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Ben Rauch

Ben Rauch is an actor/singer/composer/musician/dancer, who recently appeared in the film Jersey Boys, directed by Clint Eastwood, as the pianist/singer for the Four Seasons. He is slated to appear in an upcoming episode of Girls on HBO and was seen in The Bronze which was the official opening night selection at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. Television credits include a recurring role on Gossip Girl, ED, and Strangers with Candy among others. His additional film work includes Tenderness (with Russell Crowe) and Best Laid Plans. His work on stage includes: A Few Good Men (with Lou Diamond Phillips), People Are Living There (Signature Theatre), Lost in Yonkers (Theatre Virginia), Miklat (Florida Stage), The Unexpected Guest, The Sunshine Boys, Spring Awakening (Broadway Workshop), Ludlow Ladd (Tada), Starmites, The Gifts of the Magi, Mental: The Musical (Cherry Lane), Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs (Papermill), Jack and the Beanstalk (Symphony Space). Ben partnered with The NJ Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund to release, At The Water's Edge, a fundraising music video for victims of Hurricane Sandy. The 2013 USA Songwriting Competition honored his song, "I Love Asian Girls" in their top 10 Comedy/Novelty category. Ben has also headlined at the NY Funny Song Festival for the last two years. www.benrauchsite.com

Cali Elizabeth Moore

Cali Elizabeth Moore is thrilled to be a part of SINGLE ROOM OCCUPANCY! This is her 3rd Fringe show and she is a true fan of the festival! Cali started acting at the age of 5. Her mother, a casting director in Nashville TN, supported her love for the arts and encouraged her to pursue it. She booked her first national commercial at age 8 and bought herself a water bed! (It was the 90s!) Cali went on to work in film, tv, voice over, video games, and theatre. Favorite roles include: NBC's 30 Rock (Vanessa), Off Broadway's The Bardy Bunch (originated the role of Marcia), Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey), Smokey Joe's Café (Pattie), How To Succeed…(Hedy LaRue, Winner of Knot Award for Best Supporting Actress), and Funked Up Fairytales (Originated role of Titania. Directed by Jerry Dixon) Currently, Cali can be seen in the short films "The Shvitzing" (premiering September 2015) and "Micro" (premiering early 2016). Endless gratitude to God, my wonderful husband, and the fabulous and loving team at CLA.

Jay Paranada

Jay Paranada is a Seattle born, New York City based performer. Single Room Occupancy is his FringeNYC debut, and couldn't be more thrilled to be working alongside such a great team. Thanks to Ben, Joey, et al. for everything! New York credits include: Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (Van Buren, Piper Theatre), Guys & Dolls (Nicely, Genesis Rep), Merrily We Roll Along (Scotty, Astoria Performing Arts Center), Thoroughly Modern Millie (Bun Foo, Gallery Players), By The Numbers (Prospect Theater Company), Suites By Sondheim (Lincoln Center: Alice Tully Hall), Dig a Little Deeper (BMI/Arc Stages), Musicals Tonight!, NYMF, Midtown International Theatre Festival, The Araca Project, Emerging Artists Theatre, Musical Theatre Factory. Select regional credits include: Miss Saigon (Engineer, Best Actor BWW Denver Award), Spelling Bee (Chip), Flower Drum Song (Sammy Fong). Upcoming: Into the Woods (Baker) and A Midsummer Night's Dream (Bottom) at Redhouse Arts Center this winter! BA/Sociology (PLU; University of York, UK). Proud member of AEA! As always, for Scott. www.jayparanada.com

Kat Liz Kramer

Kat Liz Kramer was most recently seen on the 20th Anniversary National Tour of Smokey Joes Cafe. Her favorite past credits include Man in the Mirror(world tour) Reno Sweeny in Anything Goes, Bakers Wife in Into the Woods. A world traveled Californian native now embraces the streets of New York City. Her training began with dance at the age of 2. Huntington Academy of Dance, Clifton Dance Project, and the Jimmie DeFore Dance Center help shape her early years. Her first major role was with the San Francisco Ballet in their production of the Nutcracker. She performed the leading role of Clara at the Orange County Performing Arts Center. Along side ballet she found her love for singing and at the tender age of 13 won first place at the NATS vocal competition. She was accepted into the prestigious arts program, the Orange County High School of the Arts, where she majored in voice. Kat joined the Kids Next Door Performing Group opening up for the late great Don Ho's Christmas show in Vegas for two seasons and performing all over LA and Orange County. Upon graduation she moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in mainstream with her own work. In 2012 the singer/songwriter/guitarist released her album, My Wonderland EP. My Wonderland EP" For more info on the artist, www.katlizkramer.com

Lane Kwederis

Lane Kwederis is an actor, writer, and improviser based in NYC. You can see her perform regularly with the house team Characters Welcome at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, Legend at the Magnet Theater, and Title of Team at the PIT. Television credits include 'Broad City' (Comedy Central), The Untitled Aziz Ansari Project (Netflix), and 'Redrum' (Discovery ID). She was the understudy for Baby in the first national tour and original Toronto cast of Dirty Dancing. She has a BFA in musical theatre from The Boston Conservatory. Check out her videos and show schedule at: www.lanekwederis.com

Rory Scholl

Rory Scholl just finished his Off Broadway debut in Abingdon Theaters Mallorca, is on the improv house team Royals every Friday night at the Peoples Improv Theater, producer of the touring improv show ARTPROV, where comedy meets art, and is the lead in Ghostblasters, a musical parody of Ghostbusters debuting Aug 2 at the Peoples improv Theater. He produces a Good Sense of Tumor for NPR's Studio 360 and is the head writer for ABC"S Shark Tanks Mark Cubans, Mark Cuban Show, a contestant on Mark Brunetts Jingles reality show, spokesperson for Cornell University where he performs with Wynton Marsalis at the Lincoln Center,consultant with the Ideation Company Thoughtly Crew, song writer for the Frederator Studios cartoon Bravest Warriors, and teacher and volunteer playwright at Hells Kitchens 52nd Street Project, which helps underprivileged children experience the arts. www.thecreativeoutlets.com

Diane Kaye

Dianne Kaye is a singer/actor/dancer originally from Sydney, Australia. She completed a yearlong Musical Theatre Conservatory program at the New York Film Academy, and earned her B. Education at the University of Sydney. Some of her works include; NYC- On Stage and On Screen, Baggage (NYFA), Australia- Les Miserables (WTC), Hairspray (RMS/CTG), Princess Plum's Prophecy (ATYP) and Forbidden Broadway (CST). She has recently performed as a soloist at the Apollo Theatre in Harlem, and co-wrote, produced and acted in an original Comedy film 'Grasshoppers Don't Fly' (pending release). Dianne is a proud PPCA and Ars Musica Australis Fellow. She is thrilled to be making her Fringe NYC debut in 'Single Room Occupancy', and would like to thank her family, friends, and mentors for their continuous love and support. www.diannekaye.wix.com/diannekaye