Award-winning actor, writer and producer Connor Fox has played opposite Jude Law, Josh Gadd and Cillian Murphy as well as having been directed by Paul Sotter, John Fortenberry and Steve Zaillian to name a few. Connor has been cast in many films including Watching the Detectives, Descent, Kin of You, Invisible Man and Blood Night. In addition to the big screen, Connor also works in television, as he recently shot two pilots, one for Comedy Central (Evan and Gareth) and the other for FOX (Have You Slept With Me?).
Ian Temple as (JEFFY)
Ian Temple is an actor, singer, songwriter and producer. Born in Brooklyn, NY, Ian is a graduate of SUNY Purchase’s acting conservatory, where he played Orlando in As You Like It and originated the role of Kev in Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo. Ian has performed on 42nd Street at the John Houseman Theater in Library Play, and worked with Jeff Belanger in his play Black Flies, performed at the Signature Theater. In addition to stage work, Ian joined the feature-length thriller, Target, directed by Carlos Ferrer, along with When The Dogs Cried Out, directed by Aaron Jackson
Jesuan Malave as (LUIS)
Jesuhan Malave was born and raised in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. He moved to NYC in 2008 to study Dramatic Arts at NYCDA. Graduating in 2010, he has been a part of a variety of productions in NYC which include Macbeth; Let it be, directed by Eillen Conley; Thorton Wilder’s Long Christmas Dinner (Cousin Branden) directed by Lee Colings and Four Martinis (David) Shown at the Fresh Fruit Festival by Carfer Lamoure. Jesuhan will be a part of a feature film being shot next year in Mount Dora Florida called The Last Room (Agent Martinez) directed by Kristoffer Mickael McMillan
Jen Tullock as (CHLOIS)
Jen Tullock is an actor, writer, and comedian. Her work has been featured at the New York Stage and Film Festival, 59e59 St., Broadway Comedy Club, Joe’s Pub, and multiple national ads including Twix, Wal-Mart, Toyota, and Poise. She is the former host of The Morning After on Heritage Radio and can be heard as the audiobook narrator of two New York Times Bestsellers. Her debut rap album, Jenatari, was released in 2011. Her debut pan flute album, Lo How an Orchid Wilteth, will never be released. She lives in Brooklyn and still hasn’t started Game of Thrones.
Faye Rex as (GAIA)
Contrary to popular belief, Faye Rex is not a stage name. This is the real- life name of a real-life Brooklyn girl who graduated from NYU’s Tisch, had her face plastered in Times Square for Pepsi’s Super Bowl campaign, and enjoys playing improv games as much as she loved playing Juliet at Webster Hall. Throw anything Faye’s way and the outcome will be extremely unique, intelligent and wonderful. Because that’s just who she is
Tamir Kapelian as (Pavel D)
Tamir Kapelian, the Russian globetrotter. No, not like the trick shot wonders of Harlem, but a well versed and quite unique soul traveler. Having originated in Moscow, Tamir moved to Montreal at the age of 8 where he added French, English and Hebrew to his repertoire. He is curious by nature and always follows his heart. This led him to explore uncharted territories in New York, LA and Vancouver where he picked up a few tricks of the trade.
Somewhere in between all of that Tamir met up with the Lofty Dreams family (a web series based in Brooklyn), where he played Pavel D, a crazy nudist molly dealer from Russia, with love ~
Julia Dennis as (JULIE)
Originally from Baltimore MD, Julia Dennis moved to NYC at 18 yrs old and never looked back. She studied at AMDA then promptly joined the National Tour of Seussical the Musical, and also starred as Ulla in The Producers twice regionally. She made her Big Screen debut as Miranda in the Indie Film success ‘The Stand Up’ which was featured in the NY Times. Recently she has been seen as a Guest Star on FOX’s The Following and ABC’s What Would You Do? She’s thrilled to be a part of the Lofty Dreams cast!
Nathaniel Peart as (STEVE)
Nathaniel Peart moved to New York from Pennsylvania in 2006 to study at NYU’s Tisch. After spending sometime in LA and Pennsylvania he has now back in Brooklyn. Nathaniel is thrilled to be working on such a damn funny project. Recent film credits include Breathe In, and Jane Wants a Boyfriend.
