Cast / Crew

Lauren Ashley Carter -- Actress

Lauren's been on board with DOSEY from the very beginning, while the script was still sizzling with burning ink, and has been navigating the project with Lukas ever since. Already nearly a veteran in the cultish realm of dark cinema, Lauren has starred in films such as the 2011 Sundance Festival hit, "The Woman," by director Lucky McKee, and the upcoming, wildly anticipated "Jug Face," which won her the best acting award at the Nocturna Festival in Madrid, Spain, and premiers theatrically in the U.S. late summer of 2013. Lauren can also be seen in "Premium Rush," with Joseph Gordon Levitt, "The Prodigies," and "Rising Stars. Lauren's theatrical credits include, Off-Broadway: "Night Sky," "Any Given Monday" (59th e. 59th st.). Regional: Lewis Black's "One Slight Hitch," at the George St. Playhouse in New Brunswick, NJ, which she will be reprising, summer 2013 at the Well Fleet Harbor Theatre in Cape Cod. DOSEY marks Lauren's debut as a producer, and promises to be the start of an amazing career for this outstanding talent.

For more information on Lauren's career, please see www.laurenashleycarter.com and her IMDB page.


John Magaro -- Actor

Mr. Magaro is a New York based actor, with an extensive career in both theatre and film. NY: Tigers Be Still (Roundabout), Lillian Yuralia (LaMaMa E.T.C.). Regional highlights include Orphans (Penguin Rep), Adam Rapp's Gompers (City Theatre), The Grapes of Wrath (The Cleveland Playhouse), Kimberly Akimbo (Pittsburgh Playhouse), The Sunken Living Room (New Theatre/Southern Rep.). Film credits: Not Fade Away, Liberal Arts, My Soul to Take, The Brave One, The Box, Taking Chance, The Life Before Her Eyes, Assassination of a High School President, Kiddie Ride, Deep Powder and the upcoming film Captain Phillips. He has been seen on television in "Law & Order," "Law & Order: SVU," "Body of Proof," "Conviction," and "Person of Interest."

For more information, please see John's IMDB page.


Lukas Persson -- Writer / Producer

Lukas has been writing since he was a fucking bean sprout; starting with short stories, then poetry, he quickly advanced towards the dramatic with his first feature script at a tender age, after seeing the Terry Gilliam film, "The Adventures of Baron Munchausen," which led to an obsession with all things "Monty Python," "Ripping Yarns" and "Faulty Towers." Working on multiple comedy skits and shorts, Lukas started gravitating towards horror, finding the humor much more interesting, when submerged within the macabre. He wrote, directed and cut two short films back to back, "This Girl's Gun" and "The Candy Striper," with the former winning a best actress award for Erin Brown, at the Pollygrind Underground Film Festival in Las Vegas. And still his influences grew and shifted, from the goofy comedies of the 80s, to the over-the-top, Woo-ping style Kung Fu to the sweeping Sergio Leone spaghetti westerns, but it wasn't until his obsession with classic pulp, such as Jim Thompson, Fredric Brown, Dashiell Hammett, and Cornell Woolrich, that he became fascinated with dialog and its rhythm. And thus, all the pieces came together, and DOSEY was born.

For more information on Lukas' career, please see his IMDB page.


Alan Dillingham -- Character / Prodcution Design

Alan Dillingham has over 10 years of professional experience as an illustrator, animator, and designer working for clients such as Fantasy Flight Games, Playmates, Radica, and Mattel. He has worked with Lukas Persson on several short film and internet projects over the years. Currently he is a working full time as a game producer making mobile games for iOS and Android.

For more information on Alan's work, please see www.daubhaus.com.


Hannah Forman -- PR, Marketing and Online Promotion

Hannah Neurotica Forman is creator and editor of the first critically acclaimed feminist horror print publication Ax Wound: Gender & The Horror Genre.  In September 2009 she founded Women in Horror Month (WiHM)- an event that launched after publishing a blog post/ manifesto about the importance of recognizing all the women who love and contribute to the horror genre. It is now an international celebration- winning the 2010 Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Award for Best Fan Event.

For more information on Hannah Neurotica's career, please see www.axwoundzine.com and www.womeninhorrormonth.com.