Sarah Fulton Group's list of active members.

Eleanora Avakian. ELEANORA AVAKIAN has been acting, singing and performing for stage audiences since the age of four; by sixteen, she was starring in musical productions such as EVITA, 42nd STREET and GYPSY. After receiving her Bachelor's Degree in Theater Arts from UCLA, she further pursued her passion -- acting in front of the camera as well her music video, available on YOUTUBE. In addition, she has tutored aspiring singers and performers for live performances. As any true artist, Eleanora's journey in life will be centered around her gifts as a singer, actress and performer.
Tim Byron Owen.
TIM BYRON OWEN studied drama at Miami University, received a scholarship to attend the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles. He's produced, directed, or appeared in over 60 theatrical productions with various LA theater companies and venues. In 1985, Tim became a founding member of The Celtic Arts Center Theater and served as president of the board. In 1984, he began working for television production companies creating six television shows that were optioned for development by CastleRock Ent., dick clark prods, HBO and Ralph Edwards Prods. Inspired by Joh Cassavetes and Gena Rowlands, Tim founded The Sarah Fulton Group with American Academy classmate Nick Cassavetes. Serving as Artistic Director since 1990, he established an outreach program for the Director’s Program at the California School of Design in Pasadena, California. The Sarah Fulton Group has produced multiple theater productions, and two films: "A Far Cray From A Distant Land", co-directed by BAFTA member Angela Lubbock, and the EMMY AWARD winning "Where’s Jo?", for the American Heart Association. The Sarah Fulton Group hosts a variety of programs, including developing original works. Michael Edwards’ "Runt", winner of a Fringe First Award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2001 was work-shopped and directed by Tim. In January 2002, Tim directed "A Night In November", at the Celtic Arts Center, winning a DRAMA CRITICS CIRCLE AWARD for Best Performance. Garry Marshall brought it to his Falcon Theatre, initiating "Gary Marshall Presents". The Tricycle Theatre of London produced two hit runs. At the Edinburgh Festival 2002, "A Night In November" won the SPIRIT OF THE FRINGE AWARD for Best Production and the TAPWATER AWARD for Best Actor. After a hit run at Dublin’s Gaiety Theatre, the production moved to the Liberty Hall Theatre in Dublin, June 2003, for an eight week run. Then Owen and Maguire brought their production back to Los Angeles in 2005, earning two Ovation Award nominations, BEST PLAY and BEST PERFORMANCE, followed by a hit run at the Irish Arts Center in New York, 2006, then a three month run in Boston at Jimmy Tingle's Off-Broadway Theater. Tim is currently developing "The Matchstick Man", a feature film about Welsh boxing champion Johnny Owen, with playwright, David Bellantoni. In August, 2005, Owen & Bellantoni won a BEST SHORT FILM AWARD at the Director's Guild Of America through Filmmakers Alliance, for their short, "The Matchstick Man". You can view the film at: Tim directed the West Coast premiere of "Fighting Words", a play about Johnny Owen, which opened August, 2004 to rave reviews for a nine week run at the Celtic Arts Center of Los Angeles, followed by a return engagement "Fighting Words" at the Celtic Arts Center in April 2006. This production was presented at the Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff, in July, 2006. Tim directed Ray Bradbury's, "Falling Upward" at Theater West, in 2007, and, again at the El Portal Theater, in 2009, earning Critic's Choice from LA Times, and Critic's Pick from LA Weekly. Also in 2007, The Sarah Fulton Group workshopped and developed Matt Sklar's, "Love Me Deadly", at the Celtic Arts Center, earning rave review for play and players from Backstage West. Tim made his debut with the CART players in 2009, directed by his friend, Abbey Theatre director, Vincent Dowling.

