Shawn Knox graduated from Kent State University and attended the Houde School of Acting in Cleveland shortly after. There he studied the Meisner technique, on camera, and improvisation. He also teaches the technique under Jessica Morris, the schools founder/owner. Shawn has worked across multiple Film, TV, and Commercial projects the past few years. His most recent credit being “Cherry” opposite Tom Holland, directed by the Russo Brothers.
Born and raised in Oakland, CA. Andy J. Carlson was a varsity athlete at Bishop O’Dowd High School who spent his time on a baseball field instead of a stage. Although he enjoyed his tech job after college, he always considered the pursuit of an acting career. After a little push from his hometown friends, that dream became a reality in the Fall of 2017 when he submitted for his first audition.
Acting in films is a main highlight for Annalese’s many interests.
Her career includes being a university photojournalist for many years, a current local news anchor, a massage therapist, and in the last ten years, she has stepped into film and commercial work.
With multiple thrillers and horror films, dramas and comedies, she keeps a sense of playfulness portraying a wide range of characters from soccer moms, to homeless grifters. ..And just for fun, modeling for the occasional adult underwear ads keeps her sense of humor.
Sé Marie is based out of Los Angeles, earning an acting degree in 2011. She began her career as a stunt double for Rachel McAdams and Vinessa Shaw, before transitioning fully into a career in acting.
Sé has led several feature films to major film festivals, including “Career Opportunities in Organized Crime” (South by Southwest Film Festival 2016) and “Careful Not to Cry” (Toronto International Film Festival 2017). In 2019, she co-starred in a national Nissan commercial campaign alongside actress Joey King.
Sé recently won an award for Best Ensemble Cast for the feature film “Force to Fear” at GenreBlast Film Festival 2020, and was also the winner of the Glorioso Casting One Minute Monologue Challenge, which accepted submissions from around the world.
Sé Marie can be seen in the upcoming feature film “Unsinkable” about the aftermath of the Titanic, pending an upcoming theater release date, and is currently in post-production for the comedy feature film “Movers Ultimate”, which has a wide release set for Summer 2022. She also led the sci-fi short film “Artificial Existence” to many major festivals this year (still currently making its festival run), and produced/directed/starred in an original web series titled “A Very Covid Christmas”, which premiered on YouTube and has been highly reviewed by the press.
Taking advantage of the pandemic year 2020, Sé starred in an international live Zoom play titled “Water Child”, which featured an international cast and was globally hailed for the production’s creativity and talent.
Sé Marie is also currently in post-production for a highly anticipated pilot television project, which she stars in and produces. Further details cannot be disclosed at this time.
Grant Thomas Brooks was born on June 21st, 2001 in Columbus, Ohio. Working for PCG talent in Columbus, Grant is an American stage and film actor, best known for his role as Josh in the horror movie "Don't Run" and as Miles in the reboot of the horror franchise "Wrong Turn". Grant has been involved with 2 student films associated with the Delaware Area Career Center which have won Emmys in the Ohio Valley Chapter. Along with stage and film acting, Grant spends some of his free time as a World War II reenactor and amateur military historian. Grant is the youngest in his family, having three older sisters.
Jeremy Farley is a Stage and Screen Actor, Born and raised in LA but now is making his way to New York CIty within 2021.
At a very young age Jeremy started performing in his parents company Mimeistry Int. Todd and Marilyn Farley created Mimeistry Int, after they were trained as professional Mimes by Marceal Marceau in Paris France. With a strong base in Mime, physical storytelling and comedy, Jeremy moved on to Acting.
In 2019 Jeremy gained a BFA in Acting from Wright State University. Jeremy has performed in everything from Shakespeare to Musicals, Contemporary plays to Long Form Improv, and even some Puppetry and Comedia Larte.
Having studied and performed Commedia Del Arte in Italy, with the Italian master Fabio Mangolini. Although relatively new to film, Jeremy is blasting his way through the industry and is thrilled to be a part of the Movers Ultimate Team!
Grant Kennedy Lewis is an actor based in Chicago, IL with experience in Theatre, Television, and Film. He graduated from Northwestern University in 2018 and has been working professionally in the Midwest ever since. Recently, Grant has appeared in a Season 5 episode of Chicago Med and will be seen in an upcoming episode of How to L0ve, a webseries about tennis ball people. He is very excited to share Movers Ultimate with the greater moving community!
Steven Strafford is an actor and playwright born in NYC and based in Chicago. On stage, he's been seen around the country and around the world in comedies, musicals, and performances of his one-man show, Methtacular! He has been on TV, in movies, and in a national commercial in the harrowing role of "real person."
Chaney Morrow is a film and stage actor known for Haunt (2019), Wrong Turn (2021) and Dark Waters (2019). He is a native of Dayton, OH.
Cameron is a local Cincinnati filmmaker that has worked with Ben Rood previously on Don’t Run. Cameron likes to act when he can, and has worked on numerous short films and theatrical productions. Cameron is planning on graduating from Northern Kentucky University in the Spring of 2024 with a Electronic Media and Broadcasting Degree along with a minor in Marketing. Cameron has also worked on several video game trailers for an indie-company named Bad Neighbor Games.
I'm not going to talk about myself in third person because I'm the one making this page and that feels weird. But the interesting points of my life can be boiled down to this: I had braces three times. After that I freaked my parents out when I was 15 and told them I wanted to make a living as a filmmaker. I got into Ohio University's Scripps School of Communications where I crushed cheap beer and occasionally class. Moved to L.A. Worked freelance on some big commercials and TV shows. When freelance wasn't there, I installed trees for rich people to pay bills and keep the lights on (this gig was crazy, I ruined Courteney Cox's floor one day. On another, I had a panic attack in front of Charlize Theron when I was trying to show off my muscles and a spider crawled on me. I once sold a tree to a homeless lady from Jupiter, or so she claimed. Haven't fact-checked). The job resulted in a back injury. Went broke. Moved home to live in my parents' basement (awesome ice breaker for meeting ladies. Not). Saved money. Became a firefighter while making a movie over the course of 3 years. Got the movie noticed. Almost finished another movie. And here we are. It's wonderful to meet you.
Jeff Kolada is a Los Angeles based Cinematographer and Director of Photography originally from Bexley Ohio. He studied at the Ohio University Scripps College of Communication in Athens, OH with a focus on cinematography and lighting, and started his career with an internship in New York City producing content for the Miss Teen USA, Miss USA and Miss Universe beauty pageants. Since being in Los Angeles Jeff has photographed award-winning documentary projects with VICE Media and Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope, and captured on the red-carpet & behind-the-scenes at The Academy Awards, The Emmy Awards, and The Golden Globes. His brand work includes marketing and commercial work for Mastercard, Paul Mitchell Haircare, Diamond Nexus, Australian Gold, CHI Haircare, as well as creating social media content for influencers Nick Uhas, Hubble Studio, Kramoda Coffee, Charli & Dixie D’Amelio, Pavel Barber and Rima Fakih.