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Ophelia Press Kit

Ali Mueller – Ophelia

Starting as a costar on ABC’s All My Children, Ali racked up credits on television staples such as HBO’s Entourage, Feature Films including a supporting role in the STARZ movie ‘Category 5′ opposite Burt Reynolds and BABY DADDY’s Chelsea Kane, independent film successes such as Austin Film Festival favorite ‘Sleepless Nights’, her third outing with up and coming director Brandon Sparks; and starring roles in Music Videos from Artists such as Linkin Park and newcomer sensation Hoodie Allen. Ali also enjoys working with emerging talent at the prestigious USC School of Cinematic Arts where she acts as a part of the various film and television programs.
Ali also puts her Bachelor’s in Business and Marketing, magna cum laude, from Texas A&M University, to good use – creating her own content as well as optioning and producing material including; the feature film ‘Challenger’ written by Nicole Perlman (Guardians of the Galaxy, Captain Marvel) based on the ’86 Challenger explosion; The Castle, written by Emmy Award Nominated Writer Sally Robinson, currently in development to become a multi-camera comedy for Network TV; as well as two bestselling YA novel series she is also developing for television.
Find Ali on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram @alimueller1

Mary Pat Gleason – Grumpy

Mary Pat Gleason (Actress/Playwright) has had the pleasure of working with many great directors including Steven Soderberg on the film ‘Traffic’, Nicholas Hytner on ‘The Crucible’, and Albert Brooks on ‘Defending Your Life’. Her other film credits include ‘The Island’, ‘I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry’, ‘A Cinderella Story’, ‘Evolution’, ‘A Walk In The Clouds’, ‘Lorenzo’s Oil’, ‘Soap Dish’, ‘Basic Instinct’, ‘Man Trouble’, ‘Speechless’, ‘Fat Man Little Boy’, ‘Marion Hotchkiss’ Ballroom Dancing and Charm School’ and many more.
Gleason has appeared in Hallmark Hall of Fame’s ‘A Season For Miracles’, and movies of the week such as ‘The West Side Waltz’, ‘Story Lady’, ‘Children of the Dark’, and ‘The Right To Remain Silent’. Throughout her many years in the business, Mary Pat has guest-starred on numerous television series including ‘Bones’, ‘NCIS Los Angeles’, ‘Chuck’, ‘The Mentalist’, ‘United States of Tara’, and she was a series regular on the series ‘The Middleman’.
In regional theatre she has appeared in ‘Space’ at the Mark Taper Forum, ‘Growing Gracefully’ at the Tiffany Theatre, ‘Only a Kingdom’ at the Pasadena Playhouse, ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ at The George Street Playhouse, ‘Plaza Suite’ at Meadowbrook Theatre, ‘Jitters’ at The Walnut Street Theatre, ‘Tartuffe’, ‘Long Days Journey Into Night’, and ‘The Runner Stumbles’ at Cohoes Music Hall. Mary Pat played Jane Hogan on ‘The Guiding Light’ and won an Emmy for editing the show in 1986. She was invited to HBO’s 1999 comedy festival in Nancy Shayne’s production of ‘Two Bitter Women in a Coffee Shop’. She is also the author of a one woman show entitled ‘Stopping Traffic’.

Larry Cedar – Sneezy

Larry Cedar played opium addicted card dealer ‘Leon’ for three seasons on HBO’s critically acclaimed series ‘Deadwood’, and has guest-starred on dozens of other television series including ‘Mad Men’, ‘Grey’s Anatomy’, ‘Community’, ‘House’, ‘Terminator’, ‘NCIS’, ‘Enterprise’, ‘Alias’, ‘The Closer’, ‘Gilmore Girls’, and ‘Boston Legal’. Feature film credits include supporting roles in ‘The Crazies’, ‘Towelhead’, ‘Hollywoodland’, ‘Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas’, and a starring role in the upcoming independent feature, ‘She Sings to the Stars’ (www.shesingstothestars.com). Larry will be performing this fall at New York’s United Solo Theatre Festival in his one-man show, ORWELLIAN.
Visit Larry on Facebook, Twitter (@larrycedar) or go to www.larrycedar.com

Alan Blumenfeld – Doc

As a professional actor for the past 40 years, Alan has a long history of work in film, television and theater. Some of his credits include: ‘Theatricum Botanicum’; Cecil/Nate, ‘Equivocation’; Gloucester, ‘Lear’; Lavatch, ‘All’s Well’; Frank Gulick, ‘Tone Clusters’; Mangan, ‘Heartbreak House’; Wolff, ‘Royal Family’; Falstaff, ‘Merry Wives of Windsor’ (LA Drama Critics Circle Award); Autolycus, ‘A Winter’s Tale’; Mr.Antrobus, ‘Skin of Our Teeth’; Shylock, ‘Merchant of Venice’; Peter Quince, ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’; Touchstone, ‘As You Like It’; Stephano , ‘The Tempest’; Matt Friedman, ‘Talley’s Folly’ (with his wife Katherine James); Friar Laurence, ‘Romeo and Juliet’, and many others: ‘A Noise Within’; Grumio, ‘Taming of The Shrew’; Matamore, ‘The Illusion’; Scrub, ‘Beaux Strategem’; Morty, ‘Awake and Sing’ (Ovation Nominee Best Production, LADCC Nominee Best Revival 2010) Pa Ubu, ‘Ubu Roi’; Sancho, ‘Man of Lamancha’; Bottom ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ Hollywood Bowl; Chrysalde; ‘School for Wives’; Dogberry, ‘Much Ado About Nothing’; Etienne, ‘A Flea In Her Ear’; South Coast Repertory Theater: Felix/Beaupertuis, ‘An Italian Straw Hat’; David, ‘A Feminine Ending’; Eddie Brock, ‘Born Yesterday’ Odyssey Theater: Mr. Peachum, ‘Three Penny Opera’; Jean, ‘Rhinoceros’ (Dramalogue, Garland awards). Broadway and First National Tour: Neil Simon’s ‘Laughter on the 23rd Floor’. Other Regional Theater: ACT San Francisco; Renaissance Rep Chicago; PCPA Santa Maria; San Francisco Opera.
In TV, he has had more than 300 guest starring roles including; ‘Shameless’, ‘Murder in the First’, ‘Arrested Development’, ‘Castle’, ‘Parenthood’, ‘Heroes’ (recurring); ‘Dirty Sexy Money’; ‘Grey’s Anatomy’, ‘CSI’, ‘Without a Trace’, ‘Gilmore Girls’, ‘ER’, Uncle Willy, ‘Brooklyn Bridge’ (recurring) His film credits include: ‘The Interview’, ‘Righteous Kill’, ‘Pathology’, ‘In Her Shoes’, ‘The Ring’, ‘Heartbreakers’, Bob Buss ‘2Gether’ for MTV, ‘Tin Men’, ‘The Optimist’, ‘The TV Set’.

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