Cast

  • Hannah FIerman

    Actress and Singer, Hannah Fierman first performed on stage at the age of three after her family moved from Bath, England to the USA. She discovered her passion for film upon landing her first feature film role at 17, and never looked back. Hannah's breakout performance stole the show in V/H/S, a hit horror anthology which spawned two sequels. Other distinguished feature credits include; Lily Craven in a steampunk adaptation of The Secret Garden, the lead role of Laura in The Unwanted, and the lead role in Hold Me. Receiving the Best Actress Award at The Crimson Screen Film Festival in 2015, Hannah has been nominated several times for her performance in the horror short, American Hell. She has also appeared in numerous television shows in both the States and the UK such as “The Vampire Diaries,” “Toast of London,” and “The Game” just to name a few. If Hannah could choose any role to play it would be a bio-pic of the life of Anne Boleyn. Look for her in several feature and television projects coming up in 2017.

    Actress and Singer, Hannah Fierman first performed on stage at the age of three after her family moved from Bath, England to the USA. She discovered her passion for film upon landing her first feature film role at 17, and never looked back. Hannah's breakout performance stole the show in V/H/S, a hit horror anthology which spawned two sequels. Other distinguished feature credits include; Lily Craven in a steampunk adaptation of The Secret Garden, the lead role of Laura in The Unwanted, and the lead role in Hold Me. Receiving the Best Actress Award at The Crimson Screen Film Festival in 2015, Hannah has been nominated several times for her performance in the horror short, American Hell. She has also appeared in numerous television shows in both the States and the UK such as “The Vampire Diaries,” “Toast of London,” and “The Game” just to name a few. If Hannah could choose any role to play it would be a bio-pic of the life of Anne Boleyn. Look for her in several feature and television projects coming up in 2017.

  • Chase Williamson

    Chase Williamson grew up in Southlake, Texas and received a BFA in Acting fromthe University of Southern California. Within weeks of graduating, he landed the lead role in Don Coscarelli's JOHN DIES AT THE END opposite Paul Giamatti. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and his performance was critically acclaimed. In 2013, he played the title role in SPARKS, a superhero noir film based on the graphic novel of the same name. In 2014, he joined the case of the blockbuster web series VIDEO GAME HIGH SCHOOL. He has since appeared in several more films including Adam Wingard's THE GUEST, LACE CRATER, and BEYOND THE GATE

    Chase Williamson grew up in Southlake, Texas and received a BFA in Acting fromthe University of Southern California. Within weeks of graduating, he landed the lead role in Don Coscarelli's JOHN DIES AT THE END opposite Paul Giamatti. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and his performance was critically acclaimed. In 2013, he played the title role in SPARKS, a superhero noir film based on the graphic novel of the same name. In 2014, he joined the case of the blockbuster web series VIDEO GAME HIGH SCHOOL. He has since appeared in several more films including Adam Wingard's THE GUEST, LACE CRATER, and BEYOND THE GATE

  • Justin Welborn

    Justin Welborn is a Los Angeles based television, film and theater artist who is best known for his television role as Carl on FXs hit show Justified (Seasons 5 & 6). He has also guest starred on shows like Bones, Body of Proof, iCarly, Hawaii 5-0, NBCs Game of Silence and an undisclosed HBO short. Justin has worked on all of Gregg Bishops feature length films including The Other Side, Dance of the Dead, & VHS Viral, as Dante the Great. He starred in the 1997 Sundance Festival cult classic the Signal, and has also been featured in The Final Destination, the remake of the Crazies, and Barry Levinson's the Bay. Justin is currently filming Godless, a Netflix western series, produced by by Steven Soderbergh. He is the Producer, Host and Master of Disaster at Bootleg Theaters monthly bout of Literary Bloodsport, Write Club Los Angeles. Justin also works with 7 Stages Theater in Atlanta, Ga, directing productions such as Dracula: the Rock Opera, and the Black Metal Burlesque. He is a proud supporter of The Theater on St.Claude in New Orleans and recently starred there in a new work called...

