Cast - PREP SCHOOL - A Film by Sean Nichols Lynch - Now On Demand
CARLY SCHROEDER (Kyra)
Carly rose to stardom on the small screen as Serena Baldwin in Port Charles and as Melina Bianco on the Disney Channel’s Lizzie McGuire, a role she reprised in the hit show’s big-screen adaptation in 2003.
She went on to play the part of Millie in the Sundance hit Mean Creek, an acclaimed performance that led to high-profile roles such as Firewall opposite Harrison Ford, and as the lead role of Grace Bowen in the sports drama Gracie, opposite Elisabeth Shue. Her TV credits include appearances on Law & Order: SVU, Ghost Whisperer, Dawson's Creek, and Cold Case.
For her harrowing performance as campus activist Kyra Matheson in Prep School, Carly won Best Actress in a Dramatic Feature at the 2015 Studio City Film Festival.
BEN BELLAMY (Caleb)
Ben was born in London, but lived in the Bay Area between the ages of 8 and 17, before moving back to London for college, where he got an MA in Shakespeare from the University of London while also running his own theatre company. He trained as an actor at Drama Studio London, and since then, he toured Italy performing classic English plays for Italian students and playing Demetrius in A Midsummer Night's Dream at the RSC Fringe Festival in Stratford-upon-Avon.
Ben makes his feature film debut in Prep School as Caleb Zechman, a warped art student who targets a peer for a nasty come-uppance. For his performance in the film, Ben won Best Actor in a Dramatic Feature at the 2015 Studio City Film Festival.
TAYLOR LAMBERT (Tom)
Taylor graduated with a B.A. in Theatre from Bard College, after training at NYU Tisch in New York City. In 2012, Taylor signed with Stars the Agency in San Francisco and has since appeared in over 40 performances, including major roles in films, plays, musicals, corporate industrials, national commercials, motion capture video games, and national television programs.
In 2014, Taylor co-founded Coffee & Catchup, a way to connect and unite artists and filmmakers of the Bay Area to help foster a stronger community.
In Prep School, Taylor plays the lead role of Tom Warner, a brilliant but naive student who finds himself rising up against his childhood friends.
AUSTIN SCOTT (Tony)
A versatile actor on screen and stage, Austin starred in his first theatrical production at age 8 and his first national commercial for Chia Pets at age 10. Since then, Austin has had leading roles in several films including They Found Hell, Bee Season, and the TV series Trauma.
Since wrapping on Prep School, Austin has commanded the stage in such performances as Jerry Mitchell's Broadway musical Gotta Dance, Lin Manuel Miranda's In the Heights (Hangar Theater Company / Ithica, NY), and the off-Broadway musical One Day, from the producers of Rock of Ages.
In Prep School, Austin takes on the role of St. Eligius’ ruthless rugby captain Tony Graham.
STEPHEN BROOKINS (Greg)
After nearly two decades of directing and acting in countless theatre productions, short films, and web series, Stephen made his feature film debut in Prep School.
He has since appeared in numerous commercials and award-winning short films, and continues to pursue acting professionally in Los Angeles.
Stephen plays star rugby player Greg Markham in Prep School, whose world collapses after learning of his girlfriend’s infidelity.
CLAYTON ROHNER (Swanson)
Clayton is known for his breakout role as Rick Morehouse in the 1985 comedy Just One of the Guys and in such films as Modern Girls, April Fool’s Day, Jobs, and The Relic, as well as guest appearances in such popular TV shows as Dollhouse, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Weeds, Burn Notice, Miami Vice, Bones, The X Files, The Mentalist, CSI, Justified, Angel, and the final episode of E.R.
In Prep School, Clayton portrays Dr. Larry Swanson, a hard-nosed English teacher on the St. Eligius faculty.
STEWART FINLAY-McLENNAN (Coach Winters)
Stewart hails from Broken Hill, Australia and may be best known for his role as Dr. Neil MacNeill on the beloved TV series Christy, with appearances on such hit shows as Lost, Six Feet Under, Monk, and Growing Pains.
Stewart has also had major roles in such films as National Treasure, opposite Nicolas Cage and Sean Bean, and The Alamo, opposite Dennis Quaid and Billy Bob Thornton.
Prep School sees Stewart’s return to the screen as John Winters, the ribald coach of the St. Eligius rugby team.