Scott Lowell is best known for his lead role of “Ted Schmidt” in Showtime’s groundbreaking series Queer As Folk for which he was twice nominated for the Prism Award.  Other television credits include Criminal Minds (CBS), various voices on the Fox animated series American Dad, On The Edge (Showtime), Alien Fury (UPN); Frasier, Caroline In The City and Early Edition.
Film credits include To Live and Die in Dixie, Ping Pong Playa, Trapped Ashes, The Debtor$, Love Bites, LAdies Room LA, Damned If You Do and Opus 27.
He recently appeared onstage at the Berkshire Theatre Festival in The Heidi Chronicles.  Stage credits in Los Angeles include Orson’s Shadow and Present Laughter (Pasadena Playhouse); Durang/Durang (Hollywood Court); Anna Christie and The Caine Mutiny Court-martial (LA TheatreWorks).   Chicago credits include Light Up The Sky and A Christmas Carol (Goodman Theatre); “Picasso” in the World Premiere run of Steve Martin’s Picasso At The Lapin Agile and Twelfth Night (Steppenwolf); 19 different characters in A Perfect Ganesh (Northlight); Laughter On The 23rd Floor (Briar Street); “John Wilkes Booth” in the Chicago Premiere of Sondheim’s Assassins (Pegasus, Jeff Citation – Production)); The Chicago Conspiracy Trial (Remains Theatre); Much Ado About Nothing and King John (Chicago Shakespeare); the World Premiere of the six-hour Incorruptible (Jeff nomination – performance), Wild Honey and Orwell Down And Out (Bailiwick Rep.).  Also a writer, Scott currently resides in Los Angeles.
Suzanne Lang is originally from Jeffersonville, Indiana, Suzanne has worked in film, theater, commercial and voiceover in Chicago/the Midwest, Germany and the West Coast.
Recent theater credits include:  The Savannah Disputation, Othello and Jeff-nominated Bus Stop (Writers’ Theatre); Jeff-nominated Pride and Prejudice (Northlight Theatre); A Christmas Carol (Drury Lane Theatre in Oakbrook); the Jeff-Citation winning The Life and Times of Tulsa Lovechild (CollaborAction/Theatre on the Lake) and The Tempest (the English-American Theatre Festival in Düsseldorf, Germany).
Recent film credits include Walter’s Wife, filmed in conjunction with Grand Valley State University and ClearVision Films; the independent feature Elsewhere (with Jon Gries, Anna Kendrick and Tania Raymonde) to be released in 2009 and An Open Door which premiered at The 2007 Chicago International Film Festival and has won 3 festival Awards of Excellence (The Accolade Festival, The Golden Knight and The World Fest of Houston Silver Award) and for which Suzanne won the Golden Knight for Best Actress for her portrayal of Michelle Watson.  Suzanne is a graduate of The Theatre School at DePaul University in Chicago and is a proud member of SAG, AFTRA and Actors Equity.
She will be performing next in Chicago in 2008 with ShawChicago and Drury Lane Theatre.
Austin Lee Belrose is 11yrs. old He was born in Ann Arbor Michigan and is going into the sixth grade.  Austin loves to act and has appeared in several GVSU films including Flickering Blue and New York Film Festival’s Family Portrait. Austin is also a big sports fan, he plays baseball and ice hockey throughout the year and looks forward to becoming a “professional athlete that acts on the side” Austin was thrilled to be in Walter’s Wife and was grateful for the opportunity to work with such a great, caring cast. He looks forward to acting projects that might come his way in the future.
Tim Moriarty calls Grand Rapids home but has been fortunate enough to have also lived in Chicago, New York and Los Angeles. The theater is his favorite creative outlet, having performed numerous times on local and Chicago stages. Tim recently made his NYC theatrical debut as “Prospero” in Shakespeare’s The Tempest, and made his Los Angeles film debut last summer. Tim has Master’s degrees from Michigan State University and the University of Michigan.

all photos courtesy of Ryan Prins