Cast

Norodom Khemuni (Danny) Norodom “Muni” Reasmey Khemuni spent his childhood in his home country of Cambodia. Upon graduating from the International School of Phnom Penh, he traveled to Malaysia and Germany to study in their capital cities. It did not take long before he caught the acting bug. Following the lead of his uncle King Sihamoni, who worked as a Cambodian cultural ambassador and a classical dance teacher in his younger days, Muni decided to pursue a career in the field of the arts and moved to the United States. In 2017, Muni graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. 1660 VINE will be Muni's first Feature role.

Cheryl Porter (Renee) known lovingly as “Mama Cheryl” she is the creator of The Cheryl Porter Vocal Method. With her motivational coaching videos and inspirational approach to teaching, she is considered the #1 Vocal Coach in the world. She has appeared on The ELLEN SHOW, CNN and FOX.

She has given Vocal Masterclasses in Russia, Israel, Poland, Italy, France, Indonesia, Singapore she has helped singers all over the world to find their voices!

A renowned singer in her own right, She is the voice of “The Circle of Life” in The Lion King Movie Live Action Movie 2019 (IT), has performed at the Vatican for The Pope, Luciano Pavarotti, and shared the stage with artists by such as Andrea Bocelli, Mariah Carey, Bono of U2, and has recorded over 20 albums from classical to contemporary music.

Chris Olsen (Chance One) is an actor and digital creator who rose to prominence in 2020 after joining TikTok, quickly becoming one of the most celebrated comedic voices on the platform. Chris will next be seen starring in the upcoming Discovery+ series The Book of Queer, set to premiere in June 2022, and is attached to star as ‘Chance’ in the independent musical feature 1660 Vine, directed by Patricia McGregor.

Recently, Chris served as co-host of the Oscars’ Red Carpet Experience in partnership with the Academy for their 94th awards ceremony. He has also interviewed Dr. Fauci for the White House’s “Made To Save” campaign to promote vaccine education. Additionally, Chris co-hosted a GUESS Live event celebrating Pride, and has been tapped by Netflix, Hulu and more to serve as host and correspondent at various events.

Chris is a proud member of both the AAPI and LGBTQ+ communities and is an outspoken mental health advocate. He is a classically trained actor and singer, receiving his BFA in Musical Theater from Boston Conservatory, and is passionate about fitness and his love for coffee. In 2021, Chris was named one of E!’s New Faces of Pride and was nominated as TikTok and GLAAD's first-ever Queer Advocate of the Year award, as well as won People's Sexiest Guy on TikTok in 2020. Raised in the Washington metropolitan area, Chris resides in Los Angeles.

Pia Toscano (Rose) Pia Toscano made a name for herself as a vocalist with a rich, emotionally transparent voice , clearly influenced by the likes of Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Celine Dion, and Etta James . Performing since the age of four, Toscano was widely considered one of American Idol Season 1O's front runners thanks to her powerhouse vocal abilities . Toscano has toured with American Idol's Live! Tour, Jennifer Lopez, David Foster, and Andrea Bocelli leading her to performances on The Ellen Show, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Live! With Regis & Kelly, Dancing with the Stars, So You Think You Can Dance, Good Morning America , and many more; Toscano has starred in Netflix's ground­ breaking music docuseries , "Westside ," and has a new album , "I'm Good," expected to release in September 2022.

CJ Cruz (Chance Two) was born in Jacksonville, Florida and grew up as a Navy brat. His father came over to the US from the Philippines, making him a second generation immigrant. CJ studied Psychology, Theater, and Documentary Filmmaking at Duke University. He has acted in films and theater productions, done stand-up comedy and improv comedy at Duke, USC, and in the greater Los Angeles area.

CJ helped develop his character, Chance Two, helped develop the story of the Chance cousins and Rose, and wrote the Chance’s songs.

Brianna Rose Gentilella (Eve) is an actor, voice actor, singer, and dancer. She received her BFA in acting from Pace University Dyson School of Performing Arts and has studied at the Groundlings School of Improv as well as the Howard Fine Studio in Los Angeles. Credits include the original Broadway cast of Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas, as well as various voices on Blues Clues. Brianna has also originated the role of Molly on Nick Jr.'s Emmy award winning show Bubble Guppies. Catch Brianna as the english dub voice of Pompo in the nominated anime film Pompo The Cinephile.

Jaiden Klein (Cat) is a young actor of both stage and screen. Her screen credits include for WeCrashd (2022), Spidey and His Amazing Friends (2021) and I Know This Much Is True (2020). On stage, she is most known for originating the role of "Young Elsa" in the First National Broadway Tour of FROZEN the Musical. Some of Jaiden's other theatre credits include Annie Who in the 2018 National Tour of Dr. Seuss's How The Grinch Stole Christmas, Lily/Elle in the off Broadway production of Emergency, the Musical, Young Cosette in the regional production of Les Miserables and Molly in Annie.

Maya Jane Lagerstam (Luna) New to the LA scene, Maya is thrilled to be acting in her first feature role. Her previous credits include the role of Juno in the Guthrie Theatre production of The Tempest, Maria in Parallel 45's production of The Sound of Music, as well as various roles in productions at her alma mater, University of Minnesota Twin Cities.

Malachi Durant (Jupe) Malachi Durant was born in Columbus, Ohio but was raised in Wisconsin, where he first started performing. He moved to Las Vegas in August 2013 to pursue his dream of being a performer. In 8 years, Malachi has been in major productions such as Showstoppers, and a featured dancer/character in Cirque Du Soleil’s “O” show. He has danced with artist such as J-Balvin, Will Smith, Carrie Underwood, Hugh Jackman and more. Malachi was also a featured singer on Royal Caribbean cruise ships. He was recently a lead actor in California Dreamin’ directed by Aaron Parpart, and lead in a feature film Nighthawk directed by Dustin Robison and Hank Tracy, and a lead in Scorched Earth directed by Alissa Knoght. He would like to thank his mother, supporters, and most importantly God for everything that is and what is yet to come.

