Joe BasileJOE BASILE (Father Mike Trucco) is a guy from New Jersey. Joe’s love affair with film began in 1976 when, as a kid, he sat in the Middletown UA Theater and was captivated by the movie ROCKY. It was a defining moment in his life. He suddenly knew what he wanted to do. After graduating University of Delaware, Joe relocated to Hollywood. Joe’s had an interesting journey in the entertainment industry. He’s been in front of the camera, behind the camera, set on fire, and received his MFA in Screenwriting from UCLA’s prestigious film school. He’s had the privilege of working with Warren Beatty, Katherine Hepburn, and Mike Nichols – to name a few. To date Joe has been cast in over twenty-five television shows (CRIMINAL MINDS, DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES, ER, WITHOUT A TRACE, 6 FEET UNDER, SEINFELD, and CSI to name a few) and fifteen movies (8 HEADS IN A DUFFLE BAG, GIA, PAPARAZZI, and THAT THING YOU DO). Working both behind and in front of the camera was a valuable lesson in movie making for Joe. He has seen the collaboration it takes to get a movie made. Joe’s IMDB page


Neal BledsoeNeal Bledsoe (Vic Trevi) is an actor, writer and retired Old Spice man from Seattle. He graduated from the drama program at Idyllwild in 2001 and received his BFA in Drama from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts in 2005. He has been on many different television shows such as MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE, MYSTERIES OF LAURA, UGLY BETTY, SMASH, TIMELESS, CODE BLACK and THE LAST TYCOON, and some others with which he just paid his rent. In film, he had a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it role in SEX AND THE CITY 2, but has won several awards for his work in the independent films WEST END, JUNCTION and AFTER THE SUN FELL. On stage, he originated the role of The Count in the world premiere of Stephen Wadsworth’s THE FIGARO PLAYS, worked with Jeremy Irons and Joan Allen on the Broadway premiere of IMPRESSIONISM, and more recently just completed an acclaimed run in THE PRIDE at the Wallis Annnenberg. He is also a writer. His latest work, The Delicate Moron, which details his attempt to actually play pro football on Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley’s Arena football team, the LA KISS, appears in the MMQB on SportsIllustrated.com.  Neal’s IMDB page

Joe NievesJoe Nieves (Buddy Buccellato) has been acting in film and television since 1995. Most notably, Joe has been recurring on How I Met Your Mother for the past 6 years, and is also currently recurring on Southland. He has Guest starred on many shows such as 24, CASTLE, HOUSE, and CSI to name a few. Joe was a series regular on the short lived series DAY BREAK and was a lead in the PRIME SUSPECT pilot. On the big screen (along with WEST END) Joe will soon be seen in Sofia Copolla’s next film BLING RING. Other films of note are SHRING, GAMERS, FLOAT and GORDON GLASS. Currently Joe’s a Disney Dad on STUCK IN THE MIDDLE. Joe’s IMDB page

Peter OnoratiPeter Onorati (John Trevi) made his TV debut as Lou Carello in the long running CBS sitcom KATE AND ALLIE. Upon Peter’s arrival in Hollywood, he was immediately cast in leading roles in critically acclaimed dramas including: NYPD BLUE, CIVIL WARS, UNDER SUSPICION, MURDER ONE and COP ROCK. Peter has guest starred on such highly acclaimed shows as BIG BANG THEORY, HARRY’S LAW, CASTLE, RIZZOLI AND ISLES, THE MENTALIST, IN PLAIN SIGHT, COLD CASE, CHUCK in addition to recurring roles on: CSI, DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES, 24, EVERYBODY HATES CHRIS, and BOSTOM LEGAL, and most recently THIS IS US. Peter has acted over 40 feature films including, GOODFELLAS, POSTCARDS FROM THE EDGE, FIREBIRDS, CAMP NOWHERE, ROCKET MAN and special events on HBO, USA, ABC, CBS, SHOWTIME,such as: TALES FROM THE CRYPT, OUTER LIMITS the HBO world Premiere movies SHELTER, DISAPPEARING ACTS and DANCING IN SEPTEMBER. This fall, along with returning as Stanley Pearson on THIS IS US, Peter will be returning to CBS, the network that gave him his start, as a series regular on the much anticipated S.W.A.T. Peter’s IMDB page

