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JOHN WESLEY SHIPP (Nick Frankenthaler), currently on The CW’s hit series “The Flash,” starred as The Flash when CBS originated the series for television in 1990’s.  He is a two-time Emmy Winner, first for “As The World Turns” and his second the following year for “Santa Barbara.” A constant presence on television for nearly four decades, Shipp has played other iconic roles on shows, including “Guiding Light,” “One Life to Live,” “All My Children,” “Dawson’s Creek,” “Sisters,” and “Teen Wolf.” 

KYLE DESPIEGLER (Yuri Burkin) studied stage and on-screen performance at Florida State University and later in New York City at the Nylon Fusion Collective theater company. He has worked with the Labyrinth Theatre, Hudson Theatre Guild, and other Off-Broadway venues, as well as appeared in dozens of independent short and feature films.  

MARY ELAINE RAMSAY (Mary Kate Nardilla) is a stand-up comedian/actress originally from Boston.  She lived in NYC for a few years where she did a lot of theater and guested on shows like “The Blacklist”, “Master of None”, and “Public Morals.”  Most recently, she worked on Marvel’s hit TV show “Runaways” on Hulu.    

BRETT AZAR (Motorcycle Man) film and television work includes roles in Terminator: Dark Fate, “Worst Cooks in America," “Jessica Jones,” “Gotham,” and “The Blacklist.” Mr. Azar competed in the Heavyweight Category of the National Physique Committee (NPC) Championships and served as the motion capture model for the famous T-800, working alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger in Terminator Genisys (2015).

ALLISON MACKIE's (Dr. Samantha Freemont) most recent film work includes Night Sweats, The Sounding and Those People. Other film: Our Very Own (with Allison Janney), The Gymnast, Original Sin & Gia (both with Angelina Jolie), Friends & Family, Rear Window, and Sliver. Recent television includes “#Fashionvictim,” “The Affair”, “Unforgettable,” and “Law & Order SVU.”  



ANDREW LYMAN-CLARKE (Writer/Director/Co-Editor) has been developing his skills as a filmmaker for over twenty years, working as a Director of Photography on music videos and independent films and as an editor on feature documentaries. He directed the thriller short Follow the Leader, which played at Tribeca Cinemas and on the festival circuit, and currently is an Integrated Video Producer at JPMorgan Chase. He is excited to debut as a feature filmmaker with Night Sweats, a movie inspired by true events. 

SETH PANMAN (Producer/Story Co-author), with a diverse and varied background, is currently co-founder and CFO of ThreeWay Product. Before forming his own company, Seth produced and directed numerous shorts, commercials and music videos, including the 2008 "Hillary In The House" music video which was featured on CBS and Tosh 2.0.


JASON ABRAMS (Producer/Actor, "Charles") is President of Time Will Tell Productions, which develops and produces independent films out of Brooklyn, NY. Prior to producing Night Sweats, Jason produced director Andrew Lyman-Clarke’s film, Follow The Leader, as well as the short film The Session, directed by Seth Panman. Abrams plays the role of Charles Herbert in Night Sweats and previously appeared on “Mad Men,” “Flight of the Conchords” and “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.”

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