Max was most recently seen starring in Jenji Kohan's latest series, American Princess, which can be seen on Amazon Prime. Next, Max stars as the lead of the upcoming feature film Southern Gospel for director Jeffrey A. Smith. Previously, Max starred in the first season of the Hulu series The Path opposite Aaron Paul & Michelle Monaghan, playing the recurring role of Freddie Ridge, the drug-addicted teenage son of a wealthy family. He followed this with another recurring role in the MTV original series Sweet Vicious and a lead role in the go90 series Embeds, produced by Michael De Luca (Social Network, Captain Phillips), which had heavy social media buzz. Before these, Max was a series regular on the CBS hit Under the Dome and is a 4x Emmy Nominee for his work on The Young and the Restless. His additional TV credits include Parenthood, No Ordinary Family, Ugly Betty, and Law & Order SVU.
Katelyn Nacon was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, where she discovered her love of performing at the age of three. However, it wasn’t until she attended a local workshop in middle school that she decided to pursue a career in acting. Talented and ambitious, Katelyn attended numerous acting classes, camps, and workshops before quickly landing her first national television appearance on ABC’s “Resurrection.” Within the same year, she gained worldwide attention for her role as Chloe Cook on Cartoon Network Adult Swim’s “Too Many Cooks,” which rapidly went viral on YouTube. Katelyn is most well-known as the quiet and mysterious teenager ‘Enid’ on AMC’s “The Walking Dead” and Awesomeness TV’s “T@gged.” Other TV credits include Hulu's "Light as a Feather" On the film side, Katelyn starred opposite Jim Gaffigan and Rhea Seahorn in the 2022 SXSW film "Linoleum.” Upcoming, she has a supporting role in the film "Where All Light Tends to Go" opposite Robin Wright and Billy Bob Thorton. When she is not acting, she enjoys singing and songwriting.
Gary Weeks is a German-born American film and television actor with over 25 years in the film industry. A popular veteran actor who is credited in over 150 Films, TV, and commercial roles. Gary is best known for the Netflix hit shows Outer Banks, Sweet Magnolias, and Marvel’s Spiderman films. He has also written, produced, and directed award-winning films. His love of film festivals led to the creation of "The Hill Country Film Festival" in Fredericksburg, TX, in 2010, and continues to this day.
J. Alphonse Nicholson is an American-born actor and percussionist. Notable TV/Film credits include series regular on “P-Valley” (STARZ), Just Mercy (Warner Bros. Pictures), “Self-Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker” (Netflix), “Blue Bloods” (CBS), “Mr. Robot” (USA), “Shots Fired” (FOX), Marvel's “Luke Cage” (Netflix), “Tales” (BET), “The Blacklist” (NBC), and “Chicago PD” (NBC). Theater credits include Tony Award Winning Broadway Revival of A Soldier's Play, Signature Theatre’s off-Broadway production of Paradise Blue, and Freight (NFT). Next up for J. Alphonse are They Cloned Tyrone (Macro/Netflix), “The Sterling Affairs” (FX), Black Spartans (Buffalo 8 Productions), and the recently wrapped remake of White Men Can’t Jump (Disney/20th Century Studios).
Myers started acting as a child actress in 2010, making her debut in the TV series The Glades. She started acting professionally at the age of 16. Myers appeared in Southern Gospel (2020), A Taste of Christmas (2020), and Girl in the Basement (2021). She had her breakthrough when she starred in the Netflix series Wednesday in 2022, playing Enid Sinclair alongside her co-star Jenna Ortega, who played Wednesday Addams. Myers will next star in the Netflix comedy film Family Leave alongside Jennifer Garner and Ed Helms.