Little Rose Cast
Brandi Barbee - Roisin
Brandi Barbee is an actress in Houston TX beginning her film career. She is represented by Pastorini-Bosby talent agency. She attended Texas Tech University where she contemplated a career in the medical field and met her husband. She enjoys learning every aspect of film making. When not pursuing acting opportunities you can find her with her two young children (ages 4 and 1) attached to her leg.
Ronald Calzolari - Steve
Ronald Calzolzri is an actor from Houston, TX and has been passionate about acting since the age of twelve. He graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of General Studies in Arts, Media and Entertainment. He has also taken part in a number of short films that have won awards in film festivals.
Shelli Fox - Edna Lofton
Shelli Fox was born as Shelli McCollister. She is known for her work on Cooler (2012), The Long Drive Home (2013) and Crazy Enough (2012). She has been married to Jed Fox since 1998. They have four children.
Phoenix Sloane - Amy Calhoun
Phoenix Sloane is known for her role as Veda in Veda, an Indie feature film, also directed by Stanley. Sloane is enjoying her role in the short film Escape in Houston with International Director Alexandra Galindo Moreno. Sloane is currently producing her first documentary series alongside Moreno. Sloane played Playa Playa’s girlfriend in the indie film, The Pizza Joint Movie alongside Noel Gugliemi. Sloane played a social worker in Grammy Nominated Gospel Artists, Trini-tee 5:7’s video Over and Over, featuring P.J. Morton, filmed in March 2011 and also had a role in their other video, Heaven Hear My Heart, also filmed in March 2011. Sloane performed the role of Kassima in the short film Vamp screened at Splatterfest in 2014. She also played a Mean Boss in the 2014 Project Greenlight Short Film: Heads or Tails. Sloane studied acting classes with coaches Deke Anderson and Crystal Martinez in Houston, Texas and Elizabeth Reeder in Austin, Texas. Sloane is an avid reader and dancer and enjoys Zumba and hot yoga.
Jed Fox - Ed Lofton
Born in August of 1961, the fifth of six children, Jed Fox (that is his given name) moved frequently as his father served in the Air Force until his retirement. "This had the added benefit of moving to some beautiful places, like Hawaii, and making us very close as we depended on each other a bit more than friends outside the family, in particular when we were young."
Jed always exhibited imagination and a desire to become different people, even at a very young age, creating elaborate costumes and, more than merely playing, "becoming" characters from literature, movies, history and television.
His mother had professional experience in 'show business' and both parents encouraged him to pursue acting (with something to fall back on, of course!) Like most teens, Jed listened to them, and then pursued a living as a professional musician instead. After approximately 5 years of near misses in the music industry, Jed joined the Air Force himself. After four years, Jed re-entered the civilian world. Struggling at various odd jobs and low pay in New Mexico in the late 80's, Jed relocated to Lawton, Oklahoma where he served 20 years as a police officer. During this time he met his wife-to-be, Shelli. She was a dispatcher at the same department.
She encouraged them to start acting in the local community theaters, which they both loved. As retirement loomed near and their four boys 'left the nest' they started to pursue acting as their sole professional career. Good fortune has followed them and this has been their "day job" since retirement.
Taylor Nieland - Callie
Taylor is an actress in Houston, Texas represented by Pastorini-Bosby Talent. After graduating with a Bachelors of Business Administration in Marketing from Texas A&M University, she couldn't shake the feeling that she was meant to pursue something that nobody would have expected. After three years of weekly professional acting classes coupled with a full-time job in marketing, Taylor's husband encouraged her to take a leap of faith and focus on her passion for acting. It was his support that gave her the courage to follow her dreams and do what she always knew she was born to do.
She stays current by attending on-camera film acting classes with Deke Anderson at Next Level Acting Studios and Trisha Ray's Stanislavski Method class at Next Actor Studio.
Outside of acting, Taylor enjoys traveling, hot yoga, reading, and spending time with her friends, family, and her Goldendoodle.
Tim Llewellyn - Big Jake
Tim Llewellyn is represented by Linda McAlister Talent. Tim has had roles in such films as It’s Time, Bomb City, Justice, Swimmers, When We First Met, Loop 5, and Linker.
Michelle DeShazo - Trippy
Michelle DeShazo is a student just beginning her acting career. She is a college senior majoring in Psychology and Biology. In fall, 2018 Michelle is moving from Tulsa to Austin to attend graduate school for advertising and plans to continue to pursue her acting career as well.
Sylvia Corkill - Daisy Chronicle
Sylvia returns in her role as ace reporter Daisy Chronicle. Sylvia first took on this challenging role in Beaches, Buns and Bikinis and then was featured in the short movie With All the News That's Fit to Wear... and Texoma. Sylvia is a live shot reporter in Oklahoma City.
Dan Perrin - Davy Sane
Dan Perrin's foray into acting began when he was cast in the epic motion picture Beaches Buns and Bikinis along with American thespian icon Ron Jeremy. After a brief respite in Houston, Dan has returned to acting full force. As the leading man Texoma Dan is nominated as Best Actor in a Feature by the Sunny Side Up Film Festival as well as Best Actor - Male in a Feature at the 2018 Bare Bones Film Festival.
Pamela Bell - Television Anchor
Pamela was born in Waurika, Oklahoma and grew up in Chickasha. She was known by the name of Pam Ivy. Pam attended the University of Oklahoma where she met her husband, John Bell. Pam and John have been married over 31 years, live in Norman, and have two grown children. In addition to acting, Pam likes to paint using oils and some of her work is on display Gallery 123 in Norman.
Pat Bishow - Buzzy Fuzz
Pat Bishow is a producer and writer, known for We Might Be Superheroes (2014), Three Cases for CC Brite (2010) and The Adventures of El Frenetico and Go Girl (1993).
Ricky Razor - Young Davy Sane
The Cutthroat Bastards came into being out of the warped mind of Ricky Razor in early 2011. His love of old school Hardcore, Scum and Crust Punk has come out in this demented musical project that sounds like old school Minor Threat fused with scum rock grooves and the occasional blast beats of Toxic Narcotic. Spending many sleepless nights in the studio The Cutthroat Bastards are currently recording a full length album that will be released later this year.
DAVID LEE ANDERSON - Emcee
David Lee Anderson is an actor who has been featured in films, commercials and new media projects since 2013. David Lee gained his SAG-AFTRA eligibility for a principal role in the western PAINTED WOMAN filmed in Guthrie and released in theaters in 2017 and more recently on Amazon, iTunes and STARZ network. More recent principal roles were for CHRISTMAS IN THE HEARTLAND, and Trifecta Communications' FOLK SECRETS, playing the continuing character Jonathan Quill in an interactive treasure hunt involving pirates, outlaws, historical figures and events from Oklahoma history.
Sandra Dahdah - Mrs. Roscrum
Sandra Dahdah is known for her work on The Golden Rut (2016), The Son (2017) and Mama! (2016).
Fred Ressel – Tommy Sane
Fred Ressel honed his acting skills in the break out role of Big Mike in the beach movie Beaches, Buns and Bikinis. He is pleased to catch the essence of the character of Tommy in Little Rose.