Adam Griffith as (BRYCE)
Adam Griffith, originally from Missouri, is celebrating his 10 year mark in NY this October! He is very excited to join the Lofty Dreams production, and hopes to bring justice to his portrayal of the detestable Bryce Branson. Along with acting, Adam is an avid Krav Maga practitioner, recently earning his brown belt, as well as a motorcycle enthusiast. Recent credits include: CBS’ Unforgettable, Noah, and the upcoming TRDWTR series.
Julia Morrison as (KAYLA)
Julia Morrison received a full academic scholarship to The College of William and Mary and graduated with a degree in Biology, then relocated to NYC where she studied the Meisner Technique at the Maggie Flanigan Studio. Recent film credits include Tim Blake Nelson’s ANESTEHSIA and
Jackie Marie’s short film BROKEN CRYSTAL, which will screen at the Zero Film Festival this fall. Television credits include Amazon’s ALPHA HOUSE and NBC Universal’s THE MYSTERIES OF LAURA. Julia is represented by Innovative Artsits and Red Letter Entertainment.
Pooya Mohseni as (CYNTHIA)
Pooya Mohseni is an Iranian/American Stage and Film actress...She is a graduate of the esteemed Maggie Flanigan Studio. Her recent feature film roles include the evil housekeeper in Michael Conroy’s “Brutal Colors”, a compassionate organ harvester in Mark Clauburg and Peter Lisowsky’s “Before The Snow” and an aging, hardened madame in Bari Kang’s “Lucky”. Her recent stage performances include Josiah De’Andrea’s “A Touich of Forever” which was accepted into Fringe NYC festival and Joseph Samuel Wright’s “Sinners In The Sun” directed by Joan Kane.
Sveta Zhukovska was born in Lutsk, Ukraine 1989. At eight years old her family moved to Moscow where she took her first steps into the world of acting. When she was 12, she moved to Spain and work as a model. It is there, film director Isabel de Ocampo discovered her, offering her the lead role in her short film "She Lies", winning numerous awards at Film festivals around the world. She is sometimes known as, ¨Spanish cinema's Russian girl". Her exotic Slavic profile captured the attention of filmmaker Gerardo Herrero and she starred in, "Picnic". This work became popular in the national and international circuit in 2010 and won more than fifty awards, among them the 1st prize of the Malaga's film festival and selections at prestigious festivals like Tribeca (New York) and Scream film festival in L.A. In 2011 she appeared in, "Evelyn" a feature by Isabel de Ocampo.
Matthew Addison as (MARLEY)
Matthew Addison is New York City-based screen and stage actor, model, and musician. He has performed in a number of screen projects, including a series of music videos alongside Grammy Award-winning musician Esperanza Spalding, HBO's hit series Girls, and a variety of short films. As a model, he is visible in Proper Cloth's 2013 Here Is New York campaign, covered by GQ Style Blog. Matthew also plays drums and co-writes songs with Brooklyn-based rock quartet, Shake the Baron.
Chad Sapp(Szvoldt) is a Dancer/Actor/Singer from Kentucky. Notable stage and screen appearences include music videos for MISS FAME, KARMIN, and ICONAPOP. TV shows like FLESH & BONE, SMASH, MYSTERIES OF LAURA, and THE CARRIE DIARIES. Films including JOHN WICK and VAMPIRE ACADEMY. He is also very passionate about his work with Broadway Cares Equity Fights AIDS and their annual event Broadway Bares. Chad is represented by McDonald Selznick Associates (MSA).
Sly Augustus as (ANTOINE)
A graduate of Pratt Institute with a background in Communications Design, Sly has studied at HB Studios and Weist-Barron and has appeared in numerous television series and film productions including 'The Dark Knight Rises' and 'American Gangster' -where his hair was prominently featured. His stage work includes 'The Girl Most Likely To' (Native Aliens), 'Friendly Fire' (TheaterVision/PlayTime) and 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest' (Hudson Theatre Works). His most recent credits include the short features 'Cleoblacktra' and 'Not Good Enough'.