REBECCA LARSEN (Abby Lombard)
Rebecca Larsen was raised in Murray, Utah and attended Weber State University as a pre-medicine student before transferring into the nationally recognized Actor Training Program at the University of Utah. Since relocating to Los Angeles In 2004, she has worked on Veronica Mars, House MD, and several short films; most notably playing Soviet Georgian refugee Elsa in director Rob Connolly’s Our Neck of the Woods, which premiered at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. In 2007, Rebecca won her first starring role in a feature film playing the coy and deadly Sophia in director Kiff Scholl’s hilarious 60’s spy spoof Scream of the Bikini, set to make its festival debut at the International Thrill Spy Festival this October in Washington DC.
JARET SACREY (Tommy Cohen)
Jaret grew up as a concession stand gypsy, living in tents with his family of three generations at North America’s great cultural events. Jaret has thrown himself on the stage since the age of five and attended the Claude Watson Jaret later studied at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City, where he was the proud recipient of the Hume Cronyn Scholarship Award. Now based in Los Angeles, he has appeared in commercials, independent films, television, and theatre. In 2005 Jaret starred in the West coast premiere of Tracy Letts’ Killer Joe, which earned him an Ovation Award.
HEATHER LEMIRE (Victoria)
A veteran in the bondage community, Heather Lemire, moonlights as a professional dominatrix in the underground world of Los Angeles. With a successful modeling background, Heather naturally transitioned into the acting world. After moving to Los Angeles, she found her footing in the theater arts, performing numbers of shows throughout Los Angeles. Additionally, Heather has starred in several horror films such as Vampire Centerfolds and Sorority House Vampires. Heather was able to contribute a tremendous amount to her character in Justify from her real life experiences.
ELIZABETH WEISBAUM (Faith Somersby)
With passions in photography, visual art, and the human condition, Elizabeth dropped out of high school and then snuck into psychology classes at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, where she grew up. After spending time in Montreal, New York, and Singapore she settled in Los Angeles where she began acting courses, thinking performance was the ultimate in self-expression. She’s starred and co-starred in dozens of plays, TV shows, Indie features, and commercials throughout the years. After taking a short break, years and experience later, she’s come back to a fascination with the entire process of creation and the desire to be a part of it all.
GARRETT NICHOLS (Wayne Harcourt)
Garrett came to acting late in life. Originally a singer-guitarist with no aspirations of acting, but feeling the need to strengthen his stage presence between songs, Garrett looked in on an acting class at HB Studios (Herbert Berghof-Uta Hagen) in New York and was hooked! Upon finding that he was working frequently in the off-Broadway scene there, he decided to come out to the West Coast to try his hand at film and TV work. Locally, he has appeared as Bradley in The Cocktail Hour and Henry (the Old Actor) in The Fantasticks. Recently, he has become involved in a number of Webisode projects. You can look for him in The Hustler on C-Spot and Hulu, and in Dominos. Justify marks his entry into the feature film arena.
BRENT WENDELL WILLIAMS (Robert Lombard)
At the age of 13 Brent was the youngest diver to thrill audiences off 3-meter high boards in the hotels of Miami Beach! He became the All State H.S. Champ and won a scholarship to Southern Illinois University in gymnastics/trampoline, where he won 6 individual medals. After traveling the USA, performing over 600 shows, Brent packed up the family & headed to Hollywood to pursue an Acting Career! Brent has studied with Milton Katselas, Jeff Corey, Lee Strasberg, and Stella Adler! He is a founding member of the unique Actor’s Film Company. Brent’s high energy, special skills & subtle charisma have brought life & excitement to a variety of television/film roles including over 300 National Commercials including 15 Clio winners! He co-starred this year as the famous Chess Master Robert Byrnes with Damiam Chapa in the Bobby Fisher Live movie for HBO.
JUDY WALLER (Dr. Chang)
Relatively new to the craft of acting, Judy Waller brings a lifetime of experience to the roles she plays. Judy is also an artist, wife and mother of two sons. She is Canadian by birth, and while she has lived and worked in New York and San Francisco, Judy loves living in Los Angeles. Having had a lot of theatre experience when she was younger, she truly loves the art of acting for film and continues to educate herself as much as possible.