Rachel Kerbs – “Sarah Duncliffe”

Rachel KerbsRachel is playing “Sarah Duncliffe” (the pregnant woman). Best known for her performance as Lacey in Toby Wilkins splendid low-budget creature feature Splinter (also starring “Mercury Girl” Jill Wagner and Shea Whigham), Rachel has also cut her teeth in shorts and critically acclaimed performances in New York, Los Angeles and regional theatrical productions. Most recently, Rachel was signed to appear in Mark Cuban’s web series The Vault.

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Rick Montgomery Jr. – “Jedediah Cross”

Rick Montgomery Jr.Rick is playing “Jedediah Cross” (the enigmatic immortal who moves in next-door to the Duncliffes). In 2001, Rick retired from a business career to pursue one in acting. Within a few short years he has established himself as one of the top character actors in Ohio. Audiences and critics alike find his ability to bring an honest portrayal to any character whether it is a cold blooded killer, grieving father, loving husband, or the comic drunk who lives down the street. His ability to change his appearance has often amazed audience members. And even when cast in multiple roles in a single production, audiences have a difficult time believing it is the same man.


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Gene Silvers – “Edward Duncliffe”

Gene SilversGene is playing “Edward Duncliffe” (Sarah’s husband). A professional magician who has performed for such celebrities as Robert Deniro and Julia Roberts, Gene landed a breakthrough role as the misunderstood Raymond Hobbs , the guest lead in an Emmy-submitted Law and Order . Another breakthrough came on a Broadway stage in 2009 where he played “Lazar Haller”, the tortured Jewish leader in the critically lauded “Irena’s Vow”, with Tony nominated Tovah Feldshuh. Most recently he appeared in Poe and The Whole Banana starring Matthew Perry.

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Chris DiVecchio – “Evan Long”

Chris DiVecchio Chris is playing “Evan” (Sarah’s abusive ex-boyfriend who re-enters her life at the worst time). Chris starred in Wolf Moon (formerly titled Dark Moon Rising) with Max Ryan, Maria Conchita Alonso, Chris Mulkey and Sid Haig. Chris has appeared in many hit television shows such as Alias, Law and Order, Girls Behaving Badly and the 100th episode of the Ghost Whisperer. A body builder and former collegiate hockey player, Chris has been anointed one of Hollywood’s “Hunks of Horrors” to watch.

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Gina Pardi – “Young Sarah”

Gina Pardi, BLESSID Gina is playing “Young Sarah.” Gina is a fresh-face when it comes to professional work, but already has multiple theater, film, and national work credits under her belt. At age 10, she was featured on the national television show, Kid Fitness, and starred in two national projects: the short film Influenced and the educational film Nan’s Corner. Since then, she has appeared in numerous local commercials and spreads. She was also featured in two short indie films: Crooked Lane and Jubilee Jones. Gina also has a strong tap, ballet, jazz and singing background.

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Madeline O’Brien – “Tracy”

Madeline O'Brien, BLESSID Madeline is playing “Tracy” (Sarah’s sister). Madeline got her start in acting at age 3 when she was cast as Anna Cooley in The Legend of Lucy Keyes. The following year, she starred opposite Morgan Freeman as Amanda McCready in Ben Affleck’s directorial debut, Gone Baby Gone. Since then, she has appeared in several commercials and videos. This fall Madeline will be performing Lindsay Price’s Oddball with her school drama club. She is always on the lookout for her next project. When not performing, Madeline keeps herself busy with soccer, gymnastics & skiing.