Once you come OUT, how do you fit IN?
Veronica Warner is a slasher stalking the streets of Los Angeles (actress/ model/ writer/ comedian/ event host/ fancy boi). A native Californian, LA has been her home for six years and while the move to acting was much more recent, she has played a lesbian on at least three occasions. Veronica currently hosts a YouTube show with her comedy partner Daniel Egan and is writing a feature film about lady-lovin’ as well.
Lisa Bacon is a director, producer and actress originally from Los Angeles. After years of utilizing her degree in Film Production, she decided to take a break from behind the scenes work and began her foray into acting. She was most recently seen as Jen in the short horror film, Rachel Is Here. Fluent in French, Lisa has studied under Ela Thier of the Independent Film School and with the Barrow Group Theater in New York City.
Jeremy Cox is a theatre actor, proud to be making his film debut in How I Became A Giant Lesbian as Rick. He is glad to be a part of a film that really hits on points such as friendship and finding who you truly are. He is thankful for this opportunity to be a part of this magical experience.
Sierra Schepmann is the writer, producer, director, and everything else of HBGL. She is originally from Cincinnati, OH. She is a published poet, photographer, and filmmaker. Her last film, "Only One", is making rounds on the festival circuit. She sells hummus at the farmers market in her spare time.
Daniel Alan Kiely is an actor based out of Columbus Ohio who has been working in independent film for 14 years. He starred in the indie cult hit Horrors of War, the short film The Fixer which aired on IFC, and was a supporting character in the SyFy Channel's Axe Giant. Most recently Daniel had a supporting role in the new feature film The Street Where We Live, currently in the festival circuit. He also stars in the soon to be released feature film Bong of the Living Dead.
Bill Russell is a Chicago based actor.
Valerie Gilbert is a Columbus, Ohio native, and a graduate of Kent State University. She is lucky enough to be able to do work she loves, including acting and modeling. This will be her first feature film adventure, and she's particularly excited to be involved with this project because of the theme of self-acceptance, and because representation is SO important!
David James is a Cincinnati based DP. His feature debut, "75" is being released this summer. He has worked on five other features and countless short films.