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Melissa McBride began her professional acting career in the 1990s appearing in supporting and guest-starring roles in the number of made for television movies and series, and in 2000s worked as a film and commercial casting director in Atlanta, Georgia. In 2007 she had a short but key role in the science fiction horror film The Mist written and directed by Frank Darabont, who in 2010 cast her in his television series The Walking Dead.  McBride is best known for her role as Carol Peletier in the AMC post-apocalyptic television drama series.  In 2014, for her performance in show, McBride has won the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress on Television and was nominated for a Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.


Erin Áine Smith began performing as a four year old in Emory University’s Harmony International Youth Chorus.  She is an Atlanta native, and has attended acting classes and performed in many venues throughout the city.  Her first feature film role was as the young Alexa Stirling in Bobby Jones, Stroke of Genius.  In addition to a number of independent  and short film roles, she has appeared in television commercials, and voice over roles, and television series, such as Revolution, The Vampire Diaries, and Twisted Tales.  She is a graduate of Marist School in Atlanta and Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee.


Geordie White was born in Canada and has lived In Toronto, New York, Los Angeles and Atlanta. After studying at Ryerson Theatre School in Toronto, he began enjoying success in commercials-first booking, a "Max Headroom" Coke spot, plus dozens of others including a promo for the '88 Winter Olympics in Banff, Alberta.  Later moving to New York, his diverse career continued, highlighted by acting, directing & designing/building the set for a successful production of Endgame by Samuel Beckett. Upon moving to LA, his main goal was to play a part in Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, which he did, playing Vamp #1 in Tabula Rasa and enjoyed terrorizing the "Scooby Gang". Lines included were "Send out Spike" & "We wanna kill the Slayer, boss".

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