William Knight.
WILLIAM KNIGHT - AEA, AFTRA, SAG It's impossible to squeeze decades of work to a few lines in a bio. His voice work alone would fill this space. Suffice it to say; started on stage at five, as Little Billy Knight child evangelist with the legendary Aimee Semple McPherson. Traded the King James Bible for Shaw and Shakespeare in the Theatre Dept. at LACC. First TV show, the original "Star Trek". Broadway debut in the notorious "Oh! Calcutta!". Spent 15 years in NYC, mostly on B'way. Has played the most famous Generals of the 20th century: MacArthur, Eisenhower, and Patton. Recent "La Cage aux Folles" at Knightsbridge Theatre, Mr. Laurence in "Little Women the Musical" at the Lyric, Capt Wilhelm in "An Act of Reparation" at the Odyssey. Latest films, "Prince of Swine", "Bobbie Fischer Live", and "One Long Night". Is the voice of Aramaki in "Ghost In The Shell", the series, features and video games.Busy in all phases of the business. He is Host / Moderator of MSN's pop culture show at, .

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Michael Frank.
Hatched in Queens, New York, MICHAEL FRANK worked his way out to California via Las Vegas, where he appeared in House of Blue Leaves and Three Penny Opera at the Judy Bailey Theater. Just prior his one-way trip to California, Michael manned a year-long tour of Aladdin with the Rainbow Company Children’s Theater – recipient of the Kennedy Center Award - where he served as resident actor and staff member. Since moving out to Los Angeles, he has appeared in such productions as Loose Connections at the Court Theater, Lenoce and Lena at Stages, and Family Business at the Actors Playhouse. The Los Angeles premiere of Prelude to a Kiss marked Michael’s second appearance at the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts; his first was Groucho: A Life in Revue. Film and television credits include Buckaroo Banzai, Mass Appeal, 227 and Santa Barbara, as well as numerous television commercials. Michael has also worked as a writer for Breakdown Services, written a screenplay or two, and is a published author of several articles documenting his extensive travels around the globe. He also had a six-year run as Production Manager (and sometimes performer) for the Southern California Region’s Ronald McDonald Field Program, Presently, Michael proud to be serving as the Managing Director of the award-winning Sarah Fulton Group.
HELEN SIFF has been active in stage, film and T.V. since 1980. A partial list of some of her favorite productions include "THE CEMETERY CLUB" AT The Woodland Hills Playhouse, "LILIES OF THE FIELD" at the Santa Monica Playhouse, "OVER THE RIVER AND THROUGH THE WOODS" at the Glendale Center Stage, "EDITH STEIN" at the Actors Co-op, "OPEN HOUSE" at the Renegade Theater, "GRANDMA SYLVIA’S FUNERAL" at the Hudson Backstage (also in New York at the SoHo Playhouse,) "THE OCTETE BRIDGE CLUB", for which she won a Robbie award, and "THE EFFECTS OF GAMMA RAYS" at the Landmark Theater. Her many screen and Television credits include working opposite such stars as Elizabeth Taylor, Sly Stallone, Walter Matthau and Billy Crystal. Her most recent part of Mrs. Skitzer opposite Adam Sandler in "You Don’t Mess With The Zohan" now on DVD is her most recognized role and so much fun! She has studied with Ivanna Chubbick, Glen Casale, Sherrie Franklin, Shawn Nelson, Brian Reise, Laura Henry, and the Harvey Lembeck Comedy Workshop.. Being the mother of six children and Grandmother to six beautiful grandchildren, acting is her drug of choice. LA CHAIM!
Philip Biondich.
PHILIP BIONDICH grew up in Montana. "I was just out of high school and working in the oil fields left me empty and compelled me to follow my heart. I hired on with the Guldstrand Corvette Racing Team in 1983. After meeting A.J. Foyte and Roger Penski on the Grand Pre Circuit, my dream of professional driving dissolved. I was lost and very disappointed, when a young lady introduced me to Theater of Arts where I discovered a sense of purpose. She explained how to get into the studios where I began to see how television was made. Acting classes, theater companies, studios and all the history were everywhere. With a new frontier I found an adventure once again. My 1st leading part I was hired for was a western. So as it turns out, the life I grew up wanting to live, picked me."

