Malea Emma Tjandrawidjaja is an Indonesian American actress who lives in Los Angeles. Her acting in A24's feature film After Yang (2022) opposite Colin Farrell gains rave reviews from critics such as Awards Watch, The Hollywood Reporter and Indie Wire. She is also known for her recurring guest star roles on iCarly (2021) and on Disney Channel shows Coop and Cami Ask the World (2018) and Raven's Home (2017).

Malea is also a singer. Her National Anthem video in LA Galaxy game went viral in 2018 and was included in Google Year in Search in 2018. She was cast as Molly in the star studded Annie musical at the Hollywood Bowl in July 2018 and her performance gained great reviews from media such as LA Times, Times Squares Chronicles and Broadway World. She was invited to sing "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" with Tony and Grammy awards winner, Jennifer Holliday, on Good Morning America and was invited to audition on American Idol and was awarded with golden ticket even though she was too young to compete.

Cairo Zion is a SAG AFTRA-e teen actor, model, and athlete. But, he is most known for his athletic ability, and uncanny balance. Whistle Sports filmed a mini-documentary about Cairo for their series "No Days Off," and he was the lead in a series by "Got Milk," ft. Spice Adams. He is also well-known as a competitor on "American Ninja Warrior Jr." Cairo was the recipient of the 2022 "Global Child Prodigy Award" in Dubai for his athleticism. The prestigious event was hosted by his Highness, Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, who heads the United Arab Emirates Ministry of Culture, Youth, and Social Development. He earned the title of Costa Rican "Grom of the Year" for Skimboarding in 2018, but he is also known for doing extreme sports such as surfing, skateboarding, wake-boarding, unicycle stunts and freeline skates.

Diagnosed with dyslexia at age 7, he began making vlogs about his struggles and became very passionate about telling his story. His advocacy has reached classrooms as far as India and Costa Rica. Because of this, Cairo was highlighted at the Asia Pacific Dyslexia Forum 2021 in Japan. He was born in New York City's west village, to parents who instilled a passion for travel at a very young age. Cairo has traveled extensively; but his heart lies in the "off the beaten path" areas of Miami, New York City, Costa Rica, Rishikesh India, and Dubai. Cairo's background is very diverse. His heritage is a mix of European, Puerto Rican, West African, and even Native American (Comanche, and Taino). His step-father is Sikh from New Delhi, so he has been raised closely with the traditions of India, as well.

Abigail Lopez who plays the role of Amy, is so excited to be part of the Sunflower Girl film. She has had a busy year while working on her fourth independent film and will be seen in Sesame Street on PBS/HBO Max this fall. Abigail has appeared in three Laurie Berkner music videos and was a guest star on “Wired Magazines- 5 Levels of Difficulty”.  She took an “Inside Broadway Intensive” program that included Broadway-style choreography.
Abigail is an avid reader and she loves to play the “Star Spangle Banner” on the piano. She is so grateful for the director Holly M. Kaplan for believing in her and giving her this amazing opportunity. Abigail would like to thank her acting/ singing coaches and her family and her pet beta fish Willie for their supporting her passions.

Daniel Girdo is a New Yorker. He spent his childhood in Brooklyn next to Prospect Park. He started climbing everywhere before he could walk. At age of 5 he spent one year in Moscow, Russia where he was exposed to a different language and culture that enriched his life experience. Daniel has been athletic his whole life. He did competitive gymnastics for five years. But as soon as he discovered skateboarding at the age of ten, it became his new passion. Daniel met many people through the skateboarding community and made many friends. Daniel likes to draw his own cartoon characters. He skates and has his own youtube channel where he talks about skateboarding and teen topics.  Daniel is interested in filmmaking and an acting career.

Besides acting on camera and on stage, Fanny Lawren also develops podcasts and emcees events in Cantonese, Mandarin and English. Fanny used to have a lifestyle show called, "Fun with Fanny" which was broadcasted nationwide in the US and in Greater China. She had also produced a TV documentary series "Routes: The Spiritual Odyssey of Chinese American Artists" which showcases the spiritual odyssey of 12 well-established Chinese American visual artists.
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