O-Lan Jones is an award-winning composer, writer, and actress who has been consistently involved in experimental theater, music, and opera since the age of sixteen.
Jones began her professional acting career as a teenager in the hotbed of New York's off-off Broadway scene in the late '60s and early '70s. She originated many roles in the plays of Sam Shepard, Beth Henley, Murray Mednick, and John Steppling, among others.
In features she has worked with directors Tim Burton, Jonathan Demme, Ivan Reitman, Paul Schrader, John Schlesinger, Oliver Stone, Peter Weir and Paul Bartel. The press has referred to her as an "uncategorizable legend."
Andrea Stein is an award-winning actress and writer who has worked in film, theater and television throughout the country.
Stein was a founding member of Actor’s Conservatory Ensemble, an award-winning, non-profit theater company and acting conservatory. She received a Tennessee Williams Scholarship in Playwriting for her one-woman show, Safe House.
Her national theatrical credits include work at The Actor's Gang (Artistic Director Tim Robbins), The Seattle Repertory Theatre, The Kirk Theatre (Off Broadway), The Mark Taper Forum, and Naked Angels.
Her television credits include “In Living Color”, “Murphy Brown”, “Clueless”, and “Newhart”.
Jim Turner is an actor, writer, and comedian who starred alongside Robert Wuhl and Sandra Oh in the HBO series “Arli$$”.
Turner was a writer for “Beavis and Butthead” (nominated for a CableACE Award) and often performed as Randee of the Redwoods in hundreds of spots that aired on MTV.
He has numerous television credits, appearing in “Roseanne”, “That 70’s Show”, “The Larry Sanders Show”, “Lucky Louie”, “Party Down”, and “Parenthood” among many others.
He is also a founding member of the Los Angeles-based comedy group 2 Headed Dog with comedians Mark Fite, Dave "Gruber" Allen, and Craig Anton.