Joziah Lagonoy as Yong
Joziah Lagonoy is originally from Seattle. He previously appeared in the TV series Fuller House, School of Rock, and Seal Team, to name just a few of his credits.
Amanda M. Curtis as Sumi
Amanda Curtis recently moved to Los Angeles from the Bay Area. She appeared in the TV show Lethal Weapon and the web series Pocketwatch along with our own Joziah Lagonoy!
Helen Hong as Mrs. Kim
Helen Hong is a stand-up comedian, actor, producer, and writer. She is a frequent guest on NPR’s Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me! and has acted in Inside Llewyn Davis, The Thundermans, and Blunt Talk. Helen produced, wrote, and starred in her own short film Curious Georgina.
Charles Kim as Mr. Kim
Charles Kim is both an actor and an attorney who grew up in Los Angeles’s Koreatown. Charles has recently appeared in Grace and Frankie, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and Jane the Virgin.
Lindsay Beamish as Mrs. Bream
Lindsay Beamish is a Los Angeles native who lives in the Boston area. Her acting credits include Six Feet Under, Gilmore Girls, Forgetting the Girl, and Shortbus. Most recently, Lindsay won the 2019 Hollywood Fringe Distinctive Voices award for her innovative play Institute for the Opposite of Longing. Lindsay is currently a professor in the Performing Arts Department at Emerson College.
Jason William Brewer as Jonathan
Jason William Brewer plays the role of Jonathan. Jason has a background in theater, and we’re thrilled he’s making his screen debut with Becoming Eddie.
Brandin Stennis as Lane
Brandin Stennis is a prolific commercial and theatrical actor. You may have seen him in Disney’s K.C. Undercover, The Muppets, Children’s Hospital, and College Humor Originals among many other credits.
Chance Caeden as Brett
Chance Caeden lives in Los Angeles and has appeared in many independent productions, as well as the TV series The Guest Book, MadTV, and Time Traveling Bong.
David Michael Brown as Eddie Meyers
Hailing from Birmingham, Alabama, David Michael Brown trained his comedy skills at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. In 2015, he was named one of Comedy Central’s Sketch Comics to Watch. Since then, he’s appeared in The UCB Show, The Elite Daily Show, and the David Arquette produced pilot Truck’d Up.