Alicia Witt

Starting with her film debut in 1984 at the mere age of 7 as Alia in David Lynch’s science fiction classic, Dune, Alicia Witt has garnered nearly a three-decade long career as an actor and singer-songwriter.

Alicia received rave reviews for her role as Paula on Season 6 of AMC’s critically acclaimed series The Walking Dead. Witt also recently appeared on ABC’s hit drama series Nashville as country music star Autumn Chase. Alicia was just seen as Lily Sunder on the cult favorite Supernatural (CW) and she is returning to David Lynch's long anticipated Twin Peaks on Showtime, reprising her role from the original series.

 In 2014 Alicia joined the cast of the Emmy award-winning FX series Justified as Wendy Crowe, the smart and sexy paralegal sister of crime lord Danny Crowe. She made a provocative addition to this critically acclaimed series.

 Off screen a classically trained pianist and phenomenal singer, Alicia is one of those rare talents whose passion as a singer songwriter is also gaining tremendous attention from both the industry and her fans. Alicia is currently in the studio recording her newest album, 15,000 Days, with Grammy Award-winning producer Jacquire King (Kings of Leon, Norah Jones, Ingrid Michaelson, Tom Waits, James Bay).Alicia released her first full-length studio album, Revisionary History, in May 2015. The album has garnered comparisons to Elton John, Fiona Apple and Carole King. She has opened for Ben Folds Five, Jimmy Webb, and John Fullbright to name a few. She recently made her debut at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, and has also performed live as a musical guest on CBS’ Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and The Queen Latifah Show. Her music can be found at

Alicia’s many film credits include 88 Minutes alongside Al Pacino, Warner Bros.’ hit Two Weeks Notice opposite Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant, Last Holiday with Queen Latifah, Urban Legend, The Upside of Anger, Mr. Holland’s Opus, Four Rooms, Fun, and Vanilla Sky, directed by Cameron Crowe.

Alicia received the Special Jury Recognition Award for Acting at the Sundance Film Festival for Fun, in addition to being nominated for an Independent Spirit Award in the category of Best Debut Performance. She also won Best Actress at the US Comedy Arts Festival for Playing Mona Lisa.

Other significant roles that fans may recognize Alicia from include Showtime’s House of Lies, NBC’s Emmy Award winning Friday Night Lights, CBS’ The Mentalist and NBC’s Law & Order: Criminal Intent, alongside Chris Noth. She spent 4 years on the CBS hit show Cybill  and has also appeared on the HBO series The Sopranos, CBS’s Two and a Half Men, Ally Mcbeal, and David Lynch’s Twin Peaks.

On stage, Witt stared in Neil LaBute’s Tony nominated play Reasons to Be Pretty at the Geffen Playhouse. She also appeared at London’s Royal Court theatre in Terry Johnson’s Piano/Forte and made her West End debut with Neil LaBute’s The Shape of Things. She has also performed at Williamstown Theatre Festival and is a regular participant in the 24-Hour Plays on Broadway and the 24 Hour Musicals off-Broadway.

 Alicia is a triple threat in the business and no signs of slowing down are present in either Alicia’s demeanor, nor her actions and hunger for more.


Paul Carella

Paul is a Scottish singer/songwriter. Self taught, Paul learned his trade as a musician playing in the pubs and clubs of Glasgow before moving to London in 2009 to further his music career. Since then Paul has released a second studio album, which was followed by a 10 date tour in Nashville, Tennessee. That was followed by a UK tour in which Paul supported Alan Price (The Animals) and award winning L.A singer/songwriter Steve Carlson. Paul has also worked with Alabama 3 and The Steve Cradock Band. Over the last 4 years, Paul's music has been played on independent radio stations in the UK and the US.

Since a young age, Paul has shown a hunger for music. Finding his first idol at the age of 4 in Elvis Presley, singing along and following Elvis, move for move in his parents living room. That hunger was stifled for many years by a crippling shyness, that Paul eventually broke through and became the outgoing person he is today. Finding other influence in artists such as Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Bruce Springsteen and most recently Glen Hansard, Paul has matured into an artist of the people, writing songs about day to day life, relationships, hardships, topics that the people can really relate to.
Paul signed with music management, Downtown Artists in 2013.

He’s playing shows in UK, Scotland and Germany since he joined The Final Wish and Hayden Lee at their gig in Germany in November 2014.


You can buy his album “Carella” and the new EP “Dead Town” on Itunes and Amazon.