Molly Way (ROSE) is an actress working and living in New York City. Originally from Memphis, TN, she moved to the city to attend the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Molly graduated from the two-year Studio Program in February 2011. She has appeared on stage in “The Crucible” as Abigail Williams, directed by Dr. Roxana Stewart, “Money” as Carolyn Bryant, directed by Gary Gabriel, and in “Scenes from the Staten Island Ferry,” with the Sundog Theatre Co. Molly has also acted on screen in the short films “Together” as Natalie, directed by Daniela Valdivieso, and “Shampoo and Death” as Cecily, directed by Harley DiNardo. Molly would like to mention that she is thrilled and honored to be a part of “Camp Belvidere“.
Astrid Ovalles (GIN) is a film actor and director in New York City. She recently studied acting at the T. Schreiber Studio & Theater as well as Straeon Filmworks with Jock Macdonald. Some of her recent roles include Vanessa in the feature-length independent film “Vignettes” directed by Joseph Latimore, and a role in the TV pilot “The Wino Crossing” directed by Thomas DeGrezia. She recently participated in the 48-hour Film Project, in which she was a writer, producer, and played the role of Jane in “Many a Moon”
Stacee Mandeville (MS. TURNER) was clasically trained in theatre at NYC/TSOA. Stacee wears many hats and is an actor, director, teaching artist, print model, jazz vocalist and entrepreneur. Presently, Stacee is playing the role of Jeanette in “The Glory of Living” by Rebecca Gilman, opening August 1st, 2013 at The Access Theater. Recently, she played Agent Smith in the multiple-award winning 48-hour Film Project piece “Once a Loser,” and the role of Kelly in the independent TV pilot “The Spirit Seeker.” As a teaching artist, Stacee works with multiple programs in NYC, teaching children’s theater and ballroom dance. In addition, Stacee has been a corporate coach for over 13 years, teaching public speaking, executive presence, and accent reduction globally. She has started her own company in this endeavor called Red Leaf Coaching.
Spencer Rhys Hughes (BOBBY) was born in Rochester, NY which is an awesome place in the Barbarian North. Leaving his native land behind, he voyaged to New York City to build a resume in the professional acting world. In his spare time, he enjoys ravaging the countryside, working out, and writing. On top of being a full-time superhero and actor he is also a part-time personal trainer, for those of you out there with an interest in developing superhuman strength.