Drifted Pictures Presents:


Chris Gibson
Christopher Lee Gibson The Drifter Gibson has over 35 years experience in acting, directing, teaching, and producing theater. He graduated from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (New York) in 1991. Some of his credentials include: Producer of the Orlando International Fringe Festival, Co-Producer at RoHo Theater Company, and Actor at The Orlando Shakespeare Festival, Orlando Rep, Winter Garden's Garden Theatre, and The Zach Scott Theatre (Austin), among many others. Chris is currently on tour with The Intergalactic Nemesis, a Live-Action Graphic Novel, that has played Broadway (The New Victory Theatre); The Kennedy Center; Edinburgh, Scotland (Imaginate Festival); and has been featured on Conan O'Brien and NPR's All Things Considered. Now, Chris has returned to Drifted Pictures to once again step inside the shoes of The Drifter. The Drifter will be Chris' first feature film.
Bruce Jarman
Bruce E. Jarman Steven Jarman Jarman is a commendable actor, fantastic co-worker, and a man of his community. He has prior working experience with Craig Calamis, in his short film What Comes Around, as well as experience in a dozen other roles in both film and theater. These roles include work with Amblin Entertainment, Warner Brothers, the EMM Group.
Amanda Powell
Amanda Powell Layla Amanda is no stranger to TV and film. She was born and raised in NJ and began acting professionally in her teens. She has since appeared in dozens of films, TV shows, as well as national and regional commercials and voice overs. She is currently shooting the feature film Dolphin Tale 2 here in FL. She is thrilled to be a part of The Drifter and to have had the opportunity to work with our passionate and accomplished director, talented cast and crew.
Fred Lasday
Fred Lasday Reni Fred is a veteran of more than twenty-five theatrical productions in the Tampa Bay area, as well as a half a dozen independent films. He can also be seen in the upcoming National Geographic television production “Evacuation Earth.” He is extremely excited to be part of a very talented cast and crew of The Drifter.
Enrico Marcellino
Enrico Marcellino Devin Enrico's acting career began on the stage in 1992, but quickly transitioned to the screen. He has been featured in several TV commercials, feature films, and stage plays. Enrico became the owner of a production company in 2009, expanding his knowledge of the industry to behind the camera. He has also appeared in 2 other Drifted Pictures, A Morbid Prayer and The Drifter short film.
Danielle Alagna
Danielle Alagna Lisa Danielle Alagna was born and raised on the west coast of Florida and has been acting for over 10 years. After graduating from Florida State with a BA in Theater, she went on tour with Eckerd Theater Company, then moved to Central Florida to pursue her TV and film career. She has worked on several commercials and independent film projects, including The Tailor's Apprentice and Validation Theory. She was also fortunate to have a recurring role on MTV's series The Inbetweeners. She is thrilled to be a part of The Drifter, and had a great experience working on set with such a talented cast and crew.
Corey Calamis
Corey Calamis Timothy Calamis has been around film and acting since the age of 9. He was there from the very beginning and partly responsible for the groundwork of “The Drifter.” He grew up very close to his brother Craig Calamis and best friend Danny Bellini. When his young team of filmmakers needed their first camera, Corey provided them with his first Hi-8 camcorder. Since then, he has remained and integral role in the films made at Drifted Pictures. In recent years, Corey has branched out on his own to pursue a career in acting. He has been in 4 short films, has received training from John Robert Powers and Storms’ Acting Studio, and has a versatile knowledge of filmmaking. Corey also has strong passions for guitar, culinary arts and woodworking.
Jack McAllister
Jack McAllister Marcus Jack McAllister (SAG-AFTRA), who attended the Nationally acclaimed Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts, has been acting since the 6th grade. He has appeared on stage, in numerous lead roles including Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, The Man Who Came to Dinner, Annie, The Palm Beach Follies and more. Jack made his TV/Film debut in the Discovery Channel feature Killer Sharks: The Attacks of Black December and has several commercial credits. He has directed and stage-managed theatre productions in Palm Beach and on Nantucket where he appeared as the male romantic lead in the 2012 silent film Mary and the Silent Movie. Most recently Jack was cast in the lead role and filmed the trailer for the feature film Nantucket Sounds. Jack is thrilled to be a member of the very talented Drifter cast and to have the opportunity to work with director Craig Calamis.
Lee Karlinsky
Lee Karlinsky Dustin Lee is an active and talented sixth grader from Lake Mary, Florida. He began his acting career at the age of seven, when he appeared as Charlie Bucket in The Master Class Academy’s production of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Since then, Lee has been seen in many of The Orlando Repertory Theatre’s Seasons productions, as well as several local and national commercials. In November, Lee will be filming in Clearwater, Florida, playing the role of Troy in Dophin Tale 2! Lee is very excited to be making his film debut in The Drifter, and is so grateful to the entire cast and crew for such a fantastic experience.
Jayvo Scott
Jayvo Scott Waynegrove Jayvo has been training and working as an actor since the age of 3. Having a foundation in traditional and musical theater, he broke into the film and television market 2 years ago with appearances in numerous independent films and television shows. Also, he has earned his SAG eligibility on the FOX series "The Finder" in 2011. Jayvo continues to build his resume by working on independent feature films and shorts alike. Directing and writing are also a large part of his career, as he has just finished filming his first short film. This short was written by, directed by and starring Jayvo. Always active in the industry, Jayvo consistently finds new ways to be a part of filmmaking in any way possible.
Melissa Eaton
Melissa Eaton Lauren Melissa Eaton, 24, has been professionally modeling for ten years and trained in acting since the age of 16. In 2003, she was invited to model in NYC and abroad in Milan, IT. Here she booked her first TV commercial, for a water product by the international brand Dannon. In Miami in 2004, she played a virgin angel for the docudrama, The Hamburg Cell by Antonia Bird. In 2006, she took a break from the industry and earned her BS Degree in Interior Design from FSU, graduating with honors, Magna cum Laude in 2010. Shortly thereafter, her acting opportunities greatly increased Summer 2011 when she booked her first speaking role on the hit shows, The Glades, and Burn Notice. Since then, she has starred in a local TV commercial in Philadelphia, PA as a spokesperson for a car dealership. She is thankful for all the life experiences she's been blessed with, and to all of those who've given her these amazing opportunities along the way.
Savino Bellini
Savino Bellini Savino is a member in good standing of Actor’s Equity Association USA, the professional union of Actors and Stage managers and has been working professionally for over 25 years. Savino is a skilled improvisational performer spending more than a decade learning to work intimately with his audiences at Walt Disney World, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, EPCOT, Universal Studios, Universal’s Islands of Adventure and even opening the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. He’s been seen in many Television and Film Projects but he is most well known for creating the role of Chien Po in the film Disney’s Mulan.