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Giorgia Whigham is an American actress, known for her portrayal of Kat in the Netflix Original series 13 Reasons Why and Beth in the upcoming third season of MTV's Scream.

Whigham was born in New York City, New York. She had her first break in the acting world starring alongside Ellery Sprayberry in the 2016 short film Pinky. Following on from her acting debut, she won roles on a variety of TV shows including Shameless, Son of Zorn, 13 Reasons Why and The Orville.

In 2017, she co-starred in the film Saving Zoë which is an adaptation to Alyson Noël's bestselling young adult novel of the same title, alongside starring sisters and actresses, Laura and Vanessa Marano. On September 13, 2017, it was announced that Whigham will join as a series regular in the third season of the MTV slasher television series Scream. She will star in the role of Beth.

On February 26, 2018, it was announced that Whigham will join as a series regular in the second season of Netflix's The Punisher.


Inspired by his father's courage to flee communist Hungary in search of a better life in America, David Meza learned at an early age to chase after his dreams as fast he could because with the right amount of talent, effort and luck, one day he just might catch them.


Raised in the suburbs of Hollywood with movie star good looks and a boyish charm, David's dreams naturally led him to seek a career in acting, and he began studying the craft with a focus on The Meisner technique. With an extraordinary work ethic, Meza's skills developed quickly and he soon found a home at LaValle's Actor's Workshop, training with renowned acting coach Dennis LaValle.


Now a highly skilled actor, David was cast in multiple independent features and short films, including The Hardest Thing (2017), and In Echo Park (2018). Meza's unique talents caught the eye of producers at The Hallmark Channel, and he was asked to join the cast in three films made for television, The Wrong Roommate (2016), A Royal Christmas Ball (2017), and My Christmas Grandpa (2017). Most recently, David was cast for the role of James in the much anticipated web series, Cupid's Match (2018), and a futuristic drama, Bolero (2019).

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Susan Hanfield is a classically trained actor and audiobook narrator. She comes from a strong theatre background and loves to bring deep characterizations to all of her work. 


In film news - Je Suis - a powerfully relevant film in which Susan plays Charlie, a busy CEO of an ad agency, won Best Short Film at the Miami Film Festival! Je Suis is currently on the festival circuit, screening around the globe at festivals in Greece, Italy, Calcutta, Canada, and all across the US.

As an audiobook narrator, Susan is honored to be a three-time Audie Award Finalist and a Voice Arts Awards Nominee. Most recently, Susan was nominated in 2017 for an Audie Award in the YA Category for The Game of Love and Death written by Martha Brockenbrough and published by Scholastic Audio.

On stage, Susan is currently in rehearsal for the new play Three Elizabeths, written & directed by Tony Award nominated director and choreographer, Tony Tanner. Susan will be playing Queen Elizabeth, I. For more info, please visit