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Imaginary Bitches

Life's a bitch. Then you invent one.

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It's Not Easy Making Imaginary New Friends

Ep. 1 "It's Not Easy Making Imaginary New Friends" - When Eden's girlfriends are all too busy with their boyfriends to talk about the details of her amazing one-night stand, she decides to create a new friend to celebrate with.

The Dirtier Isn't Always The Better

Episode 2 - Being excluded from a “couples only” dinner party leads Eden to seek out a second opinion on whether Lizzie really cares about her feelings as much as she claims.

Where Were You When Eden Got Drunk and Puked All Over Me and Lizzie?

Ep. 3 “Where Were You When Eden Got Drunk and Puked All Over Me and Lizzie?” - When Brooke finds out about Catherine and Heather, she sets out to win Eden back.

A New Leper In the Colony

Ep. 4 “A New Leper In the Colony” - Jealousy erupts when Eden meets a new, single friend. Who’s very real.

It's Totally What You Think

Ep. 5 “It’s Totally What You Think” - Eden’s real friends decide that the best way to help is to make her one of them, so they set her up with the perfect guy.

Help Dr. James Help You

Ep. 6 “Help Dr. James Help You” – Eden makes a visit to Brooke’s therapist and discovers more about Catherine and Heather than she’d hoped.

A Spiritual Bitch-Bath

Ep. 7 “A Spiritual Bitch-Bath” - When the girl who stole her ex-boyfriend shows up, Eden discovers that revenge is best served by other people.

Sexy Secret Santa

Ep. 8 “Sexy Secret Santa” - Catherine and Heather indulge their holiday fantasies, but Eden's real friends aren't part of their plans.

Porn Star Priest

Connie sets up Eden with the perfect guy. But perfect for what?

Imaginary Bridezilla

After breaking up with her boyfriend, Lizzie turns to Eden for advice in navigating life in the single lane. But doesn’t take it.

Only Crazy Girls Quife

Eden thinks she has found The One. The sex is amazing. But the part where she tries to keep him from thinking she’s crazy...not so great.

Three Bitches Is An Imaginary Crowd (part one)

Eden discovers a new imaginary friend...but Jennifer’s looking for a very different kind of relationship with Eden than the other bitches are.

Three Bitches Is An Imaginary Crowd (part two)

Eden squares off against her friends (both real and imaginary) as she tries to figure out what she really wants out of a relationship.

Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller

Creator, Writer/Director

Andrew Miller

  Creator, Writer/Director

Miller began his career as an actor at age 16 in Toronto, Canada. Early theater roles include Moritz Stiefel in Frank Wedekind's Spring Awakening and Eugene Morris Jerome in Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs. Film roles include Simon in “South of Wawa”, written by bestselling Canadian novelist Lori Lansens, Kazan, the autistic man, in Vincenzo Natali's “Cube”, and Donald in “Oh, What a Night”, for which he was nominated for a 1992 Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor. He also co-starred with Barbara Hershey and Tom Berringer in “Last of the Dogmen”.

As a screenwriter, Miller co-wrote the films Simon Sez, starring Dennis Rodman and Dane Cook and Miramax Pictures' Boys and Girls, Starring Freddie Prinze, Jr., Claire Forlani, and Jason Biggs. He also co-wrote Vincenzo Natali's independently produced feature film, Nothing, in which he also starred starred opposite childhood friend David Hewlett.
 

Seth Adam Cohen

Seth Adam Cohen

Producer

Seth Adam Cohen

  Producer

Judson Morgan

Judson Morgan

Producer

Judson Morgan

  Producer

Eden Riegel

Eden Riegel

"Eden"

Eden Riegel

  "Eden"

Eden played Bianca Montgomery on ABC’s “All My Children,” a role which garnered her a Daytime Emmy award and four Emmy nominations. She grew up in New York City, making her Broadway debut at age seven in Les Misérables. Eden went on to perform extensively in theater, television, and film. TV appearances include “Law and Order,” “American Dreams,” and “New York Undercover.” Eden can be seen in American Pie, and heard in DreamWorks’ animated film The Prince of Egypt. She recently completed work on the upcoming Judd Apatow film The Year One starring Jack Black and Michael Cera.

Brooke Nevin

Brooke Nevin

"Brooke"

Brooke Nevin

  "Brooke"

This is the first time Brooke has acted with imaginary people, but she’s had a wealth of experience playing pretend. Most recently, Brooke appeared as the very real sister Chloe on the CBS sitcom, “Worst Week”, pretended to be David Koechner’s daughter in Fox Atomic’s sports comedy “The Comebacks”. She stars alongside James LeGros, Michael Shulman and Enrico Colantini in the independent feature “Sherman’s Way”, winner of the Audience Award for Best Feature - 2008 Cinequest Film Festival and part of the official selection for the Newport Beach Film Festival this year.

Brooke has just complete filming the Hallmark Original movie, “Wedding Dance”. Brooke has also appeared in numerous guest roles on tv shows including Grey’s Anatomy, Eli Stone, My Boys, Without A Trace, Smallville, Charmed and as a series regular in USA Network’s The 4400. She will also be starring in Icon Productions’ upcoming feature “Infestation”, slated for release this fall.
 

Elizabeth Hendrickson

Elizabeth Hendrickson

"Lizzie"

Elizabeth Hendrickson

  "Lizzie"

A native of New York, Hendrickson showed an interest in performing on stage at an early age.

Soon after studying Musical Theater at Syracuse University and attending Fordham University, where she majored in Communications. Hendrickson's first big break came when she was cast as Frankie Stone on "All My Children." Her role as Maggie Stone, the character's identical twin and love interest of Bianca Montgomery (Eden Riegel), launched the character into iconic status and garnered her critical acclaim.

In 2005 Elizabeth moved to California to continue her career in television and landed roles on such shows as " "Medium," "Cold Case", "CSI: Miami" and "Criminal Minds." 

She is currently enjoying playing the role of Chloe Mitchell on The Young & The Restless, a dynamic fashion guru hired by Jabot to work on the Fresh Face of Jabot photo shoots. 

Other credits include In the Weeds (pilot) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Searching For Bobby DeNiro.
 

Connie Fletcher Staton

Connie Fletcher Staton

"Connie"

Connie Fletcher Staton

  "Connie"

Originally from Jacksonville, Florida, Connie received a BFA from Boston University in Acting and a minor in Art History. She played Erin Lavery on the daytime drama "All My Children" and currently lives in LA with her husband, Aaron. This is her internet debut.

Jessalyn Gilsig

Jessalyn Gilsig

"Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig

  "Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig had the distinction of simultaneously starring in two of television’s most acclaimed drama series – the Golden Globe-winning “Best Drama” NIP/TUCK and Brett Ratner’s breakout FOX drama PRISON BREAK as Dominic Purcell’s ex-wife. On NIP/TUCK, a show that has simmered since its inception, Gilsig portrays feisty Gina Russo to Julian McMahon’s slick Dr. Troy. The show garnered Gilsig “near genius” reviews and impressed in the ratings as well; enough to garner her additional stand-out recurring roles on NBC’s hit dramas HEROES as the cheerleaders’s mother, and on FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS. She most recently had a recurring role as possible love interest to Gary Sinise’s character on CSI: NY.

No stranger to acclaimed programming, audiences also know Gilsig as strong-willed Social Studies teacher Lauren Davis on BOSTON PUBLIC, a role that creator David E. Kelly had created with she in mind. Gilsig had also achieved series regular status on his SNOOPS, as well as an arc on THE PRACTICE. More recently, she recurred as a detective on Steven Bochco’s NYPD BLUE, and guest starred on an upcoming edition of LAW & ORDER.

Also impressive are Gilsig’s film credits. She recently appeared as Brittany Snow’s aunt in Screen Gem’s hit remake of the PROM NIGHT thriller, and returned from Toronto where she filmed the action/thriller XIII alongside Val Kilmer and Stephen Dorff. Gilsig has also worked with the likes of Robert Redford on THE HORSE WHISPERER, and appeared as Sally Field’s daughter in Showtime’s A COOLER CLIMATE. She took to the ice for the Canadian hockey drama CHICKS WITH STICKS with Jason Priestley, starred for the Weitz brothers in the mockumentary SEE THIS MOVIE, and also starred opposite Robert Carlyle in Lionsgate’s FLOOD.

A Montreal native, Gilsig honed her talents at Harvard University’s prestigious American Repertory Theatre. Hence, an extensive list of stage credits includes the off-Broadway productions of “Fifth of July,” in which she starred opposite Robert Sean Leonard and Parker Posey, “Gun Shy,” and “Mere Mortals

Gilsig is currently starring in the FOX series, GLEE.
 

Greg Rikaart

Greg Rikaart

"Mark"

Greg Rikaart

  "Mark"

Greg joined The Young and the Restless in June, 2003, as Kevin Fisher. In 2005, Greg won a Daytime Emmy as Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. He was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in the same category in 2006 and 2007.

Greg grew up on Staten Island, N.Y. and has an older sister, Keri. He graduated with honors from Villanova University in Pennsylvania. While in college, he spent a semester in Washington, D.C., interning on Capitol Hill.

After moving to Hollywood to pursue his career as an actor, Greg began training with Howard Fine and early in his career he appeared in shows including As If, Grounded For Life, That's Life, Gilmore Girls and Strong Medicine.

Prior to landing the role of Kevin, Rikaart had a recurring role on Dawson's Creek. He has also appeared in the feature films X-Men 2 and Prey for Rock and Roll. Most recently, he guest-starred on episodes of The Closer and CSI:Miami.
 

Michael Traynor

Michael Traynor

"Waiter Guy"

Michael Traynor

  "Waiter Guy"

Michael can be seen in leading roles in the features CRY FUNNY HAPPY (Sundance Film Festival), A NECESSARY DEATH (SXSW Film Festival), and in the upcoming feature A PERFECT GETAWAY (Relativity Media/MGM). In addition, he has done numerous sketch shows at The Second City in Los Angeles, has been a script doctor for high profile video game titles, and has an unparalleled love of gingerbread....mmmm, fresh, fresh gingerbread.

James Kee

James Kee

"Dr. James Kee"

James Kee

  "Dr. James Kee"

Aaron Staton

Aaron Staton

"Bruce"

Aaron Staton

  "Bruce"

Aaron Staton made his Broadway debut in Mamma Mia, and he then went on to star in the title role of the Manhattan Theatre Club's production of The American Pilot. He soon can be seen in Steven Soderbergh's Guerilla, as well as in The Nanny Diaries and with Jonathan Rhys Meyers in August Rush, which was directed by Kirsten Sheridan. Aaron had appeared on Law and Order: SVU, Seventh Heaven and Without a Trace. Other t.v. credits include playing Ken Cosgrove on the Golden Globe-winning television show Mad Men on AMC. Staton, a 2004 graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater. He and his wife, Connie, live in Los Angeles.

Sam Page

Sam Page

"Riley"

Sam Page

  "Riley"

Sam Page starred as a handsome District Attorney with a heart of gold on the new CBS drama SHARK. Aside from portraying an attorney with morals on a weekly basis, further testament to his acting ability was being able to hold his own alongside co-star James Woods. He is a recurring character on the critically acclaimed AMC drama MAN MEN.

He has since completed production on the Spike TV original telefilm RED LINE, followed by the independent drama feature FALLING UP.

Whether swimming with sharks or maneuvering throughout the supernatural events on the short-lived, yet critically-acclaimed POINT PLEASANT, Page continued to impress in a variety of roles. Additional credits include recurring arcs on the likes of AMERICAN DREAMS, SEVENTH HEAVEN, and Ryan Murphy’s scathing look into the high school experience, POPULAR.

Page’s popularity likely originates from his role on the daytime drama ALL MY CHILDREN which garnered him a slot amongst People Magazine’s “Most Eligible Bachelors.” Born in Milwaukee, Page earned himself a B.A. degree in ecology and evolutionary biology from prestigious Princeton University where he also played baseball. Upon graduation, he moved to Manhattan to focus on his acting career. He eventually moved west to Los Angeles where he currently resides.
 

Brittany Ishibashi

Brittany Ishibashi

"Brittany"

Brittany Ishibashi

  "Brittany"

Raised in "the real OC", Brittany discovered her love of performance at the tender age of 6 while putting on front yard shows for all of her friends, real and imaginary. In addition to her consistent work in tv, film and theatre, Brittany is also collaborating on a new musical with her family (who all happen to have the artsy bug). Recent guest spots include Journeyman, Greys Anatomy, Supernatural and The Office.

Charlie Koznick

Charlie Koznick

"Father Grant"

Charlie Koznick

  "Father Grant"

Charlie was born and raised in the great state of Minnesota, where alpine ski racing was a large part of his life growing up. His only sister is a three- time Olympian in women's slalom and giant slalom events. Koznick attended St. Thomas Military Academy High School. By the time he graduated, he knew that continuing to ski race was not in the cards for him.

Charlie went on to attend the University of San Diego. He graduated with a degree in finance and a minor in philosophy. It wasn't until his senior year that he even thought about the acting profession. On a random weekend trip up to Los Angeles from San Diego, Koznick caught the acting bug and hasn't been able to shake it since.

Charlie had a very successful start to his career. The past two seasons he had a recurring role on NBC's "Las Vegas," playing Dean Cain's younger brother. Some of his other tv credits include recurring roles on "Veronica Mars" and "Joan of Arcadia." Koznick also has guest starred on "CSI: NY" and "The District." Next Summer he plays Rick in Nowhereland starring Eddie Murphy.
 

Chandra West

Chandra West

"Chandra"

Chandra West

  "Chandra"

Chandra West has been keeping herself busy in both feature films and television. She recently wrapped a recurring role on FOX’s “90210”, the Hallmark film “Saving Grace” and was just seen in the Lifetime Original film “Of Murder and Memory” based on the best selling novel “Who Named the Knife” by Linda Spalding. West portrays a prisoner serving a life term who bonds with a former juror on her case. The film will air later this year.

She has also recently co-starred in the HBO series “John From Cincinnati” created by David Milch, portraying a porn star returning to town to reconnect with her young son. In a more comedic turn, West had a supporting role in the feature film I Now Pronounce you Chuck and Larry opposite Adam Sandler for Universal.

In addition, West starred in the independent film Badland directed by Francesco Lucente. She plays a small town waitress unaware that she is harboring a fugitive in her home. Vinessa Shaw and British actor Jamie Draven co-star in the film.

Previously, West has had the distinction of portraying the on-screen wife of two former Batman’s. In Universal’s dramatic thriller White Noise she communicated from beyond with her bereaved husband Michael Keaton. In similar fashion, she was taken from her adoring spouse Val Kilmer in Castle Rock’s The Salton Sea.

No stranger to the small screen, West portrayed the recurring character of Mark-Paul Gosselaar’s troubled girlfriend on the ABC series “NYPD Blue”, and co-starred in the short lived but critically acclaimed NBC series “Mr. Sterling” opposite Josh Brolin. Other television work includes a starring role in the highly rated CBS mini series “Category 6: Day of Destruction” with Brian Dennehy and Dianne Weist and “The 70’s” produced by Denise DiNovi for NBC.

Additional feature film credits include the 20th Century Fox film The First Twenty Million is Always the Hardest with Rosario Dawson and The Toronto Film Festival’s official selection The Perfect Son.
 

Billy Aaron Brown

Billy Aaron Brown

"Ben"

Billy Aaron Brown

  "Ben"

Billy Brown left his native Iowa, at the age of 18, to pursue is acting career and conquer Hollywood.

Billy began his career as the most overused love interest in the Olsen Twin movies. He has had numerous roles on television and had fun exploring his nerd side in Jeepers Creepers 2. Billy also had a recurring role as Kyle, in 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, starring John Ritter. You can look for Billy in the upcoming feature “The Strip”.
 

Sam Riegel

Sam Riegel

Additional Writing

Sam Riegel

  Additional Writing

Sam is a comedy writer and actor living in Los Angeles, whose writing credits include television projects for Spike TV, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon. Recently, Sam co-created and produced the Webby Award honoree series “Cooking to Get Lucky” with IB’s own Andrew Miller, Eden Riegel and Quyen Tran (DP). And if you’ve spent any time online, you might have caught Sam and his writing partner Rob Blatt starring in their viral hit music video, “Weekend Plans.” Sam also does loads of cartoon voices, including Donatello on the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” Fox series.

Bo Price

Bo Price

Additional Writing

Bo Price

  Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

Jeff Ploiquin

Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

  Additional Writing

Jeff Poliquin worked as a writer on the “Borat” movie as well as on the second season of “Lil’ Bush” for Comedy Central and the animated series, “Free for All” for Showtime. He wrote episode 9 of the popular web series “Imaginary Bitches” in addition to a variety of television and feature projects for Fox, CBS, Universal and Warner Brothers.

He was nominated for a 2007 Writers Guild Award for his writing on “The Simpsons Video Game.”
 

Nichole Millard

Nichole Millard

Additional Writing

Nichole Millard

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Kathryn Price

Kathryn Price

Additional Writing

Kathryn Price

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Quyen Tran

Quyen Tran

Director of Photography

Quyen Tran

  Director of Photography

At UCLA, Quyen won Best Cinematography three years in a row, photographing numerous short films which have screened at festivals including Telluride, Los Angeles Film Festival, and Tribeca among others. In the last couple years since graduating she has shot films in South Africa, Thailand, Iowa and Vietnam.
Quyen recently completed Quentin Lee's narrative feature THE PEOPLE I'VE SLEPT WITH, starring Wilson Cruz and Karin Anna Cheung. She is currently shooting a feature length documentary with director Grace Lee, and also about to shoot a feature starring Rebecca Hall and Jason Ritter in August.
 

Tatiana S. Riegel

Tatiana S. Riegel

Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel

  Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel A.C.E. is currently editing THE MEN WHO STARE AT GOATS, directed by Grant Heslov. Riegel's other feature credits include the critical hit LARS AND THE REAL GIRL, directed by Craig Gillespie. She was the second editor on Paul Thomas Anderson's THERE WILL BE BLOOD, editor on Wim Wenders' THE MILLION DOLLAR HOTEL and co-editor on Gregg Araki's SPLENDOR. This year, Riegel received an ACE Eddie award for her work on the HBO film PU-239, directed by Scott Z. Burns.

Riegel recently completed THE UNITED STATES OF TARA, a pilot for Showtime created and produced by Steven Spielberg and Diablo Cody. It stars Toni Colette and was directed by Craig Gillespie. Riegel's work can also be seen on the NBC pilot episode of MY OWN WORST ENEMY, starring Christian Slater and the pilot of THE CLEANER, both directed by David Semel.

Other credits include the popular Fox series HOUSE, AMERICAN DREAMS for NBC and several pilots including PASADENA, directed by Diane Keaton for Fox.

Riegel began her career as apprentice editor on the indie sleeper, RIVER'S EDGE and was first assistant editor on Quentin Tarantino's PULP FICTION, FOUR ROOMS and the Associate Editor on JACKIE BROWN.
 

Alex Puro

Alex Puro

Original Music

Alex Puro

  Original Music

Ben Harrison

Ben Harrison

Theme Music

Ben Harrison

  Theme Music

Tibo Barbillon

Tibo Barbillon

Additional Music

Tibo Barbillon

  Additional Music

Dan Mock

Dan Mock

Additional Music

Dan Mock

  Additional Music

Dorado Sound

Dorado Sound

Additional Music

Dorado Sound

  Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

Mr. Lexicon

Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

  Additional Music

Angie Pop

Angie Pop

Gaffer

Angie Pop

  Gaffer

John Borges

John Borges

First Assistant Director

John Borges

  First Assistant Director

Mark Williams

Mark Williams

Sound Editor

Mark Williams

  Sound Editor

Alexey Mohr

Alexey Mohr

Re-recording Mixer

Alexey Mohr

  Re-recording Mixer

Tom Diasio

Tom Diasio

Color Timing

Tom Diasio

  Color Timing

Tara Devlin

Tara Devlin

Logo Design

Tara Devlin

  Logo Design

Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller

Creator, Writer/Director

Andrew Miller

  Creator, Writer/Director

Miller began his career as an actor at age 16 in Toronto, Canada. Early theater roles include Moritz Stiefel in Frank Wedekind's Spring Awakening and Eugene Morris Jerome in Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs. Film roles include Simon in “South of Wawa”, written by bestselling Canadian novelist Lori Lansens, Kazan, the autistic man, in Vincenzo Natali's “Cube”, and Donald in “Oh, What a Night”, for which he was nominated for a 1992 Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor. He also co-starred with Barbara Hershey and Tom Berringer in “Last of the Dogmen”.

As a screenwriter, Miller co-wrote the films Simon Sez, starring Dennis Rodman and Dane Cook and Miramax Pictures' Boys and Girls, Starring Freddie Prinze, Jr., Claire Forlani, and Jason Biggs. He also co-wrote Vincenzo Natali's independently produced feature film, Nothing, in which he also starred starred opposite childhood friend David Hewlett.
 

Seth Adam Cohen

Seth Adam Cohen

Producer

Seth Adam Cohen

  Producer

Judson Morgan

Judson Morgan

Producer

Judson Morgan

  Producer

Eden Riegel

Eden Riegel

"Eden"

Eden Riegel

  "Eden"

Eden played Bianca Montgomery on ABC’s “All My Children,” a role which garnered her a Daytime Emmy award and four Emmy nominations. She grew up in New York City, making her Broadway debut at age seven in Les Misérables. Eden went on to perform extensively in theater, television, and film. TV appearances include “Law and Order,” “American Dreams,” and “New York Undercover.” Eden can be seen in American Pie, and heard in DreamWorks’ animated film The Prince of Egypt. She recently completed work on the upcoming Judd Apatow film The Year One starring Jack Black and Michael Cera.

Brooke Nevin

Brooke Nevin

"Brooke"

Brooke Nevin

  "Brooke"

This is the first time Brooke has acted with imaginary people, but she’s had a wealth of experience playing pretend. Most recently, Brooke appeared as the very real sister Chloe on the CBS sitcom, “Worst Week”, pretended to be David Koechner’s daughter in Fox Atomic’s sports comedy “The Comebacks”. She stars alongside James LeGros, Michael Shulman and Enrico Colantini in the independent feature “Sherman’s Way”, winner of the Audience Award for Best Feature - 2008 Cinequest Film Festival and part of the official selection for the Newport Beach Film Festival this year.

Brooke has just complete filming the Hallmark Original movie, “Wedding Dance”. Brooke has also appeared in numerous guest roles on tv shows including Grey’s Anatomy, Eli Stone, My Boys, Without A Trace, Smallville, Charmed and as a series regular in USA Network’s The 4400. She will also be starring in Icon Productions’ upcoming feature “Infestation”, slated for release this fall.
 

Elizabeth Hendrickson

Elizabeth Hendrickson

"Lizzie"

Elizabeth Hendrickson

  "Lizzie"

A native of New York, Hendrickson showed an interest in performing on stage at an early age.

Soon after studying Musical Theater at Syracuse University and attending Fordham University, where she majored in Communications. Hendrickson's first big break came when she was cast as Frankie Stone on "All My Children." Her role as Maggie Stone, the character's identical twin and love interest of Bianca Montgomery (Eden Riegel), launched the character into iconic status and garnered her critical acclaim.

In 2005 Elizabeth moved to California to continue her career in television and landed roles on such shows as " "Medium," "Cold Case", "CSI: Miami" and "Criminal Minds." 

She is currently enjoying playing the role of Chloe Mitchell on The Young & The Restless, a dynamic fashion guru hired by Jabot to work on the Fresh Face of Jabot photo shoots. 

Other credits include In the Weeds (pilot) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Searching For Bobby DeNiro.
 

Connie Fletcher Staton

Connie Fletcher Staton

"Connie"

Connie Fletcher Staton

  "Connie"

Originally from Jacksonville, Florida, Connie received a BFA from Boston University in Acting and a minor in Art History. She played Erin Lavery on the daytime drama "All My Children" and currently lives in LA with her husband, Aaron. This is her internet debut.

Jessalyn Gilsig

Jessalyn Gilsig

"Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig

  "Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig had the distinction of simultaneously starring in two of television’s most acclaimed drama series – the Golden Globe-winning “Best Drama” NIP/TUCK and Brett Ratner’s breakout FOX drama PRISON BREAK as Dominic Purcell’s ex-wife. On NIP/TUCK, a show that has simmered since its inception, Gilsig portrays feisty Gina Russo to Julian McMahon’s slick Dr. Troy. The show garnered Gilsig “near genius” reviews and impressed in the ratings as well; enough to garner her additional stand-out recurring roles on NBC’s hit dramas HEROES as the cheerleaders’s mother, and on FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS. She most recently had a recurring role as possible love interest to Gary Sinise’s character on CSI: NY.

No stranger to acclaimed programming, audiences also know Gilsig as strong-willed Social Studies teacher Lauren Davis on BOSTON PUBLIC, a role that creator David E. Kelly had created with she in mind. Gilsig had also achieved series regular status on his SNOOPS, as well as an arc on THE PRACTICE. More recently, she recurred as a detective on Steven Bochco’s NYPD BLUE, and guest starred on an upcoming edition of LAW & ORDER.

Also impressive are Gilsig’s film credits. She recently appeared as Brittany Snow’s aunt in Screen Gem’s hit remake of the PROM NIGHT thriller, and returned from Toronto where she filmed the action/thriller XIII alongside Val Kilmer and Stephen Dorff. Gilsig has also worked with the likes of Robert Redford on THE HORSE WHISPERER, and appeared as Sally Field’s daughter in Showtime’s A COOLER CLIMATE. She took to the ice for the Canadian hockey drama CHICKS WITH STICKS with Jason Priestley, starred for the Weitz brothers in the mockumentary SEE THIS MOVIE, and also starred opposite Robert Carlyle in Lionsgate’s FLOOD.

A Montreal native, Gilsig honed her talents at Harvard University’s prestigious American Repertory Theatre. Hence, an extensive list of stage credits includes the off-Broadway productions of “Fifth of July,” in which she starred opposite Robert Sean Leonard and Parker Posey, “Gun Shy,” and “Mere Mortals

Gilsig is currently starring in the FOX series, GLEE.
 

Greg Rikaart

Greg Rikaart

"Mark"

Greg Rikaart

  "Mark"

Greg joined The Young and the Restless in June, 2003, as Kevin Fisher. In 2005, Greg won a Daytime Emmy as Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. He was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in the same category in 2006 and 2007.

Greg grew up on Staten Island, N.Y. and has an older sister, Keri. He graduated with honors from Villanova University in Pennsylvania. While in college, he spent a semester in Washington, D.C., interning on Capitol Hill.

After moving to Hollywood to pursue his career as an actor, Greg began training with Howard Fine and early in his career he appeared in shows including As If, Grounded For Life, That's Life, Gilmore Girls and Strong Medicine.

Prior to landing the role of Kevin, Rikaart had a recurring role on Dawson's Creek. He has also appeared in the feature films X-Men 2 and Prey for Rock and Roll. Most recently, he guest-starred on episodes of The Closer and CSI:Miami.
 

Michael Traynor

Michael Traynor

"Waiter Guy"

Michael Traynor

  "Waiter Guy"

Michael can be seen in leading roles in the features CRY FUNNY HAPPY (Sundance Film Festival), A NECESSARY DEATH (SXSW Film Festival), and in the upcoming feature A PERFECT GETAWAY (Relativity Media/MGM). In addition, he has done numerous sketch shows at The Second City in Los Angeles, has been a script doctor for high profile video game titles, and has an unparalleled love of gingerbread....mmmm, fresh, fresh gingerbread.

James Kee

James Kee

"Dr. James Kee"

James Kee

  "Dr. James Kee"

Aaron Staton

Aaron Staton

"Bruce"

Aaron Staton

  "Bruce"

Aaron Staton made his Broadway debut in Mamma Mia, and he then went on to star in the title role of the Manhattan Theatre Club's production of The American Pilot. He soon can be seen in Steven Soderbergh's Guerilla, as well as in The Nanny Diaries and with Jonathan Rhys Meyers in August Rush, which was directed by Kirsten Sheridan. Aaron had appeared on Law and Order: SVU, Seventh Heaven and Without a Trace. Other t.v. credits include playing Ken Cosgrove on the Golden Globe-winning television show Mad Men on AMC. Staton, a 2004 graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater. He and his wife, Connie, live in Los Angeles.

Sam Page

Sam Page

"Riley"

Sam Page

  "Riley"

Sam Page starred as a handsome District Attorney with a heart of gold on the new CBS drama SHARK. Aside from portraying an attorney with morals on a weekly basis, further testament to his acting ability was being able to hold his own alongside co-star James Woods. He is a recurring character on the critically acclaimed AMC drama MAN MEN.

He has since completed production on the Spike TV original telefilm RED LINE, followed by the independent drama feature FALLING UP.

Whether swimming with sharks or maneuvering throughout the supernatural events on the short-lived, yet critically-acclaimed POINT PLEASANT, Page continued to impress in a variety of roles. Additional credits include recurring arcs on the likes of AMERICAN DREAMS, SEVENTH HEAVEN, and Ryan Murphy’s scathing look into the high school experience, POPULAR.

