David Proval – biological father   David Proval launched his acting career with a starring role in Mean Streets (1973), directed by Martin Scorsese, and has been working nonstop ever since. Notable features in which he has appeared include The Phantom (1996), The Brady Bunch Movie (1995) Four Rooms (1995) and The Shawshank Redemption (1994). He is currently set to appear in the independent film White Boy (2002).

David Proval – biological father

David Proval launched his acting career with a starring role in Mean Streets (1973), directed by Martin Scorsese, and has been working nonstop ever since. Notable features in which he has appeared include The Phantom (1996), The Brady Bunch Movie (1995) Four Rooms (1995) and The Shawshank Redemption (1994). He is currently set to appear in the independent film White Boy (2002).

Robert Scott Wilson – Ben the adopted son   Wilson, a Massachusetts native, made the move to Los Angeles in 2010 to pursue his journey as an actor. Robert Scott Wilson currently stars as Ben Rogers/Weston on "Days of our Lives."  When he is not on set, the self-declared die-hard New England sports fan enjoys playing basketball, football and paintball. He also loves to spend his free time relaxing with his two dogs, family and friends.

Robert Scott Wilson – Ben the adopted son

Wilson, a Massachusetts native, made the move to Los Angeles in 2010 to pursue his journey as an actor. Robert Scott Wilson currently stars as Ben Rogers/Weston on "Days of our Lives." 
When he is not on set, the self-declared die-hard New England sports fan enjoys playing basketball, football and paintball. He also loves to spend his free time relaxing with his two dogs, family and friends.

Paul Sorvino –  resident in a home for the mentally challenged   Tall, dark and imposing American actor Paul Sorvino has made a solid career of portraying authority figures. Sorvino has appeared in a variety of film, TV and theatrical productions over the the last four decades. He received critical praise for his role in the Broadway play "That Championship Season", and played the role again in the 1981 film alongside Robert Mitchum and Martin Sheen. Other noteworthy performances during the 1980s and 1990s included a stressed-out police chief in Cruising (1980) and in a standout performance as mob patriarch "Paul Cicero" in the powerhouse Goodfellas (1990).  

Paul Sorvino –  resident in a home for the mentally challenged

Tall, dark and imposing American actor Paul Sorvino has made a solid career of portraying authority figures.
Sorvino has appeared in a variety of film, TV and theatrical productions over the the last four decades. He received critical praise for his role in the Broadway play "That Championship Season", and played the role again in the 1981 film alongside Robert Mitchum and Martin Sheen. Other noteworthy performances during the 1980s and 1990s included a stressed-out police chief in Cruising (1980) and in a standout performance as mob patriarch "Paul Cicero" in the powerhouse Goodfellas (1990).
 

Daryl Hannah – adoptive mother   Daryl Christine Hannah was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. Hannah, a tall (5' 10") blond beauty, with haunting blue-green eyes, was a natural for show biz. She started with small roles, such as a student in The Fury (1978) and as Kim Basinger's kid sister in Hard Country (1981). Daryl's breakout role was as the acrobatic, beautiful replicant punk android Pris in Blade Runner (1982); She portrayed a mermaid, Madison, who falls in love with Tom Hanks's character in Ron Howard's zany comedy Splash (1984), and a Cro-Magnon in The Clan of the Cave Bear (1986). Hannah  co-starred as Elle Driver in Quintin Tarantino's box office hit Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004).

Daryl Hannah – adoptive mother

Daryl Christine Hannah was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. Hannah, a tall (5' 10") blond beauty, with haunting blue-green eyes, was a natural for show biz. She started with small roles, such as a student in The Fury (1978) and as Kim Basinger's kid sister in Hard Country (1981). Daryl's breakout role was as the acrobatic, beautiful replicant punk android Pris in Blade Runner (1982); She portrayed a mermaid, Madison, who falls in love with Tom Hanks's character in Ron Howard's zany comedy Splash (1984), and a Cro-Magnon in The Clan of the Cave Bear (1986). Hannah  co-starred as Elle Driver in Quintin Tarantino's box office hit Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004).

