At the age of fifteen, Vincent discovered the platform of new media and in particular, YouTube. It was at this time he began to create and upload his own content. What started out as a hobby soon became regular weekly uploads that gained attention and in turn, a large subscriber base and following. It soon became obvious that Vincent was destined to pursue entertainment and film. Vincent paired up with youtuber and filmmaker, Sawyer Hartman and the successful collaboration began making waves within the online community. Sawyer, when writing the script for ‘The Parallax Theory’ had noted Vincent’s talents not only as an actor but as a leading man and offered him the role in his debut feature.




Lindsay Musil is an American Actress born in Chicago Illinois. She studied and graduated from the University of Southern California. She has had a passion for the arts and entertainment since she was a little girl, heavily participating in dance and cheerleading through most of her adolescence.

Lindsay has appeared in NCIS New Orleans and most recently on MTV’s Scream as recurring character Ava Miller.  In 2016 you can expect to see her in The Big Short starring Brad Pitt and Christian Bale, Carter and June where she plays a lead character opposite of Michael Raymond James and Timothy Omundson and also the film Craftique starring Gina Gershon and Danny Trejo.



Tom has made his living in dairy barns and on factory floors. He has trained as a hard hat diver and worked as an ambulance driver. He has been a social worker and freelance theatre critic. Before moving to New Orleans he spent over 20 years on the East coast with a paintbrush in one hand and a script in the other while pursuing a career in the theatre. He spent years performing in off off Broadway houses in New York where his work in the plays of Sam Shepard garnered high praise in the New York Times and elsewhere. Since moving to New Orleans a little over 3 years ago he has worked across from Woody Harrelson in True Detective, Chiwetel Ejiofor in 12 Years a Slave, the recently released Focus with Will Smith, the soon to be released, Same Kind of Different As Me, with Greg Kinnear and Renee Zellweger, as a somewhat series regular on Salem, American Horror, and a host of other projects.


Melissa Saint-Amand graduated in 2014 from Rider University with a degree in Fine and Performing Arts. Her on screen debut came when she booked the lead role in an episode of “Scorned: Love Kills” for the Discovery Channel.

After Scorned she continued on to star in films such as “Trash Can On the Left” by Fedor Lyass, which premiered at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, and Massacre on Aisle 12, which will be released later this year through Terror Films.