Cast & CREW


T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh ("Wendy")

Performer, writer, producer, director, and educator, T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh is currently working on her latest projects, The Cool Crystal Show and Cycle of Love. With a strong background in performing since childhood, Keymáh studied theater, dance, voice, and pantomime in high school and earned a Theatre degree from Florida A&M University. After impressing casting directors at an open call for Fox's acclaimed sketch comedy show, In Living Color, she became the only actress to star in all five seasons, showcasing her talent for spot-on impressions and creating memorable characters. Keymáh has also appeared in various television series, including On Our Own, The Show, Waynehead, Cosby, That's So Raven, and There's... Johnny.

Anastasia Washington ("Beth")

Anastasia Washington is an award-winning biracial actress, comedian, podcaster, and filmmaker. She has been featured in Stand Up Festivals such as the Burbank Comedy Festival and Best of Fest at the Electric Comedy Festival. She was also recognized by Elizabeth Banks' Who HAHA. In addition, Washington has released an audiobook titled "You Need to Hear This," available on various platforms. LEARN MORE.

Taylor Lee Marr ("John") 

Originally from Florida, Taylor Lee Marr relocated to Los Angeles after earning a BFA in film. While working in reality TV editing, Marr has pursued his acting career, with a focus on theatrical performances. His stage credits include productions like Much Ado About Nothing, The Tempest, Romeo and Juliet, As You Like It, Hamlet, Macbeth, The Trojan Women, Mom's Dead, Winter Solstice, and Little Women.

Bennie Arthur ("Ben") 

Hailing from Rustburg, Virginia, Bennie Arthur has made notable appearances on Comedy Central's Drunk History as a regular cast member throughout its six seasons. He was featured on The Ben Show with Ben Hoffman and has lent his voice to Disney Channel's Pickle and Peanut and Dreamworks/Hulu's The Mighty Ones. Combining his love for comedy and horror, Arthur is thrilled to be part of "DeadHead."

Stacy Citron ("Farrah")

With a background in improv and stand-up comedy, Stacy Citron is a seasoned stage performer and singer-songwriter. Bringing together her comedic talent and musical skills, Citron delivers standout performances. In "DeadHead," she showcases her comedic abilities in the role of the lovable character, Farrah.



Virginia "Gina" Powers Hendry, a graduate of the University of Central Florida Film & Digital Media Program, wasted no time chasing her filmmaking dreams in California. With a thirst for creative storytelling, Gina’s female-driven horror and comedy films focus on gutsy women who refuse to take any nonsense lying down, unapologetically drenched in chunky viscera. In her world, the ladies fight back with ferocity, not just the so-called "final girls." Her stories resonate with inclusivity, diversity, and a ferocious desire to entertain. When Gina isn't concocting female-driven narratives that'll make your spine tingle and your sides split, she is a devoted mother to two future "final girls," raising them to be as kick-ass as the heroines she champions on the screen.


Miguel Lima is a graduate of the University of Central Florida. After completing his degree, he received training as an engineer officer and served for five years before pursuing a career in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles. Lima has worked at Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Disney Channel, and most recently at Disney's Imagineering. With a strong passion for diversity and inclusion, he focuses on producing independent shorts with aspiring filmmakers from underrepresented demographics.

Previous work (producer):
I Was a Teenage Pillow Queen (starring Claire Coffee, Josh Pais)
Brooke (starring Kerry Bishé) - Password: morgan

Ben Rock (Producer/Editor)

Ben Rock, a key member of the BLAIR WITCH team, served as the Production Designer and created the iconic "stick man" symbol associated with the film. He directed spinoff documentaries for Showtime and Syfy. Rock's critically acclaimed sci-fi horror film, ALIEN RAIDERS, achieved a 100 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes. With his production company, VISIBLE MAN, he specializes in the intersection of advertising and content creation. Rock directed THE BPRD DECLASSIFIED, a mockumentary promoting Guillermo Del Toro's HELLBOY, and has worked on campaigns for projects like TRUE BLOOD and THE COLONY. He consulted on Stephen King's THE DARK TOWER for Akiva Goldsman and Ron Howard, collaborating with Howard on designing visuals for race sequences in RUSH. Recently, Rock co-created and directed multiple seasons of the award-winning horror/comedy web series 20 SECONDS TO LIVE, along with the acclaimed horror fiction podcast VIDEO PALACE for Shudder and the creature-horror drama CATCHERS for Audible.

Will Barratt (Director of Photography)

Will Barratt is a renowned American cinematographer and producer known for his exceptional work on a wide range of films, including sKill House, Wire Room, Frozen, Hatchet (I, II, III), The Last Movie Star, The Meanest Man in Texas, 32 Weeks, Mothers of the Bride, Spiral, Chillerama, Division III Football Comedy, Digging Up The Marrow, and Stolen From Suburbia. He was honored with the 2017 Jury Class Winner Exceptional Emerging Artist award at the Hollywood Film Festival for his outstanding contribution to The Meanest Man in Texas. Barratt completed the Masters Program at the International Film and Television Workshops. He has received multiple Emmy nominations, including a recent 2023 nomination, and won the 2020 Emmy award for Outstanding Digital Drama. In 2002, he achieved the remarkable feat of winning two Emmy awards, and in 2014, he earned a nomination for the prestigious BloodGuts UK Horror award for Digging Up the Marrow. Barratt's exceptional talent also earned him the Best Cinematography award at the 2015 Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival for his work on the short film Boudoir. Alongside his film projects, Barratt has successfully lensed numerous national commercials for high-profile clients, including Audi, Jeep, Chevrolet, Virgin America, Excedrin, Gillette, Kaboom, OKeeffe's Working Hands, and the NFL Eagles, garnering recognition through several Telly and CAB awards, as well as the 2018 Bronze Clio award.