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Paolo Andino (Jonathan Nielson)

A first generation Cuban American from Miami, Paolo is best known for the two seasons he worked as a regular cast member on Logo's BIG GAY SKETCH SHOW. Most recently, Paolo played 44 characters in the one man show SANTALAND DIARIES at The Blank Theatre. He also shot SWALLOW, a pilot about a lovable-narcissistic-genius-science-professor who fancies himself a rockstar at a Los Angeles Community College. He played the title character in the independent film CHOKING MAN, which played at the Tribeca Film Festival and The Sundance Channel, while SHUT UP & DO IT - another indie - received much praise at the New York Latino Film festival and a nomination from the American Latino TV Awards. Paolo has appeared on ARMY WIVES, LAW AND ORDER (mother ship & SVU), AS THE WORLD TURNS, GUIDING LIGHT, ALL MY CHILDREN, ONE LIFE TO LIVE & ED. He can be heard in the video game TRUE CRIME II and the audio book HEAT, which he narrated. His regional theatre credits include Richard Hannay in THE 39 STEPS, Palomo in ANNA IN THE TROPICS and Serge in The Old Globe’'s production of THE FOOD CHAIN. New York/Off Broadway; SUITE IN TWO KEYS, EARTHQUAKE CHICA at the NY Summer Play Festival, and HERMANAS at the NY International Fringe Festival. Paolo is currently featured in three national commercials, he holds an MFA in theatre from UMKC, and lives in Los Angeles with his dog Kai.

Joe Briggs (Nick Goff)

Joe Briggs is the artist formerly known as Joe Regelbrugge. He got tired of re-spelling it and re-saying it, so now, it's Briggs. Joe is proud to be part of this amazing cast, and to bring the beautiful writing of Chris Phillips to life once again, as he did in Chris' first piece, REVOLVER. Joe was also recently in the Ovation-considered LA RONDE DE LUNCH and THE CIRCLE OF WILL. Other previous credits include YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS, a recurring role on PASSIONS, the Indie film THE FALL GUY, and he will never forget his first job as a guest star on THE POWER RANGERS IN SPACE, where him and the Pink Ranger fell in love.

Jonathan Gibson (Rory Dennis)

Jonathan Gibson appeared in the West Coast premiere of Nicky Silver's RAISED IN CAPTIVITY, KC Davis' MARKED at A Contemporary Theatre in Seattle, and the New York premiere of Phoef Sutton's BURIAL CUSTOMS at New York University, where he received his BFA. He appeared in over six Shakespeare productions as an MFA student at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival. He was also an Actors Theatre of Louisville Acting Apprentice under Jon Jory.

Nina Millin (Mary Hamilton)

Nina Millin grew up in Arlington, Virginia and received a BA in Theatre from The College of William & Mary. After Colonial Williamsburg, Nina shipped off to New York City to study at Circle in the Square Theatre School. Once she got to Manhattan, she swore she would never live anywhere else again she lives in Los Angeles (she's yet to give up her '646' area code, though). Since moving to LA, Nina has appeared in numerous commercials and television shows, and once as a member of THE PRICE IS RIGHT audience. Nina is part of Mutineer Theatre Company (credits include: Elizabeth in Taylor Coffman's DITCH). She recently completed J.R. Hughto's film DIAMOND ON VINYL (with Brian McGuire and Sonja Kinski) as well as the short film GROOMS CAKE (with Rib Hillis, Chad Darnell, Peter Paige and Candis Cayne). She can most recently be seen in The Vacationeers HOLIDAY ROAD, which continues to make the festival rounds since its 2012 Slamdance Premiere.

Chris Salvatore (Shane Holloway)

Chris Salvatore grew up in Richboro, Pennsylvania, a small town outside Philadelphia. He started his career in entertainment as a singer/songwriter, and in 2005 he studied vocal performance at Berklee College of Music in Boston. His music has been featured on MTV and is available in online music stores including iTunes. Chris graduated from The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts in 2008, where he studied acting. He starred in the romantic comedy EATING OUT: ALL YOU CAN EAT, directed by Q. Allan Brocka, in 2009. Chris then went on to star in two more EATING OUT sequels that premiered on the Logo network, adding to the franchise.

Daniel Marks (Swing)

Daniel Marks came to Los Angeles four years ago from Indiana to pursue his dream of acting. He currently studies at the Beverly Hills Playhouse. In addition to Film & Television work, Daniel's theatre credits include CAMELOT and GYPSY. Having appeared in the 2010 workshop production of REVOLVER and the 2011 FringeNYC production of ELYSIAN FIELDS, Danny is honored to continue bringing Chris Phillips' work to life on the stage and to be a part of this talented cast.