Luis Chavez - "Enrique"

Luis started his career appearing in numerous TV shows in co-star and guest star roles. His versatility have allowed him to show his talent in shows as diverse as: “Monk”, “ER” “Malcolm in the Middle”, and “Sleeper Cell” After working in a few independent films, he had the opportunity to act along Jim Carey in the comedy “Fun with Dick & Jane”. Since then, he has steadly, through hard work, added more credits to his roster. He was seen last May in the Lion Gate’s film “Delta Farce and can be seen in Steven Soderbergh’s blockbuster film “Oceans 13”.

He recently wrapped the Guillermo Del Toro’s produced indie film, due out December 2007, “While she was out” in his first supporting lead role opposite Kim Basinger. Luis is currently busy , joining the cast of ABC Family’s “Lincoln Heights” for its second season that begins airing September, 2007 and a recurring role on "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles".

Carter Jenkins - "Zack"

Carter can next be seen starring in the upcoming 20th Century Fox Movie, "They Came From Upstairs". He starred in the NBC series "Surface", and has acted in many shows including "House M.D.", "Viva Laughlin", "The 4400" and "CSI Miami", as well as movies such as "The Bad News Bears" and "Keeping Up with the Steins".

Carter Jenkins began his acting career in his home town of Tampa, Florida, beginning with Community Theatre around the age of seven. His parents thought this would pacify his desire to be an actor, but they couldn't have been more wrong! After the performance of a community play Carter was approached by a local agent. That night set things rolling. After booking local and national commercials, Carter really wanted more. In July of 2002 he and his mother traveled to L.A. for training. After two weeks in L.A., he was represented by a top agent and was soon getting auditions as well as callbacks and bookings.

Coming from a very close family and not wanting to be separated, his success made it necessary for the family to make the move to Los Angeles. Carter now lives in Los Angeles with his parents, his older sister and older brother (also an actor). In addition to acting Carter enjoys playing baseball, basketball and football. He loves being with his family and having fun. And although not living in Tampa Florida anymore, he is still a Buccaneers fan.

J. Eddie Martinez - "Luis"

J. Eddie Martinez moved to LA from NYC a year ago. In NY, he did a lot of theater and had appearances on the NY shows Law & Order, Law & Order CI, Conviction, Jonny Zero and Parco PI. In Los Angeles, he was part of the Cricketfeet actors showcase produced by Bonnie Gillespie and directed by Anna Christopher. He has worked on the CBS show "The Unit", and two films that are now entering their festival run. A feature film "Sugar", directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, the duo that brought the critically acclaimed drama "Half Nelson". "Sugar" is their follow up feature and it will screen at Sundance this year. You can also see Eddie on the Virtual Channel Network (VCN), part of the Cricketfeet selected scenes on VCN.

To learn more about him, you can visit his website at:

Hugo Garcia - "Rodrigo"

Hugo Garcia is a talented Venezuelan actor, who kicked off his acting career with Teatro Avante in the play "Lila la Mariposa" at the International Hispanic Theatre Festival. This incredibly versatile actor continued to impress theatre audiences in productions such as: Divinas Palabras (Divine Words), PD: Tu gato ha muerto (PS: your cat is dead), Donde esta el Tenor? (Lend me a Tenor), and La Pareja Dispareja (The Odd Couple) all produced by the Hispanic Theater Guild. His portrayal of memorable characters like Lazarito in La Ultima Parada (A Streetcar Named Desire) produced by Arting Together and Paco in Something Else produced by Miami Dade Community College Theater Group Prometeo left a lasting impression on both audiences and critics. Starring in plays like El Huevo del Gallo (The Rooster's Egg) and the classic Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol presented at the University of Miami where he received outstanding critical reviews sealed his place in the Latin theatre scene. In 2005 and 2006 he returned to the stage to star in two successful and critically acclaimed shows: Las Leandras and the Pharaohs Court at the Miami Dade County Auditorium. In addition to his roles on stage he has also made a gratifying transition into film and television.

Hugo has been part of the cast of the television series Estamos Unidos,Locos y Sueltos, Los Metiches, Los Teens, and Al Filo De La Ley. He has also made special guest appearances in shows like Despierta America, El Gordo y La Flaca, Escandalo TV, Sabado Gigante and Don Francisco Presenta. Film provided the opportunity to show his impressive comedic talent when he played the lead character in the endearing short film La Playa produced by Frank Shade films, which won Best Short film at the Entertainment Industry Incubator Short Film Festival in Florida for 2002. Following the surprise hit of La Playa he landed the starring role in the full length feature film Freedom Flight produced by Frank Shade films and a supporting role in the interesting film Murder on the Border produced by Break Away films. Both films premiered at the Chicago Latino Film Festival in 2005 to positive reviews. Currently in post-production is the short film Calle Ocho where he reprises his memorable character that was so brilliantly portrayed in La Playa. His work in theatre, television, and film has helped him establish a reputation for having an ample acting range and a natural talent for his craft.

Leigh Hill - "Katherine"

Leigh recently brought her comedic touch to the big screen thriller Undertow, as the flirtatious Muriel opposite Josh Lucas. Soon after, she garnered Best Actress honors at the Cinemacabre Film Festival, for her portrayal of a determined killer in the award-winning feature Ghost of the Needle.

This year, you'll find Leigh in the indie films Book of Tomorrow and Impasse, screening at film festivals across the country. She also starred in, and produced, the nationally acclaimed and multiple award-winning short film White Bitch Down, currently distributed by IFC Films and a perennial favorite on the film festival circuit.

Leigh’s first break came with a starring role in the highly rated NBC TV special Angels: Mysterious Messengers, narrated by the legendary Patty Duke. Up next, she was asked to Guest Star & Host the cult favorite Remains of the Bird; a unique Thanksgiving episode of the hit tv comedy Good Eats with Chef Alton Brown.

In other projects Leigh has been fortunate to work along side such talent ranging from Faye Dunaway and Lesley Ann Warren, to cult horror figure Tom Savini, and Gary Cole among others.

If you visit the Smithsonian, you can see Leigh as Inspector Niece, her starring role in the long-running series of films for the US Postal Inspectors. And, her voice may seem familiar to you; Leigh can be heard regularly on television, film and radio spots nationwide.

Jack Brand - "Marcus"