Rhonda is , like, TOTALLY about this new method she discovered to combat zombie stink. Its like, so EPIC, she just can’t contain herself, lol!!! Rhonda grew up in New Jersey where she lived with her five brothers and sisters. From DAY ONE, she knew she was gonna be a hair stylist, right after she saw Peg in “Married with Children” at the age of 5. Peg SO INSPIRED her, that she took iced tea and tried to color her brown locks red. Needless to say that didn’t quite work, and it made a bit of a mess, so her mother took her to a hair salon and showed her how it was done. BINGO!!! A stylist is born!!! Rhonda enjoys Oprah Winfrey, The Nanny*Fran Dresher is such a SCREAM!!!*, LOVES Darkly Dreaming Dexter, and she is so STOKED about her new anti-Zombie stink formula. Love to all! *MWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHH*
Tori Montgomery was born in Baltimore, Maryland, and lived most of her life in Atlanta, Georgia. She studied art and theatre in high school and went on to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in Studio Art. After working professionally as a graphic designer and web designer, she decided to pursue acting full time. Tori has over 20 stage credits including “Wind In The Willows”, “A Christmas Carol”, “The Importance of Being Earnest”, “Diary of Anne Frank”, the Southeast regional premiere of Eric Coble’s “The Dead Guy”–about a twisted reality show where the “star” has to die after one week–and the world premiere of “Crimes Against Humanity” written by Michael Henry Harris, produced by InVioletRep, and directed by David Klein. Film credits include “Catania!”, produced by Laughing Cow Productions, “Life With Hope”, by McNeill Productions, “Zombie Socks”, directed by Elizabeth Stacy, “Sinister Visions: Mother Knows Best” directed by Kim Sonderholm, and “No Time At All” by Bankston Productions. She has studied acting with The Company Acting Studio, Robert Mello Studio and Pralgo’s Acting Class.