Larsen has been dancing, acting, and modeling professionally for several years. She has a passion for dance and has been recognized throughout the industry for her work as a dancer/actor on many live television shows- The Voice, Kids Teen Choice Awards, Radio Disney Music Awards, X-Factor, and Disney/Nickelodeon shows - as well as working with artists on their official music videos and back up dancing for Janet Jackson, Pink, Katy Perry, Sia, Christina Aguilera, Borns, Silento, and many more.
Barbara Williams has starred in many films, including “Thief of Hearts” and “City of Hope”. She can currently be seen in the Netflix series “Another Life”. She won the Canadian Emmy for best Actress in “Mother trucker”. She has appeared in countless films such as White House Down and Angel’s Crest, had recurring roles in ABC’s Flash Forward and Rookie Blue. Among her thirty plus stage roles she portrayed Amelia Earhart in the musical “Amelia” at Canada’s National Arts Center, Joan Baez at L.A.s Met Theatre, and Lady MacBeth in La Jolla under Tony award winner Des McAnuff’s direction. As a musician she has performed in the U.S. and Canada, often in concerts devoted to Peace, Worker’s Rights and the Environment. 2016 marked the publication of her memoir, “The Hope In Leaving”.
Most often recognized for his integral role in the series "Lost" as Richard Alpert, as well as his turn as Mayor Anthony Garcia opposite Gary Oldman in Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight". He reprised his role as the Mayor in the box-office hit "The Dark Knight Rises". Nestor can be seen starring in Universal's "Bates Motel" (2013-2017) as Sheriff Alex Romero, lover to Vera Farmiga's Norma Bates and nemesis to her son Norman. In the final season Nestor directed his third episode, which introduces Rihanna playing the role of Marion Crane from "Psycho". On the feature side, he will next be seen in the (2017) Sundance world premier of "Crown Heights". He most recently starred with Daniel Radcliffe and Toni Collette in Lion's Gates' release, "Imperium" (2016). He has demonstrated his versatility through a variety of film roles including his turn as the emotionally tortured hitman Pasquale Acosta in Joe Carnahan's "Smokin' Aces", the socially conscious theater director Moises Kaufman in "The Laramie Project", the idealistic revolutionary Luis Fellove in Andy Garcia's "The Lost City", the pragmatic and ruthless Mayor Picazo in "For Greater Glory", and the womanizing and morally conflicted father in the title role of the Sundance indies, "Jack the Dog" and "Manhood".
J. AUGUST RICHARDS
On the big screen, Richards has appeared in the feature films "Why Do Fools Fall in Love?" and "Good Burger." He also starred in the television movies "Critical Assembly," "The Temptations" and "Mutiny." Richards also guest-starred on "The Practice," "Chicago Hope," "The Cosby Show" and "Any Day Now." Last summer, Richards won critical notices in Kenneth Lonergan's "Lobby Hero" at the prestigious Old Globe Theatre.
Melissa Macedo is a native Angeleno. She is an actress, singer-songwriter and identical twin. Melissa is starring alongside James Franco in the highly anticipated upcoming Rabbit Bandini film “Blood Heist”. Last year, she had the opportunity to play the lead in horror/thriller “Darkness in Tenement 45”. She worked with Oscar winning director Eric Stoltz on a recent feature now streaming on Amazon Prime. Most recently, she starred in a film called “Every Time I Die” which was just released on Netflix, with Michelle Macedo and opposite Marc Menchaca. The short film she starred in, Bebe, was directed by Ryan Zaragoza and is streaming on HBO, HBOGO, HBO Latino, and was voted one of the top 10 best short films of 2018 by US Latino directors by Remezcla. Melissa's television credits include the critically acclaimed Netflix series “Girlboss” and the Hulu Series “Casual."
In addition to acting, Melissa is in the music duo MACEDO, opposite her sister Michelle. They have performed at SXSW twice and have been featured on WNYC's Soundcheck (NPR) among many other publications