Stef Dawson is an Australian actress best known for her role as 'Annie Cresta' in THE HUNGER GAMES franchise directed by Francis Lawrence. She recently starred in THE LENNON REPORT, with Richard Kind, Adrienne C Moore and Evan Jonakite, and THE PAPER STORE, with Richard Kind and Penn Badgley, currently on the festival circuit. She also stars in CLEVERMAN, directed by Wayne Blair, an edgy new Australian/New Zealand/US dystopian Sci Fi alongside Ian Glen, Francis O'Connor and Deb Mailman which premiered this month at the Berlinale Film Festival and soon to be aired on Sundance TV. Stef recently completed THE NEST, with Kelsey Grammar, Kellan Lutz and LiBingbing, the biggest Chinese/ Australian co-production by Archlight films. Stef was named as one of PEOPLE Magazine's “Ones to Watch” and was ranked No. 1 on a list of Australia's best up-and-coming actresses.
Ray Abruzzo recently starred in DINNER WITH THE BOYS, written by and also starring Dan Lauria, at New York’s Acorn Theater. He is also a mainstay on television, currently appearing on the hit Amazon series TRANSPARENT (as Sal), and starring for four seasons as Little Carmine Lupertazzi on HBO’s THE SOPRANOS. He has been a series regular or had recurring roles on MAD MEN, L.A. LAW, DYNASTY, NIGHT COURT, DOOGIE HOWSER, M.D., THE PRACTICE, and BOSTON LEGAL, and has guest starred in NYPD BLUE, various LAW & ORDER episodes, NCIS, HOUSE, CRIMINAL MINDS, BROOKLYN 99, and RAY DONOVAN. On the stage, Ray received rave reviews for his performance in the title role of LOMBARDI at Florida’s Mosaic Theatre, and as Sterling in Theresa Rebeck’s MAURITIUS (Pasadena Playhouse). He played Aldo in the world premiere of John Patrick Shanley’s ITALIAN AMERICAN RECONCILIATION, and performed Robert Dubac’s one-man show THE MALE INTELLECT: AN OXYMORON in Chicago and Boston. For 10 years Ray was a part of L.A.’ s Playwrights Kitchen Ensemble. In 1977, he was a founding member of The Bond Street Theatre Coalition.
Rachel de Benedet has appeared on Broadway in CATCH ME IF YOU CAN, (Paula Abagnale--Astaire Award Nomination), THE ADDAMS FAMILY (Morticia opposite Nathan Lane), DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS (Muriel opposite both John Lithgow and Jonathan Pryce,) NINE (with Antonio Banderas) and THE SOUND OF MUSIC. She toured the U.S. as Guenevere in CAMELOT opposite Lou Diamond Phillips, and Elsa in THE SOUND OF MUSIC with Richard Chamberlain. Off Broadway, she starred in Christopher Durang and Peter Melnick's ADRIFT IN MACAO, winning the Barrymore Award for Best Actress for the original Philadelphia Theatre Company production.
PJ currently can be seen on the HBO show VEEP as the CIA director and on GREY’S ANATOMY as the head of hospital security. His TV credits also include Judd Apatow’s just-released Netflix show LOVE. He has recurred on THE GOOD WIFE, BOARDWALK EMPIRE, and LAW AND ORDER SVU. His film credits include ROUNDERS, DIMISHED CAPACITY, SHE HATES ME, and ROMANCE AND CIGARETTES. He has voiced many TV campaigns including TRESemmé and Bounty, and he currently can be heard on a new Dominoes Pizza add. These days you can also hear him narrating Discovery Channel’s LAND RUSH and the Nat Geo documentary on the Ostrich. PJ’s acting roots started in Chicago. He has worked in regional theater as well as on and off Broadway. His credits include both the Steppenwolf Theater’s Sam Shepard’s LIE OF THE MIND at Steppenwolf, and also the Steppenwolf Theater production of Frank Galati’s Broadway Tony award-winning “Best Play” adaption of THE GRAPES OF WRATH. PJ feels privileged to be a part of CREEDMORIA, working with Lee Slimmer, and costumed by his wife Beck Brown.
Steve Cavanaugh is a New Jersey–raised and New York City–based actor. Steve began pursuing acting after graduating Cum Laude from Muhlenberg College where he was a top athlete. He has been fortunate enough to have performed in and collaborated on multiple festival-recognized independent film projects. Steve earned lead roles in SWIM, CASEY, and is thrilled to star alongside Stef Dawson (Hunger Games franchise) in the festival-bound CREEDMORIA. In addition to his film work, Steve recently earned starring episodic roles in two new television series, SHADOW OF DOUBT (Discovery) and BLOOD FEUDS (American Heroes Channel), both airing in early 2016. Steve’s recent commercial work for Tommie Copper can currently be seen nationally. Upcoming projects for Steve include an untitled boxing-centered period piece from Rally Horse Productions, as well as finishing his first original screenplay.
James was born and raised in Connecticut. His first film project was Vicky Wight's THE VOLUNTEER. He most recently worked on a Rabbit Bandini produced film, titled KING COBRA directed by Justin Kelly. He most enjoys being a part of the "Creedmoria family" and working with his coaches at One Take Consulting.
Since his debut as BOY WITH FISH in a local play in his hometown of Roseville, Minnesota, Ryan’s passion for performance has only grown. He has been an active performer on stage and in film in the Twin Cities, New York City, and Los Angeles. Most recently he worked on SHARED ROOMS, a feature film from Guest House Films, directed by Rob Williams.