ADRIANA MATHER – Morgan, Producer
Adriana Mather is the 12th generation of Mathers in America – her ancestors came over on the Mayflower, instigated the Salem Witch Trials, survived the Titanic, and fought in the Revolutionary War. Adriana co-owns a production company in LA, Zombot Pictures, with Anya Remizova and James Bird, that has made three feature films in three years. Her first ever acting scene in a film was a crying scene with Danny Glover, and she was terrified she would mess it up. Her novel How to Hang a Witch debuts with Knopf Random House on her birthday – July 26th.


Zach Villa has acquired considerable acclaim as an actor, musician, vocalist, dancer & songwriter. A ‘jack of all trades’, Zach appeared on Broadway and at Carnegie Hall before re-locating to the West coast. He can be currently seen in “For The Record: Dear John Hughes” at DBA in Hollywood. He was also in the feature film Cardboard Boxer, starring Terrence Howard and Thomas Haden Church, due to be released in 2015.

Recent credits include a Guest Star appearance on “NCIS: Los Angeles”, performing Frank Zappa’s 200 Motels with the LA Philharmonic, puppeteering in Broadway’s “War Horse” at Lincoln Center & originating a role in David Byrne’s new musical “Here Lies Love”. Zach has choreographed for Diane Paulus and the Big Apple Circus. Other credits include: As You Like It, “Twelfth Night” (The Public Theatre), Jesus Year, and “Bordertown”. Graduate of The Juilliard School (Acting) and graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy. Zach splits his time between Los Angeles & New York City.

Booboo Stewart was thrust into the spotlight with his winning the coveted role of Seth Clearwater in the The Twilight Saga: Eclipse and reprising the role in both The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2. At age 10, Booboo began his career as a model, participating in numerous campaigns. He received a record deal at the age of 12 with Walt Disney records-touring with acts such as The Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus and The Cheetah Girls. Booboo first worked on camera as a stunt person in films like Beowulf and then was captured by the acting bug after watching Heath Ledger’s performance as the ‘The Joker’. Booboo strives to play interesting roles and he can soon be seen in White Frog, The Last Survivors, Space Warriors, and An Evergreen Christmas. Booboo is an accomplished martial artist – winning two World Championships and being inducted into the Jr. Blackbelt Hall of Fame. He is sponsored by Gibson Guitars and resides in Los Angeles with his family.

An award-winning Canadian actor, Christopher Heyerdahl currently co-stars in AMC’s hit series “Hell On Wheels,” playing the enigmatic ‘Swede’. This post-Civil War drama debuted as the second highest rated original series in AMC history. Heyerdahl also joined the fifth season of HBO’s hit show “True Blood” portraying The Authority’s “Headless” Chancellor, Dieter Braun.

Heyerdahl has an impressive list of television credits including recent guest roles on “Rush,” “Dig,” “Vegas,” “Castle,” “CSI,” and “Falling Skies,” as well as recurring guest roles on “Supernatural,” “Caprica,” “Smallville,” “Human Target,” “Stargate Atlantis,” the award-winning children’s series “Are You Afraid of the Dark?” as well as Steven Spielberg’s Emmy and Golden Globe Award winning mini-series “Into The West” for Dreamworks TNT. In May 2012, Heyerdahl won a Leo Award for Best Performance in a Children’s Program for R.L. Stine’s “The Haunting Hour – Fear Never Knocks.” Additionally, in 2010 and 2006 Heyerdahl won Leo Awards for Best Supporting Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series for “Sanctuary;” and Best Guest Performance by a Male in a Dramatic Series respectfully for his performance as Jan Van Der Heyden in “The Collector.”

Most recently, Heyerdahl shot a leading role alongside Susan Sarandon, Donald Sutherland and Ellen Burstyn in the indie crime-drama The Calling. He is internationally known for his dual roles of John Druitt and Bigfoot in SyFy’s hit series “Sanctuary” and the mega hit Twilight franchise as the “sensitive” Volturi Leader Marcus.

Since Graduating from Yale University with a BA in Psychology and Philosophy, Jessica has enjoyed a successful career as an actress. Her numerous television credits include a starring role in the daytime drama “One Life to Live”, for which she received an Emmy award nomination as Best Actress, and a six-year stint on the Emmy-winning “Judging Amy”. Jessica’s additional credits include recurring roles on the hit HBO series “Big Love”, TNT’s acclaimed “Saving Grace” starring Holly Hunter, Alan Ball’s “True Blood”, and the Emmy-winning HBO comedy series “Dream On.” Jessica’s feature film credits include the hit comedy Wild Hogs, Steven Shainberg’s Secretary, and Batman Forever from director Joel Schumacher. In addition, Jessica has also made her mark as Mrs. Evans in the sequels, High School Musical 2 and 3 from director Kenny Ortega. Jessica is also a founding member of the Plymouth Theatre Company in Los Angeles and on staff of the Powerhouse Theatre in Santa Monica, where she directs and produces, ‘Spark Off Rose’, a monthly storytelling evening.

The daughter of Canadian actor Christopher Plummer and American actress Tammy Grimes, Amanda Plummer was born in New York City on March 23, 1957. Her breakthrough role came when she starred opposite Robin Williams in The Fisher King. However, Plummer may be best remembered for her work in the Quentin Tarantino classic Pulp Fiction. Since that stand-out role, Plummer has continued to appear in a wide variety of films, including The Prophecy, Freeway, My Life Without Me, and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.

Plummer has also appeared in the films Butterfly Kiss as “Eunice” by Michael Winterbottom, My Life Without Me by Isabel Coixet, Pax by Eduardo Guedes, Daniel by Sidney Lumet, Ken Park by Larry Clark, The Making of Plus One and Inconceivable, both by Mary Mcguckian.