Rick Staropoli as Indiana Jones

Rick is thankful to his good friend B. Anthony Gibson for once again giving him the chance to play Indy. Anthony gave him his start in film several years ago, when Rick starred as Lonny in the online series The Underworld. It’s been a treasured partnership. Rick has appeared on stage and in film in Rochester through Geva Theater, Rochester Community Players, Meow Cat Productions, EstroFest, Penfield Players, LIA Productions, Limelight Productions, Bread & Water Theatre, and several RIT student productions. He’s also appeared in many commercials, training videos and industrial videos. Nowadays, he’s further developing his voiceover career, working out of his home studio. He recently completed his second audiobook. But much of his time still goes into film production. He has produced several short films (including yet another partnership with Gibson). His first feature film as producer, Second-Story Man, is now enjoying success on the domestic and international film festival circuit.



Mary Tiballi as Carolyn Findley

Mary makes her film debut in Indiana Jones and the Legend of Bimini. Favorite Rochester stage credits include Roberta in Debbie Does Dallas: The Musical (Blackfriars Theatre), Tzeitel in Fiddler on the Roof (JCC Centerstage), The Baker’s Wife in Into The Woods, and Brooke Ashton in Noises Off (both at Nazareth College). A 4-time KCACTF Irene Ryan Acting Competition nominee, Mary is a proud graduate of Nazareth College’s theatre program, where she specialized in performance, costume and prop design, and backstage hijinks. After working for The Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre and The Philadelphia Orchestra Association, she is thrilled to have recently returned to Rochester to assume the role of Development Manager at Geva Theatre Center.



Jim Valone as Dr. Arthur Findley

Jim has been performing in the Rochester area for the past eight years. He has worked for GEVA, Shakespeare in Delaware Park, Blackfriars, and several of the local community theatre groups, including Method Machine and Rochester Community Players. He has also performed for various theatre companies across the country, including the Colorado Shakespeare Festival, Black Hills Passion Play, and Bunbury Theatre in Louisville, Kentucky. In addition, Jim has done film and commercial work locally for Time Warner, Dinamic Advertising, Discreet Charm Productions, A.R.T.I.C. Productions, as well as R.I.T. student films. While living in Kentucky he filmed a number of commercials and educational videos for Duckworks, Inc. A native of Rochester, he has recently returned to his home town after a career in teaching Philosophy as well as working on and off stage in theatre, including as Scholar in Residence in the Literary Department of Actors Theatre of Louisville.



Christopher Woods Marlin as Roland McDuffy

Christopher is having too much fun reprising his role from Indiana Jones and the Secret of the Apalachee and is grateful to have been made a part of these films. This is his third character for B. Anthony Gibson having played two roles in the Underworld series both were heavies of a sort but you can quote Chris as saying “I will bad guy my way all the way to the bank and it won’t bother me a bit”. There is always a need for someone who can play a good “bad guy”. That being said Chris does hope to play a tough (maybe a little dark) good guy sometime. Other film work includes many RIT films, Header and Community Service which is screening later this year. Till recent years Chris has mostly been (and remains) a stage actor and has worked for Blackfriars, Penfield Players, Rochester Community Players, Black Sheep Theater, JCC, GRRC and took all his acting classes at Shipping Dock Theater. Another quote: “Making a living as an actor is the Oscar. A moment at the podium is but extra gravy for the few”. From that perspective Christopher hopes everyone involved in this film has their own Oscar someday.



Danny Hoskins as Rodrigo

Danny Hoskins is an actor, director, teacher and playwright, originally from the Rochester area, who has been working nationally and internationally for the past 15 years. He has served as Interim Director of Theatre at Elmira College, taught acting and voice at the University of South Carolina, developed and directed original works for young actors at the Alliance Theatre Company, and co-founded the South Carolina-based company, Pineapple Productions. Mr. Hoskins is in his fourth year with SUNY Brockport and University of Rochester as an adjunct professor of theatre. He has toured nationally with his one-man adaptation of Hamlet and internationally, through England and Romania, with Pineapple Productions’ Moose Mating. His acting credits include: Death by Joyce, Hartford Stage Company; Crimes of the Heart, A Christmas Carol and Shakespeare’s R & J, The Alliance Theatre Company; King Lear and Hay Fever, Theatre South Carolina and Little Shop of Horrors, St. Croix Festival Theatre. His directing credits include: Take Me Out, The Pillowman, Crimes of the Heartand Misery, Blackfriars Theatre; Speed the Plow, The Producers, JCC CenteStage and Children of Eden for Elmira College. His adaptation of Dracula with PUSH Physical Theatre premiered at Geva Theatre Center in October 2009 and is a co-star in the film, Second-Story Man which played in the 360/365 George Eastman House Film Festival in 2011. Mr. Hoskins holds an MFA from the University of South Carolina.



Dean Amsler as Jimmy Styles



Kevin Sweeney as Colonel Goebels

Kevin’s first acting experience was as an evil B.I.M. Stormtrooper in the 1980 cult rock musical The Apple from Cannon Films. Since that odd introduction, he has performed with various acting and production companies in the U.S. and in Europe. On film, Kevin has most recently been seen Neal Dhand‘s Second Story Man and as Roger in A Short History. Some of his favorite stage roles include Ralph in Frozen, Easau Mercer in Soldier’s Heart for Shipping Dock Theatre; multiple dark roles in Method Machine‘s production of Something Cloudy, Something Clear; and George in Jeffrey Hatcher’s Mercy of a Storm at Bristol Valley Theatre. Kevin appeared in The Formula, and several WWII movies filmed in West Berlin during the late seventies. He studied with various acting and voice instructors including Chuck Jones, Leslie Malton, and George Morrison. He greatly appreciates the opportunity to portray another warm humanitarian, Gestapo Colonel Goebels in this great film.



Marlo DiCrasto as Dottie McLeary

Film credits for Marlo include Neal Dhand’s short film Damaged, Agency 3’s full feature Getting Personal and the blockbuster film Mona Lisa Smile starring Julia Roberts. She can also be seen in an episode of Law & Order Criminal Intent as well as national and local commercials. Marlo has extensive stage credits including Wild Party (Lippa) and Crimes of the Heart at Rochester’s Blackfriars Theatre in addition to a handful of other musicals including Into the Woods, Little Shop of Horrors, Steel Pier, Footloose and many more. Marlo is a graduate of the acting conservatory at T. Schreiber Studios (NYC) and has studied comedy improv at The Peoples Improv Theatre (The PIT) in NYC. In her spare time she brokers insurance for companies and hangs out with her husband and her dog in Pittsford, NY.