Ty Deran (they/she - 1660 Wine Girl 1) is a nonbinary actor/singer/content creator based in Los Angeles committed to creating entertaining, educational and queer-affirming content. They received their BFA in Musical Theatre at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. Theatre credits include SuperYou (Carnegie Hall, upcoming), Anne in A Little Night Music (Greenway Court Theatre), Kinky Boots (2nd National Tour), Cruella De Vil in 101 Dalmatians! (STAGES St. Louis), Home Street Home (Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center, Cast Recording). Ty’s journey back to the self, catalyzed by the pandemic, has led her to use her voice to encourage all folks to see themselves beyond society’s rules and expectations. To honor the infinity within us, and to love ourselves as we are, is the journey of a warrior. If we want to bring an end to suffering, each of us must choose to be a warrior. Follow Ty on TikTok and Instagram @mx.deran


Fernanda Romero (1660 Wine Girl 2) is a multifaceted actress that has shown us a wide range of acting skills and abilities in her performances. She is also a talented singer, model and has developed a successful influencer career. In the film industry, her passion, two of her most recent projects are forecasted to be released by early to mid 2022: "The Containment" directed by The Zhaga Brothers, and "Heavenquest" opposite Peta Sergeant and Pyo Cha, directed by Matt Bilen.

She was born in the culturally rich Mexico City, Mexico, where she started her artistic career at just 14 years old. She started acting in commercials, and was a member of a teenage pop group that toured the entire country of Mexico as well as other Latin American countries. She has become an excellent spokesperson for diverse international brands, an innate talent that she has recently discovered.

Jessica Ruth Bell (Emily) started her musical theater career as the one 10-year-old that wasn't running around screaming backstage, but instead was checking for her next cue and costume change; earning her the cherished title of "30-Year-Old Kid." After ten years of doing musical theater, she found that being a 30-year-old child wasn't fun anymore, so she transitioned into TV and Film where she now plays children to gain back her "wasted youth.

Jessica has quickly developed a lucrative career in repeat work - her character Wendy Kerby on the cult- followed On Cinema comedy show was so well-received by fans and production alike that they've kept the character around for a year and counting. In the same vein, she's turned into a regular on the viral Dhar Mann videos on YouTube. Jessica is what they call a Unicorn - she was born and raised in LA, accompanying her set-painter mother and prop-maker father on as many sets as she could. You can often find her meditating, baking, and writing her own projects.

Kausha Campbell (Nelli) is a professionally trained dancer, choreographer, content creator, and actor Kausha is a jack of all trades!

Born and raised in Lehi, UT, Kausha started dancing at the age of 3. After many years of training at Hot Shots Dance Studio, she then continued her training at Utah Valley University. She was announced Sterling Scholar in the dance department and was a member of UVU's Contemporary Dance Ensemble company. Kausha was then booked as the lead on a new Disney tour where she was able to travel and perform — the best of both worlds! Over 3 different contracts, she portrayed different characters, such as Sofia the First and TInkerbell, and this is where she realized just how much she loved being an entertainer.

Currently residing in Los Angeles, Kausha has had success across multiple mediums including television, film, commercials, digital, award shows, music videos and is quickly becoming one of the most recognized faces on Instagram & TikTok. Her high quality content often goes viral and is sure to put a smile on your face! She’s appeared in This Is Us, The Creative Arts Emmys, Goliath, Penny Dreadful: City of Angels, The Real O'Neals, Disney's Andy Mack, Carpool Karaoke, Boss Cheer, and a few commercials. She has worked with choreographers Fred Tallaksen, Tony Gonzales, Bonnie Story, Tommy Tonge, Mandy Moore, and Paige Diaz. Kausha has recently been working alongside choreographer and idol, Paula Abdul, and is more than thrilled to be her Associate Choreographer for this film!

Lisa Loeb (Veteran Producer) is a Grammy-winning singer songwriter, touring musician, SiriusXM DJ ,and philanthropist who began her career with the 1994 hit Reality Bitessong “Stay (I Missed You),’ the first song to go to No. 1 by an unsigned artist, leading to a major recording contract. She’s released 15 studio albums, including five children’s albums and two illustrated children’s books with music, and her most recent release A Simple Trick to Happiness. Lisa founded The Camp Lisa Foundation, which sends underserved kids to summer camp. She oversees the business and design of Lisa Loeb Eyewear, an ever-growing collection available at optical shops and Costco. Lisa provides voice talent for the animated series “Creative Galaxy” and composes the original songs for the Emmy nominated “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” series. As an actor, Lisa’s recent film and television appearances include Netflix’s “Fuller House,” GEICO’s “Claims Audition,” and John Oliver’s “Last Week Tonight.” You might have also heard her voice on commercials including Alfa Romeo, Uber Eats, and CNN.

Sam Haft (Schmoozy Producer) Sam Haft is a writer, songwriter, director, and performer born and raised in New York City. Best known for being one half of music act "The Living Tombstone," Sam's band has a cross-platform following in the tens of millions and over 3 billion streams on Youtube and Spotify - with an additional 12 billion on tiktok alone. Sam recently wrote the songs for A24's musical cartoon Hazbin Hotel, and portrays recurring villain "Smooth Jazz Chaz" on Dreamworks TV's Trollstopia. Sam lives in LA with his wife and shockingly enormous toddler.