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Rachael RACHAEL HIP-FLORES (Vivian) was born and raised in Piscataway, NJ and graduated Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. For her work on Anyone But Me, Rachael has received the IAWTV, Streamy and Indie Soap Awards for Best Lead Actress in a Dramatic Webseries, as well as a further three nominations from TVGuide.ca, Soap Opera Spirit Award, and American Soap World. For her work on the webseries Good People in Love, Rachael also received a nomination for Best Lead Actress in a Drama. Selected Film/TV: Gossip Girl, Lucrecia (HBO New York Latino Film Festival, San Diego Latino Film Festival), Mordere. Selected Theater: New York: Narrator 1 (Lion Theater, Theater Row), Two Gentlemen of Verona (TBGTheater), Trying (Bushwick Starr), Flight of the Shaman (with Eric Walton), Summer and Smoke (Clurman Theater at Theater Row) as well as readings with Harvey Fierstein, Kristen Johnston, Lee Tergesen, Reed Birney, and Lynn Nottage; London: Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare's Globe). Rachael is an active member of the Judith Shakespeare Company, produced playwright, assistant director, and teaching artist.

 

Mitchell Adams MITCHELL S. ADAMS (Jonathan), born and raised in New York City, graduated from Tulane University in New Orleans. Although he studied business and communication at school, he decided to pursue an acting career upon his return to NYC. After spending a few months studying with Flo Salant Greenberg (who has taught the likes of Matt LeBlanc and Emmy Rossum), he moved on to study with Gabrielle Berberich and Larry Singer at Michael Howard Studios. He has also spent time studying improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade. His credits include work on commercials, several independent films, cable, and network television

Jessy Hodges

JESSY HODGES (Sophie) NY Theatre: Adam Rapp's The Metal Children (The Vineyard Theatre), Sheila Calaghan's Recess in The Great Recession (The Flea Theatre), Drew Pisarra's Misery and Good Fortune (HERE Arts Center). Film/TV: Greek (ABC Family), The Sound and the Shadow (forthcoming). Web: Next Time on Lonny (Cracked) and various sketches with comedy group BriTANick. Jessy holds a BFA from the Experimental Theatre Wing at Tisch, NYU.


Josh JOSHUA HOLLAND (Archibald) moved to New York City after graduating from Northwestern Oklahoma State University with a BS in Mass Communications. His many endeavors include film and television acting, commercial and fashion modeling, fitness training, print modeling, basketball and martial arts. He is a very determined individual, and works very hard to achieve his accomplishments. Film and TV Roles: Shadows (Alexander Lang), Jazzman (1138 Media), Fighting (Dito Montiel), The Sophmore (Brett Simon), All My Children, Rachael Ray, Gangland Promo, My Big Ten (MTV). Training: Liz Lewis Casting Partners, RSC Broadcasting, and RSC Theater.
Nicole NICOLE PACENT (Aster): A graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Nicole originally hails from Riverside, Connecticut, and currently resides in Los Angeles, California. For her work on Anyone But Me this past year, Nicole was named Best Actress in a Web Series as part of Cherry Grrl’s Readers’ Choice Awards, and was nominated for both an Indie Soap Award and an American Soap World Award in the Supporting Actress category. NYC theater credits include Yoav Gal’s indie opera Mosheh (South Wing Theatre Co. at HERE); Howard Fishman’s blues-folk musical We Are Destroyed (Galapagos Arts Space); Dartown Strutter’s Ball, a 20s-style cabaret at the legendary venue Don’t Tell Mama; Revenge of the Space Pandas (Atlantic Theatre Co. for Kids); Nina, The Seagull; Sammy, You Can Count on Me; Gila, One for the Road; Fabian, Twelfth Night (NYU). Other Theater: Maria, West Side Story; Beatrice, Much Ado About Nothing; Regan, King Lear. TV: Movie Cliché Theater (TV Land); Guiding Light (CBS). Nicole’s hobbies include playing Apples to Apples, eating french toast and cake (not usually at the same time, but it’s been known to happen), opening her eyes really wide, skipping, reading, and laughing. A lot.

 

Barbara Pitts (Jodie): Next up: The Laramie Project original cast performs in Kansas City and at Brooklyn Academy of Music's Next Wave Festival (Sept/Oct 2012).

TV roles: Person of Interest, HBO's The Laramie Project (also Emmy nomination, co-writer), Kidnapped, Law & Order, Law & Order: SVU, As the World Turns, One Life to Live, and Comedy Central's Pulp Comics. Theater highlights: As a writer/performer in The Laramie Project, Barb appeared off-Broadway at Union Square Theater, Berkeley Rep, LaJolla Playhouse, Denver Center and Sundance Theater Lab. She played Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desire and Gerte in Crumbs From the Table of Joy (Triad Stage, NC); the Typographer in Adam Bock's The Typographer's Dream (Encore Theatre, San Francisco); and premiered Rebecca Gilman's The Sweetest Swing in Baseball, and Steve Belber's Drifting Elegant (Magic Theatre, San Francisco). Barb is an affiliated artist of New Georges. She is married to actor John McAdams.

