Our Actors


The Original Dare Boys


Michael Cassidy was most recently seen in the Hallmark movie Jingle Around The Clock and stars in the upcoming independent film Breaking Fast. Last summer he appeared with Nina Dobrev and Eva Longoria in the feature film Dog Days. He was a series regular on TBS’s alien abduction comedy People of Earth and starred in Mitch Davis’ family indie The Stray. Other film credits include the role of ‘Jimmy Olsen’ in WB’s Batman vs. Superman and the Ben Affleck-directed Argo.

TV credits include a three season run as Tyler on the TBS comedy Men At Work; plus recurring and series regular roles on Smallville, Privileged, and The O.C. as well as appearances on The Guest Book, Statin 19, Masters of Sex, Scandal, Castle and The Magicians. 



Adam is a New York City based performer and choreographer. In 2018 he formed Two Way Radio, a theatrical collaborative, with director Christopher Murrah. Their collaborations include Toe Pick at NYC’s Dixon Place and an historical West Side Story housing both a fully staged production and a 40 piece orchestra on the same stage. He was honored last year by being Broadway Dance Lab’s inaugural “Connect” choreographer and is currently working with filmmaker Kirsten Johnson choreographing her upcoming Netflix produced documentary, Dick Johnson

Favorite performing credits include: Hairspray (Sketch - original Broadway cast), Wicked (Boq – Chicago/Ensemble - Broadway, 1st Nat’l Tour) bare: a pop opera (Lucas, Off-Broadway premier) Film: Dare (Ben) and its sequel, The Dare Project, which premiered last summer at San Francisco’s Frameline42 Festival.



Introducing the New Talent
of the Dare World


Adam Hagenbuch joined the cast of the Netflix hit show Fuller House in Season 2 as Kimmy's younger brother "Jimmy Gibbler." Prior to that he was best known for his role as "Mingo" on the critically acclaimed Freeform series Switched At Birth starring Vanessa Marano, Katie Leclerc, and Constance Marie. He concurrently recurred on two seasons of the NBC sitcom Undateable opposite Chris D'Elia and Bianca Kajlich as well as the FOX series Cooper Barrett’s Guide To Surviving Life as Cooper Barrett's college friend who is up to no good. 

His past credits include Trial & Error, Modern Family, Major Crimes, and Rizzoli & Isles, as well as the Lifetime movies Honeymoon In Hell opposite Cameron Richardson and The Brittany Murphy Story, where he played "Ashton Kutcher."

Adam is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University. While in school he shot a supporting role in The Perks Of Being A Wallflower opposite Logan Lerman and Emma Watson.




Rachele is Chicago born, California raised and began acting her formal training at the age of 16, attending RADA in London. She went on to receive her major in Drama at UC Irvine, and completed New York’s UCB program.

She may be seen on Marvel’s Legion (FX), as Juliette Lionne on Days of Our Lives (NBC), and in the Dwayne Johnson project Bro Science Life.

During her time in New York, she also had a career as an international fashion model living and working between New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Milan, Tokyo, Athens, and Canada — appearing in both American and international publications of Vogue, Elle, Glamour, Marie Claire, Instyle, Cosmopolitan, and Women’s Health. 



Originally from the San Francisco Bay area, West Liang is a Los Angeles-based actor, writer and director, working in theatre, film and television. His work has been featured in Queen of the South (USA), Atypical (Netflix), Deadwax (AMC/Shudder), Illang: Wolf Brigade (Netflix), Ten Days in the Valley (ABC), Rebel (BET), Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (CW), Mistresses (ABC), Stitchers (ABC), False Witness (Sony), Crossing Over (Weinstein Co.) and more.

In 2015, he wrote, produced, and directed All I Want, a feature narrative film exploring the anxiety of modern love and life in a big city, now available on Amazon.

West currently resides in Los Angeles, happily and luckily surrounded by loving family and loyal friends.




Being born into a military family Justin has been immersed in culture and travel his entire life. He made his stage debut at age 10 while studying under professionals at The Springer Opera House in historic Columbus, GA.

With a strong theater background, he has been able to translate his craft into television and film as a budding indie actor.

His work includes various roles on cable and network television shows such as Glee, Secrets and Lies, Castle, and The Hard Times of RJ Berger, as well as working with great film directors such as Adam Salky, Brian Baugh, Nadeem Soumah, Brad T. Gottfred, and many more.

As a young adult, he was a youth arts ambassador using his skills and training in theater, music, and creative writing to reach out to students in the community, helping create a voice for the youth through the arts, and continues to do so with his work at the Luckman Fine Arts Complex at Cal State LA. 

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