Scott Ganyo - Andy

From his first amateur adult acting role as Snoopy in "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" on a community theatre stage to his first professional role as Smudge in "Forever Plaid" to his comedy improvisation work at ComedySportz, Scott Ganyo has been well received by critics and audiences alike. Nuvo Magazine called out Scott's work as "impressive!" while the Indianapolis Star raved that he "sings like an angel!"

Scott found his true calling, however, when he joined the film world as part of the cast of Open Micr's - along side such well-known actors as Cindy Morgan (Caddyshack) and David Prowse (Star Wars). But things would really heat up for Scott after accepting his first feature lead as the title character Andy in the supernatural cult comedy "Zorg and Andy!" Scott's innate “All American” persona soon lead to his starring in dramatic works like "First They Came for..." and "Shade of Grey" as well as diverse supporting roles ranging from a priest to a torturer and everything in between. Scott even took a turn as the comic superhero Batman in a send-up of 1960‘s hit TV show in “Star Trek Vs. Batman” (look out, Adam West!). Coincidentally (or perhaps not!), this was soon followed by a featured role in Christopher Nolan’s mega-hit The Dark Knight!

Scott recently wrapped production on a short sci-fi thriller and is developing a sci-fi comedy serial and an action/espionage feature.  A strong believer in Leonardo da Vinci's "renaissance man" ideals, Scott also enjoys the martial arts, SCUBA diving, skiing, rock climbing, and spending quality time with his family and friends.

Kate Rudd - Jen

Kate Rudd lives in scenic Grand Haven, Michigan with her daughters Willow & Ginger. When not on nighttime walks or at the library, they love hanging out at home with their two goldfish, Tolstoy and Nemo Fishie.

Although acting is her true vocation, someone has to pay for the pricey upkeep and appetites of those damn, Kate occupies herself with various creative consulting/writing work and dubious business ventures.

Check out Kate Rudd as 'Cindy' in The Dread alongside Ellen Sandweiss (of Evil Dead fame) and rising star Sally Pressman ('Roxie' on Lifetime's hit Army Wives). Most recently, Kate performed a lead role in Stick in the Mud, an independent short produced by One Story Pictures, slated for festivals in 2008.

Jennifer Wilkens - Colette

Jennifer has appeared in several on-camera performances, including commercials, local programming, a top-tiered role in Northanger Productions' Zorg & Andy as Colette, a supporting role in New Indy Film's Through A Fisheye as Carol, and a featured part in Bunk Film's Hairtrigger II: No Mercy in the role of Bartender. She’s also performed roles in theatre productions of Curl Up & Dye and Double-O-Deadly. In addition to acting, she’s an experienced reporter, co-host on Radio One's Fitness Show, a singer and dancer, fitness consultant, spokesperson, and has done promotions with CBS Sports and Team Penske.

Sally Weatherston - Dr. Harpax

"Sally came up with a take on this character that was genuinely spooky and comedic at the same time. She's too modest to say anything here, so we'll say it ourselves: We love Sally."

Trevor Fanning - Pete

Trevor is thrilled (while on the Zoloft at least), to be making his film debut in "Zorg and Andy," but more importantly and (truly honestly), to have worked with Guy, Quentin, and Paula, et al. Trevor met Guy and Quentin while working at Wabash College - where they immediately took note of his acting prowess, and wrote a vehicle for said talent: the all-aquatic version of Lorca's BERNARDA ALBA. Hailed in Spanish speaking circles in Evansville and Terre Haute, the underwater drama won the hearts, and threw the skeptics for a loop, and set Trevor on a unique acting career, which led, obviously, to this latest venture, a honest-to-goodness film. When not writing his bio, Trevor teaches Theology at a Jesuit high school.

Ben Ayres - Stuart

Ben Ayres resides in Indianapolis and works as an actor and teacher of creative dramatics. Around town he has acted at the Indiana Repertory Theatre, The SadowApe Theatre, The ACTOUT Ensemble, Picture This Interactive Theatre, The Children's Museum and the City Center Children's Theatre. Ben is pleased to make his film debut as Stewart.

Nick Kraynak - The Pig

Nick Kraynak was born on the July 10th 1986 in Indianapolis, IN. In the fourth grade he began performing with the drama program at Speedway United Methodist Church, he's been addicted to the theater ever since. During his youth Nick was bitten by a Moose during a family trip to the region of Caspiar and hasn't been able to *face* life the same way since. Mind you, moose bites can be very nasty. This is a joke, of course, Nick was never attacked by an animal of any sort. He is a Sophomore at Wabash College in Crawfordsville, IN where he is studying Theater and Religion. He enjoys long walks on the beach, candlelit dinners, and being sung to sleep by his parakeet, Wilbur.

Shonna Stout - Sister #3

I just graduated from Ball State University last May. I did a couple student films while I was there. In June I am taking the big journey to California to try my hand at the film industry! Check out my page on My Space!