Elaine Lockley-Smith.
ELAINE LOCKLEY-SMITH’s career has compassed the globe. A native New Yorker, Elaine feels blessed to have traveled the world using her singing, acting and dancing talents. She is, as New Yorkers would say, a true “triple threat”. She has done countless shows on and off Broadway and done command performances for royalty. Elaine has also had the pleasure of recording, touring and performing with such artists as Janet Jackson, Patty LaBelle, Ashanti, Outkast and J’LO to name a few. She was enlisted by Epic records as personal vocal and movement coach to then new recording artist Sean Kingston. Elaine was one of the original members of the recording group, “The Shades of Love”. Their disco hit “Keep In Touch Body to Body” went #5 on the Billboards and can still be heard on the radio and in clubs. She is currently working on her first solo album and her single, “I Know What You Want” can be found on itunes. Since relocating to Los Angeles Elaine has expanded her talents to include film producing, writing and casting. Elaine has starred, costarred and been featured in many independent films as well as major motion pictures. At present Elaine is in post production for her first western entitled “Yellow Rock”, starring Michael Biehn and James Russo. Elaine is associate producer on “Yellow Rock” and she plays the role of Sequila. Some of Elaine’s television credits include Grey’s Anatomy, Without a Trace and General Hospital. Elaine loves spreading light, love and upliftment to the world !
Janet Lee Rodriguez.
JANET LEE RODRIGUEZ is a versatile, theater and film actress who is blue-eyed and half-Cuban. After studying theater at Northern Kentucky University and with Conger Studios, she came out to Los Angeles in 2006. She then performed in plays such as George Washington Slept Here with the Westchester Playhouse. She has done voice-over work, peformed in a web-series, and is continuing her acting studies.
Tina Saddington.
TINA SADDINGTON is happy to be living again in Los Angeles. In the mid 90’s she moved away from Los Angeles to the Lake Arrowhead area, where she co-owned and operated a construction company. While living in Twin Peaks, she became involved with the local theatre company, and acted, directed and produced with them and also was instrumental in having the Lake Arrowhead Performing Arts Company become a 501c3. She also performed regularly as the lead singer with the trio Voiceover, working numerous events, public and private. Television credits include Knight Rider, Quincy, Simon and Simon and General Hospital. Theatre credits include Night of the Iguana – Miss Fellowes, Chamber Music – Osa Johnson, The Mousetrap – Mollie, A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Titania and Much Ado About Nothing – Beatrice. She has worked with Steve Allen, Ed Asner, Paul Winfield and Louise Sorel, the latter two also LACC alumni. Tina was President of the Los Angeles City College Theatre Alumni and Associates for over six years, and served on the LACCTAA Board for fifteen years. She is a member of Actor’s Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.
Mary Todhunter.
Kathleen Galloway is a writer and performer. She was born in New York City, the daughter of two actors, Michael and Nancy Brannon Galloway. She performed in community theatre and was a founding member of a Commedia dell’arte Troupe in Santa Barbara, CA. She studied acting at The Lee Strasburg Institute, with Paul Kent, Santa Barbara City College and Moorpark College. She earned both her Bachelor's and Masters of Fine Arts at California Institute of the Arts. She studied improv at LA Connection and stand-up with Cary Odes.

 She appeared in The Vagina Monologues in 2005 at Moorpark College. She performed her one-person show, "The Narcissists' Daughter at the Santa Monica Playhouse in 2009.  She has written and performed monologues for eight years at various theatres, galleries in Los Angeles and on KPFK: “Moms Unplugged” -  She has done stand-up (available on YouTube) on the open-mic circuit in Los Angeles. Currently, She is appeared the independent film, “Julian”, as “Anna”, Julian’s mother, on America’s Court as a litigant and in various other projects. 

