ERIK KOCHENBERGER
ERIK KOCHENBERGER

(Adam) was born and raised in Colorado, but moved to New York at the age of 18 to attend NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. He has since graduated with his BFA in Drama and has acted in a handful of Off- and Off-Off-Broadway shows. This is his first feature film.

MCLEAN PETERSON
MCLEAN PETERSON

(Dana) is a recent graduate from Atlantic Acting School at NYU Tisch School of the Arts and she could not be more excited to be a part of such a heartfelt production. McLean could also not feel more weird about addressing herself in the third person. 

TEO RAPP-OLSSON
TEO RAPP-OLSSON

(Simon) Teo Rapp-Olsson is a native New Yorker and attended NYU Tisch where he studied at both Stella Adler Studio and Stonestreet Studios. His recent TV credits include: Deadbeat (Hulu) and I Love You But I Lied (LMN). Recent theatre credits include: A Happy End (Aaron Davis Hall) and A Hard Rain (Theater For the New City). 

SARAH MEZZANOTTE
SARAH MEZZANOTTE

(Clare) made her NYC professional acting debut this past fall as Amy in Dry Land. Sarah is a Pennsylvania girl at heart, but she moved to New York to attend NYU Tisch, where she studied at both Stella Adler and Stonestreet Studios. She had the time of her life on the set of First of Our Friends, and she could not be more grateful to be a part of the FOOF family.

ANDREW BLOCK
ANDREW BLOCK

(Lawrence) is a New York based actor and comedian. He began his acting career in the suburbs of Philadelphia at The Haverford School for Boys and Excellence. Andrew studied acting at The University of the Arts and The Maggie Flannigan Studio. He recently appeared in Forever Dog Productions (www.foreverdogproductions.com) first live comedy show, "Forever Dog Presents" at The People's Improv Theatre in NYC. He also played the male lead Todd in all three productions of Forever Dog's first full-length play "Dream Date" and was featured in "Heroes of our Time" and "Significant Brothers."Andrew has worked for The Irish Repertory Theatre (NYC), LOL New York and The Philadelphia Eagles.

JULIA KENNELLY
JULIA KENNELLY

(Rose) is a New York-based actress, writer, and director. After starting her first theater company at the age of ten with her best friend (a Mamet-heavy summer season in the Off-Off-Off Broadway sphere of her backyard), Julia went on to graduate from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts (BFA, Drama). "The First of Our Friends to Get Married" marks her first time directing a feature film. She could not be more thrilled to be producing this project alongside a team of extraordinarily talented people.

CHARLOTTE MARTIN
CHARLOTTE MARTIN

(MARGOT) is a New York City-based writer, director, and actress. She is a founding member and head writer of the sketch group Fun Night In. Charlotte doesn't have a lot on her acting resume at the moment, but doesn't let that stop her from putting on a show wherever she goes.

CHRIS HOLLIDAY
CHRIS HOLLIDAY

(Julie) is a New York based actor, writer and producer. She graduated from the William Esper Studio in 2011 and enjoys being a mom both on screen and off.  www.chrisholliday.com

MICHAEL GALLIGAN
MICHAEL GALLIGAN

(Louis) graduated from NYU in 2013 with a BFA in Drama. Since then, he's written, directed, and acted in a number of short films and comedy sketches. Most of them have strong existential themes. Maybe too strong - maybe they should just be funnier.

SYDNEY FARLEY
SYDNEY FARLEY

(Alice) Sydney is a recent graduate of Tisch School of the Arts, where she trained at the New Studio on Broadway, the International Theater Workshop, and Stonestreet Studios. Sydney loves painting, voiceovers, singing, movies, her dog, and everyone in the FOOF family! For current projects and material, check out www.sydneyfarley.com