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    Justin Welborn is a Los Angeles based television, film and theater artist who is best known for his television role as Carl on FXs hit show Justified (Seasons 5 & 6). He has also guest starred on shows like Bones, Body of Proof, iCarly, Hawaii 5-0, NBCs Game of Silence and an undisclosed HBO short. Justin has worked on all of Gregg Bishops feature length films including The Other Side, Dance of the Dead, & VHS Viral, as Dante the Great. He starred in the 1997 Sundance Festival cult classic the Signal, and has also been featured in The Final Destination, the remake of the Crazies, and Barry Levinson's the Bay. Justin is currently filming Godless, a Netflix western series, produced by by Steven Soderbergh. He is the Producer, Host and Master of Disaster at Bootleg Theaters monthly bout of Literary Bloodsport, Write Club Los Angeles. Justin also works with 7 Stages Theater in Atlanta, Ga, directing productions such as Dracula: the Rock Opera, and the Black Metal Burlesque. He is a proud supporter of The Theater on St.Claude in New Orleans and recently starred there in a new work called The Killing of a Lesbian Bookie. Justin is represented by Pakula King Agency and Justice & Ponder Management.

  • Gregg Bishop

    Gregg Bishop started making movies with his father's Super 8 and 16mm film cameras when he was 7 years old and wrote & directed his first full-length feature at 17 years of age.

    After graduating from the Production Program at USC filmschool, Gregg wrote & directed the $15,000 film festival smash “THE OTHER SIDE” starring Jaimie Alexander (from "THOR" & NBC’s “BLINDSPOT”), which Premiered at the Slamdance Film Festival where it was snapped up for a theatrical release. Variety called the movie “a lean, propulsively paced supernatural thriller, packed with pulse pounding excitement”. Gregg is currently developing the movie as a TV series at Fox Studios.

    Gregg directed & produced “DANCE OF THE DEAD” starring Lucas Till (CBS’s “MACGYVER”), which had its World Premiere at the SXSW Film Festival and was hand-picked by director Sam Raimi (“SPIDERMAN”, “DRAG ME TO HELL”) for distribution through Lionsgate and Ghost House Pictures. Aint It Cool News hailed “DANCE OF THE DEAD” as “a cult classic” and Bloody-Disgusting called it “one of the best horror...

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    Gregg Bishop started making movies with his father's Super 8 and 16mm film cameras when he was 7 years old and wrote & directed his first full-length feature at 17 years of age.

    After graduating from the Production Program at USC filmschool, Gregg wrote & directed the $15,000 film festival smash “THE OTHER SIDE” starring Jaimie Alexander (from "THOR" & NBC’s “BLINDSPOT”), which Premiered at the Slamdance Film Festival where it was snapped up for a theatrical release. Variety called the movie “a lean, propulsively paced supernatural thriller, packed with pulse pounding excitement”. Gregg is currently developing the movie as a TV series at Fox Studios.

    Gregg directed & produced “DANCE OF THE DEAD” starring Lucas Till (CBS’s “MACGYVER”), which had its World Premiere at the SXSW Film Festival and was hand-picked by director Sam Raimi (“SPIDERMAN”, “DRAG ME TO HELL”) for distribution through Lionsgate and Ghost House Pictures. Aint It Cool News hailed “DANCE OF THE DEAD” as “a cult classic” and Bloody-Disgusting called it “one of the best horror comedies ever made that will be remembered for years to come”.

    NBC/Universal G4Films produced his Webby nominated short film "THE BIRDS OF ANGER" starring Jaimie Alexander.

    Gregg wrote and directed a segment called "DANTE THE GREAT" for the third installment of the highly acclaimed V/H/S franchise which was released theatrically from Magnolia Pictures’ genre arm Magnet Releasing. He recently finished directing the feature film "SIREN", which will be released in theaters December 2nd this year by Chiller Films and is an adaptation of David Bruckner's V/H/S segment "AMATEUR NIGHT".

    Michael Bay & Benderspink are producing his thriller spec script "LOCKDOWN AT FRANKLIN HIGH", which Gregg wrote and sold to Sony Pictures.