Noah Holcomb has been cast in various roles, including the role of Chris Justice, for the reading of the “Trick of the Light” script. The script was chosen for inclusion in the “Green Screen Program – Film & TV Showcase” portion of the prestigious Sci-Fest LA.
“He came from Alabama with a ukulele on his knee…” Noah Holcomb has been performing for as long as he can remember. Most recently, he performed as the lead Lyle Watkins in the play Tucumcari, here in Los Angeles.
He’s also appeared in several national commercials including, Nissan, Gazelle, and Petsmart.
When not on the main stages of the Comedy Store, Flappers Comedy Club, or Malo Cantina, Noah can also be seen performing around town with his two improv teams, Some Kinda Monster, and Rando. He has appeared in such films as “Awakened,” “In the Shadows of Hell,” and “Titanium Chef,” as well as on award-winning webseries “Average Joe, Bryan & Johnnie,” and premiering this May, “The Naked Truth.”
When’s he not on the stage, Noah usually spends his time beatboxing, singing with his ukulele, and illustrating.
Noah received his BA in Acting from the Univ. of Alabama in Birmingham.
Hugo García kicked off his acting career by impressing theatre audiences in Miami, where he left a lasting impression on audiences and critics, sealing his place in the Latin theatre scene.
Hugo successfully made the transition from theater into film and television. He was cast as one of the lead characters in “Estamos Unidos,” the first comedy sitcom produced by Univision. He has also participated in sitcoms, drama series, soap operas, and variety shows aired on Univision and Telemudo, and has appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on ABC.
In 2005 two of his films, a comedy and a drama, premiered at the Chicago Latino Film Festival to positive reviews. His latest film, “A Day’s Work,” won several awards on the film festival circuit both in the U.S. and internationally. “A Day’s Work” has also been honored with the 2008 Student Academy Award for Narrative Filmmaking. His work in theatre, television, and film has helped establish a reputation for having a natural talent for his craft.
Jenna Amundson has been cast in various roles, including Carlotta and Diana, for the reading of the “Trick of the Light” script. The script was chosen for inclusion in the “Green Screen Program – Film & TV Showcase” portion of the prestigious Sci-Fest LA.
Jenna hails from Winona, Minnesota, “where the Mississippi is wide and the people are friendly.” She is the youngest of two girls born to Dan and Diane Amundson. Jenna became enraptured with reading and all facets of story-making at an early age and has been chasing good stories her entire life.
Graduating in 2015 with a BA in creative writing from the University of Eau Claire, she soon moved to LA to bring words to life on screen. If she could give advice to fellow story seekers it would be this: put yourself in the way of beauty.
Thoughts on the script: I’m very excited and honored to be a part of such a brave and unique story that “brings to light” questions we all grapple with in the dark when no one is listening…