Gavyn Michaels hails from Tampa, Florida where he began his acting career in commercials, plays and short films. After moving to LA, he quickly found work acting in films and television along side such names as Katey Sagal, Greg Louganis, Karen Black, and Melanie Mayron.
As a model, Gavyn has appeared in fashion editorials including Men's Health, Female Magazine and Seventeen Magazine, and walked in shows for GStar, Gucci, Juicy Couture and Chopard. He caught the eye of former supermodel, Janice Dickinson. Seeing his volume of work, potential and how much they looked alike, she immediately signed Gavyn as a model. He appeared on her reality show The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency and soon found himself in demand by Ed Hardy, Justin Monroe and the legendary Greg Gorman.
After work as a model, Gavyn returned to acting and the theatre. He received critical acclaim for his performances, including roles in The Sermons of John Bradley, Mommie Queerest, and The Facts of Life: The Lost Episode.He also worked with legendary writer Ray Bradbury in Falling Upward.
Adrian Quinonez, a native Texan, relocated to Los Angeles after run-ins with Hurricanes Katrina and Rita and has been a working actor in Hollywood ever since. He’s appeared in hit TV shows such as CSI NY, Undercovers, Bones, iCarly, Criminal Minds and Brothers and Sisters. He also starred as one of the leads in the comedy film Eating Out 2. In theatre, he's starred in productions such as Suburbia, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Outsiders. He'll soon appear in the original webseries Dumbass Filmmakers.
Adrian possesses a 12-year martial arts background, including Kajukembo, Wu Shu Kung Fu and Taekwondo. He earned a BFA from Abilene Christian University, which included abroad courses in London, France and Italy. He has worked with top instructors like Howard Fine and Ivana Chubbuck and currently studies with Stan Kirsch. Adrian is also a musician and a proud father.
HUNTER LEE HUGHES(Brian)
Hunter booked his first audition as a 12-year old for a kiddie fright flick made for a plastic 3D toy and has been acting ever since.
After graduating Phi Beta Kappa from Trinity University in San Antonio, Hunter moved to Los Angeles where he’s appeared in more than 20 theatrical productions, some indie films and a television pilot. Seeking to create more opportunities to play three-dimensional characters, Hunter turned to writing in 2004. His characters in the plays Fate of the Monarchs and The Sermons of John Bradley overcome grief and un-reconciled inner divisions through sexual expression, creative ventures and the seeking of transcendent religious experiences. Hunter will soon appear as Harrison DeWinter in the upcoming webseries Dumbass Filmmakers!, which he also wrote and directed.
Hunter trains in the master class of esteemed coach Ivana Chubbuck.
Alec Mapa has entertained audiences worldwide in every imaginable medium. His television career has gone from desperate to ugly with not one but two recurring roles on ABC’s Desperate Housewives and Ugly Betty. On Wisteria Lane, Alec is known as Gabriel Solis’ personal shopper “Vern.” On Ugly Betty, no gossip report would be complete without the latest from Alec as fashion reporter extraordinaire “Suzuki St. Pierre”.
Audiences first discovered Alec on Broadway in the Tony Award winning production of M. Butterfly. He guest starred on over 40 television series, including Alias, Friends, Roseanne, Seinfeld and NYPD Blue. Alec played network television’s very first gay Asian series regular role on the short lived CBS sitcom Some Of My Best Friends. He then starred in four seasons of the UPN sitcom Half and Half. Film audiences howled at Alec as “N’Cream” in the wildly popular drag queen musical Connie and Carla. Other films include Playing By Heart, Marley and Me and You Don’t Mess with The Zohan. Alec’s Wisecrack stand up comedy special premiered on LOGO in 2005 and has since gained a huge cult following.
Alec was awarded the prestigious Davidson Valentini GLAAD Award for promoting equal rights for the LGBT community.