Cast and Crew Bios


Paul Darrigo grew up in New Jersey. He studied Martial Arts for 12 years and attained the 3rd degree level of black belt in Kung Fu. This led to studying stage combat and becoming a fight coordinator. Some of his TV acting credits include “Judging Amy”, “Passions”, and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” He will be cast in one of the leads in the upcoming film “Stingers” released by Fox video in November.

He has also directed and produced a music video, and will also act and shoot the short film, “The FBI Guys” which he has written as well. Paul also volunteers for LA Animal Services which operates all 5 city shelters. Please save an



Joel Spence grew up in San Antonio and went to SMU in Dallas where he received his BFA in Acting. Joel was a company member of Minneapolis’ Theatre De La Jeune Lune where he performed in over twenty-five productions, and later trained at Ecole Philippe Gaulier in London. While in London he wrote and performed in the comedy One Night Only which also had a successful run at the Edinburgh Festival.

Since moving to Los Angeles in 2002, he has been in over ten independent films, two sketch comedy shows and one episode of The District, Miss Match and Judging Amy. He has also performed with the theatre company Meadow’s Basement in Hors d’Ouevres and The Bear. At the Geffen Playhouse, he understudied the role of Versati in Steve Martin’s The Underpants.

In 2002 he played Ken in the feature Killing The Dream which received the Grand Jury Prize at the Temecula Film Festival in 2003. This year he starred in The Crop which was selected as one of the top shorts presented in The Los Angeles 48Hour Film Festival. He has four wives and eighteen kids.



Lance Holt is originally from San Jose, California, and has traveled to over fifteen countries entertaining our troops with the Dept. of Defense Overseas Shows Division, performing murder mysteries where they need it most. Lance has performed with the Seattle Children’s Theatre, The Seattle Repertory Theatre, Ft. Worth Shakespeare in the Park, and Portland’s Storefront Theatre. He began his training at San Jose State University, progressing to the Pacific Conservatory for the Performing Arts in Santa Maria and the Professional Actor Training Program at the University of Washington.

Among his favorite credits in the voice-over field are 15 pirate voices for the Discovery Channel’s “Pirates: Captain’s Quest,” several American and British WWII pilots in the History Channel’s “The Color of War,” several characters for animé features produced by New Generation Pictures.

On camera, Lance has starred in the High Definition DV shortfilm, “PinMonkeys,” and as Fisher Prescott: Deputy Director of the CIA in the popular internet series, “Dark Commandos.” Last year, Lance traveled to Morocco to film the lead in the History Channel docudrama entitled, "The Battle of Tripoli" - Nominated for an Emmy this year!