Page’s popularity likely originates from his role on the daytime drama ALL MY CHILDREN which garnered him a slot amongst People Magazine’s “Most Eligible Bachelors.” Born in Milwaukee, Page earned himself a B.A. degree in ecology and evolutionary biology from prestigious Princeton University where he also played baseball. Upon graduation, he moved to Manhattan to focus on his acting career. He eventually moved west to Los Angeles where he currently resides.
 

Brittany Ishibashi

Brittany Ishibashi

"Brittany"

Brittany Ishibashi

  "Brittany"

Raised in "the real OC", Brittany discovered her love of performance at the tender age of 6 while putting on front yard shows for all of her friends, real and imaginary. In addition to her consistent work in tv, film and theatre, Brittany is also collaborating on a new musical with her family (who all happen to have the artsy bug). Recent guest spots include Journeyman, Greys Anatomy, Supernatural and The Office.

Charlie Koznick

Charlie Koznick

"Father Grant"

Charlie Koznick

  "Father Grant"

Charlie was born and raised in the great state of Minnesota, where alpine ski racing was a large part of his life growing up. His only sister is a three- time Olympian in women's slalom and giant slalom events. Koznick attended St. Thomas Military Academy High School. By the time he graduated, he knew that continuing to ski race was not in the cards for him.

Charlie went on to attend the University of San Diego. He graduated with a degree in finance and a minor in philosophy. It wasn't until his senior year that he even thought about the acting profession. On a random weekend trip up to Los Angeles from San Diego, Koznick caught the acting bug and hasn't been able to shake it since.

Charlie had a very successful start to his career. The past two seasons he had a recurring role on NBC's "Las Vegas," playing Dean Cain's younger brother. Some of his other tv credits include recurring roles on "Veronica Mars" and "Joan of Arcadia." Koznick also has guest starred on "CSI: NY" and "The District." Next Summer he plays Rick in Nowhereland starring Eddie Murphy.
 

Chandra West

Chandra West

"Chandra"

Chandra West

  "Chandra"

Chandra West has been keeping herself busy in both feature films and television. She recently wrapped a recurring role on FOX’s “90210”, the Hallmark film “Saving Grace” and was just seen in the Lifetime Original film “Of Murder and Memory” based on the best selling novel “Who Named the Knife” by Linda Spalding. West portrays a prisoner serving a life term who bonds with a former juror on her case. The film will air later this year.

She has also recently co-starred in the HBO series “John From Cincinnati” created by David Milch, portraying a porn star returning to town to reconnect with her young son. In a more comedic turn, West had a supporting role in the feature film I Now Pronounce you Chuck and Larry opposite Adam Sandler for Universal.

In addition, West starred in the independent film Badland directed by Francesco Lucente. She plays a small town waitress unaware that she is harboring a fugitive in her home. Vinessa Shaw and British actor Jamie Draven co-star in the film.

Previously, West has had the distinction of portraying the on-screen wife of two former Batman’s. In Universal’s dramatic thriller White Noise she communicated from beyond with her bereaved husband Michael Keaton. In similar fashion, she was taken from her adoring spouse Val Kilmer in Castle Rock’s The Salton Sea.

No stranger to the small screen, West portrayed the recurring character of Mark-Paul Gosselaar’s troubled girlfriend on the ABC series “NYPD Blue”, and co-starred in the short lived but critically acclaimed NBC series “Mr. Sterling” opposite Josh Brolin. Other television work includes a starring role in the highly rated CBS mini series “Category 6: Day of Destruction” with Brian Dennehy and Dianne Weist and “The 70’s” produced by Denise DiNovi for NBC.

Additional feature film credits include the 20th Century Fox film The First Twenty Million is Always the Hardest with Rosario Dawson and The Toronto Film Festival’s official selection The Perfect Son.
 

Billy Aaron Brown

Billy Aaron Brown

"Ben"

Billy Aaron Brown

  "Ben"

Billy Brown left his native Iowa, at the age of 18, to pursue is acting career and conquer Hollywood.

Billy began his career as the most overused love interest in the Olsen Twin movies. He has had numerous roles on television and had fun exploring his nerd side in Jeepers Creepers 2. Billy also had a recurring role as Kyle, in 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, starring John Ritter. You can look for Billy in the upcoming feature “The Strip”.
 

Sam Riegel

Sam Riegel

Additional Writing

Sam Riegel

  Additional Writing

Sam is a comedy writer and actor living in Los Angeles, whose writing credits include television projects for Spike TV, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon. Recently, Sam co-created and produced the Webby Award honoree series “Cooking to Get Lucky” with IB’s own Andrew Miller, Eden Riegel and Quyen Tran (DP). And if you’ve spent any time online, you might have caught Sam and his writing partner Rob Blatt starring in their viral hit music video, “Weekend Plans.” Sam also does loads of cartoon voices, including Donatello on the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” Fox series.

Bo Price

Bo Price

Additional Writing

Bo Price

  Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

Jeff Ploiquin

Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

  Additional Writing

Jeff Poliquin worked as a writer on the “Borat” movie as well as on the second season of “Lil’ Bush” for Comedy Central and the animated series, “Free for All” for Showtime. He wrote episode 9 of the popular web series “Imaginary Bitches” in addition to a variety of television and feature projects for Fox, CBS, Universal and Warner Brothers.

He was nominated for a 2007 Writers Guild Award for his writing on “The Simpsons Video Game.”
 

Nichole Millard

Nichole Millard

Additional Writing

Nichole Millard

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Kathryn Price

Kathryn Price

Additional Writing

Kathryn Price

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Quyen Tran

Quyen Tran

Director of Photography

Quyen Tran

  Director of Photography

At UCLA, Quyen won Best Cinematography three years in a row, photographing numerous short films which have screened at festivals including Telluride, Los Angeles Film Festival, and Tribeca among others. In the last couple years since graduating she has shot films in South Africa, Thailand, Iowa and Vietnam.
Quyen recently completed Quentin Lee's narrative feature THE PEOPLE I'VE SLEPT WITH, starring Wilson Cruz and Karin Anna Cheung. She is currently shooting a feature length documentary with director Grace Lee, and also about to shoot a feature starring Rebecca Hall and Jason Ritter in August.
 

Tatiana S. Riegel

Tatiana S. Riegel

Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel

  Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel A.C.E. is currently editing THE MEN WHO STARE AT GOATS, directed by Grant Heslov. Riegel's other feature credits include the critical hit LARS AND THE REAL GIRL, directed by Craig Gillespie. She was the second editor on Paul Thomas Anderson's THERE WILL BE BLOOD, editor on Wim Wenders' THE MILLION DOLLAR HOTEL and co-editor on Gregg Araki's SPLENDOR. This year, Riegel received an ACE Eddie award for her work on the HBO film PU-239, directed by Scott Z. Burns.

Riegel recently completed THE UNITED STATES OF TARA, a pilot for Showtime created and produced by Steven Spielberg and Diablo Cody. It stars Toni Colette and was directed by Craig Gillespie. Riegel's work can also be seen on the NBC pilot episode of MY OWN WORST ENEMY, starring Christian Slater and the pilot of THE CLEANER, both directed by David Semel.

Other credits include the popular Fox series HOUSE, AMERICAN DREAMS for NBC and several pilots including PASADENA, directed by Diane Keaton for Fox.

Riegel began her career as apprentice editor on the indie sleeper, RIVER'S EDGE and was first assistant editor on Quentin Tarantino's PULP FICTION, FOUR ROOMS and the Associate Editor on JACKIE BROWN.
 

Alex Puro

Alex Puro

Original Music

Alex Puro

  Original Music

Ben Harrison

Ben Harrison

Theme Music

Ben Harrison

  Theme Music

Tibo Barbillon

Tibo Barbillon

Additional Music

Tibo Barbillon

  Additional Music

Dan Mock

Dan Mock

Additional Music

Dan Mock

  Additional Music

Dorado Sound

Dorado Sound

Additional Music

Dorado Sound

  Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

Mr. Lexicon

Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

  Additional Music

Angie Pop

Angie Pop

Gaffer

Angie Pop

  Gaffer

John Borges

John Borges

First Assistant Director

John Borges

  First Assistant Director

Mark Williams

Mark Williams

Sound Editor

Mark Williams

  Sound Editor

Alexey Mohr

Alexey Mohr

Re-recording Mixer

Alexey Mohr

  Re-recording Mixer

Tom Diasio

Tom Diasio

Color Timing

Tom Diasio

  Color Timing

Tara Devlin

Tara Devlin

Logo Design

Tara Devlin

  Logo Design

Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller

Creator, Writer/Director

Andrew Miller

  Creator, Writer/Director

Miller began his career as an actor at age 16 in Toronto, Canada. Early theater roles include Moritz Stiefel in Frank Wedekind's Spring Awakening and Eugene Morris Jerome in Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs. Film roles include Simon in “South of Wawa”, written by bestselling Canadian novelist Lori Lansens, Kazan, the autistic man, in Vincenzo Natali's “Cube”, and Donald in “Oh, What a Night”, for which he was nominated for a 1992 Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor. He also co-starred with Barbara Hershey and Tom Berringer in “Last of the Dogmen”.

As a screenwriter, Miller co-wrote the films Simon Sez, starring Dennis Rodman and Dane Cook and Miramax Pictures' Boys and Girls, Starring Freddie Prinze, Jr., Claire Forlani, and Jason Biggs. He also co-wrote Vincenzo Natali's independently produced feature film, Nothing, in which he also starred starred opposite childhood friend David Hewlett.
 

Seth Adam Cohen

Seth Adam Cohen

Producer

Seth Adam Cohen

  Producer

Judson Morgan

Judson Morgan

Producer

Judson Morgan

  Producer

Eden Riegel

Eden Riegel

"Eden"

Eden Riegel

  "Eden"

Eden played Bianca Montgomery on ABC’s “All My Children,” a role which garnered her a Daytime Emmy award and four Emmy nominations. She grew up in New York City, making her Broadway debut at age seven in Les Misérables. Eden went on to perform extensively in theater, television, and film. TV appearances include “Law and Order,” “American Dreams,” and “New York Undercover.” Eden can be seen in American Pie, and heard in DreamWorks’ animated film The Prince of Egypt. She recently completed work on the upcoming Judd Apatow film The Year One starring Jack Black and Michael Cera.

Brooke Nevin

Brooke Nevin

"Brooke"

Brooke Nevin

  "Brooke"

This is the first time Brooke has acted with imaginary people, but she’s had a wealth of experience playing pretend. Most recently, Brooke appeared as the very real sister Chloe on the CBS sitcom, “Worst Week”, pretended to be David Koechner’s daughter in Fox Atomic’s sports comedy “The Comebacks”. She stars alongside James LeGros, Michael Shulman and Enrico Colantini in the independent feature “Sherman’s Way”, winner of the Audience Award for Best Feature - 2008 Cinequest Film Festival and part of the official selection for the Newport Beach Film Festival this year.

Brooke has just complete filming the Hallmark Original movie, “Wedding Dance”. Brooke has also appeared in numerous guest roles on tv shows including Grey’s Anatomy, Eli Stone, My Boys, Without A Trace, Smallville, Charmed and as a series regular in USA Network’s The 4400. She will also be starring in Icon Productions’ upcoming feature “Infestation”, slated for release this fall.
 

Elizabeth Hendrickson

Elizabeth Hendrickson

"Lizzie"

Elizabeth Hendrickson

  "Lizzie"

A native of New York, Hendrickson showed an interest in performing on stage at an early age.

Soon after studying Musical Theater at Syracuse University and attending Fordham University, where she majored in Communications. Hendrickson's first big break came when she was cast as Frankie Stone on "All My Children." Her role as Maggie Stone, the character's identical twin and love interest of Bianca Montgomery (Eden Riegel), launched the character into iconic status and garnered her critical acclaim.

In 2005 Elizabeth moved to California to continue her career in television and landed roles on such shows as " "Medium," "Cold Case", "CSI: Miami" and "Criminal Minds." 

She is currently enjoying playing the role of Chloe Mitchell on The Young & The Restless, a dynamic fashion guru hired by Jabot to work on the Fresh Face of Jabot photo shoots. 

Other credits include In the Weeds (pilot) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Searching For Bobby DeNiro.
 

Connie Fletcher Staton

Connie Fletcher Staton

"Connie"

Connie Fletcher Staton

  "Connie"

Originally from Jacksonville, Florida, Connie received a BFA from Boston University in Acting and a minor in Art History. She played Erin Lavery on the daytime drama "All My Children" and currently lives in LA with her husband, Aaron. This is her internet debut.

Jessalyn Gilsig

Jessalyn Gilsig

"Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig

  "Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig had the distinction of simultaneously starring in two of television’s most acclaimed drama series – the Golden Globe-winning “Best Drama” NIP/TUCK and Brett Ratner’s breakout FOX drama PRISON BREAK as Dominic Purcell’s ex-wife. On NIP/TUCK, a show that has simmered since its inception, Gilsig portrays feisty Gina Russo to Julian McMahon’s slick Dr. Troy. The show garnered Gilsig “near genius” reviews and impressed in the ratings as well; enough to garner her additional stand-out recurring roles on NBC’s hit dramas HEROES as the cheerleaders’s mother, and on FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS. She most recently had a recurring role as possible love interest to Gary Sinise’s character on CSI: NY.

No stranger to acclaimed programming, audiences also know Gilsig as strong-willed Social Studies teacher Lauren Davis on BOSTON PUBLIC, a role that creator David E. Kelly had created with she in mind. Gilsig had also achieved series regular status on his SNOOPS, as well as an arc on THE PRACTICE. More recently, she recurred as a detective on Steven Bochco’s NYPD BLUE, and guest starred on an upcoming edition of LAW & ORDER.

Also impressive are Gilsig’s film credits. She recently appeared as Brittany Snow’s aunt in Screen Gem’s hit remake of the PROM NIGHT thriller, and returned from Toronto where she filmed the action/thriller XIII alongside Val Kilmer and Stephen Dorff. Gilsig has also worked with the likes of Robert Redford on THE HORSE WHISPERER, and appeared as Sally Field’s daughter in Showtime’s A COOLER CLIMATE. She took to the ice for the Canadian hockey drama CHICKS WITH STICKS with Jason Priestley, starred for the Weitz brothers in the mockumentary SEE THIS MOVIE, and also starred opposite Robert Carlyle in Lionsgate’s FLOOD.

A Montreal native, Gilsig honed her talents at Harvard University’s prestigious American Repertory Theatre. Hence, an extensive list of stage credits includes the off-Broadway productions of “Fifth of July,” in which she starred opposite Robert Sean Leonard and Parker Posey, “Gun Shy,” and “Mere Mortals

Gilsig is currently starring in the FOX series, GLEE.
 

Greg Rikaart

Greg Rikaart

"Mark"

Greg Rikaart

  "Mark"

Greg joined The Young and the Restless in June, 2003, as Kevin Fisher. In 2005, Greg won a Daytime Emmy as Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. He was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in the same category in 2006 and 2007.

Greg grew up on Staten Island, N.Y. and has an older sister, Keri. He graduated with honors from Villanova University in Pennsylvania. While in college, he spent a semester in Washington, D.C., interning on Capitol Hill.

After moving to Hollywood to pursue his career as an actor, Greg began training with Howard Fine and early in his career he appeared in shows including As If, Grounded For Life, That's Life, Gilmore Girls and Strong Medicine.

Prior to landing the role of Kevin, Rikaart had a recurring role on Dawson's Creek. He has also appeared in the feature films X-Men 2 and Prey for Rock and Roll. Most recently, he guest-starred on episodes of The Closer and CSI:Miami.
 

Michael Traynor

Michael Traynor

"Waiter Guy"

Michael Traynor

  "Waiter Guy"

Michael can be seen in leading roles in the features CRY FUNNY HAPPY (Sundance Film Festival), A NECESSARY DEATH (SXSW Film Festival), and in the upcoming feature A PERFECT GETAWAY (Relativity Media/MGM). In addition, he has done numerous sketch shows at The Second City in Los Angeles, has been a script doctor for high profile video game titles, and has an unparalleled love of gingerbread....mmmm, fresh, fresh gingerbread.

James Kee

James Kee

"Dr. James Kee"

James Kee

  "Dr. James Kee"

Aaron Staton

Aaron Staton

"Bruce"

Aaron Staton

  "Bruce"

Aaron Staton made his Broadway debut in Mamma Mia, and he then went on to star in the title role of the Manhattan Theatre Club's production of The American Pilot. He soon can be seen in Steven Soderbergh's Guerilla, as well as in The Nanny Diaries and with Jonathan Rhys Meyers in August Rush, which was directed by Kirsten Sheridan. Aaron had appeared on Law and Order: SVU, Seventh Heaven and Without a Trace. Other t.v. credits include playing Ken Cosgrove on the Golden Globe-winning television show Mad Men on AMC. Staton, a 2004 graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater. He and his wife, Connie, live in Los Angeles.

Sam Page

Sam Page

"Riley"

Sam Page

  "Riley"

Sam Page starred as a handsome District Attorney with a heart of gold on the new CBS drama SHARK. Aside from portraying an attorney with morals on a weekly basis, further testament to his acting ability was being able to hold his own alongside co-star James Woods. He is a recurring character on the critically acclaimed AMC drama MAN MEN.

He has since completed production on the Spike TV original telefilm RED LINE, followed by the independent drama feature FALLING UP.

Whether swimming with sharks or maneuvering throughout the supernatural events on the short-lived, yet critically-acclaimed POINT PLEASANT, Page continued to impress in a variety of roles. Additional credits include recurring arcs on the likes of AMERICAN DREAMS, SEVENTH HEAVEN, and Ryan Murphy’s scathing look into the high school experience, POPULAR.

Page’s popularity likely originates from his role on the daytime drama ALL MY CHILDREN which garnered him a slot amongst People Magazine’s “Most Eligible Bachelors.” Born in Milwaukee, Page earned himself a B.A. degree in ecology and evolutionary biology from prestigious Princeton University where he also played baseball. Upon graduation, he moved to Manhattan to focus on his acting career. He eventually moved west to Los Angeles where he currently resides.
 

Brittany Ishibashi

Brittany Ishibashi

"Brittany"

Brittany Ishibashi

  "Brittany"

Raised in "the real OC", Brittany discovered her love of performance at the tender age of 6 while putting on front yard shows for all of her friends, real and imaginary. In addition to her consistent work in tv, film and theatre, Brittany is also collaborating on a new musical with her family (who all happen to have the artsy bug). Recent guest spots include Journeyman, Greys Anatomy, Supernatural and The Office.

Charlie Koznick

Charlie Koznick

"Father Grant"

Charlie Koznick

  "Father Grant"

Charlie was born and raised in the great state of Minnesota, where alpine ski racing was a large part of his life growing up. His only sister is a three- time Olympian in women's slalom and giant slalom events. Koznick attended St. Thomas Military Academy High School. By the time he graduated, he knew that continuing to ski race was not in the cards for him.

Charlie went on to attend the University of San Diego. He graduated with a degree in finance and a minor in philosophy. It wasn't until his senior year that he even thought about the acting profession. On a random weekend trip up to Los Angeles from San Diego, Koznick caught the acting bug and hasn't been able to shake it since.

Charlie had a very successful start to his career. The past two seasons he had a recurring role on NBC's "Las Vegas," playing Dean Cain's younger brother. Some of his other tv credits include recurring roles on "Veronica Mars" and "Joan of Arcadia." Koznick also has guest starred on "CSI: NY" and "The District." Next Summer he plays Rick in Nowhereland starring Eddie Murphy.
 

Chandra West

Chandra West

"Chandra"

Chandra West

  "Chandra"

Chandra West has been keeping herself busy in both feature films and television. She recently wrapped a recurring role on FOX’s “90210”, the Hallmark film “Saving Grace” and was just seen in the Lifetime Original film “Of Murder and Memory” based on the best selling novel “Who Named the Knife” by Linda Spalding. West portrays a prisoner serving a life term who bonds with a former juror on her case. The film will air later this year.

She has also recently co-starred in the HBO series “John From Cincinnati” created by David Milch, portraying a porn star returning to town to reconnect with her young son. In a more comedic turn, West had a supporting role in the feature film I Now Pronounce you Chuck and Larry opposite Adam Sandler for Universal.

In addition, West starred in the independent film Badland directed by Francesco Lucente. She plays a small town waitress unaware that she is harboring a fugitive in her home. Vinessa Shaw and British actor Jamie Draven co-star in the film.

Previously, West has had the distinction of portraying the on-screen wife of two former Batman’s. In Universal’s dramatic thriller White Noise she communicated from beyond with her bereaved husband Michael Keaton. In similar fashion, she was taken from her adoring spouse Val Kilmer in Castle Rock’s The Salton Sea.

No stranger to the small screen, West portrayed the recurring character of Mark-Paul Gosselaar’s troubled girlfriend on the ABC series “NYPD Blue”, and co-starred in the short lived but critically acclaimed NBC series “Mr. Sterling” opposite Josh Brolin. Other television work includes a starring role in the highly rated CBS mini series “Category 6: Day of Destruction” with Brian Dennehy and Dianne Weist and “The 70’s” produced by Denise DiNovi for NBC.

Additional feature film credits include the 20th Century Fox film The First Twenty Million is Always the Hardest with Rosario Dawson and The Toronto Film Festival’s official selection The Perfect Son.
 

Billy Aaron Brown

Billy Aaron Brown

"Ben"

Billy Aaron Brown

  "Ben"

Billy Brown left his native Iowa, at the age of 18, to pursue is acting career and conquer Hollywood.

Billy began his career as the most overused love interest in the Olsen Twin movies. He has had numerous roles on television and had fun exploring his nerd side in Jeepers Creepers 2. Billy also had a recurring role as Kyle, in 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, starring John Ritter. You can look for Billy in the upcoming feature “The Strip”.
 

Sam Riegel

Sam Riegel

Additional Writing

Sam Riegel

  Additional Writing

Sam is a comedy writer and actor living in Los Angeles, whose writing credits include television projects for Spike TV, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon. Recently, Sam co-created and produced the Webby Award honoree series “Cooking to Get Lucky” with IB’s own Andrew Miller, Eden Riegel and Quyen Tran (DP). And if you’ve spent any time online, you might have caught Sam and his writing partner Rob Blatt starring in their viral hit music video, “Weekend Plans.” Sam also does loads of cartoon voices, including Donatello on the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” Fox series.

Bo Price

Bo Price

Additional Writing

Bo Price

  Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

Jeff Ploiquin

Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

  Additional Writing

Jeff Poliquin worked as a writer on the “Borat” movie as well as on the second season of “Lil’ Bush” for Comedy Central and the animated series, “Free for All” for Showtime. He wrote episode 9 of the popular web series “Imaginary Bitches” in addition to a variety of television and feature projects for Fox, CBS, Universal and Warner Brothers.

He was nominated for a 2007 Writers Guild Award for his writing on “The Simpsons Video Game.”
 

Nichole Millard

Nichole Millard

Additional Writing

Nichole Millard

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Kathryn Price

Kathryn Price

Additional Writing

Kathryn Price

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Quyen Tran

Quyen Tran

Director of Photography

Quyen Tran

  Director of Photography

At UCLA, Quyen won Best Cinematography three years in a row, photographing numerous short films which have screened at festivals including Telluride, Los Angeles Film Festival, and Tribeca among others. In the last couple years since graduating she has shot films in South Africa, Thailand, Iowa and Vietnam.
Quyen recently completed Quentin Lee's narrative feature THE PEOPLE I'VE SLEPT WITH, starring Wilson Cruz and Karin Anna Cheung. She is currently shooting a feature length documentary with director Grace Lee, and also about to shoot a feature starring Rebecca Hall and Jason Ritter in August.
 

Tatiana S. Riegel

Tatiana S. Riegel

Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel

  Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel A.C.E. is currently editing THE MEN WHO STARE AT GOATS, directed by Grant Heslov. Riegel's other feature credits include the critical hit LARS AND THE REAL GIRL, directed by Craig Gillespie. She was the second editor on Paul Thomas Anderson's THERE WILL BE BLOOD, editor on Wim Wenders' THE MILLION DOLLAR HOTEL and co-editor on Gregg Araki's SPLENDOR. This year, Riegel received an ACE Eddie award for her work on the HBO film PU-239, directed by Scott Z. Burns.

Riegel recently completed THE UNITED STATES OF TARA, a pilot for Showtime created and produced by Steven Spielberg and Diablo Cody. It stars Toni Colette and was directed by Craig Gillespie. Riegel's work can also be seen on the NBC pilot episode of MY OWN WORST ENEMY, starring Christian Slater and the pilot of THE CLEANER, both directed by David Semel.

Other credits include the popular Fox series HOUSE, AMERICAN DREAMS for NBC and several pilots including PASADENA, directed by Diane Keaton for Fox.

Riegel began her career as apprentice editor on the indie sleeper, RIVER'S EDGE and was first assistant editor on Quentin Tarantino's PULP FICTION, FOUR ROOMS and the Associate Editor on JACKIE BROWN.
 

Alex Puro

Alex Puro

Original Music

Alex Puro

  Original Music

Ben Harrison

Ben Harrison

Theme Music

Ben Harrison

  Theme Music

Tibo Barbillon

Tibo Barbillon

Additional Music

Tibo Barbillon

  Additional Music

Dan Mock

Dan Mock

Additional Music

Dan Mock

  Additional Music

Dorado Sound

Dorado Sound

Additional Music

Dorado Sound

  Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

Mr. Lexicon

Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

  Additional Music

Angie Pop

Angie Pop

Gaffer

Angie Pop

  Gaffer

John Borges

John Borges

First Assistant Director

John Borges

  First Assistant Director

Mark Williams

Mark Williams

Sound Editor

Mark Williams

  Sound Editor

Alexey Mohr

Alexey Mohr

Re-recording Mixer

Alexey Mohr

  Re-recording Mixer

Tom Diasio

Tom Diasio

Color Timing

Tom Diasio

  Color Timing

Tara Devlin

Tara Devlin

Logo Design

Tara Devlin

  Logo Design

Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller

Creator, Writer/Director

Andrew Miller

  Creator, Writer/Director

Miller began his career as an actor at age 16 in Toronto, Canada. Early theater roles include Moritz Stiefel in Frank Wedekind's Spring Awakening and Eugene Morris Jerome in Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs. Film roles include Simon in “South of Wawa”, written by bestselling Canadian novelist Lori Lansens, Kazan, the autistic man, in Vincenzo Natali's “Cube”, and Donald in “Oh, What a Night”, for which he was nominated for a 1992 Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor. He also co-starred with Barbara Hershey and Tom Berringer in “Last of the Dogmen”.

As a screenwriter, Miller co-wrote the films Simon Sez, starring Dennis Rodman and Dane Cook and Miramax Pictures' Boys and Girls, Starring Freddie Prinze, Jr., Claire Forlani, and Jason Biggs. He also co-wrote Vincenzo Natali's independently produced feature film, Nothing, in which he also starred starred opposite childhood friend David Hewlett.
 

Seth Adam Cohen

Seth Adam Cohen

Producer

Seth Adam Cohen

  Producer

Judson Morgan

Judson Morgan

Producer

Judson Morgan

  Producer

Eden Riegel

Eden Riegel

"Eden"

Eden Riegel

  "Eden"

Eden played Bianca Montgomery on ABC’s “All My Children,” a role which garnered her a Daytime Emmy award and four Emmy nominations. She grew up in New York City, making her Broadway debut at age seven in Les Misérables. Eden went on to perform extensively in theater, television, and film. TV appearances include “Law and Order,” “American Dreams,” and “New York Undercover.” Eden can be seen in American Pie, and heard in DreamWorks’ animated film The Prince of Egypt. She recently completed work on the upcoming Judd Apatow film The Year One starring Jack Black and Michael Cera.

Brooke Nevin

Brooke Nevin

"Brooke"

Brooke Nevin

  "Brooke"

This is the first time Brooke has acted with imaginary people, but she’s had a wealth of experience playing pretend. Most recently, Brooke appeared as the very real sister Chloe on the CBS sitcom, “Worst Week”, pretended to be David Koechner’s daughter in Fox Atomic’s sports comedy “The Comebacks”. She stars alongside James LeGros, Michael Shulman and Enrico Colantini in the independent feature “Sherman’s Way”, winner of the Audience Award for Best Feature - 2008 Cinequest Film Festival and part of the official selection for the Newport Beach Film Festival this year.

Brooke has just complete filming the Hallmark Original movie, “Wedding Dance”. Brooke has also appeared in numerous guest roles on tv shows including Grey’s Anatomy, Eli Stone, My Boys, Without A Trace, Smallville, Charmed and as a series regular in USA Network’s The 4400. She will also be starring in Icon Productions’ upcoming feature “Infestation”, slated for release this fall.
 

Elizabeth Hendrickson

Elizabeth Hendrickson

"Lizzie"

Elizabeth Hendrickson

  "Lizzie"

A native of New York, Hendrickson showed an interest in performing on stage at an early age.

Soon after studying Musical Theater at Syracuse University and attending Fordham University, where she majored in Communications. Hendrickson's first big break came when she was cast as Frankie Stone on "All My Children." Her role as Maggie Stone, the character's identical twin and love interest of Bianca Montgomery (Eden Riegel), launched the character into iconic status and garnered her critical acclaim.

