Tara Jayn (Beatrix Beckett)
Tara is far too busy and should consider an extended vacation. But she won’t. We know this to be true. In addition to Social Medium, Tara has recently starred in the short film Room 313, set to premier in the coming months, and she is in preproduction on her next project Imaginary Friends. If you recognize her face you might have seen her on Parks and Recreation but then again, you probably blinked. Follow her on twitter @tarajayn or find her online at tarajayn.com
James Brent Isaacs (Fallon Westgate)
James Brent Isaacs is an actor and writer born and raised in New Jersey. He got into acting at an early age because pretty girls were trying out for the school play and he knew he’d be the only boy in the show so they’d have to date him. This backfired, but his love of acting was born nevertheless! He is best known for his work with Felicia Day’s internet brainchild Geek & Sundry, and as Bobby “BMart” Martin on the hit web series “Emma Approved.”
Kate Hackett (Zola Zwolski)
Kate Hackett is an up and coming actress in Los Angeles, California, known for a quick wit and an ability to dig deep emotionally. She has been acting since she was four years old, all the way back in Maryland. She grew up doing musicals (she sings!) and other straight plays, but made the transition to film when she attended Boston University for college. Kate has worked on many independent films and commercials and has produced, starred in, and written her own content. She is fully trained in the Stanislavski, Adler, and Meisner techniques (see resume for schools) and has both studied and performed at UCB, Upright Citizen’s Brigade, in Los Angeles and with Jackson’s Onus, an awesome improv troupe. Kate loves dramatic acting, but is equally versed in comedy. She believes strongly in writing and creating her own material, so there’s always something new just around the corner!
Adam Grimes (James/Toth)
Raised in a small Village in the early 1800’s, Adam’s childhood was one of fierce determination in the face of a nightmarish demonic presence that kept the local community far removed from the world at large. That is, until one day, when a young girl escaped and realized they were just on a modern day nature preserve with a big wall around it. After his emancipation, he became an actor and has been in a bunch of stuff. He would also like to take this opportunity to apologize for a sobriety balance issue that inexplicably and persistently confuses his past with M. Night Shyamalan’s “The Village.” Check out his stuff at: www.youtube.com/obvstation.
Dayeanne Hutton (Persephone)
Dayeanne is thrilled to have been a part of Social Medium; finding much joy working with such a fabulous bunch of professional goons. She is most well known for her work as Harriet Smith on the popular web series, Emma Approved, and for her voiceover work in the video game Life Is Strange. When not acting, she enjoys long walks with llamas, gouda, and ukuleles. If you like fashion and maybe sometimes cats, she can be found blogging at Potpurrri.com. For further details on her past, present and hopefully future projects, check out her website, Dayeannehutton.com
Paula Rhodes (Mallory)
Paula is a multi-hyphenate with emphasis in the geektastic genres and a founding member of the 5’2″ & Under Club. She counts among her best diary entries getting to embody some of her favorite fandoms as Wendy in The New Adventures of Peter & Wendy (a modernized transmedia adventure based on the classic Peter Pan tale), Lady Door in the West Coast premiere of Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere, Nightfall in ElfQuest: A Fan Imagining (that she also co-created and parlayed into getting the film/TV rights to the comic), and Skipper & Stacie in Barbie: Life in the Dreamhouse. She’s hoping to continue to grow her collection. She’s also decent at writing in third person. Follow/add her adventures on twitter @paula_rhodes and at OfficialPaulaRhodes.com
Dyana Liu (Thea)
Dyana loves ghost stories, paranormal happenings and all things that go bump in the night. So long as her eyes can remain tightly shut. Her work can be found on TV and the web; in film, commercials and voice-over. When she’s not working, she loves traveling, whipping things up in the kitchen and surrounding herself with her dearest friends and family.
Check out more at www.dyanaliu.com!
Susan Slaughter from “Ghost Hunters International” stars in the Syfy reality series. She was previously one of the recruits training to become an investigator on the Syfy series “Ghost Hunters Academy.” Born and raised in Miami, Florida, she went to school for fashion and costume design and made fashion her creative outlet in life. But, for as long as she could remember, she has had her own supernatural experiences. Since GHI she has started a career in acting starring in movies such as Slay Belles and featured in The Devil’s Carnival: Alleluia. Follow her on twitter @slaughter_susan