Billy - Paul Kmiec

Paul Kmiec was nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the 2006 FAIF International Film Festival for his portrayal of Billy. His stage credits include Rooster in Annie, The Artful Dodger in Oliver!, Randolph Macafee in Bye Bye Birdie, Jesus in Godspell, and Young Daniel in Once on this Island. Kmiec's film credits include Tools for Teaching and Turtle Song. Paul's ambition is to become a filmmaker and screenwriter.

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Benjamin - Jim Loutzenhiser

Jim Loutzenhiser has appeared in numerous stage, film and television roles throughout his career. His stage credits include Chris Keller in All My Sons, William in As You Like It and John Proctor in The Crucible. Additionally, Loutzenhiser has been featured in a variety of independent short films such as Interrogation of Abby Clayton, The State's Conception and
Something or Nothing.

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The Mother - Rachel Harker

Rachel Harker's acting presence stretches through a variety of genres. On film, she has appeared in John Stimpson's The Legend of Lucy Keyes, starring Julie Delpy and Justin Theroux, The Game Plan with Dwayne Johnson and Kyra Sedgwick, and Ricky Gervais' The Invention of Lying.  She also starred in Stimpson's short film, The Winter People.  Rachel has worked onstage in the Boston area, notably with veteran character actor Austin Pendleton in King Lear as one of his daughters, and in Quills as his wife. She has also performed at the New Repertory Theatre in Watertown, MA, in productions of Romeo and Juliet as Lady Capulet and as Lois Wilson in Bill W. and Dr. Bob, which also played New York at the New World Stages. Rachel played the role of Blanche in the New Rep's production of A Streetcar Named Desire in September and October of 2007, for which she won an Elliot Norton Outstanding Actress Award.

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Billy at 21 - Jason Ferriter

Jason Ferriter is just beginning his acting career after receiving a Media Arts/Film degree from Emerson College in Boston. Jason has studied acting under Ken Cheeseman, Carolyn Pickman, Henry Pollack II and Thomas Babson. He has appeared in Trails and in the NBC film I'll Be Home For Christmas.

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Uncle Aldus - Mick Hoegen

Mick Hoegen has been acting since Meet Joe Black filmed in Warwick, Rhode Island in the fall of 1997. Since then he has worked in nearly 50 projects including Hollywood films, independent films, television programs, and commercials. He has appeared in the features Mystic River, Stuck On You, A Civil Action and The Departed, and on the television's "Third Watch", "Providence", and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent".

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Aunt Elize - Kippy Goldfarb

Kippy Goldfarb has an extensive résumé in film and theater acting. She plays Francine Doyle in Ben Affleck's Gone Baby Gone, and has also appeared in The State's Conception, Fit for Health, Mortimer Street, and Shine. On stage, Goldfarb's roles have included Sharon in Book of Days, Regina in Little Foxes, and Linda Loman in Death of a Salesman. Kippy played Miss Maudie Atkinson with Will Lyman in the Wheelock Family Theatre's production of To Kill a Mockingbird in October and November of 2007. She is also an avid art and arts photographer.

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The Grandfather - Chuck Brinig

Chuck Brinig acted in numerous film and television productions, including "Spencer for Hire", The Little Rebellion, Heart of a Dog and The Blue Diner. On stage, he appeared in Moon of the Caribees, No Exit, Twelfth Night, and Awake and Sing.  Chuck passed away on December 13, 2010.

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