as CLINT TOBIAS
Ken moved to Hawaii from Australia in 2005. His supporting role in “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” sparked a deeper interest in the craft of acting, and prompted him to enroll at Scott Rogers Studios in Honolulu. He has been in national and local commercials, co-starred twice in “Hawaii Five-0” (CBS-TV), and played a CIA technician alongside Bradley Cooper in Cameron Crowe’s “Aloha”. Ken goes by nickname Vish, does terrific character work and is a fantastic impersonator. He’s also a professional musician.
In Angel By Thursday he played Clint Tobias, a policeman and caregiver to Toby, his younger adopted brother, who after a terrible accident was left handicapped.
as TOBY TOBIAS
Born in Honolulu and raised on Hawaiʻi Island, Russell Kalani Subiono spent the last 10 years working in local film, TV, and radio. A veteran actor of indie projects and amusing local Hawaii commercials such as “Longs Drugs” and “Hawaii Energy”, he now works as Executive Producer of The Conversation at Hawaii Public Radio (HPR). Russell appeared twice in the popular “Hawaii Five-0” (CBS-TV) show in 2012 and 2020, played a dwarf in the indie short film “Poison Apple”, and starred in a handful of student films. In the moments when Russell’s not working, you can find him visiting donut shops, making top-5 lists, and developing comedy videos that never get made.
In Angel By Thursday, Russell played Toby Tobias, the developmentally-challenged younger brother of Clint, whose devotion to family and mysterious gift restore paths that were once separated, and connect those who were perhaps meant to be together.
as JULIA DENIS
Olga holds a degree in Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley, where she was also involved in improv and theater for social change. She has studied acting at the renowned Scott Rogers Studios in Honolulu, HI since 2011. She appeared in many short films, has worked on national and international commercials, including Disney, FUJI, and Ford. Together with her Australian-American co-stars, Olga co-produced and acted in “Anton Chekhov’s The Proposal”, a short film adaptation of Chekhov’s comedic play. Olga booked a principal role opposite Zac Efron and Adam DeVine in “Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates” (20th Century FOX), one of Hollywood’s funniest comedies, and landed a Co-Star role in “Hawaii Five-0” (CBS-TV).
In Angel By Thursday, Olga played Julia Denis, a successful but unhappy attorney living in Berlin, who receives a mysterious postcard from Hawaii prompting her to leave everything and go on a search for her long-lost biological mother.
as SARA DENIS
Originally from Florida, Jennifer lived in Hawaii for several years, during which she appeared in various independent films, commercials, and TV productions, but has spent most of her time as an actress on stage. Her first acting role was as the orphan Kate, in the debut European production of “Annie”. Favorite stage roles include Stella in “A Streetcar Named Desire”, Hallie in “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, Mrs. Mumler in the Florida premiere of “Summerland”, Germaine in Steve Martin’s “Picasso at the Lapin Agile”, and Nurse Ratched in “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”, which she also co-directed. Inspired by her passion and superior standards for live theater, Jennifer co-founded Darkside Theater at Ormond Beach, FL, where she currently produces, acts in various stage productions, and conducts acting workshops.
In Angel By Thursday, Jennifer played Sara Denis, a mother whose choices led to a lifetime of separation from her daughter. Having become a caretaker for a new family, she found herself battling an illness and the angst of being unforgiven.