She has been writing since she was ten years old and continues to write plays, short stories, stand-up and personal essays. She has been teaching creative writing at The Conejo Valley Adult School in Thousand Oaks for the past eight years. She is a storyteller and one of her passions is to helps others tell theirs.
Mary Todhunter.
MARY TODHUNTER grew up in Southern California and was introduced to show business at the age of five. By the time she was twelve, she was performing solo in front of 40,000 people. Studying theatre, voice, dance and piano intensively, she landed in the Opera world and toured extensively throughout the United States and Europe . As a producer, Mary took over “An Evening with Marlene” in 2003 and earned a Los Angeles Ovation nomination. Prior to Mary’s involvement the production had gone unnoticed and was closing. Mary extended the run, built audiences with her marketing strategies and gave it the opportunity to earn its nomination and finish its run as a memorable hit. The 2004 production of “Plane Crazy” then followed. Using those same skills, the show ran for 4 months with capacity audiences and gained two American Directors Academy Nominations. In 2009, Mary joined the Sarah Fulton Group and as executive producer helped bring Ray Bradbury's "Falling Upward" to the El Portal Theatre in NoHo, Ca. for a 6 week run which earned critics acclaim. Mary is continues to work on the production of feature films with several scripts in development the first being, “Sprinkle the Infield,” an emotional, award-winning, character-driven screenplay. The film is set in Chicago and is inspired by a true, “Rocky-esque” story. Mary brings with her, 20 years of Business Management and 30 years of Theatrical expertise.
Roger Harrell.
ROGER HARRELL has performed and worked in most areas of the entertainment industry, from producing to dishwashing. Whether traveling nationwide doing standup comedy, or writing and performing in stage and film projects, Roger has run the gauntlet. His first foray was in standup comedy, where he came in first place in this contest, runner up in that one, and blah, blah, blah, he’s so funny. Now comfortably living in a thatched villa in Topanga, California, Roger has earned his right to just sit, write, and quietly listen to the Umpa Lumpas making the candy. But don’t be fooled, he is always willing to don the old outfit and get back into new projects, working with variety of talented and no doubt insane, individuals.
Ernie Charles grew up in a family of five in rural Ohio, where he was crowned as the County Fair King.  He attended Heidelberg University in Tiffin, Ohio and received a Computer Science Degree.  He loved playing football and baseball, but also found a love for acting during college.  Upon graduation he moved to New York City where he trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and at Carnegie Hall with the Robert X. Modica Meisner Studio.  He performed in numerous theatre shows.  While pursuing his love for acting, he did some modeling.  On display at the New York Mercantile Exchange Museum there is still a life size replica of him as a pipeline workerErnie currently resides in Los Angeles where he continues to perform speaking roles for commercials, film, and television.

Toni Deaver has been acting and singing all her life and over much of the south. Moving between Louisiana, Alabama and Arkansas following her father’s schooling and career, Toni learned quickly how to engage people and became an avid student of the arts.

In the 3rd grade, Toni determined that she wanted to be a live storyteller, creating content that makes a positive impact on people, and this desire and drive has never left her. Her early years provided many opportunities for growth in the areas of acting, theatre production, singing and dance. 

As a student at the historic Little Rock Central High School, she began winning countless acting competitions and was inducted into the International Thespian Society. Her leadership skills were recognized by her earliest teachers who selected her as one of 2 students to participate in Girls State, a junior state government role playing weekend. 

Toni began her college education at the University of Arkansas, Little Rock where, she demonstrated her ability to be a team player in being the ‘go-to girl’ for all visiting theatrical events needing additional cast members. While at UALR Toni began her first work in Children’s Theater at the school and also with the community Little Rock Children’s Theater.

Leaving the south to find the ocean, Toni transferred to the Boston Conservatory of Music where she graduated with honors. It was there she realized that her wide understanding of acting techniques and her love of actors gave her a unique ability not only to create vivid characters of depth and distinction but also her abilty to draw better performances from her actors than they themselves felt able to give made her a director in demand.

