|Caitlin Kinnunen, "Bess"
Caitlin is making her feature film debut in Sweet Little Lies. Her background includes Spring Awakening (Thea) on Broadway; regional theatre credits include The Secret Garden (Mary), Annie (Annie), Little Women (Amy), Wonderful Town, High School Musical, and Fairystories. Originally from Camano Island, WA, she now lives in New York.
|Joseph Montes, "Waldo"
Joseph is also making his feature film debut. Originally from California, Joseph has worked in commercial and television in the past few years.
|Bill Sage, “Roach”
A graduate of the State University of New York at Purchase, actor Bill Sage began his career with a long-running collaboration with indie filmmaker Hal Hartley. Sage appeared in a number of Hartley's films, including Trust, Flirt, and Simple Men. He has appeared in several acclaimed independent films, such as I Shot Andy Warhol, High Art, and American Psycho. Sage also played recurring roles in Third Watch, Cashmere Mafia, and NCIS.
|Jesse Lenat, “Randy”
Credits for actor/songwriter Jesse Lenat include Rent, New York Theatre Workshop; Tooth of Crime: Second Dance with original music by T-bone Burnett (directed by Bill Hart/Sam Shepard), Signature Theatre/Second Stage at Lucille Lortel Theatre; Texarkana Waltz (original music, music director); and Floyd Collins at Playwrights Horizons (cast album). He worked with John Mellencamp and Stephen King on a project called “Ghost Brothers” in which he played the Shape. He has also appeared on television and a number of independent films.
|Pedro Pascal, “Paulino”
Pedro pascal has worked in theater, film and television, originating roles on stage for playwrights Terrence McNally, Nilo Cruz and David Greenspan, can be seen in recurring roles on CBS' "The Good Wife," FX's "Lights Out," and "Brothers & Sisters" on ABC. He is featured in the Universal Pictures film "The Adjustment Bureau" starring Matt Damon and Emily Blunt, and has recently signed on to play police detective Ed Indelicato for the Wonder Woman pilot, written by David E. Kelley, on NBC.
|NaTasha Yvette Williams, “Jennifer”
NaTasha is an extraordinary vocalist and has been a featured singer with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, The Naples Philharmonic, Ottawa Symphony Orchestra, and The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. This Summer she takes on the Cleveland Philharmonic and in the fall of 2011 She will be featured at Carnegie Hall in “Irving Berlin-- Rags to Riches.” She has appeared on Broadway in numerous theatrical productions including: The Color Purple (Sofia), Dessa Rose at Lincoln Center. She was Mammy in Trevor Nunn’s London West End production of Gone With the Wind. National Tours: Xanadu (Melponmene),The Drowsy Chaperone (Trix the Aviatrix), All Shook Up (Sylvia), Seussical the Musical (Sour Kangaroo), Cinderella (Grace), Parade (Featured), The Goodbye Girl (Mrs. Crosby). NaTasha’s CDs, is available at www.digstation.com. For more information, please visit her website at www.natashayvettewilliams.com