Meet the Cast...
Nat Topping is a Los Angeles based actor, writer and sketch comedian. Originally from a suburb of Detroit, Nat lived in Chicago for nearly a decade. There, he studied at the Second City and was part of the comedy scene, co-founding the sketch groups Crassus and Robot vs Dinosaur and acting at the Annoyance Theater. He is a graduate of Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, where he earned a MFA in Screenwriting. He loves making people laugh and eating tacos, in that order.
Zakary Risinger was born in Los Angeles, CA to Heather and Karl Risinger. Most days he is an active 2nd grader jumping on his trampoline and riding bikes with friends. Other days he is working copy, schooling on set, or squeezing in auditions between after school and baseball practice. He landed his first role when he was 15 days old, and has never looked back. He receives acting coaching from Chris Game and is grateful for the agency that has supported him since day one, Rascals Talent Agency. Zak has recently been seen in co-star roles on CSI: Cyber, Grey's Anatomy and Westworld.
Eva Augustina Sinotte
Eva Augustina Sinotte is a Los Angeles based actor, originally born and raised along the coast of Carmel, CA. Living in LA for almost a decade, her work has transcended across mediums ranging from starring on Ugly Betty, to modeling in the 79th Academy Awards, to taking part in art installations, including Lita Albuquerque’s, An Elongated Now. Eva graduated from the California Institute of the Arts in 2014, acquiring a B.F.A. in Theatre. Out of a desire to act daily, she has created a new, year-long, art project - A Monologue A Day, in which she performs different monologues daily.
Darcey Rhoads is a Los Angeles based actress, writer, and sketch performer. Originally from Spring, Texas she graduated from the High School for Performing and Visual Arts in Houston with Honors in Music. She attended Baylor University briefly before hitting the road with several rock bands and her trusty French Horn. After finally admitting to herself that acting was her true passion, she sold everything that wouldn't fit in her car and moved to Los Angeles. She loves to make people laugh and tell stories that resonate with others.
Augie was a great dog who made the ultimate sacrifice for art. We don't want to spoil anything, but Pickle will be Augie's final performance on the screen. Born a rural sheep-herding dog in Illinois, Augie had big dreams for his small beginnings. After a falling out with his father, Augie made the move to the City of Angels and never looked back. After a brief stint on Matlock, Augie began a feature films career, appearing as Dog #7 in The Sandlot and doing several commercial voiceovers. In his most prominent role yet, Augie hopes to finally take home doggie-gold.