In 2005 Elizabeth moved to California to continue her career in television and landed roles on such shows as " "Medium," "Cold Case", "CSI: Miami" and "Criminal Minds." 

She is currently enjoying playing the role of Chloe Mitchell on The Young & The Restless, a dynamic fashion guru hired by Jabot to work on the Fresh Face of Jabot photo shoots. 

Other credits include In the Weeds (pilot) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Searching For Bobby DeNiro.
 

Connie Fletcher Staton

Connie Fletcher Staton

"Connie"

Connie Fletcher Staton

  "Connie"

Originally from Jacksonville, Florida, Connie received a BFA from Boston University in Acting and a minor in Art History. She played Erin Lavery on the daytime drama "All My Children" and currently lives in LA with her husband, Aaron. This is her internet debut.

Jessalyn Gilsig

Jessalyn Gilsig

"Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig

  "Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig had the distinction of simultaneously starring in two of television’s most acclaimed drama series – the Golden Globe-winning “Best Drama” NIP/TUCK and Brett Ratner’s breakout FOX drama PRISON BREAK as Dominic Purcell’s ex-wife. On NIP/TUCK, a show that has simmered since its inception, Gilsig portrays feisty Gina Russo to Julian McMahon’s slick Dr. Troy. The show garnered Gilsig “near genius” reviews and impressed in the ratings as well; enough to garner her additional stand-out recurring roles on NBC’s hit dramas HEROES as the cheerleaders’s mother, and on FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS. She most recently had a recurring role as possible love interest to Gary Sinise’s character on CSI: NY.

No stranger to acclaimed programming, audiences also know Gilsig as strong-willed Social Studies teacher Lauren Davis on BOSTON PUBLIC, a role that creator David E. Kelly had created with she in mind. Gilsig had also achieved series regular status on his SNOOPS, as well as an arc on THE PRACTICE. More recently, she recurred as a detective on Steven Bochco’s NYPD BLUE, and guest starred on an upcoming edition of LAW & ORDER.

Also impressive are Gilsig’s film credits. She recently appeared as Brittany Snow’s aunt in Screen Gem’s hit remake of the PROM NIGHT thriller, and returned from Toronto where she filmed the action/thriller XIII alongside Val Kilmer and Stephen Dorff. Gilsig has also worked with the likes of Robert Redford on THE HORSE WHISPERER, and appeared as Sally Field’s daughter in Showtime’s A COOLER CLIMATE. She took to the ice for the Canadian hockey drama CHICKS WITH STICKS with Jason Priestley, starred for the Weitz brothers in the mockumentary SEE THIS MOVIE, and also starred opposite Robert Carlyle in Lionsgate’s FLOOD.

A Montreal native, Gilsig honed her talents at Harvard University’s prestigious American Repertory Theatre. Hence, an extensive list of stage credits includes the off-Broadway productions of “Fifth of July,” in which she starred opposite Robert Sean Leonard and Parker Posey, “Gun Shy,” and “Mere Mortals

Gilsig is currently starring in the FOX series, GLEE.
 

Greg Rikaart

Greg Rikaart

"Mark"

Greg Rikaart

  "Mark"

Greg joined The Young and the Restless in June, 2003, as Kevin Fisher. In 2005, Greg won a Daytime Emmy as Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. He was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in the same category in 2006 and 2007.

Greg grew up on Staten Island, N.Y. and has an older sister, Keri. He graduated with honors from Villanova University in Pennsylvania. While in college, he spent a semester in Washington, D.C., interning on Capitol Hill.

After moving to Hollywood to pursue his career as an actor, Greg began training with Howard Fine and early in his career he appeared in shows including As If, Grounded For Life, That's Life, Gilmore Girls and Strong Medicine.

Prior to landing the role of Kevin, Rikaart had a recurring role on Dawson's Creek. He has also appeared in the feature films X-Men 2 and Prey for Rock and Roll. Most recently, he guest-starred on episodes of The Closer and CSI:Miami.
 

Michael Traynor

Michael Traynor

"Waiter Guy"

Michael Traynor

  "Waiter Guy"

Michael can be seen in leading roles in the features CRY FUNNY HAPPY (Sundance Film Festival), A NECESSARY DEATH (SXSW Film Festival), and in the upcoming feature A PERFECT GETAWAY (Relativity Media/MGM). In addition, he has done numerous sketch shows at The Second City in Los Angeles, has been a script doctor for high profile video game titles, and has an unparalleled love of gingerbread....mmmm, fresh, fresh gingerbread.

James Kee

James Kee

"Dr. James Kee"

James Kee

  "Dr. James Kee"

Aaron Staton

Aaron Staton

"Bruce"

Aaron Staton

  "Bruce"

Aaron Staton made his Broadway debut in Mamma Mia, and he then went on to star in the title role of the Manhattan Theatre Club's production of The American Pilot. He soon can be seen in Steven Soderbergh's Guerilla, as well as in The Nanny Diaries and with Jonathan Rhys Meyers in August Rush, which was directed by Kirsten Sheridan. Aaron had appeared on Law and Order: SVU, Seventh Heaven and Without a Trace. Other t.v. credits include playing Ken Cosgrove on the Golden Globe-winning television show Mad Men on AMC. Staton, a 2004 graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater. He and his wife, Connie, live in Los Angeles.

Sam Page

Sam Page

"Riley"

Sam Page

  "Riley"

Sam Page starred as a handsome District Attorney with a heart of gold on the new CBS drama SHARK. Aside from portraying an attorney with morals on a weekly basis, further testament to his acting ability was being able to hold his own alongside co-star James Woods. He is a recurring character on the critically acclaimed AMC drama MAN MEN.

He has since completed production on the Spike TV original telefilm RED LINE, followed by the independent drama feature FALLING UP.

Whether swimming with sharks or maneuvering throughout the supernatural events on the short-lived, yet critically-acclaimed POINT PLEASANT, Page continued to impress in a variety of roles. Additional credits include recurring arcs on the likes of AMERICAN DREAMS, SEVENTH HEAVEN, and Ryan Murphy’s scathing look into the high school experience, POPULAR.

Page’s popularity likely originates from his role on the daytime drama ALL MY CHILDREN which garnered him a slot amongst People Magazine’s “Most Eligible Bachelors.” Born in Milwaukee, Page earned himself a B.A. degree in ecology and evolutionary biology from prestigious Princeton University where he also played baseball. Upon graduation, he moved to Manhattan to focus on his acting career. He eventually moved west to Los Angeles where he currently resides.
 

Brittany Ishibashi

Brittany Ishibashi

"Brittany"

Brittany Ishibashi

  "Brittany"

Raised in "the real OC", Brittany discovered her love of performance at the tender age of 6 while putting on front yard shows for all of her friends, real and imaginary. In addition to her consistent work in tv, film and theatre, Brittany is also collaborating on a new musical with her family (who all happen to have the artsy bug). Recent guest spots include Journeyman, Greys Anatomy, Supernatural and The Office.

Charlie Koznick

Charlie Koznick

"Father Grant"

Charlie Koznick

  "Father Grant"

Charlie was born and raised in the great state of Minnesota, where alpine ski racing was a large part of his life growing up. His only sister is a three- time Olympian in women's slalom and giant slalom events. Koznick attended St. Thomas Military Academy High School. By the time he graduated, he knew that continuing to ski race was not in the cards for him.

Charlie went on to attend the University of San Diego. He graduated with a degree in finance and a minor in philosophy. It wasn't until his senior year that he even thought about the acting profession. On a random weekend trip up to Los Angeles from San Diego, Koznick caught the acting bug and hasn't been able to shake it since.

Charlie had a very successful start to his career. The past two seasons he had a recurring role on NBC's "Las Vegas," playing Dean Cain's younger brother. Some of his other tv credits include recurring roles on "Veronica Mars" and "Joan of Arcadia." Koznick also has guest starred on "CSI: NY" and "The District." Next Summer he plays Rick in Nowhereland starring Eddie Murphy.
 

Chandra West

Chandra West

"Chandra"

Chandra West

  "Chandra"

Chandra West has been keeping herself busy in both feature films and television. She recently wrapped a recurring role on FOX’s “90210”, the Hallmark film “Saving Grace” and was just seen in the Lifetime Original film “Of Murder and Memory” based on the best selling novel “Who Named the Knife” by Linda Spalding. West portrays a prisoner serving a life term who bonds with a former juror on her case. The film will air later this year.

She has also recently co-starred in the HBO series “John From Cincinnati” created by David Milch, portraying a porn star returning to town to reconnect with her young son. In a more comedic turn, West had a supporting role in the feature film I Now Pronounce you Chuck and Larry opposite Adam Sandler for Universal.

In addition, West starred in the independent film Badland directed by Francesco Lucente. She plays a small town waitress unaware that she is harboring a fugitive in her home. Vinessa Shaw and British actor Jamie Draven co-star in the film.

Previously, West has had the distinction of portraying the on-screen wife of two former Batman’s. In Universal’s dramatic thriller White Noise she communicated from beyond with her bereaved husband Michael Keaton. In similar fashion, she was taken from her adoring spouse Val Kilmer in Castle Rock’s The Salton Sea.

No stranger to the small screen, West portrayed the recurring character of Mark-Paul Gosselaar’s troubled girlfriend on the ABC series “NYPD Blue”, and co-starred in the short lived but critically acclaimed NBC series “Mr. Sterling” opposite Josh Brolin. Other television work includes a starring role in the highly rated CBS mini series “Category 6: Day of Destruction” with Brian Dennehy and Dianne Weist and “The 70’s” produced by Denise DiNovi for NBC.

Additional feature film credits include the 20th Century Fox film The First Twenty Million is Always the Hardest with Rosario Dawson and The Toronto Film Festival’s official selection The Perfect Son.
 

Billy Aaron Brown

Billy Aaron Brown

"Ben"

Billy Aaron Brown

  "Ben"

Billy Brown left his native Iowa, at the age of 18, to pursue is acting career and conquer Hollywood.

Billy began his career as the most overused love interest in the Olsen Twin movies. He has had numerous roles on television and had fun exploring his nerd side in Jeepers Creepers 2. Billy also had a recurring role as Kyle, in 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, starring John Ritter. You can look for Billy in the upcoming feature “The Strip”.
 

Sam Riegel

Sam Riegel

Additional Writing

Sam Riegel

  Additional Writing

Sam is a comedy writer and actor living in Los Angeles, whose writing credits include television projects for Spike TV, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon. Recently, Sam co-created and produced the Webby Award honoree series “Cooking to Get Lucky” with IB’s own Andrew Miller, Eden Riegel and Quyen Tran (DP). And if you’ve spent any time online, you might have caught Sam and his writing partner Rob Blatt starring in their viral hit music video, “Weekend Plans.” Sam also does loads of cartoon voices, including Donatello on the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” Fox series.

Bo Price

Bo Price

Additional Writing

Bo Price

  Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

Jeff Ploiquin

Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

  Additional Writing

Jeff Poliquin worked as a writer on the “Borat” movie as well as on the second season of “Lil’ Bush” for Comedy Central and the animated series, “Free for All” for Showtime. He wrote episode 9 of the popular web series “Imaginary Bitches” in addition to a variety of television and feature projects for Fox, CBS, Universal and Warner Brothers.

He was nominated for a 2007 Writers Guild Award for his writing on “The Simpsons Video Game.”
 

Nichole Millard

Nichole Millard

Additional Writing

Nichole Millard

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Kathryn Price

Kathryn Price

Additional Writing

Kathryn Price

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Quyen Tran

Quyen Tran

Director of Photography

Quyen Tran

  Director of Photography

At UCLA, Quyen won Best Cinematography three years in a row, photographing numerous short films which have screened at festivals including Telluride, Los Angeles Film Festival, and Tribeca among others. In the last couple years since graduating she has shot films in South Africa, Thailand, Iowa and Vietnam.
Quyen recently completed Quentin Lee's narrative feature THE PEOPLE I'VE SLEPT WITH, starring Wilson Cruz and Karin Anna Cheung. She is currently shooting a feature length documentary with director Grace Lee, and also about to shoot a feature starring Rebecca Hall and Jason Ritter in August.
 

Tatiana S. Riegel

Tatiana S. Riegel

Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel

  Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel A.C.E. is currently editing THE MEN WHO STARE AT GOATS, directed by Grant Heslov. Riegel's other feature credits include the critical hit LARS AND THE REAL GIRL, directed by Craig Gillespie. She was the second editor on Paul Thomas Anderson's THERE WILL BE BLOOD, editor on Wim Wenders' THE MILLION DOLLAR HOTEL and co-editor on Gregg Araki's SPLENDOR. This year, Riegel received an ACE Eddie award for her work on the HBO film PU-239, directed by Scott Z. Burns.

Riegel recently completed THE UNITED STATES OF TARA, a pilot for Showtime created and produced by Steven Spielberg and Diablo Cody. It stars Toni Colette and was directed by Craig Gillespie. Riegel's work can also be seen on the NBC pilot episode of MY OWN WORST ENEMY, starring Christian Slater and the pilot of THE CLEANER, both directed by David Semel.

Other credits include the popular Fox series HOUSE, AMERICAN DREAMS for NBC and several pilots including PASADENA, directed by Diane Keaton for Fox.

Riegel began her career as apprentice editor on the indie sleeper, RIVER'S EDGE and was first assistant editor on Quentin Tarantino's PULP FICTION, FOUR ROOMS and the Associate Editor on JACKIE BROWN.
 

Alex Puro

Alex Puro

Original Music

Alex Puro

  Original Music

Ben Harrison

Ben Harrison

Theme Music

Ben Harrison

  Theme Music

Tibo Barbillon

Tibo Barbillon

Additional Music

Tibo Barbillon

  Additional Music

Dan Mock

Dan Mock

Additional Music

Dan Mock

  Additional Music

Dorado Sound

Dorado Sound

Additional Music

Dorado Sound

  Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

Mr. Lexicon

Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

  Additional Music

Angie Pop

Angie Pop

Gaffer

Angie Pop

  Gaffer

John Borges

John Borges

First Assistant Director

John Borges

  First Assistant Director

Mark Williams

Mark Williams

Sound Editor

Mark Williams

  Sound Editor

Alexey Mohr

Alexey Mohr

Re-recording Mixer

Alexey Mohr

  Re-recording Mixer

Tom Diasio

Tom Diasio

Color Timing

Tom Diasio

  Color Timing

Tara Devlin

Tara Devlin

Logo Design

Tara Devlin

  Logo Design

Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller

Creator, Writer/Director

Andrew Miller

  Creator, Writer/Director

Miller began his career as an actor at age 16 in Toronto, Canada. Early theater roles include Moritz Stiefel in Frank Wedekind's Spring Awakening and Eugene Morris Jerome in Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs. Film roles include Simon in “South of Wawa”, written by bestselling Canadian novelist Lori Lansens, Kazan, the autistic man, in Vincenzo Natali's “Cube”, and Donald in “Oh, What a Night”, for which he was nominated for a 1992 Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor. He also co-starred with Barbara Hershey and Tom Berringer in “Last of the Dogmen”.

As a screenwriter, Miller co-wrote the films Simon Sez, starring Dennis Rodman and Dane Cook and Miramax Pictures' Boys and Girls, Starring Freddie Prinze, Jr., Claire Forlani, and Jason Biggs. He also co-wrote Vincenzo Natali's independently produced feature film, Nothing, in which he also starred starred opposite childhood friend David Hewlett.
 

Seth Adam Cohen

Seth Adam Cohen

Producer

Seth Adam Cohen

  Producer

Judson Morgan

Judson Morgan

Producer

Judson Morgan

  Producer

Eden Riegel

Eden Riegel

"Eden"

Eden Riegel

  "Eden"

Eden played Bianca Montgomery on ABC’s “All My Children,” a role which garnered her a Daytime Emmy award and four Emmy nominations. She grew up in New York City, making her Broadway debut at age seven in Les Misérables. Eden went on to perform extensively in theater, television, and film. TV appearances include “Law and Order,” “American Dreams,” and “New York Undercover.” Eden can be seen in American Pie, and heard in DreamWorks’ animated film The Prince of Egypt. She recently completed work on the upcoming Judd Apatow film The Year One starring Jack Black and Michael Cera.

Brooke Nevin

Brooke Nevin

"Brooke"

Brooke Nevin

  "Brooke"

This is the first time Brooke has acted with imaginary people, but she’s had a wealth of experience playing pretend. Most recently, Brooke appeared as the very real sister Chloe on the CBS sitcom, “Worst Week”, pretended to be David Koechner’s daughter in Fox Atomic’s sports comedy “The Comebacks”. She stars alongside James LeGros, Michael Shulman and Enrico Colantini in the independent feature “Sherman’s Way”, winner of the Audience Award for Best Feature - 2008 Cinequest Film Festival and part of the official selection for the Newport Beach Film Festival this year.

Brooke has just complete filming the Hallmark Original movie, “Wedding Dance”. Brooke has also appeared in numerous guest roles on tv shows including Grey’s Anatomy, Eli Stone, My Boys, Without A Trace, Smallville, Charmed and as a series regular in USA Network’s The 4400. She will also be starring in Icon Productions’ upcoming feature “Infestation”, slated for release this fall.
 

Elizabeth Hendrickson

Elizabeth Hendrickson

"Lizzie"

Elizabeth Hendrickson

  "Lizzie"

A native of New York, Hendrickson showed an interest in performing on stage at an early age.

Soon after studying Musical Theater at Syracuse University and attending Fordham University, where she majored in Communications. Hendrickson's first big break came when she was cast as Frankie Stone on "All My Children." Her role as Maggie Stone, the character's identical twin and love interest of Bianca Montgomery (Eden Riegel), launched the character into iconic status and garnered her critical acclaim.

In 2005 Elizabeth moved to California to continue her career in television and landed roles on such shows as " "Medium," "Cold Case", "CSI: Miami" and "Criminal Minds." 

She is currently enjoying playing the role of Chloe Mitchell on The Young & The Restless, a dynamic fashion guru hired by Jabot to work on the Fresh Face of Jabot photo shoots. 

Other credits include In the Weeds (pilot) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Searching For Bobby DeNiro.
 

Connie Fletcher Staton

Connie Fletcher Staton

"Connie"

Connie Fletcher Staton

  "Connie"

Originally from Jacksonville, Florida, Connie received a BFA from Boston University in Acting and a minor in Art History. She played Erin Lavery on the daytime drama "All My Children" and currently lives in LA with her husband, Aaron. This is her internet debut.

Jessalyn Gilsig

Jessalyn Gilsig

"Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig

  "Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig had the distinction of simultaneously starring in two of television’s most acclaimed drama series – the Golden Globe-winning “Best Drama” NIP/TUCK and Brett Ratner’s breakout FOX drama PRISON BREAK as Dominic Purcell’s ex-wife. On NIP/TUCK, a show that has simmered since its inception, Gilsig portrays feisty Gina Russo to Julian McMahon’s slick Dr. Troy. The show garnered Gilsig “near genius” reviews and impressed in the ratings as well; enough to garner her additional stand-out recurring roles on NBC’s hit dramas HEROES as the cheerleaders’s mother, and on FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS. She most recently had a recurring role as possible love interest to Gary Sinise’s character on CSI: NY.

No stranger to acclaimed programming, audiences also know Gilsig as strong-willed Social Studies teacher Lauren Davis on BOSTON PUBLIC, a role that creator David E. Kelly had created with she in mind. Gilsig had also achieved series regular status on his SNOOPS, as well as an arc on THE PRACTICE. More recently, she recurred as a detective on Steven Bochco’s NYPD BLUE, and guest starred on an upcoming edition of LAW & ORDER.

Also impressive are Gilsig’s film credits. She recently appeared as Brittany Snow’s aunt in Screen Gem’s hit remake of the PROM NIGHT thriller, and returned from Toronto where she filmed the action/thriller XIII alongside Val Kilmer and Stephen Dorff. Gilsig has also worked with the likes of Robert Redford on THE HORSE WHISPERER, and appeared as Sally Field’s daughter in Showtime’s A COOLER CLIMATE. She took to the ice for the Canadian hockey drama CHICKS WITH STICKS with Jason Priestley, starred for the Weitz brothers in the mockumentary SEE THIS MOVIE, and also starred opposite Robert Carlyle in Lionsgate’s FLOOD.

A Montreal native, Gilsig honed her talents at Harvard University’s prestigious American Repertory Theatre. Hence, an extensive list of stage credits includes the off-Broadway productions of “Fifth of July,” in which she starred opposite Robert Sean Leonard and Parker Posey, “Gun Shy,” and “Mere Mortals

Gilsig is currently starring in the FOX series, GLEE.
 

Greg Rikaart

Greg Rikaart

"Mark"

Greg Rikaart

  "Mark"

Greg joined The Young and the Restless in June, 2003, as Kevin Fisher. In 2005, Greg won a Daytime Emmy as Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. He was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in the same category in 2006 and 2007.

Greg grew up on Staten Island, N.Y. and has an older sister, Keri. He graduated with honors from Villanova University in Pennsylvania. While in college, he spent a semester in Washington, D.C., interning on Capitol Hill.

After moving to Hollywood to pursue his career as an actor, Greg began training with Howard Fine and early in his career he appeared in shows including As If, Grounded For Life, That's Life, Gilmore Girls and Strong Medicine.

Prior to landing the role of Kevin, Rikaart had a recurring role on Dawson's Creek. He has also appeared in the feature films X-Men 2 and Prey for Rock and Roll. Most recently, he guest-starred on episodes of The Closer and CSI:Miami.
 

Michael Traynor

Michael Traynor

"Waiter Guy"

Michael Traynor

  "Waiter Guy"

Michael can be seen in leading roles in the features CRY FUNNY HAPPY (Sundance Film Festival), A NECESSARY DEATH (SXSW Film Festival), and in the upcoming feature A PERFECT GETAWAY (Relativity Media/MGM). In addition, he has done numerous sketch shows at The Second City in Los Angeles, has been a script doctor for high profile video game titles, and has an unparalleled love of gingerbread....mmmm, fresh, fresh gingerbread.

James Kee

James Kee

"Dr. James Kee"

James Kee

  "Dr. James Kee"

Aaron Staton

Aaron Staton

"Bruce"

Aaron Staton

  "Bruce"

Aaron Staton made his Broadway debut in Mamma Mia, and he then went on to star in the title role of the Manhattan Theatre Club's production of The American Pilot. He soon can be seen in Steven Soderbergh's Guerilla, as well as in The Nanny Diaries and with Jonathan Rhys Meyers in August Rush, which was directed by Kirsten Sheridan. Aaron had appeared on Law and Order: SVU, Seventh Heaven and Without a Trace. Other t.v. credits include playing Ken Cosgrove on the Golden Globe-winning television show Mad Men on AMC. Staton, a 2004 graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater. He and his wife, Connie, live in Los Angeles.

Sam Page

Sam Page

"Riley"

Sam Page

  "Riley"

Sam Page starred as a handsome District Attorney with a heart of gold on the new CBS drama SHARK. Aside from portraying an attorney with morals on a weekly basis, further testament to his acting ability was being able to hold his own alongside co-star James Woods. He is a recurring character on the critically acclaimed AMC drama MAN MEN.

He has since completed production on the Spike TV original telefilm RED LINE, followed by the independent drama feature FALLING UP.

Whether swimming with sharks or maneuvering throughout the supernatural events on the short-lived, yet critically-acclaimed POINT PLEASANT, Page continued to impress in a variety of roles. Additional credits include recurring arcs on the likes of AMERICAN DREAMS, SEVENTH HEAVEN, and Ryan Murphy’s scathing look into the high school experience, POPULAR.

Page’s popularity likely originates from his role on the daytime drama ALL MY CHILDREN which garnered him a slot amongst People Magazine’s “Most Eligible Bachelors.” Born in Milwaukee, Page earned himself a B.A. degree in ecology and evolutionary biology from prestigious Princeton University where he also played baseball. Upon graduation, he moved to Manhattan to focus on his acting career. He eventually moved west to Los Angeles where he currently resides.
 

Brittany Ishibashi

Brittany Ishibashi

"Brittany"

Brittany Ishibashi

  "Brittany"

Raised in "the real OC", Brittany discovered her love of performance at the tender age of 6 while putting on front yard shows for all of her friends, real and imaginary. In addition to her consistent work in tv, film and theatre, Brittany is also collaborating on a new musical with her family (who all happen to have the artsy bug). Recent guest spots include Journeyman, Greys Anatomy, Supernatural and The Office.

Charlie Koznick

Charlie Koznick

"Father Grant"

Charlie Koznick

  "Father Grant"

Charlie was born and raised in the great state of Minnesota, where alpine ski racing was a large part of his life growing up. His only sister is a three- time Olympian in women's slalom and giant slalom events. Koznick attended St. Thomas Military Academy High School. By the time he graduated, he knew that continuing to ski race was not in the cards for him.

Charlie went on to attend the University of San Diego. He graduated with a degree in finance and a minor in philosophy. It wasn't until his senior year that he even thought about the acting profession. On a random weekend trip up to Los Angeles from San Diego, Koznick caught the acting bug and hasn't been able to shake it since.

Charlie had a very successful start to his career. The past two seasons he had a recurring role on NBC's "Las Vegas," playing Dean Cain's younger brother. Some of his other tv credits include recurring roles on "Veronica Mars" and "Joan of Arcadia." Koznick also has guest starred on "CSI: NY" and "The District." Next Summer he plays Rick in Nowhereland starring Eddie Murphy.
 

Chandra West

Chandra West

"Chandra"

Chandra West

  "Chandra"

Chandra West has been keeping herself busy in both feature films and television. She recently wrapped a recurring role on FOX’s “90210”, the Hallmark film “Saving Grace” and was just seen in the Lifetime Original film “Of Murder and Memory” based on the best selling novel “Who Named the Knife” by Linda Spalding. West portrays a prisoner serving a life term who bonds with a former juror on her case. The film will air later this year.

She has also recently co-starred in the HBO series “John From Cincinnati” created by David Milch, portraying a porn star returning to town to reconnect with her young son. In a more comedic turn, West had a supporting role in the feature film I Now Pronounce you Chuck and Larry opposite Adam Sandler for Universal.

In addition, West starred in the independent film Badland directed by Francesco Lucente. She plays a small town waitress unaware that she is harboring a fugitive in her home. Vinessa Shaw and British actor Jamie Draven co-star in the film.

Previously, West has had the distinction of portraying the on-screen wife of two former Batman’s. In Universal’s dramatic thriller White Noise she communicated from beyond with her bereaved husband Michael Keaton. In similar fashion, she was taken from her adoring spouse Val Kilmer in Castle Rock’s The Salton Sea.

No stranger to the small screen, West portrayed the recurring character of Mark-Paul Gosselaar’s troubled girlfriend on the ABC series “NYPD Blue”, and co-starred in the short lived but critically acclaimed NBC series “Mr. Sterling” opposite Josh Brolin. Other television work includes a starring role in the highly rated CBS mini series “Category 6: Day of Destruction” with Brian Dennehy and Dianne Weist and “The 70’s” produced by Denise DiNovi for NBC.

Additional feature film credits include the 20th Century Fox film The First Twenty Million is Always the Hardest with Rosario Dawson and The Toronto Film Festival’s official selection The Perfect Son.
 

Billy Aaron Brown

Billy Aaron Brown

"Ben"

Billy Aaron Brown

  "Ben"

Billy Brown left his native Iowa, at the age of 18, to pursue is acting career and conquer Hollywood.

Billy began his career as the most overused love interest in the Olsen Twin movies. He has had numerous roles on television and had fun exploring his nerd side in Jeepers Creepers 2. Billy also had a recurring role as Kyle, in 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, starring John Ritter. You can look for Billy in the upcoming feature “The Strip”.
 

Sam Riegel

Sam Riegel

Additional Writing

Sam Riegel

  Additional Writing

Sam is a comedy writer and actor living in Los Angeles, whose writing credits include television projects for Spike TV, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon. Recently, Sam co-created and produced the Webby Award honoree series “Cooking to Get Lucky” with IB’s own Andrew Miller, Eden Riegel and Quyen Tran (DP). And if you’ve spent any time online, you might have caught Sam and his writing partner Rob Blatt starring in their viral hit music video, “Weekend Plans.” Sam also does loads of cartoon voices, including Donatello on the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” Fox series.

Bo Price

Bo Price

Additional Writing

Bo Price

  Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

Jeff Ploiquin

Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

  Additional Writing

Jeff Poliquin worked as a writer on the “Borat” movie as well as on the second season of “Lil’ Bush” for Comedy Central and the animated series, “Free for All” for Showtime. He wrote episode 9 of the popular web series “Imaginary Bitches” in addition to a variety of television and feature projects for Fox, CBS, Universal and Warner Brothers.

He was nominated for a 2007 Writers Guild Award for his writing on “The Simpsons Video Game.”
 

Nichole Millard

Nichole Millard

Additional Writing

Nichole Millard

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Kathryn Price

Kathryn Price

Additional Writing

Kathryn Price

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Quyen Tran

Quyen Tran

Director of Photography

Quyen Tran

  Director of Photography

At UCLA, Quyen won Best Cinematography three years in a row, photographing numerous short films which have screened at festivals including Telluride, Los Angeles Film Festival, and Tribeca among others. In the last couple years since graduating she has shot films in South Africa, Thailand, Iowa and Vietnam.
Quyen recently completed Quentin Lee's narrative feature THE PEOPLE I'VE SLEPT WITH, starring Wilson Cruz and Karin Anna Cheung. She is currently shooting a feature length documentary with director Grace Lee, and also about to shoot a feature starring Rebecca Hall and Jason Ritter in August.
 

