Sara Constance Wu was born and raised in Richmond, Virginia. Her mother is a computer programmer and her father is a college professor. Both are immigrants from Taiwan. Constance grew up in Richmond performing in the local community theater scene. At 16, she moved to New York City to study at the famed Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute and she's been busy ever since. While in New York, she worked in classical theater and quickly transitioned to film work. She soon appeared in several Sundance Feature Films including Stephanie Daley (2006) and Year of the Fish (2007). In 2010, she moved to Los Angeles where her theater and film background helped land her a role in another Sundance Feature, Sound of My Voice (2011). In 2014, she was cast as Jessica Huang in the ABC comedy series Fresh Off the Boat (2015), which premiered in 2015. Based on Eddie Huang's memoir, it is set in the 1990s and revolves around a Taiwanese family that moves to suburban Orlando. Wu enjoys long-distance running, camping, piano, and reading. She lives in Silverlake, Los Angeles, with her pet rabbit, Lida Rose. In 2018, she starred as Rachel Chu, an American college professor who dates a Singaporean multimillionaire (Henry Golding), in the smash romantic comedy hit Crazy Rich Asians (2018).
Kavi Ramachandran Ladnier
Vivanti Kavi Ramachandran Ladnier was born in Kerala, India. Kavi Ramachandran is an actor and producer, known for NCIS: Los Angeles (2009), The Sex Lives of College Girls (2021) and The Fairly OddParents: Fairly Odder (2022).
Jack Daniel Yoon was born outside of Chicago, and grew up in Toronto, the son of South Korean immigrants. He attended high school at the University of Toronto Schools, where he was elected Valedictorian by his classmates. He completed a BS with Distinction in Engineering Physics as well as a BA summa cum laude in History in four and half years at Cornell University, and played junior varsity ice hockey for Cornell. He received an MPA from Princeton University’s School of Public and International Affairs, where he was awarded the Somers Prize for best thesis. He has no formal film training. Daniel has had several different careers. He's worked as an Outward Bound Instructor, leading extended canoe expeditions in Northern Ontario. He's also served environmental causes as an energy policy analyst in Washington DC and Colorado. And he was a management consultant to Fortune 1000 companies with McKinsey and Company. Daniel’s first feature Post Concussion (16mm • 82 min •1999) was a no-budget partially autobiographical comedy about an arrogant and successful consultant whose life changes in surprising ways after a serious head injury. Daniel was the Writer, Director, Producer, Cinematographer, Editor, and Lead Actor. For many shots in the film, Daniel would set up the Eclair NPR camera, turn it on, and then step into frame. Post Concussion won several festival awards, including the Taos Land Grant from the Taos Talking Pictures Festival (2000). Indiewire called it “Brilliant” and Variety “Intriguingly original and appealingly offbeat.”
God Dougald was born in the small mill town of Toledo, Or. (pop.2,800). He attended community collage and then the University of Oregon, dropped out and began working at the local theatre (Oregon Repertory Theatre) acting in 16 shows in three years. He was accepted at The American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco. In the years after he worked many regional theaters including; Denver Center Theatre Co., Seattle Repertory racking up more than 60 roles. The first production of The Ciderhouse Rules ( at Seattle Rep.) directed by Jane Jones/ Tom Hulce was moved to The Mark Taper Forum in 1998, and Dougald came with it. After working at The Taper and The Geffen Theatre, Dougald started getting work on television in supporting roles. He lives in Glassell Park, Los Angeles and has a daughter, Ruby.
Hospital Nurse Jennifer Chang is an actor, director, writer, producer and educator who won the LADCC Award in direction for the LA premiere of VIETGONE by Qui Nguyen. She is a proud member of the Stage Directors and Choreographer’s Society (SDC), Screen Actors Guild (SAG-AFTRA), Actor’s Equity Association (AEA) and the American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA). BFA NYU, MFA UCSD. Director’s Lab West, Drama League NY Fellow, Classical Directing Fellow (The Old Globe), Beatrice Terry Residency. APAFT Advisory Board. More info: www.changinator.com
Writer Director Producer
Composer John Welsman has won 8 Gemini and CSA awards for his scores for film and television, with credits including over twenty MOW’s, five features, six series, fifty documentary one-hours and mini-series, and six seasons of the award winning dramatic series Road To Avonlea. Highlights include childrens series My Pet Monster, Franklin and Friends and My Friend Rabbit, Movies of the Week Robin of Locksley, Stolen Miracle and Borrowed Hearts, and documentary series David Suzuki's The Sacred Balance and The Nature of Things, and feature films Nurse.Fighter.Boy and Modra. He's been a Director of the SCGC since 1996, and assumed the role of President in 2015.
Director of Photography Alexander Fletcher is a talented Bay Area Director of Photography with 12 years of experience shooting documentaries, commercials, narrative films, and corporate videos worldwide. He is known for his intuitive vision, cinema verite style, and passion for creating arresting visuals. He started with filming music videos for artists like Jim James, Austin Prince, Dream Date and Quinn DeVeaux. He specializes mostly in filming corporate videos working with companies such as The Atlantic, Twitch, MUX, Vanity Fair and Vulture. He also works closely with upcoming indie directors filming visual striking short and feature long films.
Director of Photography • Associate Producer
1st Assistant Director • Associate Producer Brad Marshland’s numerous films include the Emmy® Award-winning documentaries The Next Frontier and We’ve Got The Power, and the acclaimed feature The Other Kids. He has written and sold screenplays in Hollywood, had stage plays produced on both coasts, wrote and directed Liars’ Dice, starring Breaking Bad’s Dean Norris, and works as a story consultant to award-winning filmmakers. Between film projects, Brad has authored the fantasy novels The Imagicators and its sequel The Imagicators and the Wind Between the Worlds, and works as Senior Producer of the public radio program and podcast Climate One.
Art Director • Location Sound • Associate Producer He has worked as a Sound Recordist, Associate Producer, Actor, and written music for film. Since 2018, Stephen has focused his artistic energy on writing screenplays.
First Assistant Director
Vocals Cherie Camp is a singer songwriter with extensive credits in film and television. She released the self-titled pop album on WEA Records in 1983, and has sung on numerous scores by partner John Welsman. She wrote the theme song for childrens’ series The Mighty Jungle and My Friend Rabbit, and also wrote songs for Franklin and Friends. Recent scores include Daniel Yoon’s feature drama ‘East Bay’, starring Constance Wu. Camp won a Genie Award with songwriting partner John Welsman for ‘Achievement in Music’ for Nurse.Fighter.Boy.