Cast & Crew


Ashley Schultz is a young, up and coming actress who was born and raised in Salem, New Hampshire.  With an extensive modeling background since the age of 5, she signed with the Boston Modeling Agency and recently moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career.

In her teens, she signed with top modeling agency, Dynasty Model and did many runway shows and several commercials.  In addition, she was cast as a lead in two student productions and won the Best Actress Award at Agoura Hills High School.  She also garnered a school track record as an athlete in several varsity sports, and was named an All Conference Athlete. 

In the 2004 Miss Teen New Hampshire USA pageant, she placed strongly as the 1st runner up where she showcased her abilities in dancing and singing. 

Recently, she appeared in a music video for Bo Bice from American Idol fame and landed several Los Angeles modeling assignments as well as roles in several Indie films.

Ashley currently studies acting under Margie Haber Studios and Bruce Ducat’s Studio Actreel.  She continues to audition for featured roles and pursue her acting career.


Lathan Crowe was born in San Francisco, California of French and Brazilian parentage and grew up in San Francisco, Sao Paulo, Jerusalem, and Montreal.  While overseas, he received a British education at the Anglican school in Jerusalem. 

After graduating from the University of California, Davis with a degree in theater and stage design, he studied drama at the Beverly Hills Playhouse, TVI Actors Studio, and the Carolyne Barry Studios. 

As a member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), he has appeared in several television series including Felicity, Jack & Jill, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer.  Recently, he appeared in a commercial for Disneyland Hong Kong. 

Lathan’s interests include his passion for songwriting and music, keeping fit at the gym, travel, and is fluent in French, Arabic, Hebrew, Spanish, and Portuguese.  He continues to appear in features, commercials, and print ads. 


Monique Parent was born in San Luis Obispo, California and is a versatile veteran Hollywood actress who has starred in over 75 feature films.

When she was three years old, she began studying ballet and later went on to study tap and jazz.  At the tender age of nine, she caught the acting bug when cast in a local community theater rendition of Fiddler on a Roof.  After high school, she attended Allan Hancock College where she studied theater and dance and discovered acting was her life’s passion.  She immediately moved to Los Angeles and refined her acting skills studying under famed actor, Jeffrey Tambor and director, Milton Katselas for seven years. 

As a member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), she has appeared in various films and television series.  She guest starred on the television series Walker: Texas Ranger, landed a supporting role in the film LA Confidential, and was cast for the part of Ursula Undress in the film James Dean: Race with Destiny.

Monique is known as an icon in the “softcore” film genre, not just for her sultry looks but also for her skillful acting ability.  She continues to appear in upcoming features and television productions. 


Gregory Ekmekjian first gained interest in filmmaking after viewing the film Raiders of the Lost Ark as a small child.  This experience sparked his visual storytelling ability and he began making super 8mm films and home movies using family and friends as subjects. 

As a student at the University of Southern California School of Cinema-Television Production Program, he wrote and directed several narrative and documentary films as well as numerous multi-camera television productions. 

After graduation, he established Watchman Productions which develops and produces independent films.

In addition to filmmaking, he also gages his creative energy in other mediums as a freelance nature photographer and a musician. 

Adult Behavior marks Gregory Ekmekjian’s directorial debut.

LOREN MARSH (Writer) –

Loren Marsh wrote, produced, and directed the acclaimed short film Virginity, starring Amanda Peet (The Whole Nine Yards, Saving Silverman), which screened at various festivals around the world including the Berlin Film Festival, Telluride Film Festival, Los Angeles Independent Film Festival, and the Hamptons Film Festival.  

After accepting a graduate fellowship from Stanford University, he received a master’s degree in Latin and Ancient Greek.  During this time, he wrote, produced, and directed Mission, a CinemaScope feature set in the Mission District of San Francisco starring Joshua Leonard and released by Vanguard Cinema. 

Loren wrote, produced, and directed his second feature Invitation to a Suicide, which world premiered at the AFI Los Angeles Film Festival in 2004.  In addition, he wrote the short film The Youth In Us, directed by Joshua Leonard, which screened at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival.

J.H. LEE (Producer) –

J.H. Lee is a writer and producer who was born in Los Angeles, California and lived in Taiwan for a number of years before moving back to the United States. 

While attending the University of Southern California School of Cinema-Television Program, he wrote and directed several narrative films and television productions.  In addition, he produced an innovative commercial for Vans Shoes. 

After graduation and a life altering trip through Eastern Europe, he decided to concentrate on screenwriting and motion picture development.  He founded Silk Road Films which specializes in developing projects with Asian and US talent and has pitched a motion picture project to several prominent Hong Kong and Hollywood production companies, including Sony Pictures. 

J.H. Lee continues to produce independent films and is currently developing a short action film that will begin production next year.


Jermaine Stegall was born in Joliet, Illinois where at a very early age he wrote his first theatrical music composition.

During his time at Northern Illinois University, the University of North Texas, and the University of Southern California Film Scoring Program, he studied computer music design, arranged and performed jazz. 

During his time at the University of Southern California, he won the BMI endowed scholarship for excellence in music for film. 

Toward the end of his second semester at the University of Southern California, he became composer Marco Beltrami’s first intern during the post-production of the film I,Robot.  This ultimately led to an opportunity to work as a music orchestrator, learning the technical aspects of film scoring, electronic music design, and eventually working closely with composer Jon Ehrlich on television series such as House M.D., Tru Calling, Conviction, The Mountain, Invasion, and Waterfront.

Jermaine recently scored the emotionally-charged feature film Love Conquers All and also worked with director Issa Lopez on Warner Bros. international production Efectos Secundarios, released theatrically in Mexico September 2006.