Raja Fenske (“J”)
Raja Fenske is best known for his starring role on the hit Nickelodeon series Unfabulous in which he portrayed Jake Behari, Emma Robert’s love interest. RJ has guest starred on such hit shows as 24, Boomtown, Lizzie McGuire, and Threat Matrix. And his work opposite Kim Delaney on CSI: Miami was captivating enough to earn him a 2003 Young Artist Award Nomination for Best Performance in a TV Drama Series. 
  Fernanda Romero (“Jenny”)
Born in Mexico City, Fernanda began her career in the entertainment industry at the age of 16. She has appeared in such films as The Eye with Jessica Alba, The Burning Plain with Charlize Theron, Drag Me To Hell from director Sam Raimi and Red Canvas with Maria Conchita Alonso. She’s also shared the screen with Eva Longoria and Christian Slater in the film Without Men and Ed Harris in Once Fallen
  Danny Trejo (“Pedro”)
Danny has starred in such films as Heat (Robert De Niro, Al Pacino), Con Air (Nicolas Cage), Once Upon a Time in Mexico (Johnny Depp) and Desperado (Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek). He appeared in Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino’s From Dusk ‘Til Dawn and Grind House, which led to the spin-off Machete in which he plays the anti-hero of the story. Danny will also be joining the cast of FX’s Sons of Anarchy for an eight-episode arc this upcoming season.
  Laksh Singh (“Bobby”)
Laksh Singh has lived and worked in theater, films and television both in India and the United States. He most recently appeared in Little Fockers with Ben Stiller. In Mumbai, his performances at the prestigious Prithvi Theater included the character Pastor Manders in the Hindi adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts. In New York City, his theater credits include Gupta, The Indian in Israel Horovitz’s The Indian Wants the Bronx

Darlene Vazquetelles (“Lupe”)
Born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Darlene began pursuing her modeling, hosting and acting career after winning the title of Miss Teen Puerto Rico 1993. She has worked in English and Spanish soap operas for ABC and Telemundo, theater, sitcoms and such films as Shut up and Do It and Kings of South Beach (A&E). Darlene also hosted Son Del Caribe in Puerto Rico, as well as A Oscuras pero a Encendidos – a nightly live variety TV show in Miami. 

  Eduardo Antonio Garcia (“Pepe”)
Born in Mexico and raised in the US, Eduardo is a true Mexican-American. He’s best known for his big-screen portrayal of “Agua” Man in the Academy Award-winning No Country for Old Men. He’s appeared on the small screen in such shows as The X- Files, The Shield, 24, General Hospital, Chuck, Past Life, Smith, Law & Order: LA and Weeds – to name a few. He took home a SAG Award for his work in No Country for Old Men, an Angel Award for commercial acting, and the Mercury Award for Voice-over.   
  Jairaj Walia (Writer/Director) 
Director Jai Walia was born in New Delhi, India. At 17, Jai discovered his calling when he took a summer course at USC’s film school. The following year he was selected out of thousands of applicants to attend the prestigious TISCH School of the Arts at NYU. By 22, Jai had written and directed an ambitious 16 short films, including In the Foxhole, which premiered in film festivals from New York to Los Angeles and aired on the Hallmark Movie Channel as part of the Film Positive initiative.
  Sevier Crespo (Producer) 
Producer Sevier Crespo, born in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico, has worked with the likes of Michael Mann and Jerry Bruckheimer. He learned the Hollywood ropes under the tutelage of Robert Townsend (Hollywood Shuffle) and director Sam Bayer at Ridley Scott’s RSA USA, Inc., working on everything from Green Day music videos to national commercials for such global brands as Marlboro and Mitsubishi. Sevier studied Line Producing and Film/TV Production at UCLA.

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