Jen was raised on the East Coast but is now overjoyed to call Los Angeles her home (for the last 20 years). Making her living as a professional actor, Jen has appeared in dozens of movies, TV shows and commercials; most notably: Deep Impact; Rob Zombie’s House of 1000 Corpses; and the cult classic and Sundance winner, The Brothers McMullen. Television credits include Nashville, Parenthood, ER, The Drew Carey Show and many more. Jen has enjoyed learning about the business of acting from many different angles: as a talent manager, a writer, a producer, and of course, as an actor. This variety of experience enables Jen to be a unique and skilled guide to aspiring actors worldwide.
Camille grew up in Northern California but is now a very happy SoCal defector. Armed with wanderlust and fascinated with the craft of acting she trained in London, Paris and throughout the United States before setting her sights on Los Angeles. She moved here fresh from graduate school after getting her MFA in Acting from the University of Washington’s Professional Actor Training Program, and immediately saw a need to help actors transition from academia to working actor. Currently on the teaching staff of Santa Barbara City College’s Theatre Department, Camille guides aspiring students towards L.A. acting careers. She has worn many hats as a producer, writer, acting teacher and even an agent’s assistant. From stage to screen and back again, Camille gets it.
The spectacular Ross King, originally from Glasgow, is a Scotsman who now happily calls L.A. home. You’ve seen our Ross on the ITV morning shows “Good Morning Britain” and “Lorraine” as their L.A. correspondent. Covering everything from the Oscars to daily happenings in L.A., Ross was the Entertainment Anchor on KTLA’s Prime News snagging four Emmys and a Golden Mic Award to boot. You have likely seen Ross interviewing Lady Gaga, Johnny Depp, George Clooney, Clint Eastwood, Brad Pitt, Denzel Washington and Gerard Butler to name a few. An experienced actor, Ross was Frank-n-Furter in the musical, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.” Oh, yes he was. And lastly, as a best selling author, Ross penned the incredible books, “Taking Hollywood” and “Breaking Hollywood.” How much more L.A. can you get?!