The New Twenty - A Film by Chris Mason Johnson



Julie Kim

Nicole Bilderback “Julie Kim”

Nicole Bilderback trained at a young age as a dancer and is proficient in jazz, modern, lyrical, ballet, and hip hop techniques as well as kickboxing and various martial arts. She has starred in numerous national commercials and popular television shows including ER, BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER, DAWSON'S CREEK, BOSTON LEGAL, HOUSE, WITHOUT A TRACE, HEROES, COLD CASE, and the Kevin Williamson pilot, HIDDEN PALMS. She has had recurring roles on THE FRESH PRINCE OF BEL AIR, starring Will Smith, and opposite Jessica Alba in DARK ANGEL. Feature film roles include CLUELESS, CAN'T HARDLY WAIT, ALONG FOR THE RIDE, and LEGALLY BLONDE 2, as well as the independent features SEX AND DEATH 101, starring Simon Baker, and THE BOX, starring Gabrielle Union. Nicole is probably best known as the bitchy cheerleader “Whitney” in the blockbuster hit BRING IT ON, starring Kirsten Dunst.

Nicole plays disaffected young investment banker “Julie Kim” in Chris Mason Johnson’s THE NEW TWENTY, for which she won the Best Lead Actress Award at Outfest.
Colin Fickes

Colin Fickes “Ben Barr”

Colin’s film credits include character roles in the Tribeca Film Festival winner ROGER DODGER, in Sundance favorites CHRYSTAL and THE GO-GETTER, and in Outfest favorite SUNNY AND SHARE LOVE YOU. He has also appeared in the Coen Brothers’ THE HUDSUCKER PROXY, CHERRY FALLS, TRANSFORMERS and OVER HER DEAD BODY. Colin’s TV credits include playing Piper Laurie's son in LAW & ORDER: SVU, as well as LAW AND ORDER, DAWSON'S CREEK, WITHOUT A TRACE, BOSTON PUBLIC, and INVASION. He most recently played Jimmy Edwards in the landmark episode of ONE TREE HILL, in which his character holds a school hostage and ultimately takes his own life. Mr. Fickes' stage work includes numerous regional productions on the East Coast, as well as plays in New York, Waterford, CT, and Los Angeles. He is repped by Stone Manners and Management 101.

Colin plays lovable slacker “Ben Barr” in Chris Mason Johnson’s THE NEW TWENTY.
Andrew Wei Lin


Andrew began his theatrical career in Los Angeles where he has performed in a number of classical and modern stage plays: HAMLET (SummerFest), THE TEMPEST (Morgan-Wixon), THE MERCHANT OF VENICE (The Complex), SOLDIER'S DON'T CRY (Whitmore-Lindley), and A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM (Will & Co.). On TV Andrew has appeared on ALIAS and MOONLIGHT. Feature film roles include THINK TANK and the upcoming TEKKEN.

Andrew plays young advertising exec “Tony Kim” in Chris Mason Johnson’s THE NEW TWENTY.
Ryan Locke

Ryan Locke “Andrew Hatch”

Before training as an actor, Ryan Locke enjoyed a successful modeling career with worldwide campaigns for Gucci, Versace, Ralph Lauren, DKNY, Joop, and Michael Korse. As an actor, Ryan first appeared opposite Minnie Driver and Mimi Rogers in the short film, THE UPGRADE. He won the Rising Star Award at the Hampton's International Film Festival for his first feature film role, playing the young James Coburn in AMERICAN GUN. Ryan has since appeared in SUPERCROSS, IN HARMS WAY, THE GINGERDEAD MAN, WHEN TYSON MET TYRA, and AMERICAN BLACK BEAUTY. On TV, Ryan has appeared as a guest star on WANTED, LIFE, CSI: NY, and LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT, on which he played a fictionalized Heath Ledger in a story "ripped from the headlines." He can also be seen opposite Beyoncé in her music video “If I Were a Boy.”

