Mickey Ryan (Stephen Baskings) has been in many plays, in many venues, over many years. On very rare occasions he has been sighted on TV and film. He is presently in a production of Orson Welles’ Moby Dick-Rehearsed directed by Marc Silberschatz at Richmond Shepard Theatre. He recently filmed Jay Stern’s short comedy The Ring of Ultimate Power as well as Stern’s feature film adaptation of Middletown and Rowley’s The Changeling. He played Jerry the ill-fated television host in the SciFi Channel film Darklight. He was also a member of the late Jean Cocteau Repertory company. He is celebrating his tenth year as Ramona Floyd’s significant other.

Ramona Floyd (Cheryl Baskings) is a New York-based actor, writer, and filmmaker. A professional actor for over fifteen years, she has appeared on stage, in film, television, animae/yakuza, voiceover and an internet MoveOn.org spot, directed by John Sayles. Ramona’s feature film credits include Jingle Hell (aka Christmas Present – available at a Walmart near you) and the soon to be released Humor Me directed by Chris Towey and Warren Etheredge. She can also be seen in an upcoming segment of the Onion News Channel online. Off-Broadway acting credits include the title role in Medea, and roles in Pygmalion, The Maids and Candida for the Jean Cocteau Repertory Theatre. Most recently, she completed a very successful run of The Monument with Clockwork Theater at the Clurman Theater. She was also a proud participant in the Lark Theatre’s U.S./Mexico Exchange workshop of Events With Life’s Leftovers (Acontecimientos Con Apartes De La Vida) directed by Jackson Gay. Other NY stage roles include Tonya Ritter in Man Measures Man, Iris Henniman in Down The Road and annual performances in Gone In 60 Secs, a multimedia short play collaboration between the Harrogate Theatre, UK and Brooklyn College. As a stage actor, she has appeared in The Balcony, Blue Window, Critic’s Choice, Rhinoceros, The Well of Horniness, La Ronde, and See How They Run, among others. She is a proud advocate of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and The Actor’s Fund, for whom she participated in the 11th Annual Nothing Like A Dame event at the Imperial Theatre. As a writer and filmmaker, her short comedy films include Destination Madrid, Where’s Cupid and Banana Tree. Ramona is also a producer for the independent feature film, The Changeling, and is currently a producer for First Sundays Comedy Film Festival at the Pioneer Theater in New York.

Jospeh Sousa (Walter) recently returned from Angola where he filmed Witch Orphans a documentary about children accused of witchcraft. The trailer for this film is available on youtube.com under title 'witch orphans'. Joseph is a graduate of the Brooklyn College BFA acting program. He appeared in the Shakespeare in the Park production of Mother Courage starring Meryl Streep and Kevin Kline. Other theatrical credits include The Crucible, Proof, Suburbia, Red Light Winter, Silence, and As You Like It.
Dina Cataldi (Carrie-Ann Baskings) is an only child originally from Rhode Island. When she was 14 she started a Theater company at her local Boys and Girls Club and thus was bitten by the acting bug. Since 2000 Dina has lived and traveled to Hawaii, London, and finally New York to study theater. She has been in New York since 2004 and recently received her MFA in Acting from Brooklyn College. Currently, she is working on the web series Z.E.R.O the first Digitally Distributed Episodic Zombie Series (www.warofthedead.com) for Fangoria.com. Next she will appear on stage with the Brooklyn Repertory Shakespeare Company as Imogen for Cymbeline and will begin shooting Nightwing vs. Batman with ComicsFinest Productions as The Oracle. Recently she co-stared in FrightWorld with Red Scream Films as Acid Poptart. Dina is a huge Jim Carrey fan and hopes someday to star in her own action film a la Jennifer Garner or Milla Jovovich. In her spare time she can be found at the gym, playing video games, or watching movies, her favorite being the Princess Bride and A Bronx Tale.
Todd Baker (Mike) Todd was a performer from the beginning. He started off providing the entertainment at family gatherings and even putting on his own plays in elementary school. His passion for performing led him into many high school plays, theater troupes, rock bands and eventually led to several collegiate scholarship offers in the arts. After finishing college and relocating to New Haven, CT, an experimental songwriting collaboration managed to attract some attention from a small label and blossomed into a full fledged band, Fountain Project. The group released three albums and finally called it quits after four years of touring the Northeast. Todd has gone on to finish a solo album and is currently writing material for a second. In early 2005, Todd relocated once again, this time to New York City. 2005 also marked his return to the stage starring in Bayside the Un-Musical, an off-off Broadway parody of the famous Saved by the Bell television show. He has also done commercial campaigns for the Museum of Sex, Orbit Gum, Tour GCX Golf, numerous independent films and voice over work for Smirnoff Ice. He continues to work and live in New York.
Kay Cameron (Kristin Baskings) Kay Cameron is a graduate of Cornell University and currently studies acting with Sande Shurin in New York City. Recent credits include the short film Characters (feat. Sarah Foster), New Boobs (2006 Inspirational Short film Festival and Florida Film Festival), Take A Look At The Wild Side, Believing, Mercy College Commercial, and currently is working on All My Children. She would like to sincerely thank the entire cast, especially Randall, along with her mum, daddy, bambam, grandma and Tommy her superhero.