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Deny We Were Cast

Robert Maisonett (Dean Vela)

Robert Maisonett, Actor Bronx native Robert Maisonett was a 2017 BRIO Award recipient for Narrative Film & Video in Media Arts for his work in Latin Lives, a web series which he developed and created. In February 2020, Robert starred as Brian in Pulitzer Prize-winning play The Shadow Box (Regeneration Theatre). Other theatre credits include: Jesus Hopped the Train (NUBOX), As Is (Regeneration Theatre), Sonnets for an Old Century (Bank Street Theatre), Your Faithful Reader (Muriel Schulman Theater); Small Craft Warnings (Regeneration Theatre), A Doctor's Call (Harold Clurman Theater), Cloud 9 (Atrium Theater), Sign In Sidney Brustein's Window (Union Square Theater). Film and TV credits include: Alma Perdida; Miguel, Ma Belle; La Promesa; Collision; A Day at the Beach; Behind the Walls; Episode 50; Twin Primes; and “Taxi Brooklyn” (recurring). SAG-AFTRA

JJ Bozeman (Jonah McCabe)

JJ Bozeman, Actor JJ is a multi-cultural actor and producer who began life as a Georgia Peach, before ending up an artist in the Big Apple. His stage career is as varied as his travels, being the son of a U.S. Navy father and immigrant Filipina mother. Stage productions include Free Free Free Free (Exponential Theater), Macbeth (Shakespeare Saturdays, NY), The Date (Michael Haggins, NY), Class Reunion (Le Chat Noir, GA), Yellow Peril (Alton Alburo, Rule of 7 X 7), 100 Saints You Should Know (Le Chat Noir, GA), Immortal (David Charles, NY), Defining Lines (A & A Prod. NY), The Houseguest (Oye Avant Garde Fest), and more. JJ has also gained attention for his roles in the web series History (2016) and film Snowflake (2018). JJ is a passionate activist in the causes of racial equality, social justice, and preserving voting access and election integrity.

Kristi Donna Ng (Carrie Saito)

Kristi Donna Ng, Actor Kristi is an award-winning screenwriter, actress and producer. Her films have been screened at the Boston Asian American Film Festival, Syracuse International Film Festival (1st Place Winner), The Barrow Group's 48 Hour Film Festival (Two-time Audience Award Winner), Asian Film Lab's 72 Hour Film ShootOut, and at The Sparrow Film Project where she was nominated for a Best Supporting Actress Award. Select theatre credits: Joker (National Queer Theatre), Love/Sick (PaperKids Theatre Company), Same Time Next Week (Joust Theatre Company). Kristi was a playwriting mentor for Quinnipiac University's New Play Festival for three seasons. She trained at The Barrow Group. Thrilled to be part of "Deny We Were!" Thanks to Marcus, Joe, Sara and my beautiful castmates. Thank you to Scott, Gretchen and Alice for making this possible. All my love to Mom, Banji and Lola. For Tory . IG:@krisdng

Garrett Taylor (Jimmy McCabe)

Garrett Taylor, Actor Afternoons spent at the movies with his grandfather shaped Garrett Taylor's early years, resulting in a true love of the crafts of theatre and film. After graduation from the theatre program at Louisiana State University, Garrett spent time on stage in starring roles in iconic American plays such as 'Eddie' in Sam Shepard's Fool for Love and 'John Williamson' in David Mamet's Glengarry Glen Ross. His screen credits include roles in Queen Sugar, Evil Lives Here, Titans: The Rise of Wall Street and most recently, the starring role of whiskey titan, Jack Daniel, in the upcoming History Channel series, Empires of Excess. Now finding his stride in New York, Garrett is excited to embark on this journey of exploration into Joe Moe's masterfully designed world as the insufferable, yet charmingly irresistible, 'Jimmy McCabe', a role that Garrett says is both challenging and important, as the characters and audience seek to better understand the complex layers of our shared human experience which shape us into who we are and who we ultimately become. SAG-AFTRA