A military brat, BLAISE MILLER bounced around the country with his family before they put down roots in Virginia. After receiving his B.A in Theater, Blaise packed up and moved to the Windy City. While in Chicago he gained extensive stage time at Second City and I.O. In 2005, after 4 years of writing and acting in shows, he decided that it was time to make the move to Los Angeles. Blaise has established himself as a working actor, carving a niche for himself in independent films playing likable everyman types. In 2008, Blaise won the lead role in the dark comedy The Scenesters and followed that up by snagging lead roles in Super Zeroes, Spring Eddy, Holiday Road, It's A Disaster, and a supporting role in Congratulations. Blaise is a founding member of the comedic film group The Vacationeers, with whom he continues to collaborate.
KYLE SING is a stage-trained actor from Chicago. An alumnus of Chicago's Actor's Studio and the Gately-Poole Conservatory, Kyle's credits include numerous Shakespeare and contemporary productions. Kyle now resides in Los Angeles and can be seen in the dramatic thriller End of Fall, the noir crime drama, Broken Bond, and the forthcoming dark comedy series Meet the Boyz.
JAKE MCLEAN is an actor from Los Angeles, CA. He spent four years studying drama at the Boston University College of Fine Arts where he received a BFA in Acting. Recent Film and Television Credits include The Real O'Neals, The Middle, Awkward, and Nine Rides, a film that premiered last spring at SXSW. He is so excited and proud to be a part of End of Fall, and can’t wait for the world to see this incredible story!
PAUL DILLON is an actor born in Joliet, IL, who began his career in show business in Chicago. His movie career began in 1994 with the movie Blink in which he played the role of Neal Booker. He played the assassin Patty O'Brien in Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997), the most successful film in which he has a credited role. Dillon has also appeared on many hit TV series including NYPD Blue, CSI: Miami, The Guardian, Night Stalker, and his recurring role as Angelo in The Pretender. He is also the founder and artistic director of the Bang Bang Spontaneous Theatre Group.