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Jennifer Betit Yen
Jennifer Betit Yen (Royal Pains, Film Lab Presents, The Beacon Street Girls, Interrogation, The Martini, A Reading of Tristan & Isolde, La La Land, My Not So subConscious, The Opposite of a Fairy Tale) has received shout outs by The New York Times and Backstage Magazine for her acting work. Her 2016 film, The Opposite of a Fairy Tale, sold out at MOCA and was an official selection of the 39th Annual Asian American International Film Festival, the Palm Springs Desert Film Society, the SAG-AFTRA Foundation NY Shorts Showcase, at the NYC Conference on Elder Abuse, at WOMANKIND, and screened at HBO in December 2016. A graduate of Cornell University, Jennifer recently wrapped production playing a jilted girlfriend in InFORTYlity, a conflicted detective in a pilot and is cast in playwright Cheryl Davis’s “Swimming Uptown.”
Cronin Cullen is an actor in New York.
Georges Bridges began acting in College Theatre. He has performed in productions of Stephen Sondheim/Burt Shevelove's " A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" and Dale Wasserman's "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," just to name a few. Georges studied Acting at the prestigious HB Studios, Negro Ensemble and Playhouse West, which helped him to obtain roles across the USA and Europe. Georges graduated with a Bachelor 's Degree in Psychology at The College of New
Rochelle. He currently resides in Brooklyn, New York.
Chantee Walker is a makeup artist whose son, Amir, landed a role in the pilot episode of this show. The producer loved an improvisation mother and son did together so much that she wrote a scene for them. Chantee transitioned from behind the camera to on camera with ease although she prefers her day job of doing makeup to acting.
Serving as Assistant Director for the pilot episode, Tai-Chen Bassin also showcased his acting chops. A writer by day, Bassin works for HBO.
Kiyono left work at a brokerage firm in Tokyo to become an actor in New York. She found obtaining work difficult due to her accented English. Her first job was a print ad for Shiseido. She now works in production. Shows she has worked on include “The Sopranos”(HBO), “Red Oaks”(Amazon), “The Blacklist” (NBC), “Kidnapped”(NBC), and “The Beaver” directed by Jodie Foster. She has worked for the Singapore Arts Festival and Edinburgh Theare Festival as Kumiko for "The Wind-up Bird Chronicle" (based on a novel by Haruki Murakami) theatre production. She proudly supports Asian American Film Lab to promote real talent and diversity in all media.