Stephanie Danler

Stephanie Danler is the author of the internationally best-selling novel Sweetbitter. She is currently based in Los Angeles, California, and at work on a book of non-fiction.

Evan Jonigkeit

Evan Jonigkeit’s numerous film and television appearances include “Broad City,” “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” “Frontier,” “Girls,” “Easy,” X-Men: Days of Future Past, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot and Talulah. He was nominated for an Emmy Award in producing for “Stand For Rights,” a benefit for the ACLU. He was also part of the producing teams for the 2017 ESPY awards and forthcoming film, Kate Can’t Swim. He most recently concluded executive producing “Fabled” with Refinery 29, an anthology series, on which he also writes and acts.

Ella Purnell

Ella Purnell is one to watch as a rising British actress with a diverse collection of roles highlighted across film, television and theatre. Purnell starred in director Tim Burton’s visually fantastical 2016 adaptation of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children with a leading breakout role as “Emma” opposite Eva Green and Asa Butterfield. Her other film credits include Fox Searchlight’s Never Let Me Go, Universal’s Kick-Ass 2 and Disney’s Maleficent, as well as roles in independent films such as Churchill with Brian Cox and John Slattery, The Journey Is the Destination with Maria Bello Read More

and Intruders with Clive Owen and Daniel Brühl. On stage, Purnell recently led a performance in “Natives” an original play by Glenn Waldron about teenagers coming-of-age in the digital world, directed by Rob Drummer at the Southwark Playhouse in London. Purnell will soon be seen next year in BBC One’s three-part adaptation of Agatha Christie’s novel, “Ordeal by Innocence” directed by Sandra Goldbacher and starring alongside Bill Nighy.

Eden Epstein

Eden Epstein was born and raised in Santa Monica, California, where she trained and performed in over one hundred performances from childhood into adolescence to become a professional ballet dancer. When Epstein sustained an injury that required surgery, she began to act. Epstein attended New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study and upon graduating, immediately booked her first feature film, Blind, directed by Michael Mailer and starring opposite Alec Baldwin and Demi Moore. Epstein is also a theater actress, and has performed at various theaters ranging from The Signature Theater to The Metropolitan Playhouse. She is represented by Authentic Talent & Literary Management, Stewart Talent, and Jackoway Tyerman Wertheimer Austen Mandelbaum Morris & Klein.