AL SNOW (Raph) has worked as an actor, professional wrestler, and wrestling trainer. As a WWE Superstar, Snow held multiple titles including the Hardcore title and Tag Team title with friend and partner Mick Foley.

Snow also worked as an on-screen trainer in the hit pro-wrestling reality series “Tough Enough,” which aired on MTV from 2001 to 2003.

He’s also wrestled for Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW), and currently works as a road agent for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. He can next be seen in “Witches of Oz,” starring Christopher Lloyd, Sean Astin, and Billy Boyd.

Snow’s previous films include the indie slasher “The Legacy” (2009)  and the 2006 film “They’re Just My Friends.” He acted in an uncredited role in the 1993 film “Rudy,” and has appeared in the wrestling documentaries “Beyond the Mat” (1999) and “Bloodstained Memoirs” (2009).

Snow currently lives in Louisville, Kentucky with his wife Cindi.

JOHN WELLS (Max) is best known regionally for his work in the metal scene in which he performed from 1997 through 2010.

He’s worked on multiple short films including the 2011 film “Swordbearer” and 2009’s “Vacation Day.” In addition to acting, Wells works as a certified personal trainer and voice-over artist. “Overtime” is Wells’ feature film debut.

Wells lives in Louisville, Kentucky with his wife and daughter.

SEBRINA SIEGEL (Stephanie) has quickly become known on the the independent film scene for a variety of roles. Not only has she starred in multiple independent films such as “Vacation Day” (2009) and “Remaindered” (2010), but she has extensive experience on stage acting for the Louisville Studio Theater, Louisville Mainstage Theater and Clarksville Little Theater.

Sebrina has won multiple awards including the Best Actress Award at the 2009 World Independent Film Expo for her performance in “the Audit” (2009). When she’s not acting, Sebrina enjoys yoga, horseback riding, and skiing, and can usually be found spending time with her family.

ERICA GOLDSMITH (Monica) has been acting for the screen since her first role in the 2004 independent comedy “Breaking and Entering.” It was her performance as April in the 2007 cult favorite “Dead Moon Rising” that set her apart and began her B-Movie film career.

Since then Erica has starred in short films such as “Helpline” (2008) and the over-the-top comedy “The Last Temptation of Fluffy” (2010) which she also produced. She has also performed in over a dozen plays for multiple theater companies including the Whodunnit Murder Mystery Theater which has awarded her the “Sexiest Performance” award three years running.

Erica currently lives in Mount Washington Kentucky with her husband and daughter.

CRISTINA MULLINS (Tammy) has experience performing on stage and screen both as an actor and singer. She was the lead singer of the popular bands Sonic Epitaph and Raising Einstein, and she currently performs in the groove rock band At Least 2.

Cristina has performed onstage for Music Theater Louisville and the Clarksville Little Theater among others. Her screen credits include movies such as “Revenant” (2010), “Reality” (2011), and the upcoming “Intrusion: Disconnected” (2011).

She currently lives in Louisville, Kentucky

KATIE STEWART (Sam) has developed an extensive resume of screen credits including features such as “The Legacy” (2009), “Nightmare Fuel” (2009), and “Hell-ehone” (2008).

Stewart has made a strong name for herself in the underground horror community by starring in over-the-top slashers and monster films such as “The Last Temptation of Fluffy” (2010) and bringing an emotional believability to the most fantastic of plots.

She currently lives in Louisville Kentucky with her family.