Anthony originated the role of "Mark" in the original Broadway production of RENT, and went on to star in the motion picture version. He has had roles in the feature films Adventures in Babysitting, School Ties, Dazed & Confused, Twister, Road Trip, and A Beautiful Mind. He is also a published author and songwriter.
Max recently starred in Revolutionary Road opposite Leonardo DiCaprio & Leatherheads directed by George Clooney. Feature films include Ed Wood, Newsies, Sgt. Bilko, and Analyze This. He starred as "Benny Fazio" on HBO's The Sopranos. An accomplished Broadway Theatre actor, he has starred in The Music Man and was in the original cast of The Lion King.
Recently out of NYU and CCM, Chance has performed onstage at New York Theatre Workshop, SOHO Rep, MCC Theater, LAByrinth and Ensemble Studio Theatre. He has starred in the short films Coney Island and The Trust. He was one of the youngest members of The Producers Guild of America. Scaring the Fish, which he also produced, is his feature-length debut. He will star in the upcoming feature SOMETIMES alongside Chrishell Stause.
Right out of Murray State University, Chrishell landed the starring role as the ever popular “Amanda Dillon” on All My Children. She has appeared on The View, Rachael Ray and on Broadway in Broadway Cares Equity Fight Aids. She will star in the upcoming feature SOMETIMES alongside Chance Pinnell.
Mia starred in and produced the award winning feature Red Doors (Best Narrative Feature Tribeca Film Festival). She has starred at such acclaimed theaters as Geffen Playhouse, American Repertory Theater at Harvard and Carnegie Hall. Mia attended Harvard University, where she performed in a number of productions and graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Cum Laude after only six semesters. She was flown to the White House to be honored by Bill Clinton as a Presidential Scholar.
Todd’s first long-form film Gahanna Bill – A Documentary, is currently in distribution with Program Development Associates and has received awards at the 2002 Intercom-Chicago International Film Festival and 2002 Worldfrest-Houston Film Festival. He has written or directed more than a dozen short films and is one of the founding members of Headball Films, LLC. Scaring The Fish is his feature-length directorial debut.
Ben is currently developing a series for FOX Television and has just completed the screenplay Repo Code for Working Pictures. He is a member of the Circle Rep Playwrights Lab, Cape Cod Theater Project and Rattlestick. His full-length play, Bliss, was recently optioned by Cheyenne Enterprises. He author of eight full-length plays and several one-acts. Scaring The Fish is his feature debut.
A lifelong musician, Matt toured the country for almost a decade before founding his custom music company, Studio 651 Ltd. He has composed music for several films including the documentary Beauty of the Fight, an official selection at 22 international film festivals in 2009. He has created music for Abercrombie & Fitch, Hollister Co., Gilly Hicks, the JDRF, Headball Films (Scaring the Fish's score and trailer, and additional music for The Trust), and director John Urbano. He also created the trailer music for Chance Pinnell's film Sometimes.