Kim Estes was born and raised in Los Angeles (Jefferson Park/Crenshaw district) and attended college at CSU, Cal Maritime Academy in Vallejo, CA and post-graduate work at the University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business. He joined the US Merchant Marines and the US Navy upon graduation. Kim is a veteran actor on stage as well as TV/Film and has many credits. In 2017, the versatile actor won the Emmy for Best Supporting Actor in a Short Form Comedy for "DICKS."
"When I wrote INIQUITY back in 2013, I thought of Kim Estes for the role of Dr. William Clinkscale. He made the dialogue seem effortless despite all the technical jargon. I hope to work with Kim in a TON of projects. A terrific actor who's also a terrific human being." - Joey Lanai - Director
Caitlin Holcombe is an actor based in Brooklyn, New York. She is a graduate of DePaul University and the William Esper Studio. Caitlin has acted in several independent feature films, including the most recent film “Stoke” produced by Larkin Pictures.
In INIQUITY, Caitlin plays the role of Detective Jane Nalick, a strong woman, desperate for a suspect in a string of serial murders.
“Caitlin absolutely owned this role. She’s got a real dynamic presence on screen. This kind of attractive but tough, isn’t something that comes along very often. She reminds me of when I first saw Sigourney Weaver in Alien. She’s a prepared and studied actor.” - Joey Lanai - Director
John Curley has worked as a Lead or Principle on a dozen TV/Film Productions over the past four years, including.
HBO'S PROJECT GREENLIGHT, along with ROUTINE, which Won Best Action/Sci Fi at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards, and THE CONVICTED, which screened at the world famous Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
Along with INIQUITY, Mr. Curley had a very active 2017, including working on upcoming Films, LIKE BLOOD, BEHIND HER EYES, and TV Shows, UNUSUAL SUSPECTS and MARRIED WITH SECRETS.
In INIQUITY, John is Detective Kyle Hangartner. A veteran detective who’s reluctant to admit that the caliber of murderous criminal they seek is beyond anything they’ve ever faced before.
“I needed a really good actor who could pull off the intrinsic humor and short fuse-defensiveness that the role of Hangartner required. John just made it look easy.” - Joey Lanai, Director
Brittney Bertier is set to originate the role of Norma Jean in Marilyn! The Musical in Las Vegas in 2018, and can be seen in the Netflix original series Atypical. Other recent credits include King of the Road: The Roger Miller Story (Laguna Playhouse) and Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady (Sierra Repertory Theatre). She has appeared Off Broadway and in the National Tour of Seussical. She co-created her comedic web series transpLAnts, and composed the music alongside Grammy award winning producer Ted Perlman. She holds a BFA in Music Theatre from the Hartt School. AEA + SAG @brittneybertier
In INIQUITY, Brittney is Beth Gray, the ambitious Forensic Psychology intern who literally can’t wait to begin her career in law enforcement. With no regard to the rules of her privileged access to patient files, the zealous intern crosses professional lines and risks her budding career in her pursuit to lend detectives an unwanted helping hand.
“I’ve worked with Brittney before. I directed her as a tough, potty mouthed, mob family vixen wearing stiletto heels in PALERMO. So to see her as the studious and vulnerable Beth Gray just makes me smile. One word. Convincing. She’s going to play a country singer in something else I’ve got going but she doesn’t know it yet.” - Joey Lanai, Director
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