Following college, Toni did a run of Dinner Theater and was encouraged to make the move to CA to see her directing and acting seque into film. She has never looked back. She continued doing theater for the well know Theater West company, and Lloyd Schwarz- Storybook Theater. She began working with the likes of the late Betty Garrett of On The Town, and her mentor, and Kevin McMahon of Wicked.

Following the birth of her first daughter, Toni lessened her involvement in the business for a time. She remained active in small ways though, such as taking the role of Artistic and Stage Director for the Fisherman’s Players, a Burbank theatrical community. She was also found producing and starring in theatrical and film events for nonprofits such as Doctors without Borders, Joni and Friends, and World Vision, finally enrolling in Film School at Valley College to narrow the gaps between what she knew experiencially and what she could learn technically. 

While there Toni learned from the likes of directors Eric Swelstad of “Frankenstein Rising” and Alan Sacks of “Welcome Back Kotter” about the importance of story and directing the camera to help tell the story. Toni believes she will stay a student all of her life. She is always learning more about people, about life and how to translate that in a medium that makes a positive impact on others.

Since leaving film school, Toni has returned to her acting/directing roots, while continuing to learn about production. With two feature films in development, Toni is also set to solo produce her first short early this summer which she plans to act in and direct.

Gene Wolande.
Lynne Hostein grew up in southern Ontario, Canada. Her first acting role was “Sleeping Beauty” in third grade. She studied acting both in Toronto and Los Angeles, including mime, voice over, and theatre. Lynne’s range varies from the dramatic to the wild and wacky, ranging from Joan of Arc to Electra. While working as staff newswriter on KTLA’s Morning News entertainment show, she regularly played various voices, roles, and multiple characters.

Gene Wolande.
A native of Chicago, GENE WOLANDE began his work in theatre, earning a bachelors degree at the University of Dallas, and Master Of Fine Arts in Directing and Acting from Trinity University. Working in professional regional theatre, he balanced his time between directing, acting, and playwrighting at the acclaimed Dallas Theatre Center, where he was a resident company member for several years.

Opportunity brought him to Los Angeles, where he has continued his writing career, working on such shows as THE WONDER YEARS. An episode of Star Trek: DEEP SPACE NINE was nominated for a Humanitas Prize by the Writer’s Guild Of America, and recently, a new play of his, the romantic comedy THE COST OF LIVING, won a WRITER’S DIGEST playwrighting award.

As an actor, he has been seen as a recurring guest star on the critically acclaimed HBO series, CARNIVALE. He has been seen as Ray Pinker in the 1997 classic L.A. CONFIDENTIAL, as Samuel L. Jackson’s lawyer in THE NEGOTIATOR, with John Travolta in A CIVIL ACTION, Mike Nichol’s WHAT PLANET ARE YOU FROM, BEST LAID PLANS with Reese Witherspoon, ROBOCOP, and with Robert Downey, Jr. in CHAPLIN. On television, he has guest-starred on numerous shows including PARTY OF FIVE, and recently worked with Sydney Poitier in Oprah Winfrey’s remake of DAVID AND LISA.

His feature writing career expands with the heart-wrenching character driven thriller TIMEFRAME (A quarterfinalist in the Bluecat Screenplay Competition), the turn of the century drama SLIVERS OAKLEY (Quarterfinalist in Bluecat, Quarterfinalist at Scritapalooza, and top ten winner in Francis Ford Coppola's Zoetrope Screenplay Competition), and most recently, the modern romantic farce LOVING EBENEEZER.

His writing/directorial debut, the short feature film, THREE SHOTS was honored as official selections in the New York International Film Festival, the Ashland Independent Film Festival, the Sarasota International Film Festival and the Director’s View Festival.