Tatiana S. Riegel

Tatiana S. Riegel

Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel

  Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel A.C.E. is currently editing THE MEN WHO STARE AT GOATS, directed by Grant Heslov. Riegel's other feature credits include the critical hit LARS AND THE REAL GIRL, directed by Craig Gillespie. She was the second editor on Paul Thomas Anderson's THERE WILL BE BLOOD, editor on Wim Wenders' THE MILLION DOLLAR HOTEL and co-editor on Gregg Araki's SPLENDOR. This year, Riegel received an ACE Eddie award for her work on the HBO film PU-239, directed by Scott Z. Burns.

Riegel recently completed THE UNITED STATES OF TARA, a pilot for Showtime created and produced by Steven Spielberg and Diablo Cody. It stars Toni Colette and was directed by Craig Gillespie. Riegel's work can also be seen on the NBC pilot episode of MY OWN WORST ENEMY, starring Christian Slater and the pilot of THE CLEANER, both directed by David Semel.

Other credits include the popular Fox series HOUSE, AMERICAN DREAMS for NBC and several pilots including PASADENA, directed by Diane Keaton for Fox.

Riegel began her career as apprentice editor on the indie sleeper, RIVER'S EDGE and was first assistant editor on Quentin Tarantino's PULP FICTION, FOUR ROOMS and the Associate Editor on JACKIE BROWN.
 

Alex Puro

Alex Puro

Original Music

Alex Puro

  Original Music

Ben Harrison

Ben Harrison

Theme Music

Ben Harrison

  Theme Music

Tibo Barbillon

Tibo Barbillon

Additional Music

Tibo Barbillon

  Additional Music

Dan Mock

Dan Mock

Additional Music

Dan Mock

  Additional Music

Dorado Sound

Dorado Sound

Additional Music

Dorado Sound

  Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

Mr. Lexicon

Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

  Additional Music

Angie Pop

Angie Pop

Gaffer

Angie Pop

  Gaffer

John Borges

John Borges

First Assistant Director

John Borges

  First Assistant Director

Mark Williams

Mark Williams

Sound Editor

Mark Williams

  Sound Editor

Alexey Mohr

Alexey Mohr

Re-recording Mixer

Alexey Mohr

  Re-recording Mixer

Tom Diasio

Tom Diasio

Color Timing

Tom Diasio

  Color Timing

Tara Devlin

Tara Devlin

Logo Design

Tara Devlin

  Logo Design

Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller

Creator, Writer/Director

Andrew Miller

  Creator, Writer/Director

Miller began his career as an actor at age 16 in Toronto, Canada. Early theater roles include Moritz Stiefel in Frank Wedekind's Spring Awakening and Eugene Morris Jerome in Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs. Film roles include Simon in “South of Wawa”, written by bestselling Canadian novelist Lori Lansens, Kazan, the autistic man, in Vincenzo Natali's “Cube”, and Donald in “Oh, What a Night”, for which he was nominated for a 1992 Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor. He also co-starred with Barbara Hershey and Tom Berringer in “Last of the Dogmen”.

As a screenwriter, Miller co-wrote the films Simon Sez, starring Dennis Rodman and Dane Cook and Miramax Pictures' Boys and Girls, Starring Freddie Prinze, Jr., Claire Forlani, and Jason Biggs. He also co-wrote Vincenzo Natali's independently produced feature film, Nothing, in which he also starred starred opposite childhood friend David Hewlett.
 

Seth Adam Cohen

Seth Adam Cohen

Producer

Seth Adam Cohen

  Producer

Judson Morgan

Judson Morgan

Producer

Judson Morgan

  Producer

Eden Riegel

Eden Riegel

"Eden"

Eden Riegel

  "Eden"

Eden played Bianca Montgomery on ABC’s “All My Children,” a role which garnered her a Daytime Emmy award and four Emmy nominations. She grew up in New York City, making her Broadway debut at age seven in Les Misérables. Eden went on to perform extensively in theater, television, and film. TV appearances include “Law and Order,” “American Dreams,” and “New York Undercover.” Eden can be seen in American Pie, and heard in DreamWorks’ animated film The Prince of Egypt. She recently completed work on the upcoming Judd Apatow film The Year One starring Jack Black and Michael Cera.

Brooke Nevin

Brooke Nevin

"Brooke"

Brooke Nevin

  "Brooke"

This is the first time Brooke has acted with imaginary people, but she’s had a wealth of experience playing pretend. Most recently, Brooke appeared as the very real sister Chloe on the CBS sitcom, “Worst Week”, pretended to be David Koechner’s daughter in Fox Atomic’s sports comedy “The Comebacks”. She stars alongside James LeGros, Michael Shulman and Enrico Colantini in the independent feature “Sherman’s Way”, winner of the Audience Award for Best Feature - 2008 Cinequest Film Festival and part of the official selection for the Newport Beach Film Festival this year.

Brooke has just complete filming the Hallmark Original movie, “Wedding Dance”. Brooke has also appeared in numerous guest roles on tv shows including Grey’s Anatomy, Eli Stone, My Boys, Without A Trace, Smallville, Charmed and as a series regular in USA Network’s The 4400. She will also be starring in Icon Productions’ upcoming feature “Infestation”, slated for release this fall.
 

Elizabeth Hendrickson

Elizabeth Hendrickson

"Lizzie"

Elizabeth Hendrickson

  "Lizzie"

A native of New York, Hendrickson showed an interest in performing on stage at an early age.

Soon after studying Musical Theater at Syracuse University and attending Fordham University, where she majored in Communications. Hendrickson's first big break came when she was cast as Frankie Stone on "All My Children." Her role as Maggie Stone, the character's identical twin and love interest of Bianca Montgomery (Eden Riegel), launched the character into iconic status and garnered her critical acclaim.

In 2005 Elizabeth moved to California to continue her career in television and landed roles on such shows as " "Medium," "Cold Case", "CSI: Miami" and "Criminal Minds." 

She is currently enjoying playing the role of Chloe Mitchell on The Young & The Restless, a dynamic fashion guru hired by Jabot to work on the Fresh Face of Jabot photo shoots. 

Other credits include In the Weeds (pilot) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Searching For Bobby DeNiro.
 

Connie Fletcher Staton

Connie Fletcher Staton

"Connie"

Connie Fletcher Staton

  "Connie"

Originally from Jacksonville, Florida, Connie received a BFA from Boston University in Acting and a minor in Art History. She played Erin Lavery on the daytime drama "All My Children" and currently lives in LA with her husband, Aaron. This is her internet debut.

Jessalyn Gilsig

Jessalyn Gilsig

"Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig

  "Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig had the distinction of simultaneously starring in two of television’s most acclaimed drama series – the Golden Globe-winning “Best Drama” NIP/TUCK and Brett Ratner’s breakout FOX drama PRISON BREAK as Dominic Purcell’s ex-wife. On NIP/TUCK, a show that has simmered since its inception, Gilsig portrays feisty Gina Russo to Julian McMahon’s slick Dr. Troy. The show garnered Gilsig “near genius” reviews and impressed in the ratings as well; enough to garner her additional stand-out recurring roles on NBC’s hit dramas HEROES as the cheerleaders’s mother, and on FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS. She most recently had a recurring role as possible love interest to Gary Sinise’s character on CSI: NY.

No stranger to acclaimed programming, audiences also know Gilsig as strong-willed Social Studies teacher Lauren Davis on BOSTON PUBLIC, a role that creator David E. Kelly had created with she in mind. Gilsig had also achieved series regular status on his SNOOPS, as well as an arc on THE PRACTICE. More recently, she recurred as a detective on Steven Bochco’s NYPD BLUE, and guest starred on an upcoming edition of LAW & ORDER.

Also impressive are Gilsig’s film credits. She recently appeared as Brittany Snow’s aunt in Screen Gem’s hit remake of the PROM NIGHT thriller, and returned from Toronto where she filmed the action/thriller XIII alongside Val Kilmer and Stephen Dorff. Gilsig has also worked with the likes of Robert Redford on THE HORSE WHISPERER, and appeared as Sally Field’s daughter in Showtime’s A COOLER CLIMATE. She took to the ice for the Canadian hockey drama CHICKS WITH STICKS with Jason Priestley, starred for the Weitz brothers in the mockumentary SEE THIS MOVIE, and also starred opposite Robert Carlyle in Lionsgate’s FLOOD.

A Montreal native, Gilsig honed her talents at Harvard University’s prestigious American Repertory Theatre. Hence, an extensive list of stage credits includes the off-Broadway productions of “Fifth of July,” in which she starred opposite Robert Sean Leonard and Parker Posey, “Gun Shy,” and “Mere Mortals

Gilsig is currently starring in the FOX series, GLEE.
 

Greg Rikaart

Greg Rikaart

"Mark"

Greg Rikaart

  "Mark"

Greg joined The Young and the Restless in June, 2003, as Kevin Fisher. In 2005, Greg won a Daytime Emmy as Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. He was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in the same category in 2006 and 2007.

Greg grew up on Staten Island, N.Y. and has an older sister, Keri. He graduated with honors from Villanova University in Pennsylvania. While in college, he spent a semester in Washington, D.C., interning on Capitol Hill.

After moving to Hollywood to pursue his career as an actor, Greg began training with Howard Fine and early in his career he appeared in shows including As If, Grounded For Life, That's Life, Gilmore Girls and Strong Medicine.

Prior to landing the role of Kevin, Rikaart had a recurring role on Dawson's Creek. He has also appeared in the feature films X-Men 2 and Prey for Rock and Roll. Most recently, he guest-starred on episodes of The Closer and CSI:Miami.
 

Michael Traynor

Michael Traynor

"Waiter Guy"

Michael Traynor

  "Waiter Guy"

Michael can be seen in leading roles in the features CRY FUNNY HAPPY (Sundance Film Festival), A NECESSARY DEATH (SXSW Film Festival), and in the upcoming feature A PERFECT GETAWAY (Relativity Media/MGM). In addition, he has done numerous sketch shows at The Second City in Los Angeles, has been a script doctor for high profile video game titles, and has an unparalleled love of gingerbread....mmmm, fresh, fresh gingerbread.

James Kee

James Kee

"Dr. James Kee"

James Kee

  "Dr. James Kee"

Aaron Staton

Aaron Staton

"Bruce"

Aaron Staton

  "Bruce"

Aaron Staton made his Broadway debut in Mamma Mia, and he then went on to star in the title role of the Manhattan Theatre Club's production of The American Pilot. He soon can be seen in Steven Soderbergh's Guerilla, as well as in The Nanny Diaries and with Jonathan Rhys Meyers in August Rush, which was directed by Kirsten Sheridan. Aaron had appeared on Law and Order: SVU, Seventh Heaven and Without a Trace. Other t.v. credits include playing Ken Cosgrove on the Golden Globe-winning television show Mad Men on AMC. Staton, a 2004 graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater. He and his wife, Connie, live in Los Angeles.

Sam Page

Sam Page

"Riley"

Sam Page

  "Riley"

Sam Page starred as a handsome District Attorney with a heart of gold on the new CBS drama SHARK. Aside from portraying an attorney with morals on a weekly basis, further testament to his acting ability was being able to hold his own alongside co-star James Woods. He is a recurring character on the critically acclaimed AMC drama MAN MEN.

He has since completed production on the Spike TV original telefilm RED LINE, followed by the independent drama feature FALLING UP.

Whether swimming with sharks or maneuvering throughout the supernatural events on the short-lived, yet critically-acclaimed POINT PLEASANT, Page continued to impress in a variety of roles. Additional credits include recurring arcs on the likes of AMERICAN DREAMS, SEVENTH HEAVEN, and Ryan Murphy’s scathing look into the high school experience, POPULAR.

Page’s popularity likely originates from his role on the daytime drama ALL MY CHILDREN which garnered him a slot amongst People Magazine’s “Most Eligible Bachelors.” Born in Milwaukee, Page earned himself a B.A. degree in ecology and evolutionary biology from prestigious Princeton University where he also played baseball. Upon graduation, he moved to Manhattan to focus on his acting career. He eventually moved west to Los Angeles where he currently resides.
 

Brittany Ishibashi

Brittany Ishibashi

"Brittany"

Brittany Ishibashi

  "Brittany"

Raised in "the real OC", Brittany discovered her love of performance at the tender age of 6 while putting on front yard shows for all of her friends, real and imaginary. In addition to her consistent work in tv, film and theatre, Brittany is also collaborating on a new musical with her family (who all happen to have the artsy bug). Recent guest spots include Journeyman, Greys Anatomy, Supernatural and The Office.

Charlie Koznick

Charlie Koznick

"Father Grant"

Charlie Koznick

  "Father Grant"

Charlie was born and raised in the great state of Minnesota, where alpine ski racing was a large part of his life growing up. His only sister is a three- time Olympian in women's slalom and giant slalom events. Koznick attended St. Thomas Military Academy High School. By the time he graduated, he knew that continuing to ski race was not in the cards for him.

Charlie went on to attend the University of San Diego. He graduated with a degree in finance and a minor in philosophy. It wasn't until his senior year that he even thought about the acting profession. On a random weekend trip up to Los Angeles from San Diego, Koznick caught the acting bug and hasn't been able to shake it since.

Charlie had a very successful start to his career. The past two seasons he had a recurring role on NBC's "Las Vegas," playing Dean Cain's younger brother. Some of his other tv credits include recurring roles on "Veronica Mars" and "Joan of Arcadia." Koznick also has guest starred on "CSI: NY" and "The District." Next Summer he plays Rick in Nowhereland starring Eddie Murphy.
 

Chandra West

Chandra West

"Chandra"

Chandra West

  "Chandra"

Chandra West has been keeping herself busy in both feature films and television. She recently wrapped a recurring role on FOX’s “90210”, the Hallmark film “Saving Grace” and was just seen in the Lifetime Original film “Of Murder and Memory” based on the best selling novel “Who Named the Knife” by Linda Spalding. West portrays a prisoner serving a life term who bonds with a former juror on her case. The film will air later this year.

She has also recently co-starred in the HBO series “John From Cincinnati” created by David Milch, portraying a porn star returning to town to reconnect with her young son. In a more comedic turn, West had a supporting role in the feature film I Now Pronounce you Chuck and Larry opposite Adam Sandler for Universal.

In addition, West starred in the independent film Badland directed by Francesco Lucente. She plays a small town waitress unaware that she is harboring a fugitive in her home. Vinessa Shaw and British actor Jamie Draven co-star in the film.

Previously, West has had the distinction of portraying the on-screen wife of two former Batman’s. In Universal’s dramatic thriller White Noise she communicated from beyond with her bereaved husband Michael Keaton. In similar fashion, she was taken from her adoring spouse Val Kilmer in Castle Rock’s The Salton Sea.

No stranger to the small screen, West portrayed the recurring character of Mark-Paul Gosselaar’s troubled girlfriend on the ABC series “NYPD Blue”, and co-starred in the short lived but critically acclaimed NBC series “Mr. Sterling” opposite Josh Brolin. Other television work includes a starring role in the highly rated CBS mini series “Category 6: Day of Destruction” with Brian Dennehy and Dianne Weist and “The 70’s” produced by Denise DiNovi for NBC.

Additional feature film credits include the 20th Century Fox film The First Twenty Million is Always the Hardest with Rosario Dawson and The Toronto Film Festival’s official selection The Perfect Son.
 

Billy Aaron Brown

Billy Aaron Brown

"Ben"

Billy Aaron Brown

  "Ben"

Billy Brown left his native Iowa, at the age of 18, to pursue is acting career and conquer Hollywood.

Billy began his career as the most overused love interest in the Olsen Twin movies. He has had numerous roles on television and had fun exploring his nerd side in Jeepers Creepers 2. Billy also had a recurring role as Kyle, in 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, starring John Ritter. You can look for Billy in the upcoming feature “The Strip”.
 

Sam Riegel

Sam Riegel

Additional Writing

Sam Riegel

  Additional Writing

Sam is a comedy writer and actor living in Los Angeles, whose writing credits include television projects for Spike TV, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon. Recently, Sam co-created and produced the Webby Award honoree series “Cooking to Get Lucky” with IB’s own Andrew Miller, Eden Riegel and Quyen Tran (DP). And if you’ve spent any time online, you might have caught Sam and his writing partner Rob Blatt starring in their viral hit music video, “Weekend Plans.” Sam also does loads of cartoon voices, including Donatello on the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” Fox series.

Bo Price

Bo Price

Additional Writing

Bo Price

  Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

Jeff Ploiquin

Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

  Additional Writing

Jeff Poliquin worked as a writer on the “Borat” movie as well as on the second season of “Lil’ Bush” for Comedy Central and the animated series, “Free for All” for Showtime. He wrote episode 9 of the popular web series “Imaginary Bitches” in addition to a variety of television and feature projects for Fox, CBS, Universal and Warner Brothers.

He was nominated for a 2007 Writers Guild Award for his writing on “The Simpsons Video Game.”
 

Nichole Millard

Nichole Millard

Additional Writing

Nichole Millard

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Kathryn Price

Kathryn Price

Additional Writing

Kathryn Price

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Quyen Tran

Quyen Tran

Director of Photography

Quyen Tran

  Director of Photography

At UCLA, Quyen won Best Cinematography three years in a row, photographing numerous short films which have screened at festivals including Telluride, Los Angeles Film Festival, and Tribeca among others. In the last couple years since graduating she has shot films in South Africa, Thailand, Iowa and Vietnam.
Quyen recently completed Quentin Lee's narrative feature THE PEOPLE I'VE SLEPT WITH, starring Wilson Cruz and Karin Anna Cheung. She is currently shooting a feature length documentary with director Grace Lee, and also about to shoot a feature starring Rebecca Hall and Jason Ritter in August.
 

Tatiana S. Riegel

Tatiana S. Riegel

Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel

  Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel A.C.E. is currently editing THE MEN WHO STARE AT GOATS, directed by Grant Heslov. Riegel's other feature credits include the critical hit LARS AND THE REAL GIRL, directed by Craig Gillespie. She was the second editor on Paul Thomas Anderson's THERE WILL BE BLOOD, editor on Wim Wenders' THE MILLION DOLLAR HOTEL and co-editor on Gregg Araki's SPLENDOR. This year, Riegel received an ACE Eddie award for her work on the HBO film PU-239, directed by Scott Z. Burns.

Riegel recently completed THE UNITED STATES OF TARA, a pilot for Showtime created and produced by Steven Spielberg and Diablo Cody. It stars Toni Colette and was directed by Craig Gillespie. Riegel's work can also be seen on the NBC pilot episode of MY OWN WORST ENEMY, starring Christian Slater and the pilot of THE CLEANER, both directed by David Semel.

Other credits include the popular Fox series HOUSE, AMERICAN DREAMS for NBC and several pilots including PASADENA, directed by Diane Keaton for Fox.

Riegel began her career as apprentice editor on the indie sleeper, RIVER'S EDGE and was first assistant editor on Quentin Tarantino's PULP FICTION, FOUR ROOMS and the Associate Editor on JACKIE BROWN.
 

Alex Puro

Alex Puro

Original Music

Alex Puro

  Original Music

Ben Harrison

Ben Harrison

Theme Music

Ben Harrison

  Theme Music

Tibo Barbillon

Tibo Barbillon

Additional Music

Tibo Barbillon

  Additional Music

Dan Mock

Dan Mock

Additional Music

Dan Mock

  Additional Music

Dorado Sound

Dorado Sound

Additional Music

Dorado Sound

  Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

Mr. Lexicon

Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

  Additional Music

Angie Pop

Angie Pop

Gaffer

Angie Pop

  Gaffer

John Borges

John Borges

First Assistant Director

John Borges

  First Assistant Director

Mark Williams

Mark Williams

Sound Editor

Mark Williams

  Sound Editor

Alexey Mohr

Alexey Mohr

Re-recording Mixer

Alexey Mohr

  Re-recording Mixer

Tom Diasio

Tom Diasio

Color Timing

Tom Diasio

  Color Timing

Tara Devlin

Tara Devlin

Logo Design

Tara Devlin

  Logo Design

Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller

Creator, Writer/Director

Andrew Miller

  Creator, Writer/Director

Miller began his career as an actor at age 16 in Toronto, Canada. Early theater roles include Moritz Stiefel in Frank Wedekind's Spring Awakening and Eugene Morris Jerome in Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs. Film roles include Simon in “South of Wawa”, written by bestselling Canadian novelist Lori Lansens, Kazan, the autistic man, in Vincenzo Natali's “Cube”, and Donald in “Oh, What a Night”, for which he was nominated for a 1992 Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor. He also co-starred with Barbara Hershey and Tom Berringer in “Last of the Dogmen”.

As a screenwriter, Miller co-wrote the films Simon Sez, starring Dennis Rodman and Dane Cook and Miramax Pictures' Boys and Girls, Starring Freddie Prinze, Jr., Claire Forlani, and Jason Biggs. He also co-wrote Vincenzo Natali's independently produced feature film, Nothing, in which he also starred starred opposite childhood friend David Hewlett.
 

Seth Adam Cohen

Seth Adam Cohen

Producer

Seth Adam Cohen

  Producer

Judson Morgan

Judson Morgan

Producer

Judson Morgan

  Producer

Eden Riegel

Eden Riegel

"Eden"

Eden Riegel

  "Eden"

Eden played Bianca Montgomery on ABC’s “All My Children,” a role which garnered her a Daytime Emmy award and four Emmy nominations. She grew up in New York City, making her Broadway debut at age seven in Les Misérables. Eden went on to perform extensively in theater, television, and film. TV appearances include “Law and Order,” “American Dreams,” and “New York Undercover.” Eden can be seen in American Pie, and heard in DreamWorks’ animated film The Prince of Egypt. She recently completed work on the upcoming Judd Apatow film The Year One starring Jack Black and Michael Cera.

Brooke Nevin

Brooke Nevin

"Brooke"

Brooke Nevin

  "Brooke"

This is the first time Brooke has acted with imaginary people, but she’s had a wealth of experience playing pretend. Most recently, Brooke appeared as the very real sister Chloe on the CBS sitcom, “Worst Week”, pretended to be David Koechner’s daughter in Fox Atomic’s sports comedy “The Comebacks”. She stars alongside James LeGros, Michael Shulman and Enrico Colantini in the independent feature “Sherman’s Way”, winner of the Audience Award for Best Feature - 2008 Cinequest Film Festival and part of the official selection for the Newport Beach Film Festival this year.

Brooke has just complete filming the Hallmark Original movie, “Wedding Dance”. Brooke has also appeared in numerous guest roles on tv shows including Grey’s Anatomy, Eli Stone, My Boys, Without A Trace, Smallville, Charmed and as a series regular in USA Network’s The 4400. She will also be starring in Icon Productions’ upcoming feature “Infestation”, slated for release this fall.
 

Elizabeth Hendrickson

Elizabeth Hendrickson

"Lizzie"

Elizabeth Hendrickson

  "Lizzie"

A native of New York, Hendrickson showed an interest in performing on stage at an early age.

Soon after studying Musical Theater at Syracuse University and attending Fordham University, where she majored in Communications. Hendrickson's first big break came when she was cast as Frankie Stone on "All My Children." Her role as Maggie Stone, the character's identical twin and love interest of Bianca Montgomery (Eden Riegel), launched the character into iconic status and garnered her critical acclaim.

In 2005 Elizabeth moved to California to continue her career in television and landed roles on such shows as " "Medium," "Cold Case", "CSI: Miami" and "Criminal Minds." 

She is currently enjoying playing the role of Chloe Mitchell on The Young & The Restless, a dynamic fashion guru hired by Jabot to work on the Fresh Face of Jabot photo shoots. 

Other credits include In the Weeds (pilot) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Searching For Bobby DeNiro.
 

Connie Fletcher Staton

Connie Fletcher Staton

"Connie"

Connie Fletcher Staton

  "Connie"

Originally from Jacksonville, Florida, Connie received a BFA from Boston University in Acting and a minor in Art History. She played Erin Lavery on the daytime drama "All My Children" and currently lives in LA with her husband, Aaron. This is her internet debut.

Jessalyn Gilsig

Jessalyn Gilsig

"Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig

  "Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig had the distinction of simultaneously starring in two of television’s most acclaimed drama series – the Golden Globe-winning “Best Drama” NIP/TUCK and Brett Ratner’s breakout FOX drama PRISON BREAK as Dominic Purcell’s ex-wife. On NIP/TUCK, a show that has simmered since its inception, Gilsig portrays feisty Gina Russo to Julian McMahon’s slick Dr. Troy. The show garnered Gilsig “near genius” reviews and impressed in the ratings as well; enough to garner her additional stand-out recurring roles on NBC’s hit dramas HEROES as the cheerleaders’s mother, and on FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS. She most recently had a recurring role as possible love interest to Gary Sinise’s character on CSI: NY.

No stranger to acclaimed programming, audiences also know Gilsig as strong-willed Social Studies teacher Lauren Davis on BOSTON PUBLIC, a role that creator David E. Kelly had created with she in mind. Gilsig had also achieved series regular status on his SNOOPS, as well as an arc on THE PRACTICE. More recently, she recurred as a detective on Steven Bochco’s NYPD BLUE, and guest starred on an upcoming edition of LAW & ORDER.

Also impressive are Gilsig’s film credits. She recently appeared as Brittany Snow’s aunt in Screen Gem’s hit remake of the PROM NIGHT thriller, and returned from Toronto where she filmed the action/thriller XIII alongside Val Kilmer and Stephen Dorff. Gilsig has also worked with the likes of Robert Redford on THE HORSE WHISPERER, and appeared as Sally Field’s daughter in Showtime’s A COOLER CLIMATE. She took to the ice for the Canadian hockey drama CHICKS WITH STICKS with Jason Priestley, starred for the Weitz brothers in the mockumentary SEE THIS MOVIE, and also starred opposite Robert Carlyle in Lionsgate’s FLOOD.

A Montreal native, Gilsig honed her talents at Harvard University’s prestigious American Repertory Theatre. Hence, an extensive list of stage credits includes the off-Broadway productions of “Fifth of July,” in which she starred opposite Robert Sean Leonard and Parker Posey, “Gun Shy,” and “Mere Mortals

Gilsig is currently starring in the FOX series, GLEE.
 

Greg Rikaart

Greg Rikaart

"Mark"

Greg Rikaart

  "Mark"

Greg joined The Young and the Restless in June, 2003, as Kevin Fisher. In 2005, Greg won a Daytime Emmy as Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. He was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in the same category in 2006 and 2007.

Greg grew up on Staten Island, N.Y. and has an older sister, Keri. He graduated with honors from Villanova University in Pennsylvania. While in college, he spent a semester in Washington, D.C., interning on Capitol Hill.

After moving to Hollywood to pursue his career as an actor, Greg began training with Howard Fine and early in his career he appeared in shows including As If, Grounded For Life, That's Life, Gilmore Girls and Strong Medicine.

Prior to landing the role of Kevin, Rikaart had a recurring role on Dawson's Creek. He has also appeared in the feature films X-Men 2 and Prey for Rock and Roll. Most recently, he guest-starred on episodes of The Closer and CSI:Miami.
 

Michael Traynor

Michael Traynor

"Waiter Guy"

Michael Traynor

  "Waiter Guy"

Michael can be seen in leading roles in the features CRY FUNNY HAPPY (Sundance Film Festival), A NECESSARY DEATH (SXSW Film Festival), and in the upcoming feature A PERFECT GETAWAY (Relativity Media/MGM). In addition, he has done numerous sketch shows at The Second City in Los Angeles, has been a script doctor for high profile video game titles, and has an unparalleled love of gingerbread....mmmm, fresh, fresh gingerbread.

James Kee

James Kee

"Dr. James Kee"

James Kee

  "Dr. James Kee"

Aaron Staton

Aaron Staton

"Bruce"

Aaron Staton

  "Bruce"

Aaron Staton made his Broadway debut in Mamma Mia, and he then went on to star in the title role of the Manhattan Theatre Club's production of The American Pilot. He soon can be seen in Steven Soderbergh's Guerilla, as well as in The Nanny Diaries and with Jonathan Rhys Meyers in August Rush, which was directed by Kirsten Sheridan. Aaron had appeared on Law and Order: SVU, Seventh Heaven and Without a Trace. Other t.v. credits include playing Ken Cosgrove on the Golden Globe-winning television show Mad Men on AMC. Staton, a 2004 graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater. He and his wife, Connie, live in Los Angeles.

Sam Page

Sam Page

"Riley"

Sam Page

  "Riley"

Sam Page starred as a handsome District Attorney with a heart of gold on the new CBS drama SHARK. Aside from portraying an attorney with morals on a weekly basis, further testament to his acting ability was being able to hold his own alongside co-star James Woods. He is a recurring character on the critically acclaimed AMC drama MAN MEN.

He has since completed production on the Spike TV original telefilm RED LINE, followed by the independent drama feature FALLING UP.