Frankie Avalon – adoptive father   One of a spate of teen idols to come out of Philadelphia in the 1950s and 1960s, Frankie Avalon--unlike many of the others--actually had a musical background, having been taught to play the trumpet at a very young age by his father.  He eventually landed a recording contract with Philadelphia's Chancellor Records, and he recorded "Cupid" and "Teacher's Pet". These records got him his first movie role, a small part in Jamboree! (1957) designed to promote "Teacher's Pet. He soon began taking small parts in movies, most notably in John Wayne's The Alamo (1960). He began to get somewhat bigger parts and had his first starring role in Drums of Africa (1963). His movie career really took off, however, when he was paired with former Mousketeer Annette Funicello in Beach Party (1963) and its string of sequels. These films, with their combination of surfing, low comedy, dancing and "beach bunnies" in bikinis, struck a nerve with teenage audiences, were produced for peanuts and made a fortune. 

Frankie Avalon – adoptive father

One of a spate of teen idols to come out of Philadelphia in the 1950s and 1960s, Frankie Avalon--unlike many of the others--actually had a musical background, having been taught to play the trumpet at a very young age by his father.  He eventually landed a recording contract with Philadelphia's Chancellor Records, and he recorded "Cupid" and "Teacher's Pet". These records got him his first movie role, a small part in Jamboree! (1957) designed to promote "Teacher's Pet. He soon began taking small parts in movies, most notably in John Wayne's The Alamo (1960). He began to get somewhat bigger parts and had his first starring role in Drums of Africa (1963). His movie career really took off, however, when he was paired with former Mousketeer Annette Funicello in Beach Party (1963) and its string of sequels. These films, with their combination of surfing, low comedy, dancing and "beach bunnies" in bikinis, struck a nerve with teenage audiences, were produced for peanuts and made a fortune. 

Mischa Barton – Ben's girlfriend   Born in London and raised in New York. From humble beginnings in New York Theater in 1994 where she trained with such esteemed director/writers as James Lapine ("Twelve Dreams" at Lincoln Center with Donna Murphy), Tony Kushner ("Slavs!" at New York Theater Workshop with Marisa Tomei), and Naomi Wallace ("One Flea Spare" at the Public Theatre with Dianne Wiest), she went on to work side by side with modern-day screen icons including Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant on Notting Hill (1999), Bruce Willis and Toni Collette on The Sixth Sense (1999) and Sam Rockwell in her Sundance critically-lauded feature film debut Lawn Dogs (1997) produced by Duncan Kenworthy in 1998.

Mischa Barton – Ben's girlfriend

Born in London and raised in New York. From humble beginnings in New York Theater in 1994 where she trained with such esteemed director/writers as James Lapine ("Twelve Dreams" at Lincoln Center with Donna Murphy), Tony Kushner ("Slavs!" at New York Theater Workshop with Marisa Tomei), and Naomi Wallace ("One Flea Spare" at the Public Theatre with Dianne Wiest), she went on to work side by side with modern-day screen icons including Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant on Notting Hill (1999), Bruce Willis and Toni Collette on The Sixth Sense (1999) and Sam Rockwell in her Sundance critically-lauded feature film debut Lawn Dogs (1997) produced by Duncan Kenworthy in 1998.

Ann-Margret – secretary   Actress and singer Ann-Margret is one of the most famous sex symbols and actresses of the 1960s and beyond. She continued her career through the following decades and into the 21st century. Her acting debut followed the same year as Bette Davis' daughter in Frank Capra's Pocketful of Miracles (1961). She was marketed as Hollywood's hottest young star and in the years to come got awarded the infamous nickname "sex kitten." By the late 1960s, her career stalled, and she turned to Italy for new projects. She returned and, by 1970, she was back in the public image with Hollywood films (R.P.M. (1970) opposite Anthony Quinn). She finally succeeded in changing her image from sex kitten to respected actress with Mike Nichols' Carnal Knowledge (1971). She was again Oscar-nominated in 1975 for Tommy (1975), the rock opera film of the British rock band The Who. Her career continued with successful films throughout the late 1970s and into the 1980s. 

