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Thomas Blake Jr. is an actor/director/writer. He started acting on stage at an early age in North Carolina, later studying at HB Studios in NYC.  Film - "Magnificent 7" (as The Two Gun Kid), "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay 2," "Divergent: Allegiant," "Cabin Fever 2" and many more he hopes you never see. TV - recurring on "Good Behavior," "Outcast," "Quarry" and "Off The Map." Other TV roles include "The Detour," "Aquarius,"“Medium,” “Numbers,” “NCIS,” "Mercy Street,” “Rockville,” “Dawson’s Creek” and ”The Worst Generation.” Favorite stage credits include, Roach in "Point Break Live," Sarah Connor in "Terminator Too" and Andy Warhol in “Andy and Edie.” He is the proud owner of On the Fly Entertainment Inc. which creates unique stage shows most notably Point Break Live, Tom Gun LIVE, and Terminator Too Judgment Play.

Thomas Blake Jr.


Monica Engesser is just crazy enough to be a perfect fit for both Colleen AND Natalie. She's an LA based actor with a penchant for bringing the unusual to life and making people feel better about themselves. She's mostly starred in horror and suspense films ("The Covenant," "The Conduit," "Kidnapped Souls") and was stoked to have minimal screaming and no fake blood involved for this project. When not on set, Monica hangs out with her husband and 3 yr old, does introverted stuff and teaches kids how to swim.

Monica Engesser


Patrick Roman Miller has been away from the acting thang for a bit and is excited to be part of “Crazy in Love” to blow out the cobwebs and dress up a bit. He has an MFA from UC San Diego and a BSEE from UC Irvine. That second degree was a bit of a lark! Patrick appeared in a number of now-cancelled televisions shows: “House,” “Cold Case," "ER," "Sabrina, The Teenage Witch," “Action,” “Dragnet,” “The District,” “The Agency,” “DAG” and “City Guys.” His likely favorite was opposite Jeff Goldblum and Lake Bell in a television movie, “War Stories.” He also co-wrote and co-produced the short film “9mm of Love.” He's appeared in a number of theatrical productions at The La Jolla Playhouse, San Diego Rep, South Coast Repertory and The Mark Taper Forum. He hopes you all love this show and will spend his spare time kayaking and cooking sous vide while he waits for season 2 of

"Crazy in Love."

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Patrick Roman Miller

"Trinity Trio"

Josh Arnold was born and raised in mid-Missouri and has been acting for over a decade. While growing up he watched his older sisters act in plays and knew he wanted to do the same thing. He fell in love the moment he got on-stage. Josh was a part of a few shows while he was homeschooled in middle school. In high school he got the chance to dive headfirst into theatre and has now performed in over twenty plays and musicals. However, Josh’s dream is to be a film actor. His first opportunity to be on set, he starred in “Gumshoe High.” He has also been cast in “Halloween Unforgiving,” “Me,” and of course “Crazy in Love.” When Josh is not bothering his director, he can be found advertising his favorite video game, explaining why BBQ is the best condiment or just daydreaming about how life is a movie.

Josh Arnold

"Dylan Anderson"

Steven LaMorte is a freelance Director and Producer of feature films, television, commercials, web content, music videos and virtual reality. During his studies at New York University Tisch School of the Arts, Steven majored in Film and Television Production. He also studied under Czech Cinematographers and Directors at the 35mm Film Production Program at Prague’s film school FAMU. Since moving to Los Angeles, Steven has directed several feature films as well as dozens of commercials and promos. Most recently Steven produced a series of family films featuring talking tigers, lions, bears and other exotic animals. Steven's upcoming projects include everything from action and faith based films to commercials and virtual reality experiences. He currently lives in Los Angeles, California.

Steven LaMorte


Lyle Weldon has written for primetime television

dramas and comedies as well as animated and live-action family TV. He's optioned screenplays, been hired to rewrite others, created television and web series and had two of his feature scripts published as novelizations by Aisle Seat Books: (check those out -- one's about witch pirates and the other's about a time-traveling old women who has to live her life over again).

He took time off to raise his two lovely daughters and, as a result, can now hang with both Scotch-drinking dads and tea-sipping mommies (who drink harder stuff than tea). He lives in Los Angeles with his wonderful wife and is thrilled to share "Crazy in Love"

with you now.

Lyle Weldon

writer/director/executive producer

an insane new web series

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