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-Writer, Creator, Producer,
Tiffany Stoker is an actor and singer who became tired of molding herself into characters she didn’t want to play, so she wrote her own. Classically trained, she’s performed in Australia, New York, and theatres throughout the midwest. From stage to film to recording studio, her creativity has never been limited. After studying with Kristin Hanggi (Tony nominated director), Tiffany reignited her love of writing and thus the creation of Burnout began.
In addition to creating Burnout and working through the process of production, Tiffany has since spent time writing characters and scripts for short films as well as creating the hit podcast, "Extra & Awesome".
Carolynn Cecilia is a writer and award winning filmmaker based in NYC. She has penned and produced narrative content for music artists such as David Bowie and The Smashing Pumpkins while also steering her own long form narrative projects. She thrives on the marriage of language and visual storytelling and is always looking for new and unique ways to experiment with structure, emotional connection and cinematic artistry.
Navdeep Tandon Is interventional and heart failure cardiologist who is from all over but considers Ohio his home. He has always had a passion for the arts and movies, so when he found out his high-school friend Tiffany Stoker had an idea for a show he jumped on the opportunity at being a first time executive producer to help the world see the genius and passion of both Tiffany and Shannon. He is excited to help others as well bring their creative vision and dreams to the small and big screen to the make the world a more entertaining place.
-producer, Creator, writer,
Shannon is an actress, producer and creator originally from Erie, PA. When she was accepted into the Integrated program at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in NYC, she jumped at the chance and never looked back.
Over the years Shannon has worked as both an actress and a producer on countless award winning shorts, web series and indie films. By working alongside the talented cast and crew of a hit CBS show for six seasons, she learned invaluable lessons about what happens on both sides of the lens. She credits her time on set as the best film school she could have ever attended.
Shannon recently wrapped roles in the award winning web series "East" and the short films "Last Laugh", "Boxes" and "Mooshrooms".
"The Reunion", in which she line produced and acted, recently won best feature at the 2021 SOHO International Film Festival.
-Director of photography
Toru Nishikubo is a Japanese-born cinematographer. After spending number of years working in documentary he has developed the desire for more artistic control and psychological impact on viewers and found a way to express his artistry through cinema. He also defines cinema as a team effort where, when the team is in sync, miracles can happen. His aesthetic and work ethic are reflected in numerous narrative films and commercials that have received wide recognition.
Neel is an Assistant Professor of Urology at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation and first-time executive producer of a television show. He brings a unique perspective to the TV industry and is surrounded by a talented and hardworking team at Burnout. He has years of experience in the medical field, specifically in men’s health and infertility, providing him with a deep understanding of human behavior. He is eager to learn the ropes of the entertainment business and to create something that viewers will enjoy and appreciate.
-Unit Production manager
Evan was born on the plains of Kansas and grew up in the Rocky Mountains in Eastern Colorado. He moved to Los Angeles at the age of 18, graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and then moved to New York with the award-winning production of “The Columbine Project” to star in its Off-Broadway premiere, a role for which he won Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of Brooks Brown. Other credits include "Blue Bloods”, “Shadow of Doubt”, "Red Dead Redemption”, and many international voiceover credits. As a producer, Evan produced the award winning short film "CARE" in 2021 and is currently in development of the feature film "Vicky's Big Break". He was the EP and line producer on “Harlem Knights” and TV pilot “Somebody's Girlfriend.”
While film and television production is Evan's true passion, he is also a proud member of the LGBTQI+ community, the eldest of six brothers, a personal trainer and the sober beverage director of a top NYC restaurant.
"Creating something out of nothing is the most fulfilling process - especially when you believe in the impact your vision can have on the people you love.
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