Lead and Supporting Actors
Elizabeth Watson is an actress, known for Sober (2017) and Front of House (2014).
Lou Martini, Jr.
Acting in film and television since 1964, Lou’s early film roles include What’s So Bad About Feeling Good opposite Mary Tyler Moore and The Godfather opposite James Caan.
After Lou’s father, notable character actor Lou Martini, passed away in 1971, Lou’s mom decided it was best for him to take a break and concentrate on raising her son. It wasn’t until college at the University of Houston that Lou took up acting again. Soon after graduating with a BA in Communications, Lou landed a leading role in the smash Off-Broadway show Tony and Tina’s Wedding. Since then, Lou has appeared consistently on stage and in film and television.
Lou’s latest TV credits include guest and recurring roles on such hit shows as Crashing, Vinyl, Orange Is The New Black, The Americans, Law & Order: SVU, Mysteries of Laura, Nurse Jackie, Girls, Show Me A Hero, Unforgettable, amongst others. Notable credits include optometrist Anthony Infante in HBO’s The Sopranos and host of E! Network’s The Gasteneau Girls, one of the first network reality shows.
Lou’s latest film roles include Alto opposite Annabella Sciorra, West End opposite Eric Roberts, and To Redemption opposite James McCaffrey.
With a passion for the creative and a career in front of and behind the camera spanning 20 years, Toni D’Antonio has filled every role in entertainment. From actor to director, producer to location scout, consultant to scripty, and more.
Toni has voiced AT&T, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Fidelity, Crestor, Humira, Walmart, Cumberland Farms, and more. Her theatrical TV credits include Law & Order: SVU, The Blacklist, Mysteries of Laura, Taxi Brooklyn, Blue Bloods, and more. Film credits include Nasty Baby with Kristen Wiig, Alto with Diana DeGarmo and Annabella Sciorra, Where God Left His Shoes with John Leguizamo, and Riding In Cars With Boys with Drew Barrymore, among others.
Recent producing credits include scripted TV pilots Sober and Staff, unscripted TV pilots Whacked, Family Lot, Goodfellows, the award-nominated music video That Was The Whiskey, and the multiple festival award-winning feature film Alto.
Ernest Mingione is an actor, known for Obvious Child (2014), Summer of Sam (1999) and As the World Turns (1956).
Mary Elaine Monti
Mary Elaine Monti has led a New York actor’s life, working in animation (The Womkees), commercials (both on- and off-camera), television, unsold pilots (Marshall Brickman’s Ann In Blue), short-lived series (Reinhold Weege’s Park Place), episodic television (thank you, Dick Wolf, for shooting Law & Order in New York) and soaps, independent films (David DeCoteau’s Wolves of Wall Street and Thomas Woodrow’s Aunt Louisa), student films (Oliver Stone’s Madman of Martinique), improvisation (The Ace Trucking Co.), and theatre.
Her theatre appearances include new works Off-Broadway by Michael Weller, Martin Sherman, and WIlliam Hauptman, at the Public Theatre, Manhattan Theatre Club, and Lincoln Center, where she’s worked with talented directors including Doug Hughes, Carole Rothman, and John Pasquin, and twice shared the stage with Christoper Walken. Meisner trained, she’s a proud member of SAG-AFTRA and Equity.
Andrea's extensive regional theater work includes Private Lives, Riverside Theatre; Third, TheaterWorks Hartford; Good People, St. Louis Rep; Over the River and Through the Woods, Florida Rep; The Last Romance and The Language Archive, Public Theatre; Mercy and the Firefly, Luna Stage; Murderers, Hudson Stage; A View From The Bridge, Nevada Rep; Evie’s Waltz, Tilt Angel, tempOdyssey, and two world premieres of solo shows, Broomstick and Donna Orbits the Moon, all at NJ Rep; What Every Woman Knows, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Noises Off, Lettice and Lovage, I’m Not Rappaport, Horse Cave Theatre.
In New York, she has performed in Hidden Voices with Terrence Mann, The Respectful Prostitute, Ring Round the Moon, and world premieres of Strings, The Velvet Oratorio, Frankie, Coney, and The Chaos Theories. TV and film credits include Law & Order: SVU, Brooklyn Battery, The Query, Chasing Taste, The Date, and Across Dot Ave. Along with Sober, recent film work includes Look on the Bright Side and On Settling Down.
Andrea is a three-time AudioFile Magazine Earphones Award winner for audio book narration.
Susan Campanaro plays Gina in Sober. She has currently finished shooting the indie feature Barrio Boy. She double cast as Janice, the social worker and night life icon, Lavinia Draper, an alter ego she created. This character performs at The Stonewall Inn in NYC, Ice Palace in Cherry Grove, and Willton Manmors, Florida. She teaches improvisation at Susan Batson Studio and Dance Molinari.