CAST

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JEAN SAMUEL
ANDRÉ

as Doc

Born in April 18th 1989, Jean Samuel André also known as Jasmuel Andri is an actor, scriptwriter, writer, playwright, standup comedian and a spoken word artist. He started doing theater at while studying in sociology at the Faculty of Humanities in 2008. In 2010, he joined the drama company THEATRON led by Patrick Joseph. That same year, he began working as a writer and actor in forum theater at Haiti en scène. In 2011, he wrote his first musical comedy City of lights. Jasmuel is the founder of Collectif Hors Jeu, a spoken word collective aiming to preserve the cultural folklore of Haiti. Jasmuel participated in the TV series entitled Judge me right and lent his voice to radio dramas and puppet films. However, his main activity remains writing. He is the writer of the play Lousy desire, desire lousy and It's moving, I'm 20, a short story tinted with dark humor. In 2013, he represented Haiti at the Just for laughs festival in Montreal at the Maisonneuve Theatre. Today, Jasmuel is currently writing for several comedy shows in Haiti while pursuing his education at National School of humor in Quebec.


Gessica Geneus

GESSICA
GÉNÉUS

as Laura

Gessica Généus is a Haitian born actress. She made her first film at the age of 17 in Barikad, directed by Richard Seénécal, one of the most popular movie in the Haitian cinema. She starred in a number of acclaimed Haitian films like Le Président a-t-il le sidaCousineMoloch TropicalLes amours d'un zombieWe love you Ann, and recently in the telefilm produced by France 2, Toussaint Louverture. She studied in Paris at the Acting International School, and currently works in Haiti and France.


Christina Guérin

as Muriel Perralt

Christian Guérin is a skilled writer, a versatile stage actress, talented standup comedian and a dynamic producer. Born and raised in Haiti, she is the founder of BLOOM S.A., a communication and production company based in Haiti. Daughter of well-known author, Mona Guérin, Christina creates all her characters, which she plays in her comedy shows locally and internationally. She's the producer a radio soap "Zoukoutap" broadcasted nationally. In 2013, she represented Haiti in the Just for Laughs festival in Montreal at the Maisonneuve Theatre. Today, Christina focuses more on writing other on producing radio and TV shows for 2015. 

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Patrick Joseph Actor

PATRICK JOSEPH

as Patrick / Benjamin Perralt Jr.

Patrick Joseph was born in Port-au-Prince on August 26th in 1983. He studied literature at École Normale Supérieure of the State University of Haiti. From the 2000s, he participated in training courses in acting skills and later in staging under the supervision of Catherine Boskowitz at the Royal Conservatory of Liège in Belgium (ESACT). He took part in the creation of several shows, as an actor and director in several theater festivals in Haiti such as Festival Quatre Chemins and Kont anba tonèl. In May 2009, he played in Moloch Tropical, a feature film by Raoul Peck. Among other things, he participates in artistic residencies that led him to La Rochelle in fall 2009 and to Ouagadougou Festival for the festival Les Récréâtrales in 2010. There, he created Incessants, a play based on the texts of the well-known stage director and writer Guy Junior Regis. In 2011, he adapted and presented "Africologne" in Cologne at the African Theatre Festival. That same year, he moved to Germany where he currently works both as director and actor.


MANFRED MARCELIN

as Commissaire Fritz

Manfred Marcelin is a Haitian actor and comedian born on August 27th 1969. Father of 3 boys and a girl, he always says that acting chose him since 1987. He started with commercials, which led him to theater and acting. We know him for successful shows such as Kakofonie and KAJ. He is mostly known for several movies such as Millionnaire par ErreurLe Président a-t-il le SidaLe Cap à La UneCicatrice I. Since its creating in 2001, Manfred is one of the most influential members of the Haitian Filmakers Association.  Today, Manfred is working on a late night show that will hit the screen early 2015.

