Nathan Wetherington - Josh Weathers
Nathan Wetherington was born in Norfolk, Virginia. He is the youngest of three siblings. His
family soon re-located to Boston. In high school, he played various sports most notably soccer for which he earned a scholarship to a small college in Oregon but declined in favor of attending school in Southern California. After switching majors several times he finally ending up majoring in sociology and fine art. He wrote his senior thesis on Beat Literature having spent an entire semester living in a boarding house in San Francisco studying the subject.
Nathan discovered acting during his final semester of college. He decided it might be fun to take an acting class. Two weeks after the semester ended, he went to an open call audition for the Off-Broadway sensation BLUE MAN GROUP to see what an actual audition might be like. He was as surprised as anyone when he got the job! While living in New York City to train for the show, he was discovered by Amy Herzig who was at the time the VP of Casting for CBS. She sent him to meet with a talent agent and soon he was featured in guest starring roles on such shows as “Law & Order,” “Law& Order: SVU” and the BRAVO reality series: "The IT Factor." During this time, Wetherington also flew to Skywalker Ranch to meet with George Lucas for the role of Anakin Skywalker and was cast as the male lead in the pilot of the Warner Brothers hit series, "The Gilmore Girls."
For the past three years, Nathan Wetherington has also found fame as a highly sought-after drummer. For the most part, he has worked with famed record producer, Linda Perry. Nathan has recorded drums with some of the biggest names in the music world, including: The Dixie Chicks, Christina Aguilera, Alicia Keys, Courtney Love, Vanessa Carlton, Ben Jelen, Sierra Swan, Danielle Powter, Celine Dion, and Sarah Brightman. And he is featured in the January 2008 issue of Modern Drummer magazine.
Stef Willen was born and raised in Boulder, Colorado. She first acted as a bush in an elementary school production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” While attending the University of Colorado, she obtained a more demanding role when her roommate asked her to be the lead in her senior thesis short film. In 2001, Stef graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in anthropology and biology. She was planning on going to Africa to study apes or dig for ancestral humans, but her film was seen by a talent manager in Los Angeles who encouraged her to pursue acting. Stef moved to Denver and studied acting with Brian McCulley. Shortly thereafter, she was signed by an agent and moved to Los Angeles in 2003. There, she studied acting with Nina Kether Axelrod and improv at the Groundlings and ACME Comedy Theatre. She has since starred in many short films and works as an editor to a syndicated columnist. She is also an artist, freelance writer, and published author. This is her first feature film.