Elizabeth grew up in the small town of Lyons, Colorado, nestled in the foothills just below the Rocky Mountains. She began acting in community and school productions as a child. She moved to Los Angeles to attend the University of Southern California, from which she graduated with honors, and to pursue a career in acting.
As an actress, she has been in independent films, music videos, web series and more. Aside from Hipsterhood, she’s also working on season 2 of “86′d,” a dark comedy which she both co-produces and plays one of three degenerate roommates. When she’s not acting, you can usually find her biking along the beach, playing Scrabble, or curled up with a book. She obsessively listens to NPR and is a sucker for “Top Chef” and “Project Runway.” Check out www.elizabethferraris.com for more info!
Kit Williamson is an actor and writer living in Los Angeles, CA. Film and TV credits include “Numb3rs” on CBS, “Death Valley” on MTV, “2011 Moby Dick” from The Asylum, “Last Halloween” from Steele Films, “Bernard” from Matemotja Productions, “Para-Normal” at Screamfest LA, “Panacea” at the Sacramento Horror Festival and Best Friends Forever, upcoming from director Brea Grant. He can also be seen on the web in the Daywalt Fear Factory shortThe Many Doors of Albert Whale and this registered immortal PSA on Funny or Die. Theatre credits include the tony-nominated revival of “Talk Radio” on Broadway, “Made in Poland” with The Play Company at 59E59, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” with Sonnet Rep, “Marat/Sade” with Push Productions and numerous credits with his company At Play Productions. Check out WWW.KITWILLIAMSON.COM for more info and follow him on Twitter@KitWilliamson!
Daniel Vincent Gordh is a Los Angeles-based actor, writer, and comedian, and currently plays William Darcy in critically-acclaimed series THE LIZZIE BENNET DIARIES. Daniel received his degree in theatre from University of California, San Diego. Since moving (back) to Los Angeles, Daniel has stayed busy between a variety of Film, TV, Theatre, Musical Theatre, and New Media projects, and over the past few years has had the opportunity to work with actors such as Bryce Dallas Howard, Josh Gad, Jon Hamm, Richard Riehle, Dennis Christopher, and recently performed at Carnegie Hall as part of John and Hank Green’s EVENING OF AWESOME. Daniel is also a regular performer in sketches for the humor website juggernaut Cracked.com and the founder of The Natural Disastronauts sketch comedy troupe which is responsible for a number of one-off sketches and two popular webseries on the site which have garnered many millions of views webwide, and just wrapped shooting their first ½ hr pilot, LOVING YOURSELF & OTHERS. Othernotable credits include COLD CASE (CBS), MAD MEN (AMC), NIGHT WATCHER (also co-writer, distributed by LIONSGATE), & the feature film BLACK VELVET. THEATRE: POST OFFICE (CTG Workshop), SIAMESE SEX SHOW (Blank Theatre Workshop), BERMUDA (The Edye Theatre), THE THREEPENNY OPERA (International City Theatre), SURF ORPHEUS (The Getty Villa Classical Theatre Lab), URINETOWN (Warner Grand Theatre), ROBOTS VS. FAKE ROBOTS (The Powerhouse Theatre).
Brendan is a classically trained, professional actor from New York University and The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art who has appeared in numerous television shows and films, most recently appearing on BET’s new sitcom Mr. Box Office and hosting The Cult of Cult for The CW. His film work has been featured in festivals world wide, most notably The Sundance Film Festival, SXSW and Methodfest where he received the Award for Best Actor. In addition to acting, Brendan has established himself in the online space as a comedian and digital creative. With over 100 online webisodes and short videos earning millions of hits and dozens of awards, Brendan has emerged as one of the leading ‘digital showrunners’ working with advertisers and celebrities to further their brand identity using transmedia storytelling. In his free time, Brendan is a self-proclaimed “goofball” enthusiastically dabbling in microbrews, gourmet burgers, swimming and sketch comedy. See more at brendanabradley.com