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Shireen Nomura - Jenny
Shireen Nomura (Jenny) is one of very few actors who are actually from LA.  So being a California girl she loves the water and the sunshine.
She also loves her craft and working on great projects such as Love 10:1.  A film studies graduate from the University of California, Irvine and a former student of Playhouse West Reparatory Theatre, Shireen is poised for stardom!  With appearances in numerous television commercials and print ads she might just start to become a familiar face.  You can catch her in great independent flicks like The Bathroom, The Perfect Party, Sweet and Sour and the soon to be released Obsessed.

Art Hsu – Tim
Art Hsu is extremely excited to be involved with Love 10:1.  A native of Queens, New York, alumni of La Salle Military Academy and graduate of Boston College, Art spent time living and traveling abroad before relocating to Los Angeles.  When asked why live overseas if you want to be an actor, his answer is simple: “I thought I needed some more seasoning…and living outside the U.S. definitely gives you a different perspective on who you are as a person, an Asian-American, and an artist.”  Prior film credits include the Singapore Film Commission’s “Leaving Home,” and several LAFS original thesis projects.   

Onahoua Rodriguez - Shane
Onahoua Rodriguez grew up in New York and received her training from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. She was cast in New York to play The Bride in Blood Wedding at the La Jolla Playhouse, and eventually relocated to Los Angeles.

Since then, she has guest starred and recurred on various TV shows including CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Saving Grace, ER, NYPD Blue, Cold Case, CSI Miami, Boston Public, Cover Me, The Allison Anders pilot In The Echo and is best known for playing Emolia Melendez on The Shield. She played Wanda Love in Rhythm Of The Saints (Dramatic Film Category at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival).

She continues to do theater which includes Nilo Cruz’s Pulitzer Prize winning play Anna In The Tropics at South Coast Rep., The Coconut Grove Playhouse and at The Skirball Center. She also starred in the world premiere of Cruz’s Beauty Of The Father at the Seattle Rep.
Onahoua’s next project is the world premiere of Octavio Solis’ Lydia at The Denver Center for the Performing Arts.

David Villar - Dustin
David hails from the state of Minnesota originally and graduated with a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin. His most recent film credits include appearing in the short, Possession, and the recently released film Pool Party. His television work has included work on Untold Stories of the E.R. and Opus Dei: Revealed. David has also appeared in countless national and regional commercials and can be seen monthly as a cast member of the improv comedy group "The Returning Champs." David currently resides in Los Angeles with his imaginary wife and dog Sancho.

Justin Klosky - Jim
He was born Justin Brett Klosky on May 14, 1980 in Miami, Florida. Klosky’s big break came when he made his television debut on Guiding Light as Joey Lupo, the star high school baseball player on July 1, 2003 as a guest star. After coming back and forth and guest starring as his own original character, he earned a 3 year contract and a spot on Daytime Television. Playing on the show from 2002-2005, Klosky was acknowledged with a Daytime Emmy, Pre-Nomination for Outstanding Younger Actor in 2004 and was just recently brought back to the cast of Guiding Light after a leave of a year to spice up the younger generations story line.

He starred Off-Broadway in The Karaoke Show which was a comedy that melded classic characters from Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors with present-day karaoke culture. He recently worked with Garry Marshall on Happy Days: The Musical where he played Potsie Webber. He guest starred on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit where he played killer Ryan Bedford.

Klosky is currently residing in Los Angeles, but travels back and forth to New York City monthly, where his heart lies for both work and pleasure.

Daniella Alonso - Cali
New York native Daniella Alonso is best known for playing Anna Taggaro on the WB’s popular show One Tree Hill.

She has appeared in such films as Wrong Turn 2: Dead End, The Hills Have Eyes II, Snoop Dogg’s Hood Of Horror, All You’ve Got, The Last Romantic, Academy Boyz and Rhythm Of The Saints (Dramatic Film Category at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival).

Among her television credits are the critically acclaimed Friday Night Lights, Law and Order, Law and Order Criminal Intent, CSI:New York, CSI:Miami, Saving Grace, and As the World Turns.

Mari Marks – The Band Manager
The role of Sonny Vivian was created by Lucy Rodriguez-Watson when she saw Mari partying on one night in a spandex top and tight black leather pants.  Mari is deeply grateful to Lucy for acknowledging that women “of a certain age” can still kick it. 

Mari began her film career in 2005, appearing in two award-winning shorts, “In the Name of My Father” (Best Comedy Short, NY Independent Film & Video Festival) and “Getting Lucky” (Best Acting, Texas Independent Filmmakers Festival; Best Comedy, Deep Fried Film Festival, Lanarkshire, Scotland; Best Short Film, Estes Park Film Festival, Colorado).  She completed six films in 2006 including the starring role in the full-length feature, “Gay Bed and Breakfast of Terror” which had its World Premiere at the Philadelphia International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival in July 2007 and won the Special Jury Award for Outstanding Screenplay at the Long Island Gay and Lesbian Film Festival in Fire Island, NY in August.  Recent film credits include “Cessation” starring Dennis Haysbert.  Mari made her TV debut on ER in November 2006 as a distressed homeless woman named “Bloody Mary.”

Jesse Coccoli - GG
Jesse Coccoli was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennslyvania to an Italian/Russian family. She began performing at the Pittsburgh Playhouse at the age of 9 before her acceptance into the Point Park Conservatory Theater and Dance school. While attending college at the University of Central Florida, she starred in a reality show in Orlando, posing as the "funny girl" only to follow that up with a co-starring role in a FOX pitlot entitled "Skyler's Revolution" from the Executive Producer of "Charlie's Angeles" and "We are Marshall." She has had her worked sought out by websites such as whipitoutcomedy.com and comedy.com and currently writes comedic shorts and sketches. She presently resides in West Hollywood, CA, where she works under the teachings of Jon Lovitz and currently participates in improv comedy at local theaters (Second City, UCB).

Cazzy Golomb - Domino
Cazzy Golomb, born in Honolulu , Hawaii , spent most of her younger years growing up in and touring the world with her anthropologist father, mother and younger brother to countries such as Thailand , Germany , France , Italy , and England . As a child she was always very artistically expressive, whether she was drawing, painting, sculpting, performing, or doodling. When her college years came around she was encouraged, by her family to pursue an academic major and she chose biotechnology. After college she was excepted into a graduate school program in the biotechnology field at John's Hopkin's University as well as offered a job in San Diego at a biotech company, which she accepted. After years of hard work and studying in the field she knew biotechnology was not her true calling, her passion remained in the arts and she began taking acting classes once again and getting involved in community theaters on the side. Knowing that acting was where she wanted to devote her time, she made the adventurous move to Hollywood.

Ashley Dyke – Layla
Ashley Dyke currently lives in Los Angeles, CA. She is originally from Virginia, but moved to L.A. after she got her degree in Theater, from the University of Virginia. She also studied at NYU Tisch School for film acting. She continues to work with teachers in Los Angeles including Lesly Kahn, Ben Guillory of the Robey Theater, and Iris Klein.

Upon moving to Los Angeles, Ashley began her professional career in acting. She has performed in several films including, Love 10 to 1, Does God Exist?, and The TV Set. She has also worked in television on shows like Stratagem, Help Me Help You, and the Gleib Show. Ashley is also a host for FXcellent on FX. Ashley has done several theater performances at The Acme Theater, Second City, and La Mirada Theater. She also toured with the show Charlotte's Web, were she played Charlotte. Asheley is currently working on two films in Loa Angeles.

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