..is the story of a man, Ricardo McCafferty, who is shot in the head by a female passenger in his car. He wakes up 4 months later with no memory, and is told that he is a suspect in a serial killer case. The girl who shoots him, and his awkward brother, join in his quest to discover if this just might be true.
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We are fortunate to have found our dream cast!
Joshua is the lead in Fugued Up and brings his amazing, natural talent to the role of Ricardo. Originally from Montana, Joshua is an accomplished actor with many awards under his belt for “Best Actor.” His performance in a stage version of ” Jekyll and Hyde” brought him many thumbs up critic reviews.
Chelsea is an actress and painter, native to the Northend of Boise. Her hobbies include looking at animals to adopt and apartments that allow animals she can adopt. We couldn’t be happier that she opted to play Lynn. The life she’s bringing to the role is felt throughout the entire film.
Chance has a strong commitment to his acting career. As a long-time student of actress/coach April Matson (Kyle XY), Chance has taken over her Platform Acting Courses in Boise, Idaho. Now his great insights into acting are being shared not only in his Fugued Up role of Rob, but with the entire Boise acting community.
Janet has a lengthy resume in film and theater. Her role as Madame Mao in the play of the same name, which she produced, has launched her into a respected reputation throughout the US and Canada. Her smart-ass take on her character Batista in Fugued Up is a performance that will not soon be forgotten.
David H. Stevens
Adam Sandler’s tongue-in-cheek take on David as an actor is ” Yeah, he’s OK.” They actually became close during their work together on Punch Drunk Love and have a great chemistry. David brings nuances to his roles that are matched by few other actors. As soon as he was cast as Easters in Fugued Up, he was involved in the character’s wardrobe and props. He completely immerses himself in his character, and Easters is no exception.