Suzana is a first-generation American, born in Wisconsin to Serbian immigrant parents. As an actress, she is known for the multi-award-winning Kathy (2019), We All Die Alone (2019), and The Complaint (2016). She is also the co-creator of the web series Christian Crafternoon, gently mocking the religiously self-righteous since 2011. Suzana's unpublished memoir, Too Lazy to Be Satan, was a finalist in the 2017 San Diego Book Awards and the basis for her one-woman show, performed at San Diego’s Moxie Theatre in 2018. She is represented by Shamon-Freitas Agency.
Boyana is a dual USA/Canadian citizen, born in Canada to Serbian/Bosnian parents. She is classically trained at both the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute/Tisch in NYC, and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in NYC. Boyana has worked in film, television, commercials, and on stage. She has worked with directors such as Michael Slovis (Amsterdam, Breaking Bad), Simon West (Lara Croft series), and Jon Cassar (24). Her most recent credits include AMC's Preacher, When the Bough Breaks and The Last Exorcism II. IMDB:
Keziah and her identical twin sister were discovered by a talent scout at the age of 4. With the help and guidance of their parents, Keziah and Delyn have since shot multiple national commercials, award-winning films, and television shows. Keziah is most recognized for playing triplets on NBC’s longtime favorite, The Blacklist. Most recently, she can be seen on Hulu’s Shrill starring Aidy Bryant, on TBS’ Chad starring Nasim Pedrad, and in the highly anticipated indie drama from director Ben Epstein, Who Are You People. Keziah is represented by Jeremy Apody at LA Talent and managed by Emily Openshaw at Serendipity Entertainment.
Conor Kowalski is 13 years old and lives in Santa Monica, CA. His acting credits include After the End, Libertyville, and Parasite in the Park. He has trained with Will Geer's Theatricum Botanicum, the Groundlings, and Michelle Danner Acting Studio. He’s also an avid gamer and a vegan, committed to the fair treatment of animals.
Dragan is an American-Bosnian writer, actor and musician born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. His band had just signed with a record label in Belgrade, Serbia when the Bosnian War broke out in April 1992. In the fall of 1995, Dragan arrived in the United States as a war refugee. Today he lives and writes in San Diego, California. He’s known for 2% Milky Way (2017), Five Minutes Ago America Died, and Santa Fe Station (2018).
Milena was born in the former Yugoslavia and emigrated to Canada as a young adult. Except for a couple of acting classes at Theatre Aquarius in Hamilton, Ontario, Milena has no acting experience. She was cast in Libertyville, her first role, due to her excellence as a reader (via Skype) for her daughter Boyana Balta’s self-taped audition.