Charlie | Celiné Justice
Celiné Justice was born and raised in San Francisco and currently resides in Brooklyn. A graduate of Brown University she also recently completed the two-year Meisner program at Esper Studio in NYC. Her film and television credits include roles in the upcoming feature film, Split, and the pilot, Breuckelen. Check out her latest projects at www.celinejustice.com.
Lyla | Grayson Brannen
Grayson Brannen is a Brooklyn-based actor, performer, yoga teacher, dreamer. Since graduating from NYU Tisch (Atlantic Theater Company, Experimental Theater Wing, International Theater Wing) she has been working in many disciplines, always drawn to stories that ache to be told, that move people in a new way. Recent theater credits include a workshop of a new show Rite of Spring (Theater C), and currently a reading of a new play Anything New (NYU Steinhardt); recent films include High Meadows (dir. Alex Smolow), Midnight Masses (dir. Natasha Kermani), several NYU and Columbia grad projects, dance films, and experimental works. Grayson is thrilled to join the cast of ONE PAST and looks forward to sharing this powerful story.
Rafael | Donovan Christie, Jr.
Donovan Christie Jr. is a graduate of Columbia University’s Masters of Fine Arts program with a concentration in acting. Since accomplishing his degree in the spring of 2012 Donovan has found a number of ways to grow artistically, working on a number of independent features such as “Dusty Cowboy” as Cotton, and the Urban Thriller, “Tears of a Phoenix” as Rico. He was featured in Eric Engs “Drunk Still Drinking” as Mazout at La MaMa in the fall of 2012. He has also had the opportunity to share his talents and experiences as a teaching artist for Classic Stage Company’s, Young Company.
Doug | Ryan Preimesberger
Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Ryan spent twelve years in Los Angeles working in film, television, and commercials. A student of theatre and improv comedy, Ryan studied at the famed Groundling's Theatre and Improv Olympic West in Hollywood. He also attended UCLA where he studied Political Science and Screenwriting. Upon moving to New York City in 2009, he continued improv comedy at The Upright Citizens Brigade and The Peoples Improv Theatre and has since had several small roles on Saturday Night Live.