Bad Signs features a cast mix of Pacific Northwest talent and LA celebrities! More cast info coming soon!
Zach Persson is a writer and feature director in his own right with the upcoming sci-fi film The Hades Machine. Along with his background as a filmmaker his experience includes years acting in theater since age 15, and has appeared in other films, he also has worked as an acting coach. Zach’s good looks, charisma and natural acting skills add up to bring real life to the lead role of Joe in Bad Signs.
Meredith Adelaide is a film actor and singer/co-writer of the musical duo "Josh and Mer." Recent successes include writing the network theme song for the BBC Kids/CBeebies channel, guest starring on TNT's Leverage. Along with TV commercials and print ads, she has been the featured model for designers such as Elizabeth Dye, Favor Jewelry, and Twigs and Honey.
Greg James has been acting on-stage and in film and commercials since he was 15. He is most known for his past role of Dean in "The Dividing Hour," when he was featured on "Roger Ebert's At The Movies" as being in one of the top cult-independent films of all-time. Since then, he has starred in such notable feature films as "Damaged Goods," "The Heater," and "The Sexy Chef."
Airisa Durand has been in the acting world since she was in high school. She has acted in Colorado, Arizona and recently in Oregon. Acting mostly in commercials, short films, and educational pieces she gained a love for acting in front of the camera. In the summer of 2011 she was in her first full feature film ‘Gabby’s Wish,’ written and directed by Hollie Olson. She’s now excited to be a part of her third feature film, ‘Bad Signs.’
Hollie Olson's acting experience includes leads and principal roles in independent films such as Ingenium (2011) The Innocent (2011) Crimps (2011), James VS Realty (2010) All Roads Lead Home (2009), The Tunnel (2009), Table 16 (2006) among many others. Her love of the film industry now includes her work behind the scenes as a writer, director, editor of her own projects.
Adrienne Vogel started her acting career coming from Portland Actor's Conservatory. She then went on to appear in numerous short and indie films as well as commercials and industrials work. Her film and TV acting credits include James vs. Reality, James Westby's Rid of Me, The Brothers Freeman's Wake Before I Die and Cell Count, a speaking role in the TV series Leverage and the popular YouTube webseries, 'The Haunting of Sunshine Girl.'
Marcella Laasch has been a professional actress for most her life, landing countless roles in short and feature length films in the Portland and LA markets. A memorable lead role was in the film The Counter which went on to win several film festivals and her a Best Actress Award at the NW SHORT FILM FESTIVAL in 2010. She won along with her cast again as the 48 film race honored On The Wrong Foot with Best Acting Ensemble as well as Audience Favorite.
Daniel Knight is a hard working actor who devotes his energy, passion, and time to both the creative and business sides of his career. He has appeared in over a dozen films, three television series, and several national and regional commercials. Daniel’s film credits include principal roles in the feature films Gabby’s Wish and Jordon along with appearances in To Kill an Irishman and Love n Dancing and was recently on the hit NBC show Grimm.
Megan Carver has been acting professionally for over 10 years across the northwest. She has appeared in feature films such as The Buskers and Lou and A Standing Still, and co-starred in the hit TNT series, Leverage. She has worked on the stage in productions such as Hairspray and Forbidden Broadway.
Kc Guyer began his acting career in 2010. KC’s charismatic personality coupled with many years of sales/marketing experience has propelled him to become a full-time working actor in the Portland and Seattle markets. KC can be seen in hamming it up in NBC's Grimm, various indie films, print ads, and commercials in the Pacific NW.
Patrick D. Green
Patrick D. Green is a theatre and film actor who recently located to the Pacific Northwest from Houston, TX. He is currently represented by Topo Swope Talent.
Rachel Risor is a refreshing part of the Portland Film industry. Her dedication, professionalism and genuine personality make her fun to work with. She has made appearances in numerous indie films and commercials. When she is not on camera, she entertains as a professional pianist and loves helping people save money as a telecommunications broker.
Edward Stiner began acting in 2008 and has appeared in feature length films including Twilight and Archives of the Fantastic, television shows including Leverage and Portlandia, played Uncle Billy in the stage play It’s a Wonderful Life and the Falcon in the musical Sleeping Beauty, and has been in several award winning festival films and internet web shows.
J.V. Williams got his start in acting with the short film 'James vs Reality.' Williams stole the show and had the best laughs in the film, which went on to 30 festivals and won 2011's famed Dragon*Con.