Bruce Nachsin (The Dark Specter)
Evan Judson (The Spark) hails from the small town of Wingdale, NY, where he lived on his family’s farm until the age of eleven, when he moved to Chappaqua, NY. On the stage at Horace Greeley High School, Evan found his passion for theatre, playing the role of Randall Patrick McMurphy in Dale Wasserman’s One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Once graduated, Evan went on to study acting at The William Esper Studio in New York City where he received training in theatre and film. He has appeared on the long running TV show Burn Notice, as well as the hit HBO series Ballers. Recently, Evan made his feature film debut playing the role of Jimmy in Among Thieves, a film about five thieves desperately trying to escape Mexico after a simple job becomes more than they’d bargained for. He has played leading roles on a variety of short films including Fear Thy Neighbor, as well as 7am on Krome, and has been a part of many theatrical performances, including Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, and August Strindberg’s Miss Julie. Evan is a dedicated Brazilian Jiu Jitsu practitioner, holding the title of purple belt under Roberto “Cyborg” Abreu, as well as an amateur gear head, having just finished rebuilding his first car this year, a Mazda Rx-8. Evan is overjoyed to be a part of the cast of The Dark Specter and can’t wait to see where this project leads or what might be in store for the future.
Judy Nazemetz (The Mother) is a Central Jersey girl who got the musical theatre bug when she saw Davy Jones’s Artful Dodger in “Oliver.” At the University of Rhode Island, she got a BA in Sociology but earned her comedy chops as a Tri Delta and by reporting on the suggestion box for the Union Board. After graduation she was led to the NYC comedy scene, where she made her living improvising with Chicago City Limits and doing sketch comedy with the East Village’s Other Leading Brand. When she moved to Los Angeles, she joined LA Theatresports, improvised full musicals and rock operas and competed in international improv events. She wrote her own one-woman show with a cast of five, All That Naz. She’s a member of the Los Angeles theatre company The Production Company. She originated Mona in the bowling musical “The Rose Bowl Queens.” She was Frau Fahrenkopf, singing the Nazi Marching Song in a 1920’s wool bathing suit in A Night of the Iguana at A Noise Within. Judy keeps up her comedy chops by working out at Second City Hollywood with Fred Willard in his Moho sketch comedy group. She’s appeared on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno over 100 times, was in a hot tub with Ellen DeGeneres on her sitcom and was even on an episode of Baywatch. In commercials, she was Mrs. Bernstein interviewing people on the street about salad dressing; she was nearly run over by 40 speeding Mazdas, she was blown out of a pool by Captain Crunch’s submarine, and she plunged headfirst into a super-deluxe ice cream sundae in a Clio-winning commercial.