Missy Yager (Caren) is a member of the Naked Angels Theater Company and has performed in numerous of its productions in both New York City and Los Angeles. Other theater credits include Broadway: THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK opposite Natalie Portman (nominated for a Tony Award for Best Revival). Off-Broadway: Kenneth Lonergan's new play THE STARRY MESSENGER (with Matthew Broderick), THIS IS OUR YOUTH (originated the role opposite Mark Ruffalo and Josh Hamilton), RABBIT HOLE (Geffen Playhouse, Garland Award) the title character in Horton Foote's LAURA DENNIS (Signature Theater). Film credits include: Things People Do (also co-produced, soon to be released), The Aftermath (soon to be released, opposite Sam Trammell), Certainty, B Girl, Dead Man Walking, Fish in the Bathtub, Broken Giant (opposite Will Arnett). TV credits include: “Mad Men” (recurring), "Private Practice,“ My Own Worst Enemy” (recurring) “$5.15/hr.” (in the lead role directed by Richard Linklater for HBO), “Six Feet Under” (recurring), “Boston Public” (series regular), “The Mike O'Malley Show” (series regular), and just about every other show that's ever been on TV and a couple of web series too: “Faux Baby” and “Wainy Days.” Missy also was the Associate Producer of the hit film Friends with Kids.
Mariah Kirstie (Barbie) is a talented young actress from Los Angeles making her film debut in The Track. She got her start at age 8 in a church production of The Nativity Story in which she played the Virgin Mary and hasn't looked back. Since then, she's gone on to star in several notable stage productions including Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Shakespeare's A Midsummer Nights Dream and Arthur Millers' The Crucible. Although she loves the stage, her true passion lies in film and television. Mariah states that her art is "a platform to inspire the world. I want someone to look at me, living my dreams and know that the same can happen for them."
Sam Trammell (Scott) attended Brown University where he gravitated to acting in his senior year. He is best known for his role as Sam Merlotte on the HBO vampire series True Blood, led to a nomination for a 2010 Scream Award for Best Supporting Actor. He was also nominated for a Tony Award as Best Actor (Featured Role - Play) for a revival of Eugene O'Neill's Ah, Wilderness! He currently is featured in the hit Fox 2000 film, The Fault in our Stars.