CAST

SUSAN SHEARER
Regina Bloom

Susan graduated from U.C. Berkeley with a B.A. in Theater, and went on to attend the prestigious L.A. Civic Light Opera Workshop. She then studied with David Bennett - Shakespeare Intensive, Jose Quintero, Sal Dano, Ken McMillan and has appeared in television shows, commercials and soap operas. Susan went on to become a documentary producer for History Channel. After taking a decade or two hiatus from acting to produce documentaries, Susan has recently returned to her first love - acting. She is currently studying acting with the great director & acting coach, Cameron Watson.  She was able to develop her short film script in class under the direction of Cameron. It was her first foray into writing. That short scene went on to become the award winning short film, CASTING ALL CORPSES. She is also co-starring in a soon to be released comedy web series I GUESS I'M A GHOST. And now she is producing and starring in the short sci-fi film LANDINGS directed by Cameron Watson. She says joining Mr Watson’s class was one of the most fortuitous decisions she has ever made.

Cody Mayo is from Saginaw, TX. He began his acting career when he was 12 performing in several theatre productions. He received a scholarship to attend the University of Oklahoma School of Drama to continue working on his craft.  He is currently Vaughn on Marvel's RUNAWAYS on Hulu. He has previously appeared on CBS DOUBT, TNT MAJOR CRIMES, MTV FAKING IT, and an NBC Pilot CURSE OF THE FUENTES WOMEN.

CODY MAYO
Taxman
CONNOR KELLY-EIDING
June

Connor is an actor and artist from Los Angeles, splitting time between LA and NYC. She has been seen on many stages across LA - at Center Theater Group's Kirk Douglas, with The Echo, Antaeus, Moving Arts, and Shakespeare Center LA, among others. Favorite roles include Ester in DRY LAND (Ovation winner for Best Intimate Production of the Year - 2016, which got a remount at CTG's inaugural Block Party), Millie in PICNIC (at Antaeus, directed by Cameron Watson), and RIVER IN APOCALYPSE PLAY (with Moving Arts). She has also appeared on television on Showtime's HOUSE OF LIES, on film in LOCATING SILVER LAKE, HERE I AM, and several short films - including LANDINGS and CAN YOU TAKE MY PICTURE. She voices the roles of Felicia, Setsuna, Catria and others in the FIRE EMBLEM video game series as well as Operator 21O in NieR: AUTOMATA, and has narrated several audiobooks. You can catch Connor in the upcoming LA premiere of Sarah DeLappe's THE WOLVES at the Echo Theater Company. She is also currently working on publishing a book of original drawings @condogg @feelings4dayyys 

A few of Newell’s movie credits include; AUGUST; OSAGE COUNTY, THE GUNDOWN, SORDID LIVES and “EASY RIDER 2 - THE RIDE BACK. On TV he’s worked on COLD CASE, JUST ADD MAGIC, ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT, DESIGNING WOMEN and BIG LOVE, to name a few. He is a founding member of the L.A.MadDogs, one of the industry's busiest voice-over groups (HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON, TRANSFORMERS, SHREK 1 & 2 , TITANIC, etc., etc.). Newell's stage credits include the original productions of Del Shores' CHEATIN', DADDY'S DYIN' WHO'S GOT THE WILL?, SORDID LIVES and SOUTHERN BAPTIST SISSIES. Newell has had an extensive career in commercials and voice-overs for over 35 years, an ex-Texan, he plays General Sam Houston as the host of the Texas History Museum’s TEXAS HALL OF HEROES at the State Capitol in Austin. He has written, produced and performed in 33 hour-long radio dramas for the Autry Museum of Western Heritage for PBS. Newell performed as Neil Young's opening act "Dan Clear" for 84 shows in 1983-84. Being nominated for best supporting actor in The International Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema in London is a soothing salve for a slogging freelance performer. Go LANDINGS.

NEWELL ALEXANDER
Sheriff Law

London International Filmmaker Festival

of World Cinema 2019

 OFFICIAL 

SELECTION

2019

World Premiere

Supporting Actress

Nominee

Connor Kelly-Eiding

Supporting Actor Nominee

Newell Alexander
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LANDINGS

Susan Shearer and Cody Mayo