Story Tree Films
Currently, the producers are in talks with the following actors:
Born in England, raised in Brooklyn, New York, and a graduate of Princeton University, Wentworth Miller is a compelling and critically acclaimed young actor whose credits span both television and feature film. Miller began his career in the industry on the other side of the camera. After graduating from college with a degree in English Literature, Miller headed to Los Angeles in the spring of 1995 to work in the development department of a small production company specializing in movies made for television. However, it wasn't long before his desire to realize the acting ambitions of his childhood became undeniable.
Wentworth Miller (Hunter)
Jason O’Mara was born and raised in Dublin, Ireland. After graduating from Trinity College Dublin with a BA in Drama and Theatre he moved to London, England to further pursue his acting career. Time spent in British repertory theater led to major roles in some of Britain and Ireland's great theaters, including the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Almeida theater, London's West End (the Apollo and Comedy theaters) and the Gate Theatre, Dublin. Concurrently, he appeared in many British TV series for both the BBC and ITV. A move to the US in 2002 allowed Jason opportunities in Hollywood where he has played series regular roles on several network television shows. Jason and his family divide their time between the east and west coasts of America, and get back to visit Ireland as often as they can.
Jason O'Mara (Ivan)
Elizabeth Mitchell was born in Los Angeles in 1970. Shortly after her birth, her parents moved to Dallas, Texas. She was graduated from Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts located in the Arts District of downtown Dallas. Later, she earned a BFA degree in acting from Stephens College and also studied at the British American Drama Academy. Additionally, she spent six years at the respected Dallas Theatre Center and one year with that theater's Encore Company.
Before her big screen debut, she started her acting career from theaters. Her theatrical stage credits include productions of "As You Like It", "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum", "Measure for Measure", "Baby" and "Chicago", among many others.
Her breakthrough performance was opposite Angelina Jolie in Michael Cristofer's acclaimed HBO telefilm Gia endearing her to audiences and critics, alike. Following with the sci-fi time-travel adventure, Frequency with Dennis Quaid and Neil LaBute's highly anticipated Nurse Betty opposite Renée Zellweger, Elizabeth showed her charismatic acting skills. With numerous credits from theaters, TV series and movies, Elizabeth Mitchell continues to give her best in the acting field.
Elizabeth Mitchell (Katherine)
Fiona Walsh (): Fiona recently presented her hilariously funny one-woman show Great White American Teeth – which debuted in 2004 at the Midtown International Theater Festival - at the prestigious Irish Repertory Theatre in NYC. She has appeared in numerous productions at the Rep including: Eclipsed and The Shaughraun, and at the Irish Arts Center, where she hosts the monthly cabaret evening, “Sundays at Seven”. Other credits include: The Commitments and The Education of Max Bickford. For more on Fiona, please visit: www.fionawalsh.com
cast member of Fair City, the long-running Irish television show, and portrayed a nun in The Magdalene Sisters, which one a number of awards including the Golden Lion at the 2002 Venice Film Festival and Best Ensemble Film at the British Independent Film Awards in 2003.
(Maid#2): Laoisa’s New York theatre credits include: Nancy in Gaslight at the Irish Repertory Theatre, Tracey in Dirtywork , which premiered at the Edinburgh Festival, and Laura in Joe Penhall's Some Voices. Recent Dublin theatre credits include: The Hostage, Fool For Love, and The Respectable Prostitute. She is featured in the independent films: The Standard Man, The Beatle Fan, Death Do Us Part, Maggie’s Penance, and Blur of Insanity. Recent Recent television includes FAIR CITY, the long-running Irish drama. Caitriona Balfe (Annette): Catriona has enjoyed a highly successful modeling career for several years working for such prestigious fashion houses as Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs and Dolce & Gabbana. Editorial work has included: Vogue, ELLE, and Marie Claire, and she has been featured in campaigns for Dolce & Gabbana, DKNY, H&M,and Calvin Klein. A recent graduate of the New York Film Academy, she appeared in The Devil Wears Prada and commercials for H&M and Wella. Along the way the women meet up with a rag tag mix of supporting players who provide humor and color and keep the story moving at a fast pace. Each one gets instantly drawn into Julianna’s story, and wants to help Susan and Connie protect her from Brendan. Gallagher, one of the street musicians they encounter, even physically defends her honor! I believe that their interest illustrates a particularly Irish sensibility. There is a desire to be where the action is, which is born out of (mostly) caring and (a wee bit of) nosiness. While we certainly root for Julianna to become a couple with Fin, and know that Susan and James will make a go of it, we are just as happy to know that the three women will always be together as best friends. Because at the core of this romantic comedy is the bond amongst these women. From the opening flashback in college where they make their solemn pledge to “protect one another from unfaithful men” you get the sense that they will remain the constant in each other’s lives.
Story Tree Films
Luke Golden: Producer
23310 Raymond St
Chatsworth, CA 91311
Fax 212 744-0693
Pamm Vlastas: Producer
Albert Dickerson III: Producer
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