As creator, showrunner and head writer of Pretty Dudes, Chance Calloway is a firm believer not only in quality inclusion and the importance of representation in media, but also in creating quality entertainment across all platforms. As a filmmaker, Calloway focuses on telling wide-reaching visual stories that can change the way people see themselves and the world around them.
As a director, he won the 2018 award for Best Music Video at the Asians on Film Festival of Shorts with co-director Gerry Maravilla for “How We Break (Pretty Dudes Anthem)” and his film Winter was a 2016 selection for the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Islander Film Festival.
As a writer, his comedic short Straight Up screened at the 2015 LAAPFF and won Best Comedy during Asians On Film's quarterly festival in 2015. His book Lost: A Never Novella continues to raise money benefiting families in the Philippines displaced by Typhoon Haiyan.
Chance is a Level Ground Creative and, in 2019, launched the streaming service Stoopid Ambitious, a hub for innovative, inclusive indie works by talented filmmakers with voices overdue for amplification.
A triple threat, and we're not even talking about his triceps, Cesar Cipriano has been seen on screens in Being Mary Jane and Coffee House Chronicles, as well as on stage with the East West Players opposite George Takei and Jon Jon Briones.
Cipriano portrays Shane on the series.
Tae Song gained fame in the award-winning feature film Spa Night. He's made additional celebrated films Winter and Joy Joy Nails.
Song portrays Jay on the series.
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Cantu portrays Ken on the series.
Dae portrays Ram on the series.
Toussant portrays Callie on the series.
Adrian portrays Quincy on the series.
Fernandez plays Vega on the series and its spinoff, Nude for Thought: The Pretty Dudes Aftershow
Tole portrays Hadrian on the series.