Cast & Crew

Jocelin Donahue

as Kate Bowman

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Jocelin Donahue
Kate Bowman

Jocelin Donahue is a native of Bristol, Connecticut. She is a graduate of New York University with a degree in Sociology. After a supporting role in The Burrowers, Donahue was cast as the lead in Ti West’s critically acclaimed horror film The House of the Devil, winning Best Actress at the 2009 LA Screamfest. She went on to play leading roles in The Last Godfather by Korean filmmaker Shim Hyung-rae, and in the independent films Live at the Foxes Den and The Living. She appeared in The End of Love, which premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, and worked with director Terrence Malick on Knight of Cups. She played a young version of Barbara Hershey’s character in Insidious: Chapter 2, which was released in September 2013. As a commercial actress, she has appeared in numerous national campaigns, including ads for Levi’s, Zune, Vitamin Water, Apple, and Subway. In campaigns for Ketel One and Old Navy, she worked with directors David O. Russell and Roman Coppola.

Jesse Bradford

as Evan

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Jesse Bradford
Evan

Jesse Bradford was born Jesse Bradford Watrouse in Norwalk, Connecticut. Both of his parents, Curtis Watrouse and Terry Porter, are actors who have appeared in many television commercials. Jesse has been acting almost constantly since his big debut in a Q-Tip commercial when he was an 8-month-old baby. He started acting and modeling as a child and has had steady work since the age of 4. He graduated from Brien MacMahon High School in his home town of Norwalk, and went on to study film at Columbia University.

Mainstream notoriety for Bradford came with the film Bring It On (2000), playing the romantic interest of Kirsten Dunst’s character. Next, he appeared as the lead in two films — Clockstoppers and Swimfan. He also portrayed White House intern Ryan Pierce on The West Wing. Bradford played the role of Rene Gagnon in the Clint Eastwood film Flags of Our Fathers, based on the book of the same name by James Bradley about the Battle of Iwo Jima. He also played one of the leads in I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell, based on Tucker Max’s best-selling book.

Lori Petty

as Dr. Sykes

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Lori Petty
Dr. Sykes

Jesse Bradford was born Jesse Bradford Watrouse in Norwalk, Connecticut. Both of his parents, Curtis Watrouse and Terry Porter, are actors who have appeared in many television commercials. Jesse has been acting almost constantly since his big debut in a Q-Tip commercial when he was an 8-month-old baby. He started acting and modeling as a child and has had steady work since the age of 4. He graduated from Brien MacMahon High School in his home town of Norwalk, and went on to study film at Columbia University.

Mainstream notoriety for Bradford came with the film Bring It On (2000), playing the romantic interest of Kirsten Dunst’s character. Next, he appeared as the lead in two films — Clockstoppers and Swimfan. He also portrayed White House intern Ryan Pierce on The West Wing. Bradford played the role of Rene Gagnon in the Clint Eastwood film Flags of Our Fathers, based on the book of the same name by James Bradley about the Battle of Iwo Jima. He also played one of the leads in I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell, based on Tucker Max’s best-selling book.

Brea Grant

as Linda Noble

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Brea Grant
Linda Noble

Brea Grant was born on October 16, 1981 in Marshall, Texas, USA as Brea Colleen Grant. She is an actress and writer, known for Pitch Perfect 2 (2015), Halloween II (2009) and Homecoming (2011).

Jesse Borrego

as Hassan Davies

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Jesse Borrego
Hassan Davies

Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, Borrego studied theatre and dance at The University of Incarnate Word; he studied acting at The California Institute of the Arts. In the 1980s he attended an open audition for the TV Series “Fame” where he won the role of “Jesse Velasquez”, a role he would have for three years. Borrego, however, would return to the stage appearing in productions at the noted Joseph Papp Theatre in New York City and The Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles. In addition to standout performances on stage and in films such as “Blood In, Blood Out” and “Follow Me Home”, he began Lupita Productions in 1990. Lupita has produced theatrical productions and concerts; additionally, Lupita has produced two 16mm short films: “El Suendo de Simon” (1993) by James Borrego and “Flattime” (1995) by Jimmy Santiago Baca. At home in front of the camera, on stage, or in the producer’s seat, Borrego continues to be one of the most versatile and resilient talents of our time.

James Eckhouse

as Mr. Bowman

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James Eckhouse
Mr. Bowman

James Eckhouse was born on February 14, 1955 in Chicago, Illinois, USA as James Hays Eckhouse. He is an actor and director, known for Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990), The Avengers (2012) and Big (1988). He has been married to Sheila Kiliher Walsh since August 7, 1982. They have two children.