ABOUT THE FILM
Closure is based on a true story, and follows the journey of one man: Garrett Davis. His life is irrevocably changed when he finds out his estranged father of 15 years has died and he is forced to face his past.
DAVID DESANTOS / Garrett
David DeSantos has been a member of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s acting company since 2008, and has worked at Arena Stage, Berkeley Rep, South Coast Rep among others. He’s had recurring roles on Ray Donovan, and The Red Road and the upcoming #Freeform’s Famous In Love starring Bella Thorne. Other TV / Film highlights include Castle, Banshee, CSI, Alvin & The Chipmunks: Road Chip, When The Game Stands Tall, and others. As well as the recently wrapped features, Love On The Vines and The Cheerleader Murders.
STEPHANIE BEATRIZ / Isabelle
Stephanie Beatriz currently stars as Rosa Diaz on Fox's Emmy nominated, Golden Globe Winning series Brooklyn 99, now in its 3rd season. Her notable guest starring roles include Southland, The Closer and Modern Family. Her feature credits include Short Term 12, You're Not You starring Hillary Swank, and will next be seen in Netflix's Pee Wee's Big Holiday, and Half Magic directed by Heather Graham. This summer you can hear her as Gertie the Dinobird in Fox's Ice Age: Collision Course.
TIM BAGLEY / Scott
Tim Bagley was recently a series regular on Mr Robinson for NBC, and recurs on Grace and Frankie for Netflix, and Teachers, premiering January 2016 on TVLand. Other TV / Film highlights include Transparent, The Comeback, Episodes, Grimm, Monk, Will and Grace, Knocked Up, This Is 40, and countless others. He has written and performed 3 solo shows, No Actors Allowed, (about being an actor in Hollywood), Clean Boy Dirty Stories (about his time working as a butler at the Playboy Mansion), and Happy Hour, (about his family), which won a Jury Award at the US Comedy Arts Festival.
GARETH WILLIAMS / Paul
With a career spanning over thirty five years, Gareth Williams has worked across the boards in film, tv, and theatre. Most recognized for his roles in Dawson’s Creek and The Shield, he will soon be seen in Annapurna’s 20th Century Women, starring Elle Fanning and Greta Gerwig. Gareth is also part of a Hollywood film collective called Station 82 Productions.
WALLACE LANGHAM / director
Wallace Langham has been a working actor for over 30 years. He has been a regular on such iconic television shows as The Larry Sanders Show, Veronica's Closet, and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, as well as memorable guest-starring turns on Sex and The City, The West Wing, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Castle, Casual, Mike & Molly, and Scream Queens. His film work includes Little Miss Sunshine, The Social Network, Ruby Sparks, Hitchcock, Transcendence, and Draft Day. Wallace can also be seen in the upcoming 2016 films, Spaceman, Arms and the Dudes, and LBJ.
TROY SMITH / director of photography
After finishing his education from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts film school Troy has amassed more than 20 years of experience as a cinematographer. He helped to shape the visual horizon of music videos filming acts such as Pearl Jam, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, Destiny’s Child, Van Halen and Celine Deon to name only a few. He’s lensed countless commercials and the feature films Shilo Season, Ascension Day, Blast, Role of a Lifetime, and the tongue in cheek schlock film MegaPython Vs. Gatoroid.
SCOTT A. JACOBS / editor
Originally from the North suburbs of Chicago, Scott graduated with his MFA in Film Editing from the American Film Institute back in 2007. Since then, he has been fortunate enough to work on both major network TV shows and studio feature films. Some of his previous TV credits include NBC's Parks and Recreation, FX's The League, and CBS's Person of Interest. His film credits include The A-Team, Bourne Legacy, and the upcoming Key and Peele film, Keanu. He hopes to one day sit alongside the great film editors that have come before him and inspire others as they inspired him.
ANIL MARGSAHAYAM / producer
Anil Margsahayam is a Bay Area native who attended the University of San Francisco to earn a degree in Psychology/Pre-Med. While seeking his degree, his love for art and the theatre led him to become a full time actor. These pursuits led him to a Broadway tour, national commercials, film,tv and regional theatre work, including the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. As a producer, his most recent film, Feeding Mr. Baldwin, which he produced under Mitch Cartwright Productions won several Audience and Comedy Awards.