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The Cast

C. James Roberts

C. James Roberts, (Jim) originally from Standish, Maine, has been working in theatre for a little over two decades. As a theatre major at Bates College, he performed in a variety of productions such as Romy in "Romy vs. Julie", Burt in "Etta Jenks" and Raging Hormones in "Let's Talk About Aids." After college he spent most of his theatrical time working with "The Originals" at the Saco River Grange Hall in Bar Mills, Maine. Some of his favorite roles there are Julien in "Communicating Doors", Sister Mary Hubert in "Nunsense I & II" and Victor Mulkey Hood in "Little Egypt."

Though theatre is his passion, he's no stranger to the big screen. His first film role was the Taxi Driver in "The Ballad of Ida and Doob," a Honey Tree Films Production. This short lead to their next feature film production "Mr. Barrington" where Jim played Richard starring opposite Eric Shweig (Last of the Mohicans).

In real life, Jim runs a small family business, "Unique & Affordable Custom Graphics" with his equally talented and beautiful wife Molly W. B. Roberts and soon to be zombie sister Vickie Lane. He is an avid musician, Muppet aficionado, and a huge fan of Zombie movies.




Molly W Bryant Roberts

This is Molly's second film with Empty House and she is very excited for another opportunity to work with Andy. Though thoroughly terrified by all things undead, she welcomes the chance to either overcome those fears, or put them to good use screaming for the camera.

While Molly's first love is the stage, she does have some film credits as well. Molly played Sarah in "The Dark," and was a nun in the feature film "Mr. Barrington," as well as providing the all-important role of stand-in. Molly also worked as costume assistant for this film. She is currently working on another film project titled "Move Your Face," a spoof on reality game shows, with Topper Carew.

When not making millions on her movie deals, Molly can usually be seen acting with the Originals out of Bar Mills, Maine at the Saco River Grange Hall. In all her spare time, Molly runs a business in Biddeford, Maine with her husband C. James Roberts and sister-in-law Vickie Lane, and enjoys her enslavement to her two cats.






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