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Jamie Brewer - as Claire


Jamie Brewer made her acting debut in the FX pilot episode of AMERICAN HORROR STORY in the role of Adelaide, a role which she played for the show’s entire first season. She also appeared in the final season of SOUTHLAND. Jamie returned to AMERICAN HORROR STORY in season 3, and had additional roles in seasons 4 and 7.


In 2018, Jamie starred as Amy in the play, AMY AND THE ORPHANS, becoming the 1st person with Down syndrome to star in an off-Broadway show. She was honored with a Theater World Award and Drama Desk Award for her performance. Jamie is the ambassador for “Changing The Face of Beauty,” an organization committed to equal representation of people with disabilities in advertising and media. She is the first person with Down syndrome to walk the New York Fashion Week runway in designer Carrie Hammer’s show. Jamie continues to be a committed actor as well as an advocate and role model for people with disabilities.




Jen Blagen - as Aunt Frances


Jen Blagen has been performing for more than 40 years. Her film credits include DRAGONFLY, STAY THEN GO, LITTLE WORDS, OLDER THAN AMERICA and I AM NOT A SERIAL KILLER. Jen has also performed on stage at Minnesota’s nationally renowned Guthrie Theater, at The Jungle Theater and Theater Latte Da.

When not acting, Jen is teaching as part of the

Bachelor of Arts Theatre program at the University of Minnesota.






Bruce Bohne - as Charlie


Bruce Bohne is a Minnesota-based actor who has appeared in more than 40 films and television programs. He played Officer Lou in the Oscar-winning film, FARGO. Bruce is also a regular on Twin Cities stages,

including more than 30 productions at the

nationally renowned Guthrie Theater.

Bruce lives in Minneapolis, MN with his cat, Big.



Dora Dolphin - as Jessica


Dora Dolphin was recently cast as the co-lead in a Disney Channel pilot

called  THE A-GIRL, a comedy about a teenage girl on the autism spectrum.



Isadora Swann - as Amanda


Isadora Swann is a veteran of the stage with casted roles in multiple productions at The Children’s Theater Company and the nationally renowned Guthrie Theater, both in Minnesota. At the Guthrie she was one of two actors to alternate playing the lead role of Scout in TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD. Her feature length film credits include LOVE ALWAYS SANTA for MarVista Entertainment, and PUPS ALONE: A CHRISTMAS PERIL for Boundless Pictures. Isadora graduated high school Summe Cum Laude (Class of 2020) and has been working and traveling throughout the United States.  She will be studying acting at the University of Southern California

in the fall of 2021.





Blake Miller - as Pip


Blake Miller was cast in ABC’s docudrama,





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