Meet Our Cast
let's get intimate...
Riley was most recently seen on stage in the Young Actors Ensemble production of Boys' Life. She is a graduate of Columbia College Chicago and is so excited to be back on stage doing Solo Performance, which she feel in love with durning her time at Columbia. Riley is also the cohost of the interview podcast "The Break Up." Check out her most recent work at rileybillingsley.com.
Leigh Jones is a transplant from Atlanta, Georgia. Her childhood dream of becoming a performer led her to Tri-Cities High School’s performing arts program which prepared her to study theater at Howard University where she received her B.F.A. After taking the lead in several independent films back home in Atlanta, she moved to LA where she’s starred in several films and commercials. She is so thrilled to be returning to the theater in It’s Personal. She’d like to give special thanks to her ex-boyfriend for making all of this possible!
Danny Cox is a writer, director, and occasional performer originally from Louisville, KY. He graduated Southern Illinois University Carbondale with a degree in film and theater and wrote/directed a number of shirt films and plays. He is very excited to be a part of the wonderful ensemble assembled for It's Personal!
Liz can't believe that It's Personal is beginning their second season! She likes to talk a lot, so what better way to get it all out on stage. Liz is the co-creator, co-producer, co-owner of It's Personal, LLC. Liz was recently seen in, "Dishes" and has her own podcast on iTunes called, "The Up And Coming." Check out all of her work on www.lizkummer.com.
Kelsey Packwood is so proud to be creating such personal and relevant work with her fellow actor friends. Recently graduating from Point Park University's Musical Theatre department Kelsey has made the move out to Los Angeles to pursue her career in performing arts. Now that she's in LA she understands the importance of being creative and activating the imagination. Solo performance is unlike anything she's done before and she's ready to share her art with the world.
Chloé Godard was born of two fabulous Canadian parents. Her acting debut was when she played The Wicked Witch of the West in her 8th grade production of The Wizard of Oz. Chloé studied acting in Chicago before moving to LA almost 5 years ago. When she isn't acting, you can find her stuck in traffic. She enjoys drinking coffee with friends, traveling, and staying as far away from cilantro as she possibly can.
Emily is an actor from Ottumwa, IA and a graduate from the University of South Dakota. She was last seen as Dakota in Off Color Media's web series: It's Complicated, and she is so excited to be a part of It's Personal's second season. In her free time, Emily loves thrifting, watching The Office, and holding babies.
Andy is intrigued and ecstatic by the opportunity to perform in front of an audience. Originally from Riverside, California, Andy moved out to LA last summer. After being a part of the audience of It’s Personal, he felt the need to try his hand at performing. He hopes to become a producer, writer and an actor. Besides writing/performing in some student films at his university, this will be his first time performing in front of an actual audience, and he feels ready to give it a shot.
Sonia Sondheim is a 20 year old California born-and-raised actress. She began acting when she was 17 but has always loved anything that let her be a storyteller. Besides acting she likes music, chocolate, comedy, and hates any movie that makes her cry (mostly because she’s an ugly crier). One day she hopes to be “funny enough for a Netflix stand-up comedy special”.