He continues to direct theatre and is in pre-production for his second writing/directorial project in the independent film, CYCLE PATHS.
Robert Craighead.
Growing up in a tiny Texas oil town, being an actor is probably not the career choice most would expect. But for ROBERT CRAIGHEAD, he could think of nothing else. After graduation from the prestigious American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Robert quickly acclimated into film and television securing co-starring roles in films like "The Bear" with Garey Busey, the cult classic "Return of The Living Dead" and guest stars on shows like "Wings" "Picket Fences" "Dr Quinn Medicine Woman" to name but a few. Robert then spent 4 years as Lt. Frank Conran on the daytime drama "The Bold and The Beautiful" and now has been enjoying playing sinister roles in Independent films and is currently co-starring in a West Coast Premiere of Tennessee Williams last play, "A House Not Meant To Stand" at The Fountain Theatre. Robert and SFG founder Tim Owen spent several years in the house on the corner of Fulton and Sarah as room mates in the early days and still thoroughly enjoy the Tuesday night work outs.

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Lynda Berg. LYNDA M BERG has worked in theatre, film and television on both coasts. Favorite past projects include: "Julius Caesar" at The Hartford Stage Company under the direction of Mark Lamos, "Contact" under the direction of Robert Zemeckis and "Looking For Comedy In the Muslim World" with Albert Brooks. Lynda has done numerous commercials and industrial training films and can currently be seen starring in "Away From the Ranch" a beautifully written short film having its 5th festival screening on Cape Cod in August.
Abbott Alexander.
ABBOTT ALEXANDER is a member of Theatre West and the Actors Studio. He has extensive award winning theatre credits and stars as Vincent Van Gogh in the film Starry Night distributed by Universal pictures. Most recently he starred in Theatre West’s 40th anniversary revival of Spoon River Anthology and played ‘Doone- The anthem sprinter’ in Ray Bradbury’s Irish comedy hit Falling Upward at Garry Marshall’s Falcon Theatre directed by Tim Byron Owen.

Micheal-Goodrow. A graduate of LACC Theater Academy and UCLA MICHAEL GOODROW has appeared in numerous plays, television shows and films in his many years as a performer. Some guest starring roles include Apples Way, One Day At A Time, Centennial, Baretta, and 2 seasons as Ernie Fields on Eight Is Enough. Also a professional musician, Micheal has an Emmy in Songwriting.
Magi Loucks.
MAGI LOUCKS is a classically trained professional actor and singer currently residing in Los Angeles, performing in film, TV, commercials, regional theatre. International theatre credits include Peg, the boxer, in the European Premiere of Fighting Words, at the Wales Millennium Centre. She was nominated for an Ovation Award for Best Play, Smaller Theatre, as Producer of A Night in November, by Marie Jones, with the Emmy Award winning organization, The Sarah Fulton Group. Loucks is also proud to have co-produced with SFG the West Coast Premiere of Fighting Words by Sunil Kuruvilla, and the World Premiere of Sorrows and Sons, by Stephen Metcalfe. She has a BA in Theatre and a BA in English, both from Whitman College. She is a member of SFG, the Celtic Arts Center, a proud member of SAG, AFTRA and AEA, and a Reiki Master Teacher who specializes in work with animals. For contact info, please visit

