Born in Israel and raised in both Israel and CT, Daphne has been drawn to strorytelling from a young age- participating in acting productions and engaging in writing through her childhood and youth. After obtaining a BA in Communications and Film from Tel Aviv University Magna Cum Laude, Daphne moved to New York and studied at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute for two years, graduating in March 2014. Since moving to New York, Daphne starred in various plays and films. Her one-act play, Homesick, had a successful debut in February 2014, and is currently being adapted into a film. She is also working on a full length play. Paper Dolls will be her U.S. TV debut as a writer and and actress. For more nformation- visit her website.
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Carlotta Bazzu born in Sardinia, Italy. She always liked to watch movies and play around with cameras. During her junior year of high school, she was picked to be a Rotary Youth Exchange Student. She left her home country to go live in Colorado, where she joined the local high school theatre group. Even if thousands miles away from home, she found a place where she belonged, the stage. Back in Italy, Carlotta gained a diploma in Foreign Languages. She decided that anything is possible, so after being accepted into The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York, she moved back to the States, where she studies the art of acting and performing and she keeps on living her dream.
Elizabeth got her start in Scotland, where she worked as a production assistant for Haphazard Media and was a director of the Half-Cut Film Festival. After a brief stint in investment banking, she trained as an actress at the London Academy of Musical and Dramatic Arts and the Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute. She made her stage debut with Belgian director Christophe Verboomen, originating the lead role Olivia in the play Au Simple du Double, and was a member of the Alice Acting theatre company in London. Since moving to NYC, she has appeared in various short films and commercials.
Ilinca Tuvene is a Romanian-born actress, who has been working in the United States, specifically in New York, since January 2014. In Romania, she was an active member of the “Brainstorming Bucharest” Theater Company, which she eventually managed for a period of three years. She has taken extensive training in drama, dance and improvisation under some of Romania’s greatest actors. She is currently a student in the Two-Year Conservatory program at the prestigious Lee Strasberg Theater & Film Institute. During her stay in New York, she has been involved in numerous performance art pieces and short films. She has also presented the opening notes of the Off-Broadway show Love is French, performed by FloAnkah. At the moment, she is becoming more and more involved with the artistic world of NYC and is planning on starting her own production company.