Nicholas Tucci, “JP Smith”

Nicholas Tucci was born and raised in Middletown, CT. He graduated from Middletown High School before attending Yale University, where he received a BA in Theater and was a member of the sketch comedy group Suite 13. He has acted in numerous theatrical productions across the country, including multiple original works and many by William Shakespeare.

He has also written several screenplays, both adapted and original, and all mainly rooted in the horror genre. A rabid, lifelong Stephen King fan, he owns a well-mannered Maine Coon cat named Church (after his favorite novel). Church is alive and well and lives in Middletown, albeit by a busy road.

justin andrew davis, “alex”

Justin Andrew Davis is an actor, writer, and filmmaker based in New York City. Recent work includes a major role in Emmy-winner Erik Bloomquist’s award-winning horror short “She Came From the Woods”, as well as “You Look Great”, a short film he wrote, directed, and starred in based on his personal experiences with eating disorders.

“You Look Great” has played at numerous festivals in New York City, and has won several nominations and awards, including Best Actor from Winter Film Awards and Outstanding Narrative Short from the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival. In addition to his film work, Justin holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the New School and served as an Apprentice at the Barrow Group Theater Company.

Sadie scott, “Ruby”

Sadie Scott is a NYC native and graduate of LaGuardia High School of Performing Arts. She made her off broadway debut in the New Group’s production of “Downtown Race Riot”, directed by Scott Elliott, starred in Emily Cohn’s film “CRSHD” which premiered at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival, and can be seen playing Rosalyn in Starz’s second season of “Sweetbitter”.

This fall, you can see Sadie in the Atlantic Theater Company’s production of “Sunday”, written by Jack Thorne (The Cursed Child) and directed by Lee Sunday Evans (Dance Nation).

Connor dylan, “Josh”

Connor Dylan is an actor raised in the heat of Phoenix Arizona. He studied theatre at Arizona State University and is a proud alum of ASU Comedy’s Barren Mind Improv and ‘Dawson’s Queef Improvised Teen Drama’.

Since 2012 he has worked mainly in film and TV recently receiving a nomination for best supporting actor for his work in “Inner City Rats” (2019). You’ve likely seen him on Mysteries at the Museum at least three times.

alex beechko, “Nora”

Alex trained at Strasberg Institute, Upright Citizen’s Brigade, Atlantic Acting, and received a BFA from The Hartt Conservatory for Acting. She worked at Hartford Stage Co. in two shows simultaneously, as the Lead Dancer “Rats”/Dance Captain in “A Christmas Carol,” and Susan Marie Heine in the stage debut of “Snow Falling on Cedars.”

Catch her on Amazon Prime via Dekkoo portraying the role of ‘Jess’ in “Interested In”. As a filmmaker, Alex recently completed her first short film “3-2-1”, which has been officially selected and is currently in the film festival circuit. Happy to be of service above all. @thealexbeechko