Brittany Susko is an Atlanta native who graduated with a BFA in Acting from Elon University, located in beautiful green Burlington, NC. Upon graduation, she returned to Atlanta to continue pursuing her acting career and secured representation with Houghton Talent where her first booking was for a SAG national commercial for Panoxyl. She started building her film and TV resume by booking the role of Janice the Clerk in Army Wives and further diversifying her portfolio by taking on Joanne the recovering meth addict in BET’s The Game. She continued to develop her film resume by teaming up with Atlanta Models and Talent and appeared on Lifetime’s The Life of Anna Nicole Smith, 20th Century Fox’s Let’s Be Cops, and VH1’s Hindsight.
She enjoys encouraging and supporting actors from behind the camera, too! Her professional reader credits include the award-winning hit TV shows Atlanta, MTV’s Finding Carter, VH1’s Hindsight and Single Ladies. She also enjoyed reading for Daniel Gillies who has gone on to stardom (The Originals, Spiderman 2) -- and she hopes to say that about Wondergirls clients she reads for, too!
In addition, she has in-depth knowledge about the world of casting through extensive extras casting experience, including The Change-Up, American Reunion, The Watch, Necessary Roughness, The Hunger Games II, Mockingjay I & II, Single Ladies, Magic City, Kill the Messenger, The Fast and the Furious 6 & 7, Almanac, Life of the Party, Logan Lucky, and The Leisure Seeker.
When she is not acting, Brittany enjoys horses, aerial silks, bright colors, positive quotes and picnics with her pug, Fierya.
Inge Uys (pronounced Inga Ice) was born in Pretoria, South Africa and emigrated to the small horse town of Ocala, Florida with her parents and two sisters during her middle school days.
It was at Ocala’s performing arts school that Uys started acting after being accepted into the performing arts magnet program her junior year. Upon graduating high school, she moved to Orlando, Florida and studied acting at the University of Central Florida where she was one of six women accepted into the Bachelor of Fine Arts acting program. Uys played a variety of theatrical roles until she made her screen debut as the title character in the feature film Haima. Since Haima, Uys has played lead or supporting roles in over 20 independent films and most recently made her network debut on CBS as the Dutch Tech on MacGyver.
In addition to her film, TV, and national commercial credits, Uys has won several acting awards and distinctions and is a four-time winner of Ocala Civic Theatre’s Bright Young Artist College Scholarship.
When she is not acting, her hobbies include cooking, music, reading, watching movies and great television, fitness (she’s an avid yogi), improvisation, attending live theatre and musical performances, exploring the outdoors and spending time with loved ones.
Off-camera, she is known for her humorous wit, adventurous spirit, and familial devotion.