Kristin Wald was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA and began her journey as an actor, dancer and performer at the age 5, when she decided that she wanted to be Paula Abdul. She then went to study Medical Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Wisconsin - Madison...a logical step (and proceeded to perform in musicals, while not playing with petri dishes, and was nominated 'funniest female' every year). She moved to Chicago and studied acting and improv (Second City) while pursuing a corporate career. Four years later, she's left the corporate ladder and is back in LA loving every minute of this acting journey!
John just made the move to LA from New York City. Major New York credits include: Roundabout Broadway Revival of "Tartuffe," NYC Fringe hit "John and Greg's High School Reunion" (which he also co-wrote), and "Children at Play" for which he was nominated for the New York Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Actor in a Leading Role.
I am relatively new to the Los Angeles market. I just moved here from Virginia where I received a BFA in Theatre Performance. Since moving out here, I have participated in various workshops, and recently starred a stage version of The Breakfast Club as Allison Reynolds (The Basket Case) at Tres Stage Theatre in Hollywood.
"Young Warren Beatty meets Peter Gallagher on a FIELD OF DREAMS who lives in Silver Lake and plays rock and roll, brother. He is so Harry Hamlin meets Mick Jagger! Dennis Quaid, Richard Chamberlain and a more manly Nureyev."
A new transplant from NYC, Courtney has a recent co-star role on "Glücksboten" for ZDF German Television and had a recurring on "Guiding Light." Her film "17 to Midnight," a Film Noir piece in which she played a Lead role, won an award at the Staten Island Film Festival and is now playing in other festivals. Also, she can currently be seen in a national Blue Buffalo Dog food commercial.