"The Consultants" is a comedic web series about Hastings Consulting, a fictional management consulting company. Whereas "The Office" is bumbling middle management, "The Consultants" is about that back-office nether region comprised of wanna be masters-of-the-universe who work hard, get paid a ton, and treat themselves too seriously!  
     
 
 
Nelson Cheng is originally from Wayne, NJ. He graduated from Princeton University with a degree in Economics and worked at amazon.com and Google in a variety of product management and marketing positions. He's an independent producer working on a range of projects including "The Consultants".
 
 
 
 
Academy Award winner Milton Justice began his theatre career on Broadway, producing the world premiere of Tennessee Williams’ Vieux Carre. Off Broadway he produced Jack Heifner’s Vanities, which became the longest running play in off-Broadway history and co-starred Kathy Bates. His Off Broadway credits also include Das Luscitania Songspiel written by and starring Sigourney Weaver and Christopher Durang - selected as one of the 10 best plays of the year by the New York Times. Milton began as a student of Stella Adler’s in the late seventies. In 1988, she appointed him to teach at her Los Angeles Conservatory as well as selecting him the Artistic Director of the Stella Adler Theatre Company. His other teaching assignments have included four years as a Lecturer at Yale, five years at New York University and for a year he was the Dean of the Institute of Creative Arts in Seoul, Korea. Most recently he spent a year as guest lecturer at Unitec in Auckland, New Zealand, and currently divides his teaching assignments between Yale University and Stella Adler-Los Angeles. His most recent producing effort, Losing Chase, marked Kevin Bacon's directorial debut, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and won a Golden Globe Award for Helen Mirren. For his work in film and television he has received an Academy Award, an Emmy Award and five Golden Globe nominations. His theatre work has earned him eight Los Angeles Theatre Critics’ Awards, two GLAAD nominations and two New York Drama Desk nominations.
 
 
 
 
Mark Stuen was born in Bellingham, Washington. When he was 10 he made his first film about G.I. Joes blowing up the local city. His parents were horrified, he was thrilled. Mark went on to earn his Bachelors degree at Montana State University in Media & Theatre Arts, specializing in lighting and editing. He then quickly moved to Los Angeles where he lives and works as a Gaffer and Producer. His most recent work includes commercials for Sony "make.believe," the Sony "Dash," and Fanta. 
 
 
 
 
www.chunminghuang.com
As Chinese as he can be!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
www.felixbird.com
British Composer Felix Bird was trained in film scoring at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. He soon afterwards moved to Los Angeles where he built his own studio in the Hollywood Hills of Laurel Canyon. He currently composes the score to the hit television show Greek on ABC Family. A member of the British Academy of Film and Television (BAFTA), he has written original scores to numerous features and shorts since moving to Los Angeles.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Zach Kahl grew up in the rocky mountains of colorado for the first 8 years of his life. Since then he has lived in 5 other states and this helped shape his personality and mind into the creative eclectic he is today. His interests sparked in high school where he was the school announcements news director his junior and senior year, in a school that was in the top 3 most technologically advanced a/v departments in middle america. Moving to college he found sound as his baby and has continued as a sound mixer up to today. Working professionally, his production mixing can be heard on national commercials (LG CellPhones) and his operating skills in theatrically released feature films internationally ("To Save A Life", 2009). An avid cyclist, Zach grows more and more fit with everyday that goes by; film related as well as muscular structure. He is a prince. There is my bio. I especially like the last part. I am 25 years old and love music, cycling, reading, and film. I work from 100/day shorts to $500,000 commercials, I run the gamut as far as skill-sets in sound recording and I get better with every project I do to this day.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Jennifer C. Smith traded sunny Florida for sunny LA armed with a BFA in Theater from UCF to pursue Wardrobe Design for film and TV. Her interests hit the spectrum of styling, fashion design, hair and make up artistry, singing and acting. A serendipitous meeting with Nelson Cheng brought her onto this quirky project and she hopes you all enjoy the show! For samples of her work check out www.threadbarefashion.blogspot.com
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
www.marketingtheactor.com
Jason Buyer has been casting over 12 years. He was the senior casting coordinator at Warner Bros. Television (Eastwick, Zero Effect, Thieves, Harry Stone, Bull), the casting associate at Ulrich/Dawson/Kritzer Casting (Rude Awakening, Any Day Now, The Gregory Hines Show, Glory, Glory, Rag and Bone), and the former casting associate at Weber & Associates Casting at MGM (Dead Like Me, She Spies, Fame Encore, Stargate -SG1, Soldier of Fortune, The Outer Limits, The Crow, 12 Angry Men, The Gingerbread Man, A Hero From Zero). Jason recently completed casting eleven short films for the Columbia College Semester In LA Directing Program, as well as the pilot presentation, Odds On The Acts, from creator Chris Bearde of Gong Show fame. He also just completed casting six episodes of the webisode, Cannibal Run on babelgum.com. He continues to be an invited keynote speaker at numerous universities, conducting marketing seminars for their graduating seniors and theatre students. Last year, Jason was featured as the resident acting coach on Bravo’s Real Housewives Of Orange County.