as Jen Hawthorne
as Erik Hawthorne
as Grace Hawthorne
Jane began acting in theatre in local Summer Stock productions as a child in Bucks County, PA. In addition to performing in musicals like 'Into the Woods', and 'Once Upon a Mattress', she also studied improv and performed in an all female improv troupe in Philadelphia called 'Women With Class'.
Jane then studied Acting at the Conservatory of Performing Arts at Point Park University in Pittsburgh. With a passion for both film and stage acting, she moved to Los Angeles soon after graduating. She's continued to study acting in CA, focusing on the Meisner technique.
Some stage credits include 'Proof', 'Down The Road', and 'Savage Love'. She could most recently be seen in the indie feature film 'Something' for which we won the award "Best Leading Actress in a Feature Film" at the Something Wicked Film Fest. She can also recently be seen in the short film 'The Pursuit' and pilot "Yallah Habibi".
Evan Carver began his acting career in Arkansas where he starred in the pilot 'The Recruit'. After doing local theatre shows for several years, he moved to Los Angeles where he began studying commercial technique, improv and a Meisner technique program, until he eventually joined a Master Class. Most recently, Evan's film credits include the short film 'Into The Night' based on a Stephen King short story. He can also be seen in the award winning web-series 'Miss Beverly Hills Ghost', the web-series 'Pre-Production' and the feature film 'Something'.
His theatre credits include the world premier of 'Aftermath', and several found theatre shows with the theatre company Dirty Laundry Collective.
Robin Middleton is an award-winning actress, producer and director. Acting credits include roles in film, television, theatre, and commercials. Representative film and television roles include Boston Legal, The Drew Carey Show, Advice, StigmatZa, All My Children, General Hospital, and three and half years on Guiding Light. Robin traveled to the Wolong Nature Reserve in Sichuan Province, China, to work with the giant pandas and participated in the documentary series Pandemonium for Animal Planet. Stage work includes lead roles in the world premiere productions of the award-winning plays A Heart of Flesh and Catch a Falling Star in Los Angeles, as well as productions in New York and regional theatres. In addition to her dramatic work, Robin has also performed improv at the Comedy Store on the Sunset Strip and was a member of the improv troupe Third Coast Comedy in Dallas. A commercial highlight was performing with Jerry Seinfeld in a Super Bowl ad.
Robin is proud to be a part of There’s No Word for Us.