Rachele is Chicago born, California raised. She started acting at a young age and began her formal training at the age of 16, attending RADA in London. She went on to receive her major in Drama at UC Irvine, and completed New York’s UCB program. While living in NY, she also began a career as an international fashion model living and working between New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Milan, Tokyo, Athens, and Canada — appearing in both American and international publications of Vogue, Elle, Glamour, Marie Claire, INSTYLE, Cosmopolitan, and Women’s Health. She is very excited to be making her feature debut in ONE LAST NIGHT and may also be seen on Marvel’s LEGION (Fx), the Dwayne Johnson project BRO SCIENCE LIFE, and as Juliette Lionne on DAYS OF OUR LIVES (NBC).
LUKE BRANDON FIELD
After getting a scholarship to study Film and Drama at UCLA, Luke swiftly booked his first lead in indie ‘Where The Road Meets The Sun’ opposite Eric Marius (Ugly Betty) of which he won the Best Actor Award at the Los Angeles Asian Film Festival in 2011.
Subsequently after graduating, Luke worked all over Europe notably on LotusEaters with Johny Flynn which premiered at the TriBeCa Film festival, English horror ‘Blackwood’ and comedy ‘Magic Boys’.
Since returning to the U.S., Luke booked the lead in American Poltergeist currently on Netflix. After which, Luke completed the Indie drama ‘Tim and Emily’ starring Thomas Mann and Zosia Mamet and played the lead antagonist in the thriller ‘All for Nikki’.
However Luke’s biggest role to date was in ‘Jojo Rabbit’ directed by Taika Waititi (Thor Ragnarok) alongside Scarlett Johansson, Sam Rockwell and Rebel Wilson. The film is being produced and distributed by Fox Searchlight due to be released October 17th 2019 and marks Luke’s ascendency to Studio films. As a result, Luke has just been named as one of Tatler Magazine’s rising actors for 2019 and appeared in the February 2019 edition of the publication.
Brian Baumgartner became a household name as Dunder Mifflin’s “slow dude” in Accounting, 'Kevin Malone,' on NBC's Emmy-winning series The Office. After its 9 year run, Brian continues to make regular appearances on fan favorite TV shows, including Life in Pieces, The Goldbergs, and Criminal Minds. After having arc on FX’s critically acclaimed drama, The Bridge last year, Brian returns for another arc in 2017 on Amazon’s Hand of God.
Baumgartner is one of the lucky ones who somehow broke into the entertainment industry only three months after moving to Hollywood. Between his LA arrival and landing the role of ‘Kevin,’ Brian appeared on Jake in Progress, Arrested Development and Everwood. His film credits include License to Wed, Four Christmases, Astronaut: The Last Push & the portrayal of a conflicted priest in Into Temptation opposite Kristen Chenoweth and Jeremy Sisto.
Baumgartner launched a production company, 3 Bees Entertainment, which is responsible for three consecutive years of NBC Sports Specials leading up to The American Century Championship. Brian does triple duty as Executive Producer, Creator and Host, pairing him with world famous athletes for lessons in physical, mental and emotion strength to help him compete more successfully in the aforementioned televised golf tournament. 3 Bees is also the creative machine behind a hit web series about professional turtle racing, in which Brian also starred alongside Jerome Bettis for CollegeHumor.com.
Alexandra Alrey "Ali" Cobrin is an American actress. She is best known for her role as Molly in the Showtime series Look, and as Kara in the 2012 film American Reunion.
Cobrin was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. She attended high school at the Chicago Academy for the Arts where she majored in musical theater.
Cobrin began her entertainment career as an improvisation player in the Second City's teen ensemble and danced with the Burklyn Ballet Theater touring Scotland, where she performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. During that same time, Cobrin had work-shopped Broadway musicals, including All That Jazz and Wonderland, which were directed by Ben Verreen and Frank Wildhorn, respectively. After graduating high school at the age of 17, Cobrin moved to Los Angeles, California to pursue an acting career.
Upon moving to Los Angeles, Cobrin had her first movie acting role in a 2008 short film entitled, One. That same year, she starred in another short film called, Jack Turner and the Reluctant Vampire, where it won two awards in the Los Angeles Accolade Competition. In 2009, Cobrin had a supporting role in The Hole, a 3D film directed by internationally renown sci-fi and comedy director Joe Dante. The film would win the first Premio Persol award for best 3-D movie at the 2009 Venice Film Festival. In 2010, Cobrin made her debut television appearance in Kings by Night, a comedy pilot for Spike TV, and Showtime's LOOK. Later that year, she had a lead actress role in the movie, Cold Cabin, and appeared opposite to rap superstar B.o.B in the Adidas Originals shoe campaign commercial, MEGA Diner. In 2011, she guest starred in the television series, Friends with Benefits. In 2012, Cobrin had a breakout supporting role in American Reunion, a sequel in American Pie film series. Her most current role is in Life's an Itch, which is still in post-production.
Kelly Stables is an American actress, comedian, and singer. She is known for her work in television comedy, including Two and a Half Men (2008-2010; CBS), Romantically Challenged (2010-2011; ABC), The Exes (2011-2015; TV Land), and No Tomorrow (2016; CW). She also Guest Starred on a number of shows including Mom, Baby Daddy, Greek, 'Til Death, Bones, Hung, Mad Love and Life. Her two most unrecognizable roles were as Rocky the Caveboy on Cavemen for ABC, and the Evil Samara in the DreamWorks film The Ring 2. Other notable film performances were Rachel in Horrible Bosses 2 (Warner Bros.), and a handful of made for TV Christmas movies that you haven’t seen, unless you have an 8 year old.
Also active in singing and voice-over work, Kelly is the voice of Joni the Showstoppin' Pony on Doc McStuffins, Saffron the horse on Sofia the First, Olivia Parker in Adventures in Odyssey, Will in W.I.T.C.H., and Athena in Tom & Jerry: The Lost Dragon, to which she was nominated for the BTVA Best Female Vocal Performance in a Theatrical short.