CastNew and returning!

Monica Zelak is best known for her gaming skills on her Xbox. When she’s not pwning noobs, she’s in front of the camera, and enjoys cosplaying at conventions across the nation. Eight time Sunshine Girl, G4 booth babe finalist, Nerd Girl Pin Up , Geek Girl, and Calendar Girl, Monica’s photos have been featured on many different sites for her various cosplays. You can find her in cartoon form in the comic book, “Adventures of a Comic Con Girl,” on your Xbox dashboard as the cover for the film “Bad Kids Go To Hell,” and as a character in the VR video game, “Technolust: True Cyberpunk” (which will be released along side the consumer release of the Occulus rift.) Check out more of her at

“Daniel is a natural born Canadian but has pursued his acting career both locally and internationally. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting at the University of Southern Queensland in Australia. His film and T.V. credits include The Gamers: Natural One (Zombie Orpheus Ent), The Killage (Artspear Ent, Monster Pictures), Standard Action Seasons 1 – 3 (Phasefire Films). His theatre credits include Sexual Perversity in Chicago (Salford Arts Theatre, Manchester UK), Made of Stone (Studio 16, Vancouver), The Pillowman (Dorothy Somerset Studio, Vancouver), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Starlight Theatre, Australia), The Tempest (Shakespeare in the Park, Australia Tour), The Threepenny Opera (USQ Artsworx, Australia), The Rimers of Eldritch (USQ Artsworx, Australia), and (Tempest in a Teacup, Australia Tour).”

Vince Caso was born in Massachusetts and raised in Los Angeles where he took an early interest in acting and film making. He attended a school for the arts, and at 14 was cast in his first feature film, “Humble Pie,” from the producer of “Napoleon Dynamite.” A leading role on Felicia Day’s hit series
“The Guild” soon followed, along with many other appearances. A flexible voice over artist, Vince has additionally appeared in games and cartoons, as well as dozens of live radio-style performances. He now writes and co-produces his own sketch comedy show with 4 other comic actors, titled “MUSK”, coming soon. Check him out at and @VinceCaso on Twitter.

Initiating as an actor in the Troma released horror feature “Kill”, Thomas started his parent production company Lynnvander Inc. in the summer of 2005 just before he produced first feature length comedy “Four Aces”. Thomas has created/produced many genre projects with the most recent project being, the award-winning, fantasy micro-series “Mind’s Eye“, as well as the acclaimed fantasy comedy film library of “The Gamers: Natural One”, “The Gamers: Hands of Fate” and “Humans and Households”. Natural 20 is earmarked for production and release in 2015. Thomas engaged in tabletop game design in 2013 where he created both the RPG supplement for Pathfinder “Legacy of Mana” as well as the successfully funded and worldwide distributed boardgames “Albion’s Legacy” and Deep 5. Thomas is publishing two new boardgames in 2015, The Rangers and Cyberrun. Thomas is expecting his first published story released for the famed Shadowrun universe under Catalyst Games Lab late 2015. As an Intellectual property developer for games and film as well as a professional media editor, Thomas spends his time traveling North America and the world hosting screenings, game design sessions, panels and workshops to creators, filmmakers and fans.

Joanna was born in Victoria, B.C., Canada and trained as an actor at the contemporary East 15 Acting School in London, U.K. She moved to Vancouver in 2008 as a film actor, voiceover artist and writer, and moved into producing as well as performing in the new media industry with the creation of fantasy-comedy web series Standard Action.

Scott C. Brown is a Seattle based film and stage actor. Born in in Chapeau, Quebec, he relocated to the Pacific Northwest at a young age. He received his Bachelor in Sciences in Theatre from Western Oregon State College. While in college he received three Irene Ryan acting nominations. And more recently, in the South Sound region of Washington state, he has garnered 4 Best Dramatic and one Best Comedic Actor awards. Scott C. Brown is most widely known for his film work with the cult hits, “The Gamers: Dorkness Rising”, “The Gamers: Hands of Fate”, and is an original cast member of the ground breaking New Media Webisode series “Journey Quest”. He also appeared in two mini web series “Natural 1” and “Humans & Households” Other favorite projects include “Scrapper” with Michael Beach and “A Bit of Bad Luck” starring Carey Elwes. He has appeared in music videos for Pearl Jam and FUN and loves doing music videos for his favorite bands. In 2013, Scott C. Brown moved into producing, founding a company, Two Bards Productions along with Andy Dopieralski, and they do a weekly podcast called Two Bards, One Mic. He is overjoyed to get working on Natural 20, and reunite with many of the cast and crew from Natural 1!!

Lovina is an artist, actress. and model based in Toronto, ON. Her work is heavily influenced by her favorite sci fi films and comic books. Her goal is to onday upgrade into a cybernetic organism.

Jodre Datu is an actor, known for The Gamers: Natural One (2013) and Mind’s Eye the Series (2010).