Whether swimming with sharks or maneuvering throughout the supernatural events on the short-lived, yet critically-acclaimed POINT PLEASANT, Page continued to impress in a variety of roles. Additional credits include recurring arcs on the likes of AMERICAN DREAMS, SEVENTH HEAVEN, and Ryan Murphy’s scathing look into the high school experience, POPULAR.

Page’s popularity likely originates from his role on the daytime drama ALL MY CHILDREN which garnered him a slot amongst People Magazine’s “Most Eligible Bachelors.” Born in Milwaukee, Page earned himself a B.A. degree in ecology and evolutionary biology from prestigious Princeton University where he also played baseball. Upon graduation, he moved to Manhattan to focus on his acting career. He eventually moved west to Los Angeles where he currently resides.
 

Brittany Ishibashi

Brittany Ishibashi

"Brittany"

Brittany Ishibashi

  "Brittany"

Raised in "the real OC", Brittany discovered her love of performance at the tender age of 6 while putting on front yard shows for all of her friends, real and imaginary. In addition to her consistent work in tv, film and theatre, Brittany is also collaborating on a new musical with her family (who all happen to have the artsy bug). Recent guest spots include Journeyman, Greys Anatomy, Supernatural and The Office.

Charlie Koznick

Charlie Koznick

"Father Grant"

Charlie Koznick

  "Father Grant"

Charlie was born and raised in the great state of Minnesota, where alpine ski racing was a large part of his life growing up. His only sister is a three- time Olympian in women's slalom and giant slalom events. Koznick attended St. Thomas Military Academy High School. By the time he graduated, he knew that continuing to ski race was not in the cards for him.

Charlie went on to attend the University of San Diego. He graduated with a degree in finance and a minor in philosophy. It wasn't until his senior year that he even thought about the acting profession. On a random weekend trip up to Los Angeles from San Diego, Koznick caught the acting bug and hasn't been able to shake it since.

Charlie had a very successful start to his career. The past two seasons he had a recurring role on NBC's "Las Vegas," playing Dean Cain's younger brother. Some of his other tv credits include recurring roles on "Veronica Mars" and "Joan of Arcadia." Koznick also has guest starred on "CSI: NY" and "The District." Next Summer he plays Rick in Nowhereland starring Eddie Murphy.
 

Chandra West

Chandra West

"Chandra"

Chandra West

  "Chandra"

Chandra West has been keeping herself busy in both feature films and television. She recently wrapped a recurring role on FOX’s “90210”, the Hallmark film “Saving Grace” and was just seen in the Lifetime Original film “Of Murder and Memory” based on the best selling novel “Who Named the Knife” by Linda Spalding. West portrays a prisoner serving a life term who bonds with a former juror on her case. The film will air later this year.

She has also recently co-starred in the HBO series “John From Cincinnati” created by David Milch, portraying a porn star returning to town to reconnect with her young son. In a more comedic turn, West had a supporting role in the feature film I Now Pronounce you Chuck and Larry opposite Adam Sandler for Universal.

In addition, West starred in the independent film Badland directed by Francesco Lucente. She plays a small town waitress unaware that she is harboring a fugitive in her home. Vinessa Shaw and British actor Jamie Draven co-star in the film.

Previously, West has had the distinction of portraying the on-screen wife of two former Batman’s. In Universal’s dramatic thriller White Noise she communicated from beyond with her bereaved husband Michael Keaton. In similar fashion, she was taken from her adoring spouse Val Kilmer in Castle Rock’s The Salton Sea.

No stranger to the small screen, West portrayed the recurring character of Mark-Paul Gosselaar’s troubled girlfriend on the ABC series “NYPD Blue”, and co-starred in the short lived but critically acclaimed NBC series “Mr. Sterling” opposite Josh Brolin. Other television work includes a starring role in the highly rated CBS mini series “Category 6: Day of Destruction” with Brian Dennehy and Dianne Weist and “The 70’s” produced by Denise DiNovi for NBC.

Additional feature film credits include the 20th Century Fox film The First Twenty Million is Always the Hardest with Rosario Dawson and The Toronto Film Festival’s official selection The Perfect Son.
 

Billy Aaron Brown

Billy Aaron Brown

"Ben"

Billy Aaron Brown

  "Ben"

Billy Brown left his native Iowa, at the age of 18, to pursue is acting career and conquer Hollywood.

Billy began his career as the most overused love interest in the Olsen Twin movies. He has had numerous roles on television and had fun exploring his nerd side in Jeepers Creepers 2. Billy also had a recurring role as Kyle, in 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, starring John Ritter. You can look for Billy in the upcoming feature “The Strip”.
 

Sam Riegel

Sam Riegel

Additional Writing

Sam Riegel

  Additional Writing

Sam is a comedy writer and actor living in Los Angeles, whose writing credits include television projects for Spike TV, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon. Recently, Sam co-created and produced the Webby Award honoree series “Cooking to Get Lucky” with IB’s own Andrew Miller, Eden Riegel and Quyen Tran (DP). And if you’ve spent any time online, you might have caught Sam and his writing partner Rob Blatt starring in their viral hit music video, “Weekend Plans.” Sam also does loads of cartoon voices, including Donatello on the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” Fox series.

Bo Price

Bo Price

Additional Writing

Bo Price

  Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

Jeff Ploiquin

Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

  Additional Writing

Jeff Poliquin worked as a writer on the “Borat” movie as well as on the second season of “Lil’ Bush” for Comedy Central and the animated series, “Free for All” for Showtime. He wrote episode 9 of the popular web series “Imaginary Bitches” in addition to a variety of television and feature projects for Fox, CBS, Universal and Warner Brothers.

He was nominated for a 2007 Writers Guild Award for his writing on “The Simpsons Video Game.”
 

Nichole Millard

Nichole Millard

Additional Writing

Nichole Millard

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Kathryn Price

Kathryn Price

Additional Writing

Kathryn Price

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Quyen Tran

Quyen Tran

Director of Photography

Quyen Tran

  Director of Photography

At UCLA, Quyen won Best Cinematography three years in a row, photographing numerous short films which have screened at festivals including Telluride, Los Angeles Film Festival, and Tribeca among others. In the last couple years since graduating she has shot films in South Africa, Thailand, Iowa and Vietnam.
Quyen recently completed Quentin Lee's narrative feature THE PEOPLE I'VE SLEPT WITH, starring Wilson Cruz and Karin Anna Cheung. She is currently shooting a feature length documentary with director Grace Lee, and also about to shoot a feature starring Rebecca Hall and Jason Ritter in August.
 

Tatiana S. Riegel

Tatiana S. Riegel

Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel

  Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel A.C.E. is currently editing THE MEN WHO STARE AT GOATS, directed by Grant Heslov. Riegel's other feature credits include the critical hit LARS AND THE REAL GIRL, directed by Craig Gillespie. She was the second editor on Paul Thomas Anderson's THERE WILL BE BLOOD, editor on Wim Wenders' THE MILLION DOLLAR HOTEL and co-editor on Gregg Araki's SPLENDOR. This year, Riegel received an ACE Eddie award for her work on the HBO film PU-239, directed by Scott Z. Burns.

Riegel recently completed THE UNITED STATES OF TARA, a pilot for Showtime created and produced by Steven Spielberg and Diablo Cody. It stars Toni Colette and was directed by Craig Gillespie. Riegel's work can also be seen on the NBC pilot episode of MY OWN WORST ENEMY, starring Christian Slater and the pilot of THE CLEANER, both directed by David Semel.

Other credits include the popular Fox series HOUSE, AMERICAN DREAMS for NBC and several pilots including PASADENA, directed by Diane Keaton for Fox.

Riegel began her career as apprentice editor on the indie sleeper, RIVER'S EDGE and was first assistant editor on Quentin Tarantino's PULP FICTION, FOUR ROOMS and the Associate Editor on JACKIE BROWN.
 

Alex Puro

Alex Puro

Original Music

Alex Puro

  Original Music

Ben Harrison

Ben Harrison

Theme Music

Ben Harrison

  Theme Music

Tibo Barbillon

Tibo Barbillon

Additional Music

Tibo Barbillon

  Additional Music

Dan Mock

Dan Mock

Additional Music

Dan Mock

  Additional Music

Dorado Sound

Dorado Sound

Additional Music

Dorado Sound

  Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

Mr. Lexicon

Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

  Additional Music

Angie Pop

Angie Pop

Gaffer

Angie Pop

  Gaffer

John Borges

John Borges

First Assistant Director

John Borges

  First Assistant Director

Mark Williams

Mark Williams

Sound Editor

Mark Williams

  Sound Editor

Alexey Mohr

Alexey Mohr

Re-recording Mixer

Alexey Mohr

  Re-recording Mixer

Tom Diasio

Tom Diasio

Color Timing

Tom Diasio

  Color Timing

Tara Devlin

Tara Devlin

Logo Design

Tara Devlin

  Logo Design

Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller

Creator, Writer/Director

Andrew Miller

  Creator, Writer/Director

Miller began his career as an actor at age 16 in Toronto, Canada. Early theater roles include Moritz Stiefel in Frank Wedekind's Spring Awakening and Eugene Morris Jerome in Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs. Film roles include Simon in “South of Wawa”, written by bestselling Canadian novelist Lori Lansens, Kazan, the autistic man, in Vincenzo Natali's “Cube”, and Donald in “Oh, What a Night”, for which he was nominated for a 1992 Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor. He also co-starred with Barbara Hershey and Tom Berringer in “Last of the Dogmen”.

As a screenwriter, Miller co-wrote the films Simon Sez, starring Dennis Rodman and Dane Cook and Miramax Pictures' Boys and Girls, Starring Freddie Prinze, Jr., Claire Forlani, and Jason Biggs. He also co-wrote Vincenzo Natali's independently produced feature film, Nothing, in which he also starred starred opposite childhood friend David Hewlett.
 

Seth Adam Cohen

Seth Adam Cohen

Producer

Seth Adam Cohen

  Producer

Judson Morgan

Judson Morgan

Producer

Judson Morgan

  Producer

Eden Riegel

Eden Riegel

"Eden"

Eden Riegel

  "Eden"

Eden played Bianca Montgomery on ABC’s “All My Children,” a role which garnered her a Daytime Emmy award and four Emmy nominations. She grew up in New York City, making her Broadway debut at age seven in Les Misérables. Eden went on to perform extensively in theater, television, and film. TV appearances include “Law and Order,” “American Dreams,” and “New York Undercover.” Eden can be seen in American Pie, and heard in DreamWorks’ animated film The Prince of Egypt. She recently completed work on the upcoming Judd Apatow film The Year One starring Jack Black and Michael Cera.

Brooke Nevin

Brooke Nevin

"Brooke"

Brooke Nevin

  "Brooke"

This is the first time Brooke has acted with imaginary people, but she’s had a wealth of experience playing pretend. Most recently, Brooke appeared as the very real sister Chloe on the CBS sitcom, “Worst Week”, pretended to be David Koechner’s daughter in Fox Atomic’s sports comedy “The Comebacks”. She stars alongside James LeGros, Michael Shulman and Enrico Colantini in the independent feature “Sherman’s Way”, winner of the Audience Award for Best Feature - 2008 Cinequest Film Festival and part of the official selection for the Newport Beach Film Festival this year.

Brooke has just complete filming the Hallmark Original movie, “Wedding Dance”. Brooke has also appeared in numerous guest roles on tv shows including Grey’s Anatomy, Eli Stone, My Boys, Without A Trace, Smallville, Charmed and as a series regular in USA Network’s The 4400. She will also be starring in Icon Productions’ upcoming feature “Infestation”, slated for release this fall.
 

Elizabeth Hendrickson

Elizabeth Hendrickson

"Lizzie"

Elizabeth Hendrickson

  "Lizzie"

A native of New York, Hendrickson showed an interest in performing on stage at an early age.

Soon after studying Musical Theater at Syracuse University and attending Fordham University, where she majored in Communications. Hendrickson's first big break came when she was cast as Frankie Stone on "All My Children." Her role as Maggie Stone, the character's identical twin and love interest of Bianca Montgomery (Eden Riegel), launched the character into iconic status and garnered her critical acclaim.

In 2005 Elizabeth moved to California to continue her career in television and landed roles on such shows as " "Medium," "Cold Case", "CSI: Miami" and "Criminal Minds." 

She is currently enjoying playing the role of Chloe Mitchell on The Young & The Restless, a dynamic fashion guru hired by Jabot to work on the Fresh Face of Jabot photo shoots. 

Other credits include In the Weeds (pilot) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Searching For Bobby DeNiro.
 

Connie Fletcher Staton

Connie Fletcher Staton

"Connie"

Connie Fletcher Staton

  "Connie"

Originally from Jacksonville, Florida, Connie received a BFA from Boston University in Acting and a minor in Art History. She played Erin Lavery on the daytime drama "All My Children" and currently lives in LA with her husband, Aaron. This is her internet debut.

Jessalyn Gilsig

Jessalyn Gilsig

"Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig

  "Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig had the distinction of simultaneously starring in two of television’s most acclaimed drama series – the Golden Globe-winning “Best Drama” NIP/TUCK and Brett Ratner’s breakout FOX drama PRISON BREAK as Dominic Purcell’s ex-wife. On NIP/TUCK, a show that has simmered since its inception, Gilsig portrays feisty Gina Russo to Julian McMahon’s slick Dr. Troy. The show garnered Gilsig “near genius” reviews and impressed in the ratings as well; enough to garner her additional stand-out recurring roles on NBC’s hit dramas HEROES as the cheerleaders’s mother, and on FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS. She most recently had a recurring role as possible love interest to Gary Sinise’s character on CSI: NY.

No stranger to acclaimed programming, audiences also know Gilsig as strong-willed Social Studies teacher Lauren Davis on BOSTON PUBLIC, a role that creator David E. Kelly had created with she in mind. Gilsig had also achieved series regular status on his SNOOPS, as well as an arc on THE PRACTICE. More recently, she recurred as a detective on Steven Bochco’s NYPD BLUE, and guest starred on an upcoming edition of LAW & ORDER.

Also impressive are Gilsig’s film credits. She recently appeared as Brittany Snow’s aunt in Screen Gem’s hit remake of the PROM NIGHT thriller, and returned from Toronto where she filmed the action/thriller XIII alongside Val Kilmer and Stephen Dorff. Gilsig has also worked with the likes of Robert Redford on THE HORSE WHISPERER, and appeared as Sally Field’s daughter in Showtime’s A COOLER CLIMATE. She took to the ice for the Canadian hockey drama CHICKS WITH STICKS with Jason Priestley, starred for the Weitz brothers in the mockumentary SEE THIS MOVIE, and also starred opposite Robert Carlyle in Lionsgate’s FLOOD.

A Montreal native, Gilsig honed her talents at Harvard University’s prestigious American Repertory Theatre. Hence, an extensive list of stage credits includes the off-Broadway productions of “Fifth of July,” in which she starred opposite Robert Sean Leonard and Parker Posey, “Gun Shy,” and “Mere Mortals

Gilsig is currently starring in the FOX series, GLEE.
 

Greg Rikaart

Greg Rikaart

"Mark"

Greg Rikaart

  "Mark"

Greg joined The Young and the Restless in June, 2003, as Kevin Fisher. In 2005, Greg won a Daytime Emmy as Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. He was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in the same category in 2006 and 2007.

Greg grew up on Staten Island, N.Y. and has an older sister, Keri. He graduated with honors from Villanova University in Pennsylvania. While in college, he spent a semester in Washington, D.C., interning on Capitol Hill.

After moving to Hollywood to pursue his career as an actor, Greg began training with Howard Fine and early in his career he appeared in shows including As If, Grounded For Life, That's Life, Gilmore Girls and Strong Medicine.

Prior to landing the role of Kevin, Rikaart had a recurring role on Dawson's Creek. He has also appeared in the feature films X-Men 2 and Prey for Rock and Roll. Most recently, he guest-starred on episodes of The Closer and CSI:Miami.
 

Michael Traynor

Michael Traynor

"Waiter Guy"

Michael Traynor

  "Waiter Guy"

Michael can be seen in leading roles in the features CRY FUNNY HAPPY (Sundance Film Festival), A NECESSARY DEATH (SXSW Film Festival), and in the upcoming feature A PERFECT GETAWAY (Relativity Media/MGM). In addition, he has done numerous sketch shows at The Second City in Los Angeles, has been a script doctor for high profile video game titles, and has an unparalleled love of gingerbread....mmmm, fresh, fresh gingerbread.

James Kee

James Kee

"Dr. James Kee"

James Kee

  "Dr. James Kee"

Aaron Staton

Aaron Staton

"Bruce"

Aaron Staton

  "Bruce"

Aaron Staton made his Broadway debut in Mamma Mia, and he then went on to star in the title role of the Manhattan Theatre Club's production of The American Pilot. He soon can be seen in Steven Soderbergh's Guerilla, as well as in The Nanny Diaries and with Jonathan Rhys Meyers in August Rush, which was directed by Kirsten Sheridan. Aaron had appeared on Law and Order: SVU, Seventh Heaven and Without a Trace. Other t.v. credits include playing Ken Cosgrove on the Golden Globe-winning television show Mad Men on AMC. Staton, a 2004 graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater. He and his wife, Connie, live in Los Angeles.

Sam Page

Sam Page

"Riley"

Sam Page

  "Riley"

Sam Page starred as a handsome District Attorney with a heart of gold on the new CBS drama SHARK. Aside from portraying an attorney with morals on a weekly basis, further testament to his acting ability was being able to hold his own alongside co-star James Woods. He is a recurring character on the critically acclaimed AMC drama MAN MEN.

He has since completed production on the Spike TV original telefilm RED LINE, followed by the independent drama feature FALLING UP.

Whether swimming with sharks or maneuvering throughout the supernatural events on the short-lived, yet critically-acclaimed POINT PLEASANT, Page continued to impress in a variety of roles. Additional credits include recurring arcs on the likes of AMERICAN DREAMS, SEVENTH HEAVEN, and Ryan Murphy’s scathing look into the high school experience, POPULAR.

Page’s popularity likely originates from his role on the daytime drama ALL MY CHILDREN which garnered him a slot amongst People Magazine’s “Most Eligible Bachelors.” Born in Milwaukee, Page earned himself a B.A. degree in ecology and evolutionary biology from prestigious Princeton University where he also played baseball. Upon graduation, he moved to Manhattan to focus on his acting career. He eventually moved west to Los Angeles where he currently resides.
 

Brittany Ishibashi

Brittany Ishibashi

"Brittany"

Brittany Ishibashi

  "Brittany"

Raised in "the real OC", Brittany discovered her love of performance at the tender age of 6 while putting on front yard shows for all of her friends, real and imaginary. In addition to her consistent work in tv, film and theatre, Brittany is also collaborating on a new musical with her family (who all happen to have the artsy bug). Recent guest spots include Journeyman, Greys Anatomy, Supernatural and The Office.

Charlie Koznick

Charlie Koznick

"Father Grant"

Charlie Koznick

  "Father Grant"

Charlie was born and raised in the great state of Minnesota, where alpine ski racing was a large part of his life growing up. His only sister is a three- time Olympian in women's slalom and giant slalom events. Koznick attended St. Thomas Military Academy High School. By the time he graduated, he knew that continuing to ski race was not in the cards for him.

Charlie went on to attend the University of San Diego. He graduated with a degree in finance and a minor in philosophy. It wasn't until his senior year that he even thought about the acting profession. On a random weekend trip up to Los Angeles from San Diego, Koznick caught the acting bug and hasn't been able to shake it since.

Charlie had a very successful start to his career. The past two seasons he had a recurring role on NBC's "Las Vegas," playing Dean Cain's younger brother. Some of his other tv credits include recurring roles on "Veronica Mars" and "Joan of Arcadia." Koznick also has guest starred on "CSI: NY" and "The District." Next Summer he plays Rick in Nowhereland starring Eddie Murphy.
 

Chandra West

Chandra West

"Chandra"

Chandra West

  "Chandra"

Chandra West has been keeping herself busy in both feature films and television. She recently wrapped a recurring role on FOX’s “90210”, the Hallmark film “Saving Grace” and was just seen in the Lifetime Original film “Of Murder and Memory” based on the best selling novel “Who Named the Knife” by Linda Spalding. West portrays a prisoner serving a life term who bonds with a former juror on her case. The film will air later this year.

She has also recently co-starred in the HBO series “John From Cincinnati” created by David Milch, portraying a porn star returning to town to reconnect with her young son. In a more comedic turn, West had a supporting role in the feature film I Now Pronounce you Chuck and Larry opposite Adam Sandler for Universal.

In addition, West starred in the independent film Badland directed by Francesco Lucente. She plays a small town waitress unaware that she is harboring a fugitive in her home. Vinessa Shaw and British actor Jamie Draven co-star in the film.

Previously, West has had the distinction of portraying the on-screen wife of two former Batman’s. In Universal’s dramatic thriller White Noise she communicated from beyond with her bereaved husband Michael Keaton. In similar fashion, she was taken from her adoring spouse Val Kilmer in Castle Rock’s The Salton Sea.

No stranger to the small screen, West portrayed the recurring character of Mark-Paul Gosselaar’s troubled girlfriend on the ABC series “NYPD Blue”, and co-starred in the short lived but critically acclaimed NBC series “Mr. Sterling” opposite Josh Brolin. Other television work includes a starring role in the highly rated CBS mini series “Category 6: Day of Destruction” with Brian Dennehy and Dianne Weist and “The 70’s” produced by Denise DiNovi for NBC.

Additional feature film credits include the 20th Century Fox film The First Twenty Million is Always the Hardest with Rosario Dawson and The Toronto Film Festival’s official selection The Perfect Son.
 

Billy Aaron Brown

Billy Aaron Brown

"Ben"

Billy Aaron Brown

  "Ben"

Billy Brown left his native Iowa, at the age of 18, to pursue is acting career and conquer Hollywood.

Billy began his career as the most overused love interest in the Olsen Twin movies. He has had numerous roles on television and had fun exploring his nerd side in Jeepers Creepers 2. Billy also had a recurring role as Kyle, in 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, starring John Ritter. You can look for Billy in the upcoming feature “The Strip”.
 

Sam Riegel

Sam Riegel

Additional Writing

Sam Riegel

  Additional Writing

Sam is a comedy writer and actor living in Los Angeles, whose writing credits include television projects for Spike TV, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon. Recently, Sam co-created and produced the Webby Award honoree series “Cooking to Get Lucky” with IB’s own Andrew Miller, Eden Riegel and Quyen Tran (DP). And if you’ve spent any time online, you might have caught Sam and his writing partner Rob Blatt starring in their viral hit music video, “Weekend Plans.” Sam also does loads of cartoon voices, including Donatello on the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” Fox series.

Bo Price

Bo Price

Additional Writing

Bo Price

  Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

Jeff Ploiquin

Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

  Additional Writing

Jeff Poliquin worked as a writer on the “Borat” movie as well as on the second season of “Lil’ Bush” for Comedy Central and the animated series, “Free for All” for Showtime. He wrote episode 9 of the popular web series “Imaginary Bitches” in addition to a variety of television and feature projects for Fox, CBS, Universal and Warner Brothers.

He was nominated for a 2007 Writers Guild Award for his writing on “The Simpsons Video Game.”
 

Nichole Millard

Nichole Millard

Additional Writing

Nichole Millard

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Kathryn Price

Kathryn Price

Additional Writing

Kathryn Price

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Quyen Tran

Quyen Tran

Director of Photography

Quyen Tran

  Director of Photography

At UCLA, Quyen won Best Cinematography three years in a row, photographing numerous short films which have screened at festivals including Telluride, Los Angeles Film Festival, and Tribeca among others. In the last couple years since graduating she has shot films in South Africa, Thailand, Iowa and Vietnam.
Quyen recently completed Quentin Lee's narrative feature THE PEOPLE I'VE SLEPT WITH, starring Wilson Cruz and Karin Anna Cheung. She is currently shooting a feature length documentary with director Grace Lee, and also about to shoot a feature starring Rebecca Hall and Jason Ritter in August.
 

Tatiana S. Riegel

Tatiana S. Riegel

Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel

  Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel A.C.E. is currently editing THE MEN WHO STARE AT GOATS, directed by Grant Heslov. Riegel's other feature credits include the critical hit LARS AND THE REAL GIRL, directed by Craig Gillespie. She was the second editor on Paul Thomas Anderson's THERE WILL BE BLOOD, editor on Wim Wenders' THE MILLION DOLLAR HOTEL and co-editor on Gregg Araki's SPLENDOR. This year, Riegel received an ACE Eddie award for her work on the HBO film PU-239, directed by Scott Z. Burns.

Riegel recently completed THE UNITED STATES OF TARA, a pilot for Showtime created and produced by Steven Spielberg and Diablo Cody. It stars Toni Colette and was directed by Craig Gillespie. Riegel's work can also be seen on the NBC pilot episode of MY OWN WORST ENEMY, starring Christian Slater and the pilot of THE CLEANER, both directed by David Semel.

Other credits include the popular Fox series HOUSE, AMERICAN DREAMS for NBC and several pilots including PASADENA, directed by Diane Keaton for Fox.

Riegel began her career as apprentice editor on the indie sleeper, RIVER'S EDGE and was first assistant editor on Quentin Tarantino's PULP FICTION, FOUR ROOMS and the Associate Editor on JACKIE BROWN.
 

Alex Puro

Alex Puro

Original Music

Alex Puro

  Original Music

Ben Harrison

Ben Harrison

Theme Music

Ben Harrison

  Theme Music

Tibo Barbillon

Tibo Barbillon

Additional Music

Tibo Barbillon

  Additional Music

Dan Mock

Dan Mock

Additional Music

Dan Mock

  Additional Music

Dorado Sound

Dorado Sound

Additional Music

Dorado Sound

  Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

Mr. Lexicon

Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

  Additional Music

Angie Pop

Angie Pop

Gaffer

Angie Pop

  Gaffer

John Borges

John Borges

First Assistant Director

John Borges

  First Assistant Director

Mark Williams

Mark Williams

Sound Editor

Mark Williams

  Sound Editor

Alexey Mohr

Alexey Mohr

Re-recording Mixer

Alexey Mohr

  Re-recording Mixer

Tom Diasio

Tom Diasio

Color Timing

Tom Diasio

  Color Timing

Tara Devlin

Tara Devlin

Logo Design

Tara Devlin

  Logo Design

Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller

Creator, Writer/Director

Andrew Miller

  Creator, Writer/Director

Miller began his career as an actor at age 16 in Toronto, Canada. Early theater roles include Moritz Stiefel in Frank Wedekind's Spring Awakening and Eugene Morris Jerome in Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs. Film roles include Simon in “South of Wawa”, written by bestselling Canadian novelist Lori Lansens, Kazan, the autistic man, in Vincenzo Natali's “Cube”, and Donald in “Oh, What a Night”, for which he was nominated for a 1992 Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor. He also co-starred with Barbara Hershey and Tom Berringer in “Last of the Dogmen”.

As a screenwriter, Miller co-wrote the films Simon Sez, starring Dennis Rodman and Dane Cook and Miramax Pictures' Boys and Girls, Starring Freddie Prinze, Jr., Claire Forlani, and Jason Biggs. He also co-wrote Vincenzo Natali's independently produced feature film, Nothing, in which he also starred starred opposite childhood friend David Hewlett.
 

Seth Adam Cohen

Seth Adam Cohen

Producer

Seth Adam Cohen

  Producer

Judson Morgan

Judson Morgan

Producer

Judson Morgan

  Producer

Eden Riegel

Eden Riegel

"Eden"

Eden Riegel

  "Eden"

Eden played Bianca Montgomery on ABC’s “All My Children,” a role which garnered her a Daytime Emmy award and four Emmy nominations. She grew up in New York City, making her Broadway debut at age seven in Les Misérables. Eden went on to perform extensively in theater, television, and film. TV appearances include “Law and Order,” “American Dreams,” and “New York Undercover.” Eden can be seen in American Pie, and heard in DreamWorks’ animated film The Prince of Egypt. She recently completed work on the upcoming Judd Apatow film The Year One starring Jack Black and Michael Cera.

Brooke Nevin

Brooke Nevin

"Brooke"

Brooke Nevin

  "Brooke"

This is the first time Brooke has acted with imaginary people, but she’s had a wealth of experience playing pretend. Most recently, Brooke appeared as the very real sister Chloe on the CBS sitcom, “Worst Week”, pretended to be David Koechner’s daughter in Fox Atomic’s sports comedy “The Comebacks”. She stars alongside James LeGros, Michael Shulman and Enrico Colantini in the independent feature “Sherman’s Way”, winner of the Audience Award for Best Feature - 2008 Cinequest Film Festival and part of the official selection for the Newport Beach Film Festival this year.

Brooke has just complete filming the Hallmark Original movie, “Wedding Dance”. Brooke has also appeared in numerous guest roles on tv shows including Grey’s Anatomy, Eli Stone, My Boys, Without A Trace, Smallville, Charmed and as a series regular in USA Network’s The 4400. She will also be starring in Icon Productions’ upcoming feature “Infestation”, slated for release this fall.
 

Elizabeth Hendrickson

Elizabeth Hendrickson

"Lizzie"

Elizabeth Hendrickson

  "Lizzie"

A native of New York, Hendrickson showed an interest in performing on stage at an early age.