Ken O'Malley.
KEN O'MALLEY arrived from his home city of Dublin, Ireland in 1974 plying his trade as an Irish Balladeer, and has continued ever since to become one of the most influential Irish musicians in the Western United States. He has performed his music and song at every level from public house to arena stages throughout the United States and Europe, and has been credited with assisting musicians, actors and others from the Young Dubliners, Gaelic Storm and Pierce Brosnan in furthering their musical endeavors. Ken enjoys membership at the Celtic Arts Center, and has been, in the recent past, their Musical Director and Gaelic Choir Master. As an actor Ken has appeared in many plays in Dublin in the past, and has performed here in Los Angeles in such well known Irish plays as J.M. Synge’s “Shadow of the Glen” (lead role as the tramp), Sean O’Casey’s” The Shadow of a Gunman” (as Donal Daverin) and most recently in Ray Bradbury’s “Falling Upward” (as Maguire). Ken played himself in the Paramount Pictures feature “Patriot Games”, and has appeared in numerous TV shows. Ken continues to pursue his career as a performing artist, actor and film composer and is delighted to be associated with the Sarah Fulton Group.
Jonathan Aube.
JONATHAN AUBE was born and raised on the east coast, in a small town of northern New Hampshire. Growing up, Jonathan had some great theater performance opportunities, and thanks to his incredible family, a pure love for Walt Disney. While enrolled in a liberal arts program at the University of Vermont, Jonathan was accepted into the Walt Disney College Program in Florida, where he was exposed to one of the greatest entertainment experiences of his life. After graduating from UVM, he headed west, stopping in Tempe, Arizona for a few years. While there, he signed with the Ford/Robert Black Agency and consumed himself with acting classes, television commercials and print work. He produced and hosted his first television show, "That's Showbiz," which gave him a wonderful foundation to take his next step, and move to Los Angeles in the late 1990's.
Since living in Los Angeles, Jonathan has starred in several feature films, and held recurring, guest star and co-star roles in numerous popular sitcoms, episodic, and soap operas. This versatile actor is a regular on Jay Leno's, "Tonight Show," having appeared in over 30 of Jay's comedy sketches. Jonathan is also a well established spokesman & host, and has starred in countless national/international television commercials. His recognizable face and physique have graced the covers of several national/international health & fitness magazines.
NUSHEEN encompasses the Mediterranean flair the passion of the Middle East and carries a worldly European persona. She spent her younger years traveling between the Middle East, Europe, and the US, being exposed to many cultures, forms of art, dance, and music throughout the world. She developed a deep love and appreciation for the visual arts as well as the performing arts. She has done a bit of everything from on camera to off camera work; costume making, makeup artistry, acting, dancing, modeling, to playing with fire. She has trained and worked as a professional with The Lee Strasberg Institute, The Groundling School, Tepper Gallegos, Vine Street Working Actors, as well as many Cold Reading and Audition Workshops. Nusheen has worked as a commercial actress nationally and internationally, in such commercials as Levis, Snapple, and German car commercials. With a calling to acting as her driving force, she is returning to acting with a commitment to honing her craft and is now delighted to be working with the Sarah Fulton Group.

DONNIE BLANKENSHIP has appeared in various daytime TV shows such as “General Hospital” and “The Young and the Restless.” He has also appeared in several theatrical productions in Los Angeles, starring in plays such as “The Restaurant” and “The Ties That Bind.” He is an elementary school teacher that is constantly using his classroom as a stage.

Kathie Barnes.
KATHY BARNES favorite theatre roles include Agnes in DANCING AT LUGHNASA (Best Actress Nomination, Beverly Hills Outlook Award) Emily and The Wife in "BRADBURY X 2" at Theatre West (Best Actress Nomination, ADA Award), Mary Dillon in "NO SECOND TRUMPET" at the Celtic Arts Center, Helen Loomis in "THE SWAN" at The Court Theatre, Margaret in "HIDDEN IN THE CLOUDS" at LATC, Deeny in Mamet’s "THE OLD NEIGHBORHOOD", Alice in Sarah Fulton Group production of "LOVE ME DEADLY" and Cora in "THE DARK AT THE TOP OF THE STAIRS" at the Lost Studio. In film and television, she has enjoyed playing roles from a blonde bimbo to a prison guard and had a blast as a series regular on the Warner Brothers internet series "DECEPTION" ( as the incredibly entitled Gloria Dalbert. Other life interests include working to save the tiger from extinction.

additional active members names.
Louisa Abernathy Greg Maier
Earlene Davis Wayne Nickel
Marco De Luca Brahman Salem
Adrian Iles Ameesh Shah
Ken Magee Madonna Young
Richard Rownak