Born and raised in Chicago, Maura Locke Antas was welcomed into the acting career at the age of six. She began her studies in the BFA Acting program at The Theatre School at DePaul before transferring to the
University of Southern California, where she ultimately earned her degree in Dramatic Arts and a minor in Cinematic Arts. Before completing her studies, Maura had the privilege of attending the British American Drama Academy in association with the Yale School of Drama on a talent
scholarship, where she played in the productions of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Romeo and Juliet, and Macbeth. On the less theatrical front, Maura recently finished production on two short films, and shot a national commercial for Samsung. Maura is honored to be a part of the
Bennington Gothique cast and gives thanks to Gregory for the opportunity!
Eboni Gentry was born and raised in Washington D.C. Growing up in performing arts schools nurtured her love for acting, singing and dancing. Since moving to Los Angeles, Eboni has been privileged to work on multiple projects including Nickelodeon’s iCarly and Victorious, and national commercials for Old Navy and Ally Bank. Most recently, she has joined the cast of Psyche at the Greenway Theatre in West Hollywood, CA, and is proud to join the cast of Benningtion Gothique as Jasmine Toussaint. www.theebonigentrypage.com
Born and raised in Detroit, MI, Chi'Von has always had a passion for the arts. Growing up, she started out modeling for Jacobson's Department Store and performing in school
and church choirs. After graduating from high school, she attended the University of Michigan where she was a member of Allure Dance Company. Upon graduation, she moved to L.A. where she is currently pursuing her acting career.
Yumi hails from the Great Pacific Northwest where she received her degree in the Theatre Arts. This is her first web series and she is very excited to be working with such a talented cast and crew.
Taylor was born and raised in Southern California. This is her first web series.
Born in the Ukraine and raised in Perth, Australia, Natasha began her career as a professional ballroom dancer. She went on to become an Australian champion at the tender age of eight. Natasha developed an interest in acting. She was cast as a series regular on the hit Australian kids TV series, Trapped. Natasha made a life-altering decision to move across the world to the United States to further her acting and music career. In Los Angeles, her first music EP, Natasha was recently released on iTunes. Her catchy pop tune “California Eyes” was recently placed on Nick at Nite’s Family Drama, Hollywood Heights, and is featured on their soundtrack album.
Malcolm Jamal Bowen is an American actor who was born in a small southern town to a care-giving mother and pastor father. He is the youngest of 3 siblings. As a child, Malcolm originally thought he'd grow up and have a "normal" life. Then at the tender age of 8, while watching the ending credits of one of his favorite movies, realized he wanted to do pursue entertainment. His first role ever came in high school when he landed the part of Woody in the play Footloose. He moved to California about a year after completing college and can be found in Los Angeles actively pursuing his career.
Cory hails from Charlotte, North Carolina. He studied Communication at the University of North Florida and is thrilled to be a part of Bennington Gothique.
Kyle Eastman is small town boy with big city dreams. He has recently closed The Importance of Being Earnest in his dream role of Algernon. He is a graduate of both South Coast Repertory’s AIP program and The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, where he starred in The Maiden’s Prayer and Dancing at Lughnasa. Kyle is excited and proud to be a part of Bennington Gothique.
Chuck Filipov is a native San Franciscan who spent some time in Chicago before moving to LA. He has just begun his journey into the world of film and is looking forward to the ride. Catch him making caffeinated beverages at Caffe Luxxe or in Culver as an intern member at The Actors’ Gang. Thanks to Greg for the opportunity!
Mark was born in El Paso, Texas, but moved back to his parents’ home country of Germany when he was just 6 months old. While in Germany, Mark played and coached basketball on a semi-professional level. At an early age, he also fell in love with movies and acting. He decided to follow his dreams and move to the U.S. Mark's first stop was Denver, Colorado where he studied English and Theater. After school, he ended up in Los Angeles where he started to hone his skills studying with David Kagen, Anne Grindlay and Anthony Meindl. Mark is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA.