Soon after studying Musical Theater at Syracuse University and attending Fordham University, where she majored in Communications. Hendrickson's first big break came when she was cast as Frankie Stone on "All My Children." Her role as Maggie Stone, the character's identical twin and love interest of Bianca Montgomery (Eden Riegel), launched the character into iconic status and garnered her critical acclaim.

In 2005 Elizabeth moved to California to continue her career in television and landed roles on such shows as " "Medium," "Cold Case", "CSI: Miami" and "Criminal Minds." 

She is currently enjoying playing the role of Chloe Mitchell on The Young & The Restless, a dynamic fashion guru hired by Jabot to work on the Fresh Face of Jabot photo shoots. 

Other credits include In the Weeds (pilot) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Searching For Bobby DeNiro.
 

Connie Fletcher Staton

Connie Fletcher Staton

"Connie"

Connie Fletcher Staton

  "Connie"

Originally from Jacksonville, Florida, Connie received a BFA from Boston University in Acting and a minor in Art History. She played Erin Lavery on the daytime drama "All My Children" and currently lives in LA with her husband, Aaron. This is her internet debut.

Jessalyn Gilsig

Jessalyn Gilsig

"Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig

  "Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig had the distinction of simultaneously starring in two of television’s most acclaimed drama series – the Golden Globe-winning “Best Drama” NIP/TUCK and Brett Ratner’s breakout FOX drama PRISON BREAK as Dominic Purcell’s ex-wife. On NIP/TUCK, a show that has simmered since its inception, Gilsig portrays feisty Gina Russo to Julian McMahon’s slick Dr. Troy. The show garnered Gilsig “near genius” reviews and impressed in the ratings as well; enough to garner her additional stand-out recurring roles on NBC’s hit dramas HEROES as the cheerleaders’s mother, and on FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS. She most recently had a recurring role as possible love interest to Gary Sinise’s character on CSI: NY.

No stranger to acclaimed programming, audiences also know Gilsig as strong-willed Social Studies teacher Lauren Davis on BOSTON PUBLIC, a role that creator David E. Kelly had created with she in mind. Gilsig had also achieved series regular status on his SNOOPS, as well as an arc on THE PRACTICE. More recently, she recurred as a detective on Steven Bochco’s NYPD BLUE, and guest starred on an upcoming edition of LAW & ORDER.

Also impressive are Gilsig’s film credits. She recently appeared as Brittany Snow’s aunt in Screen Gem’s hit remake of the PROM NIGHT thriller, and returned from Toronto where she filmed the action/thriller XIII alongside Val Kilmer and Stephen Dorff. Gilsig has also worked with the likes of Robert Redford on THE HORSE WHISPERER, and appeared as Sally Field’s daughter in Showtime’s A COOLER CLIMATE. She took to the ice for the Canadian hockey drama CHICKS WITH STICKS with Jason Priestley, starred for the Weitz brothers in the mockumentary SEE THIS MOVIE, and also starred opposite Robert Carlyle in Lionsgate’s FLOOD.

A Montreal native, Gilsig honed her talents at Harvard University’s prestigious American Repertory Theatre. Hence, an extensive list of stage credits includes the off-Broadway productions of “Fifth of July,” in which she starred opposite Robert Sean Leonard and Parker Posey, “Gun Shy,” and “Mere Mortals

Gilsig is currently starring in the FOX series, GLEE.
 

Greg Rikaart

Greg Rikaart

"Mark"

Greg Rikaart

  "Mark"

Greg joined The Young and the Restless in June, 2003, as Kevin Fisher. In 2005, Greg won a Daytime Emmy as Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. He was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in the same category in 2006 and 2007.

Greg grew up on Staten Island, N.Y. and has an older sister, Keri. He graduated with honors from Villanova University in Pennsylvania. While in college, he spent a semester in Washington, D.C., interning on Capitol Hill.

After moving to Hollywood to pursue his career as an actor, Greg began training with Howard Fine and early in his career he appeared in shows including As If, Grounded For Life, That's Life, Gilmore Girls and Strong Medicine.

Prior to landing the role of Kevin, Rikaart had a recurring role on Dawson's Creek. He has also appeared in the feature films X-Men 2 and Prey for Rock and Roll. Most recently, he guest-starred on episodes of The Closer and CSI:Miami.
 

Michael Traynor

Michael Traynor

"Waiter Guy"

Michael Traynor

  "Waiter Guy"

Michael can be seen in leading roles in the features CRY FUNNY HAPPY (Sundance Film Festival), A NECESSARY DEATH (SXSW Film Festival), and in the upcoming feature A PERFECT GETAWAY (Relativity Media/MGM). In addition, he has done numerous sketch shows at The Second City in Los Angeles, has been a script doctor for high profile video game titles, and has an unparalleled love of gingerbread....mmmm, fresh, fresh gingerbread.

James Kee

James Kee

"Dr. James Kee"

James Kee

  "Dr. James Kee"

Aaron Staton

Aaron Staton

"Bruce"

Aaron Staton

  "Bruce"

Aaron Staton made his Broadway debut in Mamma Mia, and he then went on to star in the title role of the Manhattan Theatre Club's production of The American Pilot. He soon can be seen in Steven Soderbergh's Guerilla, as well as in The Nanny Diaries and with Jonathan Rhys Meyers in August Rush, which was directed by Kirsten Sheridan. Aaron had appeared on Law and Order: SVU, Seventh Heaven and Without a Trace. Other t.v. credits include playing Ken Cosgrove on the Golden Globe-winning television show Mad Men on AMC. Staton, a 2004 graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater. He and his wife, Connie, live in Los Angeles.

Sam Page

Sam Page

"Riley"

Sam Page

  "Riley"

Sam Page starred as a handsome District Attorney with a heart of gold on the new CBS drama SHARK. Aside from portraying an attorney with morals on a weekly basis, further testament to his acting ability was being able to hold his own alongside co-star James Woods. He is a recurring character on the critically acclaimed AMC drama MAN MEN.

He has since completed production on the Spike TV original telefilm RED LINE, followed by the independent drama feature FALLING UP.

Whether swimming with sharks or maneuvering throughout the supernatural events on the short-lived, yet critically-acclaimed POINT PLEASANT, Page continued to impress in a variety of roles. Additional credits include recurring arcs on the likes of AMERICAN DREAMS, SEVENTH HEAVEN, and Ryan Murphy’s scathing look into the high school experience, POPULAR.

Page’s popularity likely originates from his role on the daytime drama ALL MY CHILDREN which garnered him a slot amongst People Magazine’s “Most Eligible Bachelors.” Born in Milwaukee, Page earned himself a B.A. degree in ecology and evolutionary biology from prestigious Princeton University where he also played baseball. Upon graduation, he moved to Manhattan to focus on his acting career. He eventually moved west to Los Angeles where he currently resides.
 

Brittany Ishibashi

Brittany Ishibashi

"Brittany"

Brittany Ishibashi

  "Brittany"

Raised in "the real OC", Brittany discovered her love of performance at the tender age of 6 while putting on front yard shows for all of her friends, real and imaginary. In addition to her consistent work in tv, film and theatre, Brittany is also collaborating on a new musical with her family (who all happen to have the artsy bug). Recent guest spots include Journeyman, Greys Anatomy, Supernatural and The Office.

Charlie Koznick

Charlie Koznick

"Father Grant"

Charlie Koznick

  "Father Grant"

Charlie was born and raised in the great state of Minnesota, where alpine ski racing was a large part of his life growing up. His only sister is a three- time Olympian in women's slalom and giant slalom events. Koznick attended St. Thomas Military Academy High School. By the time he graduated, he knew that continuing to ski race was not in the cards for him.

Charlie went on to attend the University of San Diego. He graduated with a degree in finance and a minor in philosophy. It wasn't until his senior year that he even thought about the acting profession. On a random weekend trip up to Los Angeles from San Diego, Koznick caught the acting bug and hasn't been able to shake it since.

Charlie had a very successful start to his career. The past two seasons he had a recurring role on NBC's "Las Vegas," playing Dean Cain's younger brother. Some of his other tv credits include recurring roles on "Veronica Mars" and "Joan of Arcadia." Koznick also has guest starred on "CSI: NY" and "The District." Next Summer he plays Rick in Nowhereland starring Eddie Murphy.
 

Chandra West

Chandra West

"Chandra"

Chandra West

  "Chandra"

Chandra West has been keeping herself busy in both feature films and television. She recently wrapped a recurring role on FOX’s “90210”, the Hallmark film “Saving Grace” and was just seen in the Lifetime Original film “Of Murder and Memory” based on the best selling novel “Who Named the Knife” by Linda Spalding. West portrays a prisoner serving a life term who bonds with a former juror on her case. The film will air later this year.

She has also recently co-starred in the HBO series “John From Cincinnati” created by David Milch, portraying a porn star returning to town to reconnect with her young son. In a more comedic turn, West had a supporting role in the feature film I Now Pronounce you Chuck and Larry opposite Adam Sandler for Universal.

In addition, West starred in the independent film Badland directed by Francesco Lucente. She plays a small town waitress unaware that she is harboring a fugitive in her home. Vinessa Shaw and British actor Jamie Draven co-star in the film.

Previously, West has had the distinction of portraying the on-screen wife of two former Batman’s. In Universal’s dramatic thriller White Noise she communicated from beyond with her bereaved husband Michael Keaton. In similar fashion, she was taken from her adoring spouse Val Kilmer in Castle Rock’s The Salton Sea.

No stranger to the small screen, West portrayed the recurring character of Mark-Paul Gosselaar’s troubled girlfriend on the ABC series “NYPD Blue”, and co-starred in the short lived but critically acclaimed NBC series “Mr. Sterling” opposite Josh Brolin. Other television work includes a starring role in the highly rated CBS mini series “Category 6: Day of Destruction” with Brian Dennehy and Dianne Weist and “The 70’s” produced by Denise DiNovi for NBC.

Additional feature film credits include the 20th Century Fox film The First Twenty Million is Always the Hardest with Rosario Dawson and The Toronto Film Festival’s official selection The Perfect Son.
 

Billy Aaron Brown

Billy Aaron Brown

"Ben"

Billy Aaron Brown

  "Ben"

Billy Brown left his native Iowa, at the age of 18, to pursue is acting career and conquer Hollywood.

Billy began his career as the most overused love interest in the Olsen Twin movies. He has had numerous roles on television and had fun exploring his nerd side in Jeepers Creepers 2. Billy also had a recurring role as Kyle, in 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, starring John Ritter. You can look for Billy in the upcoming feature “The Strip”.
 

Sam Riegel

Sam Riegel

Additional Writing

Sam Riegel

  Additional Writing

Sam is a comedy writer and actor living in Los Angeles, whose writing credits include television projects for Spike TV, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon. Recently, Sam co-created and produced the Webby Award honoree series “Cooking to Get Lucky” with IB’s own Andrew Miller, Eden Riegel and Quyen Tran (DP). And if you’ve spent any time online, you might have caught Sam and his writing partner Rob Blatt starring in their viral hit music video, “Weekend Plans.” Sam also does loads of cartoon voices, including Donatello on the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” Fox series.

Bo Price

Bo Price

Additional Writing

Bo Price

  Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

Jeff Ploiquin

Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

  Additional Writing

Jeff Poliquin worked as a writer on the “Borat” movie as well as on the second season of “Lil’ Bush” for Comedy Central and the animated series, “Free for All” for Showtime. He wrote episode 9 of the popular web series “Imaginary Bitches” in addition to a variety of television and feature projects for Fox, CBS, Universal and Warner Brothers.

He was nominated for a 2007 Writers Guild Award for his writing on “The Simpsons Video Game.”
 

Nichole Millard

Nichole Millard

Additional Writing

Nichole Millard

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Kathryn Price

Kathryn Price

Additional Writing

Kathryn Price

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Quyen Tran

Quyen Tran

Director of Photography

Quyen Tran

  Director of Photography

At UCLA, Quyen won Best Cinematography three years in a row, photographing numerous short films which have screened at festivals including Telluride, Los Angeles Film Festival, and Tribeca among others. In the last couple years since graduating she has shot films in South Africa, Thailand, Iowa and Vietnam.
Quyen recently completed Quentin Lee's narrative feature THE PEOPLE I'VE SLEPT WITH, starring Wilson Cruz and Karin Anna Cheung. She is currently shooting a feature length documentary with director Grace Lee, and also about to shoot a feature starring Rebecca Hall and Jason Ritter in August.
 

Tatiana S. Riegel

Tatiana S. Riegel

Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel

  Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel A.C.E. is currently editing THE MEN WHO STARE AT GOATS, directed by Grant Heslov. Riegel's other feature credits include the critical hit LARS AND THE REAL GIRL, directed by Craig Gillespie. She was the second editor on Paul Thomas Anderson's THERE WILL BE BLOOD, editor on Wim Wenders' THE MILLION DOLLAR HOTEL and co-editor on Gregg Araki's SPLENDOR. This year, Riegel received an ACE Eddie award for her work on the HBO film PU-239, directed by Scott Z. Burns.

Riegel recently completed THE UNITED STATES OF TARA, a pilot for Showtime created and produced by Steven Spielberg and Diablo Cody. It stars Toni Colette and was directed by Craig Gillespie. Riegel's work can also be seen on the NBC pilot episode of MY OWN WORST ENEMY, starring Christian Slater and the pilot of THE CLEANER, both directed by David Semel.

Other credits include the popular Fox series HOUSE, AMERICAN DREAMS for NBC and several pilots including PASADENA, directed by Diane Keaton for Fox.

Riegel began her career as apprentice editor on the indie sleeper, RIVER'S EDGE and was first assistant editor on Quentin Tarantino's PULP FICTION, FOUR ROOMS and the Associate Editor on JACKIE BROWN.
 

Alex Puro

Alex Puro

Original Music

Alex Puro

  Original Music

Ben Harrison

Ben Harrison

Theme Music

Ben Harrison

  Theme Music

Tibo Barbillon

Tibo Barbillon

Additional Music

Tibo Barbillon

  Additional Music

Dan Mock

Dan Mock

Additional Music

Dan Mock

  Additional Music

Dorado Sound

Dorado Sound

Additional Music

Dorado Sound

  Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

Mr. Lexicon

Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

  Additional Music

Angie Pop

Angie Pop

Gaffer

Angie Pop

  Gaffer

John Borges

John Borges

First Assistant Director

John Borges

  First Assistant Director

Mark Williams

Mark Williams

Sound Editor

Mark Williams

  Sound Editor

Alexey Mohr

Alexey Mohr

Re-recording Mixer

Alexey Mohr

  Re-recording Mixer

Tom Diasio

Tom Diasio

Color Timing

Tom Diasio

  Color Timing

Tara Devlin

Tara Devlin

Logo Design

Tara Devlin

  Logo Design

Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller

Creator, Writer/Director

Andrew Miller

  Creator, Writer/Director

Miller began his career as an actor at age 16 in Toronto, Canada. Early theater roles include Moritz Stiefel in Frank Wedekind's Spring Awakening and Eugene Morris Jerome in Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs. Film roles include Simon in “South of Wawa”, written by bestselling Canadian novelist Lori Lansens, Kazan, the autistic man, in Vincenzo Natali's “Cube”, and Donald in “Oh, What a Night”, for which he was nominated for a 1992 Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor. He also co-starred with Barbara Hershey and Tom Berringer in “Last of the Dogmen”.

As a screenwriter, Miller co-wrote the films Simon Sez, starring Dennis Rodman and Dane Cook and Miramax Pictures' Boys and Girls, Starring Freddie Prinze, Jr., Claire Forlani, and Jason Biggs. He also co-wrote Vincenzo Natali's independently produced feature film, Nothing, in which he also starred starred opposite childhood friend David Hewlett.
 

Seth Adam Cohen

Seth Adam Cohen

Producer

Seth Adam Cohen

  Producer

Judson Morgan

Judson Morgan

Producer

Judson Morgan

  Producer

Eden Riegel

Eden Riegel

"Eden"

Eden Riegel

  "Eden"

Eden played Bianca Montgomery on ABC’s “All My Children,” a role which garnered her a Daytime Emmy award and four Emmy nominations. She grew up in New York City, making her Broadway debut at age seven in Les Misérables. Eden went on to perform extensively in theater, television, and film. TV appearances include “Law and Order,” “American Dreams,” and “New York Undercover.” Eden can be seen in American Pie, and heard in DreamWorks’ animated film The Prince of Egypt. She recently completed work on the upcoming Judd Apatow film The Year One starring Jack Black and Michael Cera.

Brooke Nevin

Brooke Nevin

"Brooke"

Brooke Nevin

  "Brooke"

This is the first time Brooke has acted with imaginary people, but she’s had a wealth of experience playing pretend. Most recently, Brooke appeared as the very real sister Chloe on the CBS sitcom, “Worst Week”, pretended to be David Koechner’s daughter in Fox Atomic’s sports comedy “The Comebacks”. She stars alongside James LeGros, Michael Shulman and Enrico Colantini in the independent feature “Sherman’s Way”, winner of the Audience Award for Best Feature - 2008 Cinequest Film Festival and part of the official selection for the Newport Beach Film Festival this year.

Brooke has just complete filming the Hallmark Original movie, “Wedding Dance”. Brooke has also appeared in numerous guest roles on tv shows including Grey’s Anatomy, Eli Stone, My Boys, Without A Trace, Smallville, Charmed and as a series regular in USA Network’s The 4400. She will also be starring in Icon Productions’ upcoming feature “Infestation”, slated for release this fall.
 

Elizabeth Hendrickson

Elizabeth Hendrickson

"Lizzie"

Elizabeth Hendrickson

  "Lizzie"

A native of New York, Hendrickson showed an interest in performing on stage at an early age.

Soon after studying Musical Theater at Syracuse University and attending Fordham University, where she majored in Communications. Hendrickson's first big break came when she was cast as Frankie Stone on "All My Children." Her role as Maggie Stone, the character's identical twin and love interest of Bianca Montgomery (Eden Riegel), launched the character into iconic status and garnered her critical acclaim.

In 2005 Elizabeth moved to California to continue her career in television and landed roles on such shows as " "Medium," "Cold Case", "CSI: Miami" and "Criminal Minds." 

She is currently enjoying playing the role of Chloe Mitchell on The Young & The Restless, a dynamic fashion guru hired by Jabot to work on the Fresh Face of Jabot photo shoots. 

Other credits include In the Weeds (pilot) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Searching For Bobby DeNiro.
 

Connie Fletcher Staton

Connie Fletcher Staton

"Connie"

Connie Fletcher Staton

  "Connie"

Originally from Jacksonville, Florida, Connie received a BFA from Boston University in Acting and a minor in Art History. She played Erin Lavery on the daytime drama "All My Children" and currently lives in LA with her husband, Aaron. This is her internet debut.

Jessalyn Gilsig

Jessalyn Gilsig

"Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig

  "Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig had the distinction of simultaneously starring in two of television’s most acclaimed drama series – the Golden Globe-winning “Best Drama” NIP/TUCK and Brett Ratner’s breakout FOX drama PRISON BREAK as Dominic Purcell’s ex-wife. On NIP/TUCK, a show that has simmered since its inception, Gilsig portrays feisty Gina Russo to Julian McMahon’s slick Dr. Troy. The show garnered Gilsig “near genius” reviews and impressed in the ratings as well; enough to garner her additional stand-out recurring roles on NBC’s hit dramas HEROES as the cheerleaders’s mother, and on FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS. She most recently had a recurring role as possible love interest to Gary Sinise’s character on CSI: NY.

No stranger to acclaimed programming, audiences also know Gilsig as strong-willed Social Studies teacher Lauren Davis on BOSTON PUBLIC, a role that creator David E. Kelly had created with she in mind. Gilsig had also achieved series regular status on his SNOOPS, as well as an arc on THE PRACTICE. More recently, she recurred as a detective on Steven Bochco’s NYPD BLUE, and guest starred on an upcoming edition of LAW & ORDER.

Also impressive are Gilsig’s film credits. She recently appeared as Brittany Snow’s aunt in Screen Gem’s hit remake of the PROM NIGHT thriller, and returned from Toronto where she filmed the action/thriller XIII alongside Val Kilmer and Stephen Dorff. Gilsig has also worked with the likes of Robert Redford on THE HORSE WHISPERER, and appeared as Sally Field’s daughter in Showtime’s A COOLER CLIMATE. She took to the ice for the Canadian hockey drama CHICKS WITH STICKS with Jason Priestley, starred for the Weitz brothers in the mockumentary SEE THIS MOVIE, and also starred opposite Robert Carlyle in Lionsgate’s FLOOD.

A Montreal native, Gilsig honed her talents at Harvard University’s prestigious American Repertory Theatre. Hence, an extensive list of stage credits includes the off-Broadway productions of “Fifth of July,” in which she starred opposite Robert Sean Leonard and Parker Posey, “Gun Shy,” and “Mere Mortals

Gilsig is currently starring in the FOX series, GLEE.
 

Greg Rikaart

Greg Rikaart

"Mark"

Greg Rikaart

  "Mark"

Greg joined The Young and the Restless in June, 2003, as Kevin Fisher. In 2005, Greg won a Daytime Emmy as Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. He was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in the same category in 2006 and 2007.

Greg grew up on Staten Island, N.Y. and has an older sister, Keri. He graduated with honors from Villanova University in Pennsylvania. While in college, he spent a semester in Washington, D.C., interning on Capitol Hill.

After moving to Hollywood to pursue his career as an actor, Greg began training with Howard Fine and early in his career he appeared in shows including As If, Grounded For Life, That's Life, Gilmore Girls and Strong Medicine.

Prior to landing the role of Kevin, Rikaart had a recurring role on Dawson's Creek. He has also appeared in the feature films X-Men 2 and Prey for Rock and Roll. Most recently, he guest-starred on episodes of The Closer and CSI:Miami.
 

Michael Traynor

Michael Traynor

"Waiter Guy"

Michael Traynor

  "Waiter Guy"

Michael can be seen in leading roles in the features CRY FUNNY HAPPY (Sundance Film Festival), A NECESSARY DEATH (SXSW Film Festival), and in the upcoming feature A PERFECT GETAWAY (Relativity Media/MGM). In addition, he has done numerous sketch shows at The Second City in Los Angeles, has been a script doctor for high profile video game titles, and has an unparalleled love of gingerbread....mmmm, fresh, fresh gingerbread.

James Kee

James Kee

"Dr. James Kee"

James Kee

  "Dr. James Kee"

Aaron Staton

Aaron Staton

"Bruce"

Aaron Staton

  "Bruce"

Aaron Staton made his Broadway debut in Mamma Mia, and he then went on to star in the title role of the Manhattan Theatre Club's production of The American Pilot. He soon can be seen in Steven Soderbergh's Guerilla, as well as in The Nanny Diaries and with Jonathan Rhys Meyers in August Rush, which was directed by Kirsten Sheridan. Aaron had appeared on Law and Order: SVU, Seventh Heaven and Without a Trace. Other t.v. credits include playing Ken Cosgrove on the Golden Globe-winning television show Mad Men on AMC. Staton, a 2004 graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater. He and his wife, Connie, live in Los Angeles.

Sam Page

Sam Page

"Riley"

Sam Page

  "Riley"

Sam Page starred as a handsome District Attorney with a heart of gold on the new CBS drama SHARK. Aside from portraying an attorney with morals on a weekly basis, further testament to his acting ability was being able to hold his own alongside co-star James Woods. He is a recurring character on the critically acclaimed AMC drama MAN MEN.

He has since completed production on the Spike TV original telefilm RED LINE, followed by the independent drama feature FALLING UP.

Whether swimming with sharks or maneuvering throughout the supernatural events on the short-lived, yet critically-acclaimed POINT PLEASANT, Page continued to impress in a variety of roles. Additional credits include recurring arcs on the likes of AMERICAN DREAMS, SEVENTH HEAVEN, and Ryan Murphy’s scathing look into the high school experience, POPULAR.

Page’s popularity likely originates from his role on the daytime drama ALL MY CHILDREN which garnered him a slot amongst People Magazine’s “Most Eligible Bachelors.” Born in Milwaukee, Page earned himself a B.A. degree in ecology and evolutionary biology from prestigious Princeton University where he also played baseball. Upon graduation, he moved to Manhattan to focus on his acting career. He eventually moved west to Los Angeles where he currently resides.
 

Brittany Ishibashi

Brittany Ishibashi

"Brittany"

Brittany Ishibashi

  "Brittany"

Raised in "the real OC", Brittany discovered her love of performance at the tender age of 6 while putting on front yard shows for all of her friends, real and imaginary. In addition to her consistent work in tv, film and theatre, Brittany is also collaborating on a new musical with her family (who all happen to have the artsy bug). Recent guest spots include Journeyman, Greys Anatomy, Supernatural and The Office.

Charlie Koznick

Charlie Koznick

"Father Grant"

Charlie Koznick

  "Father Grant"

Charlie was born and raised in the great state of Minnesota, where alpine ski racing was a large part of his life growing up. His only sister is a three- time Olympian in women's slalom and giant slalom events. Koznick attended St. Thomas Military Academy High School. By the time he graduated, he knew that continuing to ski race was not in the cards for him.

Charlie went on to attend the University of San Diego. He graduated with a degree in finance and a minor in philosophy. It wasn't until his senior year that he even thought about the acting profession. On a random weekend trip up to Los Angeles from San Diego, Koznick caught the acting bug and hasn't been able to shake it since.

Charlie had a very successful start to his career. The past two seasons he had a recurring role on NBC's "Las Vegas," playing Dean Cain's younger brother. Some of his other tv credits include recurring roles on "Veronica Mars" and "Joan of Arcadia." Koznick also has guest starred on "CSI: NY" and "The District." Next Summer he plays Rick in Nowhereland starring Eddie Murphy.
 

Chandra West

Chandra West

"Chandra"

Chandra West

  "Chandra"

Chandra West has been keeping herself busy in both feature films and television. She recently wrapped a recurring role on FOX’s “90210”, the Hallmark film “Saving Grace” and was just seen in the Lifetime Original film “Of Murder and Memory” based on the best selling novel “Who Named the Knife” by Linda Spalding. West portrays a prisoner serving a life term who bonds with a former juror on her case. The film will air later this year.

She has also recently co-starred in the HBO series “John From Cincinnati” created by David Milch, portraying a porn star returning to town to reconnect with her young son. In a more comedic turn, West had a supporting role in the feature film I Now Pronounce you Chuck and Larry opposite Adam Sandler for Universal.

In addition, West starred in the independent film Badland directed by Francesco Lucente. She plays a small town waitress unaware that she is harboring a fugitive in her home. Vinessa Shaw and British actor Jamie Draven co-star in the film.

Previously, West has had the distinction of portraying the on-screen wife of two former Batman’s. In Universal’s dramatic thriller White Noise she communicated from beyond with her bereaved husband Michael Keaton. In similar fashion, she was taken from her adoring spouse Val Kilmer in Castle Rock’s The Salton Sea.

No stranger to the small screen, West portrayed the recurring character of Mark-Paul Gosselaar’s troubled girlfriend on the ABC series “NYPD Blue”, and co-starred in the short lived but critically acclaimed NBC series “Mr. Sterling” opposite Josh Brolin. Other television work includes a starring role in the highly rated CBS mini series “Category 6: Day of Destruction” with Brian Dennehy and Dianne Weist and “The 70’s” produced by Denise DiNovi for NBC.

Additional feature film credits include the 20th Century Fox film The First Twenty Million is Always the Hardest with Rosario Dawson and The Toronto Film Festival’s official selection The Perfect Son.
 

Billy Aaron Brown

Billy Aaron Brown

"Ben"

Billy Aaron Brown

  "Ben"

Billy Brown left his native Iowa, at the age of 18, to pursue is acting career and conquer Hollywood.

Billy began his career as the most overused love interest in the Olsen Twin movies. He has had numerous roles on television and had fun exploring his nerd side in Jeepers Creepers 2. Billy also had a recurring role as Kyle, in 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, starring John Ritter. You can look for Billy in the upcoming feature “The Strip”.
 

Sam Riegel

Sam Riegel

Additional Writing

Sam Riegel

  Additional Writing

Sam is a comedy writer and actor living in Los Angeles, whose writing credits include television projects for Spike TV, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon. Recently, Sam co-created and produced the Webby Award honoree series “Cooking to Get Lucky” with IB’s own Andrew Miller, Eden Riegel and Quyen Tran (DP). And if you’ve spent any time online, you might have caught Sam and his writing partner Rob Blatt starring in their viral hit music video, “Weekend Plans.” Sam also does loads of cartoon voices, including Donatello on the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” Fox series.

Bo Price

Bo Price

Additional Writing

Bo Price

  Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

Jeff Ploiquin

Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

  Additional Writing

Jeff Poliquin worked as a writer on the “Borat” movie as well as on the second season of “Lil’ Bush” for Comedy Central and the animated series, “Free for All” for Showtime. He wrote episode 9 of the popular web series “Imaginary Bitches” in addition to a variety of television and feature projects for Fox, CBS, Universal and Warner Brothers.

He was nominated for a 2007 Writers Guild Award for his writing on “The Simpsons Video Game.”
 

