Chris CaferoFernando GonzalezCecilia KimBenj MirmanWilliam Vaughn
Chris is elated to be a part of the Sheeple family! Special thanks to Max, Mara, FringeNYC, and the amazing cast and crew for this wonderful opportunity. Off-Broadway: The Awesome 80′s Prom. TV/Film: As The World Turns, Guiding Light, SNL, Campus Life (Dirs., C. Scorsese/K. Waddell), Life In Parallel. Commercial campaigns Inc: McDonalds, Coke, Nintendo, Dunkin Donuts, Gatorade and more. Chris holds a BA from The George Washington University. He is repped by CESD and DMand talent. Love to his Core Four, family, and friends for their unwavering support. www.ChrisCafero.com
Recent credits include Lopakhin in The Cherry Orchard (dir. Robert Moss), The Husband in La Ronde (dir. Fritz Ertl), and various readings at New York Theatre Workshop. Freshly graduated from NYU, he is very excited to dive into the “real world” (whatever that means) headfirst with the Sheeple team!
Cecilia Kim is thrilled to be back in New York and back on the stage! A drama geek since high school, she left her theatre roots in the city to begin a career in film/TV in Los Angeles. In her two years there she has already been involved in 5 different indie features, as actor and/or producer, all in development or in post. After this production she will be back in LA shooting a silent action film about sex trafficking. Her passion for storytelling motivates her to challenge herself in any media, but performing on the stage is by far her greatest joy.
Benj is a native of Columbus, Ohio and (relatively) recent graduate of NYU/Tisch. He has been lucky enough to work with a variety of wonderful people and companies, including AGGROCRAG and Pipeline Theatre Company. He’s been making some fun videos with The Discipline Committee and is shooting Eric Schaeffer’s film, ‘Boy Meets Girl’ this summer. He has two cats, Scout and Henry.
William Vaughn left Bogart, GA to pursue his dream of pretending to be other people at NYU (Playwrights Horizons Theater School & the Experimental Theater Wing). He loves developing new work including Burning Barn by AP Andrews, We Are All in Paradisedirected by Lear deBessonet with music by Todd Almond, We Bury Our Own by James Simmons, Our Towns by Kaela Garvin, Fat Fat Fatty by Alex Kveton and I’ll Get You Back Again by Sarah Gancher. Directing/choreography credits: L’Histoire du soldat(Access Theater with 100 Proof Arts) and Don Giovanni (Gowanus Loft with LoftOpera)