Three stoners engage in illegal and immoral vigilantism in order to expose their college’s entitled elite known as “The Undesirables”
"The Undesirables" is a dark comedy tv pilot written and executive produced by Drew Norton (Adian Guy). "The Undesirables" follows around three stoners, Aidan Guy (played by Drew Norton), Snake (played by Bijan Shemirani), and Marcus (played by Cassandre Presume), as they attempt to figure out why their "undesirable" friend "Sam" (played by Dylan Garret) would take a baby sitting gig.
Along the way they cross paths with Ms. Perfect "Molly" (played by Sarah Heilbronner) as well as their teacher "Anuj Manish" (played by Raj Bond) who want nothing more than to get these cloud climbers out of their lives.
Do these cloud climbers find out why "Sam" takes a baby sitting job? Is it as strange as they seem to think it is? Do "Molly" and "Anuj" find a way to rid themselves of them entirely? Stay tuned to find out! Subscribe to our mailing list to get the most recent updates!
Drew Norton is an actor, writer, and producer in Chicago(land). Originally from small town Indiana, he played basketball briefly in college, where he sustained a career-ending ankle injury. To fill the void basketball had left, he found passion in writing and acting. He’s a student of The Second City in Chicago and was part of a college improv group. He has written two pilots and two feature length screenplays.
Bijan Shemirani is an actor from the northwest suburbs of Chicago. He is of Iranian, Irish and Scottish decent. Bijan attended The University of Kansas and received a degree in Theatre and Political Science. In his free time he enjoys doing stand up comedy, watching The Office, playing soccer and cheering on Manchester United. Rock Chalk Jayhawk.
Cassandre Presume, got his start in acting in high school and never looked back. Acting in college, and being heavily involved in social media (Vine, Buzzfeed, the onion), Cassandre has also managed to amass a good following via self created content
Raj is a Chicago(land) native and a graduate of the William Esper Studio in New York City. His Chicago theatre credits include work with Remy Bumppo Theatre and Silk Road Rising (Pumblechook/Orator in Great Expectations) as well as work with Rasaka Theater and Chicago Dramatists. His television appearances include Empire on FOX and Aquarius on NBC. Raj is a proud peacock represented by Paonessa Talent Agency
A Second City Improv alum and Chicago Native, Leo Arias has been a part of the Taco Flavored Eggrolls sketch comedy group for a while and has shot many music videos around the world. He has performed along side comedians: Mark Viera, Jill Michele Millian, Lupe Sanchez and Sun Hong in both stand up and sketch comedy. Also a working musician, producer and rapper, he excels in musical improv, sketch comedy, voice over and on screen acting as well.
Steve Lennertz is a Chicago based actor and grew up in Northwest Indiana. During his high school years his family moved to the northern suburbs of Chicago. He has appeared in the short films Iris, Confidence Men, and Goodbye Harvard, among others. On television he appeared in an episode of Chicago Fire in season one. Stage credits include the Marijuanarama comedy sketch series at Gorilla Tango theatre and the play Giving Ground, from Artistic Home theatre company.
Robert has worked on various theatre and film projects. He was in a pilot called Cerebral “Skookum” that premiered at Series Fest in Denver Co. in 2018. He played the role of young Neil. He guest starred on Chicago Med season 3 premiere as Ryan Potter. He enjoys spending time with his family and friends.
Hayden Weaver, 25 years old. Previously a cast member of MTV’s “Are You The One?” and “Are You The One: Second Chances” Originally from Anderson, Indiana.
A farmboy from rural Iowa took a pitstop in Chicago that's led to a journey of a lifetime. Trader, musician, actor, filmaker, yogi, athlete, and best of all a father.
Jakub Wasowski is a freelance camera operator based in Chicago. His passion for film started right after high school and continues until this day. He loves being on set just as much as he loves his turtle Sebastian.