HARRY – Matt DeNoto (wri/prod/dir) writes comedy. He was a semi-finalist in the inaugural NBC Playground sitcom contest and his play Hemophelia’s House of Horrors was honorably mentioned on Bitter Lemons’ list of the top rated Los Angeles theater of 2013. He previously wrote and performed with critically acclaimed sketch comedy troupe Dynamite Kablammo before co-founding Furious Molecules. He is currently pitching his new BDSM sitcom Master & Slave & Claire.
GINNY – Aryiel Hartman is an actor, singer, and model working all over the U.S. She has appeared in numerous national commercials including Dodge, TV Guide, Gevalia Coffee, ESPN, and most recently as a Christmas mom full of holiday cheer for Scentscicles. She appeared as the title character in Rogue Artists Ensemble’s production of Songs Of Bilitis at the Booteg Theater earlier this year, reprising the same role she originated at the Getty Villa just one year prior. She’s also the artistic director of the glamorous Prism Dance Company, showcasing fire, aerial, acrobatic and burlesque performers and has toured around the US with various shows singing, dancing, and hosting.
HERMIONE – Dana DeRuyck (prod/fx makeup) is an actor of the stage and various small screens. Recent LA theatre credits include The Merry Wives Of Windsor (The Porters of Hellsgate), The Magic Bullet Theory (Sacred Fools), and Attack Of The Rotting Corpses (Zombie Joe’s Underground). Additionally, she’s appeared on Nickelodeon’s iCarly, in the short film Perv: The Cat, and in the critically-acclaimed sketch group Dynamite Kablammo.
RON – Tucker Matthews started studying theatre at age 14, and over the next 6 years appeared in more than 30 productions across the county. He began his collegiate scholarship at Mira Costa College before transferring to The Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts (PCPA). After a stint in the San Francisco Bay Area, he moved to North Hollywood where he is continuing his fruitful career as an accomplished artist.
STRETCH – Marti Matulis (DP/color correction)
SQUAT – Jonica Patella
MALFOY – Kate O’Toole is a Los Angeles-based actor and copywriter with experience in commercials, voice over, independent film, and professional theatre. Favorite roles include Rachel in Reckless, Cinderella in Into The Woods, Lainie in Two Rooms, and Ashie in Deity Clutch. She is also a resident artist, and frequently performs with, the classical theatre company The Porters of Hellsgate.
ANDREW – Andrew Graves moved to Los Angeles from the UK in 1996. TV work includes: Undercovers (NBC), General Hospital (ABC), Talkshow With Spike Feresten (FOX), True Caribbean Pirates (History Channel), and Seconds From Disaster – Titanic (National Geographic). Film: Team Extreme (Fuel TV), Table For Three (Starz), and the Bollywood movie, I Am Singh. LA theatre work includes The Crucible, WAR and The Field (Theatre Banshee), Present Laughter (Edgemar Center Theatre), The Author’s Thumb (Theatre Unlimited), Bedroom Farce and Henry V (Pasadena Shakespeare Company). He is also the host for the new Princess Cruises on-board safety video.
NEWT – Patrick J. Saxon
MODEL – Amelia Gotham is a LA based actor and photographer.
JUMPER – R. Benito Cardenas
HETTIE – Maria Olsen is probably best known for her work in Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief. Maria is also one half of MOnsterworks66, a film production company.
MINISTRY WORKER – Karen Frost
WACKY WALLY/CAMPER #2/STEPHEN FRY – Bob Quinn (prod/DP) graduated from the University of California with a degree in Screenwriting. He is the co-creator and co-writer of popular zombie webseries Bite Me.
CAMPER #1 – Sara Spink is a versatile performer currently studying voice, stage combat and circus. She recently wrapped filming a short zombie film. Next she’ll begin work on a sci-fi horror feature as well as a musical theatre benefit concert, which will run in July 2012.
DEATH EATER – Adam Neubauer (PA) writes, directs and produces plays and films.
DEATH EATER – Patti Donze has a long history of interest in the arts, and Harry Potter And The Ten Years Later is the first of what she hopes to be many on-screen appearances. She currently lives in Los Angeles and lectures in the Sociology Department at California State University, Dominguez Hills, and has recently started a custom clothing line.
Steven Winnat (production sound) is a hobbyist sound recordist, focusing on historic and modern race cars. Steven uses a Fostex FR-2LE and Rode microphones.
Shino Kakuta (fx makeup) graduated from the Joe Blasco Makeup School in Hollywood in 2011, and went on to win first place at the International Makeup Artist Trade Show Student Competition (character/prosthetic) in New York City in April of 2012. She is currently interning at B2FX, where she works on season 2 of the NBC show Grimm.
Phil Broste (production sound)
Elizabeth Marriner (production sound)
Mark Nager (PA) is an actor, magician, writer and self-styled long-shot. Mark’s love for the arts runs deep.