Scottie Thompson loves that she gets to tell stories for a living, to jump into the mind, heart and soul of characters other than herself. She would have been a social anthropologist if not an actress, so it seems she has found the best job in the world. She loves to be in nature, run, do yoga and pilates, dance dance dance, swim and go on
bike rides in the sun whenever possible. She is also writing and developing her own material to keep her creative juices flowing. She is thrilled to be a part of BROKEN and to have had the chance to work with such an amazing cast and crew and to have explored such a unique, independent and soulful character in Kate. And of course to have gotten to film near Joshua Tree was an amazing treat!
Born and raised in Miami, FL, Rey Goyos began acting at an early age. He decided to follow in Andy Garcia’s footsteps in front of the camera with a move to Los Angeles. Rey landed a supporting role for the independent feature film The Olivia Experiment. Rey also continues his studies with acting coach Judith Weston. In 2010, Goyos was cast in Paul Orehovec’s (co-producer of The Closer) debut feature film. Rey shared a scene with Scottish actress Ashley Jenson (Extras) in Claire Kilner’s new pilot Natural Born Worrier. Rey worked on Clint Eastwood’s latest film J. Edgar. Most recently, Rey played Jesus Christ in the stage production 3 Days.
DOMINIC RAINS: Member of the Elephant Theatre Company; Block Nine (LA Weekly Award, production of the year), Love Bites (2010 writer) & 2011, Love Sick (2011), Baby Doll (2011, receiving Ticketholder Award). TV credits include; most notably: Saving Jessica Lynch, Flight 93, General Hospital, GH Nightshift Also: LAX, 24, NCIS, Courting Alex, Flash Forward, Burn Notice and more. Film credits include The Taqwacores (Strand Releasing) (Sundance 2010, SXSW ‘10, BIFF ‘10) JINN: The Ghost is Dead (Freestyle Releasing) nationwide 2013.
Currently filming A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night being produced by Elijah Woods’ production company, The Woodshed.
Christine has enjoyed working in film, television, and theater, since her early training as an actress at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London. A native Californian, she holds a B.A. in Theatre Arts from Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, and a MFA from University of California, Irvine. Christine’s favorite roles include ““Lacey Lloyd” in the popular television series, Frasier; on stage as Mme. Merteuil” in the play, Dangerous Liaisons; and, “Joan”, “The Psychokinetic Woman” in Something Strange, a 2012 feature centered on metaphysical phenomena.