Lincoln Blake born in Los Angeles, went to high school and college in Georgia, Tenn, and Alabama. Son of Curtis Blake Jr and Daliah Blake. Father is Black/Chinese and was a military man. mother is Samoan/Choctaw and was a caregiver for years. Oldest out of 6 and father to a 9 year old boy (Gabriel Kai Blake). Played Arena football and worked out for a few NFL teams. Been in movies and TV shows since 10th grade. Movies such as "Daddies little girls", "Hunger Games" and shows "still the king" and " Necessary Roughness" just to name a few. Signed with JLA Talent in October 2016.
Eddie Sandstrom is an actor, print model, and athlete who consistently brings his unique personality, skills, and looks to capitalize on each opportunity. He seeks to inspire the youth in discovering their full potential through his acting and community outreach.
Eddie began his acting career in the Chaminade High School production of You Can’t Take It With You as the lead role of Martin Vanderhof, directed by Broadway actor Yvette Bishop. Encouraged by voice-over actor Nolan North, Eddie began to study the craft of voice over. He did this under talented artists such as Steve Staley and Cathy Grable. Additionally, Eddie studied his on camera technique with Casting Director Joshua Rappaport with Casting Brothers. Eddie has worked with companies such as Dick’s Sporting Goods, Nickelodeon, and Proactive along with production companies such as Hollywood Football Productions under Jeff Sanders and HotHouse Productions under David Portner.
Aside from acting, Eddie is a drummer and has played team sports such as football, baseball, lacrosse, and basketball. Eddie is passionate about maintaining a healthy lifestyle and workout routine. He partakes in community service and volunteers to lead retreat programs for young students. With a passion for working with the youth, Eddie was the head counselor and a personal development instructor at the Chaminade Center for Excellence summer program. With his family at his side, Eddie continues making his mark each day through his acting and strong work ethic in hopes of inspiring others through his work in the arts.
Connor Field was born January 27, 1993. in San Diego California. Son of Michael Field and Kim Field. Father is of Irish Decent and works as a wine salesman. Mother is of Sicilian Decent and works as a Realtor. He has two brothers Bryan Field (26) and Sean Field (15). He Went to Scripps Ranch High and graduated in 2011. From there went on to study business at Santa Barbara City College. After taking an acting class with coach Peter Frisch, Connor fell in love with the art. He has been actively taking acting classes since the summer of 2015 and has been working on student films. After deciding to pursue acting as a career Connor moved to Los Angles January of 2016 to be closer to the action. He has since been continuing with classes to perfect the craft and has done some Theater work to feed his passion for the art.
Brazilian actor, model, singer and dancer Lucas Carvalho Lockwood was born in Rio, Brazil, to Fabiani and Josue Carvalho. He began modeling and acting at age 22 and his first success came with an Abercrombie & Fitch modeling Career and play "To Kill a Mocking Bird." He is best known for his Super Bowl commercial, as well as roles in Ballers, Chalk and Rosewood. He continues his acting career and TV commercial work in Los Angeles, California.
Morgan Jay is a performer based out of Los Angeles. Originally from New Jersey, he started his career in NYC where he attended the Tisch School of the Arts. He trained at the Stella Adler Studio for acting. Morgan is also a skilled stand up comedian and actor who can now be seen serenading audiences with his sultry musical comedy. He recently performed at the 2017 SF Sketchfest.