Brian Isom moved to Los Angeles from Gadsden, Alabama in 2011. He studied and received his Bachelor's degree in cinematography from Columbia College Hollywood in Tarzana, CA.
He proceeded to work in showbiz as soon as he moved to the west coast. His first job was playing the role as a bailiff on “We the People with Gloria Allred" which is a syndicated court show where he was nominated for a Daytime-Emmy. Shortly after that, he began working behind the scenes as a camera operator, as well as becoming a stage manager on shows ranging from sitcoms to daytime reality. He is passionate about working in the entertainment industry and continues to work creatively with others who are also passionate.
In addition, he also has served 14 years in the military as a staff sergeant working in infrastructure rebuilding. In his spare time, he spends his time volunteering at Big Brothers Big Sisters of LA where he shares his experiences with young African-American males.
Southern born and “Windy City” raised, Dazelle Yvette has always had an eye for entertainment. At the age of 14, she began her path in business as a professional model. Sneaking in under the age radar, her skills landed her a modeling debut on the runway with Canadian Mist. Stomping runways across the country, ultimately in Paris and gracing various magazines, it was inevitable that she would set her goals on the next step, acting. Focused on acting, she became a student at Act One Studio. Dazelle then moved on to making moves. Although it was background, she landed her first roll in “Barbershop” and then on to roles in "Ice Harvest" and then Indie films in Chicago like, "Girls Like Us" as well as others. Her talent and experience wasn’t limited there. With her eye on the prize, Dazelle headed to LA to make her mark in 2013.
In 2014, when approached to host a talk radio show, she jumped at the chance hosting and producing her show, “Woman to Woman…Let’s Talk.” Dazelle found a certain comfort in yet another medium. From hosting a radio show she also began producing The Comedy Blast. Bringing her Chicago flare to LA, Dazelle Yvette is one to keep an eye on!
Juliette Hagerman was born in Chicago but came to L.A. and started her television and film career featuring in several commercials including McDonald's. She also worked with several major artists like Vesta Williams as a backup singer and dancer among others. Her dancing credits are with the history making show, "Soul Train" as a featured stage dancer for many years.
She has television and film credits in front of the camera and behind the scenes. She can be seen in the films; "Sister Act 2," "A Fight for Jenny," and "B.A.P.S." Her TV credits include; "The Parkers," "The Garry Shandling Show" and The Prime-Time Emmys. Juliette’s producing credits include; (International credits in Africa), "Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria" and Silverbird International Fashion Shows.
Michelle is a native Californian, who loves to experience life to the fullest! She has a go-getter mentality, and has a B.A. in Business Admin and an MBA in nonprofit management. Along with the occasional modeling or acting gig, Michelle is a Realtor and wants to use her education and experience to develop affordable housing in the future. Her big heart and smile are just a few of her captivating qualities. Keep an eye out for this girl!
Anya Bay (born Anya Bykova) is a Russian-American film producer and actress. Anya has discovered her passion for acting at the age of 12 when she started performing in the theater in her hometown Chelyabinsk. Several years later she moved to California to keep building her career. She`s been a part of multiple live shows ("Murder in the Louvre", "Witherspoon Millions"), Independent films ("Soldiers" -produced by Jean Claude Van Damme, "Dragon Medal", "The Law" etc.), commercials ("Adidas", "Pepsi").
Being a true artist and storyteller, Anya was always been fascinated by the whole process of film-making and decided to gain production and writing experience. For the last 2 years she has successfully produced several short films, music videos and a feature film, “Snowbound”.