Erin Roth Director, Producer
Erin Roth is a neurotypical director, producer, writer and actor. As a director, she draws on her varied experience - including comedy improv and drama therapy. As a producer, her projects have been accepted at festivals both at home and abroad, including the Raindance International Film Festival in London, and most recently iTVFest.
Chris Holliday Executive Producer
Chris Holliday is a neurotypical producer, actor, and writer. As a producer, Chris draws on her product management and consulting experience in the corporate world, as well as her experience as an actor for the last decade. Her last short, The Handy man, was selected at iTVFest and NY Shorts International Film Festival.
David Bonderoff Writer, Producer, Noah
David Bonderoff is a neurotypical actor and writer based in Brooklyn, NY. He is known for his work with EPIC Players, a neurodiverse theatre company, and for his upcoming role in Syfy's "Happy!" David studied acting at the Stella Adler Studio and comedy at UCB.
Ben Dworken Associate Producer, Max
Ben Dworken is a neurodiverse actor living with autism in NYC. He’s originally from Connecticut and moved in the city almost 4 years ago to pursue a social life in the theater arts and to become an actor himself. He has appeared in many theater productions and films in the city and is currently working on more in addition to Older Brothers.
Nicholas Amodio Chip
Nick Amodio, is a neurodiverse actor and cartoonist from Queens, NY. He is a member of EPIC, an inclusive theater group. His credits include a Night of Too Many Stars hosted by Jon Stewart. He will attend Adelphi University’s BFA Theater program and is happy working with an inclusive community of thespians.
Kalen Rae Garnett Jennifer
Kalen Rae Garnett is a neurotypical actor. She was last seen in Tornadoland at Theatre 54, Le Blanc at The Pit Loft, and Mechanical at Dixon Place. Kalen studied acting at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, New Studio on Broadway. Love to Mom, Dad, Kels, and her cat, Petal.
Annette Hammond Marta
Annette Hammond is a neurotypical actor and teaching artist based in Brooklyn. She has acted on stage regionally and in NYC, helping to devise new work, as well as in numerous short films. She acts and teaches with Mile Square Theatre where she is helping to develop their early childhood education program.
Steve Johnson Gideon
Steve Johnson, neurotypical actor, was born in Philadelphia, PA. He began at the prestigious Freedom Theater where he caught the eye of director Walter Dallas, who cast him in Porgy and Bess (Philadelphia Metropolitan Opera). His credits include several Sundance featured films, Cost of a Soul and Who Ever Told You it Was OK to Dream?, and HBO’s original series The Deuce.
Tristan J. Shuler Franklin
Tristan J. Shuler is a Neurotypical actor, director, & playwright in NYC. Known for Off-Broadway's Spamilton: An American Parody and Cruel Intentions: The 90s Musical. Producer of #ANightofPlay playwrighting/board game party in Brooklyn. He is so excited to join The Older Brothers family! @TristanJShuler