Misty holds a BA in Theater Performance from the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film. She's had success as an actress and producer in commercial and film throughout her time in LA. She co-founded Save the Princess Films in 2007.
After graduating with a BA from the Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film, Jordan has worked consistently as an actor ever since moving to LA. Most notably starring in Natureland, which he filmed in Thailand. He is one of the founding members of Save the Princess Films.
After moving to LA from NYC in 2012 Kelli jumped onboard as an Executive Producer on A Very Fairy Country Club. She is currently co-creating the story behind Dakota. In her spare time, she acts as Director of Marketing & Special Events in International Distribution for NBCUniversal.
Based in Los Angeles, McEntee leads the creative development of unscripted programming for digital outlets and television. Before joining Bodega Pictures, Andy served as VP of Development for international television producer Cineflix Productions (Property Brothers (HGTV), American Pickers (History)). He has also worked as a producer on multiple reality series including Extreme Makeover: Home Edition (ABC), The Millionaire Matchmaker (Bravo), Losing It With Jillian Michaels (NBC), and More To Love (Fox).
As one of the founding members of Save the Princess Films, Lola continues to lend her writing and acting abilities to current projects. Her stories and essays have been published by Blumhouse, Doubleday, and The Mary Sue. She has performed with Da Poetry Lounge, Mortified Live! Portland and Mortified Live! LA.
Owning a business in Danny's youth helped him wear the producer hat, working in construction helped him with the art department and G&E hats, and his meticulous attention to detail helped when he put on the editor hat. Ten years working in these departments showed him the director hat fits best because all of his skills are rolled up into one. Danny's made several web series, music videos, films and his children's show “Lishy Lou and Lucky Too” has earned him some accolades. He made 26 heart filled segments for the Emmy award winning show The Friday Zone on PBS, earning three nominations and taking home the award for Best Performer.