Paulette is a native of Southern California and, as a result of her humble upbringing, life experience and multi-ethnic heritage, she has developed into a versatile performer with the ability to speak several languages. Paulette first put her entertainment aspirations into writing at the early age of nine; and, ever since, she has passionately pursued a career as an actress, singer, and songwriter. She has the ability to convincingly transform her appearance and character from a girl-next-door type to a glamorous diva or a street-savvy urbanite - with the perfect dialect to match. Her many appearances in television programs, music videos, and national magazines, in addition to her song credits on TV & Radio, have provided a wealth of professional experience in multiple genres. TV credits include: Shake It Up, True Blood and Enlightened.
The self-professed “Carmen San Diego of #Periscope” - award-winning social media influencer, actress, travel vlogger, bilingual journalist, and producer Lizza Monet Morales loves to share “all the things [she] hearts with you” from her virtual Periscope home. From travel and lifestyle artistry to the political, including 2016 #GetTheVoteOut scopes featuring America Ferrera and Amber Tamblyn, Lizza is currently ranked as one of the top three Latinas on Periscope, with 7M+ hearts on her @xoxoLizza account. Using her scoping-savvy to bolster Latino voices in social media, Lizza created @PeriLatinos as a Periscope-assistance account for international community members, offering audience-building tips, training, and support. FILM/TV credits include Access Hollywood, Extra, New York Goes To Hollywood, The Deported and feature film Phil Spector by David Mamet.
Christina Morrell was raised in Northern California then went on to attend Chapman University for two years on a full Scholarship for Theater Performance and, when the music department offered her a full scholarship to switch to a Vocal Performance major, she chose to transfer to NYU to study musical theatre. Christina received the Artistic and Academic Excellence Award upon graduation at NYU. She performed a solo in the TISCH school graduation ceremony at Radio City Music Hall, and alongside Neil Diamond in the main NYU graduation ceremony. Theatre credits include: two First National Tours produced by Cameron Mackintosh and NETworks (Oliver! and Oklahoma!), City of Angels and Mack and Mabel at The Goodspeed Opera House, The Drowsy Chaperone and Steel Pier at Cape Rep Theatre. Film/TV credits include: the award-winning feature film Waiting In The Wings, The Musical and Blood Relatives.
Helen is a British theater trained and was born in Dorset on the South West coast of England. She relocated to LA in 2017 and INTOLERANCE: NO MORE was her first feature film since moving to the states. Helen brings with her 15 years of experience working in international, award-winning film, TV comedy and drama, national commercials, comedy improv/sketch writing/performing, teaching/coaching children and voiceover. Film/TV includes: feature films From Time To Time, Hi-Lo Joe, Miss Atkins’ Army, Vhyes, Jellyfish and short films Safari (Cannes/Goya nominated), Ghosted and Skin Deep. TV dramas Hunted, The Fix and A Most Mysterious Murder on BBC One. Aside from acting, she writes satire too and is currently producing her own darkly satirical comedy project with writer/director Nino Mancuso.