Matthew Solomon is a film and television actor based out of Los Angeles. His film and tv credits include Followed (of course) and HBO's Ballers. He can also be seen in several commercials nationally, and is currently represented by McGuffin Management. His extensive training includes Steppenwolf Theatre West, University of Southern California's Dramatic Arts program, and the La MaMa Etc. Theatre in New York City. Despite his roots in theatre, Matthew mainly works in front of the camera. Being from Northern California, he is 100% organic, aside from his glasses. Those are plastic.
Proudly born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, Tim Drier made the move to Los Angeles in July 2012 to pursue a career in acting. He has studied with a few of LA's top acting programs and continues to build his resume, in both LA and the PNW, in film, television and commercials. Tim is also a Journeyman Carpenter, passionate about building, and the owner of his own contracting business. Above these, he is a Christian, husband, father, brother and son to name a few of the many wonderful titles in his life.
Savage first made a major splash with The Deer Hunter (1978), winner of the 1979 Best Picture Oscar. The following year, the actor enjoyed leads in two more big pictures: the film adaptation of Joseph Wambaugh's The Onion Field (1979) and Milos Forman's musical Hair (1979). Later films include Oliver Stone's Salvador (1986) and Francis Ford Coppola's The Godfather: Part III (1990). He first collaborated with director Spike Lee in Do the Right Thing (1989), and then shifted to the camera's other side for Malcolm X (1992) and Summer of Sam (1999).
Caitlin Grace is a California native and received her BA in Psychology from San Francisco State University before relocating to Los Angeles. Caitlin has had experience in front of, as well as behind the camera, as she started out as an Associate Producer for HoneyShed. She has taken what she had learned there and has since, written, produced, edited and starred in the web-series Loaded LALA, as well as numerous short films and a mini Online Talk Show series titled “This is Why…” She also executive produced “Sangre De Vida” in the 2017 48 Hour Film Festival and is currently in Pre-Production for the short film, “Shot Gun” with motivations for it to head through the festival circuit.
Sam Valentine has been an actor in LA for over 7 years. After graduating from Missouri State University with a Bachelors of Fine Arts, she moved to LA two days later. She shortly after joined SAG-AFTRA and has worked on several Independent films (including the recently released Incatation costarring Dean Cain), short films, voice-overs and commercials. She studies acting with Sarah Mornell and John Rosenfeld, and improv at UCB. She is also the CEO of 1 Broke Actress (podcast and website).
Kelsey Griswold, a native Oklahoman, has appeared in FX's America Crime Story: The People vs OJ Simpson as Dominique Brown, Wrong Daughter (Lifetime Network) and Evil Doctor (Lifetime Network), and will also be appearing in the upcoming Queen America on Facebook Watch. Other credits include Elvis Lives! FX's Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll. Kelsey placed 2nd Runner Up to Miss America in 2014. She is represented by Joseph Le Agency & Triniti Management.