Cast/Crew

CAST

 

Michael Nathanson – Producer/Writer/”Rob”

Rob

Michael can currently be seen as ‘Dr. Levi Zinberg’ on the HBO/Cinemax series ‘The Knick’, directed and produced by Steven Soderbergh which will begin production on Season 2 this winter. Michael’s film credits include: Side Effects (Directed by Steven Soderbergh, starring Jude Law and Rooney Mara); The Wolf of Wall Street (Directed by Martin Scorsese); Time Freak (Oscar Nomination, Best Live-Action Short 2012); Young Adult (dir. Jason Reitman); The Happy Sad (dir. Rodney Evans). He recently co-produced/co-wrote and starred in Tribute, a short film currently making the rounds at film festivals across the country (www.tributeshortfilm.com). TV credits include: ‘The Good Wife,’ ‘30 Rock,’ ‘Rescue Me,’ ‘Elementary,’ ‘Law & Order,’ ‘Onion News Network,’ ‘Orange is the New Black’ and ‘Life with Kids,’ a CBS pilot with Debra Messing and Paul Adelstein. In Spring 2015, he will begin filming alongside Emily Watson, Allison Pill, Fiona Shaw and Brian F. O’Byrne in Eric Daniel Metzgar’s new film ‘The Assembly of Gasping Fish’.

Michael has also done a bunch of national commercials and worked with a lot of New York and regional theaters, most recently at the re-opened Bucks County Playhouse in the revival of ‘Chapter Two’ by Neil Simon, directed by Marsha Mason, under the production team of Robyn Goodman and Alex Fraser Other theaters include: Lincoln Center, Hangar Theatre, Yale Rep, Two River Theater, The Ivoryton Playhouse, New Jersey Rep, and the John Drew Theatre at Guild Hall. He also performed in the national tour of ‘The Lion King,’ where he played Ed the Hyena, Timon, & Zazu.

Michael is represented by Lillian LaSalle/Sweet 180 Management and Innovative Artists.

www.michaelnathanson.net

Liza Weil – “Elise”

Rob and Elise

An actress since the age of 7, Liza Weil made her feature film debut in Whatever which premiered at the 1998 Sundance Film Festival. Other films include Lasse Hallstrom’s Cider House Rules, Stir of Echos alongside Kevin Bacon, Year of the Dog with John C. Reilly and Laura Dern, Frenemy with Matthew Modine and Zach Galifianakis, and the motion capture feature film Mars. In television, Liza is most widely recognized for her series regular role as Paris Geller on The Gilmore Girls. Her guest starring credits include The West Wing, Grey’s Anatomy, ER, In Plain Sight, Law & Order, Eleventh Hour, CSI, and Private Practice. Most recently, Liza has recurred on Scandal and Bunheads, and stars in the ABC pilot How To Get Away With Murder from Peter Nowalk and Shonda Rhimes.

Brian Michael Jones – “Sandy”

Sandy

A prolific television and theatre actor, Brian’s most recent TV appearance was guest starring as Richard in Raising Hope. His past TV/Film credits include Castle, Wilfred, Community, NCIS: LA, Bones, Finding Amanda, Crazy, American Carol, Desperate Housewives, Las Vegas, and Jim Henson’s Unstable Fables. Other work with the Jim Henson Company includes the improvised puppet show Stuffed and Unstrung and the film Muppets Most Wanted. Other theatre credits include Frodo in Fellowship! The Musical as well as being a company member of the acclaimed Impro Theatre. He’s also performed improv in ComedySportz main company, and guest performed with The Groundlings.

Audrey Lynn Weston – “Diane”

Diane

Audrey Lynn Weston recently shot “The Family Fang,” opposite Nicole Kidman, directed by Jason Bateman. This fall, she will guest star on CBS’ Elementary opposite Jonny Lee Miller. Audrey created the role of stoner-chick, “Katherine,” in Alex Timbers and Michael Friedman’s musical adaptation of Love’s Labour’s Lost, at Shakespeare in the Park. Her film and television credits include Not Fade Away, The Haunted Secret, The Five Stages of Grief, Henry’s Crime, The Private Lives of Pippa Lee, Fools’ Errand, The Girl From Monday and a gibberish speaking barista on the first season of Louie. Off-Broadway, Audrey created the role of “Debbi” in Old Jews Telling Jokes. Other Off-Broadway credits include Alphabetical Order, U.S. Drag, Rag and Bone, Widows, REARVIEWMIRROR, Johnny Applef?%ker, and Bloody Mary (New York Innovative Theatre Award nomination). Audrey graduated cum laude from Barnard College, Columbia University.

Joanne Baron“Sheila Spicer”

Phillip Brock “Jim Spicer”

James Ball “Doug Spicer”

David Tenenbaum “Chet the Tambourine Man”

Martin Rayner “Dr. Fitzhume”

Rebecca Spicher “Emily Jenks”

Andrew Bowler “Clown”

Grady Lee Richmond “Cowboy”

Katie Parker “Katie”

Darby Bricker “Juice Nutz Customer”

Jessica Varley “Juice Nutz Customer”

CREW

John Salcido – director/writer/producer

John Salcido began his filmmaking career at 17 years old, as a freshman at Stanford University. While completing his degree in English with an emphasis in Creative Writing, he made several films with his now long-time producing partner, Neil Evans. This began, shortly following John’s earning of an MFA in Film Production from the University of Southern California’s School of Cinema-Television, the production entity that would eventually become B-Side Pictures. Under this banner, Salcido has directed several short films that have found success on the film festival circuit, including “Cataplexy,” a microbudget comedy that took down festival giants en route to winning nearly twenty awards at over seventy festivals across the world. In addition to his film projects, Salcido enjoys a career producing and writing for cable and network television, most notably on three Emmy-winning series, including the long-running CBS hit “Undercover Boss.”