Growing up traveling the country as a renaissance merchant, Sullivan moved to Los Angeles two years ago from Kansas City. He has just graduated from the intensive program at Stella Alder Los Angeles. His most recent credits include his Stella Lab Theater debut in The History Boys (Posner) directed by Milton Justice and Misalliance (Bentley Summerhays) directed by Susan Vinciotti Bonito. Other Los Angeles credits include 45 Seconds from Broadway (Mickey Fox) also directed by Milton Justice and Our Lady of 121st Street (Victor/Pinky) directed by Bonnie Mcneal. Other theater credits include Multitudes (Bob) directed by Robin Murphy and Lezlie Zucker, Kansas City Fringe Festival, and Into The Woods (Steward) as a member of the Crane River Theater Company.
Originally from Morristown, Tennessee, Taylor Napier moved to Los Angeles after graduating from Emerson College. After a brief stint working behind the scenes in Reality TV (in which he tired of thinking up of ways to ruin lives) Taylor returned to acting. He has starred in (or at least been a part of) numerous commercials, short films and even appeared on True Blood. You may have also seen him on a book cover while browsing the young adult and/or romance section of Barnes and Noble or your great aunt's library.
Daniel was born and raised in Branford, Connecticut. After finishing his degree in Biology at Providence College, he packed up his five boxes and moved to California. Since, he has had some commercial success working for companies such as Coca Cola, Google Glass, and Ray Ban. He is thrilled to join the cast and crew of Bennington Gothique.
Varda recently wrapped shooting on the feature films Forever and Ripe, and the shorts No Hitter and Those who Grow.
Nick is an L.A.-based actor and comedian from Philadelphia. After attending Temple University, Nick had 2 supporting roles in The Lovely Bones and Rocky Balboa while performing at various comedy clubs around Philadelphia. After achieving all he could in Philadelphia, Nick made the move to Los Angeles in 2012. In his first year, Nick filmed over 30 projects in the L.A. area. Nick is poised to have a big second year in L.A. that will kick off with Bennington Gothique and his own web series that is starting production in the coming months.
Deirdre is a former world-class Triathlete. She created and hosted “Be Your Best”, the first sports competition reality show, in Annapolis, MD. Deirdre has starred in numerous theatre productions and has had a wonderful variety of roles in film and TV. An avid Soap Opera and Sci-Fi fan, she is excited to be cast as Clarice Jefferson.
Libby is thrilled to be part of Bennington Gothique. After receiving her MFA from New York University’s Graduate Acting Program, she has enjoyed working in film, on television, and on stage in most of the 50 states and abroad. Favorite experiences include playing a nurse on Six Feet Under and an undercover agent on Jericho, taking a film to the Sundance Festival, and appearing at The Public Theater and The Promenade Theater in New York City. For more info, you can visit www.libbywest.com or www.imdb.com/name/nm0160644
Debbon is an accomplished actress and has appeared in various and varied productions including the TV series, Sex and the City, and the features films, Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind and Death and Cremation.
Anthony Perullo began his acting career as “Derek” on FX’s Rescue Me. While doing research for the show, Creator/Producer Denis Leary, heard one of Perullo’s tirades in a downtown meeting and immediately gave him a recurring role. He is a voice for World of Warcraft, a performer with Shakespeare and company in Lenox, Massachusetts and resides in Los Angeles as a working actor.
John Wuchte has worked with Gregory on several projects including In The Face of Madness and Free Fall. His 2 current films Blood Rush and Horror House recently had their West coast premiers. John has been a stage and screen actor for more than 20 years with 50+ projects under his belt. For more info, www.johnwuchte.com.
Alexander was featured on General Hospital and has roles in the comedy films Furry Vengeance and The Kidnap Party. He's appeared in numerous theater productions including Death of Salesman.
Evan McKenzie is a California-born actor, filmmaker, and artist. He started off in the theatre with credits like Cyrano de Bergerac and The Taming of the Shrew. He can next be seen in the upcoming motion picture The Lovely Rejects.
Patrick Reid is an actor and stand up comedian originally from Denver, Colorado. He is a graduate of Second City's Conservatory program. Today he spends most of his time saving the world by giving renewable energy to homeowners across Southern California. He is also a geek and thinks it's important for you to know that he is obsessed with Doctor Who.
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