Sarah Collier's first acting experience was competing in high school drama and forensics tournaments as The Narrator in Edgar Allen Poe's "The Tell Tale Heart". After graduating from Kansas State University with a degree in anthropology and moving to the East Coast for a job in the federal government, she found herself continually drawn back into acting. Recently, this love of acting has seen her involved in many different roles from Marcy in Burt Royall's "Dog Sees God" to an anchorwoman in the feature film from India "E-Preeti". Sarah is looking forward to the opportunity and challenges presented by her upcoming role in "Worlds Within".
Mike Ware is a mostly live theatre actor and kinda' understands film. Has done T.V. and Film, the T.V. show on Fox, "Young Americans" (from way back many years ago) and John Waters' "Cecil B. Demented" and other short films too few to mention. Mike loves musicals and plays of which some of his most fave are "Sunday In The Park with George", "Assassins" and "Merrily We Roll Along" Thus, he's a Sondheim fan. And, "Dinner with Friends", "Dead Man's Cell Phone", etc. Oh, he loves playing a creep. He did the Tony (Ray Milland) role in "Dial M For Murder". What a pleasure!
Sean Coe recently finished the short film "Snake" directed by Perry Schwartz. His television credits include the Discovery ID channel series "Who the Bleep Did I Marry" and "Nightmare Next Door". Area theatre credits include: Ty Green in "All This Intimacy(Arts Alive), Mountain in 'Requiem for a Heavyweight", Mat Burke in "Anna Christie"(Heritage-O'Neill), and Bunce in 'One Flea Spare"(Strand Theater). He resides in Baltimore.