/actor from The Poconos. He went to Penn State where he dabbled in comedy then made his way to Manhattan to study extensively at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. Having been in many shows there such as: Beneath Gristedes, The Brooks Brothers' Clambake, Salvador Dali's Danza Macabre, and Sketch Cram!, Johnathan is also on the UCB's first ever weekend house sketch team: Stone Cold Fox.
Johnathan has appeared on The Colbert Report, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Nickelodeon, and many internet videos, some of which were for funnyordie.com, ucbcomedy.com, and babelgum.com.
Recently Fernandez has been on The Daily Show, and will be seen on NBC's Next Caller, the upcoming films Let's Make a Movie and The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby starring James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain.
Brian Cheng is a theater and TV actor, his work include The Awesome 80's Prom (Off Broadway), Around the World in 80 Days(Gotham Radio Theatre), B*tch (The Theatre Project), The School For Husbands (New York Classical Theatre), The Goonies: The Musical(RASH! Theatre Co.). Julius Caesar and A Midsummer Night's Dream (Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey), Max and Ruby(TheatreworksUSA). His film and TV work include The All For Nots (HDNet), Backwards(starring James Van Der Beek).