Torrie Bogda (Rebecca) – Originally from Chicago, Torrie hopes to never experience that kind of winter again. Rigorous classical ballet training as a child helped her to develop a thick skin and a type-A personality, which came in handy when working as a Radio City Rockette in New York City. Torrie decided to be an actress at the age of ten when a monologue she delivered moved her teacher to tears. Her biggest obstacle when moving to Los Angeles was learning to drive, which seems silly now that she is a parallel parking Jedi. One of Torrie’s biggest sources of joy is the fact that every day she gets to work toward fulfilling a childhood purpose.
Emily Button (Julia) – Emily is the daughter of two professional athletes, which does not at all explain why she became an actress. An award winning actress, improviser, voiceover artist and producer. Emily has performed in over fifty plays and films, recurred on NBC’s Days of Our Lives and had the privilege of working with many gifted artists including the great Paul Sills, Mike Nichols and George Morrison. Recently nominated for “Best Supporting Actress” for her work in Peter’s Ashes with Dee Wallace Stone, you can also see her in the soon to be released Other People’s Children with Chad Michael Murray. You can check out more of Emily’s work at EmilyButtonVO.com, IMDB , and YouTube. As a child, Emily always wondered why Goldilocks didn’t buy the cottage and put the 3 bears on payroll…
Liberty Cordova (Ruthie) – Liberty Cordova is an actress, professional dancer, model and singer making her ethnically ambiguous mark on screen and on stage. Originally from Salt Lake City, Utah, Liberty moved to Los Angeles and began dancing professionally when she was 17. She has been in numerous live shows, music videos, award shows and danced for artists such as ZZ Top, Fall Out Boy, Train, Shwayze & The Pussycat Dolls. She was also a Chivagirl for Chivas USA Major League Soccer Team. She has appeared in numerous ad campaigns for Apple, AT&T & Ford, to name a few. Liberty recently had a supporting role in the award winning independent feature, Must Come Down. You can find a list of Liberty’s credits on her imdB profile.
Ida Darvish (Marissa) – In an acting career that has spanned film, television, and stage – Ida has done plenty of theater in Los Angeles over the course of her years here. And even though she has recently been focusing some of her energies on starting her own production company (Angry Child Productions), she keeps going back to her first love… acting. In doing so, she has returned to the stage many times, and has had the opportunity to work with Studio C on several productions, including Dolores, Barbara’s Wedding, and Snowangel. In addition, she has also produced and starred in two seasons of the award-winning web series, Gigi: Almost American, and has been lucky enough to dive back into film and television, most recently playing a role in the upcoming FX series, The Comedians. But she must confess that she loves nothing more than to speak in the third person. That said, she hopes you enjoy the show!
Rochelle Leffler (Birdie) – Rochelle Leffler is a television, film, stage and voice over actress with a recurring role on South Park as the Head 5th Grader. She is the writing liaison for Studio C and has both written and directed stage productions with Studio C. She’s crazy about Elvis, loves Jesus and America too.