Elisabeth Röhm was born in Düsseldorf, Germany, to American writer Lisa Loverde, and Eberhard Röhm, a German-born partner at the law firm of Duane Morris LLP New York. They relocated to New York City, near Elisabeth's first birthday. An equestrian enthusiast, Elisabeth began competing professionally at the age of 5. She cultivated southern roots at St. Andrews Sewanee, a boarding school in Tennessee, later achieving an A average, majoring in European History (specifically related to the Second World War) with minors in theater and writing at Sarah Lawrence College.
Trained at The Lee Strasberg Institute and Playhouse West, Shayla Beesley first made the spotlight as the lead, Daisy Hopper, in the theatrical release of Perkins 14. She later walked the red carpet of the Deauville Film Festival for her lead role in the teen drama, Sex and the USA. She has since taken the indie world by storm with her supporting roles in Steven R. Monroe's "MoniKa"; alongside James Duval and Eric Roberts in "Spreading Darkness"; and set to begin filming with Zoe Bell and R.J. Mitte on "The Devils Ink" in 2013. She has guest starred on CSI:NY EP 914 and was the lead in a national Verizon commercial. Shayla is no stranger to being behind the camera either, having written the psychological thriller, "Body of Work". She is represented by Untitled Entertainment.
Guinevere Turner was born on May 23, 1968 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA as Guinevere Jane Turner. She is an actress and writer, known for American Psycho (2000), Chasing Amy (1997) and Go Fish (1994).
Valentina de Angelis was born June 12, 1989 in New York City, USA. She started acting at the age of 10 and studied at Lee Strasberg as well studying under various acting coaches. At the age of 12, she starred in her first film, "Off the Map" with Joan Allen, Sam Elliot and J.K. Simmons, directed by Campbell Scott. Her career launched when the film premiered at both Sundance and Cannes film festivals and was given a "Star of Tomorrow" award for her performance.