Jimmy Dalton, Bug

DALTONBugArmed from his latchkey only-childhood with an overactive imagination, and an unyielding desire to be a part of the same great myths he was raised on via prime time and 35mm, Jimmy Dalton forged his actor’s journey with theatre roles ranging from Shakespeare and original Off-Broadway pieces, to starring as the charming and hilariously quirky lead in numerous successful web series and indie films.

Classically trained and contemporarily rooted, with a hunger to provoke and entertain, as well as continuously nurturing his instincts for improvisation and impersonation, Jimmy aspires to one day join the pantheon of other cinematic chameleons, such as Gary Oldman and Daniel Day-Lewis. In the meantime, he is euphoric to continue rubbing elbows with his fellow up-and-coming storytellers, while taking time out to enjoy his other passions such as fire spinning, drumming, binge-watching Netflix, and shaming his roommate’s cat.  You can catch him starring in the internet’s newest action/dramedy series Nightwatch from PaperMonster Productions, as well as the soon-to-be-released indie psychological drama Here and Now directed by Coren Helene-Gitomer.  Visit his Personal Site for more.

Ashlee Mundy, Doll

MUNDYDollAshlee Mundy is a New York City based actress and playwright. She has a degree in theatre from Ohio State in Columbus, Ohio, where she was also cast in her first regional theatre production as the lead in Jeff Daniel’s Escanaba in Love. Soon after that, she moved to NYC and starred in the two-woman off-Broadway show Stripper, which she also co-wrote, as a part of the Supernova Theatre Company.

Ashlee has been working on numerous short films, pilots, and new works on various stages throughout the city. As a playwright, she has now had her work produced in Chicago, New York, and San Diego. She is thrilled  and humbled to be playing Doll in the upcoming film, Dime Crimes #34!

John Michael Wagner, Jack

WAGNERJackGrowing up in the Washington D.C. area, John Michael Wagner has had an overactive imagination since he was a child. With a proclivity for make-believe, JM Wagner started acting in elementary school, taking an improv class at a local theatre organization. From there he went on to take a Harry Potter acting class, act in the school plays, and eventually wound up attending the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Manhattan.

Favorite roles include: Moon Over Buffalo (George), Our Town (Dr. Gibbs), and Beyond Therapy (Bob). JM Wagner currently lives in Brooklyn and is finishing his bachelors degree in Creative Writing at Hunter College.