Joe Soro was born March 1, 1978 in Royal Oak, Michigan, to the son of Bill and Hope Soro, with one sibling, Holly Soro. When Joe was two his parents moved west to California to Turlock, a quaint dairy town in California’s central valley. After high school, Joe left Turlock and moved to San Diego to attend San Diego State University, where he graduated in 2003. Joe currently resides in Winchester, California. Joe has pursued an acting career for the better part of a decade. In the mean time he involved himself in several business ventures to help support his acting career and livelihood. Joe was married on May 17th, 2008 to Stacia L. Edwards. They had their first child on June 20th 2010, Sophia Hope Soro.
Justin Little grew up in a small town named Terrace in Northern British Columbia, Canada. He was first introduced to acting in his 8th grade drama class and from then on he was hooked, participating in drama all the way through high school. He felt an instant connection with acting, something he didn’t find in sports or other clubs. Justin eventually moved to Toronto where he got a guest role on “Queer as Folk.” Finally he relocated to Los Angeles, but decided that San Diego was a better fit. He has always believed that, “through acting you get to play everything you have always wanted to be.”
Windy always wanted to be a performer, but it would be a while before she took to the stage. Initially studying to become a doctor, Windy graduated magna cum laude with a B.S. in biology/pre-med from James Madison University. It was a senior semester in Paris that left her more interested in exploring Europe than in pursuing a medical career. After graduation and another journey across the Atlantic, Windy came home to her native Maryland and eventually settled in Baltimore. It was here she began to study acting and was soon taking on roles in community theater and film. Some of Windy’s theater credits include Boston Marriage and Much Ado About Nothing. Her film roles include the multi-award winning feature Lilly’s Thorn; Come Hell or High Water; Eat, Sleep, Repeat, and most recently the short film CROSS. Windy resides in north county, San Diego, with her husband and two boys.
JG is a singer and actor from Tacoma, WA. He has been working in the entertainment industry since October of 2006. Since then he has gained valuable “on-set” and “in-studio” experience by recording and filming various independent movies and stage productions. With 48 roles to date he maintains a busy schedule, working full time to support his dream of eventually making a living out of acting and singing. His credits include: “Sins of the Family”, “Horschack Aviation”, and “Stink Meat”.
At a young age, Karenssa had a deep love of the arts but let it be her best kept secret. By thirteen the secret was out and Karenssa began her classical training as a singer and enrolled in professional film & TV acting classes by age fourteen. Today, Karenssa holds an Associate of the Arts degree in Dramatic Arts as well as a Bachelor of the Arts degree in Music from UCLA, where she performed in the operas: The Medium, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, & Il Trittico. Karenssa most enjoys originating roles, such as, in the premieres of Heather Megill’s musicals, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Fate: The Musical, as well as, Loesser’s More: a Musical Revue by Tony Award winner Scott Waara. Some of Karenssa’s favorite traditional musical roles include Lucy Brown in Threepenny Operaat the New Los Angeles Theatre Center, Mabel in Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Pirates of Penzance at the Welk Resort Theatre, & Rapunzel in Into the Woods at New Village Arts.Some non-musical credits include the role of Lesly in the dark comedy, The House of Yes, an appearance on the CW’s Veronica Mars, as well as numerous plays, independent films, & commercials. In recent years, Karenssa has also directed musical productions and showchoir. Karenssa is a dual citizen of Australia and the United States.
Curtis Nathanial Smith II was born in Cincinnati Ohio in 1973. His parents, Dr. Curtis Smith Sr. and mother Naomie Smith, raised him primarily in Atlanta Georgia. He has a younger sister Stacy Smith who is a Smith College graduate and attended Mercer Law School. Curtis attended St. Pius X Catholic high school, class of 1992. Never acting in high school or college he started extra work in the made for television movie “Mama Flora’s Family.” Curtis, nicknamed CY by parents, has studied Martial Arts since he was eight years old and continues to train and teach. Living in San Diego he is a devoted single father of two and continues to climb the acting ladder.
Steven Michaels was born in Houston, TX. His parents moved to San Diego, CA before his first birthday, which they celebrated in a Motel 6 with a cupcake. Growing up with two younger sisters, Sonia and Natalie, always kept him on his toes. He enjoyed playing soccer, baseball, and basketball and lettered in football and track and field at Poway High School. Steven always wanted to be a stuntman in his younger years. His career began in the 1990s starring in an auto insurance commercial. The Jerry Springer Show gave Steven an opportunity to do a little improvisation, which he’s never done before. He also enjoys doing student projects because it allows him to give input to inexperienced crews and actors. The Kult is Steven’s first full-length movie and he hopes it will lead to many future projects.
Tim Clifton took an acting class after a dare from a friend. He has since appeared in commercials for TV and web as well as numerous short films. The short film “Pay Off” in which he costarred was a selection of the Los Angeles Comedy Film Festival 2010. In addition he performs voice over work. His approach to acting is pragmatic and can be summed up in the quote: “know your lines, hit your mark, look the other actor in the eye, and tell the truth.” Tim is a lifelong resident of San Diego and enjoys hiking, traveling, and reading nonfiction.
Harry Williams Jr started out life as an Air Force Brat. He always had a secret yearning to be an actor. In 1984 Harry’s father was stationed at Edwards AFB, CA. After he graduated high school in 1987 he went to school in Arizona. Upon his return to California, Harry modeled for about a year before he got fed up with the modeling industry and decided to try his hand at acting. He landed his first commercial on his very first audition and never looked back. Harry has appeared in such films as Speed, Batman Forever, and Star Trek: Generations and the multi award winning short film Enigma. He has also appeared on television shows such as Star Trek: TNG, Coach, Pepper Dennis and The Starter Wife. Harry looks forward to furthering his career with more diverse roles and looks forward to being around for a long time to come.