Eric RobertsEric Roberts (Victor Trevi) is an Academy Awards nominee for his role in RUNAWAY TRAIN and a three-time Golden Globes nominee for RUNAWAY TRAIN, STAR 80 and KING OF THE GYPSIES. He also won a Golden Satellite Award for the 2002 season of LESS THAN PERFECT. He also made a profound impact in the Emmy nominated television adaptation of Truman Capote’s IN COLD BLOOD , directed by Jonathan Kaplan and co-starring Anthony Edwards and starred in LA CUCARACHA, which won Best Film at the Austin Film Festival in 1998, and for which Eric won Best Actor in the New York Independent Film Festival that same year. Eric’s starring role in the film, It’s My Party , received critical acclaim at the 1996 Sundance Film Festival. Other notable performances include his roles in FINAL ANALYSIS, THE POPE OF GREENWICH VILLAGE, RAGGEDY MAN, BABYFEVER, HEAVEN’S PRISONERS, THE SPECIALIST and THE GRAVE. Eric’s IMDB page

Melissa ArcherMelissa Archer ARCHER (Lauren Buccellato) has segued smoothly from television to movies. She followed her ten year run on ABC’s ONE LIFE TO LIVE with a starring role in the indie rom-com EXCUSE ME FOR LIVING. The movie also stars Tom Pelphrey, Jerry Stiller, Wayne Knight, Christopher Lloyd and Robert Vaughn. A Texas native, the fiery redhead’s love for acting began in high school where she was also an accomplished singer and dancer, appearing in numerous local productions. After guest-starring in an episode of PBS’ WISHBONE, the determined teen relocated to Hollywood to follow her dream. In 2001 she won the role of Natalie on ONE LIFE TO LIVE and enjoyed a front-burner storyline for a decade. She was continually voted favorite actress in all fan polls. Melissa’s IMDB page

Isabella HoffmanIsabella Hofmann (Mary Trevi) originally hails from Chicago, where she was a member of Second City’s main stage company. After moving to LA, Isabella became a series regular on shows such as DEAR JOHN (NBC), HOMICIDE (NBC), and BEGGARS AND CHOOSERS (Showtime). She has recurred on JAG and CRIMINAL MINDS, and has a long list of guest starring roles including ALPHAS, GREY’S ANATOMY, NCIS and THE FLASH. Film credits include BURLESQUE, DREAMER, LITTLE CHENIER, RENAISSANCE MAN, and THE PRINCESS DIARIES II. Isabella’s IMDB page

Paul CalderonPaul Calderon (Agent Robert Mackey) won an Obie Award for his performance in BLADE TO THE HEAT at the Public Theatre. His most notable Broadway role was opposite Robert De Niro in CUBA AND HIS TEDDY BEAR. Paul also appeared off-Broadway in such plays as REQUIM FOR A HEAVYWEIGHT, DIVINE HORSEMAN, and in Shakespeare’s TROILUS AND CRESSIDA in Central Park. He is a founding member of the Touchstone Theatre, the American Folk Theatre and the Labyrinth Theatre Company. Paul has acted in THE LAST CASTLE, GIRLFIGHT, OUT OF SIGHT, COP LAND, FOUR ROOMS, PULP FICTION, BAD LIEUTENANT, THE FIRM, THE ADDICTION, Q & A, SEA OF LOVE, CLOCKERS, KING OF NEW YORK and LA SOGA. In addition, he has made numerous guest appearances on television series, including recurring roles on DREAM STREET, LAW & ORDER and MIAMI VICE. More recently Paul can be seen in the last season of BOARDWALK EMPIRE, FEAR OF THE WALKING DEAD, and is currently on Amazon’s Original Series BOSCH. Paul co-wrote Abel Ferrara’s 1992 crime drama Bad Lieutenant, starring Harvey Keitel. Paul’s IMDB page

Wayne DuvallWayne Duvall (Fat Patty) has been ‘that guy’ for almost 20 years and has worked with many of Hollywood’s top directors and talents. His films include PRISONERS, LIN OLN,DUPLICITY, EDGE OF DARKNESS, LEATHERHEADS, O’BROTHER WHERE ART THOU?, IN THE VALLEY OF ELAH, PRIDE AND GLORY and APOLLO 13. Having done nearly 100 guest spots on television he is most remembered for the 4 years he spent on the CBS drama THE DISTRICT as Sgt. Phil Brander. He has recurred on BRAINDEAD, MADAM SECRETARY, HELL ON WHEELS and THE GOOD WIFE. Currently he is making his Broadway debut in 1984. Wayne’s IMDB page

Lou MartiniLou Martini‘s (Jimmy Vetrone) first big break was the Off Broadway hit, TONY ‘N TINA’S WEDDING. Lou became America’s favorite doorman on the GASTINEAU GIRLS and is best known for his recurring character, ANTHONY INFANTE on THE SOPRANOS, which earned him a SAG Awards Nomination for Best Ensemble Cast, Drama. Lou has numerous television appearances including LAW & ORDER, LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT, LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT, FALCONE, 100 CENTRE STREET, AS THE WORLD TURNS, RESCUE ME, DAMAGES, WHITE COLLAR, MYSTERIES OF LAURA, UNFORGETTABLE, NURSE JACKIE, VINYL, and THE DEUCE. Lou’s latest film work includes TO REDEMPTION, BILLY’S CULT, ALTO, and SUICIDE NOTES.  His performance won him the best actor award at the prestigious Houston International Film Festival. Lou is set to produce and star in HONOR, an original script he wrote.  Lou’s IMDB page

