Bringing Back Your Favorite Elements of Black 90's Content, Millennial Style!
Imani Nia Robinson
Imani Nia Robinson entered into the world of the arts at the early age of nine. She grew up in Baltimore, MD and studied her craft at Baltimore School for the Arts.
She's had roles on HBO's The Wire and HBO's The Deuce. She has been in numerous plays including: The Colored Museum - directed by James Avery, and A Streetcar Named Desire - directed by James Franco.
Imani attended the California Institute of the Arts, where she received a BFA in acting. She is so thankful and excited to see her vision come to fruition.
Crystal T. Johnson
Crystal T. Johnson, born in Petersburg, VA now lives in New York as an Actor, VO Artist, Dancer and Singer. She studied Musical Theatre in high school at Appomattox Regional Governor's School, then received her BFA at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Crystal's written and performed her One Woman Show titled Masked: and then there was me. She's performed in: For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow is Enuf , A Raisin In the Sun, The Bluest Eye, Two Trains Running, Aint Misbehavin', Chicago, Grease, Cinderella, and Godspell .
Since moving to New York, Crystal's
toured with Theatreworks USA, booked Voice Over spots for some of the coolest brands as well as appeared on Television with Supporting and Co-Star roles for networks like NBC, CBS, E! Network, Lifetime, USA & ID Network.
Committed to loving, igniting and serving others, she also coaches other performers using techniques catered to the mind, body and spirit of each actor through a communal project she calls: ‘Dream Coach Studio’.
She pursues life and performance under the guide and silent ambition of her deceased Mother, Rosetta Johnson, who had dreams of pursuing Modeling & Singing before her unexpected passing in 2014. And in much gratitude, gives every form of thanks to God for being a consistent parent to her and friend. Its been quite a journey! She thanks the Cast and Crew of 3 Blind Mice for receiving her, and for fulfilling her childhood dream of existing in a 90's vibe of a sitcom! The role of Muffin has come at the sweetest of times and Crystal has every intention to bring to life, THE WORLD as Muffin lives and breathes it.
Anthony Holland, Jr.
Anthony Holland Jr. was born and raised in Baltimore, MD. He graduated from Coppin State University, earning a degree in Sports Management with a minor in business. He joined The Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc Delta Beta Chapter and was the star football player at his university.
3 Blind Mice is his first acting debut, and he is blessed and excited to have this opportunity, stating: "I saw the audition opportunity and went for it. Just another way how God has opened up doors for me. 3 Blind Mice will bring the 90’s back."
Arthur R. Fitzhugh III
Arthur R. Fitzhugh III is an actor, singer, and model from Baltimore, MD. After graduating from Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, he attended Penn State University majoring in Computer Science and Theatre.
While in college, he solidified his passion for the arts and took on lead and supporting roles in senior film projects. Following his time in school, Arthur has been published in Vogue Italia, and moved to Los Angeles to further pursue his career as a multi-faceted artist.
Arthur is looking forward to giving this incredible show to the world, and describes playing the role of Kevin in 3 Blind Mice as a, "dream come true".
Dexter Lamont was born in Toledo, Ohio. He first fell in love with acting at the young age of 7. He was a part of a number of different plays growing up and took many classes at the local talent agency Starbound Ent.
He continued his studies at Cleveland State University where he majored in theater and dramatic arts while starring in various short films and local commercials. While at Cleveland State, he also joined Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. Alpha Omega Chapter. Since graduating school, he has moved to Atlanta, Georgia to further his career in acting.
Dexter is very excited for this new opportunity, stating: “To be a part of such an amazing project like 3 Blind Mice is truly a blessing and I can’t wait for everyone to see it!”
Ford Nelson portrays the pivotal role of “Owen,” a young, misunderstood man hailing from the grand state of Massachusetts. Ford has been on stage from an early age, first performing for his church’s congregation at the ripe age of 6. He attended NC State University, foolishly perusing a Wood Science Degree.
After two years of dissatisfaction, Ford took the plunge, dropped out of school, and has been pursuing acting full time.
After working in Raleigh with the touring theatre group, Theater Delta, Ford decided to relocate to Atlanta, making the shift from theatre to film. Ford brings a dynamic complexity to his roles, and understands the importance of reserving any judgement towards the characters he portrays. Ford is excited for what is on the horizon, both for his personal career and for 3 Blind Mice.
Kasean Reeves is a Poet/Musician from Baltimore Maryland. Her passion for plays and performance began at the age of ten at Arena Players Historical Theater; she was involved in plays such as ‘The Brutebeast’ ‘Greece’ and more. Kasean attended Baltimore School for the Arts where she strengthened her singing voice and learned how to perform in Operas and Musicals. Outside of scholastics in the Art, Kasean performed with play troups such as ‘Raw Poetry Production’ and has curated shows such as ‘Sister Queens’, a poetry collective of three amazing poets in the city of Baltimore embodying the different aspects of the Orisas. As well as ‘Bless Tha Mic’ an open mic held at a black owned restaurant called ‘Ida B’s Table’.
Megan Therese Rippey is a Baltimore-born actor living and working in Los Angeles. She received a BA from St. Mary's College of Maryland in Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies, and an MFA in Acting from CalArts. Recent film credits include the indie fantasy-thriller Mermaid Down (2019), the indie Western Badland (2019), the indie action-thriller Final Kill (2019), and the leading role in the indie Western She Was The Deputy’s Wife (2021), which wrapped production in March 2020. Megan also frequently travels the country as an Equity theatre actor, most recently portraying Norma in Perfect Arrangement, Marie Antoinette in Marie Antoinette, and the roles Halina, Margaret and Betty in Red Velvet (for which she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Play by Theatre Tampa Bay), all at freeFall theatre in St. Petersburg, FL. In 2015 she originated the role of Gidget in the world premiere of Pussy Valley by Katori Hall (Mixed Blood Theatre, MN). She is also a solo theatre performance artist and her one-woman show, Deer Woman, premiered at the 2019 Solo Creation Festival at Son of Semele in Los Angeles, then was selected for Solofest 2020 at Whitefire Theatre and was chosen as one of the Best of the Fest.
Natasha M. Gallop will play BRITTANIE in 3 Blind Mice. She is an Atlanta based actor from Newark, NJ. She received her Bachelors in Mass Communications at Paine College and later went on to receive her MFA in Acting at The Catholic University of America in Washington DC.
While in DC, Natasha had the pleasure of being a theater company member with Dog & Pony DC as well as acting in a number of productions such as, ‘We Happy Few’, ‘Imagination Stage’, and ‘Theater Alliance’ to name a few. Natasha can currently be seen throughout Maryland as the face of the Look Alive campaign where she, as Signal Woman, promotes road sharing safety practices. Her latest film project is a short film called Lotus that will be released mid June.