Robin Meyers - "Shelby Parks"

A native New Yorker, Robin performed for years as a leading lady and occasional character actress throughout Manhattan’s off-Broadway theatres in a variety of plays and improvisational productions. After a seven month national tour of "Snow White," Robin moved on to originate the lead role of Sonya, a Nazi resistance fighter in the award-winning play, "The Promised Land" which was produced in both New York and Budapest, Hungary. Robin’s critically acclaimed comedic one woman show "R.S.V.P...or else!" brought her to Los Angeles where she effortlessly acclimated into the world of film and television. TV roles include, among others, appearances on "Angel" and "What I Like About You". Roles on the independent silver screen include leads in "The Family Mancuso,” "The Mating Game" and the award-winning short film “Duck, Duck, Goose!” for which she received the Richard Kind Best Actress Award.


David Olson - "Morgan Brooks"

David began his acting career in 1990. Now an accomplished stage, television and Film actor, his credits include featured roles in award winning shows such as M Butterfly, Six Degrees of Separation, the Baby Dance and The Rainmaker. He also has had prominent roles in numerous productions for New Dominion Pictures appearing on the Discovery Channel. An ex-rugby player, David is determined to channel his many talents and energy into film production as well as continuing his acting career.


Donzella Berry - "Thelma"

Donzella is originally from Havre de Grace, Maryland and now makes her home in Chesapeake, Virginia. . She received her acting training from The Zarro Acting Academy, Norfolk, Virginia. She received additional training with Sylvia Harman of The Actor?s Place in Virginia Beach, Virginia where she focused on The Meisner Technique as well as with Tom Logan, national and international director and acting coach, of Los Angeles, California.

Donzella started out doing local theatre including the role as Queenie in ?Show Boat?, with the Virginia Commonwealth Musical Theatre. She has appeared on numerous television shows on The Discovery Channel including: The New Detectives, FBI Files, The Prosecutors and Movie of the Week; which are televised-world wide. Donzella also has done several national TV commercials and voice-overs (American Cancer Society) as well as corporate training videos. Now she has developed the role of Thelma Little-Sweet Good Fortune in the film ?Sweet Good Fortune?, her supporting role is paramount and is the essence that permeates the movie.

Donzella also sings professionally. In the mid 1960?s Donzella recorded several records under the stage name: Nella Dodds and is still sought after for Interviews and Oldies Concerts; especially in the United Kingdom and Europe. She made a handful of 45?s (6 records) and though being a school girl at the time she gained fame for herself as Nella Dodds and a place in Soul Music History. Donzella Berry a.k.a Nella Dodds was also one of the few soloists to be featured in John Clemente?s book, ?Girl Groups: Fabulous Females That Rocked the World?. She continues to accept engagements singing gospel, spirituals, jazz and show tunes as well as her acting. Donzella is currently working on a ONE WOMAN SHOW which will premiere in the fall of 2006.