Ruth Martin plays FBI Agent Kuharik in the film, DETOUR. Ruth has worked primarily on stage for twenty years. She has performed in theaters throughout the country most notably on Broadway. A recipient of several TANYS (Theater Association of New York State) awards for excellence in acting, Ruth divides her time between her home in Niskayuna, New York and her home in Florida where she performs in her own cabaret style show. A professional commercial and narrative voice talent who has voiced characters for animated films, Ruth has been seen in television commercials, dinner theater productions, musicals revues and several independent films. Chosen to be in “Who’s Who in American Women” in 2007, Ruth has served on many theater Boards and is a member of the Actors’ Equity Association.


Nicole was born in New York City. She studied theatre at the University at Albany and landed her first lead role
on the stage in Anton Chekov's 'The Man in a Case'.
Other theatre credits include Shakespeare's 'Measure for Measure', Oedipus' 'Hippolytus', and most recently on New York's Off- Broadway stage, 'Happy Hour'. Nicole was fortunate enough to have worked with Spike Lee in a featured role in the upcoming mini-series 'Mayor of New York'. Some of her television credits include roles in NBC's 30 Rock, HBO's Flight of the Conchords and ABC's Cashmere Mafia. Her film credits include lead roles in over 10 feature films. She currently resides in New York City, where she works as an actress.


Erin makes her film debut in Richardson’s DETOUR. She has been performing lead roles in the Albany Capital District area for the past several years, including Shelby in Steel Magnolias, Grace Farrell in Annie, the second Mrs. de Winter in Rebecca and Rosamunda Dewthistle in Chemical Imbalance. Erin has been seen in numerous commercials and regional industrials. She balances her performing career with her professional life in government relations.



Lezlie Dana lives in Saratoga, New York with her family. She has been performing for over two decades. She has worked in TV, film, and theater. She has performed with the Saratoga Chamber Players and the Saratoga Shakespeare Company. She also performed on stage at Curtain Call, where she played, "M'Lynn" in Steel Magnolias.
Other stage roles include: Lee in "Marvin's Room", Adelaide in "Guys-n-Dolls" and Monica in Menoti's Opera, "The Medium". She continues to do commercials and film, as well as stage performing.


Mick was born in Yoskosuka, Japan. He currently
resides in Woodstock , New York. Mick is a gifted
actor and filmmaker. He recently relocated to New York from California, where he worked as an actor and stunt coordinator. He has also directed, produced and written his own films.
He has appeared in numerous films including:
"The Darwin Awards" and is currently in production
with the film, "Untitled Beatle Boys Project". He has also worked as a stunt coordinator on various films to
include: "Wilderness Survival for Girls", and "I'll Be There With You".



Richard has been a professional actor for almost 15 years. He is also a writer, director and producer. His first short film "The Loop" is currently in post production. Richard is a theatre veteran with credits such as Take Me Out and M. Butterfly at Capital Repertory Theatre. Also Tuesdays With Morrie and The Memory of Water. Film credits include acting opposite Academy Award Nominee Melissa Leo in Stephanie Daley. Cameo appearances in The Producers, Stepford Wives, Sex In The City and The Sopranos (as Phil leotardo Jr.). Richard was also the star of The Last Round, acting opposite William B. Davis from The X-Files).
Richard currently divides his time between his home in Albany and NYC.



Mike worked in law enforcement, before becoming a working actor. He has appeared in a multitude of stage performances to include: "A Raisin In The Sun" with Capital Repertory Theater in Albany, NY, and "Dial M For Murder" at Curtain Call Theater, to name a few. He has also played a variety of roles in film, as
well. He played Ned Lannister in "The Last Round", and James Early in the film production of "The Valley of The Dead Oaks". He has 30 years of law enforcement training and also worked as a former College Football Coach.



Mary Darcy is an award winning producer, writer, actor and radio host.
She's performed at both Symphony Space and Capital Repertory Theater and
for eight years she wrote, produced and hosted the nationally syndicated public radio program "51%."
Mary is the recipient of two Gracie Allen awards for Herstory, a public radio series about great women in science, hosted by Star Trek's Kate Mulgrew.
Her documentary "No Ordinary Lives" earned her a NY State Broadcasters award. She is one of the founders and editors of the website


Jan Krammen Rita was born to an American mother and a British father in Montreal, Canada. Her mother returned to the United States with Rita when she was five years old. She grew up in Schenectady, NY and became involved in the theatre while in college.
After graduation, Rita spent the next 10 years with her father and family in London. She returned to the US and began acting in various community theatres in New York's Capital District Region. Rita is also a founding member of Confetti Stage and has worked with various companies in the Albany, New York area. She maintains a residence in the Capital District where she hopes to continue with her passion for acting.



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