BLAINE SAUNDERS (Janie) - Blaine is a 12 year old who has been performing since she was 6. She started acting 3 years ago. She has played the lead in various films such as The Taking (Best Short Horror at LA Screamfest), Host of Trouble, Repressing Tansy, and Purple Star. She recently co-starred on NBC’s new hit, Medium. She has also appeared on CBS’s Malcolm in the Middle, Disney’s Movie Surfers and NBC’s Days of Our Lives, CBS’s The Late, Late Show. Blaine can also be seen on a music video for the band Six Feet Under. Her favorite hobby of playing the drums earned her a national commercial for Wachovia Banks. She also enjoyed making an instructional Hip Hop video. She won 3rd in LA’s Best New Talent in Dance as well as 5th in monologue. She has performed and won numerous awards for singing, dancing, modeling and acting across Oklahoma and in Branson, Missouri. If Blaine is not singing, playing the drums, or acting, she is enjoying horseback riding, snow and water skiing, scuba diving, and wake surfing.



TANNER MAGUIRE (Ben) - Tanner was born on July 15, 1998 in Scottsdale Arizona. His interest in acting began at the age of 3 when his mother took him to see Peter Pan at a local theater. By the time he turned 6, he had performed in 9 different productions on stage. He then began doing commercials, film, and television. His most recent work was the role of young Zach on Desperate Housewives. He is very bright and is blessed with a photographic memory. Besides acting, he enjoys computers, video games, swimming, and Yu-gi-oh. Tanner, now 7, will be entering 2nd grade in Los Angeles where he lives with his mother and younger sister, Payton.



DEBORAH QUAYLE (Grace) - Deborah began her professional career in New York City where she appeared as a series regular on the daytime drama Loving. Television credits also include a series regular on UPN's Dangerous Women, guest stars and numerous national commercials. Off-Broadway, regional and Los Angeles theatre credits include Two Rooms, Jake's Women, The Wall of Water, Hippolytus and Peer Gynt. She has appeared in many independent films, currently the film festival favorite Neverland opposite Will Wheaton.



JOHN MIAILOVICH (Richard) - John has taken on a variety of acting roles from drama to comedy, as well as hosting. Productions include those in film, TV, and stage. Lately, he’s been getting much TV commercial airtime as the husband in the Johnson & Johnson/K-Y products campaign. He studied drama at the University of Washington, Portland Actor's Conservatory, and in Los Angeles with some of the most reputable teachers for Improvisation, Meisner technique, and scene/script analysis. Instructors include Tony Sepulveda, Brian Reise, John Levey, Bernard Hiller, and Lesly Kahn. Also an accomplished musician, he is currently the keyboardist and background vocalist with the alternative band, Cousin Kate. John resides in Los Angeles and is a member of the Screen Actor's Guild and AFTRA.



KABRINA FEICKERT (Ben’s Mother) - Kabrina's first passion was for Ballet, and she trained for 10 years having the chance to perform with the Marin Ballet Company and the Marin Opera Company from a very young age. Later, she studied and performed with such celebrated groups as the San Francisco Shakespeare Company and the ACT Young Actors Workshop. She was a founding member of Electric Stage Productions and took pride in learning as much as she could about how a theatre is brought together by each role. After making the move from the San Francisco Bay area to Santa Barbara and finally settling in LA, she involved herself with various projects and studios taking on such roles as production coordinator and costume designer as well as pursuing all chances to share her acting abilities. You can find her better known credits listed on IMDB and can look for her coming up in such features as Rolling from Believe Entertainment and the Telluride Indiefest Official Selection, The Spirithunter.