Kabir Chopra is an actor and filmmaker based in New York. He graduated from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in dramatic writing and has studied at Studio 4 and the Stella Adler studio.
Kabir has appeared in several short films, off-Broadway shows and TV series, including Madam Secretary. Recently, Kabir was a co-writer and acted in the horror feature Horror Time produced by James Franco and Rabbit Bandini productions.
He is also an award winning director, and his short film Vanilla won 3 awards at the Asian American Film Lab's 72 Hour Shootout.
Kabir has also written and published an e-Book about online dating called "Poke Me!" which is available on amazon.
Reema Sampat is an Indian American actress from Houston, TX, currently residing in New York City. She has studied at the Upright Citizen's Brigade, The Acting Studio, and at Studio 4.
Reema has most recently appeared in NBC's Shades of Blue. She is also a recurring character in season six of Orange is the New Black as Shruti Chambal, the show's first South Asian inmate. In addition to that, Reema is in season two of Marvel's Jessica Jones on Netflix.
Her feature film work includes Blood Surf, starring Lorelei Linklater, The Pretenders, directed by James Franco, I am Michael, which premiered at Sundance 2015, Reclaim, on Netflix, starring John Cusack, Ryan Philippe, and Jacki Weaver, and The Accident, on Amazon and iTunes.