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michael cuddire
Michael Cuddire

Michael is a working actor in theater, film, and television. A native of Salisbury, MA, he built strong relationships in the New England theater and film community, and is currently tapping into the NYC market. Notable credits include independent films: "The Moe Roth Adventures" and "Long Distance"; commercials for HGTV, Bose, and Pfizer; and television appearances that include the Discovery Channel and Japanese Television. Michael is currently training with renowned acting teacher William Esper in New York City.


jeremy brothers
Jeremy Brothers

Jeremy is thrilled to have worked on 1918. He is a resident actor at the Improv Asylum, a sketch and improv comedy theatre in Boston's North End. In addition to several mainstage revues he's co-created, Jeremy is also an instructor and director at the Improv Asylum's Training Center. Having been raised in Tewksbury, MA, the former carnation capitol of the world, he was immediately drawn to the script and thanks the entire cast and crew of 1918 for their support.


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Joey Vacchio

A native of Melrose, MA, Joey recently returned to the area from Los Angeles, where he worked on stage, in independent films, and co-starred in an episode of “Boston Public”. He studied Theatre at Salem State College and starred as Joey in “Joey and Maria’s Italian Wedding” in Boston’s Theatre District for several years. Joey has also appeared in several feature films, including “What’s the Worst that Could Happen?”

Mr. Flynn

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John Los

A working actor from the Providence, RI area, John has extensive stage, screen, and TV credits. He was immediately captivated by the wonderful "1918" script and terrific cast and crew. John and his wife, Melody, are currently producing, directing, and acting in the "WHODUNNIT," Southern New England's Murder Mystery Theater, providing the finest in interactive dinner theater entertainment. Film credits include "The Tournament," "The Hill", and "Bobby Loves Mangoes".

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Trooper Kevin Tenney

A native of Massachusetts, Trooper Tenney is part of the Massachusetts State Police, E Troop. This is his acting debut.

New Yorker

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Robert Berlin

Robert is a working actor in New York City. He was featured in the 2003 film "Virgin" starring Robin Wright Penn.
Station Owner

michael mazzeo
Michael Mazzeo

Michael recently completed filming the lead role in the feature film "The Tournament," shot primarily in Providence, RI. He recently completed the film "Searching for Bobby DeNiro", the TV series "Law and Order", and the the stage comedy Pluto Squared (at the Producer's Club in Manhattan). He has extensive film, television, and national commercial experience (including Stacker 2, Red Lobster, and McCain's).

Joe's Son

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Eric L'Italien

This is Eric's first film. He is available for booking through the Boston Agency for Children in Somerville (617-666-0900).

Young Tim

christopher sullivan
Christopher Sullivan

This is Christopher's first film.

Sox Fans

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Jessamy Finet
& Erin Nanstad

Boston-bred Jessamy and Erin were featured in the 2004 documentary "Still We Believe: The Boston Red Sox Movie". Recently, Jessamy played Theresa in the Farrelly's Brothers' "Fever Pitch" (2005).
Wicked Bad Kids
Cameron Burke
Brendan Burke
Flynn Kids
Andrew Burke
Michael Sullivan
Highway Sox Fans
Pete Riso
Jamie Northrup
Stoplight Sox Fans
Angelo Gianakis
Anwar Faisel
Police K9


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1918 - the film
Based on a true story
Written and Directed by Jay Burke

Congratulations 2004 Boston Red Sox - World Series Champions!