Ann-Margret – secretary

Actress and singer Ann-Margret is one of the most famous sex symbols and actresses of the 1960s and beyond. She continued her career through the following decades and into the 21st century. Her acting debut followed the same year as Bette Davis' daughter in Frank Capra's Pocketful of Miracles (1961). She was marketed as Hollywood's hottest young star and in the years to come got awarded the infamous nickname "sex kitten." By the late 1960s, her career stalled, and she turned to Italy for new projects. She returned and, by 1970, she was back in the public image with Hollywood films (R.P.M. (1970) opposite Anthony Quinn). She finally succeeded in changing her image from sex kitten to respected actress with Mike Nichols' Carnal Knowledge (1971). She was again Oscar-nominated in 1975 for Tommy (1975), the rock opera film of the British rock band The Who. Her career continued with successful films throughout the late 1970s and into the 1980s. 

Vincent Pastore – passenger in a vehicle   Vincent Pastore was born on July 14, 1946 in Bronx, New York, USA. He is an actor and producer, known for The Sopranos (1999), Revolver (2005) and Shark Tale (2004).

Vincent Pastore – passenger in a vehicle

Vincent Pastore was born on July 14, 1946 in Bronx, New York, USA. He is an actor and producer, known for The Sopranos (1999), Revolver (2005) and Shark Tale (2004).

Eric Roberts – medical/board member   One of Hollywood's edgier, more intriguing characters running around and about for decades, Eric Anthony Roberts started life in Biloxi, Mississippi.   He made his debut alongside an intimidating roster of stars including Judd Hirsch, Susan Sarandon, Shelley Winters and Sterling Hayden. Young Eric held his own expertly (winning a Golden Globe nomination) while his burning intensity and brooding charm marked sure signs of star potential. 

Eric Roberts – medical/board member

One of Hollywood's edgier, more intriguing characters running around and about for decades, Eric Anthony Roberts started life in Biloxi, Mississippi. 

He made his debut alongside an intimidating roster of stars including Judd Hirsch, Susan Sarandon, Shelley Winters and Sterling Hayden. Young Eric held his own expertly (winning a Golden Globe nomination) while his burning intensity and brooding charm marked sure signs of star potential. 

Michael Madsen – nurse in a home for the mentally challenged   Michael Madsen's long career spans 25 years and more than 170 films in which he has played memorable characters in myriad box office hits, including: Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003), Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004) Sin City (2005), Hell Ride (2008), Die Another Day (2002), Donnie Brasco (1997), Species (1995), The Getaway (1994), Thelma & Louise (1991), and Free Willy (1993). Michael is notably recognized for his role as Mr. Blonde, in Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs (1992).

Michael Madsen – nurse in a home for the mentally challenged

Michael Madsen's long career spans 25 years and more than 170 films in which he has played memorable characters in myriad box office hits, including: Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003), Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004) Sin City (2005), Hell Ride (2008), Die Another Day (2002), Donnie Brasco (1997), Species (1995), The Getaway (1994), Thelma & Louise (1991), and Free Willy (1993). Michael is notably recognized for his role as Mr. Blonde, in Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs (1992).

Nathalie Biermanns – Dina girlfriend   Nathalie Biermanns is an actress and TV host.  In 2003, Ms. Biermanns launched her acting and TV career by winning the Miss Aruba beauty pageant. She went on to represent Aruba in The Miss World pageant in China, with notable celebrities such as Jackie Chan, Pierce Brosnan & Candace Bushnell-writer of Sex & the City-judging the contest. Although she did not win the Miss World competition, Nathalie continued to pursue her true passions: television and film.

Nathalie Biermanns – Dina girlfriend

Nathalie Biermanns is an actress and TV host.  In 2003, Ms. Biermanns launched her acting and TV career by winning the Miss Aruba beauty pageant. She went on to represent Aruba in The Miss World pageant in China, with notable celebrities such as Jackie Chan, Pierce Brosnan & Candace Bushnell-writer of Sex & the City-judging the contest. Although she did not win the Miss World competition, Nathalie continued to pursue her true passions: television and film.

Rachel Reilly – Tiffany   Rachel E Reilly is a television personality, actress, and host. Rachel is best known for her time on reality TV winning the 13th season of Big Brother and meeting and marrying her husband on the 12th season of Big Brother. She was also on Amazing Race seasons 20 and 24.

Rachel Reilly – Tiffany

Rachel E Reilly is a television personality, actress, and host. Rachel is best known for her time on reality TV winning the 13th season of Big Brother and meeting and marrying her husband on the 12th season of Big Brother. She was also on Amazing Race seasons 20 and 24.

