Cathy Lynn Yonek received her BA in Theatre from Point Park College in Pittsburgh. She spent a semester studying in London before graduation. After College She studied with Stella Adler in New York City. Her education continued with a 2 year program in Shakespeare and Voice and Speech with Julliard’s Robert Neff Williams. Cathy worked in New York City in theatre and soaps before film. Her first lead role in an indie film was as Hope in The Color of Love.
Currently she has two independent films, Dolled Up, and Privacy, making the festival circuit. A Third film, “The Toy Soldiers” is in post production. On her slate alongside Capsized is a role in an indie feature, Autonomy, by award winning director, Nick Frangione. Past experience includes work as a story analyst for several production companies, and a marketing specialist for the Walt Disney Company. In her free time, Cathy works on perfecting her fist novel, a thriller, Locked In.
A. Michelle Harleston, is currently employed by the Department of Treasury and is a First Sergeant for the TN Air National Guard. She graduated from John Casablanca Modeling & Talent Career Center in 2010. Born in Clarksville, TN and raised as a military dependent, Ms Harleston enlisted in the U.S. Army from 1986 through 1991. Took a 10-year break and re-enlisted in 2001 in the U.S. Army National Guard. In 2004, she enlisted in the TN Air National Guard in which she is the First Sergeant for the 218th ISS. She is also a federal government employee and achieved her education from Fayetteville Technical Community College and the Community College of the Air Force.
HARLESTON has been cast in the following gigs in Lead Roles, to name a few: Regina, in the web series The Accidental President (based off of Dixie Swanson’s Trilogy of books) the short film Fruitcake as Caroline (February 16, 2014 it won Audience Choice Award for Drama at the Dam Film Festival), the short film Antebellum, as Annie, the short film Trust playing duo roles as Sergeant and The Bag Lady, the TV Series Fatal Attraction on TV ONE as Dorothy Washington, Featured roles in the film Olympus Has Fallen as Lynn Jacobs’ (Angela Bassett) Military Aide, on the television series Nashville, as Sean’s Attorney, the television series Sins and Secrets (Hilo episode) as a CSI Agent, a Supporting role in the film The Good Book as The Photographer and many, many more roles.
A. Michelle Harleston attended and graduated in 2010 from John Casablanca Modeling and Talent Career Center, located in Brentwood, TN and decided that acting was what she really wanted to do. She has been featured in various attorney commercials (Hughes and Coleman, Lee Steinburg, Brad Pistotnik, etc) through-out the South, as well as Instructional videos for ESPN, the Internal Revenue Service, IMAXXi’s Online Auctions and Pathfinder Medical Instruments to name a few. She has also appeared in music videos (Balloons by Kris Thomas recently seen in Malaysia), shorts (Saving You, recently viewed in Portugal) and still photography (Project 615.org website, beeattitudes.net website, The Convenient Shopper Magazine, a Visa Ad, Max Closet, etc) prints as a model. She also received the Best Actress Award for 2013 by Faith Flix Films.
Marissa Meizel is a voice actress and Southern California native. Raised in Ventura County she was a part of more than 60 local theatrical productions since age eight and an active member of the Thespian Society while in school. Continuing her training since then all around Los Angeles, she has always had a special passion and place in her heart for voice acting. When not practicing her craft she also enjoys cars, the stars and vintage guitars. She is overjoyed and proud to make her short film debut with Capsized.
Actor Nelson Estevez, a New York City native, fuses natural talent with personal exploration. Whether on a stage, in film, or starring in commercials his knack for character development, through acting, is apparent. With a lust for breakthrough characters, his range transcends that of the chiseled frame and memorable face. His curiosity as an artist directly correlates to his growth, and risk-taking as an actor.
Acting professionally since 2005, Nelson’s work can be seen in a number of films, music videos, and commercials. After migrating to Los Angeles, Nelson did work on Will Smith’s Hitch, I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry, and He’s On My Mind. His television resume boasts stints on ER, CSI: Miami, and Weeds. His music videos include well-known artists Fergie, Avril Lavigne, and Christina Aguilera. Nelson has also worked on a number of ESPN commercials in New York City.
Though working on a professional level, Nelson is very much a student of the craft. He’s adamant about training, both mentally and physically, in preparation for roles. With a background in fitness, conditioning is implemented in every area of his life. His studies have taken place on both coasts of the United States. His training includes sketch improvisational comedy (Upright Citizen’s Brigade), as well as the fundamentals of acting (T. Schreiber Studios).
Pulling from real life experiences, he sees himself as a messenger, evoking a new emotion with every character and every line.
Bernardo Cubría is a actor/playwright who lives in both New York and Los Angeles. He was born in Mexico City and moved back and forth from there to Houston, Texas where he got his B.A. in Theatre Arts. He then moved to New York where he has spent the last six years working in theatre. His favorite credits include Cesar in Basilica (Rattlestick Playwrights), Philip in Philip Goes Forth (The Mint), and Marido in So Go the Ghosts of Mexico (La Mama).
On screen he was recently seen as a co-star on The Good Wife and he also has a supporting role in the film Late Phases directed by Adrian Garcia Bogliano (Official Selection, South by Southwest 2014). As a playwright his play The Redhead is Coming will be receiving a public reading with Barefoot Theatre Company in NYC. Oh and he also love guacamole, but you already knew that.