Brian McGuire / Henry
Brian McGuire was born in Chicago where he had six brothers and sisters, four mothers, and one father. All of them were crazy as hell but could tell a story. Brian first made a splash as an actor/producer with Scoot McNairy's In Search of a Midnight Kiss (John Cassavettes Independent Spirit Award 2009). Brian has written, directed, and acted in a number of award-winning independent films including Everything Will Happen Before You Die (2010) with director Dan Finkle, and his own films On Holiday (2010), The Black Belle (2010), Carlos Spills The Beans (2012), and the upcoming Prevertere. Brian is a mainstay in the Los Angeles independent film community.

Sonja Kinski / Charlie
Sonja hails from the acting dynasty of the Kinski’s, granddaughter of Klaus and daughter of Nastassja. Sonja studied drama throughout school and is currently training with Cameron Thor in Los Angeles. Her lead role in Robert Logevall’s feature directorial debut All God’s Children Can Dance (2008), produced by Steve Golin (Eternal Sunshine, Babel), premiered at the Las Vegas Film Festival and went on to the Deauville Film Festival. Sonja has recently completed three independent films, Diamond on Vinyl (2013), Dark Hearts (2012) and The Wicked Within (2013). Sonja has also recently shot campaigns for beauty line Nuxe, Pom Wonderful and Levi’s. Her interests include art and photography.

Nina Millin / Beth
Nina Millin grew up in Arlington, Virginia and received a BA in Theatre from The College of William & Mary. After Colonial Williamsburg, Nina shipped off to New York City and studied at Circle in the Square Theatre School. Nina now lives in Los Angeles where she has appeared in numerous television shows, films and commercials (including a yet-to-be-aired HOOTERS commercial directed by Jody Hill). In 2012, Nina performed in the award winning Off-Broadway production of Pieces written by Chris Phillips. Most recently, Nina filmed Birthday Cake (2013), the feature length sequel to Chad Darnell's multiple award winning short film Groom's Cake (2012). Diamond on Vinyl marks the third year in a row Nina will be part of a movie premiering at Slamdance.

Jeff Doucette / George
Jeff Doucette was born in 1947 and is an American television and film actor. Doucette has appeared in over 92 films and television series including Bedazzled (2000), That 70s Show (1999, 2001), Malcolm in the Middle (2005), Murphy Brown (1996), Invasion (2005), Desperate Housewives (2004 – 2010), Newhart (1984—1988), Little House on the Prairie, Highway To Heaven (1984) and Carnivŕle (2005). Jeff attended Lewis College in Romeoville, Illinois. He is also a voice actor who voices Ivan and Olaf in Random! Cartoons.

Jessica Golden / Kate
Jessica Golden is an actor, writer and comedian best known for co-hosting The Adam Carolla Show and her appearances on E! (Chelsea Lately, 2008; Celebrity Oops, 2005), VH-1, tru TV (World’s Worst), CMT, the Style Network, Jimmy Kimmel Live (voice, 2012), Entertainers with Byron Allen (2012), The Mind of the Married Man (2012) and Who Wants to Date a Comedian (2012). She performs in comedy clubs and colleges all over the country and was featured in “Best of the Fest” at The Montreal Comedy Festival. Jessica starred in Cloud Nine (HBO, 2001) as well various independent films (All of It, 1998; Stick It in Detroit, 2008, and the upcoming Diamond on Vinyl) and appeared alongside Adam Sandler and Don Cheadle as a comedian in the movie Reign Over Me (2007). She wrote and performed the one-person show A Light in the Addict (2008) and has been the voice of several TV and radio ad campaigns. Additionally, Jessica just locked picture on Los Wild Ones, a documentary feature she is producing on the indie label, Wild Records.