Nick Vergara is a New York based actor, writer, director. He studied acting at the Stella Adler Acting Conservatory and filmmaking at the New York Film Academy. He first appeared in the award winning indie The Graduates, (available on Netflix and Hulu). He appeared off-off Broadway in Kenneth Lonergan’s This is Our Youth as well as the short films Down and In, Lunch Date, Girder, Obscure Rock References and the award winning web series STOP THE BLEEDING! with Patrick James Lynch.
Brian hails from the great state of New Jersey where he attended Montclair State Univ with a major in music education. His most recent credits include: Theater, George Bernard Shaw's "Heartbreak House" (15 min classics & Nick Vergara's "Elsewhere" Film, Matthew Fowler's "Death, Daughters, and Laugh Tracks" as Jonathan (NYU); web series, "Ladies and Gentlemen" as Brian (Ari Frenkel); "City of Dreams" as Boyband Member (Justin Long)
Nikki Borges is an American actress of Cuban descent. Born and raised in Miami, Florida, she was involved in modeling and acting in the South Florida area from an early age. With a Bachelor's Degree from Florida State University's School of Theatre, she moved to NYC where she makes a reoccurring appearance on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” and is involved with live theater throughout the city. Most recently, she finished the staged reading of, “The Sweethearts of Swing” and is a current resident at "Sleep No More."
Rob Bradford hails from the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia and still has a legit hillbilly accent when he's drinking. Most recently, his film, "Drinking Games," which he starred in, as well as co-produced, has hit iTunes, Hulu and other various web/DVD outlets. He can also be seen in the film, "The Graduates," and the popular web series "Digits," which went viral and got him talked about by Ryan Seacrest for a solid week. You can also check him out on random stages around NYC in various plays.