Kait Schuster is LIZA.

Kait is a Los Angeles-based actress/writer/hyphenate and a graduate of the Conservatory at the Atlantic Theater Company. When not co-creating and rocking it out for OH, LIZA, she’s had the pleasure of working with the amazing folks at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, ESPA: Primary Stages, Crashbox Theater Company, Play on Words, Do it Live (SF) and is an associate artist with Colt Coeur. Kaitlin will be seen in the upcoming films Paper Dreams and Death and Cupcakes. Her previous work on the silver screen has been featured by the Urban Outfitters Blog, IndieWire, Portable.tv, and the International Harlem Film Festival. www.kaitschuster.com

Anne Gottlieb is CELESTE.

Anne is an actor, director, teacher and the founder of FortyMagnolias Productions, which co-produced the world premiere of The Wrestling Patient which she co-createdwith Kirk Lynn and Katie Pearl. She has appeared in numerous productions in New England, most recently with Joanna Merlin in Absence at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre. Other credits include Other Desert Cities at SpeakEasy Stage and Futurity at the A.R.T. She is the recipient of the 2011 Elliot Norton Award and an IRNE award for her performances in In the Next Room (or the Vibrator Play) and Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune. This past fall, she was a featured presenter at TedxYouth@SanDiego’s annual event. 

Vince Bandille is FRANK.

Vince played the title character in Bill Sorice's award winning short film VINNY VINO. He appeared more recently in William Thompson's short A NEW MAN. He's also performed on stage at Theater for The New City as the religiously conservative father who has to deal with his son's coming out to the family, in Gaspare DiBlasi's full length play, 50 THINGS I LOVE ABOUT FRANK

Alex Mickiewicz is BRENDAN.

Alex is a graduate of the William Esper Studio and received his BFA from Boston University.  He's performed in many different shows at venues like the Williamstown Theatre Festival, Medicine Show Theatre, 45th St. Theatre, and Town Hall, to name a few. 

Lily Narbonne is CALLIE.

Lily is tickled to be on the OH, LIZA team! Also w/ Ellie: Be Careful Of Words in NYC; The Girl Problem (Boston Playwrights Theatre); Hedda Gabler, and In the Summer House at the Boston University School of Theatre, where Lily received her BFA in Acting and was awarded the Sir Rex Harrison Scholarship for Emulation of Craftsmanship. New York: Pool Play (This Is Not A Theatre Company), Two Noble KinsmenThe Three MusketeersKing Lear, (Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival), Missionary in Manhattan: A Mormon Musical (TNC's Dream Up Festival), Project Turnpike Staged Readings (HartBeat Ensemble), HotelProjectNYC (Ana Margineanu, Matias Umpierrez). This month Lily became a Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival Teaching Artist, bringing a fearless and confident Acting Shakespeare approach to Tri-State Area schools. Thanks friends and fam! We must never forget "Mud." www.lilynarbonne.com

Brian Vaughan is DAVE.

Brian is a New York City-based actor. He will be making his Off-Broadway debut this summer in Donogoo at the Mint Theater Company. Recent theatre credits include: New York - Pericles (NY Shakespeare Exchange). Regional - A Midsummer Night's Dream (CT Free Shakespeare), Macbeth (Elm Shakespeare Company). Film - The Sonnet Project: Sonnet 51 (NY Shakespeare Exchange). Brian is a graduate of the Boston University School of Theatre.

Whitney Maris Brown is MADDIE.

Whitney is a NYC based-actor/singer. She is a '12 and '13 Williamstown Theatre Festival alum and has most recently played roles in web series and a short, Oh, Baby (not to be confused with the series, OH, LIZA). Whitney is a BFA grad from NYU Tisch School of the Arts. whitneymarisbrown.com

Molly McAdoo is QUINN.

Molly is a NYC-based actor, singer, writer and theatre-maker. She is a proud founding member of the band Miko & the Musket and was last seen on the internet in the first season of Next Time on Lonny. She has performed around this big old world at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, St. Ann's Warehouse, The Sydney Opera House, Joe's Pub, Incubator Arts, The Adelaide Festival, among others, and is thrilled to be part of the OH, LIZA family.

Lindsay Rico is ESTHER.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Lindsay Rico moved to Brooklyn last summer after graduating from Wellesley College (Boston, MA). She feels pretty fortunate to be working with Kaitlin, again, the first experience being on developmental work for Kaitlin's play,Where It Feels, at the Williamstown Theater Festival and Do It Live! Productions (San Francisco, CA). She could not have asked for a better first film experience.