HARI LEIGH will next be featured in Nickelodeon's new series "Sanjay & Craig." She also co-starred in John Waters' "A Dirty Shame" and was bestowed the honor of "the dusky ingenue of the moment" by 'Vice' magazine after a memorable appearance in Franz Ferdinand's "Do You Want To" music video.
SUSAN BURKE served as the co-writer of James Ponsoldt's '"Smashed'" (which won a Special Jury Award from the Sundance Film Festival in 2012) and currently performs with the Birds of Prey comedy troupe. She also recently starred in Dean Peterson's "Incredibly Small" from Range Life Entertainment and has also been featured on G4's "Attack of the Show.'"
AMY SEIMETZ is a mega-multi-hyphenate and a recent addition to the casts of both AMC's '"The Killing'" and HBO's '"Family Tree.'" She also wrote and produced the award-winning film '"Sun Don't Shine,'" which will be receiving a theatrical release in 2013 from Factory 25. In 2010, she co-starred in Lena Dunham's "Tiny Furniture'" and won Best Actress at Fantastic Fest for her work in Adam Wingard's '"A Horrible Way to Die.'" She will next be seen in Wingard's '"You're Next'" and Shane Carruth's '"Upstream Color."
JOSH FADEM is beloved to sitcom audiences everywhere as Simon Behrens, Liz Lemon's hapless agent on NBC's "30 Rock." He has also been featured on "The Whitest Kids U Know" and "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia."
JEFF CARRILLO is a founding member of the band Mahjongg, whose television appearances on "Pepper and Friends" rocketed them into the indie-rock limelight. He makes his big screen debut in "Small Pond."
ANN MAGNUSON is one of the most enigmatic performers of our time. You may recognize her from Susan Seidelman's "Desperately Seeking Susan" and "Making Mr. Right," or perhaps as the frontwoman of the legendary music outfits Bongwater and Vulcan Death Grip (or even ABC's "Anything But Love") ... but be sure to seek out "Vandemonium Plus," an hourlong variety spectacular produced for Cinemax in 1987 but out-of-print for many years.
MARY FESSENDEN has served Cornell Cinema since 1987 and became its director in 1996.
CARL EDWARDS ("Kenny") is a Columbia native and thirteen-year veteran of the NASCAR racing circuit who makes his big-screen debut in "Small Pond." After making his debut in the NEXTEL Cup Series in 2004, his achievements on the track include a first place finish in the 2007 NASCAR Busch Series Championship.


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