Alron Phillips is an American producer, director, cinematographer, screenwriter, actor, singer, songwriter, music producer, and owner of NuJuRu Studios and NuJuRu Records, subsidiaries of NuJuRu Entertainment LLC.
He attended MediaTech Instituted in Dallas, TX where he received certifications in Recording Techniques, Live Sound, Producing and Songwriting, Mixing and Mastering, Business of Music, and Business Communications. He's been working in the music industry since 2006.
In 2020, Alron studied film while attending FIRST Instituted under the film production program. There he graduated with honors and would become his class' valedictorian.
With an endless array of projects being planned, he's poised to have a very promising and successful career in the entertainment industry.
as Dr. Carol Frye
Melissa Baird, lead actress in “Methodical.” She plays Dr. Carol Frye, a prominent award-winning psychiatrist and psychologist. Melissa’s approach to the character was nothing short of amazing. The emotions she pulled out of this character will leave you breathless.
as Steven Richardson Jr.
Pete Penuel, lead actor in “Methodical.” He plays Steven Richardson Jr. a patient of Carol’s who suffers from Extreme MPD and PTSD (or does he?). Pete’s approach to the character will take you off guard. His charm and charisma take you off balance from the character's real intent. He makes you like him and yet there’s something off. His character portrayal pulls you in and you just can’t resist until it’s too late.
Nicole Wanderley-MacLennan is a born and raised Floridian whose background in high school performing arts led her to a fulfilling career throughout Orlando's theme park industry. With her debut performance as Shelby in "Methodical," she reignited her passion for the camera.
In her spare time, she enjoys reading a good book with her husband and dogs by her side."
as Patient #1/Wife
Charleen Russell (born Charleen Michelle Lopez) was born in Miami, Florida to two Nicaraguan immigrants who sought refuge in the United States during the Nicaraguan revolution that occurred in the 1970s and 1980s. At a young age Charleen, being an artistic individual, aspired to become an actress. She grew up taking dance classes, being a cheerleader in middle school and entering water sports during high school. In college was when she gained a taste for theatre when she had a role in The Vagina Monologues. However, she was raised to attain an education and work at attaining the American dream. She eventually graduated pharmacy school as one of the youngest in her class in the year 2014 from the University of Florida. Charleen married Jeremy Russell and moved to Ocala, Florida. That was when she decided to try acting as she succeeded in gaining an education, yet still felt a need to express herself artistically. Since then, Charleen has been a part of a few short films such as "Pirates of the Caribbean," "Ponder," "Diary of a Wimpy Alien: Predator rules," "My New Family," and "Methodical." She has been a background actress in productions such as "The Walking Dead," "Black Mafia Family," and "Step Up: High Water." Charleen continues to explore the independent film market where her work can be seen at film festivals.
as Patient #2/Husband
Abel Rosario is a non-union actor. He was born in New York City in 1985, to Puerto Rican parents, but was raised in Bayamón Puerto Rico. He enlisted in the U.S. Army in his senior year of high school and served honorably for three years.
Abel currently resides in Kissimmee Florida with his wife and two children.
He's known for his roles in "Methodical," "Relentless," and "T'was The Night." He is currently booked to guest star in the first season of the series, "Camisado."
Abel is a fan of Horror, Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Action films. He is currently an up-and-coming action star who's comparable to the action star actor Vin Diesel.