An overly-competitive couple's innocent game takes an unexpected turn when one of them bends the rules.
Cast & Crew
WRITER, PRODUCER, "SARAH"
Sally Brooks is bicoastal actress with numerous TV, stage, film and voice over credits to her name. She is a graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy and studied at ACT Summer Training Congress under Annette Bening. Some of her most recent credits include Baskets, The Middle, Shameless and the web series, Where the Bears Are. She has performed on stage at GeVa, Syracuse Stage, Capitol Rep and Studio Arena. Sally is a partner in the loop group, Hollywood Babble On and has looped thousands of TV shows, including Grey's Anatomy, Modern Family, Blackish, NCIS LA and Silicon Valley. She lives with her husband, daughter, 4 cats and 1 goldfish. www.sallybrooks.com
Bryan Erwin is a Los Angeles based comedian/writer/producer/director with eighteen years of experience in film, television and commercials. Bryan's projects in film include the feature comedy FIXED (writer/producer) and the drama Deuces (producer). In television Bryan co-wrote and produced the comedy pilots Sales Guys and The Fives for Louie Anderson and Barry Katz, created and starred in DADS on Disney Jr. and wrote for the hit Disney show Code 9. On the web, Bryan created the critically acclaimed "Sordahon's Journey" campaign for the video game Two Worlds Two and the Youtube sensation Policeman vs Fireman.
A former radio DJ and band manager from Wisconsin, Bryan moved to Los Angeles to be a stand up comedian and creator. He got married, had kids, a vasectomy and is a two term PTA President. He still does stand up and was known in a very small industry circle as the guy who ran the most popular filming location in Hollywood, The Herald Examiner Building. Bryan has worked on over 800 productions and is considered to be the most "Unknown Known" person in Los Angeles. Bryan can also be heard bi-weekly on the podcast Hollywood Anonymous, a show celebrating the less celebrated in Hollywood.
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY,
Peter Spruyt is a Los Angeles based film-maker, writer, actor and stand-up comedian.
Peter has had numerous TV and film roles including "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," "Better Off Ted," and "My Name Is Earl." He had a regular role as “Boring Larry” on the critically acclaimed USA Network show, "Benched.” Peter played 'Alaird Dupree’ in William H. Macy’s directorial debut, "Rudderless.” Spruyt's early film work ranges from roles in "Men in Black II" to "Down with Love." As a stand-up, Peter has been featured on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," Comedy Central's "Premium Blend," and numerous festivals, including The Chicago Comedy Festival, "Just for Laughs," the Montreal Comedy Festival, The Bridgetown Comedy Festival and The Bentzen Ball in Washington DC. He has performed in clubs and casinos throughout the country. Peter grew up in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, studied theater at Northwestern University and trained with the world-famous Groundlings Theater in Los Angeles. He lives in Los Feliz, with his wife, daughter, 4 cats, 1 goldfish, 1 general contractor and 4 day laborers.
PRODUCER, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
At seventeen, Philadelphia native Stephanie Little moved to Los Angeles, where she studied at The Groundlings Theater, with Howard Fine, Anthony Meindl, Lesley Kahn and in a summer intensive program at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Stephanie's LA TV credits include The Neighbors, Law and Order, In Living Color among other shows. She also performed at the HBO workspace under the direction of This Is Us creator, Dan Fogelman. Stephanie currently resides in New York, where she has created several projects. Her short film, stUck, screened at the New York International Film Festival, Brooklyn Short Film festival and Holly Shorts monthly screening series. The web-series she created and co-wrote, KILLING THE apologetic GIRL, is circulating at festivals and won best pilot at the 2016 Dances With Films festival in Los Angeles. Stephanie recently finished filming season two of The Other F Word, streaming on Amazon. Stephanie's other NY credits include a supporting role in the upcoming film, Furlough, and as the wife of Christopher Stanley digital series KICK. Stephanie's short project, The Small, is in post production.
Julie Suronen moved to Los Angeles a little over 12 years ago from Toronto, Canada to pursue a career in stand up comedy and the entertainment industry. She has performed in major clubs, coffee shops, and in competitions from Toronto and Montreal to Los Angeles and New York City. After a few years, Julie fell into film production and changed her primary focus to filmmaking. She worked in many areas including; costume design, production, and also as a personal assistant to actor Steven Bauer (Scarface, Primal Fear, Breaking Bad, Ray Donovan). Julie has been responsible for putting together numerous features and shorts together in New York and Los Angeles. Her most recent project, “ANDOVER”(2018) has won best picture and audience choice awards at the Orlando Film Festival, and in competition in several film festivals all over North America. Julie is also a successful talent manager and has her own company “Flicka Entertainment”. She has several projects on the horizon for 2018.
Chris is an actor and writer who lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two young sons. In addition to his on-camera work in commercials, television and film, Chris has a very busy commercial voice-over career for companies such as Apple, Disney, Whirlpool, Honda and Sprint to name only a few. He currently has two television pilots: "Muscle Shoals" and "Tropic Air" in development.
Matt Corboy started acting in Japanese television commercials in his home town of Honolulu, Hawaii. After moving to Los Angeles, he did most of his acting training in the improv theater community and IO West. Matt has appeared in over 120 National Television commercials and 85 television shows and movies. Most notably, The Descendants with George Clooney, Modern Family, The Mick and How To Get Away With Murder.
Justin Chambers is currently shooting his 14th season playing Dr. Alex Karev on ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy. He has appeared opposite Lolita Davidovich in Harvest of Fire and in CBS's Rose Hill opposite Jennifer Garner. Justin made his screen debut in Liberty Heights, a Barry Levinson drama followed by The Three Musketeers as "D'Artagnan" alongside Catherine Deneuve and Mena Suvari. In addition to several other projects, Chambers co-starred in The Wedding Planner with Matthew McConaughey and Jennifer Lopez and in the thriller, The Zodiac, as obsessed police detective, Sgt. Matt Parish. Justin has five children with his wife, Keisha Chambers. The two have been married since 1993.
Stephanie Allynne is a writer and actor. She recently wrote and appeared on the critically acclaimed Amazon series One Mississippi and can be seen on Adult Swim's Dream Corp LLC, Showtime's Twin Peaks (dir. David Lynch), In A World (dir. Lake Bell), and People Places Things (dir. Jim Strouse). Stephanie will be appearing in the upcoming season of Netflix's Love, HBO's Room 104, The Front Runner (dir. Jason Reitman) and Pacific Rim 2. She is currently developing a one-hour drama with HBO and performs regularly with her improv group Wild Horses at UCB and Largo in Los Angeles.
The night before shooting a transformer blew out in front of our primary location and production HQ that took out electricity throughout most of the neighborhood. We had to scramble to find a coffee shop and Kinkos with power and wifi so we could finish up and send out call sheets.
SOMEONE YOU KNOW
"Someone You Know is perfect!! Sweet, surprising and scary with great acting and under 15 minutes. It's basically sex without the awkward goodbye.”
-- Jon Kinnally
(Executive Producer, “Will & Grace”)
“Someone You Know is a delight. Funny, well-paced, superbly acted, and expertly observed. Goes right to the heart of the weird games married people play, where the fun can turn to menace and dread in an instant.”
-- Jonathan Groff
(Executive Producer, “Blackish”)
“I was laughing, I was laughing, I was laughing... but then I got scared!!!!!
-- Kelly Stables