CAST & CREW

CAST

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Brock Riebe as Kasey Keind 

Brock is a filmmaker, actor, writer, singer/songwriter from Madison, WI. He has earned a degree in Communications from the University of WI at Madison. Incall is both his feature film acting as well as directorial debut.

His goal as a filmmaker (and actor) is to create stories, characters and scenarios that deal with issues, not readily or honestly explored by mainstream media, in a fresh, innovative and entertaining way. Brock has a wide breadth of experience in media including work at the following: Random House, Lorne Michael’s Broadway Video, and WSVN-Miami. He has lived and worked in New York City, San Francisco, Miami, and Chicago.


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Ben Muller as Marco
Incall is Ben’s feature film debut. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Ben moved to Chicago to study acting at the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University. Over the past 8 years, he has worked  at theatres throughout Chicagoland, including Chicago Shakespeare, First Folio Theatre, and the Chicago Mammals.

Most of Ben’s experience is in classic theatre and physical comedy, which he demonstrates as an active ensemble member at Piccolo Theatre, and the Dead Writers Theatre Collective.


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Lillian Lamour as Beth
Lillian is a Chicagoland actress and “Scream Queen”! She is known for creative and particularly disgusting death scenes.

She has always been a fan of make-believe. As a young girl, Lillian dreamed of being in the movies.
She enjoyed creating stories and adventures for herself  and other neighborhood kids to play, pretending that they were in a movie. Lillian began her official journey into the world of acting in high school, where she took acting classes, and performed in local plays.

She studied acting technique at Chicago’s Act One Studios. Her focus there was on the “Meisner technique” of repetition, pushing boundaries, embracing vulnerability, and truthfully creating a character. Some of her best known works include various episodes of the Michigan based TV sexy horror series “The Midnight Hour”, the horror thriller “Gordon Finn”, and the film “Candie’s Harem”


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David Whitman as Mr. Hitch
David is a Character Actor specializing in comedic roles. On YouTube, he plays Doctor Scuba in The Situation Comedy web series: “Fucked! in Space”  David was always a little old Man, even when he was young.


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Jonny Blackstone as Detective Eniss
Jonny is a photographer. actor. singer and all-around artist.  He is also the owner of Jonny Blackstone Productions.


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Nicholas Taylor as Allen
Nicholas has been performing in Chicago since 2007 where he acted in and assistant directed the new film We Grew Up Here. He has been featured on The Travel Channel, MTV, in the award winning Indie Memphis film Act One and was most recently seen in two productions at Redmoon Theater in Chicago, Boneshaker and Skelebration.

Film aside, Nicholas is an actor/singer who has performed on stage with the American Choral and Director’s Association of San Antonio, TX, the Durango Shakespeare Festival in CO, in A Soldier’s Tale at the Germantown Performing Arts Center of Tennessee and numerous productions in Memphis, TN. Nicholas also hosts a monthly comedy podcast party in Chicago known as AWSM Comedy Radio produced by Awesomonster, manages two YouTube channels and is a freelance writer for various blogs and projects.

Other film and stage credits include Into the Woods, The Last Five Years, The Tempest, Twelfth Night, The Good Doctor, Waiting for God, Godspell, Welcome to Dreadville IV and Modern Love. Nicholas holds a BFA in Theatre from the University of Memphis and can be contacted by visiting www.nicholasdaletaylor.com.


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Frank Kondorf as “Bob”
After a long and storied career as a self-taught musician, Frank has habitually reinvented himself and continues to dive head-on toward the most interesting and challenging creative opportunities he can find.

Whether appearing in art installments, theatrical performances, experimental, short, or feature-length films, he has portrayed everything from doctors, killers, priests and clowns, to even the Devil himself. (Oh, and Walt Disney, too.). He was born in and continues to tolerate Chicago, Illinois.


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Paul Russell as “Dave”
A regular player in the Chicago independent filmmaking scene. Paul has been in many films and music videos.


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Bill Beck as Dead Massage Client
Bill is a native Chicagoan. Although he’s been a life-long fan of television and cinema, he only recently began exploring his talents as an actor. Most of Bill’s work to date has been on the small screen with appearances on the television series Crisis, Mind Games, Shameless, Chicago Fire and Chicago PD.


CREW

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Executive Producer/Producer: Steven Deibert
Steven is an attorney originally from Wausau, Wisconsin. He practiced commercial and employment litigation for 7 years in New York. During that time, he got involved in acting, writing and producing numerous short films.

He quickly realized that independent filmmakers face (often unknowingly) a wide array of complex legal issues relating to contacts, employment, trademark and a host of other issues. He decided that his film experience and legal background ideally suited him to producing, rather than acting.

Incall is his first feature length film as executive producer.


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Writer/Director/Producer: Brock Riebe
Brock is a filmmaker, actor, writer, singer/songwriter from Madison, WI. He has earned a degree in Communications from the University of WI at Madison. Incall is both his feature film acting as well as directorial debut.

His goal as a filmmaker (and actor) is to create stories, characters and scenarios that deal with issues, not readily or honestly explored by mainstream media, in a fresh, innovative and entertaining way. Brock has a wide breadth of experience in media including work at the following: Random House, Lorne Michael’s Broadway Video, and WSVN-Miami. He has lived and worked in New York City, San Francisco, Miami, and Chicago.


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Director of Photography: Chris Phillips
Chris is the founder of the Coolcats Collective. An organization that combines the skills of all types of artists into works of art that reflect and affect the world around them.  Drawing from influences that range from street art, rave culture, and fine art we aim to create content that inspires on both a technical and philosophical level.