Adam elliott davis (Les mcCubbin)
is an award-winning stage and screen actor, and has appeared in many critically-acclaimed musical and non-musical plays, feature films, television series (NBC's "Grimm"), and more, across the United States. In addition to his work in front of a camera, he is also an award-winning producer (Here Comes the Ride), screenwriter, and film maker.
Adam teaches acting in Portland, OR, where he is based, with his wife and two children. He is grateful to friends and family for their ongoing love and support, and to God, for the immeasurable blessing of being able to tell real human stories that touch lives, heal wounds, and bring joy.
Joel Robert Walker (addison McCubbin)
is a native of Portland and received his training at Marymount Manhattan College in NYC. Joel has appeared in numerous television commercials as well as NBC's Grimm. Other film: Love Eclectic (Kurt), Fremont (Police Officer). Webseries: The Residuals (Richard), The Boys Who Brunch (Lincoln).
When he isn't performing, Joel can be found putting the finishing touches on the tiny home that he built (and will likely never feel is completely finished). He plans to live a true gypsy life as long as he's able - following the wind and the work. Upcoming projects: Trails (Broadway Rose), Holiday Inn, & Kiss Me Kate (5th Avenue Theatre).
Ted has amassed over 35 TV guest-star and recurring credits including Boardwalk Empire, ER, Gilmore Girls, Community, Lost, Grimm, Weeds, My Name Is Earl, Seinfeld, CSI, It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia. Ted has over 20 principal movie roles (Gone, Legally Blonde, Santa Pups, Blood Work...) and over 35 principal appearances in commercials (Yes, he was Abe Lincoln in the Mt. Dew ad and the Rozerem spots :-)
Locally, Ted has appeared in The Librarians, Leverage, Portlandia, Bucksville, The Kill Hole, Bucksville and Cell Count. Currently, Ted is working on a TV pilot out of Seattle called Automata.
On Stage, Ted has acted local in Orlando at Primary Stage and iin regional theatres (Ahmanson (LA), Williamstown Theatre, The McCarter, The Wilma, The Arden, Portland Stage, and Idaho Shakespeare). He has performed in 10 off Broadway plays and 10 plays in LA with the Actors Co-op. Ted has a BA in Theatre from Lewis and Clark College and an MFA in acting from Temple University.
Kelly Sina (Young Sarah Jane MccuBBin)
Kelly Sina is a Portland area musical theater actress with a degree from Hope College in Holland, Michigan. This summer she played the title role in Gypsy at Broadway Rose, and is currently starring as Sally Bowles in Lakewood Theatre Company's Cabaret.
She is most recently from New York City where she traveled the country performing in various musicals. Kelly also satisfied the taste buds as a pastry chef in Manhattan (shout out to City Cakes!).
Kelly is passionate about her Savior, her husband, and her Minnesota Vikings. SKOL!
shelly lipkin (Detective robinson)
Shelly Lipkin is an actor, director, playwright. He was Co-Artistic Director of Cygnet Productions from 2000 to 2003 where he co-authored, produced and starred in Vitriol & Violets – Tales From The Algonquin Round Table which won the 2004 Oregon Book Award for Drama. His second play, Sylver Beaches, was also nominated for an Oregon Book Award.
At Artist Repertory Theatre in Portland he has starred in The Clean House, Blue/Orange and Gross Indecencies; at Profile Theatre he starred in Thief River (Drammy Award for ensemble acting), The Price and Sisters Rosensweig and starred in Twelfth Night with Tygres Heart Shakespeare Company.
Beyond Portland, he has also performed with Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Santa Fe Repertory Theatre, PCPA in Santa Maria, and other theatres across the country. Prior to moving to Lake Oswego he spent 20 years in Los Angeles as a television and film actor.
Most recently you might have seen Shelly in TNT's series Leverage, Extraordinary Measures starring Harrison Ford, Grimm for NBC, and Portlandia. Shelly is an Associate Director at Portland Actors Conservatory and also teaches film acting and screenwriting at The Art Institute of Portland and screenwriting at Mt. Hood Community College.
Patricia "Trish" Hunter, who plays "Madeleine Sturdley" in Losing Addison, has an extensive acting résumé that spans the 25 years she spent in New York City in television, film, and commercial work. She has also been featured in print and radio advertising.
Since arriving in Portland, Trish has appeared on television's Grimm, Leverage, Portlandia, and The Librarians. On stage she has performed with Shaking-The-Tree, Profile Theatre, and JTC theater companies.
Trish's exhaustive regional theater work includes appearances across the country at McCarter, Princeton Rep, Theatre Virginia, Playwrights Horizons, New Dramatists, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Theatreworks-USA, Lincoln Center, Delaware Theatre Company, UBU Rep, Equity Library Theater, and 22 summer seasons as a resident Guest Artist and Teacher with the Dorset Theatre Festival.
She has been the recipient of "Best Performance by an Actress" awards for such roles as "Amanda Wingfield" in The Glass Menagerie, "Maxine Faulk" in Night of the Iguana, "La Marquis de Merteuil" in Les Liaisons Dangereuses, "Mary Todd Lincoln" in The Last of Mrs. Lincoln, "Mrs. Lovett" in Sweeney Todd, and "Petronella Van Daan" in The Diary of Anne Frank.
Holden Goyette (adolescent les)
Holden Goyette, who plays "Adolescent Les," is an 11 year old actor from Portland Oregon.
Holden began his acting career at the age of five. With over 40 acting credits in theater, television, and film, he has worked for Dreamworks and the Hallmark Channel, and also done commercial work for Intel, Lego, and Toys R Us, to name a few.
Holden has starred in many feature and short films as well, including the award-winning short Snake Bite and the feature film Zilla and Zoe (2018). Holden also took the leading role in Paste Magazine's video of the year winner Feel Like Running, directed by Jon Garcia.
Most recently, Holden accepted his first television role joining the cast of SyFy’s original series Z Nation last season as the character “5K.”
Interestingly, Losing Addison marks the second time Holden has played the younger version of a character portrayed by Adam Elliott Davis; in 2016's Out of the Darkness both actors played protagonist "Eli Isaacson."
thomas allen (Roger)
Thomas is a recent graduate from the University of Washington, where he studied Drama Performance and Applied Physics.
He’s always had a passion for film and storytelling. After graduating school he began working professionally as an actor from his home in the Seattle area, having recently appeared in productions at ACT Theatre and Centerstage Theatre.
When not acting, Thomas writes, directs, and collaborates with a group of close friends and collaborators he’s known since childhood, to produce his own independent short films.
His moments of free time are filled with cooking, writing, video games, and films. Thomas believes simply sitting in a dark movie theater and watching a great story unfold on the screen is one of the most incredible experiences there is.
He is beyond excited to be a part of Losing Addison.