Brian Krause
Brian Krause is a native of Orange County, California. Brian is best known for his portrayal of Leo Wyatt for eight seasons on Aaron Spelling's popular TV series "Charmed" (1998 – 2006/The WB). While his acting credits span two full decades, Brian also known for his memorable feature performances in Steven King's "Sleepwalkers" and 1991's "Return to the Blue Lagoon". Brian's most recent efforts include the title role in the highly anticipated horror feature "Cyrus: Mind of a Serial Killer" where he stars along side Lance Henriksen (the Alien films). Brian has also recently been seen in the hit television series "CSI Miami", "Mad Men" and "The Closer."
Grace Johnston
Grace Johnston burst onto the Hollywood scene as a young child in one of the most memorable films of the eighties, the Bette Midler classic "Beaches." Her comfort and believability in front of the camera lead her to play
opposite some of the hottest stars of the decade including Michael Keaton and Rene Russo in "One Good Cop", and Mare Winningham in "God Bless the Child". Grace's run continued with booking more than 35 nationally syndicated television commercials, while also having several guest-star roles on hit television series such as "The Cosby Show" and "Ghostwriter." Johnston's ability to lure in audiences garnered her critical acclaim and her efforts were praised with a "Best Actress" nomination at the Daytime Emmy™ Awards for her role in "Notes for My Daughter." Grace decided to take a break from acting in the early part of the new millennium to focus on school and family but returned in force with memorable roles in films including "Bloodlines", "Once More With Feeling", "Witness Insecurity", and TV's "The Closer."
Ryan Merriman
Ryan Merriman is just twenty-eight yet he has a full eighteen years of television and film experience and has developed an extensive list of film and television credits, which have enabled him to work with some of Hollywood's most respected actors. Now with 25 films, four television series and several guest appearances to his credit, Ryan is well recognized in the industry. Recent work includes the television hit series "Pretty Little Liars", "Home of the Giants", Final Destination 3" and "The Ring 2".
Rick Ravanello
Rick Ravanello hails from the tiny seaport town of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. The acting bug took Rick to Vancouver, BC where he caught the eye of Oscar™-winning director Steven Spielberg. From there Rick was thrust into a variety of Hollywood-based projects including the Emmy™-winning series "24", and other series including "Smallville", "Lincoln Heights", "CSI", and most recently, a recurring role on Showtime's popular series "Weeds". Rick's film credits include "Hart's War" where he stared along side Bruce Willis, "The Cave", and "Smoke Jumper".
Andrew Rothenberg
Andrew Rothenberg has been a fixture on the Hollywood screen for nearly two decades with roles in everything from the Fox series "Prison Break", the HBO hit series "True Blood" and AMC's breakout hit "The Walking Dead", to successful films including "Stranger than Fiction" and "The Watcher", starring along side Keanu Reeves. Andrew is a gritty character actor with just the right attitude and on-screen charisma to make "Dead Inside" a very memorable film.
Gianni Capaldi
Gianni Capaldi is a Scottish-born actor/producer who, since 2005, has appeared in twelve films and one television production including the Sony action movie "The Cross" due out May 2011, starring alongside Brian Austin Green, Michael Clarke Duncan, Vinnie Jones, Danny Trejo and Tom Sizemore. Capaldi also starred in the soon-to-be-released "Wish Wizard", alongside Morgan Freeman. Gianni is also slated to star in "Vampires of Hollywood" with Malcolm MacDowell, "Defining Moments" shooting in Canada with Rhys Ifans and nine times Oscar Nominee Peter O'Toole and is playing leading roles in the paranormal movie "Dark Souls" and the the romantic comedy "Complicated". Capaldi also wrote a paranormal thriller called "Grief" in which he will star and produce. "Grief" is currently being packaged by CAA.
Jeremy London
Jeremy London is an actor with two decades of solid experience in front of the camera. From his breakout role in the TV series "I'll Fly Away" and recurring roles on popular series "Party of Five" and "7th Heaven" to Kevin Smith's cult hit "Mallrats" and his masterful portrayal of Captain Alexander Pendleton in Ronald Maxwell's "Gods and Generals", Jeremy has earned his stripes as a sought-after actor with marketable talents.

The Producers are currently in discussions with several other name actors to fill out the rest of the cast and increase the saleability of the finished film.