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Justin Okin: Henry
Justin Okin began his career in San Francisco, where he originated the role of Warren in Daisy Foote's When They Speak of Rita with the A.C.T New Plays Program. He studied acting and producing at Sarah Lawrence College, and then moved to New York City, where he appeared in world premieres of both Khmer Amerika at Lincoln Center's Directors Lab and Suzan-Lori Parks' 365Plays/365Days at the Public. He met his wife, Laurie, and together they began commissioning, producing, and performing in new works. Their site specific world premiere production of Edward Allan Baker's Lila On The Wall at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival received widespread critical acclaim. Upon moving to Los Angeles, he appeared in west coast premieres of Stop Kiss and MilkMilk Lemonade as well as the world premiere of Monkey Adored at Rogue Machine, and in the west coast premiere of Eat The Runt at Theatre of NOTE (Stage Scene LA Award for Ensemble Cast of the Year). Films include: Weeding Out (Directors Choice award, Sacramento Film Festival) Reality Check, and Loaf Of Bread. He is the father of a beautiful and hilarious little girl named Rosie. Thanks to J.C., Ruark, Steve, Cast, and to Laurie, for making it possible.

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Nathaniel Weiss: Simon
Nathaniel Weiss began his acting career at Amherst Regional High School. During his four years there Nathaniel performed in over a dozen full-length and one-act plays. He spent his high school summers studying classical acting and performed in four Shakespeare plays with the Hampshire Shakespeare Company.

Weiss continued to study his craft at Occidental College where he majored in acting and performed in over 15 plays. A recent graduate of Occidental College, Nathaniel Weiss has now moved to Glendale, CA where he is beginning the journey that is his acting career.

Recently, Weiss has made the jump into film acting and has performed in several independent short films, two webseries, The Vampire Secrets and Red Scare, and has just starred in his first feature film On Falling. He is very excited to continue the journey and meet all the amazing people along the way.

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Taylor Treadwell: Leia
Born in Memphis, TN, Taylor Treadwell has lived and studied globally, including Madrid and New York City, where she studied at NYU's Stonestreet Studios. Taylor worked in soap operas and performed in sundry independent film and off-Broadway theater productions until being hand-selected by director David Frankel for her small, but memorable role opposite Emily Blunt in The Devil Wears Prada.

Currently living in Los Angeles, Taylor has since been a part of the first-ever web series, the groundbreaking LonelyGirl15, going on to work with such prestigious directors as Oliver Stone, Peter and Bobby Farrelly, James Mangold, and others. Amidst her working success, Taylor continues to study with Stephen Book and the Upright Citizens Brigade.

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Shannon Mary Dixon: Jennifer
Shannon has been performing since the age of 2 as a Figure Skater, eventually transitioning into Theatre, Musical Theatre and currently Films/Television. Still a skater to this day, Shannon's skating has won her roles in multiple commercials and a role on The Office. She has achieved a Bachelor of Science in Theatre, Film, and Design from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts and studied acting at The Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin, Ireland. She is a professionally trained vocalist, currently studying with Susan Rumor of the Aaron Speiser Acting Studio, and has been learning to play guitar. Shannon has been in multiple feature and short films, and has recently starred in the comedy series Dead Grandma, with Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite) -

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Justin Deeley: Chaz
Justin was born and raised in Louisville, KY. He's basically a sports guy. Justin played them all growing up, until reaching high school (Saint Xavier) where he focused on the game he loves the most, football. Justin was mildly recruited out of high school, and ended up walking on to play safety for the University of Louisville (his hometown school). After nearly two years, he chose to hang up the cleats and began pursuing an acting career. Justin studied Shakespeare in London, England (Kings College) in the summer of '06 and knew that acting was what he wanted for himself. Upon graduating in May of 2008, he packed his bags and headed west.

After two years in Los Angeles Justin has worked on Animal Planet's first season of The Lost Tapes, tested for the CW Network's 90210, and had a co-starring role in the Nickelodeon show Victorious. In film, he has worked on Couples Retreat, The Youngster, Devolved, and coming soon A Last Day on Earth. Justin has for nearly 18 months and is currently still studying with Michael Woolson. He also has studied Meisner at Playhouse West.

