Matthew DeCapua – The Captain
Matthew is celebrating his recent release from federal prison, but given that he also wrote and produced “Space Dogs” he expects to be going back pretty soon. TELEVISION: Law & Order; L&O: Special Victims Unit; Blue Bloods; One Bad Choice. COMMERCIALS: Vagisil (yes, seriously). WEB: Lucy Knows Love.
David Niles - Yossarian
David is a New York City based actor/singer. He originally hails from Jamestown, NY. Theatre: numerous regional credits include Into the Woods, The Last Five Years, A Funny Thing…Forum, and Extraordinary Ordinary. David was last seen on the NYC stage in the Fringe Festival production of Saharava. Thanks to the whole cast and crew of Space Dogs, and to his CP Nikki.
Jordan Simmons – Lt. Purke
Tim Young – Director
According to a sworn affidavit now available in the public records department of the New York City Civil Court System, Tim disavows any and all involvement in story and script consulting, pre-production, rehearsals, principal photography, or post-production consulting on “Space Dogs” or any of its subsidiaries, licenses, or assigns, in all media either currently in existence or yet to be invented, throughout the known universe, in perpetuity.
Andrew “Willis” Willis - Cinematogapher
Andrew Willis is a cinematographer and photographer located in New York City. Additionally, he directed the episodes “Yossarian’s Birthday” and “Montezuma’s Revenge.”
Benjamin Kanes – Rear Admiral
Recent Credits include: Broken City, Do No Harm, The Penny Dreadful Picture Show, Benny the Bum. Other significant credits include: My Blueberry Nights, The Other Guys, Celebrity Apprentice. Benjamin is a storyteller of many sorts who loved every second of Space Dogs and hopes you will too. www.sightsenseproductions.com
Darcy Fowler – Natalya
Darcy is an actor and comedian. She is on the up and up in the film/tv/web world, does a commercial here and there and acts a bunch on the stage. Most recently, she filmed the indie movie “Like Sunday Like Rain” starring Leighton Meester and directed by Frank Whaley, as well as an episode of “Louie,” starring Louis C.K., the Webseries, the Indie “the Deflowering of Arielle Von,” along with countless readings and workshops for the stage. She is a member of the comedy group The Story Pirates. BFA: Syracuse University
Bruce Sabath – Dick Asterson
Bruce Sabath is a New York-based actor, working in theatre, film, TV and commercials. He played Larry in the 2006-07 Tony-winning revival of Stephen Sondheim’s Company. He was recently seen in New York in the award-winning revival of Michael John LaChiusa’s Hello Again and the Off-Broadway musical, The Sphinx Winx. Sabath’s regional credits include Sondheim’s Merrily We Roll Along, directed by John Doyle at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park and his portrayal of Richard Nixon in the Southeast premier of Frost/Nixon at the Caldwell Theatre in Boca Raton. Sabath’s on-screen comedy credits include The Onion News Network and Onion Sports Dome. He will next be seen in Castle Rock’s Marc Lawrence-penned comedy, starring Hugh Grant and Marisa Tomei.
Erica Sweany – Helga, Olga
Erica Sweany is from Colorado. Her gymnastic career ended as it began when she almost broke her neck doing her first back-walkover whilst super drunk on a crowded beach... Not a gymnast. Recent Stage: Curtains, Chicago, and Cats. Recent on-camera: The Blacklist, The David Letterman Show and the feature film, It Had to Be You starring Cristin Milioti.
Joy Marr - Commodore
Recent credits include Gifted as part of the 15-minute play festival at the American Globe Theatre. Joy’s passion and experience lie with Shakespeare so she was delighted to explore another world in Space Dogs. She’s a founding member of Hip to Hip Theatre Company, where she has played leading roles for the past six years. Short Films include Dark Blue and Retribution. She has appeared at regional theatres across the country, and holds an MFA from Alabama Shakespeare Festival. Joy is the proud mother of two great kids.
I have to write up a bio… How long?
Chriselle Almeida – Cmdr. Shiva Patel
Born and raised in Bombay, India, Chriselle started winning city wide Drama Competitions at the age of 6. She was offered a full talent scholarship to UCLA’s MFA Acting Program. After performing in Off Broadway productions, she booked principal roles in Films (Sex and the City 2, Last Night), Television (Gossip Girl, Body of Proof) and commercials (lots). She is best known for her role as Lakshmi on The Big Bang Theory.
Bryan S. Finch – Editor
Born and raised in Virginia, graduate of the Film and Television program at NYU. He is a freelance editor and is always looking out for the next exciting project to work on, whether it’s on-set or off.
Jenny is an accomplished NYC-based actress whose credits include some of the theatre’s most iconic roles at many of America’s most recognized regional houses.
Thomas Layman – Captain Tiberius Hawk
Tom is basically the hottest guy on the planet. I mean, look at that jaw line. Look at it! Are you kidding me?