Cast + Crew

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Prathi Srinivasan (co-creator, June) is an actor and writer, currently writing on the show iZombie for the CW. Other credits include Jason Alexander’s cable comedy, Hit the Road, and the Disney Channel show Bunk’d. She got her start in the HBO writing fellowship, where she and her cowriter, Joshua Levy, created the show F**ked Up. You can see the pilot on HBOGO, HBONOW, and HBOVOD. An immigrant, she hails from India and has a lifetime of stories to tell the world, most especially about characters that she’s never seen before on screen—characters like her.

Christy Choi (Lydia) is an actress known for playing Brittany on Z Nation. She starred as Monica Chang in the HBO pilot F**ked Up, and most recently was on season 3 of Better Things. She’s done commercials for Honda, State Farm, and Buick, and was an NBC diversity showcase finalist. Behind the screen, she also has a business that focuses on influencer marketing for Instagram and YouTube. She hails from Washington State, and went to University of Washington for acting. 

Briana White (Blake) is a professional actress, content creator and digital influencer. She acted across Andy Samberg in the film Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, costarred in the TV show Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, and was the lead in the hit indie feature, Occupants, which earned her 4 Best Actress Wins. She made an appearance in the viral hit, Princess Rap Battle: Snow vs Elsa, which has over 180 million views. She founded her own YouTube channel, Strange Rebel Gaming, and has built a loyal and wildly engaged viewer base of over 120,000 with over 7 million views across online platforms. She graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with a B.F.A. in Theater. 

Greg Finley (Professor Collins) is an American actor, known for his role as the bad-boy detective and love interest, Drake, on iZombie. He guest-starred on The Flash as the supervillain Girder, as well as starred in the shows Star-Crossed and Secret Life of the American Teenager. Other appearances include CSIHouse, Law & Order: SVU, and the film Hypothermia. Greg was born in Portland, Maine. 

Joshua Levy (co-creator, director) is a writer/director, currently writing for the show iZombie for the CW, with his cowriter Prathi Srinivasan. He and Prathi met back in high school, and they’ve been collaborating together ever since. He credits his Chinese grandmother, a survivor of WWII, and his father, a street-kid from the projects in Brooklyn, for giving him his obsession with storytelling. Josh attended NYU's Tisch School of the Arts for Film and TV Production, worked abroad in London at the BBC, and then followed his dreams to sunny Los Angeles where he currently resides.

Kimberly Browning (executive producer) is the Executive Producer of HBO Access, producing the television pilots developed as part of HBO Access 2016 & 2018 Screenwriting and Directing Fellowship programs. She is the founder of the Hollywood Shorts Film Festival, and also serves as an Associate Short Film Programmer at the Tribeca Film Festival. Kimberley directs and produces film, television, and new media, and is developing under her Griffith Place Films banner. Upcoming productions include Adrift written by Rich Ronat, and Shy written by comedian and radio host Jeffrey Keller. She is also developing the new comedy web series Empire Palms with writer/comedian Matt Siegan. Kimberley directed Room 19, an art documentary film which focuses on the story of an innovative 3rd grade art teacher who transforms her students view of the world - and themselves.

Jesse Haycraft (director of photography) is an award-winning cinematographer in Los Angeles, CA, who has shot for almost every format on screen. You might find him running through the woods with a vintage 16mm camera for an action film, operating a super-zoom digital camera for a hidden camera prank show, or riding a dolly for a fashion commercial. In addition to cinematography, he’s also an accomplished gaffer with several internationally-distributed feature films under his belt. Originally from New Orleans, he specialized in cinematography at NYU Tisch.