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Rebecca Hirsch: An Unrevealed Character
Born and Raised in Chicago, Rebecca attended high school at the Chicago Academy for the Arts where she majored in Musical Theatre. After graduating from high school, Rebecca attended New York University’s Tisch School for the Arts for a BFA in Acting. While in college, Rebecca spent a summer at the Berkshire Theatre Festival in their Children’s play production of Hercules. Upon graduating from NYU Rebecca moved to Los Angeles to pursue a professional career in acting. In just a few months Rebecca has been featured in the new Nickelodeon show Victorious and has appeared in independent films such as Frankie and Friends produced by The Indie Workforce and Gravity Hill produced by String and a Can productions. She also played a supporting role in the new Coheed and Cambria music video World of Lines produced by London Alley Entertainment. Rebecca is currently theatrically represented by PB Management and The Talent House LA.

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Victoria Johnston: Jennifer's Friend
Victoria Elizabeth Johnston was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She moved to Cincinnati, Ohio, when she was five years old, and has been performing ever since. She sang, danced, and acted throughout grade school and returned to Canada to attend York University as a Theatre Major in the fall of 2001. She moved to Los Angeles in 2006.

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James Arnold Taylor: Obi-Wan Kenobi
James Arnold Taylor's versatile vocal range has given him success in every facet of the Voice-Over Industry. His voice is heard all of the world daily, and you would never know it's one person. His list of credits range from leading roles in major summer blockbuster films, starring roles in the hottest animation on television, a promo voice for Fox, Spike, G4, and national ad campaigns in commercials for TV and radio - from the voice of a Mini Wheat to the current voice of Fred Flintstone. You can literally play the "Six Degrees of..." game with James and be only one degree from just about every name in Hollywood today.

James' most notable credits are: Obi-Wan Kenobi: Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Leonardo: TMNT (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) - Johnny: Johnny Test - Green Arrow: Batman The Brave and the Bold - Harry Osborn: The Spectacular Spider-Man - Milo Thatch: Disney's Atlantis: Milo's Return - Wooldoor Sockbat and the Producer: Drawn Together - The Fallen: Transformers Revenge of the Fallen video game - Tidus: Final Fantasy X,X-2 and Dissidia video games - Ratchet: Ratchet & Clank video game series - Gabe Logan: Syphon Filter video game series - Ash: The Animatrix Detective Story.

James also "Voice-Doubles" for many of today's biggest names including: Johnny Depp - Ewan McGregor - Shia LaBeouf - Christopher Walken - Michael J. Fox - David Spade - Daniel Radcliffe - Clive Owen - Nicolas Cage - Christian Bale - Steve Carell - Matthew McConaughey - Justin Timberlake - James McAvoy - Alec Baldwin - Billy Bob Thornton - Sean William Scott - Denis Leary - Robin Williams - Ron Howard.

Having voices in some of the biggest franchises in movies, TV and video games he has had a successful career ultimately doing what he loves most... entertaining.

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Catherine Taber: Padme Amidala
Georgia native Catherine Taber made her feature film debut starring in the coming of age drama "The Girls' Room" [2000]. Taber's performance in the film garnered critical praise from industry publications. Daily Variety hailed her performance as "winning, empathetic and intimate." Catherine can also be seen alongside Reese Witherspoon in the romantic comedy, Just like Heaven, as well as 2009's Curious George 2, 2008's Star Wars: The Clone Wars, the film that kicked off the series, and in numerous comedic and dramatic television appearances.

In 2003, Catherine made her voice-acting debut playing Mission Vao in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and has never looked back. She has since lent her voice to some of the most popular video games on the market including Avatar: The Game, X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse, Final Fantasy X II, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker and the highly anticipated Star Wars: The Old Republic. Cat also plays the young Princess Leia in the award winning Star Wars: The Force Unleashed and its sequel, The Force Unleashed II. In 2007, Catherine was nominated for a NAViGaTR Award (National Academy of Video Game Testers and Reviewers) for her portrayal of Penelo in "Final Fantasy 12".

Hailed as a Geek Goddess amongst the sci fi, fantasy, and gaming communities, Catherine feels right at home in her current role of Padme Amidala in the critically acclaimed Cartoon Network television series Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

When this self-proclaimed sci-fi geek isn't living out her childhood dreams on set, she is giving back to her community. Catherine started the organization Games For Soldiers which accepts donations of video games and comic books that she sends to troops deployed in Afghanistan and Iraq.

See more information at Catherine's website and her page.