Nii SOWAH as ISSAC
Ebeneezer Nii Sowah was born in Queens, New York to parents hailing from Ghana and Equatorial Guinea.
Ebeneezer Sowah studied under and was mentored closely by the late director and playwright, Titus Walker and was cast as the lead in two of his Off-Broadway plays, For the Love of My Black Woman, and Gospel of the Harlem Renaissance. Transitioning into film, Ebeneezer was cast in several independent and student productions. He studied under renowned acting coach,director, and author of TRUTH, Susan Batson in her Master Class.
As of late, Ebeneezer just completed a lead role in a short film Stalking Ghosts and has booked lead roles in two independent feature films, Hoboken Vigilante, and Life Among Valley People. Ebeneezer currently resides in New York City.
Evan's excited about his return in PL Entertainment‘s Season 2 of Brooklyn is in Love. He can also be seen in PL Entertainment’s Where the Road May Lead Us (short film). A New Hampshire native, Evan made his way to NYC in 2008 to study acting in the one year conservatory at Michael Howard Studios. He recently played Don in Howard Korder's Boy's Life.
Evan acts, directs, writes, sings, plays guitar and other instruments, works backstage on occasion, and bikes around Los Angeles in search of surprises. Evan currently lives in Los Angeles, CA.
TERRENCE RUGGIEROas Kevin
Originally from Argentina, Nadia is half Spanish and fluent in English, Spanish and Portuguese. She started acting when she was 11, starring in TV and theatre, before moving to Europe where she lived and performed in London for several years.
Now in New York, she has trained at the Lee Strasberg Institute, the Stella Adler Studio, the Atlantic Acting School and is currently at the Susan Batson Studios.
Nadia is much in demand in New York, and her films have previewed at the Audience Choice Festival in NYC and the International Film Festival in the Bahamas. She is thrilled to be back in our webseries for Season 2 and cannot wait to show the new episodes to her mum, who follows every detail from Buenos Aires.
Terrence is a proud New Jersey native who moved to New York shortly after high school. He sort of stumbled his way in front of the camera through various industrial work that supported him while pursuing his passion for writing and music. In the first year in New York he managed to acquire an internship at both Columbia Records and OK!
Magazine. Music journalism was the direction he had set out for himself [or so he thought.] As far as he knew it, acting was no longer in the frame...UNTIL he was referred to Maggie Flanigan, a renowned Meisner coach. Maggie gave acting a whole new meaning to Terrence. She once said to him, that he could not act his way out of a paper bag, and the amount of knowledge he knew about acting couldn't fill a thimble. That was all the straight talking he needed to whole-heartedly pursue the fascinating allure and power of humani through his craft as an actor.
Since graduating the conservatory, Terrence has filmed several short films and was a lead in the feature film April Grace [which is set to come out Fall of 2012.]
Terrence is thrilled to be working with PL Entertainment and the enthusiastic cast and crew of BROOKLYN IS IN LOVE!
When Terrence is not out hustling his actor face... he enjoys martial arts, motorcycles, mixology and Montauk.
Crawford M. Collins is a New York newcomer originally from Millington, NJ.
After a successful debut this past December, Crawford is looking forward to her second NYC theatrical engagement in April (2012). She will be performing in a 1926 period piece produced by Co-op Theatre East. (COTE) is staging a bilingual production of Miguel de Unamuno y Jugo's classic play, "El Otro".
Crawford has also been featured on television shows such as "The Good Wife", "30 Rock", and the new CBS pilot series produced by Robert De Niro "The 2-2".
She is currently starring as a tough-as-nails, neighborhood kingpin in an on-going web series written, directed, and produced by Reggie Hines called, "Salt of Life". Crawford was also recently cast in the second season of the highly recognized PL Entertainment webseries, "Brooklyn is in Love" as the role of "Pam".
Katja Gerz started acting at a very young age and has been seen in different television and theater productions throughout Berlin.
After finishing her MFA in acting she moved to NY. Her film debut was in Must love Death which won the NY Horror Festival. Katja is half american half german, and can speak both languages fluently.
Originally from Sierra Leone, West Africa. I arrived in the US at six years old due to the civil war that was tearing apart my native country "Blood Diamond". I started acting in college which eventually led to me dropping out to move to New York where I began my career with the NEC theatre company.
I enjoy acting because it allows me to explore humanity.
Born and raised in Hartford, Connecticut.
Though modeling was not her true love, with being 6ft tall and no desires to try out for the WNBA, she moved to New York in 2003 to chase a career in modeling. It was coming to New York that Keli met a diverse group of truly wonderful people who exposed her to the possibilities of taking advantage of all New York has to offer.
Remembering the time when one of those good friends of hers nonchalantly suggested she put her animated personality to work and look into acting, she got online one day and googled acting classes in New York City. Coming across Bruce Ornstein's acting workshop and giving it a try was the beginning to a love affair with acting. Til this day, performing has become the one thing that brings her the most happiness in life.
CHRISTINE LAING as Kim
I am originally froma small town in Southeast Kansas. I have been performing on stage, singing, acting, and dancing since I was ten years old. During my senior year of high school was when the decision to pursue acting finally settled in. I applied and auditioned for The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts. Once accepted I moved to New York at the age of 18 and for two years I trained for acting on film and television. Now I am pursuing projects, going on auditions, and enjoying the life I am living.
Originally from Northern New Jersey, Terrence Ruggiero started his career in Maggie Flanigan Studios in New York. He recently starred in the critically acclaimed indie feature film "April Grace," that screened at Garden State Film Festival in 2013. His other credits, include, "10 Minutes Left," "The Last Night," and "Fish."
Terrence is excited to be apart of this amazing project.
Miranda McCauley hails from Houston, Texas, and has been lucky enough to be apart of many wonderful and/or interesting projects. Gigs have ranged from acting, writing, directing, producing, and casting in films, theatre, web series, and even weird experimental art installation pieces.
Other roles with PL Entertainment are Diane in Brooklyn is in Love and Wendy in Mad About the Boy.
She is also a voracious women's rights advocate, a vegetarian, a lover of uncommonly eccentric films and music, a cheap art collector, an insomniac, an associate of the financially challenged, and is comically terrible in the culinary arts.
She shares a birthday with Charles Darwin and Abraham Lincoln.