Jason Cicci (Writer/Creator/Producer/MARTIN) Film and television work includes the SAG shorts “Blackout” (Cannes Film Festival), “Real Lies”, “The Song”, “The Stewart Family Funeral” and appearances on “30 Rock” and “As The World Turns”.
Jason has made his mark in New York’s Off-Off-Broadway theatre scene with distinctive turns as Nick in Adam Bock’s Swimming in the Shallows, Preston in Hate Mail with Danielle Ferland, Malvolio in Moonwork’s critically-acclaimed production of Shakespeare’s What You Will, Chris in 108 Waverly at Queens Theatre in the Park and Peccadillo Theatre Company’s world premiere of John O’Hara’s Veronique at the Bank Street Theatre. With his company, Monday Morning Productions, Jason was featured in his play A Month of Sundays and Closet Chronicles, which starred Emmy winner Marilyn Sokol.
Regionally, Jason co-starred with Theatre World winner Frank Ferrante in Neil Simon’s Laughter on the 23rd Floor, and Academy Award-winning actress Olympia Dukakis in Auntie Mame, both at Syracuse Stage. Jason also appeared in Romance/Romance and A Grand Night for Singing.
Jason’s writing credits include plays A Month of Sundays, him & her, Under the Tree, and the screenplays “A Conversational Place”, directed by Bob Giraldi, “Relationship Deluxe” and “Good Grief”.
Jason is a graduate of the Syracuse University Drama Department. Website: jasoncicci.com
Bradford How (TED) has trained with Suzanne Esper at the William Esper Studio, Bob Krakower at One-on-One New York, and Rob McCaskill at the Rob McCaskill Studio.
He has been in commercials for Nationwide, ESPN/Samsung, and NJ Lotto. In his work as a tv host, he has been seen on VH1, Nickelodeon, MuchMusic, and Screenvision.
He likes acting and lives with his wife and some domesticated rodents in Manhattan. He’s grateful to play the role of Ted in “He’s With Me”.Website: bradfordhow.com
John Cramer (EDDIE) is honored to play Eddie as a part of the “He’s With Me” experience. It’s not so far from his previous life as a middle and high school teacher – acting like he knows what he’s talking about.
Other recent credits include co-starring roles in “House of Cards”, “Orange is the New Black”, “The Leftovers”, “Law and Order: SVU”, and “Taxi Brooklyn”. John also has appeared in numerous commercials and is a busy voice-over talent.
John credits this success to having studied with some of the most incredible teachers around, including Terry Schreiber, Niki Flacks, Carol Fox Prescott, Gary Austin, Ellen Parks, and the folks at the Upright Citizens Brigade. And especially to his loving and supportive partner, family, and friends.
Darcie Siciliano (VAL) Darcie’s 4 siblings lured her into acting by requesting reenactment of movie scenes & trailers, for which she had an early affinity. After an illustrious career in grammar school holiday shows and hosting gigs, she acted through high school & college, finding time to be a producer of both schools’ student theater companies. Studying Meisner at the Neighborhood Playhouse embedded her in NYC where she’s collaborated on original material with fantastic playwrights like Michael Weller, Alex Dinelaris, and Craig Pospisil. She’s also strengthened her quick study & guerrilla theater tactics in 21 series of the successful A-Train Plays & Musicals. Her exposure into the commercial world has flamed a love of working on-camera, and she is grateful to be part of the talented “He’s With Me” ensemble. Website: darciesiciliano.com
Ryan Duncan (BENNY). Ryan’s film and TV credits include “Blue Bloods”, “FreakMe”, “The Bunny Hole”, “Real Actors Read”, In Stereo, January, Fake, The Corsican Dove, Stand By, and the documentary, The Standbys. On Broadway, Ryan played ‘Bricks’ the Pig and occasionally performed ‘Donkey’ in Shrek. Off-Broadway credits include; Altar Boyz (original ‘Juan’-Drama League nomination), The Yellow Brick Road, Soul Doctor, it must be him, Real Danger, My First Time, and The Fifth Column.
He’s also co-created and performed in the comedy projects, ALKY: only the luckiest victims die and The ReRun Project at the PIT in NYC. Ryan has performed in various regional theaters and can be seen in a couple of fun commercials-Ad Council’s ‘Ants in Your Pants’ and Capital One with Jimmy Fallon. He’s from the D.C. area, lives in Harlem, and has a dog named Jerry. Website: ryan-duncan.com
Veronica Reyes-How (HENNY)is an actor/director/writer who lives in NYC. She’s toured with shows like Rent, Miss Saigon, and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, and featured in TV shows like “The Blacklist”, “Blue Bloods” and “Person of Interest”. She’s recently featured in the 2015 HBO documentary “East of Main Street: Taking the Lead” and you can see her in a variety of ads hocking products like dairy products, furniture, shoes, and processed foods. Recently, she co-penned a children’s play that was a finalist at the Ruble New Play Festival. Upcoming projects: she will be directing another musical tour for Theatreworks USA this fall, doing more musical comedy sketch performances with The Water Coolers, and hosting more episodes of AOL’s “The Savings Experiment”. She’s an avid animal video watcher and loves spending time with her husband Bradford and chihuahua Fergus.
Sebastian LaCause (Director/Producer/Cinematographer/Editor) Originally from Akron, Ohio, La Cause is a multi-faceted actor who has worked on Broadway, in film, and on television. La Cause reprises his recurring role as Fahri in season three of the Emmy winning, “Orange Is The New Black”. The summer of 2014 saw La Cause in the Jerry Bruckheimer film “Deliver Us From Evil” and Ira Sachs’ “Love Is Strange”. La Cause also worked with Sachs in the critically acclaimed drama “Keep The Lights On” in the supporting role of Russ. Other credits include the films “Premium Rush”, “Ghost Town”, “Bear City”, “Chicago”, “Showgirls”, the television shows “Homeland”, “Gossip Girl”, “Law & Order: SVU”, Silvio on the daytime drama “Days of Our Lives” and Rocky in the Tony-nominated revival of The Rocky Horror Show. La Cause is also the creator, writer, director, and star of the acclaimed and award-winning web series, “Hustling”, winner of five Indie Soap Awards, including Best Drama, Best Actor, and Best Ensemble; five Groovy Awards, a 2013 Official Webby Award Honoree and in 2015 a Webby Award Nominee in the Online Film and Video, Drama category. As a director, he not only helms “He’s With Me” as director, cinematographer, and editor but also recently directed the pilot of a new series “Life’s A Drag” which launched in Spring 2015. Website: hustling.tv