 

Alexis ALEXIS DOMINIQUE SLADE (Elisabeth), is a recent graduate from Mason Gross School of the Arts. While there, she studied at Shakespeare’s Globe in London where she performed as Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing. New York Credits include; Sara in Firecracker (Theater Row), Emily in It’s Our Town, Too (The Vital Theater), the staged reading of Doris to Darlene (Playwrights Horizons), Maggie/Greta in Other People’s Children (Manhattan Theater Club),Ezzie/Cece in Palmetto and Jackie in The Green Book (La Mama Annex) and Beth in A Second Wind (Crossroads Theater Company) Previous credits include; Amelia in The House of Bernarda Alba, Alice in The Rise and Rise of Daniel Rocket, and Maria in West Side Story. She recently became a member of two NY theater companies Inertia and Theater Lila.

 

Dan DAN VIA (Gabe) recently made his debut as a playwright with Daddy produced by DownTownTheatre Company. He also appeared in that production, and will next be seen in Leslie Bramm's Venus & Mona as part of the 2010 New York International Fringe Festival. Previous New York credits include Susan Miller's It’s Our Town, Too (Vital Theatre), Season’s Greetings (Hudson River Rep), Oh! Virgil (Judson Arts) and Archipelago (Intentional Theatre Group). A former resident of Washington, DC, Dan has performed with many of that city’s leading theaters, including Studio (highlight: the title role in Jerry Springer: The Opera), The Shakespeare Theatre, Theater J and Source Theatre. He was also member of the critically beloved “upstart” Catalyst Theater Company. Dan pops up now and again as Denny the bartender on ABC's One Life to Live.


Johnny JOHNNY YODER (Breck)  is a graduate of the Stella Adler Studio of Acting.  Off-Broadway: The Third Step (ATA), Mismatched.com (Manhattan Repertory), Stain (development reading) (Choice Theatricals). Stella Adler:  Question of Mercy (Thomas), Life & Limb (directed by Sam Schacht), Time of Your Life, The Red Coat.  Regional:  Packer Fans from Outer Space (American Folklore), Simplicity, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Laramie Project, A Funny Thing…, Tartuffe.  Film:  One Night Stand, Day Lily, The Ministers, Beer Pong:  The Musical.  Directing credits: One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest (Stella Adler), The Year of the Rooster (York Theatre Company), Topdog/Underdog, Dinner with Friends.  Johnny is a founding member of the Purple Threads Theatre Ensemble, NYC.  B.A:  Theatre & Arts Management, University of Wisconsin – Green Bay.

 

Russell RUSSELL JORDAN (Principal Dennis) is a New York native and holds a BA in Theatre from the City University of New York. Memorable NYC Theatre roles include Creon in Antigone, Napoleon in Animal Farm, and Restaurant Dave in the 2010 premiere of Hell And High Water (MultiStages). His credits include work on commercials, voiceovers, narrations, and numerous independent films. Russell is a company actor with Maieutic Theatre Works (MTWorks) and is member of AFTRA and Actors’ Equity.

 

Helene HELENE TAYLOR (Mrs. Winters) is an actress originally from Vancouver, Canada.  She is Alumni of the New York Atlantic Theater School (David Mamet) and LAByrinth Theater Company’s Master Program.  Her film experiences range from a gun wielding SWAT team communications coordinator in the sci-fi feature film, The Shriven, (Fall 2009) to a drug addicted mother in Monsters in the Hall, (early 2010).  She has trained in improvisation with Second City, Upright Citizens Brigade and the founder of the Groundlings. She wrote and hosted her own award winning television show on environmental issues in Canada and currently hosts a show with Diane Neal (Law & Order, SVU) and David Waldron (Central Casting): Pajama Talk.  The trio created their own production company and will be launching several programs in 2010.  She is a closet screenplay writer and has had several of her comedic short plays performed in New York theaters.

 

Garett Ross

GARETT ROSS (Sterns) is a recent New York City transplant from Denver, Colorado. His stage credits include Biff in Death of a Salesman (Different Drummer Drama Guild); Cat in the Hat in Seussical the Musical (DDDG); Ty in Guys (University of Connecticut); Dan in Nebraska (UConn); Seymour Krelborn in Little Shop of Horrors (Doc Gross Playhouse); Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing (DGP); and Lysander in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (DGP). Film credits include Woodstock Ventures PA in Taking Woodstock and roles in various independent films. He trained at UConn under Dale Rose who has directed the likes of Morgan Freeman in Othello. He also studied movement techniques and the teachings of the Jacques Lecoq School with Greg Webster.

