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Pranidhi Varshney
PRANIDHI VARSHNEY (Rekha) is a Los-Angeles based actress, singer, dedicated yoga practitioner, and passionate home cook.  Her stage credits include Arabian Nights directed by Mary Zimmerman at Berkeley Rep and Kansas City Rep, Sita in Lookingglass Theatre’s Sita Ram, Pushpa in Silk Road Theatre Project’s Merchant on Venice, and Dock Street Singer at Navy Pier Chicago.  Her on-camera credits include Foreign Body, a web-series based on Robin Cook’s novel by the same name, as well as several commercials and industrials.  She recently completed a yoga teacher training though YogaWorks and is looking forward to passing the practice on to others.  For more, visit
PETER PASCO (Omar) was born in Brooklyn and raised in the Bronx. After graduating from New York University he moved to Los Angeles where he has worked in numerous commercials and some theatre. His tv credits include: Judging Amy, The Shield, Out of Practice, Entourage, Boomtown, and Greg the Bunny. He has various film credits, and in 2007 he was honored as the Best Actor in the NYC Picturefest Film Festival. In 2009 he was one of the few actors invited to participate in the Sundance Directors Lab under the tutelage of Robert Redford, Alfre Woodard, Ed Harris, and Catherine Hardwicke to name a few. Currently, he performs improv as a member of Comedy Sportz LA’s Sunday company.
AJAY MEHTA (Dev) was born in New Delhi, India & educated at Mayo College & St.Stephens College, Delhi University.  He made his U.S. Primetime TV debut in 1989 on NBC ‘ Around the World in 80 Days’ opposite Sir Peter Ustinov.  Ajay has since accumulated a wide range of credits, including tv’s Nip/Tuck, Private Practice, 24, Eli Stone, Sex and the City, and Royal Pains (recurring).  His film work includes Spiderman, Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World, and Serendipity.  Since the Summer of 2007, Ajay has been the Campaign Spokesman for Fiber One brand products and Fiber One Yoplait, playing a Regional Manager of a supermarket.
REENA DUTT (Jayati) is based in Los Angeles.  Her credits include: Theatre NYC: Slamdance, MCC, Ars Nova, The National Asian American Theatre Company, HERE Arts Center, Miller Theatre, New York Fringe Festival. Theatre LA: Furious Theatre Co., Mark Taper Forum’s New Works Festival, East West Players,Will and Company, The Matrix Theatre. Film: FillumStar: The Peter Patel Story ,Looking for Comedy in the Muslim World, Ways of the Flesh. TV: Criminal Minds (CBS), Medium (NBC), Out of Practice (CBS). Web: The Real Girl’s Guide to Everything Else.Training: William Esper Studio NYC, Theatre Tribe LA, Robey Theatre Co. LA, Membership: SAG, Off-Chance Productions, Theatre of NOTE.


TORI ROY (Meena) is a Meisner-trained actress who has traveled the road from the Shakespearean stage as Fairy Queen Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, to play lead in several modern stage plays like Eric Bogosian’s Sex Drugs Rock & Roll, Caroline Kava’s The Early Girl, It had to be You by Renee Taylor & Joseph Bologna, Agnes of God & The Toyer.  Currently a member of the ARK Theater Company, and previously a troupe member at Hayworth Theater in Los Angeles, her film Extraordinary Barry opened in LA in 2008.  She speaks fluent Hindi and is trained in classical Indian music and dance.  Her TV credits include “Hawthorne” and “House” as well as several commercials that have been telecast in China/Shanghai. Tori is also a screenwriter, with an award-winning screenplay titled “Choosing Sides”.


DAVID NOVAK (Carlos) is a veteran of numerous films and television spots. Highlights include the recurring role of “Tiso” on ABC Television’s “General Hospital” for 16 episodes; guesting on USA Television’s “In Plain Sight,” Days of our Lives,” and “Melrose Place,” among others.  David starred as “Caiphas” in “Color of the Cross 2: The Resurrection” (Warner Bros. Distribution), and had a starring role as “General McFadden” in Asylum’s “Super Croc,” among others. Also, David is currently in production as lead starring role of “Tony Vernelini” in the romantic comedy directed by Dennis Devine, “Dewitt & Maria.”  David has also been seen in numerous commercials including a national “Buffalo Wild Wings” spot, and can be heard in many voiceovers.