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In addition to Beneath, Chris Conroy’s film work includes Summit Entertainment’s Sorority Row, Peggy Rajski’s Two Night Stand and Sloan Copeland’s Wet Behind the Ears. He graduated from Point Park University with a BFA in Cinema and Digital Arts, concentrating in cinematography. After a stint of production work, he decided to move to New York to pursue working on the opposite side of the camera. His talents span acting, music, and photography.
Bonnie Dennison was born and raisedin New York City. In addition to guestappearances on NBC’s Law & Order, Law & Order: SVU, CBS’s NCIS and ABC’s Ugly Betty, Bonniewas a member of the cast of NBC’s ThirdWatch as well as CBS’s Guiding Light. Her film work has included Black Irish, Born Bad, as well as Stakeland, The Maid’s Room and Beneath. Off Broadway,Bonnie starred in David Rabe’s Hurleyburly and made her Broadwaydebut as Scarlett Johansson’s understudy in ArthurMiller’s A View From the Bridge.
Mark Margolis was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to a Jewish immigrant family from Europe. After graduating from Temple University, he moved to New York City, where he studied with Stella Adler at the Actors Studio.
On film, he is noted for supporting roles in Scarface, as well as the works of Darren Aronofsky (he’s appeared in Pi, The Wrestler, Black Swan, Requiem for a Dream and The Fountain – the latter of which had a role specifically written for him).
On television, Margolis has held recurring roles in a number of television shows such as The Equalizer, Quantum Leap, Santa Barbara, Oz, Law & Order, Crossing Jordan and Californication. He is widely recognized for his role as Hector “Tio” Salamanca on Breaking Bad, for which he received a Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series.
Griffin Newman starred in the Tribeca Film Festival hit Beware the Gonzo opposite Ezra Miller, in the short film Ladybug written by Jordana Spiro, in the independent film Samaritan opposite Thomas Jane, the Lionsgate feature Draft Day and is currently a correspondent for the MTV show, Nikki & Sara Live. Newman has had recurring roles on Political Animals, Blue Bloods, Big Lake (Comedy Central) and Gravity (Starz). Newman was also featured as "Seymour" in the NBC pilot The John Mulaney Show.
Jonny Orsini made his Broadway debut starring as ‘Ned’ in The Nance opposite Nathan Lane, a role that earned Jonny an Outer Critics Circle Award nomination. Jonny can be seen in the upcoming feature films Beneath, Generation Um..., and Girl Most Likely. Additional film credits include King Kelly, Rocksteady, and Cigarette Candy. (Best Short, South by Southwest/Outstanding Performance, Florida Film Festival). Jonny also appeared Off-Broadway in An Early History of Fire (at The New Group), Be a Good Little Widow (at Ars Nova), and Banished Children of Eve (at Irish Repertory Theatre).
A native of Charleston, South Carolina, Mackenzie Rosman's (nicknamed Mack) acting career started at the ripe old age of 5. She was cast as Ruthie Camden on the WB series 7th Heaven, a hit show that had an eleven-year run on the WB and the CW. Following the run of the series, Rosman landed a recurring role on the ABC Family series The Secret Life of the American Teenager. In addition to Beneath, Rosman can be seen in the independent films Nightcomer. She currently resides in Los Angeles, where she continues to follow her dual passions of acting and riding.
Daniel Zovatto’s credits include the independent feature film Innocence, an adaptation of Jane Mendelsohn’s bestselling teen novel directed by Hilary Brougher for Killer Films. Daniel played the role of "Hirsch," opposite Linus Roache, Perry Reeves, Sophie Curtis and Graham Phillips. Zovatto recently finished shooting Laggies, Lynn Shelton's latest film opposite Sam Rockwell, Chloe Grace Moretz and Keira Knightley. Additional roles include the upcoming Preppie Connection (from Joseph Castelo), opposite Bella Heathcoate.
Zovatto was born in Costa Rica and is fluent in Spanish. He currently resides in New York City.