Charlie Floyd - Stanley Farmer
C.B. Floyd studied acting at the University of Birmingham and the Brian Timoney Actors’ Studio. For ten years he pursued the hijinks and pipedreams of Rock’n’Roll, his pop noire combo, Evil Genius, enjoying the sweaty acclaim of a generation of Camden’s Grubby Young Things; and the undivided indifference of The Man. In the theatre, meanwhile, notable roles included leads in Stoppard’s The Real Inspector Hound and Potter’s Brimstone and Treacle, and a coruscating Edmund in Lear. He briefly attracted the attention of the nerdosphere, when he was cast as Sanguini the Vampire in Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, though his performance mostly adorned the cutting room floor. He moved to America in 2009, rapidly emerging as the go-to Creepy Limey for the Baby Scorseses of NYC.
Then he became Stanley Farmer.
Since wrapping Do You Like My Basement, Charlie’s whereabouts remain unconfirmed.
Devon Talbott - Chad
An honors graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and a member of AEA, Devon Talbott has performed alongside such talent as Patrick Swayze, Kathleen Chalfant, and other dedicated performers on stage and in film. Born in New Jersey, Devon began acting at the age of five when he played the lead in Oliver. When he is not acting, Devon works as a writer, musician, and artist. He is notorious for his controversial distaste for chocolate.
Andres De Vengeochea - Raul
Andres de Vengeochea was born and raised in Panama City, Panama. After working in corporate America and as a United Nations diplomat he decided to pursue acting and attended the William Esper Studio. Andres has starred in plays and numerous films, recently playing the role of Jake in the upcoming web series "Texpats." Earlier this year he signed with Don Buchwald for commercial representation.
Jessica Alexandra Green – Sylvia
Jessica Alexandra Green is a Chicago native, now residing in New York City. The ever-dedicated thespian, Jessica began acting before she knew her ABCs. She graduated with a BA in Theatre from Florida State University. While attending FSU, Jessica frequently appeared in Film School productions, which bore a true appreciation for cinematography. Jessica has since focused on film and commercial work both in Los Angeles and New York. She has two feature films playing on the Chiller Network this fall: “Alien Opponent” staring Jeremy London and Roddy Piper, and "Remains" staring Grant Bowler and Miko Hughes. She appears in independent comedy, "The Quiet Room" soon to be seen at the Big Apple Film Festival and also stars in "Finding Virginia" a drama inspired by the true story of a kidnapped and murdered woman.
Rena Washino - Kumiko
Rena started classical ballet at the age of fourteen after being mesmerized by dance. At Tamagawa University Rena discovered Japanese folk dance, contemporary dance and began choreographing herself. She is a founding member of the dance company APE, and has performed internationally as a professional dancer in theatres and on TV. Performances include Musical Pendragon (UK), Saburo Kitajima concert 2005, Corocket’s Show 2007, Abarenbo Shogun Musical with Ken Matsudaira, Opera Concert Alice’s Music Training with Masumitsu Miyamoto, Kohaku Uta Gassen (Matsuken Sanba Dancers). Rena moved to New York in 2008 and formed dance theatre group TONTON-BYOSHI. She has appeared in the music video for Tori Green’s debut single ‘Do You Want 2B My Girlfriend? Her most recent work was NTON-BYOSHI Tour ‘LIVE! ~Laughing is very easy~’ at Pendragon Theater in Saranac Lake.
Yukiko Miyawaki – Manami
Yukiko Miyawaki was born in Kobe, Japan. A former gymnast, Yukiko graduated from Konan Women's University and worked for the Mitsubishi Bank in Osaka. She moved to Toronto and studied dance at the National Ballet of Canada for two years before returning to Japan to dance at Tokyo Disneyland. Yukiko moved to New York in 2000 and became a student of the Peridance Center International Program. While choreographing a solo performance she trained Butoh dance, which pushed her into acting. Since then she has modeled and appeared on All My Children and various commercials and movies including 8:46 and Room 666. She recently auditioned for a prominent role in a FOX film starring Hugh Jackman based on The Wind-up Bird Chronicle by Hauki Murakami.
RaShelle Stocker - Valerie
Originally from Los Angeles, RaShelle grew up in Dallas, but received her BA in Theatre Arts from California State University and an MFA from the Actor’s Studio Drama School at Pace University, New York. Her acting credits include: In The Blood (Susan Lori-Parks) - Best Ensemble Nomination (NAACP Theatre Awards), 365 Plays 365 Days (Susan Lori-Parks), Westward Expansion (Cecil Castelluci), The Vagina Monologues (Eve Ensler). Do You Like My Basement is RaShelle’s first feature length movie. She currently resides in New York City and is developing a comedic web series.
Matt O’Connor - Otto
Matthew O’Connor originally hails from the Bronx NY but resides in Hampton Bays. Untrained formally, Matt has attended a one-week workshop with Alec Baldwin. Inspired by many actors, including Al Pacino, Robert De Niro and Will Ferrell, Matt has performed on stage in: Twelve Angry Men, The Oldest Living Graduate, Bus Stop, Comedy of Errors, Into the Woods and The Actor’s Nightmare. His Independent Film work includes: Blind Sight, The Fortune Writer, Joey Skapiloey, Philly Furnished, A Piece of Cake, Mama Needs A Ride, Royal Pains and You Don’t Know Jack (starring Al Pacino). He as been featured in Law & Order SVU while also appearing in commercials for MTV3, Doritos, Wonderful Pistachios and Western Pest Services.