noc•tam•bu•lous: adj. Of, pertaining to, or given to sleepwalking.

The surrealistic, psychological dark drama feature debut of Kelvin C. Bias

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Kelvin C. Bias as Caleb Jax, A restlessly imaginative filmmaker bombarding the world with ideas as it bombards him; a creative collision is constantly occurring. A native of Southern California and a sports journalist by trade, Kelvin has thrived on the energy of NYC since 1995. He has also written and directed seven short films, which have screened at numerous festivals worldwide. Kelvin holds an M.F.A. in Screenwriting from NYU and a B.A. in political science from the University of Arizona. NOCTAMBULOUS is his first feature film.

Megan Corry as Dr. Orr, Megan Is an accomplished New York actor whose work is intense and gritty. She is passionate about independent film, but also loves to work in television and on stage. Megan is a member of the Screen Actors Guild, AFTRA, and the Actors Equity Association, Megan recently guest starred on the new A&E primetime drama, The Fugitive Chronicles. Megan craves working with visionary directors like Kelvin C. Bias and the Noctumbulous creative team. This is where she feels at home.

Gilberto De La Fuente as Miguel Arroyo, Makes his acting debut in the feature film, Noctambulous. Gilberto is a native of Texas now residing in New York City. After studying at the acclaimed Atlantic Theater School and Upright Citizens Brigade, he is following his life long passion for film, where he gravitates towards well written, character driven stories.

William Linton as William Graves, He last appeared in the off-Broadway production of “Viagara Falls”. In other off-Broadway productions he played B.F. Schlagel in “Carnival” at the York Theater Company. Broadway credits include the Tony-Award winning “City of Angels”, “Wildcat” with Lucille Ball, “Sugar Babies” with Mickey Rooney and Ann Miller, “Family Affair” and “42nd Street. He starred in revivals of “DuBarry Was a Lady” and the one-hundred year old Harrigan and Hart musical, “The Mulligan Guard Ball”.
Mr. Linton’s versatility has placed him in a wide range of roles such as John Adams in “1776”, Little Chap in “Stop The World. . .”, the Devil, Applegate in “Damn Yankees”, Willie in “The Sunshine Boys”, King Arthur in “Camelot”, Nathan Detroit in “Guys & Dolls”, the King in “King & I”, and Michael in “I Do, I Do”. He received the New Jersey Drama Critics Circle Award as best actor for the role of La Guardia in “Fiorello” at the Papermill Playhouse and also for John Adams in “1776”. Other theater awards for best actor include the Casa Amigas Award for the role of Will Mossop in “Walking Happy” at the Casa Manana in Fort Worth. His portrayal of Richard in Ken Hill’s “Phantom of the Opera” and as Scheinkoff in “Fame” delighted audiences in America, Europe and the Far East. He was the voice of the western narrator in the film “Death Wish” starring Charles Bronson. Soap opera audiences have seen him in “Ryan’s Hope” and “Another World”. Mr. Linton holds a scholarship degree from the Pasadena Playhouse. Mr. Linton’s most recent film appearance is as William Graves in the indie, “Noctambulous”.

Julian Rozzell, Jr. as Prospero, Julian has performed in New York at the Public Theatre, New York Theatre Workshop, Soho Rep, and Brooklyn Arts Exchange, among others. Regional credits include The Piano Lesson at the Arden Theatre, Philadelphia, No Exit with Imago Theatre, Portland Oregon, Titus Andronicus at Milwaukee Shakespeare, Othello at Texas Globe, Passing Strange, San Francisco, Ca. Julian has also appeared in numerous television programs and commercials. Most recently he was featured in the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards commercial, a tribute to Michael Jackson, and appeared in the second episode of the new HBO series Boardwalk Empire opposite Steve Buscemi and Michael Shannon, produced by Martin Scorcese.

Erin Sullivan as Ariana, Erin Sullivan has been seen in various independent films all over New York City. She holds a B.A degree in Theatre, from Towson University in Maryland. Erin is also a writer and made her Playwriting debut when Stop and Smell the Coffee, a one-act premiered at the Milagro Theater last spring. In addition to acting, Erin is learning aerial silks and performs with a Burlesque Troupe.
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