The Cast


Meet the Cast!

LA TRYCEE FOWLER- Writer/Producer

Role: Nori Abney


La Trycee Fowler, originally from Dale City, VA., graduated Cum Laude from Virginia Commonwealth University with a B.S. in Psychology and a concentration in Pre-Medicine. She then relocated to Hollywood, California and proceeded to "take Hollywood by Storm."


She has appeared in film, television, commercials, music videos, and webseries. She was a presenter for the 43rd NAACP Image Awards Pre-Show Telecast and is a former Los Angeles Kings Ice Crew Girl, and the former Spokesperson for the Tuskegee Airmen Scholarship Foundation.


She is an award winning Actress and Producer and continues to prove to


to be, "More than a Triple Threat!"


Role: Jay


Originally from Texas, Mark holds a BA in Theatre and has been in New York for over a decade, accruing numerous credits in both theater and film/TV. Recent theater credits include Atticus Julep in "Alligator Summer," Dale Harding in "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," and the Freddie Fillmore tracks in "It's A Wonderful Live: A Live Radio Play." In film, he can be seen in the upcoming release of "Wonderstruck," directed by Todd Haynes (Cannes Film Festival, Lincoln Center Centerpiece Selection for the 55th NY Film Festival). Past film credits include "Across Dot Ave," "They Say Fiasco," "The Keepsake Box," "Rebecca and the Fish" (Queens IFF) and numerous other independent feature films and shorts.


Role: Ray Clary, Jr.


Deshawn "Dee" found his love for acting at the age of 10 and hasn't looked back since. He earned his MFA in Acting from California Institute of the Arts (2015) and his BA in Theatre from The City College of New York (2012). Some of Dee’s productions include The Colored Museum which was under the guidance of the late James Avery better known as "Uncle Phil from the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air", To Protect The Poets at the NYC Fringe Festival 2016, A Burial Place, & The Last Days of Judas Iscariot. Growing as an artist is a task that he is fully committed to and he hopes to inspire others who dare to dream.


"Be not afraid of Greatness"

- William Shakespeare


Role: Mr. Abney


Kevin Craig West is an Award winning actor/filmmaker and proud member of SAG-AFTRA and AEA. When not on camera or stage, he enjoys producing, directing, writing and coaching. He also enjoys sharing his talents as a teacher/artist and has worked with many Arts in Education groups including Theatre for a New Audience, Only Make Believe, and Symphony Space. Kevin is the owner of the production company, MoBetta Films, an advisory board member of WAM Theatre as well as Lake Placid Film Forum, former President of Upstate Independents and has served as Assistant Director of Film Columbia Festival.


Time spent in front of the still photographers' lens includes Kevin as the illustrated father of the American Girl, "Addy" doll, book series. For his recently distributed and highly controversially titled, short film, I HATE BEING BLACK; he won the Audience Choice Award at Culver City Film Festival and The Opinion Matters Award at Bad Theatre Fest.

Visit him on social media @KevinCraigWest

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