CAST & CREW BIOS
Will Durst is an actor, writer, political satirist, 5 time Emmy nominee, and titular character in the feature documentary "3 Still Standing" directed by Robert Campos and Donna LoCicero. Star of critically acclaimed Off-Broadway run of his one man show: “The All American Sport of Bipartisan Bashing.” Known in cinema for Hey Monster, Hands Off My City (2014), Durst Amendment (1997) and Shuttlecock (1989). He has appeared on Letterman, HBO, Showtime, CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox News, the BBC and many more. Durst has written 3 books, including "Elect to Laugh" and "The All-American Sport of Bipartisan Bashing." He has also released 5 audio recordings, "None of the Above," "You Can't Make Stuff Up Like This," "Warning," "Raging Moderate" and "Elect to Laugh." He writes several Internet columns, contributes to Independent Media Institute's Alternet.org and the Huffington Post on a regular basis, is a former contributing editor to National Lampoon and George, and has contributed to various periodicals such as the New York Times, The Funny Times and San Francisco Chronicle. His weekly podcasts can be heard on various radio stations and his website, willdurst.com.
Lorenzo Lamas is a Golden Globe Award nominated actor best known for his role of Lance Cumson in Falcon Crest (1981–1990). He has starred in five television series and in over fifty movies. Lamas is also known for his roles as Reno Raines in the crime drama series Renegade (1992–1997), and Hector Ramirez in the soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful (2004–2006). He served as a judge on ABC television's Are You Hot?, and starred in his own reality show, Leave It to Lamas, a series about his real-life family. Lorenzo also sustained a professional racing career while working successfully as a TV and Film actor in the 80's and 90's. He acts on stage and has a cabaret show that he tours with across the country. Some of the roles he has played onstage include the king in the musical The King and I as well as Zach in the musical A Chorus Line. He is an avid motorcyclist for over thirty years and has participated in the Love Ride, to benefit MDA and various charities since its inception in 1983. He is also on the board of directors. Lorenzo is a commercial helicopter and airplane pilot and he often flies disadvantaged children to summer camps and people too sick or financially challenged to travel normally on domestic flights. He just recently received his certification to become a helicopter flight instructor.
Larry “Bubbles” Brown is a deadpan, self-deprecating comedian and actor. Known in film for his work on The Kite Runner (2007), Suckers (1999) and Trauma (2009). He is one of the titular characters in the feature documentary "3 Still Standing" directed by Robert Campos and Donna LoCicero, which focuses on the San Francisco comedy scene of the late 80’s and beyond. He has appeared on over 25 TV shows such as Evening at the Improv, Make Me Laugh and Late Night with David Letterman. He has been a frequent opening act for Dana Carvey and Dave Attell. He is a regular at the San Francisco Punch Line, Rooster T. Feathers, and The Throckmorton Theater in Mill Valley. His debut album, "It's Gotta Get Better," was released on March 3rd, 2020 by You Lucky Dog Productions and FastLayne Comedy.
Corinne Meadors is an actor and vocalist known for the highly praised The Great Controversy Ended (2018) and Neighbor (2017), who currently resides in Northern California. She has appeared in several award-winning independent features and short films and was recognized for her work in Golden Eagles Films’ The Great Controversy Ended (2018) by the Los Angeles Film Awards and the Accolade Global Film Competition. Originally a native of Massachusetts, Corinne has dedicated her life to acting and singing with a strong penchant for film. She attended the University of Massachusetts (Amherst) where she graduated Cum Laude with a B.A. in Art History and also studied music with a focus in vocal performance. She studied theatre at Bridgewater State College (Bridgewater, MA) and at H.B. Studio in NYC. Over the last five years, Corinne’s creative passion has turned to acting primarily for film.
"Nans", Associate Producer
Donna-Lisa Otto is an actor known for Project 111 (2019), CARMA (2019) and Little Star (2002). She has appeared in productions of Actors Theater of Sacramento (Othello, Harvey), City Lights Theater of San Jose (To All a Good Night) and The Young Turks of San Francisco (Tom Tom’s Over Broadway, Our Lady Isapeace). She has also appeared in commercial campaigns, industrials and print ads.
Timothy Huls is an actor, filmmaker,community leader and casting director, known for Being Us (2013), Rewind (2016) and Rough Edges. His career began as a production coordinator for the SAG feature film, Being Us (2010). Tim has landed many principal roles in commercials for many national brands including Charles Schwab and Soda Stream. In 2017, Tim wrapped production as the lead in the independent feature film “Rough Edges.” As a stage actor, he has performed with NCTC, SF Playhouse, Marin Shakes, and Tabard Theatre. He is also the founder of the performance organization Planets & Branches. He loves to read Rilke.
Dean Tokuno is a gaffer, actor and photographer known for his work on
Haymaker (2019), Flight of the Heron (2019), Freshman Year (2019), Knight
Righters (2018), Notorious Nick (2018), Out There (2017), Mamaboy (2016)
The Mendoza Line (2014), Tripwire (1989), Dream Breakers(1989), Miles From
Home (1988) and Poltergeist III (1988). Dean has also been Lighting Director
and Chief Lighting Technician on hundreds of Television Commercials and
Art Director, Assistant Editor, Graphic Designer
Angelica Maduell is an Art Director, designer, photographer and writer known for Peter Pan Returns (2019) and commercial work. She has been a graphic designer, technical writer, editor and copywriter for over 10 years for various corporations, nonprofits and small businesses: OHSU, Main Street Alliance, California Home + Design magazine and more.