Steven O'Broin has joined the cast as "Lou Perdition".
Here's Steven's Bio:
Steven Ã“ Broin is an actor from Dublin, Ireland now living in Massachusetts.
Steven trained at the prestigious Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin from which he graduated in 1995.
Steven was hand picked by none other than Michael Flatley himself to join the original cast of Riverdance The Show and went straight from The Gaiety School to Riverdance where he spent the first three years of that show dancing with them from Dublin to London, to Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Television appearances with Riverdance were many, including "The Late Show" with David Letterman, NBC's "Today Show", MTV Europe and various BBC and other European Networks.
During his tenure in Riverdance, he performed for many illuminaries such as Madonna, U2, George Harrison, Robin Williams, Liam Neeson, King Hussein, and many more besides. Jean Butler, the original female lead picked him to choreograph and dance in "The Brylcreem Boys" with Gabriel Byrne which took him to the Cannes Film Festival.
Expanding his repertoire into other dance disciplines, he danced in and choreographed for Dublin's Olympia pantomime where he also spent two seasons as a featured actor.
After touring Europe with Gaelforce Dance, Steven hung up his shoes in 2001, emigrated to Boston in 2002, and married one of the dancing girls.
After an entertainment world sabbatical, Steven returned in 2010 reprising his role as Oberon in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" in Dani Duggan's Shakespeare in the Park series in Plymouth.
Looking to expand into film and T.V. Steven joined the cast of a web series, "Paragods" a comedy, in the summer of 2013, he is still a cast member. Steven acted in an industrial training video later that year for Stone Media.
Roles kept coming for Steven with a lead role of a post apocalyptic gang leader in Richard Griffin's "Future Justice", a feature film, shot in Rhode Island, and playing Bearach, a Celtic warrior in a short film, "Origins" by Sharmane Johnson.
Richard Griffin's Scorpio Film Productions had him back to play a psychotherapist in another feature, a musical comedy "Accidental Incest" in 2014.
The rest of the year is looking busy again for the Irishman, with roles in features "Silence" by Vipex Productions, "Blue Suede" with Vendetta Motion Pictures, "Sins Of Dracula" with Scorpio Films, "Caped Crusader The Dark Hours" with On Edge Productions and "If You Told" a movie by Larry Enright.
Steven is like a fish back in the water in his renewed acting career, - this is all he wants to do.
Tobias Wilson has joined the cast in the role of "Marty".
Here is Tobias' Bio!
Tobias is originally from New London CT but currently resides in Rhode Island.
His career began his freshman year at Rhode Island College when he decided to major in theatre performance. While in school his love for the arts expanded as he began to enjoy the likes of musical theatre and started singing and dancing. His favorite college roles where Lysander in "A Midsummers Night's Dream", Polixenes in "A Winter's Tale, and Taylor in "Prelude to a Kiss".
He will be graduating this May and rapping up his college career being a member of the ensemble in
RIC's spring musical "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels."
Tobias is excited to be working on his second film with SFR. You can catch him in his film debut "Future Justice" premiering in May.
Samantha Acampora has joined the cast in the role of "Traci".
Here is Samantha's Bio!
Samantha Acampora is a Rhode Island native currently residing in the heart of Hollywood. With a long history in theatre and musical theatre, she got her start in film playing the role of Jessica in Cost of the Living: A Zom Rom Com.
Following that, she was seen as Meg and April in Scorpio Film Releasing's films Murder University and NORMAL.
Past favorite theatrical roles include Annie Sullivan in The Miracle Worker, Marta in Company, Izzy in Rabbit Hole, and Maureen in RENT.
Her favorite song to sing at karaoke is "Rock 'n' Roll Ain't Noise Pollution" by AC/DC.
Jose Gonsalves has joined the cast as "Pastor Gibson".
Here's Jose's Bio!
Jose Guns Alves is a character actor from New England with looks and gravitas allowing him to often play leading man. Having an ethnically ambiguous look, charisma and trained skill, he has either featured or played lead as a wide array of characters within many independent films throughout the northeast. He captivates audiences with his imposing stature and palpable vulnerability.
A word about The Sins of Dracula from screenwriter Michael Varrati!
"In writing The Sins of Dracula, the notion was always to explore the idea of what would happen if Hammer had made a Christian scare film, and if I did my job correctly, the movie should play as a loving homage to the former and a biting satire of the latter. But more so, Sins really allowed me to craft the kind of flick I used to obsess over watching USA Up All Night. Cults, camp, subversive sex, musical theater, and Dracula? It's a hundred dreams come true in 90 minutes. I'm so honored to have Richard and the team from Scorpio make this script come to life, and I appreciate that they gave me the freedom to cut loose and write the tale my way. It's a deliciously blasphemous collaboration."
Carmine Capobianco has joined the cast as Pastor Johnson!
Here is Carmine's Bio:
Carmine Capobianco began his career behind the camera but had more fun in front of it. He's co-written many of his earlier movies and has also been credited as Assistant Director, Producer and Composer. You can see him have fun in "Psychos in Love", "Galactic Gigolo", "Bikini Blood Bath", "Land of College Prophets" and many more. The past few years Carmine has been appearing in many horror and horror comedies and is now awaiting the release of "Catch of the Day", "VHS Massacre" and Debbie Rochon's highly anticipated "Model Hunger". He currently resides in Bethlehem, CT and loves when he gets to hang out with his three daughters and his little son.
Jamie is thrilled to rejoin the Scorpio Film Releasing team for his second feature film. He was last seen on-screen in Richard Griffin's slasher throwback "Murder University", which earned him the Best Actor award at the 2012 Shudder Fest.
His love of acting first took hold during his sophomore year of high school, when he stepped into the role of Francis Flute in "A Midsummer Night's Dream". And despite all his better judgement, he's been performing ever since. He has acted in over a dozen different Shakespeare productions and numerous other plays and short films. His favorite roles include Romeo in "Romeo and Juliet", Malcolm in "Macbeth", Benjamin Braddock in "The Graduate", and Buster Keaton in Lenny Schwartz's original play,"Buster Keaton: Fade to Black", which earned him the 2011 Best Male Lead from Motif Magazine.
He currently resides in Kansas City, Missouri, where he is pursuing an MFA in Acting from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. He cannot wait to return to his home state of Rhode Island for the filming of "The Sins of Dracula".
Sarah Nicklin's has received three "best actress" nominations for her roles in Exhumed, Choices, and Zombie Allegiance.
She got her start in theater, appearing in "Bye Bye Birdie" in 6th grade. She appeared in her first indie film, "La Bolsa", during her final year of high school. She then graduated from Emerson College with a degree in Theater (in addition to a BA in Marketing and a minor in psychology). During this time she also started extensively working the New England film and theater scene, appearing in around 70 projects in the 5 years she was there before making the move to Los Angeles.
Check out Sarah's IMDb page to learn more about her awesome accomplishments in the world of indie cinema!
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