The Cast and Crew of
Women and Guns
Elizabeth Champion as Tiffany
Elizabeth Champion is an actor from Portland, Oregon and a recent Los Angeles transplant. She began acting several years ago and is currently training in improv at The Groundlings. Recently, she has been in a number of short films and commercials. Women and Guns is her first play since moving to Los Angeles, and she is very appreciative of the opportunity to be a part of this story. In her free time Elizabeth enjoys playing the piano and flute, swimming and yoga, writing, and filmmaking.
Omari Williams as Bobby
Omari Williams is a Texas-raised, LA-based actor who loves telling stories in just about any medium. He attended Baylor University to receive a BFA in Theatre Performance and moved to Los Angeles shortly after. Recent productions include King Lear, We Are Proud to Present..., and Midsummer, along with some features, shorts, and a few web series. He is extremely excited to dive into audio narratives and hope you enjoy his performance as Bobby.
Nelson Hill as Jerry
Nelson Hill is a 21-year-old actor, from Fort Myers, FL. He is currently in Burbank, CA and has been in four short films: Black, The Vigilante, Coming of Age, and Two Graves. Aside from acting, he loves music, movies, piano, and vlog for content creators.
Jennifer J. Cheung as Valerie
Jennifer is excited to be working with Dean Productions for the first time. Jennifer is an LA-based actor who has also worked with Skypilot Theatre, Bridgeway Theatre Co., Company of Angels, Neo Ensemble Theatre, and Sacred Fools. You can hear her as Harper in the audio series “How to Fall in Love the Hard Way,” and see her in the upcoming short film Year of the Rat. Previously, Jennifer performed as a permanent replacement on the Second City Chicago Mainstage.
James Chillingworth as Drill Instructor/George W. Bush
James "Chilli" Chillingworth is an Actor, Stand-Up Comedian, Improv Nut, and Writer, in addition to being the Founder and CEO of The Consulting Practice (a Cybersecurity and Information Technology Consulting Company). Chilli started acting a little over 6 years ago, and has accomplished a substantial amount in this short time-frame, including over 100 IMDB Credits, and more than 180 Shoots of various types (Movies, TV Shows, Commercials, Web Series, Music Videos, Print Ads, and Short Films). Chilli was featured in 2 films that premiered at TIFF in 2015, namely Spotlight and How Heavy This Hammer.
Kathleen Barth: Director
Kathleen is a director and writer based in the Washington D.C. area. She graduated from George Mason University with a B.F.A in Theatre with concentrations in performance and writing. Since graduating, Kathleen has directed plays for a variety of local D.C. theatre companies. Her most recent credits include A Few Good Men at the Little Theatre of Alexandria and Emilie: La Marquise du Chatelet Defends Her Life Tonight with Vienna Theatre Company. Kathleen is beginning to break into film. Her most recent short On Repeat, for which she wrote the screenplay, received its premiere this year with Film Shortage, an online cinema showcasing the best short films.
Padra Crisafulli: Sound Designer
Padra Crisafulli [they/them] tells stories with a typically other-worldly bent through direction, sound, and words. Their work as a director has been produced in Serbia, the Czech Republic, and their home state of Pennsylvania. Online, they have worked with the Women's Theatre Festival of Raleigh, NC and One House Productions of Long Island, NY. Under the name "neutruhl", they make sample-based music into short-form narratives about loneliness and nature. Ask them about how they played a goat in an Obie Award winning play, or ask them about their chronic anxiety. padracrisa.com. BFA: Carnegie Mellon University
Steve Gold: Playwright
Steve Gold is a New York City-based playwright and the author of the plays Smash the State and Women and Guns.