Leanne is a Canadian/American filmmaker, and former National Gymnast. Her past directing credits include; the multi-award winning “Candice & Peter’s Smokin’ Hot Date,” as well as the upcoming, “The Weight Of Perfection.” She trained at The Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre in NYC, and has written, produced, and starred in numerous films. She will appear next in the feature film “What If,” which she also wrote. Leanne is also developing a TV series starring NYC's own film icon Radioman, and Foxton, an episodic spin-off of her films.
Continuously cast as the sassy, outspoken tween in the films like “The Legend of Catclaws Mountain,” the short film “There Lies Another World,” and the webseries “Blank Pages,” she engages her audience on so many levels. Hayden has been acting since before she could read and has appeared in many national commercials, shows and short films. When she is not training or on set Hayden enjoys performing with her BC Dance Troupe, creating the latest DIY projects, playing video games, reading, and traveling with her family.
Perine is a veteran of over 25 years in Hollywood and had regular roles in the sitcoms "Between Brothers'" "The Parent 'Hood'" and "One on One," from seasons 1 to 4. He also just finished a successful run on Nickelodeon’s Knight Squad and has made appearances in numerous independent films like "Convincing Clooney" where he played the role of Disco. Currently in pre-production for the feature film "Downward Hiro," which he wrote and is starring in,Kelly has appeared in many television commercials, and has had roles on "21 Jump Street," "Seinfeld," "The Drew Carey Show," "Coach," "Mad About You," "Living Single," "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper," "Malcolm & Eddie," "The Steve Harvey Show," "The Hughleys," "How I Met Your Mother," "True Jackson, VP," "Austin & Ally " and "The Bernie Mac Show."
Anabelle is an award-winning actress, writer, director, singer, producer, as well as the C.E.O of production companies Blue Boots Entertainment and HAT productions with her husband Huntly Munro in LA. Anabelle has dedicated many years of her work to spreading awareness about eating Disorders and Addiction. her 3 Book Series "The Skeleton Key", focuses on sharing her powerful story of healing. Munro has an impressive body of work in film with festival winners "Bullies" (2018 Comic-Con winner for Best Fantasy Film and Best Film), "Bob Junior", written and directed by Student BAFTA and Student DGA winner Dilek Ince, "The Boy Who Cried Fish!", written and directed by political activist Daila Musaad, starring Breeda Wool, and "Gaijin: Fish Out of Water", written, directed by Anabelle and Huntly Munro, garnering numerous awards, Best Actress at the AOF 2016, Best Actress and best artistic production at the Port Hueneme Film Festival 2017, to name a few. Anabelle's feature film script "A Love Scene", was the winner of the Luis Mitchell Award at the Hollywood Dreamz Festival in 2018, and is in production with producing partner Suzette Troche Stapp. Anabelle is "The Queen of the AOF Festival" in Las Vegas, and has served as a judge, gala host, panel speaker, and keynote speaker at the AOF Women In Film Seminars. This year Anabelle proudly established the first season of her own Film Festival "Anabelle Munro's Most Important Films ", where she gives credit to filmmakers who dare to go beyond the usual boundaries of genre and market, i.e. filmmakers who impact the world with a message that serves society.
Wyatt Oleff is one of young Hollywood’s rising stars with two movie franchises on his resume. Wyatt is a member of the Marvel family as ‘Young Peter Quill’ (the young version of Chris Pratt’s beloved Marvel personality Star-Lord) appearing in both blockbuster films “Guardians Of The Galaxy” and “Guardians Of The Galaxy: Vol. 2,” and the box office record-breaking film series “IT” as ‘Stanley Uris’ in the adaptation of one of Stephen King’s most popular novels. Oleff brilliantly embodies the essence of Stanley, the thoughtful, play-by-the-rules member of the famed “Losers’ Club,” including all of his, now real life, best friends. Oleff is set to star alongside Sophia Lillis in I Am Not Okay With This, Netflix’s upcoming YA series from the creator/director of The End of The F***ing World and the producers of Stranger Things. Wyatt knew he wanted to be on film from a very young age. After his family moved from Chicago to California when he was seven, his parents finally allowed him to try acting, and since then, he has experienced great success. When he’s not working on camera, Wyatt enjoys directing and creating short films and skits. He finds inspiration from many genres and a wide range of actors and filmmakers, such as Richard Dreyfuss, James Cameron, Eddie Redmayne, Alex Hirsch, and Seth Green. He also enjoys playing the piano, gaming, drawing, and writing. Wyatt is honored to be working with the charity Teen Cancer America. This is the right fit for Wyatt because, as a teen, he understands that it’s tough to find your place.
Nurturing an impressive body of work that encompasses television, film, new media and music, Merit Leighton is quickly making a name for herself with buzz-worthy roles. The vibrant, multi-talented actress stars as "Hannah," Alexa and Katie's sweet though slightly absentminded friend on the Netflix Emmy nominated comedy"Alexa & Katie," created by "Hannah Montana" creator~ Heather Wordham. Merit voices "Frosta" on the Netflix hit animated show "She-ra and The Princesses Of Power" from Dreamworks, created by multi-award-winning writer Noelle Stevenson. Leighton is also known for voicing "Lucinda The Witch" on Disney's Emmy winning show "Sofia The First." Merit is an award-winning filmmaker herself with many accolades for the animated short "Planeman," currently on the festival circuit. As a professional singer she has sung back-up for - Halsey on the platinum single "New Americana," has two tracks on Disney's "Sofia The First Album" as Lucinda and performed the song for "Dishonored" with a 50 piece orchestra, on the "SPIKE Video Game Awards." In her downtime, Merit enjoys dancing, K-pop, Anime, video games and, watching old movies. She loves Japanese culture and is in her third year of studying Japanese. Leighton has a special place in her heart for charity work and is proud to serve as a Celebrity Youth Ambassador for "The Jonathon Foundation" for kids with special needs and learning disabilities.