Born across the pond and shuffled around the states. First auditioned for a show at the age of 17. Fell into a gaggle of stage productions to hone the craft. Appeared on IFC, Discovery Network, PBS and The Monte Carlo Stage with Frank Caliendo. Enjoyed a fun Youtube run with celebrity impressions including Christopher Walken's mom. Landed a 2 year deal with Turner broadcast creating whimsical videos. A number of other things including supporting roles in "Elf-Man" and "VHS2"
Nick Depinto as Luke
Nick DePinto is known mostly for his stage work and his facility with a wide range of vivid characters across many periods & styles. He is also a musician, songwriter & visual artist. He is currently based in Washington DC. Nick went to Wittenberg University where he studied Theatre, Education & Art and to Wayne State University where he studied Classical Acting. He has performed on two continents in three separate nations and toured the USA extensively earning a Wilde Award for his portrayal of Abe Steinman in The Kentucky Cycle. His ability to create characters of specific identity and memorable impact has kept him consistently in his peers' affections and fed him steady work as an Actor for stage, screen & voice over work. When not working Nick likes to write songs, play music with his bands, paint, take photographs & read.
Nadia Mohebban as Shifty
Introducing Nadia Mohebban as Shifty. Nadia attended the University of Maryland, graduating with a B.A. in Theater Performance where she received a four-year Creative and Performing Arts (CAPA) Full Scholarship for acting. Upon graduating she started her own feminist theater group “Pussy Rep” where she devised her own show That Kind Of Girl that premiered at The Fringe Festival. Her regional thea...ter credit includes Adventure Theater, Discover Theater, Faction of Fools, and Source Festival. Six months after graduating, she decided to move out to Los Angeles where she currently resides, to pursue T.V. and Film. She is known for her roles in That Big Day, and The Ex-Factor and her reoccurring work for Buzzfeed.