Teri Anne Wyble was born in the small Cajun town of Arnaudville, Louisiana, the youngest of five children of Huey and Angela Wyble. At an early age, Teri became enamored with performing, specifically in both modeling and dancing. She landed her first on screen role as Dominic Cooper's doomed wife in Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Not one to abandon her modeling roots, Teri traveled to Seeboden, Austria where she was awarded Model of the Year at the 2010 World Bodypainting Festival. Among her most notable roles, Teri appeared on AMC's hit drama The Walking Dead as the vigilant Officer Shepherd and in Terminator: Genisys as the human resistance soldier Mariam. These days, she splits her time between Los Angeles, New Orleans, and Atlanta working in modeling, film, and TV.
Jeremy Sande was born and raised in Meridian, Mississippi. He began acting in musical theatre productions in high school, landing his first major role as Prince Charming in a production of “Cinderella”. Jeremy has participated in over a dozen feature and short films. He can be seen in season 2 of the ABC series Nashville, as well as season 2 of Rectify on Sundance Channel. Jeremy’s recent film bookings include The Duel starring Woody Harrelson and Liam Hemsworth, Battlecreek directed by Alison Eastwood, and Deepwater Horizon directed by Peter Berg and starring Mark Wahlberg, Dylan O’Brien and Kurt Russell.
After receiving her MFA, Ann moved to New York City, one month before 9/11. During her brief stay in NYC, she appeared in the Obie-winning The Romance of Magno Rubio Off- Broadway, originating the role of Clarabelle. At this point, New Orleans was calling her back home.
In the southeast, Ann Mahoney quickly gained a reputation as a chameleon actress in film and television. Able to take on roles that required razor-sharp comic timing (Big Momma's House 2), depth of emotion (Frankenstein - with Parker Posey, Michael Madsen, and Adam Goldberg), and vulnerability (Hart of Dixie [Pilot]), Ann became the go-to actress that could "do anything
When not on set, Ann spends her time working with the next generation of actors, and with her family. She is active in her church, and has a deep love for her native New Orleans.
Kamille McCuin is an actor with an insatiable appetite for the truth. Born in Washington D.C., and raised in Paris, TX, she moved to Dallas, TX pursue a career in modeling, but quickly learned that acting was something she enjoyed more. Kamille has been fortunate to work clients such as JC Penney’s, Mary Kay, BeautiControl, Sephora, TXU, Fruitty Pebbles, Christian Mingle, Oschners Hospital and Westinghouse to name a few. She has also enjoyed being apart of stage productions for The African American Museum of Art and The Dallas Museum of Art, the latter of which was featured in The Dallas Morning News. Kamille McCuin stars in the film “NOLA CIRCUS”, which is a French comedy, filmed on location in New Orleans, written and directed by French director Jean-Luc Annest. Kamille was nominated for a “Best Actress Award” at the PARIS ART AND MOVIE AWARDS in Paris, France and subsequently won the award on September 27, 2015. She has also booked roles on NCIS: NEW ORLEANS and SCREAM QUEENS. Under the careful guidance of Theresa Bell, Kamille has discovered that acting allows her to experience every countenance of human behavior; a process of self-discovery for only the brave to watch. Kamille McCuin has a B.A. in Entrepreneurship and is a trained pilates instructor. Her astrological sign is Libra cusp Scorpio and she loves American Apparel, Oysters, Prosecco and Florence and The Machine.