Danyella Davis - Sister #4

Danyella Davis, born July 7, 1985 in Indianapolis Indiana has always had a passion for the arts. She is a current Ball State student majoring in Journalism, Dance and Theatre. She is an alumnus of The Indianapolis Childrens Choir (ICC) and The Iibada Dance Company,in which she was a member of both for three years and is actively pursing her goals as an aspiring actress, model and writer. She also, has been published by the American Poets Society, performed with the L.O.T.U.S. Stage Tapestry and has received several recognition awards for her writings from Iliad Printing Press. She discovered her love for the arts and has refused to let go since. She hopes to inspire people to be true to themselves and to always follow their heart wherever that may take them.

Marco Noyola - Rich

"Marco Noyola has no time for biographies! He's too busy! Stage! Screen! Art! Design! Science! He's the total package. Someone marry him right now!"

Douglas Weatherston - Cultist Bert

"Doug learned German just for this project. German is hard. If that's not dedication, I'm not sure what else I can tell you."

Nancy R’beck - Cultist Kay

Nancy R'beck has been acting on stage for 40 years.  Oddly enough if you do the math you'll see she started 11 years before she was born!  "Zorg and Andy" is her first movie.  She is set to film a scene for her 2nd movie in April of 2006.  When not acting in movies Nancy is a wife and homeschool mother of two who volunteers her time in the local community theater.

Julie Dietrich Brouton: Charlene Ross

A first time movie voice over actor, Julie has twenty plus years experience in educational and community theatre.  Her favorite roles to date are Sylvia the Labradoodle in "Sylvia," Sister Robert Anne in several of the "Nunsense" musicals, Aunt Bella in "Lost in Yonkers" and Adriana in "Comedy of Errors." She is excited to add "Zorg and Andy," a real, honest to goodness movie, to her resume!  Julie resides in Round Lake Beach, Illinois (not quite in Chicago, not quite in Wisconsin) with her husband, Chris and their very tiny watch dog, Simba. In December of 2009 she and Chris will be directing the play "All Through the Night" at the Rode Center for the Arts in Kenosha, WI.  She is also the founder and director of Acts 29, a Christian drama troupe.  Many thanks to Quentin for remembering an old high school friend, and for giving her this unique opportunity.

Heather Lapham Kuhn - Sister #1

Heather Lapham Kuhn began her professional performance career at age 12 in the role of Duffy in Annie. She holds bachelors degrees in vocal music and commercial art from the University of Indianapolis. Her recent activities include appearing in several independent films, singing with the Indianapolis-based professional choir, Indy VoiceWorks, and recording vocals for the original soundtrack of a local indie film, A Certain Justice. Additionally, she works as a freelance graphic designer through her firm, Concept Design. Heather and her husband, Bryan, have two sons, Robert and Mitchell.

Sherrae Barlow -- Sister #2

"Sherrae is mysterious. She creates art when people least expect it. She's like a performance ninja."

Shane Christopher - Officer

Shane is a native of Illinois and transplanted to Indiana in 1995. A few years ago he was asked to have a small part in a movie and soon caught the "acting bug". Over the past few years he has been involved with numerous indie films. A new look has landed him five new roles in 2006.

Reynaldo Andres Pacheco Muguertegui - Troy

"Reynaldo is an actor, director, writer, and poet. And look at that headshot. Damn handsome, too."

Billy Taylor - Chad

Billy Taylor was bitten by the acting bug at a young age. It didn't grow into performances until he appeared as an extra in To Sir With Love part 2 while attending high school. He followed that up with a featured extra role in the short lived television show E.Z. streets. He knew that making short appearances as extras in film wouldn't give him the break he was looking for So he applied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. After finishing a summer program he accepted Theater roles in Stone water rapture, Five on the black hand side and Murder mystery co. After having a carer stall he recently jumped back into acting full steam ahead. He's appeared in several E.R. television shows, he finished a run in a one act festival with the play circle line, shot the independent movie “Ghetto Story” and recently costarred in a Budweiser commercial. Look out he's well on his way.

Mallory Hepburn - Petulant Cultist

Mallory Hepburn is on the cusp of graduation from 12 years of homeschooling and teeters upon the brink on the other side of which is matriculation at St. John's College in Santa Fe, New Mexico, to study the Western Canon. Mallory's acting/film career includes all wearing all sorts of hats (both literally and figuratively) at the Vanity Theatre in Crawfordsville, and filming several comedy shorts with her siblings and friends. She enjoyed being in a semi-big-time production and thanks the production team, who were probably nicer than most people who make movies. Her ponderings can be perused at and at

Mark Siegel - Scowling Cultist

After a not-so-successful acting career while at the University of Miami, Mark is rejuvenating his thespian abilities. He will be in at least two films in 2006 and plans to add more to his resume. When not begging for acting jobs, he is usually in front of a computer creating websites and managing his fantasy sports teams.