Nichole Millard

Nichole Millard

Additional Writing

Nichole Millard

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Kathryn Price

Kathryn Price

Additional Writing

Kathryn Price

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Quyen Tran

Quyen Tran

Director of Photography

Quyen Tran

  Director of Photography

At UCLA, Quyen won Best Cinematography three years in a row, photographing numerous short films which have screened at festivals including Telluride, Los Angeles Film Festival, and Tribeca among others. In the last couple years since graduating she has shot films in South Africa, Thailand, Iowa and Vietnam.
Quyen recently completed Quentin Lee's narrative feature THE PEOPLE I'VE SLEPT WITH, starring Wilson Cruz and Karin Anna Cheung. She is currently shooting a feature length documentary with director Grace Lee, and also about to shoot a feature starring Rebecca Hall and Jason Ritter in August.
 

Tatiana S. Riegel

Tatiana S. Riegel

Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel

  Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel A.C.E. is currently editing THE MEN WHO STARE AT GOATS, directed by Grant Heslov. Riegel's other feature credits include the critical hit LARS AND THE REAL GIRL, directed by Craig Gillespie. She was the second editor on Paul Thomas Anderson's THERE WILL BE BLOOD, editor on Wim Wenders' THE MILLION DOLLAR HOTEL and co-editor on Gregg Araki's SPLENDOR. This year, Riegel received an ACE Eddie award for her work on the HBO film PU-239, directed by Scott Z. Burns.

Riegel recently completed THE UNITED STATES OF TARA, a pilot for Showtime created and produced by Steven Spielberg and Diablo Cody. It stars Toni Colette and was directed by Craig Gillespie. Riegel's work can also be seen on the NBC pilot episode of MY OWN WORST ENEMY, starring Christian Slater and the pilot of THE CLEANER, both directed by David Semel.

Other credits include the popular Fox series HOUSE, AMERICAN DREAMS for NBC and several pilots including PASADENA, directed by Diane Keaton for Fox.

Riegel began her career as apprentice editor on the indie sleeper, RIVER'S EDGE and was first assistant editor on Quentin Tarantino's PULP FICTION, FOUR ROOMS and the Associate Editor on JACKIE BROWN.
 

Alex Puro

Alex Puro

Original Music

Alex Puro

  Original Music

Ben Harrison

Ben Harrison

Theme Music

Ben Harrison

  Theme Music

Tibo Barbillon

Tibo Barbillon

Additional Music

Tibo Barbillon

  Additional Music

Dan Mock

Dan Mock

Additional Music

Dan Mock

  Additional Music

Dorado Sound

Dorado Sound

Additional Music

Dorado Sound

  Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

Mr. Lexicon

Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

  Additional Music

Angie Pop

Angie Pop

Gaffer

Angie Pop

  Gaffer

John Borges

John Borges

First Assistant Director

John Borges

  First Assistant Director

Mark Williams

Mark Williams

Sound Editor

Mark Williams

  Sound Editor

Alexey Mohr

Alexey Mohr

Re-recording Mixer

Alexey Mohr

  Re-recording Mixer

Tom Diasio

Tom Diasio

Color Timing

Tom Diasio

  Color Timing

Tara Devlin

Tara Devlin

Logo Design

Tara Devlin

  Logo Design

Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller

Creator, Writer/Director

Andrew Miller

  Creator, Writer/Director

Miller began his career as an actor at age 16 in Toronto, Canada. Early theater roles include Moritz Stiefel in Frank Wedekind's Spring Awakening and Eugene Morris Jerome in Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs. Film roles include Simon in “South of Wawa”, written by bestselling Canadian novelist Lori Lansens, Kazan, the autistic man, in Vincenzo Natali's “Cube”, and Donald in “Oh, What a Night”, for which he was nominated for a 1992 Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor. He also co-starred with Barbara Hershey and Tom Berringer in “Last of the Dogmen”.

As a screenwriter, Miller co-wrote the films Simon Sez, starring Dennis Rodman and Dane Cook and Miramax Pictures' Boys and Girls, Starring Freddie Prinze, Jr., Claire Forlani, and Jason Biggs. He also co-wrote Vincenzo Natali's independently produced feature film, Nothing, in which he also starred starred opposite childhood friend David Hewlett.
 

Seth Adam Cohen

Seth Adam Cohen

Producer

Seth Adam Cohen

  Producer

Judson Morgan

Judson Morgan

Producer

Judson Morgan

  Producer

Eden Riegel

Eden Riegel

"Eden"

Eden Riegel

  "Eden"

Eden played Bianca Montgomery on ABC’s “All My Children,” a role which garnered her a Daytime Emmy award and four Emmy nominations. She grew up in New York City, making her Broadway debut at age seven in Les Misérables. Eden went on to perform extensively in theater, television, and film. TV appearances include “Law and Order,” “American Dreams,” and “New York Undercover.” Eden can be seen in American Pie, and heard in DreamWorks’ animated film The Prince of Egypt. She recently completed work on the upcoming Judd Apatow film The Year One starring Jack Black and Michael Cera.

Brooke Nevin

Brooke Nevin

"Brooke"

Brooke Nevin

  "Brooke"

This is the first time Brooke has acted with imaginary people, but she’s had a wealth of experience playing pretend. Most recently, Brooke appeared as the very real sister Chloe on the CBS sitcom, “Worst Week”, pretended to be David Koechner’s daughter in Fox Atomic’s sports comedy “The Comebacks”. She stars alongside James LeGros, Michael Shulman and Enrico Colantini in the independent feature “Sherman’s Way”, winner of the Audience Award for Best Feature - 2008 Cinequest Film Festival and part of the official selection for the Newport Beach Film Festival this year.

Brooke has just complete filming the Hallmark Original movie, “Wedding Dance”. Brooke has also appeared in numerous guest roles on tv shows including Grey’s Anatomy, Eli Stone, My Boys, Without A Trace, Smallville, Charmed and as a series regular in USA Network’s The 4400. She will also be starring in Icon Productions’ upcoming feature “Infestation”, slated for release this fall.
 

Elizabeth Hendrickson

Elizabeth Hendrickson

"Lizzie"

Elizabeth Hendrickson

  "Lizzie"

A native of New York, Hendrickson showed an interest in performing on stage at an early age.

Soon after studying Musical Theater at Syracuse University and attending Fordham University, where she majored in Communications. Hendrickson's first big break came when she was cast as Frankie Stone on "All My Children." Her role as Maggie Stone, the character's identical twin and love interest of Bianca Montgomery (Eden Riegel), launched the character into iconic status and garnered her critical acclaim.

In 2005 Elizabeth moved to California to continue her career in television and landed roles on such shows as " "Medium," "Cold Case", "CSI: Miami" and "Criminal Minds." 

She is currently enjoying playing the role of Chloe Mitchell on The Young & The Restless, a dynamic fashion guru hired by Jabot to work on the Fresh Face of Jabot photo shoots. 

Other credits include In the Weeds (pilot) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Searching For Bobby DeNiro.
 

Connie Fletcher Staton

Connie Fletcher Staton

"Connie"

Connie Fletcher Staton

  "Connie"

Originally from Jacksonville, Florida, Connie received a BFA from Boston University in Acting and a minor in Art History. She played Erin Lavery on the daytime drama "All My Children" and currently lives in LA with her husband, Aaron. This is her internet debut.

Jessalyn Gilsig

Jessalyn Gilsig

"Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig

  "Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig had the distinction of simultaneously starring in two of television’s most acclaimed drama series – the Golden Globe-winning “Best Drama” NIP/TUCK and Brett Ratner’s breakout FOX drama PRISON BREAK as Dominic Purcell’s ex-wife. On NIP/TUCK, a show that has simmered since its inception, Gilsig portrays feisty Gina Russo to Julian McMahon’s slick Dr. Troy. The show garnered Gilsig “near genius” reviews and impressed in the ratings as well; enough to garner her additional stand-out recurring roles on NBC’s hit dramas HEROES as the cheerleaders’s mother, and on FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS. She most recently had a recurring role as possible love interest to Gary Sinise’s character on CSI: NY.

No stranger to acclaimed programming, audiences also know Gilsig as strong-willed Social Studies teacher Lauren Davis on BOSTON PUBLIC, a role that creator David E. Kelly had created with she in mind. Gilsig had also achieved series regular status on his SNOOPS, as well as an arc on THE PRACTICE. More recently, she recurred as a detective on Steven Bochco’s NYPD BLUE, and guest starred on an upcoming edition of LAW & ORDER.

Also impressive are Gilsig’s film credits. She recently appeared as Brittany Snow’s aunt in Screen Gem’s hit remake of the PROM NIGHT thriller, and returned from Toronto where she filmed the action/thriller XIII alongside Val Kilmer and Stephen Dorff. Gilsig has also worked with the likes of Robert Redford on THE HORSE WHISPERER, and appeared as Sally Field’s daughter in Showtime’s A COOLER CLIMATE. She took to the ice for the Canadian hockey drama CHICKS WITH STICKS with Jason Priestley, starred for the Weitz brothers in the mockumentary SEE THIS MOVIE, and also starred opposite Robert Carlyle in Lionsgate’s FLOOD.

A Montreal native, Gilsig honed her talents at Harvard University’s prestigious American Repertory Theatre. Hence, an extensive list of stage credits includes the off-Broadway productions of “Fifth of July,” in which she starred opposite Robert Sean Leonard and Parker Posey, “Gun Shy,” and “Mere Mortals

Gilsig is currently starring in the FOX series, GLEE.
 

Greg Rikaart

Greg Rikaart

"Mark"

Greg Rikaart

  "Mark"

Greg joined The Young and the Restless in June, 2003, as Kevin Fisher. In 2005, Greg won a Daytime Emmy as Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. He was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in the same category in 2006 and 2007.

Greg grew up on Staten Island, N.Y. and has an older sister, Keri. He graduated with honors from Villanova University in Pennsylvania. While in college, he spent a semester in Washington, D.C., interning on Capitol Hill.

After moving to Hollywood to pursue his career as an actor, Greg began training with Howard Fine and early in his career he appeared in shows including As If, Grounded For Life, That's Life, Gilmore Girls and Strong Medicine.

Prior to landing the role of Kevin, Rikaart had a recurring role on Dawson's Creek. He has also appeared in the feature films X-Men 2 and Prey for Rock and Roll. Most recently, he guest-starred on episodes of The Closer and CSI:Miami.
 

Michael Traynor

Michael Traynor

"Waiter Guy"

Michael Traynor

  "Waiter Guy"

Michael can be seen in leading roles in the features CRY FUNNY HAPPY (Sundance Film Festival), A NECESSARY DEATH (SXSW Film Festival), and in the upcoming feature A PERFECT GETAWAY (Relativity Media/MGM). In addition, he has done numerous sketch shows at The Second City in Los Angeles, has been a script doctor for high profile video game titles, and has an unparalleled love of gingerbread....mmmm, fresh, fresh gingerbread.

James Kee

James Kee

"Dr. James Kee"

James Kee

  "Dr. James Kee"

Aaron Staton

Aaron Staton

"Bruce"

Aaron Staton

  "Bruce"

Aaron Staton made his Broadway debut in Mamma Mia, and he then went on to star in the title role of the Manhattan Theatre Club's production of The American Pilot. He soon can be seen in Steven Soderbergh's Guerilla, as well as in The Nanny Diaries and with Jonathan Rhys Meyers in August Rush, which was directed by Kirsten Sheridan. Aaron had appeared on Law and Order: SVU, Seventh Heaven and Without a Trace. Other t.v. credits include playing Ken Cosgrove on the Golden Globe-winning television show Mad Men on AMC. Staton, a 2004 graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater. He and his wife, Connie, live in Los Angeles.

Sam Page

Sam Page

"Riley"

Sam Page

  "Riley"

Sam Page starred as a handsome District Attorney with a heart of gold on the new CBS drama SHARK. Aside from portraying an attorney with morals on a weekly basis, further testament to his acting ability was being able to hold his own alongside co-star James Woods. He is a recurring character on the critically acclaimed AMC drama MAN MEN.

He has since completed production on the Spike TV original telefilm RED LINE, followed by the independent drama feature FALLING UP.

Whether swimming with sharks or maneuvering throughout the supernatural events on the short-lived, yet critically-acclaimed POINT PLEASANT, Page continued to impress in a variety of roles. Additional credits include recurring arcs on the likes of AMERICAN DREAMS, SEVENTH HEAVEN, and Ryan Murphy’s scathing look into the high school experience, POPULAR.

Page’s popularity likely originates from his role on the daytime drama ALL MY CHILDREN which garnered him a slot amongst People Magazine’s “Most Eligible Bachelors.” Born in Milwaukee, Page earned himself a B.A. degree in ecology and evolutionary biology from prestigious Princeton University where he also played baseball. Upon graduation, he moved to Manhattan to focus on his acting career. He eventually moved west to Los Angeles where he currently resides.
 

Brittany Ishibashi

Brittany Ishibashi

"Brittany"

Brittany Ishibashi

  "Brittany"

Raised in "the real OC", Brittany discovered her love of performance at the tender age of 6 while putting on front yard shows for all of her friends, real and imaginary. In addition to her consistent work in tv, film and theatre, Brittany is also collaborating on a new musical with her family (who all happen to have the artsy bug). Recent guest spots include Journeyman, Greys Anatomy, Supernatural and The Office.

Charlie Koznick

Charlie Koznick

"Father Grant"

Charlie Koznick

  "Father Grant"

Charlie was born and raised in the great state of Minnesota, where alpine ski racing was a large part of his life growing up. His only sister is a three- time Olympian in women's slalom and giant slalom events. Koznick attended St. Thomas Military Academy High School. By the time he graduated, he knew that continuing to ski race was not in the cards for him.

Charlie went on to attend the University of San Diego. He graduated with a degree in finance and a minor in philosophy. It wasn't until his senior year that he even thought about the acting profession. On a random weekend trip up to Los Angeles from San Diego, Koznick caught the acting bug and hasn't been able to shake it since.

Charlie had a very successful start to his career. The past two seasons he had a recurring role on NBC's "Las Vegas," playing Dean Cain's younger brother. Some of his other tv credits include recurring roles on "Veronica Mars" and "Joan of Arcadia." Koznick also has guest starred on "CSI: NY" and "The District." Next Summer he plays Rick in Nowhereland starring Eddie Murphy.
 

Chandra West

Chandra West

"Chandra"

Chandra West

  "Chandra"

Chandra West has been keeping herself busy in both feature films and television. She recently wrapped a recurring role on FOX’s “90210”, the Hallmark film “Saving Grace” and was just seen in the Lifetime Original film “Of Murder and Memory” based on the best selling novel “Who Named the Knife” by Linda Spalding. West portrays a prisoner serving a life term who bonds with a former juror on her case. The film will air later this year.

She has also recently co-starred in the HBO series “John From Cincinnati” created by David Milch, portraying a porn star returning to town to reconnect with her young son. In a more comedic turn, West had a supporting role in the feature film I Now Pronounce you Chuck and Larry opposite Adam Sandler for Universal.

In addition, West starred in the independent film Badland directed by Francesco Lucente. She plays a small town waitress unaware that she is harboring a fugitive in her home. Vinessa Shaw and British actor Jamie Draven co-star in the film.

Previously, West has had the distinction of portraying the on-screen wife of two former Batman’s. In Universal’s dramatic thriller White Noise she communicated from beyond with her bereaved husband Michael Keaton. In similar fashion, she was taken from her adoring spouse Val Kilmer in Castle Rock’s The Salton Sea.

No stranger to the small screen, West portrayed the recurring character of Mark-Paul Gosselaar’s troubled girlfriend on the ABC series “NYPD Blue”, and co-starred in the short lived but critically acclaimed NBC series “Mr. Sterling” opposite Josh Brolin. Other television work includes a starring role in the highly rated CBS mini series “Category 6: Day of Destruction” with Brian Dennehy and Dianne Weist and “The 70’s” produced by Denise DiNovi for NBC.

Additional feature film credits include the 20th Century Fox film The First Twenty Million is Always the Hardest with Rosario Dawson and The Toronto Film Festival’s official selection The Perfect Son.
 

Billy Aaron Brown

Billy Aaron Brown

"Ben"

Billy Aaron Brown

  "Ben"

Billy Brown left his native Iowa, at the age of 18, to pursue is acting career and conquer Hollywood.

Billy began his career as the most overused love interest in the Olsen Twin movies. He has had numerous roles on television and had fun exploring his nerd side in Jeepers Creepers 2. Billy also had a recurring role as Kyle, in 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, starring John Ritter. You can look for Billy in the upcoming feature “The Strip”.
 

Sam Riegel

Sam Riegel

Additional Writing

Sam Riegel

  Additional Writing

Sam is a comedy writer and actor living in Los Angeles, whose writing credits include television projects for Spike TV, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon. Recently, Sam co-created and produced the Webby Award honoree series “Cooking to Get Lucky” with IB’s own Andrew Miller, Eden Riegel and Quyen Tran (DP). And if you’ve spent any time online, you might have caught Sam and his writing partner Rob Blatt starring in their viral hit music video, “Weekend Plans.” Sam also does loads of cartoon voices, including Donatello on the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” Fox series.

Bo Price

Bo Price

Additional Writing

Bo Price

  Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

Jeff Ploiquin

Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

  Additional Writing

Jeff Poliquin worked as a writer on the “Borat” movie as well as on the second season of “Lil’ Bush” for Comedy Central and the animated series, “Free for All” for Showtime. He wrote episode 9 of the popular web series “Imaginary Bitches” in addition to a variety of television and feature projects for Fox, CBS, Universal and Warner Brothers.

He was nominated for a 2007 Writers Guild Award for his writing on “The Simpsons Video Game.”
 

Nichole Millard

Nichole Millard

Additional Writing

Nichole Millard

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Kathryn Price

Kathryn Price

Additional Writing

Kathryn Price

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Quyen Tran

Quyen Tran

Director of Photography

Quyen Tran

  Director of Photography

At UCLA, Quyen won Best Cinematography three years in a row, photographing numerous short films which have screened at festivals including Telluride, Los Angeles Film Festival, and Tribeca among others. In the last couple years since graduating she has shot films in South Africa, Thailand, Iowa and Vietnam.
Quyen recently completed Quentin Lee's narrative feature THE PEOPLE I'VE SLEPT WITH, starring Wilson Cruz and Karin Anna Cheung. She is currently shooting a feature length documentary with director Grace Lee, and also about to shoot a feature starring Rebecca Hall and Jason Ritter in August.
 

Tatiana S. Riegel

Tatiana S. Riegel

Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel

  Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel A.C.E. is currently editing THE MEN WHO STARE AT GOATS, directed by Grant Heslov. Riegel's other feature credits include the critical hit LARS AND THE REAL GIRL, directed by Craig Gillespie. She was the second editor on Paul Thomas Anderson's THERE WILL BE BLOOD, editor on Wim Wenders' THE MILLION DOLLAR HOTEL and co-editor on Gregg Araki's SPLENDOR. This year, Riegel received an ACE Eddie award for her work on the HBO film PU-239, directed by Scott Z. Burns.

Riegel recently completed THE UNITED STATES OF TARA, a pilot for Showtime created and produced by Steven Spielberg and Diablo Cody. It stars Toni Colette and was directed by Craig Gillespie. Riegel's work can also be seen on the NBC pilot episode of MY OWN WORST ENEMY, starring Christian Slater and the pilot of THE CLEANER, both directed by David Semel.

Other credits include the popular Fox series HOUSE, AMERICAN DREAMS for NBC and several pilots including PASADENA, directed by Diane Keaton for Fox.

Riegel began her career as apprentice editor on the indie sleeper, RIVER'S EDGE and was first assistant editor on Quentin Tarantino's PULP FICTION, FOUR ROOMS and the Associate Editor on JACKIE BROWN.
 

Alex Puro

Alex Puro

Original Music

Alex Puro

  Original Music

Ben Harrison

Ben Harrison

Theme Music

Ben Harrison

  Theme Music

Tibo Barbillon

Tibo Barbillon

Additional Music

Tibo Barbillon

  Additional Music

Dan Mock

Dan Mock

Additional Music

Dan Mock

  Additional Music

Dorado Sound

Dorado Sound

Additional Music

Dorado Sound

  Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

Mr. Lexicon

Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

  Additional Music

Angie Pop

Angie Pop

Gaffer

Angie Pop

  Gaffer

John Borges

John Borges

First Assistant Director

John Borges

  First Assistant Director

Mark Williams

Mark Williams

Sound Editor

Mark Williams

  Sound Editor

Alexey Mohr

Alexey Mohr

Re-recording Mixer

Alexey Mohr

  Re-recording Mixer

Tom Diasio

Tom Diasio

Color Timing

Tom Diasio

  Color Timing

Tara Devlin

Tara Devlin

Logo Design

Tara Devlin

  Logo Design

Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller

Creator, Writer/Director

Andrew Miller

  Creator, Writer/Director

Miller began his career as an actor at age 16 in Toronto, Canada. Early theater roles include Moritz Stiefel in Frank Wedekind's Spring Awakening and Eugene Morris Jerome in Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs. Film roles include Simon in “South of Wawa”, written by bestselling Canadian novelist Lori Lansens, Kazan, the autistic man, in Vincenzo Natali's “Cube”, and Donald in “Oh, What a Night”, for which he was nominated for a 1992 Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor. He also co-starred with Barbara Hershey and Tom Berringer in “Last of the Dogmen”.

As a screenwriter, Miller co-wrote the films Simon Sez, starring Dennis Rodman and Dane Cook and Miramax Pictures' Boys and Girls, Starring Freddie Prinze, Jr., Claire Forlani, and Jason Biggs. He also co-wrote Vincenzo Natali's independently produced feature film, Nothing, in which he also starred starred opposite childhood friend David Hewlett.
 

Seth Adam Cohen

Seth Adam Cohen

Producer

Seth Adam Cohen

  Producer

Judson Morgan

Judson Morgan

Producer

Judson Morgan

  Producer

Eden Riegel

Eden Riegel

"Eden"

Eden Riegel

  "Eden"

Eden played Bianca Montgomery on ABC’s “All My Children,” a role which garnered her a Daytime Emmy award and four Emmy nominations. She grew up in New York City, making her Broadway debut at age seven in Les Misérables. Eden went on to perform extensively in theater, television, and film. TV appearances include “Law and Order,” “American Dreams,” and “New York Undercover.” Eden can be seen in American Pie, and heard in DreamWorks’ animated film The Prince of Egypt. She recently completed work on the upcoming Judd Apatow film The Year One starring Jack Black and Michael Cera.

Brooke Nevin

Brooke Nevin

"Brooke"

Brooke Nevin

  "Brooke"

This is the first time Brooke has acted with imaginary people, but she’s had a wealth of experience playing pretend. Most recently, Brooke appeared as the very real sister Chloe on the CBS sitcom, “Worst Week”, pretended to be David Koechner’s daughter in Fox Atomic’s sports comedy “The Comebacks”. She stars alongside James LeGros, Michael Shulman and Enrico Colantini in the independent feature “Sherman’s Way”, winner of the Audience Award for Best Feature - 2008 Cinequest Film Festival and part of the official selection for the Newport Beach Film Festival this year.

Brooke has just complete filming the Hallmark Original movie, “Wedding Dance”. Brooke has also appeared in numerous guest roles on tv shows including Grey’s Anatomy, Eli Stone, My Boys, Without A Trace, Smallville, Charmed and as a series regular in USA Network’s The 4400. She will also be starring in Icon Productions’ upcoming feature “Infestation”, slated for release this fall.
 

Elizabeth Hendrickson

Elizabeth Hendrickson

"Lizzie"

Elizabeth Hendrickson

  "Lizzie"

A native of New York, Hendrickson showed an interest in performing on stage at an early age.

Soon after studying Musical Theater at Syracuse University and attending Fordham University, where she majored in Communications. Hendrickson's first big break came when she was cast as Frankie Stone on "All My Children." Her role as Maggie Stone, the character's identical twin and love interest of Bianca Montgomery (Eden Riegel), launched the character into iconic status and garnered her critical acclaim.

In 2005 Elizabeth moved to California to continue her career in television and landed roles on such shows as " "Medium," "Cold Case", "CSI: Miami" and "Criminal Minds." 

She is currently enjoying playing the role of Chloe Mitchell on The Young & The Restless, a dynamic fashion guru hired by Jabot to work on the Fresh Face of Jabot photo shoots. 

Other credits include In the Weeds (pilot) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Searching For Bobby DeNiro.
 

Connie Fletcher Staton

Connie Fletcher Staton

"Connie"

Connie Fletcher Staton

  "Connie"

Originally from Jacksonville, Florida, Connie received a BFA from Boston University in Acting and a minor in Art History. She played Erin Lavery on the daytime drama "All My Children" and currently lives in LA with her husband, Aaron. This is her internet debut.

Jessalyn Gilsig

Jessalyn Gilsig

"Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig

  "Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig had the distinction of simultaneously starring in two of television’s most acclaimed drama series – the Golden Globe-winning “Best Drama” NIP/TUCK and Brett Ratner’s breakout FOX drama PRISON BREAK as Dominic Purcell’s ex-wife. On NIP/TUCK, a show that has simmered since its inception, Gilsig portrays feisty Gina Russo to Julian McMahon’s slick Dr. Troy. The show garnered Gilsig “near genius” reviews and impressed in the ratings as well; enough to garner her additional stand-out recurring roles on NBC’s hit dramas HEROES as the cheerleaders’s mother, and on FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS. She most recently had a recurring role as possible love interest to Gary Sinise’s character on CSI: NY.

No stranger to acclaimed programming, audiences also know Gilsig as strong-willed Social Studies teacher Lauren Davis on BOSTON PUBLIC, a role that creator David E. Kelly had created with she in mind. Gilsig had also achieved series regular status on his SNOOPS, as well as an arc on THE PRACTICE. More recently, she recurred as a detective on Steven Bochco’s NYPD BLUE, and guest starred on an upcoming edition of LAW & ORDER.

Also impressive are Gilsig’s film credits. She recently appeared as Brittany Snow’s aunt in Screen Gem’s hit remake of the PROM NIGHT thriller, and returned from Toronto where she filmed the action/thriller XIII alongside Val Kilmer and Stephen Dorff. Gilsig has also worked with the likes of Robert Redford on THE HORSE WHISPERER, and appeared as Sally Field’s daughter in Showtime’s A COOLER CLIMATE. She took to the ice for the Canadian hockey drama CHICKS WITH STICKS with Jason Priestley, starred for the Weitz brothers in the mockumentary SEE THIS MOVIE, and also starred opposite Robert Carlyle in Lionsgate’s FLOOD.

A Montreal native, Gilsig honed her talents at Harvard University’s prestigious American Repertory Theatre. Hence, an extensive list of stage credits includes the off-Broadway productions of “Fifth of July,” in which she starred opposite Robert Sean Leonard and Parker Posey, “Gun Shy,” and “Mere Mortals

Gilsig is currently starring in the FOX series, GLEE.
 

Greg Rikaart

Greg Rikaart

"Mark"

Greg Rikaart

  "Mark"

Greg joined The Young and the Restless in June, 2003, as Kevin Fisher. In 2005, Greg won a Daytime Emmy as Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. He was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in the same category in 2006 and 2007.

Greg grew up on Staten Island, N.Y. and has an older sister, Keri. He graduated with honors from Villanova University in Pennsylvania. While in college, he spent a semester in Washington, D.C., interning on Capitol Hill.

After moving to Hollywood to pursue his career as an actor, Greg began training with Howard Fine and early in his career he appeared in shows including As If, Grounded For Life, That's Life, Gilmore Girls and Strong Medicine.

Prior to landing the role of Kevin, Rikaart had a recurring role on Dawson's Creek. He has also appeared in the feature films X-Men 2 and Prey for Rock and Roll. Most recently, he guest-starred on episodes of The Closer and CSI:Miami.
 

Michael Traynor

Michael Traynor

"Waiter Guy"

Michael Traynor

  "Waiter Guy"

Michael can be seen in leading roles in the features CRY FUNNY HAPPY (Sundance Film Festival), A NECESSARY DEATH (SXSW Film Festival), and in the upcoming feature A PERFECT GETAWAY (Relativity Media/MGM). In addition, he has done numerous sketch shows at The Second City in Los Angeles, has been a script doctor for high profile video game titles, and has an unparalleled love of gingerbread....mmmm, fresh, fresh gingerbread.

James Kee

James Kee

"Dr. James Kee"

James Kee

  "Dr. James Kee"

Aaron Staton

Aaron Staton

"Bruce"

Aaron Staton

  "Bruce"

Aaron Staton made his Broadway debut in Mamma Mia, and he then went on to star in the title role of the Manhattan Theatre Club's production of The American Pilot. He soon can be seen in Steven Soderbergh's Guerilla, as well as in The Nanny Diaries and with Jonathan Rhys Meyers in August Rush, which was directed by Kirsten Sheridan. Aaron had appeared on Law and Order: SVU, Seventh Heaven and Without a Trace. Other t.v. credits include playing Ken Cosgrove on the Golden Globe-winning television show Mad Men on AMC. Staton, a 2004 graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater. He and his wife, Connie, live in Los Angeles.

Sam Page

Sam Page

"Riley"

Sam Page

  "Riley"

Sam Page starred as a handsome District Attorney with a heart of gold on the new CBS drama SHARK. Aside from portraying an attorney with morals on a weekly basis, further testament to his acting ability was being able to hold his own alongside co-star James Woods. He is a recurring character on the critically acclaimed AMC drama MAN MEN.

