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William Baldwin

Plays “Robert” in No Address 

3rd youngest brother of the Baldwin brothers. You know him from Backdraft with Kurt Russell, Fair Game with Cindy Crawford, Sliver with Sharon Stone, Flatliners with Julia Roberts, Kiefer Sutherland and Kevin Bacon, Internal Affairs with Richard Gere and the recent Dakota movie with Abbie Cornish and many more.



Plays “Violet” in No Address 

This amazing singer is a Grammy Award Winner and a talented actress. She even has her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. You also know her from Resident Evil with Milla Jovovich, Coach Carter with Samuel Jackson and Stuck with Giancarlo Esposito.


“I was truly moved. I love that the script was able to portray so many different sides of the spectrum of this heartbreaking, massive problem we have. I immediately wanted to be a part of this important work. The characters and the real-life work the producers and team are doing, will make this a monumental and impactful film. I love being able to give back, bring awareness and help our communities however I can.”



Xander Berkeley

Plays “Harris” in No Address 

You know him from Terminator 2 with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Air Force One with Harrison Ford, Shanghai Noon with Jackie Chan, Apollo 13 with Tom Hanks, Taken with Liam Neeson, A Few Good Men with Tom Cruise, Gattaca and numerous other movies. He's been in an amazing 125 titles for television including 24 with Kiefer Sutherland and The Walking Dead. He's also part of the upcoming 3rd season of Apple's hit crime anthology series, Truth Be Told.


“I was inspired to be a part of this film because for so long I have wanted to find a way to help. I lived in Los Angeles for many years, and felt compelled to bring food to people I saw who looked hungry and alone. Just by sitting and spending a little time talking and mostly listening, you could see how much people everywhere just need to be heard and felt and cared about.”

-Xander Berkeley

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Lucas Jade Zumann

Plays “Jimmy” in No Address 

Known for Anne With an E with Amybeth McNulty, 20th Century Women with Annette Bening (the film also received an Oscar Nominee for best screenplay at the Academy Awards), Every Day with Angourie Rice and Sinister 2 with Shannyn Sossamon.


“Something that really struck me about the screenplay for No Address was the genuine attempt at capturing a glimpse into the lives of people who call the street their home. I want stories like this to be told, because I myself want to be an audience member. I have witnessed the effects of homelessness in my community before and during the pandemic. Equal opportunity and affordable housing are issues I take very seriously.”

-Lucas Jade Zumann

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Ty Pennington

Plays “Mr. Mills” in No Address 

He has three Primetime Emmy Awards and is a New York Times best-selling author. You know him as the sensational TV host from Extreme MakeoverTrading Spaces and many others.

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Patricia Velasquez

Plays “Gabrielle” in No Address 

Known for The Mummy and The Mummy Returns with Brendan Fraser, The Curse of La Llorna with Linda Cardellini, Arrested Development with Jason Bateman and many more.

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Isabella Ferreira

Plays “Lauren” in No Address 

Known for Marvel’s Wastelanders: Wolverine podcast series, Crush with Rowan Blanchard, 28 episodes of Love Victor with Michael Cimino and several others.


Beverly D’Angelo

Plays “Dora” in No Address 

She plays wife “Ellen” in all the National Lampoon’s vacation movies with Chevy Chase. She also starred in Violent Night with John Leguizamo that came out this past December. She’s known for numerous films including Coal Miner’s Daughter with Sissy Spacek, the Griswald vacation movies with Chevy Chase, Pacific Heights with Melanie Griffith, Michael Keaton and numerous more.


"In preparing for the role by speaking directly to the people on our streets, in encampments, and in the shelter system, I came to believe very strongly that the core issue among the homeless is that of mental health. Whether this is organic or situationally induced, it is the single consistent commonality in all the people I spoke to and was spoken to about. So, I fought hard to deepen the character description of 'a Hollywood actress who fell on hard times when she couldn't remember her lines' to a more fully embodied character who is the victim of untreated mental illness. The role I play as 'Dora' represents that truth."

-Beverly D'Angelo


Kristanna Loken

Plays “Kim” in No Address 

Known for Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines with Arnold Schwarzenegger, In The Name of the King with Jason Statham, BloodRayne with Michael Madsen and numerous more.

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