Cast of Love Thy Neighbor
Slade acted in his first comercial when he was only 6 years old and that's the moment he decided what he would do with his life. Ever since then he has been working steadily in film, comercial, and television. Originally from Arizona he has been living part time in LA since he was six. At this young age he convinced his mother to take him out to pursue acting. The trip was originally supposed to be a one time trip but it has been 10 years now. He has worked on movies such as, "Yours, Mine, and Ours" and "Airbuddies." He was a series regular on "October Road" and has guest stared on many shows like "Criminal Minds," "Ghost Whisperer," "House," "Touch "and others. He currently resides in Los Angeles.
Trainor's works in film include Skeeter in 1993 with John Putch and TOS actors Charles Napier, Michael J. Pollard and Jay Robinson; and the 1997 film Conspiracy Theory with Patrick Stewart, Michael Shamus Wiles and Brian J. Williams.
She has appeared in many television shows including Star Trek: The Next Generation as Lieutenant junior grade Linda Larson in "The Nth Degree"; a 1996 episode of Sliders with John Rhys-Davies, Francis Guinan and Max Grodénchik; and a 2001 episode of The X-Files with Steven Anderson. Trainor stars also in the 2010 Horror film Prowl alongside Bruce Payne. She is currently filming "Sand Castles: A Story of Family and Tragedy" 2013.
An accomplished actor, singer and model, Brandon Jones has over two
decades of experience in theater and film that range from appearances
on "Promiseland" and the horror film "Bats". A graduate of the Meisner
acting work, at the Joanne Baron D.W. Brown School in Santa Monica
California, Brandon has appeared in independents, shorts and
commercials. As a singer Brandon trained with legendary vocal coach
and trainer Andy Anselmo in New York City who has coached such greats
as Liza Minnelli and Tony Curtis. Currently Brandon resides in Los
Angeles California and is working on roles in theater and film.
Jaclyn Ferber was born in London, England and raised in Houston, TX.
She holds a BBA w/fashion concentration from Parsons School of Design
in NYC and trained at The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute
while attending Parsons. She has appeared in several independent films
such as 'Para-Normal', 'On Second Thought' which won a Bronze Remi in
romantic comedy at the 41st WorldFest Houston International Film
Festival, and 'Suspension of Disbelief'. Her career also includes
several TV appearances, commercial work for companies such as
Vodafone, and a lifelong background in dance performance including
training at Steps in NYC. Jaclyn has trained in LA with Lesly Kahn,
Stan Kirsch, and currently with Nikolai Gusov. In addition to acting
she also owns a nail polish company called tenoverten which launched
this past year. Her passion is to make films that evoke thought and
give insight into characters and relationships that are not always
Harold Berger was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA – the second of four children. He graduated from Los Angeles City College and went on to serve his country in the U.S. Army during the occupation of post-World War II Germany. Harold spent more than three decades as an internal auditor for a major bank before entering retirement. Harold and his wife had no children of their own, but had a great love and concern for children. For more than 20 years, Harold and Mary volunteered several times a week at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. In addition to his volunteer work with Children’s Hospital, Harold has also volunteered a great deal of time to his synagogue by serving as a coordinator for the men’s group, senior group and weekly bingo. For over 50 years, Harold was a “fixture” around his neighborhood where he would greet and chat with his friends and neighbors as they went about their daily activities. Harold was also the neighborhood “watchdog” over the years, which ironically led to his role in this film. Harold now resides in the south bay area with his family. This is Harold’s first experience in entertainment and film.
Junior studied extensively for this role. We interviewed over 100 dogs but he just had something special. June Bug attributes this to his deep sensory work.