Anthony ManganoAnthony Mangano (Lou Prescotti) still gets recognized as the COP in POINT BREAK. He recently recurred on PUBLIC MORALS. A show created by Ed Burns and produced by Steven Spielberg. Anthony has been a guest on over 50 television shows including SIENFELD, LAW AND ORDER, DIFF’RENT STROKES, WHO’S THE BOSS, THE WIRE, CUPID, PARTY OF FIVE. He’s recurred on NYPD BLUE, RESCUE ME, PERSONS OF INTEREST, and BLUE BLOODS. Anthony’s has over 20 film credits to his name. Titles included; 8 HEADS IN A DUFFLE BAG, THE DICTATOR, INSIDE MAN, ROADIE. Most recently he wrote, produced, and starred in HEART AND SOUL, a short film based on the life of Anthony’s father, crooner Tony Mann. Anthony plans to develop HEART AND SOUL into a feature film. Anthony’s IMDB page


  • Joe Capozzi – Officer Pete
  • Stephen Badalamenti – Desk Clerk
  • Neal Matarazzo – Funeral Director
  • Rich Duva – Mechanic
  • Nicole Mangano – Hostess
  • Joseph Leone Introna – McGuffin
  • James McGuckin – Contractor
  • Nick Chiarella – Jack the Bartender
  • Sal Chiarella – Cougar Bar Owner
  • Phil Carnes – Rio’s Agent
  • Jennifer Sodini – John’s Comare
  • Judi Franco – Herself
  • Dennis Malloy – Himself


    • Produced by Joe Basile
    • Executive Producers:
    • Shelly LoCascio, Michelle Hurley
    • Original Music by Jeff Cardoni
    • Cinematographers:
    • Clayton Combe, Timothy Naylor
    • Unit Production Manager/Producer: Anthony J. Vorhies
    • First Assistant Director: Duccio Fabbri
    • Edited by Ted Feldman
    • Casting by Donna McKenna
    • Production Design by John El Manahi
    • Costume Design by Lindsey Kruichak
    • Second Assistant Director: Clay Broaddus
  • Second Second Assistant Director: Eddie Griffith
    • Associate Producers:
    • Mark Bernardi
    • Peter Onorati
    • James Quattrochi
    • Production Supervisor: Ben Sabiers
    • Production Manager: Mark Bernardi
    • Location Manager: James H. Fitzgerald
    • Script Supervisor: Veronica Mulero
    • Stunt Coordinator: Manny Siverio
    • Art Direction: Evan Seide
    • Set Decoration: Heidi Strykiewicz
    • Property Master: Gwen Roach
    • First Assistant Camera: Glen Chin
    • Second Assistant Camera: Mary Neary
    • ‘B’ Camera Operator: Jordan Bell
    • Gaffer: Jordan Bell
    • Best Boy Electric: Stephen Troy
    • Electrician: Keagan Fuller
    • Key Grip: Bill Dixon
    • Best Boy Grip: George S. Matsuo
    • Grip: Ben Logan
    • Sound Mixer: Will Masisak
    • Set Costumer: Brittany Graham
    • Wardrobe Assistant: Tracey Kurtz
    • Key Hair/Makeup Artist: David Kalahiki
    • Makeup Artist: Loe Won
    • Additional Hair/Makeup: Jessica Toth
    • Digital Colorist: Harris Charalambous
    • Additional Editor: Tony Wise
    • Special Effects: Ixor Visual FX | Terry Politis
    • Sound Supervisor: Charles Dayton MPSE CAS
    • Rerecording Mixer: Charles Dayton MPSE CAS
    • Sound Effects Editor: Steve Urban
    • Foley Artist: Steve Urban
    • Score mixed by Jeff Cardoni
    • Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Trombone – Jordan Katz
    • Score Mastering – Hans DeKline @ SoundBitesDog
    • Score Orchestration – Jeff Cardoni
    • Loop Group: Ear Whacks
    • Key PA: James Newman
    • Production Assistants:
    • Kevin Mahoney
    • Dave Lugo
    • Julia Luangrath
    • Philip Prince
    • Tim Lugo
    • Ryan Stetz
    • Matthew White
    • Graeme Dempsey
    • J.T. Taylor
    • Frank Baglino, Jr.
    • Erik Massimino
    • Second Unit:
    • Producer: Mark Bernardi
    • Director of Photography: Rob Newman
    • Assistant Camera: Tom Greco
    • Assistant Camera: Jeff Baker
    • Sound Mixer: Jim Baglino