Jonathan Rossetti

co-writer, director, JAMES

Jonathan is a graduate of the Conservatory Program at the Atlantic Acting School in New York City and the Advanced Program in Los Angeles, where he was taught by David Mamet, William H. Macy, Felicity Huffman and others.  He has appeared in many films and shorts including The Fall of 1980, Spartan, Redbelt, Smoke, Mirrors and on television in The Unit.  On stage Jonathan has appeared off-Broadway in Keep Your Pantheon (Atlantic Theater), 10x20 (Atlantic Theater), the World Premier of Keep Your Pantheon in Los Angeles (Center Theater Group), and many performances of LIVEworks with Acorn Pictures,  among others.  Happily married to Alyx Rossetti, Jonathan currently resides in Los Angeles but his heart will always belong to Tulsa.

Kerry Knuppe


Kerry Knuppe studied acting in Denver, Colorado under renowned acting coach Bill Howey for several years which led her to star in several short films in Denver, paving the way to the lead role of "Lucy" in the successful Indie comedy "Skills Like This"   She can also be seen in other indies including "The Sensei" directed by Diana Lee Inosanto,  "A Perfect Ending" co-starring John Heard and Morgan Fairchild as well as "Taking Capella" with Rudolf Martin.  Kerry recently snagged the role of Marlene on CBS's new pilot "Vegas" as well as a co-starring role on ABC'S "Revenge."

Julie Gearheard

co-writer, producer, SAM

Julie is originally from Sapulpa, Oklahoma and is very excited to return to her home state to make a movie.  She is very grateful to see this project come to life and be working with such talented people.  Julie received her B.F.A. in Drama from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts where she studied at the Atlantic Theater Company Acting School. She has appeared in various short films, webseries, and onstage productions.  Thank you to her family and friends for all of their support and to her fellow filmmakers on this project for all of their hard work.

Rick Dacey


Rick is a graduate of the Atlantic Theater's Two Year Conservatory as well as their LA Advanced Program and Vermont Intensive. He is also a member of the Upright Citizens Brigade's Advanced Study Program. After being cut out of his first two feature films (Little Children & The Girl From Monday) he's watched the footage to prove he will be seen as the lead role of Wes Carver in the upcoming Indie feature, Decoration. He has done many short films and performed on the stage of many notable alleyways and rooftops in NYC and LA. He can currently be seen online as Zach in the web series, The Majestic Theater Co. ( Rick hopes to someday own a sailboat. 

Marshall Bell


A tall, imposing character actor with a penetrating stare, Marshall Bell has provided excellent support in a variety of roles and genres. He was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on September 28, 1942, and had been working as a consultant, teaching senior executives how to improve their speaking skills, prior to starting an acting career relatively late in life. His connection was his wife, the veteran costume designer Milena Canonero, herself a winner of three Academy Awards and nominee for five more. He made his motion picturedebut in the drama "Birdy", which was seen by enough people to effectively jump-start his career. One of his next few roles was one of his most infamous: the creepy Coach Schneider of "A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 2: Freddy's Revenge". But the role that really got him noticed was as resistance leader George / Kuato in "Total Recall" (the role re-united him with Arnold Schwarzenegger, as he'd played a hit man in the comedy "Twins"). Other substantial film roles include a frightening homeless man terrorizing Bill Paxton in the movie "The Vagrant", Gordies' emotionally distant father in "Stand By Me", and General Owen in the movie "Starship Troopers", re-uniting him with "Total Recall" director Paul Verhoeven. He's done many TV series, including 'G vs. E', 'Wiseguy', 'The X-Files', 'Tales from the Crypt', 'Hill Street Blues', 'House', and 'Deadwood'. He's also appeared in commercials and done voice-over work.

Kathleen Rose Perkins


Kathleen Rose Perkins grew up in New Baltimore, Michigan, a small town 40 miles north of Detroit. The sister of four older brothers, she enjoyed her alone time making up plays and putting them on for people in the neighborhood. This inevitably led to a high school career in which she was very involved with the school's drama and choir program. Kathleen attended Western Michigan University, and in just over three years she acquired a BFA in Musical Theatre. After traveling parts of the Midwest performing in various regional theaters, Kathleen made her way to Los Angeles. She spent a few years in odd jobs and acting classes, then started working with a management company she could trust. Since then, Kathleen has worked solely as an actress in film and television. She's collaborated with such performers as Chris O'Donnell, Courteney Cox, Christina Applegate, as well as many other fine actors. Credits include "Without a Trace", "How I Met Your Mother", "Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas", a recurring role on HBO's "Tell Me You Love Me" and Michael Bay's "The Island". She has also devoted time to projects personally important to her, such as an award-winning short film she wrote and starred in, a documentary about her family, and achieving a black belt in Taekwondo.

Mary Quick


Mary is a NY native, living in LA and now OK-bound (for a few weeks at least - BOOMER).  She has her B.F.A. from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, where she studied at the Atlantic Theater Company.  Mary has appeared in numerous film and stage productions, most notably in the 24 Hour Plays with Nate Corddry and Max Casella, and in last summer's Off-Broadway premier ofHerman Kline's Midlife Crisis with Adam LeFevre.  

Teresa Reilly


Teresa Reilly hails from King of Prussia, Pennsylvania and got her start working in acclaimed regional theaters Theatre Horizon and Florida Studio Theatre.  She has been seen in a bevy of webseries, films and onstage productions in both New York and Los Angeles.  She studied at the Atlantic Acting School and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts through New York University's Tisch School of the Arts as well as with the faculty at Yale University School of Drama.  She's grateful to be part of the Home, James family and proud to call herself Tulsa's newest fan. 

George Su


George Su is a San Francisco-born, Houston-raised, and LA-based cinematographer.  His passion for filmmaking is fueled by creating emotional impact through visual storytelling.  Since completing an MFA in Cinematography from the American Film Institute, George has photographed numerous narrative features and shorts, which have screened at film festivals including Berlin, Oberhausen, Clermont-Ferrand, Slamdance, Seattle International, and Worldfest.George's work has also been featured on most TV networks including MTV, VH1, BET, BRAVO, DISCOVERY, ANIMAL PLANET, and FOOD NETWORK.