Maureen Isern
Maureen Isern (Alana), a native Floridian, is fortunate enough to be a working actor in New York City, as well as a freelance editor for mtvU and others. She is continuing to audition for her big break in commercials. Maureen moved to New York in 2002 after working in broadcast news as a reporter for 2 years. She has her communication/journalism degree from Florida State/Florida A & M and currently has no pets, boyfriends or time to sleep. "I loved the role of Alana because she was a quiet symbol of strength and stability -- something all actors need to have in their personal lives!"

Jason Updike
Jason Updike (Erik) received his BA in Theater/English from Albright College and his MFA in Acting from the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. A favorite role was Jerry in The Zoo Story staged at the Australian National University in Canberra , Australia. Jason attended the National Theater Institute at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center and returned there in 2002 to perform at the National Playwright's Convention.

Kevin Walsh
Kevin R. Walsh (Oram Bren) Kevin has developed his art on various stages throughout Monmouth and Ocean counties, as well as some Off- Off- Broadway work in Manhattan. Among his favorite roles are Tevye (Fiddler on  the Roof), Juror Three (Twelve Angry Men) and The Common Man  (A Man  for All Seasons). He has played both leads in different productions of  The  Sunshine Boys as well as various comedies and smaller parts. Being a  Sci- Fi fan for years, his favorite authors include Isaac Asimov, Arthur C.  Clarke,  Frank Herbert and Larry Niven. While he has done some commercial  work  and industrial film, this is his independent film "debut" . " Working with  Jon  and Dave has been a thrill and quite an experience. I'm grateful for the  opportunity and may the Force be with you always...."

Carlos Acuña
Carlos Acuña (Eidolon) hails from the hot Sonoran Desert of Tucson, Arizona. He received his MFA in Theater Arts Acting from Rutgers University Mason Gross School Of The Arts in May of 2005. Carlos was also selected for the Guthrie Experience Summer Conservatory of 2004. Some of his favorite Rutgers productions were Carl in Serenading Louie and Mahmood in Afghan Women.  SInce receiving his MFA Carlos has been seen on episodes of Guiding Light, One Life To Live as well as the soon to be released short film A Little Silence.

David McLeavy
David McLeavy (Jaren) has been immersing himself in various forms of storytelling for most of his life. After spending 5 years as a freelance computer graphics artist and completing a novel, he decided to turn his focus towards filmmaking. With several short films under his belt, Reign of the Fallen is  the largest project he has yet undertaken. Luckily he has found himself in the company of dedicated professionals who have made the journey that much easier.

Jonathan Wang
Jonathan Wang, a native Jersey Boy, somehow manages as a marketing consultant on weekdays, a producer on weekends, and a costumed avenger of evil in his spare time. And by spare time he means bed time. 5 years and two engineering degrees from Cornell University later, he got the idea of devoting all that energy spent designing Gantt charts and flow diagrams into making movies. Since then, as part of DreamTek / NL Productions, he has produced 3 independent short films with Dave at the helm.