|World Premiere||Free Your Inner Shag|
| Gabriel Swatzell as Larry Talbot.
Gabriel's origins are largely unknown, although rumors have persisted that he was the love child of Ron, from Happy Days, and Betty White. Acting has always been part of his life, starting with several years in the local children's theatre. Gabriel currently resides in London, where he works for fun and plays for work. His hobbies include hamster chucking, air guitar, kazoo, jumping in front of the paparazzi to get his photo taken and sitting in Starbucks, waiting to be discovered. "Working with the crew of the Furry, especially Geoff and Mo was one of the best times I have ever had. I’m thankful to be a part of something so creative and fun."
| Blake Freeman as Clyde Cleansweep III
This is Blake's first collaboration with Director Geoff Klein and the second collaboration with Editor and Graphic Artist, Mo Fine, as well as being his third film project working as both an actor and writer. He is from and lives in Seattle, Washington. He was born in 1968 and will never die... ever. "Playing the role of Clyde Cleansweep in The Furry was fun. Working creatively with brilliant minds to tell an interesting story was even better! I hope we can make another one for you to enjoy."
| Babs Lindsay as Madge
I was an actress in LA for 20 years, studying at the Lee Strasberg Institute, the 5th Street Studio Theater, the Ensemble Studio Theater, and Theater Geo. Performances include onstage, TV, film, and print. I have worked with Dennis Hopper, James Earl Jones, Harry Morgan, Dwight Yoakum, Woody Harrelson, and Ed Asner. During those years, I supported myself with every sort of odd, part time, temporary job: bank teller, carpenter, ticket seller at a porno theater, vehicle maintenance. I moved to Seattle and have acted in commercials, industrials, feature films, and onstage at Book-It and Stone Soup Theater. I enjoy acting because it gives me the unique opportunity to slip inside the skin of people sometimes very different from myself and experience the world through their eyes and and shoes.
| Tom Norton as Arnie Feldman
Tom is a West Seattle artist and musician/composer, and has been creating, art, songs and film and video scores since there was barely fire...his soundtrack for The Furry is the third project for Diablo Rojo Films. Currently, Tom's original art is on exhibit in various Seattle venues including Angelina's and The Bohemian in West Seattle, and his website allows viewers to see and hear his work, his video music/art presentations, and more...yes! There's more!!! Tom likes thai food, dogs, fishing and occasionally has been seen licking windows...tomnortonart.com
|Kyle Stanley as The Previous Furry
Kyle Stanley started acting at his local Middle School and it was here that his career reached its peak. During this prolific period he was cast as Mowgli in "The Jungle Book" and received a paycheck for his work with the Seattle Children's Theater in "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever." In the twilight of his career he was considered for the role of Obie in Ivan Reitman's "Big Shots" and played a bear in a University of Washington undergraduate production. Don't call it a comeback.
Alison Bower made her debut at 7 years old as a member of "The Lollipop Guild" in her elementary school production of The Wizard of Oz. She KILLED that performace and has never really been able to top it. Never the less, she has performed in the independent films, "Puddle Cruiser" and "The Slammin' Salmon" produced and created by Broken Lizard Comedy (makers of Super Troopers, Club Dred, Beer Fest). In her spare time, Alison is Assistant Head of School at Giddens, a wonderful independent school in the CD. She loves her children, her husband and standing in warm oceans on sunny beaches. Performing in The Furry was a blast.
| Sabrina Sander as Gwen
Sabrina Sander is a shy artist, but her family would say she started acting (goofy) at the age of two. She’s had fun playing make believe throughout the years: Old Mother Hubbard, Dorothy of the Wizard of OZ, comedy skits for Pantherama, and produced various creations with friends such as “The Lonely and Depressed”, a soap opera comedy where she played a murderous villain, the mother, and a dead beat boyfriend. And then there was Kama sutra Krysta in The Money Shot, which IS a comedy! Most of all she had great fun playing Gwen in The Furry.
| Larry Metcalf as Carpet store security
Larry was born in 1977 in Colorado Springs, CO. His mother's name is Jeanette and his father, John. After living in Colorado for 13 years Larry moved to Spokane, WA. where he attended Lewis and Clark High School. Larry was involved in sports, debate, & student government. He left short of graduating to move to Seattle and explore life. Before he became successful, Larry supported himself by driving strippers in limos, moving refrigerators and spreading buns for Dick's Hamburgers. Larry enjoys spending time with family & friends & traveling & fishing. Larry is married to Jennifer Metcalf. They first met in 1999, at a social function in Seattle, WA. The Metcalf's have three daughters: Mackenzie, Madison, and Miley. All three children were born at Highline Hospital in Burien,WA.
| Taigan Reynolds as "the Future Furry
Taigan Reynolds is a Western Washington native who credits his love of pretending, er, um, acting, to the years he spent playing alone in the woods while growing up on Camano Island. He is also stunned that his scene made it past the cutting-room floor.
|Jody Campbell as Mindy
I have been doing voice over's for various stations and projects including, "Comedy in the Wrong Hands" for KISW, and was a part of the Disney Channel in the 90's. I mostly enjoy spending time with my family, friends, and my dog, Nike. Who knows what's next?! Maybe Geoff will have me in his next movie...