Cast

We’re very excited to have such a talented cast! They kicked DEEP-FRIED ASS during the filming (and, they’re pretty good actors, too). Expect some great behind-the-scenes footage on the DVD release.

Jason Yachanin
Arbie

is a graduate of Baldwin Wallace College. He first moved out to New York City in the summer of 2003 to pursue his acting career. Several of his other performance credits include the 2003-2004 National Tour of Dragon Tales Live, My Sweet Sixteen MTV Promo, Kid Fitness, The Sopranos, and Forensic FilesPoultrygeist marks his feature film debut.

Kate Graham
Wendy

is a New York City-based actress who enjoys performing all over the country.  Recent credits include a national tour of a bilingual production of The Three Musketeers, with National Theatre for Arts and Education, and a musical theatre outreach program with Jenny Wiley Theatre in eastern Kentucky.  Other film credits include extra work in the upcoming Spiderman 3.

Allyson Sereboff
Micki

began her career working in television communications, coordinating the interface between a major television network and such ceremonies and festivals as the Emmys and Sundance. Born and raised in Baltimore, MD she attended American University, in Washington, DC, and majored in pre-law with a goal of practicing entertainment law. Realizing she had a passion for acting, she left DC for New York, where she attended the William Esper School and studied Meisner method acting. For the past five years she has continued to study, and has performed in stage theatre showcases, student films and independents feature films. Poultrygeist is her first Troma film.

Robin L. Watkins
General Lee Roy

has been working professionally as an actor up and down the entire east coast since 1984. He has performed in hundreds of local and regional stage productions, independent films, industrials, and commercials. His favorite roles include Orin Scrivello, DDS, in Little Shop of Horrors, flesh peddler Marcus Lycus in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, evil Jonathan Brewster in Arsenic and Old Lace, and a variety of characters in Lint: The First Redneck Opera. In 2007, Watkins will appear as the vampires’ holy nemesis Reverend Oswald in Pretty Dead Things (Scorpio Film Releasing) and the title character in the dark comedy Bruce Bixby’s Butcher Shop Basement (IIEG Productions). Poultrygeist marks his feature film debut.

Joshua Olatunde
Denny

recently finished working on Pride & Glory, starring Edward Norton and Colin Farrell set to be released in 2007 by New Line Cinema. Other major-motion picture credits include Prime (Universal Pictures, 2005) and My Super-Ex Girlfriend (20th Century Fox, 2006). Several of Mr. Olatunde’s works have been produced Off-Broadway, such as One Life: The Sidney Poitier Story, Salvation, and 25 Days in Kuwait. He also produced four Off-Broadway theatrical productions and has also worked as a Professional Sound Technician to many regional theatres across the country.

Caleb Emerson
Carl Jr.

is a filmmaker living in Providence, Rhode Island. He is the director of the underground cult hit, Die You Zombie Bastards! and the Director of Photography on the feature film Pretty Dead Things. Caleb also played “Dex Diaper” and served as co-casting director on Troma’s previous feature film, Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV. This will be Caleb’s second movie with Troma.

Rose Ghavami
Humus

is an actress based out of New York City. She got her first start at Troma Entertainment where she worked as the administrative assistant to the president of the company, Lloyd Kaufman. She then went on to work as the casting director for Troma’s up-coming full-length feature, Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead, where she also landed her first feature film role. She plans to continue working in the independent film world as an actress, dancer, and singer. This fall she will be performing Off-Broadway as a witch in Shakespeare’s Macbeth.

Khalid Rivera
Paco Bell

hails from Bronx, New York but is originally from Puerto Rico. Ever since childhood, Rivera has been interested in the performing arts. While still a senior at the prestigious Professional Performing Arts School, he was accepted to the Stella Adler Conservatory and Henry Street Settlement, where he studied acting and musical theater. He graduated with honor awards in musical theater and vocals. Rivera’s Broadway work has included performances in The Capeman and the lead in Juan Darien, as well as international tours such as Smokey Joes Café and La Passion Segun San Mateo.

Ron Jeremy
Crazy Old Man Ron

was born in New York City, and has appeared in Troma films like Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV, Terror Firmer, and Tromeo & Juliet. He has also acted in Hollywood films such as Orgazmo, Detroit Rock City, and The Boondock Saints.