After graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Economics, while also playing basketball and running track at the NCAA collegiate level, Axel started, and has since run a successful marketing company for over a decade. His ability to approach filmmaking with experience and a proven track record in business, makes Axel a very unique artist.
As an Actor, Axel has won or been nominated "Best Actor" 6 different times over 4 different films on the film festival circuit. He has also won or been nominated an additional 9 times as a Writer, Director and Producer.
Mike Kopera is the founder and CEO of Lakeview Pictures.
After graduating from Northwestern University with a degree in Theatre, he moved to Los Angeles and pursued acting and voice-over for four years. During that time, he studied and performed with the Groundlings, the Beverly Hills Playhouse, and the Straitjacket Society.
Mike has produced and acted in multiple films, including the shorts My Friend Peter (2010), No Longer There (2014), Strangers (2014), and Fun Bible Facts! (2015), and the features The Cabining (2014), Initiation (2016), and The Drama Club, which just wrapped production this past September.
Born in Philadelphia, of Chilean parents, Juan was raised in Houston, Texas, and now makes Los Angeles his home. After attending both Carnegie Mellon University and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, Juan began his professional career on stage working with the Tony award winning theatre, South Coast Repertory. He moved on to television with recurring roles on Saints & Sinners and General Hospital and was most recently seen guest starring on the fifth season of Baby Daddy. Other credits include Code Black, Scorpion, East Los High, Faking It, The Mentalist, Castle, Without A Trace, Lie To Me, 90210, and the Lifetime movie Beautiful & Twisted (with Rob Lowe and Paz Vega) about the Novack murders in Miami, FL.
Jeneta St. Clair
Jeneta St. Clair hails from Sheboygan, WI, and moved to Los Angeles right after high school to attend The American Musical and Dramatic Academy. After clicking with comedy, she joined multiple classes including UCB and is now the Artistic Director of the sketch group, Straitjacket Society. Along with a few other members of SJS, they've created and self-produced a comedy web series, Valley Drive.
Brooke Heatley is an American/English actress born of a military family in Pensacola, Florida. Born to a British mother and an American father who served as a Navy helicopter pilot, Brooke grew up all over the US and also in London, England. She began her studies in London as well as theatrical performances in plays like The Wizard of OZ and Underneath the Arches. She continued her acting studies when she enrolled in the Theatre Program at Florida State University. She is also known as a writer and director for web series such as Bros and The Real League of Justice League. She also writes and performs sketch comedy on stage for The Straight Jacket Society.