FEE WAYBILL as Sir Chartreuse
Fee Waybill is best known as the Lead Singer, Frontman and Songwriter of the legendary San Francisco based rock band The Tubes. The Tubes have toured all over the world with an ever changing theatrically outrageous live show, with it's own brand of rock and roll burlesque. From the anthem "White Punks On Dope," the classic "Don't Touch Me There," to the hits "Talk to Ya Later" and "She's a Beauty," The Tubes continue to perform and are arguably the most underrated rock band of all time. "One participating in a Tubes concert will never forget Fee Waybill both as a Singer and Performer." In addition, Waybill has worked with Toto, Bill Sherwood and Music Producer David Foster. He continues his musical collaboration with close friend Richard Marx. As a Record Producer in his own right, Fee Waybill has produced many popular artists as well. His film highlights include: Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains, Xanadu (with The Tubes). These are among many other appearances including, "One of three most excellent people in the world" in Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure. On stage, Waybill has 'Reigned Supreme' as lead 'Frank-N-Furter' in Richard O' Brian's The Rocky Horror Show in several productions at the Barn Theater in Augusta Michigan. Fee Waybill on acting: "I've never been accused of under acting." Which makes his natural charisma come alive as 'Sir Chartreuse' in Restoration Dogs, for which he is also an Associate Producer.

Santa Barbara native, Matt Talbott teaches acting and voice and diction for the stage, in addition to teaching acting for the camera at Santa Barbara City College. He is an acting Alumnus from the Hilberry Repertory Theater (MFA) in Detroit. He has been seen in the Los Angeles area in Dracula at the Hermosa Beach Playhouse and Serenading Louie at the Tasty Face Theater. He is a documentary filmmaker and is currently working on a docu-drama about the Tijuana Police Force.

FRED SHAHADI as Sir Lavender
Fred Shahadi got his start in regional theater in Philadelphia before receiving his MFA in Acting from the Hilberry Repertory Theater Company in Detroit. In addition to his Film, TV and Theater credits, Fred is perhaps best known for his national commercial campaigns which include the 2006 American entry for World's Funniest Commercials - Avis Rent-A-Car Gangsta Rap. He received awards for Best Comedic Actor as Max Prince in Neil Simon's Laughter on the 23rd Floor and Best Actor as Charlie Baker in Larry Shue's The Foreigner.

COLIN MARTIN as Sir Or'ange
Colin Martin is proud to be part of this unique and inspired production. Having been born in Southern California into a family full of actors, writers and musicians, Colin was infected with the acting disease as soon as he popped out. He has been seen in independent films and on the stages up and down the West Coast of the US, including such productions as Glenngary Glen Ross, Three Sisters, Godspell, Quadrophenia, Anything Goes, Othello, Twelfth Night, The Shadow Box and many others. Restoration Dogs marks his first foray into the historical-modern-cult-spoof genre.

Dougls Jantzen Jr's experience spans both theatre and cinema, including comedic and dramatic improv. Along with his collegiate training, he has studied with Pete Sugden, Eric Morris, and Tim Weske's SwordPlay troupe. Douglas's theatrical works include Mame, In the Land of Phantoms, Hit the Big Time and Time Again. When asked about his career goals he says simply, "I just want to create a body of work that I can be proud of as an artist AND that people will find enjoyable". Douglas is currently busy developing the character of 'Lazarus' for Desert Motel.

BRIAN NELSEN as Sir Indigo
Brian Nelsen is new to Los Angeles and proud to be a cast member of Restoration Dogs. Trained in classical theater at London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, it was a great pleasure to participate in this classical adaptation of a contemporary film classic. This was classically classical and brought a classic smile to my classic face. My favorite pudding is chocolate. I eat red meat.

AMANDA ADAY as Lady Long Tongue
Amanda Aday is the daughter of rock 'n roll singer and actor Meat Loaf. She attended Stagedoor Manor Performing Arts Training Center, graduated from Idyllwild Arts Academy, and was a theatre major at California Institute of the Arts. Her film roles include Crazy in Alabama, the Indie film The Mummy An' the Armadillo and Pledge This!. Amanda guest starred on hit shows such as Boston Public, E.R. and My Name Is Earl and secured the role of Dora Mae Dreifuss in the critically acclaimed HBO series Carnivale.

TINA GLOSS FINNELL as Lady Mumble News/Producer
Tina Gloss may be recognized as the recurring character of Ned's Mother on the Emmy Award winning ABC show Pushing Daisies. She has also won several awards for her short film, Still Me. She has been a professional actor in theatre, film and TV for over 15 years. Most recently performing on-stage in Los Angeles in Song of St. Tess, Theatre 40's smash hit Rumors and garnered fabulous reviews in her near dead-ringer portrayal of Katharine Hepburn in the World Premiere of Spinelli at the Long Beach Playhouse. She is also an Ovation Award winning Producer. She recently relocated with Mark Finnell to Michigan to pursue the burgeoning film industry.

MARK FINNELL as Pleasant Edward/Writer/Producer
Mark Finnell is a Michigan native and sang Rock 'n Roll from 1979-89 in the Detroit area. He graduated from West Virginia University and holds an MFA in Performance/Acting from the Hilberry Repertory Theatre at Wayne State University. He has been acting for 20 years and is excited about the possibilities Restoration Dogs offers. This is his first screenplay which is based on his play. Further information on the concept of Restoration Dogs is located on this site. Mark is proud to be the Producer of Restoration Dogs along with his wife, Tina Gloss Finnell. Mark's plans are to direct the feature-length version in Michigan.

JOHN H. BRENNAN as Godot Stand-In

BRIAN NELSEN, Editor/Trailers
MIKE BOIDY, Director of Photography
AMANDA ABIZAID, Make-Up/Wig Wrangler
DEREK HACKET, 1st Assistant Director
OLE BRERETON, Best Boy/Electrician
LUIS SAGLIE, Composer/Arranger
ZACK WILCOX, Sound Mixer
JOSH AMATO, Sound/Boom
REBECCA BAILLIE, Location Manager
NATHAN WAUK, Set Photographer
JASON FRAZIER, Graphic/Web Designer

"Stuck In The Middle"
Written by Gerry Rafferty and Joe Egan
Music Arranged by Luis Saglie
Score Performed by Morris Rahbar