Maggie Baird, (Laura) began her theatrical career in NYC performing on and Off Broadway and in theatres around the country. After moving to Los Angeles she became a company member of The Groundlings where she wrote and performed for many years, while working extensively in Television and Film on such productions as The X Files, Chicago Hope, Six Feet Under, Manic, and countless others. She is also known for her work as a voice over artist both as a looper and in commercials, animation and video games, most prominently as Samara in the Mass Effect series. As a singer/songwriter, she has released two CD’s and performs her original music in clubs around Los Angeles.

Finneas O’Connell, (Shane) is an actor and musician. Recently, Finneas joined the cast of Glee as Alistair, for the final several episodes of the series. He is known for his portrayal of the character Spencer (Twilight) in Columbia Pictures’ Bad Teacher starring Cameron Diaz, has a recurring role on ABC’s Modern Family and appears in the premiere episode of the NBC drama Aquarius. Finneas began writing songs at the age of 12. He is the front man and lead singer/songwriter of the band, The Slightly’s, whose song, “Is There Anybody There” appeared in an episode of ABC Family’s Switched at Birth. The band has won numerous awards and competitions in the Los Angeles area. They are currently recording their first full length album.

Lori Nasso, (Lydia) started her career performing on the Second City Toronto Mainstage and from there was picked up to be a writer for Saturday Night Live where she worked for four seasons. After that Lori moved to Los Angeles and continued her career as a television writer/producer for such shows as Oxygenís Ripe Tomatoes, and the CW’s Hype. She then started a family during which time she worked in the animation world, voicing characters on King of the Hill, The Goode Family and the current revival of Beavis and Butthead. Lori has just completed a job as Head Writer and featured actress on a new show for Nickelodeon entitled Parental Discretion.

William Dennis Hunt, (Bill) is well known for his role as Emperor Wang the Perverted in Flesh Gordon and Flesh Gordon Meets the Cosmic Cheerleaders. Television credits include: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, L.A. Law, Wings, Babylon, Frasier, Seven Days, and Alias. He also had a recurring role as "Judge Edgar Byrnes" on NYPD Blue. His film credits include: Critters 3, Peephole, Chaplin, Lightning in a Bottle, Dr. Giggles, and Dragonfly.

David Cowgill, (Mike) is an American character actor and voice over artist originally from Texas. He played Cliff on the Young and The Restless for 4 years and was the voice of Slammin' Sammy on Friday Night Lights for 5 seasons. He was a series regular in Sordid Lives The Series and can be seen in the Hit Indie Films, "Route 30" and "Route 30 Too!" When filming begins in the Spring of 2014, he will reprise his role of Tork in part 3 of that trilogy.

Emma Bell, (Keira) is best known to audiences as Amy in The Walking Dead and currently as Emma Brown on Dallas . Emma started her stage and film career as a teenager in NYC. After her success in the Indie Film, Death In Love which brought her West to the Sundance Film Festival, she moved to Los angeles where she has played leading roles in the feature films Side Effects, Frozen and Death In Love. Her television appearances have included:  Arrow, CSI Miami, Dollhouse. Midnight Sun and many others. As a singer she frequently performs in LA venues along with her brother singer/songwriter Chase Bell.

Goh Nakamura, (Sam) is a San Francisco Bay Area based musician whose You Tube Videos have reached huge audiences. He stars as himself in the quirky independent films, Surrogate Valentine and Daylight Savings. In addition, Goh has contributed his guitar and vocal work to the Ridley Scott films “A Good Year” and “American Gangster.” His song “Daylight Savings” was chosen to be included on the soundtrack to the Robert Benton film “Feast of Love” starring Morgan Freeman and Greg Kinnear.

Xenia, (Xenia) is an American singer who wowed audiences, coming in second place on Blake Shelton’s team on the first season of The Voice. She released her debut EP Sing You Home on December 20, 2011. She performs her original song, Hiding Places in Life Inside Out.

Yogi Lonich, (Yogi) has played with a diverse and venerable list of musicians. Yogi has been lead guitarist/backup vocalist for rock legend, Chris Cornell, he’s recorded an album with the one and only Yusuf (aka Cat Stevens,) and he’s shared the stage with Prince, Kid Rock, Melissa Etheridge, Natasha Bedingfield, Nikka Costa, Anastacia, Five For Fighting, Bonnie Raitt, Axl Rose, Slash, and Meredith Brooks. Yogi has also written and produced two solo, introspective albums entitled, “Metta” and “Hesitant Poet,” and the hard rock release, “Break The Silence” with the band Run Through The Desert.

Steve McMorran, (Steve) is founder, guitarist and lead singer of the band, Satellite. The band released its critically acclaimed first EP, Ring the Bells in 2010. Satellite recently completed its forthcoming debut album, Calling-Birds, released in February 2013 on Descendant Records/Sony Music Entertainment.

Life Inside Out is a mother’s movie that makes a great Mother’s Day Gift for this Mother’s Day!

A wonderful Mother’s Day Movie to share with your mother this Mother’s Day!