 

Amy

AMY JACKSON LEWIS (Jamie) has a degree in Drama from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she studied at both Playwrights Horizons Theatre School and the Experimental Theatre Wing. Film credits include Knucklehead alongside Gbenga Akinnagbe, as well as the role of Julie in the Sundance Film Festival Selection Family Reunion (Godir Gestir). Next up, she’ll be portraying the part of Mary in Casual Encounters, a collection of short films due out next year.
Liza Weil

LIZA WEIL (Dr.Glass) "Special Guest Star"
An actress since the age of 7, Liza made her feature film debut in Whatever which premiered at the 1998 Sundance Film Festival. Other films include Lasse Hallstrom's Cider House Rules, Stir of Echos alongside Kevin Bacon, Year of the Dog with John C. Reilly and Laura Dern, Neal Cassady with Tate Donovan & Amy Ryan, Frenemy with Matthew Modine and Zach Galifianakis, and the motion capture feature film Mars.

In television, Liza is most widely recognized for her series regular role as Paris Geller on The Gilmore Girls. Her guest starring credits include The West Wing, Grey's Anatomy, ER, In Plain Sight, Law & Order, Eleventh Hour, CSI, Private Pratice, and Damage Control the new Shonda Rhimes pilot.

Liza Weil's childhood was spent traveling around the world with her parents, who were members of The Madhouse Company of London, a prestigious comedy troupe known throughout Europe.

 

Marissa

MARISSA SKELL (Carey) graduated from the Acting Conservatory at SUNY Purchase and made the move to Los Angeles the very next month in a car she bought from a salvage yard for $1200.  Two years later (and, thankfully, one new car later) she is thrilled to be joining the cast of ABM for Season Three.  Past TV credits include The Mentalist, General Hospital, and Criminal Minds.  In her spare time, Marissa is an avid fan of hiking, getting lost while hiking, Daniel Day-Lewis and Groupon.  You can stay up to date and in touch with Marissa at www.marissaskell.com.

 

Jesse May

JESSE MAY (Benjamin) locates his home in Iowa's train tracks and capacious skies and in Wisconsin's verdant St. Croix river valley -- he was born in and attended Grinnell College in the former and grew up wandering through and wacking at the trees of the latter. An alumni of the National Theatre Institute and the St. Petersburg State Theatre of the Arts Winter School conservatory programs, Jesse has been ensconced in NYC for many years now, working Off-Broadway with the Mirror Repertory Company (The Contrast, and Austin Pendleton's H6R3 with Lynn Redgrave); appearing in commercials for PepsiMax (notably, with a monkey) and TimeWarner; and in the Queen Latifah film The Cookout. Other roles include playing a Pig in TOSOS' production of Pig Tale and FHB Productions' Avalon for which he won a Spotlight On Award playing the role of Gwydion.

 




Creative Team


Susan Miller

 

SUSAN MILLER, Executive Producer/Writer of Anyone But Me is a Guggenheim Fellow and two time Obie award winning playwright (My Left Breast and Nasty Rumors And Final Remarks). She won the coveted Susan Smith Blackburn Prize for her play, A Map Of Doubt and Rescue. Her work has been produced by The Public Theatre, Second Stage, Mark Taper Forum, and Naked Angels, among others. A consulting producer/writer on The L Word and Thirtysomething, Miller was honored as one of Power Up’s 2009 “Amazing Gay Women In Show Business.”  She is also the creator/writer/producer of Bestsellers, a new dramedy webseries sponsored by SFN.  For her work on ABM, Miller, along with Tina Cesa Ward, won the Writers Guild of America Award for Outstanding Achievement in Writing Original New Media, the first of its kind ever presented.
Tina Ward

TINA CESA WARD (Executive Producer/ Writer/Director) is a producer, writer and director for the screen and web and also directs for the stage. Her stage work earned her the Jean Dalrymple Award for Best Director for work on Freak Show. Her short film In Their Absence has screened in over a dozen festivals around the world and was awarded five times both domestically and abroad. It was named one of the best short films of the decade by Festival de cortos MíraLes in 2011. Two other short works, have each brought home festival awards.

As the Executive Producer/Writer/Director of Anyone But Me Tina won the first ever Writers Guild Award for Original New Media, along with Susan Miller. As the show's Executive Producer, Tina has amassed a dozen honors and nominations. She has been nominated several times for her directing, including a Streamy Award and IAWTV nomination. In 2010 Tina directed the successful branded web series Bestsellers. In the fall of 2011 Tina debuted the critically acclaimed Good People in Love, a dramatic mini-series for the web that she wrote, produced and directed.

 

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