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ROLAPHTON
MERCURE

as Zoe

Rolaphton Mercure also known as Rome is an actor, writer and a spoken word artist. He was born in Port-au-Prince on September 26th in 1988. Very young he started doing theater with Patrick Joseph, Ralphe Theodore, Pascale Julio and Jean Samuel André. He participated several time as an actor in Quatre Chemins Theater Festival in Haiti. In 2012, he was awarded the Caribbean creative writing prize where he entered a writing residency in Paris. Following the residency, he participated to the festival les Francophonies in Limoges (France) in the play of Marivaux entitled "The game of love and chance ". Rome is fascinated with cinema and plans to pursue a career in film. He will attend Cine Institute in the fall of 2014 and began his training in film directing.


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JIMMy
JEAN-LOUIS

as Captain Marcel

(born August 8, 1968) is a Haitian actor and model best known for his role as The Haitian on the NBC television series Heroes. Born in Pétion-Ville (Haiti) he moved to Paris at a young age to pursue a career in modelling. His early roles were in French musical theatre and television commercials. Moving to Los Angeles in the late 1990s led him to landing roles in underground and independent films.

Soon after, he shot Derailed with Jean Claude Van Damme. Which set the stage for subsequent roles other Hollywood A-listers. To name a few, Tears of the Sun, Hollywood Homicide, Monster-in-law and the Miracle Match. Jimmy recently shot his most important role to date where he portrayed "Toussaint Louverture" and won Best Actor at the Pan African Film Festival, at the Trinidad and Tobago International Film Festival and at Vues d'Afrique International Film Festival in Canada. He was also nominated Best Actor at the Africa Movie Academy Awards in 2012. With an international appeal and speaking 5 languages, Jimmy has been working around the world making full use of his ability in acting.


Jaques BOURJOLLY jr.

as Benjamin Perralt

Jacques Bourjolly Jr., know as Kako, is a Haitian comedian, actor, writer, producer, radio host and entertainer. Born on September 21st 1969, Kako is the father of 2 boys and 1 girl. His very first work was La Belle Époque in 1994 with his comedian friend, Ashley Laraque. Later on, Kako created KAJ with 2 friends, focusing mainly on comedy shows around social aspects of Haiti. The best we know are Anba Kòd(2008), Medam Mesyeu Yo (2009), Les Rats Peurs (2010) and Nou Tout Ka Fou(2012). He also participated to Dekole 3 years in a row from 2007 to 2009. We mostly know Kako for his internationally acclaimed show entitled Bingo Night. It was a major success that propelled his career. The show toured around Haiti, Dominican Republic, Martinique, USA and Canada. In 2013, Kakofoni was another success. Kako is also a host of his own radio show entitled Kako Kò w. A great lover of sports, Kako founded Kako's kids, a non-profit organization working to help children in need through sport and education. Today, Kako is working actively on his late night show that will be aired on television early 2015.


Sophie Martin

as Audrey Perralt

Born on June 1st 1983 in Paris, Sophie Martin is a French actress and scriptwriter. She began drama at the age of 10 in "La compagnie des sales gosses" with nearly 1000 shows. It lead her to perform in famous halls and theatres such as Le Café de la Gare, La Gaité Montparnasse and L'Olympia. In 2005, she joined EICAR, an acting school and later in 2006 Cours Florent in her 3rd year. 

She wrote and performed an urban comedy with Charlotte Bartocci Les Pavés sur Scène. After more than 300 performances, they've won the Press Prize in Avignon in 2008. Then, she was casted in many short films. Among them, some were awarded the Jury Prize in Stuttgart and the Audience Prize in Festival of New Cinema in Paris. 

After being the voice of several documentaries, her voice was recorded on more than 120 TV programs for kids. Thanks to internships with Nancy Bishop, American casting director, and Jack Walters, she was given a part in some episodes of Des Soucis et des Hommes, a TV series broadcasted on France 2. 

She wrote Poolshit, a short film in which she performed and was produced by Pulpstation. The short film was chosen for a contest launched by Quentin Tarantino and taken on the Short Film Corner of the 2013 Festival de Cannes.  

In 2014, she plays the role of Manue in the dark movie La Goutte d'Eau produced by Threesome Films. She also gets casted in a new comical TV series on Nolife channel. 

In 2015, she is glad to be part of the movie Kidnapping Inc., a full-length feature film directed by Bruno Mourral.