At just 21 years old, Maika Monroe has already demonstrated her many talents on an international level.
Monroe first exploded onto the scene in the drama “At Any Price,” starring opposite Zac Efron and Dennis Quaid after the film debuted to rave reviews at the Venice, Toronto and Telluride Film Festival. Following this success, she was featured opposite Josh Brolin and Kate Winslet in the drama “Labor Day,” written and directed by Jason Reitman.
Just last year, Monroe starred in the psychological thriller “The Guest,” which made its debut at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival and was also show at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival. She can next be seen in the horror “It Follows,” which centers on a teenage girl who finds herself plagued by disturbing visions and the inescapable sense that something is following her after she has a strange sexual encounter. The film will show at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival following its debut to rave reviews at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival.
Monroe is currently in production for Sony Picture’s highly anticipated sci-fi “The Fifth Wave,” opposite Chloe Grace Moretz and Live Schreiber. Set to release in January 2016, the film is based on a novel of the same name by Rick Yancey and is the first installment in the trilogy.
In addition to her blossoming acting career, Monroe is also one of the top ranked female kite boarders in the world. She has competed on an international level since 2009 and recently took second place at the 2012 Red Bull International Big Air Style competition. While acting takes up most of her time these days, she strives to keep one foot in Hollywood and one in the sand.
Daniel Zovatto made his feature film debut in Innocence, an adaptation of Jane Mendelsohn’s best selling teen novel directed by Hilary Brougher for Killer Films. Daniel played the role of ‘Hirsch' opposite Linus Roache, Perry Reeves, Sophie Curtis, and Graham Phillips. Daniel was also the lead in the Chiller Network's Beneath, a horror film directed by Larry Fessenden.
2014 has continued to be a busy one for Zovatto with the Sundance premiere of Lynn Shelton's Laggies, playing opposite Sam Rockwell, Chloe Grace Moretz, and Keira Knightley, and a starring role in David Robert Mitchell's It Follows. Daniel can also be seen on the small screen playing memorable guest roles on ABC's “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” and “Revenge.”
Olivie Luccardi blasted onto the scene in a memorably acerbic role on HBO's “Girls” and has since had a banner 2013 with supporting roles in feature films including Frank Whaley's Like Sunday, Like Rain opposite Leighton Meester, Marc Lawrence's The Rewrite opposite Hugh Grant, and the cutting edge independent film It Follows directed by David Robert Mitchell. In 2014, Olivia can be seen starring opposite Dakota Fanning in Gerardo Naranjo's yet-to-be-titled feature, where she will play Rebecca, a roadie who befriends Vienna (Dakota Fanning) as she travels on a journey of self-discovery while on tour with a punk band in the 1980s. This summer, Olivia can be seen on the new season of Netflix's “Orange is the New Black.”
Aside from acting, Olivia curates and produces an art program called THE QUARTERLY ARTS SOIREE at Webster Hall in the East Village of NYC. It’s an art collaborative of various mediums.
Keir Gilchrist was born in London, England and lived in Boston and New York City before settling in Toronto, which is where he currently calls home. Keir has taken drama classes since he was very young and at the encouragement of a Toronto drama teacher, decided to pursue acting professionally. Keir starred in the critically acclaimed Showtime series “The United States of Tara” opposite Toni Collette and John Corbett. Prior to that, he starred in the Fox television series “The Winner” opposite Rob Corrdry. He has also had many memorable guest appearances on shows including “Family Guy,” “Queer as Folk,” and “The Listener.” Some of Gilchrist’s film credits include the title role of Peck in the feature film Just Peck opposite Brie Larson, as well as The Rocker, The Egg Factory, and Dead Silence. Gilchrist starred in the Focus Features film It’s Kind of a Funny Story from writer-directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck (Half Nelson), opposite Zach Galifianakis, Emma Roberts, and Viola Davis. Keir also starred in the mini-series “Delete” opposite Seth Green.
The last year has been an incredibly busy one for Keir, shooting the independent films Dark Summer as well as It Follows. Most recently, Keir shot the ABC pilot SEA OF FIRE and will soon commence shooting the independent film Len and Company opposite Juno Temple and Rhys Ifans.
Jake Weary was introduced to the entertainment industry from an early age, having been raised by an award-winning daytime actress mother and actor/director father. Jake began following in their footsteps in his early teens with his first role on his mom's hit soap opera show CBS' “Guiding Light.” After booking guest roles on shows such as NBC's “Law & Order: SVU” and “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” he originated the role of 'Luke Snyder' on the CBS serial “As the World Turns,” eventually leaving the role to focus on school full-time.
This year, Jake can be seen in David Robert Mitchell's It Follows, an official selection of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, and Jordan Rubin's horror spoof Zombeavers, which premiered at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival. Other notable film appearances include Brett Simon's Assassination of a High School President and Kaare Andrews' Altitude. Recent television credits include a multi-episode arc on NBC's hit drama “Chicago Fire” and the Lifetime movie Escape from Polygamy.
Jake currently lives in Los Angeles, where he also pursues his other passion of writing and producing his own music.
Lili Sepe first came on to the scene in her debut film, Spork, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival 2010. Since then, she has appeared in over 15 national commercials and can be seen in the independent horror film It Follows, written and directed by David Robert Mitchell, which will premiere at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival in Critics’ Week 2014.