Dead Men Have No Voice

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JAY ANTONOS (Byron Meade) Jay is a commercial actor appearing in several TV and radio spots. He recently finished on his first major film called “False Colors” to be released later this year. Stages of Gray Theatre Company gives Jay the opportunity to return to his first love, theatre and working with this creative, dedicated and professional cast and crew. “It took us about ten minutes to formulate a cohesive bond, really.” Originally from Cleveland, OH, Jay has been living in the southland for the past 30 years and has spent most of that time on the creative and technical side of television. Please support the local arts and enjoy the show…
BOBBY DEAN (Joshua Townsend) Bobby Dean is a recent graduate of California State University Northridge, having earned a B.A. Degree in Theatre (the most useful degree of them all!). His most notable performances have included a lead role in Shakespeare's "Comedy of Errors" and as the lead Princeton in the comedy hit musical "Avenue Q". Bobby has also performed with the Independent Shakespeare Company of Los Angeles, and has worked on many short films hosted by the New York Film Academy and University of Southern California. Bobby has recently been casted for the pilot episode of a new kids show called "What’s Poppin", a spin on Saturday Night Live with a focus on a teen audience. In addition to working on this trilogy's first installment, "The Lake House Project", Bobby is also a part of the Actor's Coalition Network, a company of actors whose sole purpose is to help each other conquer and succeed in this business we call Hollywood. Bobby is thrilled to be a part of "Dead Men Have No Voice", and can’t wait to get started on the trilogy's last installment "Mandrake's End".
MATTHEW DOMENICO (Christopher Devlin) Matthew Domenico is very excited to be making his stage debut with the Stages of Gray Theatre Company at the famed Hudson Theater. Matthew has performed at many theaters throughout Orange County as well as programming in correlation with OC Centric and Pandora’s Box Productions. He is a resident member of the Underground Theater in Los Angeles and is currently studying Theater Arts at Golden West College. Matthew will be leaving his roots here in Southern California for New York City this coming June to study with John Pallotta at his acting conservatory, and attending Marymount Manhattan College where he will further his theatrical studies while pursuing a B.F.A. in Acting. He would like to thank the cast and crew of Dead Men Have No Voice for making this production a truly memorable experience. Some past notable performances include: 12 Angry Men, Twilight Zone, Aftermath, and the world premiere of Herman Melville’s: Moby Dick.
DAVID HUMPHREYS (Harry Mandrake) Originally from Long Island, NY, David spent his high school years in Tucson, AZ where his modeling and acting career began. After graduating from the University of Arizona (Go Cats!), he continued to move west to San Diego, then Los Angeles where he has lived ever since. Acting has been a part of David's life for over 20 years, dating back to roles in the Wonder Years and Against the Grain television series and recently in the HBO series, Luck. His credits include 15 feature and short films and a number of TV commercials. David is honored to have a leading role in a short film that has won awards and special recognition in 3 different film festivals. Holding 2 Bachelor's Degrees, David is also a published photographer and has a passion for traveling. His journey has taken him to 38 countries and counting... He looks forward to his next adventure, a mission trip to Nicaragua this summer. David is happily married and has a beautiful young son whom he is excited to introduce him to many of the world's cultures. It is thrilling to be a part of Dead Men Have No Voice and Mandrakes End and David would like to thank Randall Gray and his team for the opportunity. He is excited to see what the future holds for Stages of Gray Theater Company.
RACHEL KOTIN (Rebecca Devlin) Rachel Kotin (pronounced Coat-ien) was born and raised in Israel, and is fluent in both Hebrew and Russian. An Israeli Army Veteran, Rachel finished her commitment to the military, then chose to follow a life-long passion, and jumped on a plane bound for America. For the last year and a half, Rachel has been diligently pursuing a career in the performing arts industry, and now makes her debut with the Stages of Gray Theatre Company as the leading lady in Dead Men Have No Voice. A recent graduate of NYFA, Rachel is striving to be the best triple threat performer that she can be. With acting, singing, and dancing as her focus, the stage is the perfect location for Rachel, and though film is something she is pursing for her future, she is thrilled to be on the stage with such an amazing cast. Rachel would like to thank her amazing family, her teacher Suzanne Kent who never gave up on her, Randall Gray for giving her this amazing opportunity, everyone at the Stages of Gray Theatre Company, and this wonderful cast, which has become a family to her, who had to put up with all her craziness, a process which will continue as Rachel will revive this role in the next Stages of Gray Theatre Company Production of Mandrake’s End, Opening April 19, 2014. On with the show!
BREANNA MCKINLEY (Rebecca Devlin) Breanna McKinley is a recent graduate of University of California Los Angeles. She most recently performed in the Shakespeare Society's Evening of Shakespeare as a modern day Ophelia from "Hamlet". She's excited and thankful to be making her professional theatre debut in Los Angeles with Stages of Gray as Becky. Some of Breanna's favorite performances have included playing Courtney in Young Actors Theater's "John Lennon and Me" and in film playing Jessica Chase in Demi Arnold's "Rebirth". Breanna would like to thank everyone involved in the production of "Dead Men Have No Voice" and as always, to thank her friends and family for their constant love and support.
DASH PORTER (Joshua Townsend) Dash is ecstatic to be doing his first show with Stages of Gray, and is happy to be involved with an amazing group of talented people. Dash has been acting since the 5th grade and this will be his 14th production in his career. Recently, he landed his first film role in an Indie film titled “In Da Cut,” and last year portrayed the leading man in “Six Characters In Search Of An Author” at El Camino College. He would like to thank his director and friend Randall for letting him be part of this great production. He wants to give a shout out to his family and friends for loving and supporting him. He hopes you all enjoy the performance.
ROBERT SHERRY (Christopher Devlin) Robert was born in Herborn, Hessen, Germany and is fluent in German. He is a military brat and a US Army Veteran himself. In his free time Robert likes to keep fit, travel and spend time with family, especially his beautiful wife Jenny, and their new puppy Lucy. This is Robert’s fourth theatrical performance at the Stages of Gray Theatre Company, having originated the role of Joshua Townsend in The Lake House Project world premiere in Pasadena, and then Christopher Devlin in the Hollywood Premiere of the same show. Robert is a proud member of the Actor’s Coalition Network of Los Angeles, and is heavily involved with the upcoming 11:59:59 New Media Motion Pictures production of “Who Among Us”. Now serving as a board member of the company, Robert would like to thank Randall Gray and the rest of the Stages of Gray Theatre Company team for this amazing opportunity.
MARK YOUNGS (Harry Mandrake) Dead Men Have No Voice launches Mark’s Stages of Gray debut. Last season he appeared in Lily Dale, at the West Valley Playhouse, ending a 16-year absence from the stage. Prior to that he was seen in Wild Dust at the Granada Hills Theatre. Mark hails from Grand Rapids, MI, home to arguably one of the finest Community Theatre communities in the country, having appeared in Fool for Love, Lonestar, Orphans, Deathtrap, and Wait Until Dark, among others. While enjoying his return to the stage, and pursuing acting roles, Mark is a project manager in the Themed Entertainment sector of the industry.
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