India Eisley was born in October 1993 into a performing arts family in Los Angeles. Her mother is actress Olivia Hussey, her father is musician David Glen Eisley and her grandfather, Anthony Eisley. Coming from a family of performers, India grew up on film sets looking at her mother work and she fell in love with acting.
Arman Darbo is a young and talented actor who has received professional training from the famous television and film acting school, The Playground. Son of actor and producer Igor Darbo, Arman was born in Paris, France and lived on at least three continents in his short life. His family moved to Beijing when he was very young and lived there for at least a decade before they relocated to the United States where they now reside.
Tiffany Espensen is an American actress who was born in Lianjiang, China in 1999. She was later adopted by American parents and has since lived in the United States of America. Tiffany began her career as a child actress which started with her first television role at the age of eight years old, in 2007. That year, she also appeared in the “Achy Jakey Heart” episode of Hannah Montana and secured a recurring voice role for two seasons on the Nickelodeon, kids’ animated series, Phineas and Ferb.
Over the next two years, Tiffany made guest appearances in television shows such as NCIS, True Jackson, VP, Zeke and Luther and Lie to Me. From 2010 to 2018, she continued to make guest appearances in an additional seven television shows with major roles as Piper Peckinpaw in Bucket & Skinner Epic Adventures and as Belinda in Kirby Buckets.
Did you roll with laughter during Macaulay Culkin’s stellar performance in Home Alone? His playful tactics in his role as the young Kevin McCallister definitely scared off those burglars! What about the precocious Haley Joel Osment with his famous line, “I see dead people” in the thriller, Sixth Sense? Did he have you at the edge of your seat?
Actors are hired for roles in film, television, theater or even events. They can also be employed as ‘extras’. In those roles, they appear on-screen with no lines, as narrators for animations or as voiceovers for audiobooks or other media. Since acting roles range from Hollywood ‘A-listers’ to struggling actors trying to secure a steady job, work hours vary. The hours can also be extensive and even irregular.