Monica is the creator and star of Best Thing You'll Ever Do. She won the 2017 Indie Series Awards' Best Leading Actress for her work on Best Thing. Monica's film work includes starring roles in Catherine Fordham's Consommé (AMC's Shudder.tv) and Blood, Sand & Gold (Amazon, iTunes, Redbox). She has guest starred on Chicago Fire (NBC), Underemployed (MTV), and Law & Order (NBC) as well as on stage at Roundabout Theatre Company, Barrow Street Theatre and Cherry Lane Theatre in New York and Lookingglass Theatre in Chicago. She originated the role of "Baby" in the North American Premiere of Dirty Dancing: The Classic Story on Stage. Her comedic music videos with MVPleez have been featured by New York Magazine, Huffington Post, Official Comedy and Above Average.
Myra Lucretia Taylor's film credits include Michael Showalter's " The Big Sick" (upcoming), Onur Tukel's "Catfight," and James Lapine's, "Custody." On the small screen she's been in Donald Glover's "Atlanta," HBO's "Girls," and Showtime's The Big C", in addition to the award winning web series, "The Best Thing You'll Ever Do."
Taylor was nominated for Lucille Lortel and Outer Critic's Circle Awards for her performance in Danai Gurira's play, "Familiar" (Playwrights Horizons). Other Broadway and Off Broadway credits include, "Nine"starring Antonio Banderas ,(Tony Award, Best Revival), "Macbeth" starring Kelsey Grammer,"Electra," "Chronicle of a Death Foretold"," "MuleBone," and a "Streetcar Named Desire." She also appeared onstage in "Bethany" starring America Ferrera (Women's Project), and Love, Lost, and "What I Sore" (West Side Arts Theatre).
Ms. Taylor was the first African American woman to play Madame Morrible (First National Tour, "Wicked").
Internationally, she was a member of The Royal Shakespeare company, and performed with the company in London and Stratford-upon-Avon.
Ms. Taylor is a Fox Fellow.
Bhavesh's television credits include a recurring role on CBS's The Good Wife, and guest starring roles on Mysteries of Laura, Damages, Elementary, Blue Bloods, Person of Interest, Hostages, Gossip Girl, Lipstick Jungle, Deception and White Collar. He also stars in the award-winning web series, The Best Thing You'll Ever Do.
In film, he was featured earlier this year opposite Matthew McConaughey in Gold, and he'll soon be seen opposite Liv Tyler in Wilding. Other films include 2 Days in New York, The Weekend, You Should Have the Body and The Maiden Heist.
Recent stage roles include Roland Maule in Present Laughter on Broadway opposite Kevin Kline. Amir in Ayad Akhtar's Pulitzer Prize-winning Disgraced at The Guthrie, and Bashir in the world premiere of Akhtar's The Invisible Hand. He starred opposite Rosemary Harris in The Roundabout's production of Tom Stoppard’s Indian Ink, and he was both actor and puppeteer in the original cast of the Tony-winning War Horse at Lincoln Center.
This summer he'll play playing Duke Theseus in A Midsummer Night's Dream in The Public Theater's Shakespeare in the Park.
A native of New Zealand, television and film actress Michelle Ang has been steadily gaining recognition for her work.
As Alex on ”Fear The Walking Dead; Flight 462” she received an Emmy Nomination.
On American screens she was a series regular on MTV’s “Underemployed” and worked with Oscar- winning director Jane Campion on the BBC/ Sundance Channel mini-series, “Top of the Lake.” Her guest star spots include “Grey’s Anatomy”, “NCSI: LA”, “Rizzoli & Isles”, “Perception”, “Drop Dead Diva”. Among her numerous TV credits in Australia and New Zealand include “Outrageous Fortune”, "Neighbours,” the world-wide teen sci-fi show "The Tribe,” and a supporting role in the finale of “Xena: The Warrior Princess.”
She won "Best Actress in A Feature Film" at the New Zealand Film and Television Awards for "My Wedding and Other Secrets", and was nominated for a Logie award for her role in the long running hit television series "Neighbours".
Ang’s various film credits include “Naming Number 2”; a Grand Jury Prize nominee and Winner of the Audience Choice Award at the Cannes Film Festival, and “Take 3”, which received an Honorable Mention at the Berlin International Film Festival. Additionally, she appeared in 20th Century Fox’s “Big Momma’s House: Like Father, Like Son”, and “The Beaver”, directed by Jodie Foster. She starred in indie horror hit “The Taking of Deborah Logan” produced by Bryan Singer (X-Men), “Fallen Stars”; a quiet drama, and was most recently seen in John Hillcoat's (Lawless, The Road) crime heist thriller “Triple9”.