Aba Woodruff (Christine)


Nabil Vinas (John)

  Nabil has played Benito Mussolini in the Emmy-nominated miniseries The World Wars (History) and has a leading role in the award-winning film Tomorrow Ever After, which is set for a theatrical release in spring, 2017. He also wrote and produced the short film Come Back Hailey which was successfully crowdfunded and has played several festivals in New York including Big Apple, Queens World and Bronx International. Nabil was named BEST ACTOR by Atlas & Aeris, an international magazine for independent film for his work in The Cat’s Cradle. Other Acting Awards include BEST DUO (Sanford Int’l Film Fest, The Cat’s Cradle) and BEST ENSEMBLE (Idyllwild Int’l Festival of Cinema, Things I Don’t Understand). His work has inspired writer-directors to create projects and roles specifically for him, including Ela Thier with Tomorrow Ever After, and David Spaltro with his indie festival success Things I Don’t Understand (11 BEST FEATURE and 2 AUDIENCE CHOICE Awards). With a background in theatre, Nabil is an official member of the critically acclaimed Barefoot Theatre Company, Poetic Theater Productions, and a co-founding member of The Seven Collective. Since 2012 he’s played the central role in the award-winning play Goliath (Poetic Theater Productions) where his heart-breaking performance as an Iraq War veteran continues to impact audiences and veterans around the country. He’s played lead roles in numerous other theatrical productions including Djla Wal Furat: Between the Tigris and the Euphrates (Poetic Theater Productions), Cadence: Home (TE’A Project), and Closer (The Seven Collective).     


Vishwas (Simon)

 A storyteller at heart, Vishwas is thrilled to be a part of "Don’t Forget To Breathe".    As an Actor, his recent credits include award winning Indie feature "Tomorrow Ever After" and numerous short films and web-series including "Failure Groupies", "Track 3" and "A Stranger's Confession". A firm believer in creating one's own opportunities, Vishwas turned Writer and Producer with his short film "The Visit" which won multiple awards in the 2016 film festival season. The film is now available on Vimeo as a Vimeo Staff Pick.    Always open to collaborations that tell compelling human stories, Vishwas is just one click away at