Cast

JESSI BADAMI (Angela Cocci) grew up in front of a TV in the Bronx, New York. Although beginning her performing career as a ballet dancer, it was reading Frank Capra’s autobiography in the 4th grade that sealed her desire to become an actress. Appearing regularly in independent films (“Steaming Milk,” “Much Ado About Puberty,” “Houseband”) as well as local and national commercials, Ms. Badami also served as co-producer of G-SALE.

SCOTT BURNS (Ed LaSalle) is best known as a comic radio on-air personality (KYCW, KIRO, KPLZ) and impressionist. G-SALE is his first feature film.

Emmy® award-winning actress and writer TRACEY CONWAY (Helen Ziegler) spent nine years as a member of the sketch comedy TV show “Almost Live!” (syndicated on Comedy Central). Her stage roles include leads in “The Importance of Being Earnest,” “Tartuffe,” and Stravinsky’s “The Soldier’s Tale” (performed with the Seattle Symphony/Gerard Schwartz, Conductor).

HENRY DARDENNE (Xavier Fenwick) began his career in daytime television (ABC’s “One Life to Live”). Since relocating to Seattle, Dardenne has appeared in “The Fugitive” TV series and a number of independent films including “Joyful Partaking” and “Outpatient.”

TED D’ARMS (Dick Nickerson) enjoyed a distinguished career in the theatre, appearing in numerous Broadway and Off-Broadway productions and playing opposite Christopher Walken (“Hamlet”) and Richard Chamberlain (“Richard II”). His film roles included Mark Rydell’s “Cinderella Liberty,” Gus Van Sant’s “Drugstore Cowboy, and “Doubles.” D’Arms was also an accomplished photographer and painter. His paintings appear in G-SALE.

A native New Yorker, ROBIN DOUGLAS (BJ Harwood) trained at the High School of Performing Arts, New York University, and HB Studio. Her theatre credits range from an apprenticeship with the New Jersey Shakespeare Festival to the Off-Broadway premiere of Joseph Heller’s “Catch-22.” Since moving to the Pacific Northwest, Douglas has appeared in film and TV projects in both Seattle and Vancouver. Film credits include “Unforgettable” and “Bordello of Blood;” TV credits include “The Fugitive,” “The X-Files,” and “Principal Takes a Holiday.”

JIMMI PARKER (Doris Fenwick) appeared on Broadway with Shirley Booth in “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn” and had a two year run in “The Children’s Hour” with Patricia Neal and Kim Hunter, directed by Lillian Hellman. She won the prestigious New York Drama Critics/Clarence Durent Award for Best Supporting Actress. Parker went on to appear in numerous films, including “In Harm’s Way” with John Wayne, “Hawaii” with Julie Andrews and TV shows “Father Knows Best” and “Dallas.”

WANTLAND SANDEL (Clayton Fenwick) began a second career as a film actor after many years as a successful attorney. He has appeared in “A League of Their Own,” “The Hudsucker Proxy,” “Ricochet River,” and in the Dreamworks horror film “The Ring.”

Seattle TV and radio personality MARY WHITE (Vicky Bell) can currently be heard as a drive-time host on KMPS radio. She has appeared in numerous commercials and in Cameron Crowe’s “Singles.”

TERRY “TJ” JOHNSON (Malcolm Urnbaden) is a stand-up comedian and comedy writer who has created over 40 sketches for Keenen Ivory Wayans’ “In Living Color” TV show. He also wrote for and appeared in the ABC comedy/variety show “Studio 59” and BET’s “Comicview.”

Credits

Angela Cocci………………….JESSI BADAMI
Ed LaSalle………………….SCOTT BURNS
Helen Ziegler………………….TRACEY CONWAY
Xavier Fenwick………………….HENRY DARDENNE
Dick Nickerson………………….TED D’ARMS
BJ Harwood………………….ROBIN DOUGLAS
Doris Fenwick………………….JIMMI PARKER
Clayton Fenwick………………….WANTLAND SANDEL
Vicky Bell………………….MARY WHITE
Malcolm Urnbaden………………….TERRY “TJ” JOHNSON
Heidi Krauer………………….JULIANNE LOUISE REYNOLDS
Architect………………….MATT RIEDY
Chair Shopper………………….GEOFFREY ALM
Angry Shopper………………….JOE MORGAN
Ed’s Co-Worker………………….DANA KELLER
Paper Co. Exec………………….BOB YOUNT
Cocoa………………….POCO