Nick – Christian Kramme
Christian Kramme age 12 comes from the Midwest and is the youngest of 7 children. He began his acting career two years ago in New York City and has enjoyed all aspects of the industry. He has several film, commercial, voice-over, print and theater credits to his name. He has written and produced his own film which won the 2008 Freshi Film Festival Best Drama . He is very excited to work on History of Space Flight which is his 5th USC film.
Adam – Cole Jenson
As a kid who enjoys new experiences, Cole tried acting classes at the age of 6 and loved them. With continuing training, strong representation, and natural ability to entertain, Cole has 2 nationals running! This fall Cole has his first supporting role in the feature “The Invention of Lying”, with Ricky Gervais and Jennifer Garner. In addition to acting, he enjoys playing basketball, soccer, riding his scooter, playing Wii, and causing trouble for his 2 sisters. A California Native, Cole’s favorite school subjects are math, recess and lunch. He has 2 cats, 2 hamsters and one fish. Cole is thrilled to be playing Adam in History of Space Flight.
Blue and Red – Amanda and Rachel
Amanda and Rachel Pace were born in Orange County California. They began acting at the age of three and have loved every minute of it. Their favorite acting jobs are the ones where they get to work together. They both enjoy singing, gymnastics and watching their 2 older brothers play basketball. Although they are identical twins and best friends they have very different personalities. They are both so excited to be involved in this wonderful project!
Dad – Joe Lima
Joe Lima is an actor, singer-songwriter and avid Ukulele player. Born in the last century in Baton Rouge, Louisiana to a Cuban father and a Louisiana born-and-bred mother, Joe Lima is an actor, singer-songwriter and avid ukulele player. He’s also a happy husband and proud papa. He is in real life an even bigger nerd than the character he plays in “The History of Space Flight”, which he hopes you enjoy. For more on Joe, see www.joelima.com.
Mom – Amy Raasch
AMY RAASCH trained at RADA in London, where she enjoyed working in theater and film. After moving to Los Angeles, she was cast as a folksinger in the Sundance indie, “the four corners of nowhere” and was surprised to discover a talent for songwriting. Her first album, 2007′s “Love or Inertia”, caused Music Connection magazine to name her “One of the Top Independent Artists in Los Angeles.” She has just returned from her first European Tour, and is gearing up to record a new album of material selected from her “52 Songs in 52 Weeks” project. Upcoming acting work includes psychological thriller “The Devil of Appalachia” and a special theatrical adaptation of Kevin Smith’s screenplay about illustrious Argentine tango musician Carlos Gardel. To keep up with Amy, please sign the mailing list at www.amyraasch.com.