Ryan plays young alpha male investment banker “Andrew Hatch” in Chris Mason Johnson’s THE NEW TWENTY.
Karen Olivo

Karen Olivo “Bethany”

Karen created the role of “Vanessa” in the Tony Award winning musical production of IN THE HEIGHTS, both on and off Broadway, and will next be starring on Broadway in WEST SIDE STORY, in the lead role of “Anita.” Other Broadway credits include RENT and BROOKLYN. TV appearances include LAW & ORDER, LAW & ORDER: SVU, and CONVICTION. Karen has had supporting roles in the feature films ADRIFT IN MANHATAN, SIBLING and TWO LOVERS.

Karen plays sardonic friend “Bethany” in Chris Mason Johnson’s THE NEW TWENTY.
Cordelia Reynolds

Cordelia Reynolds “Lucy”

Cordelia studied theatre at Boston University and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art before arriving in New York City. Her TV credits include RESCUE ME, COLD CASE, and THE BLACK DONNELLYS. Her feature film credits include THE GIRL FROM MONDAY, QUARTER LIFE CRISIS, and GREETINGS FROM THE SHORE. She has appeared in numerous short films, including LOLA and Chris Mason Johnson’s DO YOU LOVE ME? Most recently Cordelia starred in Philippe Martinez’s thriller, THE STEAM EXPERIMENT, with Val Kilmer and Eric Roberts, set for release in May ’09.

Cordelia plays beautiful lost soul “Lucy” in Chris Mason Johnson’s THE NEW TWENTY.
Thomas Sadoski

Thomas Sadoski "Felix Canavan”

A critically acclaimed New York stage actor, Thomas Sadoski is a graduate of Circle In The Square Theater School in New York. On Broadway he has appeared in RECKLESS (Manhattan Theater Club/Second Stage) and will soon star in the Broadway debut of Neil LaBute's REASONS TO BE PRETTY, a role he originated Off-Broadway, where he has also appeared in BECKY SHAW, THIS IS OUR YOUTH, and GEMINI (Second Stage); STAY, WHERE WE'RE BORN (Rattlestick); THE MISTAKES MADELINE MADE (Naked Angels); and JUMP/CUT (The Women's Project), among many others. Thomas’s regional work includes David Sedaris' SANTALAND DIARIES and THE WAVERLY GALLERY (Long Wharf); MOONLIGHT AND MAGNOLIAS (Alliance Theater); LEFT (New York Stage & Film); and STREET SCENE, THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH, HOT L BALTIMORE, RODNEY'S WIFE, and DISSONANCE (Williamstown Theater Festival), among many others. Feature film roles include the lead in Amy Heckerling’s LOSER, and roles in the independent films HAPPY HOUR, COMPANY K and WINTER SOLSTICE. TV appearances include guest roles on UGLY BETTY, AS THE WORLD TURNS, LAW & ORDER, and LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT.

Tommy plays brilliant loner “Felix Canavan” in Chris Mason Johnson’s THE NEW TWENTY.
Bill Sage

Bill Sage “Robert Cameron”

An actor of theatre, film, and television, Bill Sage’s career has mainly consisted of New York independent film. He has worked with Hal Hartley on SIMPLE MEN and FLIRT, with Mary Harron on THE GIRL FROM MONDAY and AMERICAN PSYCHO, and with Michael Mann on THE INSIDER, among many others. Recently, Mr. Sage worked with Greg Araki on MYSTERIOUS SKIN and the upcoming PUSH, with Lee Daniels, to name a few. His recent television appearances include recurring roles on CASHMERE MAFIA, NUMB3RS and THIRD WATCH.

Bill plays shy professor “Robert Cameron” in Chris Mason Johnson’s THE NEW TWENTY.
Terry Serpico

Terry Serpico “Louie Kennick”

Terry Serpico’s current role on the hit TV show, ARMY WIVES, is one of many memorable television appearances he has made throughout his career, including recurring roles on RESCUE ME, CSI MIAMI and LAW & ORDER. Terry has also been in over twenty films. Since his breakthrough role in DONNIE BRASCO, Terry has appeared in hit films alongside well-known actors such as Nicole Kidman in THE INTERPRETER, and Joaquin Phoenix and John Travolta in LADDER 49. He was most recently and memorably in MICHAEL CLAYTON, where he played opposite George Clooney, and in RIGHTEOUS KILL, opposite Robert de Niro and Al Pacino.

Terry plays wily venture capitalist “Louie Kennick” in Chris Mason Johnson’s THE NEW TWENTY.
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