My Night with Andrew Cunanan - Cast

 

Adrian (Raul) Bustamante (Andrew Cunnanan)

Raul, a member of the Screen Actors Guild and AFTRA, has been in such television shows and films as "The Young and The Restless", "Dexter", "What Just Happened" and "Red Tails" to name a few.  A native of Northern CA Raul received his first break on NBC's short lived television show "Trauma" in which he played a supporting character named Brandon Trimmer.  Raul currently hosts an entertainment show for Yahoo called "The Y" and has multiple films and commercials coming out in 2011.  Adrian currently resides in Los Angeles CA.

 

Devin Kordt-Thomas is an American actor, director, writer and producer.

Born in Sturgis, Michigan and raised on the Mediterranean island of Malta, Devin’s background in Theatre began as a teen when he performed in several Shakespearean plays as part of the MADC – Malta’s oldest theatre company.  A former US Navy Sailor, Devin was stationed at the Pentagon for his tour.   After active duty he was accepted to study Meisner Technique at the prestigious William Esper Studio in Manhattan and lived at the Lower East Side underground Hotel 17 (The 120-room hotel Woody Allen used as the setting for his film “Manhattan Murder Mystery”).  Devin completed two years of Meisner Technique training on the West Coast with Jim Jarrett, Founder/Director of the Meisner Technique Studio and protégé of the late Sanford Meisner.  A member of SAG-AFTRA, Devin has acted in leading roles on television and several short films including "Captive", "The Blinding Truth", and "Wandering Eyes" among others.  "My Night with Andrew Cunanan" is his Directorial debut.  He is an Independent Producer and Founder of Vanitas Productions. 

 

Paul Baird (Bartender)

Paul Baird is an actor, writer, dancer, and musician. Though born in Santa Cruz, he spent much of his life performing while growing up abroad in West Africa, Egypt, and El Salvador where he learned Spanish and French.   His favorite productions include “Cabaret” (Emcee), “The Dark Season” (Macbeth), “Much Ado About Nothing” (Balthazar, Accordionist), “The Tempest” (Caliban), “Les Miserable” (Enjolras),  and “Camelot” (Lancelot).  Recently he played Odysseus, Hermes, and Achilles in the Stanford Summer Theater Festival.   Favorite original works include his award-winning co-written play “Ni UnaMás” (Voice 6) and his two autobiographical solo shows “My Brother’s Keeper” and “The White Knuckle Driver” (Over forty characters).  Award-winning films include “Spacing”, “Undocumented”, and “EBX-2087”.  He is pursuing a career in theater, film, and music in San Francisco, Los Angeles and abroad.

 

 Bob Saenz (Gay Bar Owner)

Bob has been a working actor and writer in both the Bay Area and Los Angeles for the last 20 years.  With acting roles in Francis Ford Coppola’s “Jack”, David Fincher’s “Zodiac”, Finn Taylor’s “Darwin Awards”, Chris Ford’s “The Village Barbershop”,  and Victor Goss’ “The Apocalypse According to Doris” among dozens of others.  He also had a six year run as the recurring character Sgt. Carl Hoskins on the CBS TV show “Nash Bridges”.   He does voiceover work on commercials, documentary films, and for video games, and was a DJ on KFRC and KYCY in San Francisco in the late 90’s. He does rewrites and polishes on film scripts for Producers, Directors, and Production Companies and has optioned six of his original scripts to Hollywood Production Companies and Studios.