Nadine Malouf, Frankie

Nadine Malouf during filming

Nadine is an actress currently based in New York City, born and raised in Melbourne, Australia. She recently starred in the one-woman play, OH MY SWEET LAND, performed in the kitchens of private homes across New York City. She appeared as Laila in the World Premiere adaptation of Khaled Hosseini's novel A THOUSAND SPLENDID SUNS at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco and Theatre Calgary in Canada. She also played the title role in the world premiere of SALOMÉ, written and directed by Yaël Farber, at the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, DC. The show won seven 2016 Helen Hayes awards, including Best Play. 

Stage work in New York City includes ULTIMATE BEAUTY BIBLE with Page73 (2016), Ayad Akhtar's THE WHO AND THE WHAT at Lincoln Center's LCT3 (2014) directed by Kimberly Senior, Red Bull Theatre’s THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL (2016) directed by Marc Vietor, Nastaran Ahmadi’s EXILE, at the Cherry Lane (2013) directed by Lisa Peterson, and in London, Nadine was Lady M in MACBETH at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Nadine performed nationally with the 25th Anniversary Tour of LES MISERABLES (and performed live with the feature film's cast on the 85th Annual Academy Awards).

She made her feature film debut with Cherien Dabis' MAY IN THE SUMMER (2013), an opening night selection at the Sundance Film Festival, and has appeared in STATIC SHOCK BLACKOUT, a short film written and directed by Stefan Dezil. On TV she has appeared in guest star roles on THE MYSTERIES OF LAURA, and ODD MOM OUT.

She began her studies at the Franklin School for the Performing Arts, in Massachusetts, graduated with a BFA from Syracuse University's Drama Department, and studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA) in London.


Sean Meehan, Brian

Sean Meehan on set

Sean Meehan graduated from the Trinity Repertory Conservatory where he received his M.F.A. in acting. Since that time he has performed in various productions such as: BOOTYCANDY (Woolly Mammoth Theatre), NEXT! (Here Arts, NYC) WHAT STRONG FENCES MAKE (Boston Theatre Marathon), MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA (The New Group), THE G WORD: FOR THOSE BORN LATER (La MaMa E.T.C.), LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST and MACBETH (New York Classical Theatre), THE LIEUTENANT OF INISHMORE (Rep, Theatre of St. Louis), THE WIDOW'S BLIND DATE (Gloucester Stage), OF MICE AND MEN (Virginia Stage), CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN (Milwaukee Repertory Theatre), THE MASTER BUILDER (Bread Loaf Theatre), GHOSTS (Indiana Repertory Theatre), Zoo Story (Perishable Theatre), and THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF LEENANE, OTHELLO, and A CHRISTMAS CAROL (Trinity Repertory Company).

On television, he has been seen in: The Deuce, Madame Secretary, Blue Bloods, Suits, The 2-2, The Good Wife, Law and Order, Law and Order: Criminal Intent, and As the World Turns. He has appeared in various commercials, and films including Aunt Louisa, The Undying, All Good Things, The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3, and The Avengers.



Eric Clem, Jake

Eric Clem on set between takes

ERIC CLEM's recent credits include THE ELEPHANT MAN (Broadway and West End), ALL IN THE TIMING (Primary Stages), JUST RIGHT JUST NOW (Lesser America), THE WAY WE GET BY (American Theater Group), THE WHO AND THE WHAT (Gulfshore Playhouse), PARTY IN THE USA (The Incubator and Edinburgh Fringe), and ALICEGRACEANON (New George's).  He has acted with Williamstown Theater Festival, Ars Nova, Blue Man Group, Naked Angels, New Georges, 52nd Street Project, The Lark, The Attic, and Woodshed Collective.  Eric creates short films with Portal Party, and makes bows and arrows and other boyish things in his woodshop (  He is a graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts. 


Victoria Mack, Nina

Victoria Mack on set

Victoria Mack is an actor based in New York City. Favorite credits include VENUS IN FUR (Broadway) and numerous Off-Broadway productions: A FATAL WEAKNESS, A LITTLE JOURNEY, THE TRUTH ABOUT BLAYRDS, MR. PIM. PASSES BY, and FAR AND WIDE at the Mint Theater; HARD LOVE (with Ian Kahn), NATURAL AFFECTION (with Kathrn Erbe and John Pankow) and HAPPY BIRTHDAY at TACT; THE SILVER CHORD at Peccadillo, and FLIGHT at the Lucille Lortel (with Brian D’Arcy James).

Regionally, Victoria has originated roles in world premieres of Theresa Rebecks’ THE NEST at The Denver Center and DEAD ACCOUNTS at Cincinnati Playhouse, as well as playing Marianne in SENSE AND SENSIBILITY at Milwaukee Rep and Amanda in PRIVATE LIVES at Pittsburgh Public, and performing in 39 STEPS at the Denver Center, and THE TURN OF THE SCREW at the Fulton. She has played 10 leading ladies at  The Shakespeare Theatre of NJ including Ellen Tree in RED VELVET, Desdemona in OTHELLO, Kate in TAMING OF THE SHREW, Elizabeth in PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, Rosalind in AS YOU LIKE IT, and Eliza in PYGMALION among many others.

Victoria is co-founder of Valpo Productions. Their first production, Love Stories, traveled to Santiago, Chile, with Michael Schantz and Adrienne Campbell-Holt. Film credits include The Letter(with Wynona Ryder and James Franco), Atlantis, A Song in the Shell, Resolutions. TV: “The Good Wife” (recurring), “Boardwalk Empire,” “Orange Is the New Black,” “Law and Order: Criminal Intent,” “Black Box,” “Unforgettable” and MTV. MFA: NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Victoria is a proud member of TACT.