David Garzon, bit by the acting bug towards the end of his high school days has decided to fully commit to acting. Taking Acting and theater classes in Suffolk Community College David expanded his growth and eventually found himself studying in NYC with the great acting coach Alex Dwek, working one on one, on impov, monologues, scene study, commercial and print, and group work. Recently David has acquired to be represented by a great management company "Ingrid French Management". Bilingual (English/Spanish) David is working on a student film for Suffolk Community College.
Native of France, Sylvie Nappey moved to Princeton, New Jersey in 1998.She began performing in High School in France as Toinette inMoliere’s play “The Imaginary Invalid”. Passionate about acting and public speaking she works with Acting Coach AlexDwek on Physical Life, Intense scene study, Monologues, and charm before during and after. Also Alex preps me for each audition and presentation. Speech Coach Brian Loxley to hone her skills.Sylvie is represented by Ingrid French Management in New York City. She has auditioned for voice over and commercials.She is also an active speaker and officer at her local Toastmasters Public Speaking Club in Plainsboro, NJ.
Eugene Lorenzo Martin is a Liberian-American actor born and raised in Staten Island, NY. He is the 2nd son of 1st generation Liberian immigrants. He grew up in a Christian household with a father as a pastor and mother who was a Sunday school teacher. Early in his life Mr. Martin was very active in the church. His very first appearance on stage was at the tender age of five when his Sunday school class put on an original production in which he had the leading role. While Martin very much enjoyed performing the lead role of his church plays, the acting bug’s bite took full effect several years later during his senior year at Curtis High School where he played the “Leading Player” in his high school’s production of “Pippin”. Sold out audiences fell in love with his portrayal of Ben Vereen’s character in the legendary broadway musical.
Later, Mr. Martin took on leading roles in college productions and competed in off Broadway competitions where his performance along with a very talented cast won the 2013 One Act Play Competition in the Manhattan Repertory Theater.
His most notable performance though can be seen on film and comes courtesy of his portrayal of Gortokai in the Liberian epic “Murder in the Cassava Patch”. This true story turned novelette was shot entirely on location in Liberia, West Africa and directed by Yorel Francis who first noticed Martin in a performance at the College of Staten Island. Along with this film, Mr. Martin has appeared in several independent films such as “Ms. D” “Full Circle” and Michael Clark’s final film, “The Challenger” to name a few.
Mr. Martin also runs his own entertainment company doing party services throughout the tri-state area. He is an enormous talent and plans to become a household name within the near future.