He has since completed production on the Spike TV original telefilm RED LINE, followed by the independent drama feature FALLING UP.

Whether swimming with sharks or maneuvering throughout the supernatural events on the short-lived, yet critically-acclaimed POINT PLEASANT, Page continued to impress in a variety of roles. Additional credits include recurring arcs on the likes of AMERICAN DREAMS, SEVENTH HEAVEN, and Ryan Murphy’s scathing look into the high school experience, POPULAR.

Page’s popularity likely originates from his role on the daytime drama ALL MY CHILDREN which garnered him a slot amongst People Magazine’s “Most Eligible Bachelors.” Born in Milwaukee, Page earned himself a B.A. degree in ecology and evolutionary biology from prestigious Princeton University where he also played baseball. Upon graduation, he moved to Manhattan to focus on his acting career. He eventually moved west to Los Angeles where he currently resides.
 

Brittany Ishibashi

Brittany Ishibashi

"Brittany"

Brittany Ishibashi

  "Brittany"

Raised in "the real OC", Brittany discovered her love of performance at the tender age of 6 while putting on front yard shows for all of her friends, real and imaginary. In addition to her consistent work in tv, film and theatre, Brittany is also collaborating on a new musical with her family (who all happen to have the artsy bug). Recent guest spots include Journeyman, Greys Anatomy, Supernatural and The Office.

Charlie Koznick

Charlie Koznick

"Father Grant"

Charlie Koznick

  "Father Grant"

Charlie was born and raised in the great state of Minnesota, where alpine ski racing was a large part of his life growing up. His only sister is a three- time Olympian in women's slalom and giant slalom events. Koznick attended St. Thomas Military Academy High School. By the time he graduated, he knew that continuing to ski race was not in the cards for him.

Charlie went on to attend the University of San Diego. He graduated with a degree in finance and a minor in philosophy. It wasn't until his senior year that he even thought about the acting profession. On a random weekend trip up to Los Angeles from San Diego, Koznick caught the acting bug and hasn't been able to shake it since.

Charlie had a very successful start to his career. The past two seasons he had a recurring role on NBC's "Las Vegas," playing Dean Cain's younger brother. Some of his other tv credits include recurring roles on "Veronica Mars" and "Joan of Arcadia." Koznick also has guest starred on "CSI: NY" and "The District." Next Summer he plays Rick in Nowhereland starring Eddie Murphy.
 

Chandra West

Chandra West

"Chandra"

Chandra West

  "Chandra"

Chandra West has been keeping herself busy in both feature films and television. She recently wrapped a recurring role on FOX’s “90210”, the Hallmark film “Saving Grace” and was just seen in the Lifetime Original film “Of Murder and Memory” based on the best selling novel “Who Named the Knife” by Linda Spalding. West portrays a prisoner serving a life term who bonds with a former juror on her case. The film will air later this year.

She has also recently co-starred in the HBO series “John From Cincinnati” created by David Milch, portraying a porn star returning to town to reconnect with her young son. In a more comedic turn, West had a supporting role in the feature film I Now Pronounce you Chuck and Larry opposite Adam Sandler for Universal.

In addition, West starred in the independent film Badland directed by Francesco Lucente. She plays a small town waitress unaware that she is harboring a fugitive in her home. Vinessa Shaw and British actor Jamie Draven co-star in the film.

Previously, West has had the distinction of portraying the on-screen wife of two former Batman’s. In Universal’s dramatic thriller White Noise she communicated from beyond with her bereaved husband Michael Keaton. In similar fashion, she was taken from her adoring spouse Val Kilmer in Castle Rock’s The Salton Sea.

No stranger to the small screen, West portrayed the recurring character of Mark-Paul Gosselaar’s troubled girlfriend on the ABC series “NYPD Blue”, and co-starred in the short lived but critically acclaimed NBC series “Mr. Sterling” opposite Josh Brolin. Other television work includes a starring role in the highly rated CBS mini series “Category 6: Day of Destruction” with Brian Dennehy and Dianne Weist and “The 70’s” produced by Denise DiNovi for NBC.

Additional feature film credits include the 20th Century Fox film The First Twenty Million is Always the Hardest with Rosario Dawson and The Toronto Film Festival’s official selection The Perfect Son.
 

Billy Aaron Brown

Billy Aaron Brown

"Ben"

Billy Aaron Brown

  "Ben"

Billy Brown left his native Iowa, at the age of 18, to pursue is acting career and conquer Hollywood.

Billy began his career as the most overused love interest in the Olsen Twin movies. He has had numerous roles on television and had fun exploring his nerd side in Jeepers Creepers 2. Billy also had a recurring role as Kyle, in 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, starring John Ritter. You can look for Billy in the upcoming feature “The Strip”.
 

Sam Riegel

Sam Riegel

Additional Writing

Sam Riegel

  Additional Writing

Sam is a comedy writer and actor living in Los Angeles, whose writing credits include television projects for Spike TV, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon. Recently, Sam co-created and produced the Webby Award honoree series “Cooking to Get Lucky” with IB’s own Andrew Miller, Eden Riegel and Quyen Tran (DP). And if you’ve spent any time online, you might have caught Sam and his writing partner Rob Blatt starring in their viral hit music video, “Weekend Plans.” Sam also does loads of cartoon voices, including Donatello on the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” Fox series.

Bo Price

Bo Price

Additional Writing

Bo Price

  Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

Jeff Ploiquin

Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

  Additional Writing

Jeff Poliquin worked as a writer on the “Borat” movie as well as on the second season of “Lil’ Bush” for Comedy Central and the animated series, “Free for All” for Showtime. He wrote episode 9 of the popular web series “Imaginary Bitches” in addition to a variety of television and feature projects for Fox, CBS, Universal and Warner Brothers.

He was nominated for a 2007 Writers Guild Award for his writing on “The Simpsons Video Game.”
 

Nichole Millard

Nichole Millard

Additional Writing

Nichole Millard

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Kathryn Price

Kathryn Price

Additional Writing

Kathryn Price

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Quyen Tran

Quyen Tran

Director of Photography

Quyen Tran

  Director of Photography

At UCLA, Quyen won Best Cinematography three years in a row, photographing numerous short films which have screened at festivals including Telluride, Los Angeles Film Festival, and Tribeca among others. In the last couple years since graduating she has shot films in South Africa, Thailand, Iowa and Vietnam.
Quyen recently completed Quentin Lee's narrative feature THE PEOPLE I'VE SLEPT WITH, starring Wilson Cruz and Karin Anna Cheung. She is currently shooting a feature length documentary with director Grace Lee, and also about to shoot a feature starring Rebecca Hall and Jason Ritter in August.
 

Tatiana S. Riegel

Tatiana S. Riegel

Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel

  Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel A.C.E. is currently editing THE MEN WHO STARE AT GOATS, directed by Grant Heslov. Riegel's other feature credits include the critical hit LARS AND THE REAL GIRL, directed by Craig Gillespie. She was the second editor on Paul Thomas Anderson's THERE WILL BE BLOOD, editor on Wim Wenders' THE MILLION DOLLAR HOTEL and co-editor on Gregg Araki's SPLENDOR. This year, Riegel received an ACE Eddie award for her work on the HBO film PU-239, directed by Scott Z. Burns.

Riegel recently completed THE UNITED STATES OF TARA, a pilot for Showtime created and produced by Steven Spielberg and Diablo Cody. It stars Toni Colette and was directed by Craig Gillespie. Riegel's work can also be seen on the NBC pilot episode of MY OWN WORST ENEMY, starring Christian Slater and the pilot of THE CLEANER, both directed by David Semel.

Other credits include the popular Fox series HOUSE, AMERICAN DREAMS for NBC and several pilots including PASADENA, directed by Diane Keaton for Fox.

Riegel began her career as apprentice editor on the indie sleeper, RIVER'S EDGE and was first assistant editor on Quentin Tarantino's PULP FICTION, FOUR ROOMS and the Associate Editor on JACKIE BROWN.
 

Alex Puro

Alex Puro

Original Music

Alex Puro

  Original Music

Ben Harrison

Ben Harrison

Theme Music

Ben Harrison

  Theme Music

Tibo Barbillon

Tibo Barbillon

Additional Music

Tibo Barbillon

  Additional Music

Dan Mock

Dan Mock

Additional Music

Dan Mock

  Additional Music

Dorado Sound

Dorado Sound

Additional Music

Dorado Sound

  Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

Mr. Lexicon

Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

  Additional Music

Angie Pop

Angie Pop

Gaffer

Angie Pop

  Gaffer

John Borges

John Borges

First Assistant Director

John Borges

  First Assistant Director

Mark Williams

Mark Williams

Sound Editor

Mark Williams

  Sound Editor

Alexey Mohr

Alexey Mohr

Re-recording Mixer

Alexey Mohr

  Re-recording Mixer

Tom Diasio

Tom Diasio

Color Timing

Tom Diasio

  Color Timing

Tara Devlin

Tara Devlin

Logo Design

Tara Devlin

  Logo Design

Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller

Creator, Writer/Director

Andrew Miller

  Creator, Writer/Director

Miller began his career as an actor at age 16 in Toronto, Canada. Early theater roles include Moritz Stiefel in Frank Wedekind's Spring Awakening and Eugene Morris Jerome in Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs. Film roles include Simon in “South of Wawa”, written by bestselling Canadian novelist Lori Lansens, Kazan, the autistic man, in Vincenzo Natali's “Cube”, and Donald in “Oh, What a Night”, for which he was nominated for a 1992 Genie Award for Best Supporting Actor. He also co-starred with Barbara Hershey and Tom Berringer in “Last of the Dogmen”.

As a screenwriter, Miller co-wrote the films Simon Sez, starring Dennis Rodman and Dane Cook and Miramax Pictures' Boys and Girls, Starring Freddie Prinze, Jr., Claire Forlani, and Jason Biggs. He also co-wrote Vincenzo Natali's independently produced feature film, Nothing, in which he also starred starred opposite childhood friend David Hewlett.
 

Seth Adam Cohen

Seth Adam Cohen

Producer

Seth Adam Cohen

  Producer

Judson Morgan

Judson Morgan

Producer

Judson Morgan

  Producer

Eden Riegel

Eden Riegel

"Eden"

Eden Riegel

  "Eden"

Eden played Bianca Montgomery on ABC’s “All My Children,” a role which garnered her a Daytime Emmy award and four Emmy nominations. She grew up in New York City, making her Broadway debut at age seven in Les Misérables. Eden went on to perform extensively in theater, television, and film. TV appearances include “Law and Order,” “American Dreams,” and “New York Undercover.” Eden can be seen in American Pie, and heard in DreamWorks’ animated film The Prince of Egypt. She recently completed work on the upcoming Judd Apatow film The Year One starring Jack Black and Michael Cera.

Brooke Nevin

Brooke Nevin

"Brooke"

Brooke Nevin

  "Brooke"

This is the first time Brooke has acted with imaginary people, but she’s had a wealth of experience playing pretend. Most recently, Brooke appeared as the very real sister Chloe on the CBS sitcom, “Worst Week”, pretended to be David Koechner’s daughter in Fox Atomic’s sports comedy “The Comebacks”. She stars alongside James LeGros, Michael Shulman and Enrico Colantini in the independent feature “Sherman’s Way”, winner of the Audience Award for Best Feature - 2008 Cinequest Film Festival and part of the official selection for the Newport Beach Film Festival this year.

Brooke has just complete filming the Hallmark Original movie, “Wedding Dance”. Brooke has also appeared in numerous guest roles on tv shows including Grey’s Anatomy, Eli Stone, My Boys, Without A Trace, Smallville, Charmed and as a series regular in USA Network’s The 4400. She will also be starring in Icon Productions’ upcoming feature “Infestation”, slated for release this fall.
 

Elizabeth Hendrickson

Elizabeth Hendrickson

"Lizzie"

Elizabeth Hendrickson

  "Lizzie"

A native of New York, Hendrickson showed an interest in performing on stage at an early age.

Soon after studying Musical Theater at Syracuse University and attending Fordham University, where she majored in Communications. Hendrickson's first big break came when she was cast as Frankie Stone on "All My Children." Her role as Maggie Stone, the character's identical twin and love interest of Bianca Montgomery (Eden Riegel), launched the character into iconic status and garnered her critical acclaim.

In 2005 Elizabeth moved to California to continue her career in television and landed roles on such shows as " "Medium," "Cold Case", "CSI: Miami" and "Criminal Minds." 

She is currently enjoying playing the role of Chloe Mitchell on The Young & The Restless, a dynamic fashion guru hired by Jabot to work on the Fresh Face of Jabot photo shoots. 

Other credits include In the Weeds (pilot) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Searching For Bobby DeNiro.
 

Connie Fletcher Staton

Connie Fletcher Staton

"Connie"

Connie Fletcher Staton

  "Connie"

Originally from Jacksonville, Florida, Connie received a BFA from Boston University in Acting and a minor in Art History. She played Erin Lavery on the daytime drama "All My Children" and currently lives in LA with her husband, Aaron. This is her internet debut.

Jessalyn Gilsig

Jessalyn Gilsig

"Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig

  "Jessalyn"

Jessalyn Gilsig had the distinction of simultaneously starring in two of television’s most acclaimed drama series – the Golden Globe-winning “Best Drama” NIP/TUCK and Brett Ratner’s breakout FOX drama PRISON BREAK as Dominic Purcell’s ex-wife. On NIP/TUCK, a show that has simmered since its inception, Gilsig portrays feisty Gina Russo to Julian McMahon’s slick Dr. Troy. The show garnered Gilsig “near genius” reviews and impressed in the ratings as well; enough to garner her additional stand-out recurring roles on NBC’s hit dramas HEROES as the cheerleaders’s mother, and on FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS. She most recently had a recurring role as possible love interest to Gary Sinise’s character on CSI: NY.

No stranger to acclaimed programming, audiences also know Gilsig as strong-willed Social Studies teacher Lauren Davis on BOSTON PUBLIC, a role that creator David E. Kelly had created with she in mind. Gilsig had also achieved series regular status on his SNOOPS, as well as an arc on THE PRACTICE. More recently, she recurred as a detective on Steven Bochco’s NYPD BLUE, and guest starred on an upcoming edition of LAW & ORDER.

Also impressive are Gilsig’s film credits. She recently appeared as Brittany Snow’s aunt in Screen Gem’s hit remake of the PROM NIGHT thriller, and returned from Toronto where she filmed the action/thriller XIII alongside Val Kilmer and Stephen Dorff. Gilsig has also worked with the likes of Robert Redford on THE HORSE WHISPERER, and appeared as Sally Field’s daughter in Showtime’s A COOLER CLIMATE. She took to the ice for the Canadian hockey drama CHICKS WITH STICKS with Jason Priestley, starred for the Weitz brothers in the mockumentary SEE THIS MOVIE, and also starred opposite Robert Carlyle in Lionsgate’s FLOOD.

A Montreal native, Gilsig honed her talents at Harvard University’s prestigious American Repertory Theatre. Hence, an extensive list of stage credits includes the off-Broadway productions of “Fifth of July,” in which she starred opposite Robert Sean Leonard and Parker Posey, “Gun Shy,” and “Mere Mortals

Gilsig is currently starring in the FOX series, GLEE.
 

Greg Rikaart

Greg Rikaart

"Mark"

Greg Rikaart

  "Mark"

Greg joined The Young and the Restless in June, 2003, as Kevin Fisher. In 2005, Greg won a Daytime Emmy as Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. He was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in the same category in 2006 and 2007.

Greg grew up on Staten Island, N.Y. and has an older sister, Keri. He graduated with honors from Villanova University in Pennsylvania. While in college, he spent a semester in Washington, D.C., interning on Capitol Hill.

After moving to Hollywood to pursue his career as an actor, Greg began training with Howard Fine and early in his career he appeared in shows including As If, Grounded For Life, That's Life, Gilmore Girls and Strong Medicine.

Prior to landing the role of Kevin, Rikaart had a recurring role on Dawson's Creek. He has also appeared in the feature films X-Men 2 and Prey for Rock and Roll. Most recently, he guest-starred on episodes of The Closer and CSI:Miami.
 

Michael Traynor

Michael Traynor

"Waiter Guy"

Michael Traynor

  "Waiter Guy"

Michael can be seen in leading roles in the features CRY FUNNY HAPPY (Sundance Film Festival), A NECESSARY DEATH (SXSW Film Festival), and in the upcoming feature A PERFECT GETAWAY (Relativity Media/MGM). In addition, he has done numerous sketch shows at The Second City in Los Angeles, has been a script doctor for high profile video game titles, and has an unparalleled love of gingerbread....mmmm, fresh, fresh gingerbread.

James Kee

James Kee

"Dr. James Kee"

James Kee

  "Dr. James Kee"

Aaron Staton

Aaron Staton

"Bruce"

Aaron Staton

  "Bruce"

Aaron Staton made his Broadway debut in Mamma Mia, and he then went on to star in the title role of the Manhattan Theatre Club's production of The American Pilot. He soon can be seen in Steven Soderbergh's Guerilla, as well as in The Nanny Diaries and with Jonathan Rhys Meyers in August Rush, which was directed by Kirsten Sheridan. Aaron had appeared on Law and Order: SVU, Seventh Heaven and Without a Trace. Other t.v. credits include playing Ken Cosgrove on the Golden Globe-winning television show Mad Men on AMC. Staton, a 2004 graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater. He and his wife, Connie, live in Los Angeles.

Sam Page

Sam Page

"Riley"

Sam Page

  "Riley"

Sam Page starred as a handsome District Attorney with a heart of gold on the new CBS drama SHARK. Aside from portraying an attorney with morals on a weekly basis, further testament to his acting ability was being able to hold his own alongside co-star James Woods. He is a recurring character on the critically acclaimed AMC drama MAN MEN.

He has since completed production on the Spike TV original telefilm RED LINE, followed by the independent drama feature FALLING UP.

Whether swimming with sharks or maneuvering throughout the supernatural events on the short-lived, yet critically-acclaimed POINT PLEASANT, Page continued to impress in a variety of roles. Additional credits include recurring arcs on the likes of AMERICAN DREAMS, SEVENTH HEAVEN, and Ryan Murphy’s scathing look into the high school experience, POPULAR.

Page’s popularity likely originates from his role on the daytime drama ALL MY CHILDREN which garnered him a slot amongst People Magazine’s “Most Eligible Bachelors.” Born in Milwaukee, Page earned himself a B.A. degree in ecology and evolutionary biology from prestigious Princeton University where he also played baseball. Upon graduation, he moved to Manhattan to focus on his acting career. He eventually moved west to Los Angeles where he currently resides.
 

Brittany Ishibashi

Brittany Ishibashi

"Brittany"

Brittany Ishibashi

  "Brittany"

Raised in "the real OC", Brittany discovered her love of performance at the tender age of 6 while putting on front yard shows for all of her friends, real and imaginary. In addition to her consistent work in tv, film and theatre, Brittany is also collaborating on a new musical with her family (who all happen to have the artsy bug). Recent guest spots include Journeyman, Greys Anatomy, Supernatural and The Office.

Charlie Koznick

Charlie Koznick

"Father Grant"

Charlie Koznick

  "Father Grant"

Charlie was born and raised in the great state of Minnesota, where alpine ski racing was a large part of his life growing up. His only sister is a three- time Olympian in women's slalom and giant slalom events. Koznick attended St. Thomas Military Academy High School. By the time he graduated, he knew that continuing to ski race was not in the cards for him.

Charlie went on to attend the University of San Diego. He graduated with a degree in finance and a minor in philosophy. It wasn't until his senior year that he even thought about the acting profession. On a random weekend trip up to Los Angeles from San Diego, Koznick caught the acting bug and hasn't been able to shake it since.

Charlie had a very successful start to his career. The past two seasons he had a recurring role on NBC's "Las Vegas," playing Dean Cain's younger brother. Some of his other tv credits include recurring roles on "Veronica Mars" and "Joan of Arcadia." Koznick also has guest starred on "CSI: NY" and "The District." Next Summer he plays Rick in Nowhereland starring Eddie Murphy.
 

Chandra West

Chandra West

"Chandra"

Chandra West

  "Chandra"

Chandra West has been keeping herself busy in both feature films and television. She recently wrapped a recurring role on FOX’s “90210”, the Hallmark film “Saving Grace” and was just seen in the Lifetime Original film “Of Murder and Memory” based on the best selling novel “Who Named the Knife” by Linda Spalding. West portrays a prisoner serving a life term who bonds with a former juror on her case. The film will air later this year.

She has also recently co-starred in the HBO series “John From Cincinnati” created by David Milch, portraying a porn star returning to town to reconnect with her young son. In a more comedic turn, West had a supporting role in the feature film I Now Pronounce you Chuck and Larry opposite Adam Sandler for Universal.

In addition, West starred in the independent film Badland directed by Francesco Lucente. She plays a small town waitress unaware that she is harboring a fugitive in her home. Vinessa Shaw and British actor Jamie Draven co-star in the film.

Previously, West has had the distinction of portraying the on-screen wife of two former Batman’s. In Universal’s dramatic thriller White Noise she communicated from beyond with her bereaved husband Michael Keaton. In similar fashion, she was taken from her adoring spouse Val Kilmer in Castle Rock’s The Salton Sea.

No stranger to the small screen, West portrayed the recurring character of Mark-Paul Gosselaar’s troubled girlfriend on the ABC series “NYPD Blue”, and co-starred in the short lived but critically acclaimed NBC series “Mr. Sterling” opposite Josh Brolin. Other television work includes a starring role in the highly rated CBS mini series “Category 6: Day of Destruction” with Brian Dennehy and Dianne Weist and “The 70’s” produced by Denise DiNovi for NBC.

Additional feature film credits include the 20th Century Fox film The First Twenty Million is Always the Hardest with Rosario Dawson and The Toronto Film Festival’s official selection The Perfect Son.
 

Billy Aaron Brown

Billy Aaron Brown

"Ben"

Billy Aaron Brown

  "Ben"

Billy Brown left his native Iowa, at the age of 18, to pursue is acting career and conquer Hollywood.

Billy began his career as the most overused love interest in the Olsen Twin movies. He has had numerous roles on television and had fun exploring his nerd side in Jeepers Creepers 2. Billy also had a recurring role as Kyle, in 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, starring John Ritter. You can look for Billy in the upcoming feature “The Strip”.
 

Sam Riegel

Sam Riegel

Additional Writing

Sam Riegel

  Additional Writing

Sam is a comedy writer and actor living in Los Angeles, whose writing credits include television projects for Spike TV, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon. Recently, Sam co-created and produced the Webby Award honoree series “Cooking to Get Lucky” with IB’s own Andrew Miller, Eden Riegel and Quyen Tran (DP). And if you’ve spent any time online, you might have caught Sam and his writing partner Rob Blatt starring in their viral hit music video, “Weekend Plans.” Sam also does loads of cartoon voices, including Donatello on the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” Fox series.

Bo Price

Bo Price

Additional Writing

Bo Price

  Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

Jeff Ploiquin

Additional Writing

Jeff Ploiquin

  Additional Writing

Jeff Poliquin worked as a writer on the “Borat” movie as well as on the second season of “Lil’ Bush” for Comedy Central and the animated series, “Free for All” for Showtime. He wrote episode 9 of the popular web series “Imaginary Bitches” in addition to a variety of television and feature projects for Fox, CBS, Universal and Warner Brothers.

He was nominated for a 2007 Writers Guild Award for his writing on “The Simpsons Video Game.”
 

Nichole Millard

Nichole Millard

Additional Writing

Nichole Millard

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Kathryn Price

Kathryn Price

Additional Writing

Kathryn Price

  Additional Writing

Nichole Millard and Kathryn Price met a million years ago as sorority sisters at the University of Kansas. After a brief stint as attorneys (a whopping 15 months between them), they decided to try their hand in Hollywood. Kathryn spent a few years in a torrid affair with reality TV, while Nichole went the soul crushing route of development executive. Realizing that, despite all the long hours and low pay, they weren't completely fulfilled, they decided to try their hand at writing together. They sold their first pitch 6 years ago but, to their shock and awe, nothing ever became of it. But lightning struck 2 years ago when their original screenplay, THE GAME PLAN, was produced by Walt Disney studios, starring the fabulous Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Fortunately it hit theaters just a month before the strike, allowing them to fully capitalize on the momentum of their first produced screenplay. But all was not lost, on the picket line they met their male writing soul mate, Andrew Miller, who invited them to write an episode of his hysterical original web series, Imaginary Bitches. Never ones to miss an opportunity to put on their bitchy hats, Millard and Price turned from fart jokes to the more intellectually stimulating world of quife jokes. Post strike, Kathryn has been making babies while Nichole has been looking for love in all the wrong places and, oh yeah, they're currently writing feature screenplays for Universal and Disney.
 

Quyen Tran

Quyen Tran

Director of Photography

Quyen Tran

  Director of Photography

At UCLA, Quyen won Best Cinematography three years in a row, photographing numerous short films which have screened at festivals including Telluride, Los Angeles Film Festival, and Tribeca among others. In the last couple years since graduating she has shot films in South Africa, Thailand, Iowa and Vietnam.
Quyen recently completed Quentin Lee's narrative feature THE PEOPLE I'VE SLEPT WITH, starring Wilson Cruz and Karin Anna Cheung. She is currently shooting a feature length documentary with director Grace Lee, and also about to shoot a feature starring Rebecca Hall and Jason Ritter in August.
 

Tatiana S. Riegel

Tatiana S. Riegel

Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel

  Editor

Tatiana S. Riegel A.C.E. is currently editing THE MEN WHO STARE AT GOATS, directed by Grant Heslov. Riegel's other feature credits include the critical hit LARS AND THE REAL GIRL, directed by Craig Gillespie. She was the second editor on Paul Thomas Anderson's THERE WILL BE BLOOD, editor on Wim Wenders' THE MILLION DOLLAR HOTEL and co-editor on Gregg Araki's SPLENDOR. This year, Riegel received an ACE Eddie award for her work on the HBO film PU-239, directed by Scott Z. Burns.

Riegel recently completed THE UNITED STATES OF TARA, a pilot for Showtime created and produced by Steven Spielberg and Diablo Cody. It stars Toni Colette and was directed by Craig Gillespie. Riegel's work can also be seen on the NBC pilot episode of MY OWN WORST ENEMY, starring Christian Slater and the pilot of THE CLEANER, both directed by David Semel.

Other credits include the popular Fox series HOUSE, AMERICAN DREAMS for NBC and several pilots including PASADENA, directed by Diane Keaton for Fox.

Riegel began her career as apprentice editor on the indie sleeper, RIVER'S EDGE and was first assistant editor on Quentin Tarantino's PULP FICTION, FOUR ROOMS and the Associate Editor on JACKIE BROWN.
 

Alex Puro

Alex Puro

Original Music

Alex Puro

  Original Music

Ben Harrison

Ben Harrison

Theme Music

Ben Harrison

  Theme Music

Tibo Barbillon

Tibo Barbillon

Additional Music

Tibo Barbillon

  Additional Music

Dan Mock

Dan Mock

Additional Music

Dan Mock

  Additional Music

Dorado Sound

Dorado Sound

Additional Music

Dorado Sound

  Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

Mr. Lexicon

Additional Music

Mr. Lexicon

  Additional Music

Angie Pop

Angie Pop

Gaffer

Angie Pop

  Gaffer

John Borges

John Borges

First Assistant Director

John Borges

  First Assistant Director

Mark Williams

Mark Williams

Sound Editor

Mark Williams

  Sound Editor

Alexey Mohr

Alexey Mohr

Re-recording Mixer

Alexey Mohr

  Re-recording Mixer

Tom Diasio

Tom Diasio

Color Timing

Tom Diasio

  Color Timing

Tara Devlin

Tara Devlin

Logo Design

Tara Devlin

  Logo Design

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Comments (8)

Mgsorens (8th June 2010)
Wow!
Cinematography 10
Editing 10
Writing 10
Every single actor 10

I'm sure you already know this stuff but I registered just so I could tell you again.

Peter Power (10th February 2010)
I've just finished watching all the episodes of IB, so I just want to say what a cool programme this is.

Eden is a great character. There's something quite real about her in that she doesn't fit easily into a category of women. Not to mention that she's just great in herself as she's quirky and strong and beautiful. {This combo may be the point.}

Anyway I enjoyed the series a lot and it was bloody funny, so thanks for making it and making it available to be seen easily.

Peter Ireland.

IanDeitchman (11th September 2009)
Hi Goldo72,

This problem seems to have been fixed. But if the arrows ever disappear, just switch the episode menu to TEXT VIEW and scroll through the episodes that way.

Thanks,

Ian

goldo72 (12th April 4908)
no arrows once at episode 03. How can we continue one to episode 04 and up?

misspinaberry (17th June 2009)
I dont understand why she feels inclined to tell everyone EVERYTHING Cathrine and Heather are saying. Shes needs to filter their words.

Audrey (12th April 1914)
Congrats on your webby. So well deserved

kimT (29th April 2009)
Love love this show! Keep up the good work.

Ellen Sandweiss (28th April 2009)
Love it! Welcome to Strike.TV, bitches!

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