Diane began her unofficial acting career at the young age of 8. She started out performing in church plays which later led to writing and directing as well, both in and outside of church. Diane has been featured in many local productions that has led to many professional opportunities within the acting industry. She feels that it is her job as an actor to bring the words of the writer to life on stage, screen and film. Ever the perfectionist, Diane works with her acting coach, Mark McKinnon, and frequently attends workshops of fellow industry professionals, such as Tasha Smith (Why Did I Get Married) and Kim Hardin (renowned casting director of various Hollywood films). Diane was recently featured in a WUSA 9 News (CBS) television commercial promoting their Facebook page and the newest member, Jan Jeffcoat. She has performed in the following stage plays: “The View from The Tunnel”, “Annie” and “Church Mafia” at the Warner Theatre. More recently she had a supporting role in the feature film “Those We Don’t Speak Of”. One of her strongest beliefs is, “God has us exactly where He wants us to be, exactly when He wants us to be there. Have faith and just be on time.”
Nicolette Ali Wright is a professionally trained and working actress in Theater, Television, and Film. After trying different areas of performing arts she quickly discovered her talent and love for acting at the age of six. From that young age she took her talents to the stage performing in plays and musicals throughout grade school into college. She later expanded her skills in television and film; receiving coaching and mentoring from Greg Alan Williams in Atlanta, Georgia. In 2015 Nicolette relocated to Northern Virginia. She began training at McKinnon Acting Studio, and soon booked her first lead role for the national televised series For My Man on TV ONE. Nicolette is committed to bringing a successful performance to every project she works on, and looks forward to the many opportunities God has in store for her career.
Kike Ayodeji received her B.A. in Government & Politics from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2015. While in school she actively pursued acting and has been blessed with numerous opportunities. Theatre credits include, In the Blood (2017), Boardin Time (2017), Thread of Gold Beads (2011), and Urban Conditions (2012). Film credits include, All Lies (2017), Idara, Whom is Okay (2016), Redemption (2016), Girl with a Story (2016), Search Party (2015) and Redemption 101 (2014). You can also find Kike in local commercials, such as Sprint, LenStover Audi, and Mattress Warehouse.
Donathan Arnold is excited to be a part of the Riverment family in the role of Damitri. When he is not on stage or in front of a camera,Donathan enjoys playing basketball, soccer and Minecraft. He is an honors 8th grader at Landmark Christian School in Richmond, VA where he lives with his mom and dad. You can follow Donathan on FB at http://www.facebook.com/
Kenneth (Wayne) Dickerson is an actor from Prince Georges County, Maryland who has always had an appreciation for the arts. Kenneth Performed in his first stage play at age 8 and from there he went on to learn more about the art of acting. After a short term hiatus due to his studies and sports, It wasn’t long before he starred in his first television series “who the Bleep did I marry!?” which led him to work on multiple industrial and independent/ short films. Kenneth is consistently working with different filmmakers In the D.C. metropolitan area and you can see most of his work coming soon to his website www.KennethWayne.me
Marili is a actress and model that can be seen in a supporting role in the up coming PBS feature film/docudrama “The Sultan and The Saint”. You can also spot Marili‘ in UMUC ads located on several local buses in Baltimore/Washington Dc areas. She is the face of Advance Business Solutions’ commercials and social media ads as well as can be seen on billboards, public transit ads, online ads, brochures, and posters for the the Department of States The Blue Campaign for Anti- human trafficking. She has many regional commercials under her belt and indie films to her credit. Marili is a dancer who was also cast as ensemble member in the 2015 summer world premier of Baltimore Centerstage’s “Marley a musical” – a musical about the life of the late great Bob Marley.
Roderick Bradford Jr. was born and raised in Washington D.C. A recent graduate from Regent University’s MFA Acting Program, Bradford now applies his training as a full time actor. He was just recently seen on stage at the Greenbelt Arts Center as Lt. Jonathan Kendrick in Aaron Sorkin’s “A Few Good Men” with Off The Quill Productions. He is now working on tv with shows including Investigation Discovery’s “Ice Cold Killers”, Bill O’Reilly’s “Legends and Lies”, and TV One’s “For My Man”. His mission “To artistically use the lens of humanity to boldly challenge, inspire, and liberate the human culture one performance at a time.”