Richard Meehan lives in the oldest town on Cape Cod with his parents and younger brother Joshua. He is an “old soul” whose sensitivity and emotion is well beyond his years; he leaves a lasting impression on everyone he meets.
Richard was introduced to acting during the summer of 2009 where he was cast as an extra in “Grown Ups”, the water-park scene. He went to the water park with his brother thinking that it would be a fun free day at the park and fell in love with acting. During the summer of 2010 he filmed his first speaking role in “My Hometown” starring Ryan Merriman and Casey Margolis. In the fall of 2010 he landed the supporting role of (young) James in “Missing William” staring Brandon Roth as James, Courtney Ford, Spencer Grammer and Reid Scott. With “Missing William” under his belt Richard was finally SAG eligible.
Richard not only wants to act, he is interested in all aspects of movie making. When on set and not filming you will find Richard hanging out with sound, camera and art crews, learning everything he can about the world of film making. A recent high-school graduate, instead of going to college he’ll take a few years off, moving to LA to pursue acting full time. This means he can call both the East and West Coasts home.
Royana started her professional career at the age of 11 in the Broadway production of Neil Simon’s “Brighton Beach Memoirs” in which she performed for over a year. She has had the opportunity to work with amazing people like Matthew Broderick, Jon Cryer, the late Wendy Wasserstein, Elizabeth Perkins, Stanley Tucci, Bryan Cranston & Woody Allen, among others. She played the title character in the CBS sitcom “Raising Miranda” and has done numerous pilots and guest star roles on television. She took time off from acting to attend Yale University, where she earned her B.A. in English with a concentration in Victorian Literature. After leaving college, she founded a non-profit theatre company in New York City and ran it for two years, after which time she relocated to Los Angeles, where she eventually became the Artistic Director of the Alliance Repertory Company in Burbank, CA. She has directed and produced at the Alliance as well as performed. She married actor JP Hubbell 4 years ago in a very solemn ceremony in Las Vegas, officiated by an Elvis impersonator and they live in LA with their dog and cat. She feels incredibly blessed to be involved with “Bully” and its entire team.
Shaw Jones is coming off an exciting year on the festival circuit. Bunker 731 enjoyed success at many festivals, including Palm Springs International Film Festival and a special panel at Comic Con. Cherry Waves had a winning run, taking the grand prize for Best Short at the HBO ABFF Shorts in Miami, and the top honor of Best Drama at the NBC Universal Short Cuts Film Festival. The film also experienced an extended run on HBO and Cinemax this year. Shaw’s past television roles include Devious Maids, The Closer, Desperate Housewives, All My Children, The Young & the Restless, and many more. Current completed projects include the pilot Boots, the short Bully, and a comedy called The Show, a film based on the fictitious morning news show “Morning Roast,” which Shaw produced himself.
Noland Ammon was born, raised and played baseball in Kansas City. Noland began performing as the class clown in preschool and has continued performing at Harrah’s Las Vegas, The Comedy Store and the LA Improv. He moved to LA at the age of 14. He has studied with Lesly Kahn, Ezra Weisz and Gary Marks. His credits include Anger Management with Charlie and Martin Sheen for FX, Duncanty on TERRY THE TOMBOY for AwesomenessTV,the webseries SQUARESVILLE and recently shot the pilot, GNARLY MANN for Dreamworks. Noland’s other characters include Tommy Tapwater, Sammy Sprankles and Aunt Esther.