Michael BershaD - Nick

In New York City, Michael studied acting with legendaries Michael Shurtleff, Stella Adler and David LeGrant.  He starred in Reprieve, as well as several other independent films including The Unquiet Grave, Paws (about a giant killer cat), and The Hot Touch directed by Roger Vadim. He also starred in many off-Broadway shows.  Michael had a recurring role on Mama’s Family, and was a series regular on the CBS soap opera, Capitol.


Dispatch is based on Michael’s experience as a Hollywood limousine dispatcher.

Bruce Bohne - Harry

Bruce is well known for his role as Officer Lou in Fargo. His other film credits include Jingle All the Way, Patch Adams, Dawn of the Dead and Killer Movie. His television credits include “Freaks and Geeks”, “Star Trek: Voyager”, “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” and “Jericho”.

BLAKE ROBBINS - KILLER

Blake is best known for his role as Dave Brass on the critically acclaimed HBO series, “Oz”.  He was recently seen on NBC’s smash hit, “The Office” as Jim Halpert’s brother, Tom. Recent film credits include The Ugly Truth opposite Gerard Butler (due out July ‘09), Arc opposite Peter Facinelli and Ann Cusak, Love Comes to the Executioner starring Jeremy Renner and Jonathan Tucker, and Bunker Hill with James McDaniel.  Among his more than 30 additional TV appearances are recurring roles on The O.C., cult favorite Firefly (Joss Whedon), as well as a memorable performance on the Fox hit 24.

TIm peper - ACE

Tim’s theatre credits include Othello, Waiting For Godot and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Prior to “Carpoolers”, he had recurring roles on “Guiding Light” and “Conviction” and made an appearance on “Law & Order”.

black thomas - iceman

Black starred in Disney's Box office blockbuster Step Up 2 The Streets. Black also appeared in I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry, Stomp The Yard and Dreamgirls.


He was featured in music videos for Rihanna, Danity Kane, Mario, Cheetah Girls, Beyonce, Fall Out Boy, Natasha Bedingfield.

victor wolf - jesus

Victor is best known for his work in Paul Haggis's film, "In the Valley of Elah".   His other film credit is appearing along side of America Ferrera in the film, "How the Garcia Girls Spent their Summer".  He has also appeared in TV shows such as "American Family" and "The Shield".

Harry karp - Oscar

Harry Karp has a recurring role as the Bargain Bag clerk on My Name is Earl and appeared most recently as the Milkshake Slurper opposite Clive Owen in New Line Cinema’s Shoot ‘Em Up.  On The West Wing Harry starred in the longest prime-time scene to be performed entirely in Yiddish —Holy Night, an episode written by Aaron Sorkin, and directed by Thomas Schlamme.  Harry’s other TV credits include roles on nip/tuck, ER, Life, JAG, and NYPD Blue. His has showcased his fancy footwork before a live audience at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas in ABC’s 2003 remake of Dance Fever. Look for Harry as Bernie Paul in the suspense thriller 2:13, and as Jimbo in Shadow of Cthulhu a fantasy horror comedy inspired by the works of HP Lovecraft.

james storm - charlie

Since his early days as the star of the TV series “Dark Shadows”, James has appeared numerous films and television shows including “Heroes” and “The Bold and the Beautiful”.

daryl keith roach - joe

Daryl has been a guest star on many shows including “Dirty Sexy Money”, “The Cleaner” and “Judging Amy”.

alfonso diluca - ernesto

Alfonso’s theatrical work includes lead roles in A Park in Our House and The Sweet Bird of Youth (El Dulce Pajaro de la Juventud). He co-starred in a number of soap operas, including, Ladron de Corazones, Prisionera and La Viuda de Blanco. His most notable recent television role was in “Burn Notice”. Alfonso lives and works in Los Angeles.

john apicella - greg

John’s previous features include High Crimes, Point Break, Safe, and Just One Of The Guys.  He’s guest-starred on many tv shows over the past 25 years, including “The West Wing,” “The X-Files,” “NYPD Blue,” “Friends,” and “Freaks and Geeks.”  He appears regularly on regional and Los Angeles stages, most recently in Taming of the Shrew for Shakespeare Festival / L.A., and History Boys at the Ahmanson.  He’s a founding member and a past artistic director of L.A.’s  Antaeus Company and a proud member of the absurdist comedy troupe The Bubalaires.

