Nicholle Tom, "Becca"
Nicholle Tom (born March 23, 1978) is an American actress best known for her roles as Ryce Newton in the BEETHOVEN films, and as Maggie Sheffield on THE NANNY. Nicholle has appeared in over 50 films and television shows, including the recent feature, HANG LOOSE, and has just joined the cast of the upcoming Showtime series, MASTERS OF SEX, starring Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan.
Steven Howell, "Brandon"
After growing up in Indiana, Steven earned a scholarship to become a top-rated, All-American quarterback at the University of Massachusetts. A shoulder injury ended his playing career, but with every ending there is a beginning. Steven was lead to Wilmington, North Carolina where a friend introduced him to acting classes, and shortly after he was chosen for the recurring role of Troy Jameson, a college turned pro quarterback on the CW’s, ONE TREE HILL.
Steven moved to Los Angeles shortly after in 2010, and found work in commercials and has booked roles on CRIMINAL MINDS and THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL. He is very proud to be involved as a volunteer with multiple organizations throughout the city of Los Angeles as he continues to grow as a person and in his craft.
Marisé Alvarez, "Lita"
Born and raised in San Juan, Marisé is one of Puerto Rico's most exciting up and coming talents. She has a Bachelors degree in Drama and Education from the University of Puerto Rico, and a Masters degree in Applied Theatre from the University of Manchester, UK. Marisé has been working in Theatre, Film, Television, Music and Radio for the last 10 years. Her role as Neyshalí in the award-winning Puerto Rican feature film Maldeamores (Lovesickness), was very well received. Soon after, she played Cuban revolutionary Vilma Espín in Steven Soderbergh's CHE: Part One and CHE: Part Two. Her notable performance gave her the opportunity to play Elisa in the award-winning UK short film, Lover. She has worked in other feature films such as Disney's Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie, the European feature film Meant to Be, The Caller, and America directed by Sonia Fritz and produced by Edward J. Olmos.
Most recent appearances include Puerto Rican award winning feature film I am a Director, La Espera Desespera, 200 Cartas, The Condemned, Riding 79, Marielle Woods short film Mi Corazón, and the new webseries CHAMACAS.
Andrea Robles, "Celia"