Originally from Queensland, Mindy received her Advanced Diploma of Film, Television and Theatre from The Actors Workshop., Now based in Melbourne, Mindy is a talented, versatile actress with experience ranging from student projects, to Hollywood feature films. Mindy is no stranger to crafting a believable performance, playing socially awkward Sam with nuance and warmth.
Juggling the various quirks of neurotic, train-obssessed, possible-mermaid Brian, Ajay knows how to bring even the strangest of characters to life. He excels at creating subtle, yet hilarious moments onscreen. Having studied in Los Angeles at The Stella Adler Academy, as well as The Groundlings Theatre and The New York Film Academy, he is ready to take on the world.
Injecting the exuberant Hannah with boundless energy, Laura loves a good laugh and a challenge. Her extensive training (at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA), the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, and the Howard Fine Acting Studio), Laura plays the extremes of Hannah's eclectic character effortlessly, and with impeccable comic timing.
Brought up in a farm environment, Tass was an ideal choice to play country-boy Max. He brings an easygoing, rural charm to the role, on top of priceless physical comedy. Playing numerous roles in short films over the years, Tass' laid back, hands-on approach gels so well with Max's character, we can't say for sure that they aren't the same person.
Starring in three other web series in 2015, Dom is no stranger to the format. This VCA alumni had the opportunity to shows off his 'swag' in his performance as smug young millionaire, Charles McMahon.
We really hate to use the B-word, but Seon's portrayal of a mean, shallow, cruel, cutting Instagram queen is nothing short of Brilliant. Her improv skills and comedic sensibilities drove us to deeply love/hate Mykaela.
All the way from Kansas, USA, Eileen found her way to Melbourne after performing for cruise ships in Alaska, and spending a year traveling and performing in New Zealand. She brings a worldly cheer to perfect Gina.
Having extensive theatre experience, Mitch wanted to give screen acting a go - and boy did he deliver! This actor, dancer and model brought Wendall's flexible morals to the small screen in a big way.
It became clear in preproduction that no one could capture the excruciatingly obnoxious qualities of Travis, pretentious hipster and all-round poser, quite like The Happiness Curve director, Simon.
Evan didn't even have to pretend to act to float into the role of Elijah. His spiritual aura is incontrovertible, and brings the serene power - seductiveness - of Elijah to life.