William Byron Brasington (Dale) is from Marshfield, Wisconsin, home of the World’s Largest Round Barn. He attended Beloit College and it was fine. He studied theater and comedy at Beloit and the National Theater Institute. After graduating, he moved to Los Angeles for a lack of anything better to do. It worked out because that’s where he met Harry Waksberg. He’s an active member of the comedy group Ironic T-Shirt and plays the lead in their developing film project, “Donnie Brock PI in Knock Knock, Who’s Dead?” He plays the voice of Dale in Doing Good and he is thrilled to be a part of the project.

Charlotte Cole (Heather) hails from Bristol, England, but currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Mattie, and her dog, Pippin. After graduating from The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in 2011, Charlotte has enjoyed working on small voice-over and web projects, and was delighted to make her stage debut in 2012 at South Coast Repertory in ‘A Christmas Carol’. In her spare time Charlotte enjoys perpetuating English stereotypes by watching ‘Doctor Who’ and drinking tea!

Jordan Deas (Jason), a native New Yorker, has lived in Los Angeles for 8 years. He is married and has a young son.

Saminah Karmoen (director) directed Doing Good.

Callie Little (Elizabeth) spent nearly 2 months procrastinating on her bio for DOING GOOD and then 5 minutes writing whatever first came to her mind in sheer panic. This is also the tactic she uses, with great success, when shopping for clothing. This is her first acting role.

Hannah Salzman-Gubbay (Anna) was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, and received her BA & Master’s at Clark University in Worcester, MA. She has been acting primarily on-stage for the last 16 years and is proud to make her on-screen debut in “Doing Good.” She dedicates this performance to Mr. Waksberg, who has been by her side since birth.

Harry Waksberg (writer) is a writer and lazeabout living in Los Angeles, California. One thing he wrote in Boston was a semifinalist in a thing in either 2007 or 2008. One thing he cowrote in Los Angeles was a finalist in a thing in 2012. You can email him here.

Nagham Wehbe (Lane) is happy to be part of this production with such a wonderful cast and director. She has been in many shows at Pasadena City College such as Hecuba (Polyxena), Noises Off (Mrs Clackett), Crimes of the Heart (Chick), The Rental (Sonia), All in the Timing, An Evening of Dorothy Parker, Museum, and other  small skits. She is recently working on the web series Cleaners at the Wings (Jasmine) and part of the crew in Atticus, an independent movie.

Marcus Alan Wynn (Alan) hails from the beautiful Bluegrass State of Kentucky! There he earned a Bachelor of Science in Theatre Arts from The University of Louisville. That’s right a Bachelor of Science not a B.F.A which means his degree could be BS. He is an accomplished actor, singer, and dancer and performs all over the LA area since 2007 when he moved here. Past credits include, Ragtime (Harlem Ensemble), To Kill A Mockingbird (Tom Robinson), Oliver (Noah Claypole), Parade (Newt Lee/ Riley), and many other productions. He even was a backup dancer in a K-Pop video. If you want to win his heart, it is really easy. Just feed him pounds and pounds of Peanut M&Ms.

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