ALL MY FRIENDS ARE MARRIED: SOON TO BE RELEASED ON YOUTUBE
– Coming Soon!-
All My Friends Are Married: Episode One
AMFAM is a quirky comedic web series with a blend of dry and physical humor. It highlights the joys, mistakes, hopes and pitfalls of being single & living in New York City. With tenderness, joy and irony we present the story of a women struggling to survive adulthood from her very imaginative point of view. This series captures the intersection where heaven meets earth; where adulthood and dreams force reality. It is here that faith, hope and love collides with bills, delayed promises and fears.
We think it’s hilarious and we think you will too.
MEET THE CAST
Megan Griffith is a New York based theatre artist with experience in voice and dance. She is a recent graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and is currently working on a new original musical.
Rotimi Paul is an actor, writer, producer and filmmaker, based in New York. He was most recently seen guest starring in Season 3 of Sleepy Hollow (FOX). Rotimi’s other TV credits include: As The World Turns (CBS) and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (NBC). His film credits include the feature films Dutch Kills and Sweet Baby James, and the shorts Ship Of Fools, New York, I Love You and Recursion. His New York Theater credits include Dutchman (45th St. Theater), Multiplication (Manhattan Rep. Theater), How the Moon Fell in Love (Shell Theater), and Family Business (Shell Theater) where he originated the role of Angel Lopez. Regionally, he has appeared in The Member of the Wedding (Redhouse Theater), Wine in the Wilderness (Paul Robeson Performing Arts Co.), and La Cirque Jolie (Paul Robeson Performing Arts Co.). His numerous commercial appearances include Comcast, Puma, ESPN, Carmax, Heineken and Intel. He is currently working on the feature documentary film, Surviving Jonestown. He is a graduate of Syracuse University, and the William Esper Studio conservatory program. www.rotimipaul.com Twitter: @RotimiAstill. Instagram: @rotimipaul. Facebook: Rotimi Paul
Gulshan Mia is an actor and storyteller from a small town in South Africa. She has come a long way (literally!) to be acting in NYC. Her New York theatre performances include Fifty Million Frenchmen, Wall Street: A Farce, Anthropology of a Book Club, Dear Penelope and her first solo show, Tiger Trap. She has also worked on several web series, short films and commercials. Recently, she was a featured actor in Les Pêcheur De Perles at the Metropolitan Opera House. Gulshan is currently working on a onewoman show that will be touring the U.S. and South Africa this summer. To see more of her work, check out www.GulshanMia.com
Most recently, Louis wrapped up a world premier production of The Report at the Vanessa Redgrave Theater in New York–part of FringeNYC. Louis has performed at The Public’s Joe’s Pub in the new play Balladeers Play to the Moon, completed pilots for All My Friends Are Married, Hampton 10-10, and many independent films. Some favorite past roles include Matt in Talley’s Folly, Launcelot in Merchant of Venice, Oliver in As You Like It, Richard in The Lion In Winter, Jonathan in Oh Dad, Poor Dad…, and Hal in Summer Brave. Louis trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts NYC, attended Florida State University, and comes from Christmas, FL–Google it. www.louislavoie.com
Collin Batten is an actor and improviser originally from North Carolina. Currently can be seen improvising in the Mega Watt show and the Director’s Series, Object Work show at the Magnet Theater here in NYC. He has just spent over six years performing as a Blue Man with Blue Man Group, appearing in all five of the companies domestic productions. Collin also works with the nationally recognized education and media company, Story Pirates (storypirates.org), adapting and performing children’s original stories to promote their continued growth in writing, literacy and creative self expression.
MEET THE TEAM
Huriyyah Muhammad is Founder of the Black TV & Film Collective and Managing Partner of Infinite Wings Media. Huriyyah has been instrumental in bringing the power of storytelling, media production and digital video short form and long form content to businesses, entrepreneurs and artists. She is an avid writer, director and producer who is passionate about creating long-lasting opportunities for people of color within the film, TV and digital media industries.
Huriyyah holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Spelman College, and an M.B.A. from the NYU Stern School of Business.
Ekwa has written& directed several shorts, most recently award-winning comedy Soko Sonko (The Market King). She has been adjunct faculty at Tisch School of the Arts. She is currently in post-production on her a short film Farewell Meu Amor starring Tony Award nominee Sahr Ngauja.
A William Esper conservatory trained actress that has performed in feature films, short films, off-off broadway productions, voiceover projects and most recently television by way of national commercials. Recent, content creator of somindboggling journeys somindboggling journey podcast.
Kahlil Garner is a New York City filmmaker who got his start working in postproduction and Community Theater in New York. Kahlil received his MFA in writing and directing from Columbia College Chicago and has written, directed, and produced both fiction and non-fiction shorts. He is an adjunct professor of Film and Television at the City University of New York, and is in the beginning stages of research on what will be his first feature film.
Snyder is a freelance cinematographer based in New York, New York. He’s an award winning cinematographer. He shoots documentary, narrative, commercials, and music videos. He owns/have access to the Red Epic, Scarlet, FS-700, and 5D mark III.
He specializes in capturing innovative and creative images with the latest camera and lighting technology. Best of all, he’s SUPER easy to work with – a delight to work with – an absolute pleasure.
He also owns a degree in film from Full Sail University and can work in four different languages (english, spanish, french and creole). So that’s something.
Tiana Bragg is currently honing her Script Supervising craft through the BTFC as well as by studying an online 13-part course. She’s always had an intense interest in the behind-the-scenes network of TV and film production. She believes Script Supervising is an amazing way to see the magic behind the camera — working closely with the director, DP, Camera Assistants, and Sound Operator to make sure the continuity on film flows. Tiana received her B.A. in English from the University of Maryland-Eastern Shore and her M.S. in Radio and Television Management at Brooklyn College.
A native of Detroit born and raised. Detroit is where my craft, skill, talent and knowledge for the hair industry was molded. I have been in the hair industry now for 19 years and have owned and operated my salon successfully for 8yrs in the Metro- Detroit area. I have a strong foundation in growing healthy hair and the creative ability to produce the best styles that captures and enhance my client’s natural beauty regardless of length or texture, which is an asset to this industry. I have a natural creative gift for bringing the best looks for the client when it comes to styling, hair straightening, updos, weaves, extensions, natural styling by examinig the professional life, personality, facial profile and facial structure. I’m known for my relaxing therapeutic shampoos, consistent hair growth, knowledge and ability to keep hair healthy with or without a relaxer. I believe hair should be healthy, stylish and trendy at the same time. In this industry you must always expect to continue learning and challenging yourself to the next level. After 8 years of owning a salon my experiences as a business owner in this industry has strengthen my love and passion for challenging my knowledge and skills to the next level. I decided to take my expertise in healthy hair and personal signature to the diverse culture of New York City.
Melissa is a wonderful makeup artist and makeup effects specialist.
Mo Faramawy is a freelance filmmaker and writer based in Brooklyn. His background includes work on feature films, documentaries, sketch comedies, music videos, and reality television with credits as a producer, editor, and assistant director. A graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Mo has directed short films in New York, Paris, Havana, and Istanbul. In 2015, Mo launched the MasrdotBokra Short Film Festival, the first online film festival in Egypt. Had he continued in his path to become a professional tennis player instead of a filmmaker, he would have been in better physical shape but in poor fiscal shape.