Neil Evans – producer/editor

Neil Evans received a BA in Studio Art from Yale University, although he has not made a sculpture or painting since. After moving to Los Angeles to work as a film editor, he quickly realized that not every storytelling problem could be solved in postproduction – the project had to be put together properly from the beginning. Thus, the addition of “producer” to his list of credits. He has spent his career as a filmmaker moving between the studio system and the independent world. While working in development at Universal Pictures, he was honored to work with filmmakers like Doug Liman, the Weitz Brothers, Shawn Levy and Clark Gregg. He has since returned to his independent roots, founding B-Side Pictures with John Salcido and focusing on editing and producing indie short and feature projects. Beyond B-Side Pictures’ projects, Neil helped edit the Telluride and LA Film Festival-screened short “Caterwaul” and has produced and edited several Funny or Die projects with Oscar-nominated writer/director Andrew Bowler (“Time Freak”).

Lillian LaSalle – producer

Lillian LaSalle is the President of Sweet 180, a talent management and production company that specializes in the representation of actors, as well as writers/directors and composers. Often in close collaboration with her clients, LaSalle has been integral in creating, packaging and producing multiple feature films. Also noteworthy, in 2012, LaSalle’s embarked on her first venture in television with a high profile sale to the CBS network.

Producer Credits include: TODAY’S SPECIAL, starring Aasif Mandvi (The Daily Show), LOGGERHEADS (Sundance Competition Feature) and SWEET LAND (Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature for writer/director client, Ali Selim). Executive Producer credits include: JUST LIKE THE SON, FIND LOVE, HEAVY PETTING, and MENTOR. LaSalle’s Co-Producer credits include: SOUTHERN BELLES, and AMERICAN CANNIBAL: THE ROAD TO REALITY, (Tribeca Film Festival, 2006).

Producer, and in development: MADCAP: THE HALF-LIFE OF SYD BARRETT, about the life of the legendary front man for Pink Floyd, currently in development as a feature film. She is also in production on her directorial debut, a documentary, “My Name is Pedro” about maverick educator PEDRO SANTANA.

Joe Campolo and Joe Zepf – executive producers

Joe Campolo is the managing partner of a Long Island law firm, a full-service firm that represents clients ranging from individuals to global companies in a wide variety of legal matters, and Joe Zepf is general counsel to a global party supply company. Though both are long time film enthusiasts, “Tribute” is their first venture into the world of film production. Joe Campolo’s involvement on the Board of Advisors for the Stony Brook University Staller Center for the Arts has introduced him to many talented filmmakers. Similarily, Joe Zepf’s introduction to Joe Campolo has introduced him to many talented filmmakers.

Co-Producer
John Conor Brooke

Unit Production Manager
Kim Noonan

1st Assistant Director
Ashley Wright

2nd Assistant Director
Shelly Gillette

Script Supervisor
Andrew Bowler

Associate Producer
Kathryn Schwartz

Director Of Photography
Johnny Derango

Production Designer
Paula Loos

Original Score by
Ted Masur

Costume Designer
Matthew Peridis

Casting by
Lois J. Drabkin

1st Assistant Cameras
Colby Festner
Vanessa Joy Smith
Julio Salcedo

Gaffer
Jeff Samuelson

Key Grip
Jesse Arnold

Swing Grips
Raphe Wolfgang
Jorge Luis Urbina

“B” Camera Operator
Ryan Heraly

2nd Assistant Camera
Kristophere Karam

Production Sound Recording
Ryan Canestro

Key Hair/Makeup
Tina Cohen
Mayera Abeita

Hair/Makeup Assistants
Alicia Mizrahi Siller
Michelle Sfarzo

Art Director
Kerri Parker

Set Decorator
Sammi Wallschlaeger

Sculptor/Storyboards
Gabe Crate

Graphic Designer
Nick Ferrell

Art Department P.A.
Deren Gilly

Assistant To Lillian Lasalle
Rachel Maran

Set Production Assistants
Christian Bidegain
Nathaniel France

Colorist
Pat Fitzgerald

Digital Effects Artists
Chris Tomkins
Bill McGuire

Digital Effects Coordinator
Marisa Brown

Post Production Sound By
Cabin 21 Sound

Sound Supervisor
Russ Dewolf

Dialogue Editor
Chris Bragg

Sound Design
Chris Bills

Sound Fx Editors
Chris Bills
Travis Michaud

Re Recording Mixer
Chris Bragg

Assistant Sound Editor
Nick Joyce

Foley By
Quality Sound Works

Supervising Foley Artist
Zane Bruce

Foley Mixer
Lyndsey Schenk

Foley Artists
Shane Bruce
Jeff Gunn

Score Recordist
Paul Tavenner

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