melina lizette - lucia

Melina's film credits include The Narrows (Toronto '08), Fast Lane, The Ministers, My Best Friend's Girl, Salud and Let Them Chirp Awhile.  Her television credits include "The Guiding Light" and SpikeTV.  She has a B.F.A in Drama from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.  

arthur roberts - anton gordon

After nine years starring on and off-Broadway in New York, the veteran actor came to LA,  guest starred on many TV shows and was a series regular on “General Hospital” and “Air America” with Lorenzo Lamas.  Playing the title role in Not Of This Earth opposite Traci Lords proudly got him into the Motion Picture Academy in 1988. This and other films, among them Revenge Of The Ninja, rent worldwide and give him international recognition, as do re-runs of his many TV shows. He spent six weeks adventuring in Sofia, Bulgaria  starring with William Forsythe & Hunter Tylo in Hammerhead. He works steadily all over the world in films and commercials,  most recently in Bucharest and Prague.

monique carmona - brenda

Monique is an accomplished actress and writer. She will be appearing in the upcoming film, Bleachers.

JENNIFER RHODES - MRS. GORDON

Jennifer is best known for her role as Winona Ryder’s mom in the cult film, Heathers. Her television roles include eight years on “Charmed” and guest starring roles on “ER”, “Third Rock from the Sun”, “Friends”, “Ally McBeal”, “The Larry Sanders Show”, “Murphy Brown”, “Designing Women”, “Quantum Leap”, “L.A. Law”, “The District”, “Equal Justice” and “Fame”.

LUCIA SULLIVAN - DONNA

Lucia has appeared on “Ghost Whisperer”, “The Mentalist”, “Leverage”, “Criminal Minds”, and “Without a Trace”.

KATHY CHRISTOPHERSON - KC Cooper

Kathy can be seen most Saturday mornings as “Michelle Walsh” on CW’s KAMEN RIDER DRAGON KNIGHT. Her other recent tv credits include “Entourage,” “Dexter” and recurring roles on “Private Practice” and “Californication.” Kathy also co-starred across James Russo in the feature “Dreams and Shadows” and as Governor Kane in the upcoming indie film, “The New Republic.”

TINA Casciani - Veronica St. Claire

Tina has appeared in Role Models and Intern, and the TV shows “Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles” and “How I Met Your Mother”.

CLINT CARMICHAEL - BRAD WILKINSON

Clint has been a versatile working actor for over two decades.  Some recent television credits include: "Knight Rider", “NCIS,” “Two and a Half Men,” “Cold Case,” “Brothers & Sisters”, and “Everybody Hates Chris”.  Clint added producer to his resume this year with the award winning feature film "The Open Door" which will come out later this year from Lantern Lane Entertainment.

Gareth williams - BILLY

Gareth has appeared in numerous films including Hollywoodland, The Cell, Snow Falling on Cedars, Malcolm X. He was a regular on “The Shield” and “Dawson’s Creek” and has been a guest star on “Mad Men”, “Criminal Minds”, “Numb3rs”, “Cold Case”, “CSI: Miami”, “Deadwood” and many other TV shows.

ERICK AVARI - Sergeant Pincus

Erick Avari's credits include leading roles in films from Kevin Reynolds' cult classic The Beast of War, to commercial mega-hits such as Planet of the Apes (2001), Stargate, Independence Day and The Mummy. His comedic skills have landed him starring roles in the Adam Sandler remake Mr. Deeds, For Love or Money and Woody Allen's only TV film, Don't Drink the Water. He is also featured in RevelationThe Glass House and has a starring role in Michael Meredith's 3 Days of Rain.

Richard Beatty - Host

Richard credits include The Last Bandit, Under the Influence, Breakaway and the TV series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”.

Robert Watzke - Process Server

Los Angeles Theatre:  The Suicide (City Stage), Androcles and the Lion (Coronet Theatre), Trial By Jury (Antaeus Company), and many others.   Film:  Happy Together, The Bear, and the film festival favorite Heavenzapoppin'! He is a founding member of absurdist comedy troupe The Bubalaires, and also teaches improvisation. Check him out as a small-town mayor at www.votegarner.com.

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