Mike Burstyn – doctor in a hospital    Mike Burstyn is the internationally acclaimed American/Israeli director, actor & entertainer. He recently wrote and directed the award winning Israeli feature film “ Azimuth ”, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Six Day War. He also stars in the new Israeli TV series “ Judah ” and as the voice of Amos in the English version of the Netflix hit series  “Fauda.”  During his illustrious career he has starred on Broadway in " Barnum ," " The Rothschilds ," “ Inquest ,” “ The Megilla ” & " Ain't Broadway Grand, " receiving multiple Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle nominations. Among his recent credits Mike starred in “ Jolson At The Winter Garden” , “ Lansky, ” “ On 2nd Avenue ,” & ” The Tale Of The Allergist’s Wife ” opposite Valerie Harper. 

Mike Burstyn – doctor in a hospital

 Mike Burstyn is the internationally acclaimed American/Israeli director, actor & entertainer. He recently wrote and directed the award winning Israeli feature film “Azimuth”, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Six Day War. He also stars in the new Israeli TV series “Judah” and as the voice of Amos in the English version of the Netflix hit series “Fauda.” During his illustrious career he has starred on Broadway in "Barnum," "The Rothschilds," “Inquest,” “The Megilla” & "Ain't Broadway Grand," receiving multiple Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle nominations. Among his recent credits Mike starred in “Jolson At The Winter Garden”, “Lansky,” “On 2nd Avenue,” & ”The Tale Of The Allergist’s Wife” opposite Valerie Harper. 

Dan Israely – Director   Dan has written, produced and directed many short documentary and educational films. For fifteen years he directed and hosted a half hour weekly television show, which was syndicated in eighty eight cities throughout the United States and Canada.His writing credits extend beyond Theatre and film. Dan has published several poetry books and novels. He is an established lyricist, having written countless songs. One of Dan’s most recent successes is a comedy he wrote called “Orgasms”, dealing with the differences between men and women. It ran for two years both in LA and off Broadway NY, and was translated into several languages and played in at least thirteen countries. The current project “Papa” is a script Dan wrote based on his own novel by the same name. He was inspired by true events.   

Dan Israely – Director

Dan has written, produced and directed many short documentary and educational films. For fifteen years he directed and hosted a half hour weekly television show, which was syndicated in eighty eight cities throughout the United States and Canada.His writing credits extend beyond Theatre and film. Dan has published several poetry books and novels. He is an established lyricist, having written countless songs. One of Dan’s most recent successes is a comedy he wrote called “Orgasms”, dealing with the differences between men and women. It ran for two years both in LA and off Broadway NY, and was translated into several languages and played in at least thirteen countries. The current project “Papa” is a script Dan wrote based on his own novel by the same name. He was inspired by true events.

 

Emilio Roso – Executive Producer   Emilio Roso was born on August 22, 1976. He is an actor and producer, known for Joshua Tree (2011), Revelations (2014) and Day of Redemption (2013).

Emilio Roso – Executive Producer

Emilio Roso was born on August 22, 1976. He is an actor and producer, known for Joshua Tree (2011), Revelations (2014) and Day of Redemption (2013).

Zahava Israely – Producer    Dr. Zahava Israely is a clinical psychologist for 36 years. Practice at a clinic "Encino Psychotherapy Center" in Encino.  Dr.Israely is also a producer of a new film called 'Papa' writing and directed by Dan Israely. She participates in talk shows, Howard Stern, Wendy Williams, Jltv, etc. Talks in conferences and theaters all over the globe. Psychological adviser in films and theater shows. Dr. Israely is also a producer of a show called 'Orgasms The Comedy' writing and directed by Dan Israely.

Zahava Israely – Producer

Dr. Zahava Israely is a clinical psychologist for 36 years. Practice at a clinic "Encino Psychotherapy Center" in Encino.  Dr.Israely is also a producer of a new film called 'Papa' writing and directed by Dan Israely. She participates in talk shows, Howard Stern, Wendy Williams, Jltv, etc. Talks in conferences and theaters all over the globe. Psychological adviser in films and theater shows. Dr. Israely is also a producer of a show called 'Orgasms The Comedy' writing and directed by Dan Israely.

FILMED IN LOS ANGELES
ALL ORIGINAL SONGS
LYRICS BY DAN ISRAELY
MUSIC BY DANA CAROLYN AND KOBI OSHRAT
SCORING BY MARK DANHRT