JOHN BRODSKY was born in Montclair NJ and raised in Rumson NJ. After singing most of his life in competitions, choirs, and bands John found that his musical talents could only take him so far. Not to be discouraged, a fellow band mate introduced him to an acting teacher and John was hooked. After studying in New Jersey on and off for a couple of years, John decided to leave college behind and pursue acting full time professionally in New York City.
After only a few short months of auditioning, John landed a co-starring role on Law & Order: Criminal Intent. In addition, John has worked on many short films, with directors ranging from Columbia University to NYU, with two films going to the Cannes Film Festival. Recently he got the chance to work with Tina Fey in the film, Admission directed by Paul Wietz. In addition to acting, John loves networking and collaborating on projects with fellow actors, film makers, and musicians; discussing what it means to be an artist and navigate through “The Business.”
He is looking forward to pursuing more independent film opportunities, and is currently studying with Sean Folster in his Craft Gym Program.
DION MUCCIACITO was born in Anchorage, Alaska and raised in Southern California, Dion Mucciacito had to overcome many obstacles before finding his way to acting. His mother, Angela Mucciacito, lost her battle with brain cancer and died at the age of 34 when Dion was only 8. His father, David, a member of the Anchorage Fire Department, was overcome with grief after Angela's death and fell deep into alcoholism. He would ultimately die in a drunk driving accident at the age of 48. Through all of this, Dion's extended family came together to help raise him and his older brother Dominic. With the support of his family he was able to develop his interest in acting while in high school. Although he was an athlete who loved boxing and martial arts, he found the emotional engagement in acting therapeutic and rewarding in ways that sports weren't.
Dion eventually attended the University of California at Santa Barbara where he studied Film. As an undergraduate he took an interest in post colonial theory and found a love for political activism. This married with his interest in theater and lead him to serve as a human rights observer for Zapatista rebel communities in Chiapas Mexico. He eventually would travel to Port Elizabeth, South Africa to teach self empowerment through the arts to township youth directly effected by the AIDS epidemic. After graduating UCSB, Dion continued his development as a performing artist at the Juilliard School. Since graduating, he has performed in many regional theaters, as well as off Broadway theaters. He made his Broadway debut in Clifford Odets' Golden Boy, playing Sam, and a boxer, in 2012.
POOYA MOHSENI is a new York based Iranian American stage and film actress. she graduated from the esteemed Maggie flanigan studio in 2012 and since then has portrayed a variety of characters from the doomed monarch "Clytemnestra" in the envelope ensemble's production of "electra" to the desperate Egyptian garment factory worker "samia" in the anthropologists' "mahalla" at the Berkshire fringe festival. Her last New York stage engagement was as the fabulous matriarch in "the feast of Jovi Bono" at the Manahattan Rep Theater, directed by Daniela Hart and TJ Weaver.
ARASH MOKHTAR was born in Tehran, Iran, and was raised primarily in Washington D.C. He spent many years traveling and working throughout the U.S. and Europe as an exhibiting visual artist before settling in New York City, committing himself to a life on stage and screen. Selected credits: THEATER (NYC): Richard III (Buckingham), Coriolanus (Coriolanus), The Servant of Two Masters (Truffaldino), An Ideal Husband (Lord Goring), Killer Joe (Joe Cooper), Closer (Daniel Woolf), Hurlyburly (Eddie). TV: “Believe” (NBC) “Zero Hour” (ABC), “Elementary” (CBS), “Person of Interest” (CBS), “Political Animals” (USA), “NYC 2-2” (CBS). Lead and supporting roles in several independent films and experiments.
ANNA MYRHA is an Actress with a diverse background, born in England from Greek parents, with roots that reach as far as the Middle East. Due to her ethnic appearance she gets cast in parts that range from Middle Eastern, to Hispanic, to South Asian, to Israely and South European, which she absolutely loves!
She moved to New York to pursue her passion and calling after being accepted at The Actors Studio MFA Acting program at Pace University which she describes this as ‘A life altering experience as these 3 years unlocked and revealed passions, needs, emotions, memories, knowledge and universes within myself that were long lost and hidden’.