Recently, she joined the cast of a TV series with 13 episodes as the lead homicide detective. The first episode aired nationally in August on Dish Network. Last summer, she was awarded 1st place for Female Actress of her categorie at the Indie Gathering Acting Competition. This fall the film 51st state in which she played "Carmen" entered the FAIF festival and was screened in dowtown LA at the Mann Chinese Theater. For more information about her you can log on to her website : www.carolinaortiz.com (Click Here to Go Back to Top of Page)
Jeffrey Ryan Haber started his career at the age of five by performing live with his family in the German traditional dance group STV Bavaria. Learning the proper dance technique made him a popular young dancer within the group, and he danced for several Oktoberfests as well as the International Children’s Games in Downtown Cleveland, amongst many other venues.
Soon he was cast in a television pilot called "Escape and Survive Kids" as a Karate student. Along with his family, he later did a few local commercial promotions for WUAB Kids Block, as well as some store promotions.
In 2003 he took acting lessons with his sisters and was cast with his family in the film Annie’s Way. As he became more interested in acting, he landed roles in Little Pricks, Madness, and the young lead role in the NYU film, The Metaconfessions.
Jeffrey spent a lot of time preparing for the part of Young Jim Corinth in the feature film the Lords of Praxton, and really had a great time in performing and connecting with cast and crew members. There was a lot of fun, as well as a lot of work involved, and it really anchored his interest in acting.
As well as doing professional print work, Jeffrey is actively involved in trying out for other roles, and improving his skills. Currently he is working on a film with his family called Urgent Care. He is an excellent student at school, and enjoys Boy Scouts, downhill skiing, and playing (and winning at) chess. (Click Here to Go Back to Top of Page)
Katherine Nicole Haber started her career at the young age of two when she performed at a tap dance recital at Lakewood Civic Auditorium. She, along with her family, also performed live for the German traditional dance group STV Bavaria.
In 2003, at the age of 6, she decided to try out for and won the title of Little Miss Cleveland. She made this possible by performing “The Elements” at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, OH, as well as being interviewed and presented to a panel of judges. By winning this title, she was recognized (and awarded) by Cleveland City Council, Mayor Jane Campbell, Governor Bob Taft, as well as President George W. Bush as a Goodwill Ambassador to the City of Cleveland throughout 2003. She performed MANY hours of community service, including feeding the homeless, visiting veterans, and performing services at Cleveland sponsored events.
Her interest in acting came after performing songs live onstage. She was soon cast in the movie trailer Creep in 2003, and in February of 2004 she went to New York City to perform as the young lead role in Alicia Van Couvering’s movie Stand In Lovers.
Many movie roles soon followed, including: Annie’s Way, Little Pricks, Bigfoot, Clues Shoes and a Snooze, The Unseen Place, the Lords of Praxton, Madness, and Urgent Care. She has also been in television promotionals, commercials, and print work.
As an ongoing desire, Katherine enjoys acting and practices every chance she can get. She is actively involved in trying out for other roles, and perfecting her skills. She loves school and is an excellent student. Her favorite hobbies are acting, taking care of her animals, downhill skiing, traveling, and hanging out with her friends. (Click Here to Go Back to Top of Page)
Producer / Production Manager / Costume Supervisor)
Ms. Fields-Gould has worked as writer/co-writer, producer, and production manager with her son, Peter Anthony Fields, on the features films The Walk (1996) and The Way Home (2004) in addition to the short films, "Out of Nowhere" (1991), "Through the Window" (1992), "Another Place" (1993), and "The Lantern and the Well" (1994). Ms. Fields-Gould has also written the television commercial for N-Styles Clothing Store, as well as the documentary-style productions for Christian Family Outreach and St. Michael's Church. She has also written and performed in several radio plays produced by Little Beth Entertainment that aired on 88.7 WJCU from 1999 to 2001, including the "Space Traveler Jim" radio play series from which the Lords of Praxton is adapted. (Click Here to Go Back to Top of Page)