| ABOUT THE PEOPLE BEHIND THE CHARACTERS|
KEVIN G. SCHMIDT (JEFF)|
A veteran of film and television despite his young age, Kevin G. Schmidt hails originally from Andover,
Kansas where he, as the second in a trio of talented brothers, makes his mark on the world not only in
acting but will also one day fulfill his dream as a Screenwriter and Director.
Kevin has graced the silver screen in many films such as: Catch That Kid, The Butterfly Effect, with
Ashton Kutcher and 20th Century Fox’s, Cheaper By The Dozen, 1 & 2 with Steve Martin and Bonnie
Hunt; of which he took home a Young Artist Award. On the small screen, Schmidt has made numerous
guest appearances on shows such as Monk, JAG, The King of Queens, Curb Your Enthusiasm and Grounded
Look for Kevin this fall to star alongside Jeremy Sumptner in the feature film Gravity.
PAMELA NOBLE (MARY)|
At just eighteen years old, Pamela Noble makes her on screen debut in the title role of ‘Mary.’ She appeared
in the short film Social Theory Revised and suddenly began getting noticed for something from her past:
dancing. Shortly thereafter, Noble booked her first music video for Illana called Funny Boy, playing one of
the singer’s best friends. Following that, she appeared in a video for the band B’Z which made it to Number
One on the MTV play list for Japan. Pamela’s future looks bright with two feature films in development.
SALLY KIRKLAND (LOIS)|
Sally Kirkland is a renowned veteran actress in film, television and stage as well as a lifetime member of
the Actor’s Studio. She is probably best known for the title role in Anna, which, in 1988, garnered her an
Academy Award® “Best Actress” nomination, and won her the Golden Globe® award for “Best Actress,”
as well as the Independent Spirit, Los Angeles Film Critics Circle, Women in Film, and Diversity Awards.
Ms. Kirkland co-starred with Robert Redford in The Sting, with Barbra Streisand in The Way We Were and
opposite Dennis Hopper in Neil Young: Human Highway. On the small screen, she recurred on Felicity,
Strong Medicine, Roseanne, Resurrection Blvd and Days Of Our Lives. Her additional career highlights
include Revenge, EdTV, and Bruce Almighty. Ms. Kirkland’s recent DVD releases include Coffee Date costarring
Jonathan Silverman and Off the Black with Nick Nolte. She can also be seen in the upcoming
theatrical releases: Big Stan with Rob Schneider and David Carradine and Fingerprints with Kristin
Cavallari and Josh Henderson.
In the span of her career that goes back to work with Andy Warhol, Sally has appeared in more than
80 plays, 1000’s of hours of episodic television and nearly 100 films. In addition to acting, Ms. Kirkland
is an exhibited painter, ordained minister and published poet.
RICHARD RIEHLE (DETECTIVE MAHONEY)|
Often recognized as Tom Smykowski the ‘Jump to Conclusions Guy’ in the cult comedy Office Space,
Richard Riehle has also spent countless hours in the theatre making his Broadway debut in Execution of
Justice. One of his major triumphs in the theatre was alongside Kevin Spacey in the acclaimed 1999 revival
of O’Neill’s The Iceman Cometh.
Since his scene-stealing cameo as the Quartermaster in 1989’s Glory, with his trademark bushy
moustache and heavyset frame, Richard has acquitted himself as one of the best, and busiest, character
players, appearing in films such as Casino, The Fugitive, Lethal Weapon 4, and Fried Green Tomatoes, to
name a few of many.
CHARLIE SCHLATTER (DETECTIVE RICHARDS)|
Among his many television credits, Charlie Schlatter may be best known for the role of Dr. Jesse
Travis on the hit series Diagnosis Murder, opposite Dick Van Dyke. Charlie first worked with
‘Mary’ co-star Richard Riehle on the short-lived TV Spin-off Ferris Bueller, in the title role, as well
as with Bill Cosby in a special episode of the hit CBS drama Touched By An Angel. On the big
screen Schlatter appeared in Bright Lights, Bright City, 18 Again, with the late George Burns, Ed,
Heartbreak Hotel, All American Murder, Sunset Heat, and the Australian feature The Delinquents.
KYLE DAVIS (PETER)|
Kyle Davis’ first professional acting gig was for a Jack in the Box commercial, and since then his
career has taken off, with him appearing in over 50 national commercials. Davis moved into series
television with guest spots on Felicity, CSI, The Shield and in ‘07 season finale of ER. On the big
screen he was cast opposite Sophia Bush and Sean Bean in Dave Meyers' remake of The Hitcher.
KRISTIN HERRERA (KAREN)|
Kristin Herrera is best known for playing Dana Cruz on the Nickelodeon TV show Zoey 101 in
which she won a Young Artist Award (2006) for Best Young Ensemble Performance in a TV
Series (Comedy or Drama). Her previous television roles include NYPD Blue, The Division, The
Bernie Mac Show, 7th Heaven and ER. On the big screen Kristen co-starred opposite Hilary
Swank in Freedom Writers.
SEAN MARQUETTE (CURTIS)|
Sean Marquette is successfully building a diverse and established career playing a variety of roles
in television, film and animated series. Sean began his acting career starring as Jamie Martin on
the Emmy Award winning daytime drama, All My Children. He is a series regular on the hit
animated series Foster’s home for Imaginary Friends for the Cartoon Network and Nickolodeon’s
Rocket Power. Sean is the voice of Spiderman in 'Ultimate Spiderman' Electronic video game for
Activision. Marquette has played a variety of roles in feature films, including 13 Going On 30
with Jennifer Garner, Surviving Christmas with Ben Affleck and Seabiscuit with Toby Maguire.
LAUREN STORM (ERICA)|
Lauren Storm made her mark in the role of Taylor on the NBC/Discovery Kids Saturday
morning series Flight 29 Down. Cast in a co-starring role on Grounded for Life, Lauren then
went on to recur on Boston Public. Storm received nationwide attention for her role of
Malcolm’s girlfriend in the ‘Company Picnic’ episode of Malcolm in the Middle which aired after
the Superbowl in 2002. She appeared in Mrs. Harris opposite Annette Bening and Ben Kingsley,
and has guest starred on 7th Heaven, CSI, Miami, Joan of Arcadia, 24 and Still Standing. Lauren
is on the Board of Directors with Kids with a Cause and Olive Crest, both charity organizations.
DUSTIN SCHUETTER (KEVIN)|
Less than a month after arriving in L.A., Dustin landed the lead role in his first film, The Goddess
of Time. In the following two years, Dustin booked three pilots and five films. Between auditions
and filming, Dustin spends most of his time writing and has two scripts in early development.