CASEY PETERSON ("Tyler", writer, producer) has been working in the film industry since he was ten years old, appearing on sitcoms such as HAPPY DAYS and SILVER SPOONS as well as various films. After attending The University of Southern California's School of Theater, he won the role of Michael Landon's son in the CBS series US, Michael Landon's final television show. After a year and a half run as a auto mechanic on the Indy circuit, Casey returned to Hollywood and starred in SLEEP, a twisted feature that premiered at the 1999 New York Underground Film Festival.

GABRIELLE ANWAR ("Lu") first burst onto the scene in SCENT OF A WOMAN, tangoing across the screen with Al Pacino. Since then, she has starred in numerous studio and independent films, including THINGS TO DO IN DENVER WHEN YOU'RE DEAD and INNOCENT LIES.

RICHARD SPEIGHT, JR. ("Pete", co-director, co-producer) has appeared on numerous television shows, including JAG, E.R., and PARTY OF FIVE. He recently returned from London, where he co-starred in the HBO 10 part W.W.II miniseries BAND OF BROTHERS, produced by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks.

JENNIFER MILMORE ("Paige") starred in TO WONG FOO, THANKS FOR EVERYTHING, JULIE NEWMAR with Patrick Swayze, Wesley Snipes, and John Leguizamo. She followed that with two episodes on NBC's FRIENDS before landing her own series, playing the hilariously dim waitress "Carrie" on the NBC sitcom JESSE opposite Christina Applegate.

HOPWOOD DEPREE ("Ted") is no stranger to the independent film world. He wrote, directed and starred in the critical and cult favorite RHINOSKIN: THE MAKING OF A MOVIE STAR. Next, he wrote, directed, and starred the endearing romantic comedy THE LAST BIG ATTRACTION, which won the audience award for best feature and best screenplay at the 1999 Newport International Film Festival. He is currently writing, producing, and starring in DOUGH BOY, a series he created for Warner Brothers Television.

MICHAEL HAGERTY ("Steve") starred alongside Hopwood DePree in THE LAST BIG ATTRACTION, which he also produced. On television he has had recurring roles on NASH BRIDGES, BEVERLY HILLS, 90210, and the teen smash DAWSON'S CREEK.

THE UNINVITED (appearing as the band BINGE) Widely known as San Francisco's premiere Thunder Pop band, the Uninvited rose to national prominence in 1998 with their self-titled Atlantic Records release, featuring the radio hits "What God Said" and "Too High For The Supermarket." With 4 other independent CDs under their belt, the Uninvited tour constantly with a live show described by Billboard magazine as having "more energy than a buncha 16-year-olds in a Birmingham punk band." The Uninvited makes its big screen debut in North Beach.

Visit the Uninvited's website at www.uninvited.com