Marissa Skell, Bonnie Hold Up Leading Lady
Ryan Scott Self, Jim Hold Up Leading Man

Marissa Skell graduated from the Acting Conservatory at SUNY Purchase in 2008 and made the move to Los Angeles the very  next month in a salvaged  car. No, that car would not happen to be the same famous set of wheels in the movie, thankfully. One new car and three years later, she has been seen in the indie horror film “Low Places” and TV shows such as General Hospital, The Mentalist, and Criminal Minds. When she isn’t committing crimes for money on the screen, Marissa enjoys watching sitcoms with her dog Gidget, getting lost while hiking, and stalking Daniel-Day Lewis.  Stay up to date with Marissa on her current projects and idle ramblings at and

Ryan Scott Self grew up in St Louis, and studied acting, writing, and production at Bradley University. He left the Midwest to pursue acting and writing in late 2005, and has done well in SoCal appearing in numerous films, TV shows, commercials, and even stage productions. He has been busy shooting a Nickelodeon pilot, a web-series with Rob Lowe, several of his own projects, and performing improv -- lots and lots of improv. He currently co-runs Monkey Butler, LA’s fastest growing improv troupe, and winner of this year’s iOwest fierce Harold Competition. You can see Ryan on your TV and interwebs, being all goofy, at

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Sid Veda, Mahesh

Sid Veda is an actor/comedian who spent 5 years in NYC theatres and stand-up clubs before moving to Hollywood in 2004.  Born in Maryland, he lived all over the northeast going to school at Penn State and Grad School at Boston University. In his final drama before leaving NYC, he played the lead, “Navin Srivastava”, in “Huck and Holden”, written by Pulitzer Prize-finalist Rajiv Joseph.  He can currently be seen as “Chad” in MetroPCS’s “Tech & Talk” campaign.  Having performed improv at UCB Theatre and stand-up all over LA, he feels he is living up to his High School title of “Class Clown”.  He has an MBA, a Green Belt in Tae Kwon Do, and a wicked second serve. Learn more about Sid at