Oded Kassirer was born and raised in Tel Aviv, Israel. After graduating from Art College where he mastered in video production and editing, he moved to Los Angeles to start a 16 year career as an animator. In the last 6 years he worked with Image Movers Digital, owned by Robert Zemeckis, on motion-capture movies such as "Polar Express" and "Beowulf". 2010 was the year of the "Change" when the pursuit of creativity led Oded, at first, to Second City and from there to LifeBook acting academy. In the short time he has been acting Oded achieved many roles in movies, music videos, national commercials, stage plays, as well as appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live and the Eric Andre show.
Sammie Wayne, IV is an award winning Actor and Lighting Designer. He is also a Stage Manager and Director. Since 2010, he has garnered five NAACP Theatre Awards, two for acting and three for lighting design. In 2009, he received Best Supporting Actor for “One Woman Two Lives”, directed by Denise Dowse. In 2013, he received his second Best Supporting Actor for Ana Lucasta, directed by Ben Guillory. He received Best Lighting Design for Loretta Devine’s “Pieces of Me”, Vicki Lynn Reynolds, “Hattie:What I Need You To Know” and Celeste Bedford Walker’s “Camp Logan in 2011,2012,2013, respectively. He directed several episodes of America’s Next Top Model Cycle 20. He has a B.S in Computer Science, from DePaul University. Before his career in entertainment, Sammie was a Computer Programmer and Software Engineer for General Motors and Northrop Grumman.
Oscar Alef Ibarra is debuting his very first theatre stage production as an executive producer. Oscar is not a stranger to working in the entertainment industry; He was introduced to the arts at an early age when his mother enrolled and encouraged him to perform in countless plays and recitals for the LAUSD. After high-school he took a break from acting to work and master the art of DJ'ing where he produced and collaborated in several music tracks. Recently Oscar decided to take on the world of Film and TV working behind the scenes taking on various roles, from production assistant to location manager. Oscar A. Ibarra has recently written a short film Called "My name is David" which he will be producing and directing, due out at the end of 2014.