Love, Sex, And Real Estate Cast

Frank Hanky (Valter)
Frank Hankey appeared in Margo Hammond’s The Button Man for ARTC. He has worked on Broadway (End of the World) Off-Broadway (The Dining Room, The Cocktail Hour), extensively in regional and summer theaters (Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Williamstown, Cincinnati, Salt Lake City) and on TV (Trial of Standing Bear). He studied acting at Brandeis University.
Rohan Lilien (Ugo)
Acting and performing is a great source of joy and challenge to Rohan who is signed with Stewart Talent NY and managed by Jackie Reid, LAU. He has appeared in a number of short films and a TV pilot (The Candy Store) to date. Rohan’s creative community is centered around Irondale’s Young Company and STREB Kid’s Company in Brooklyn. When not acting he loves to immerse himself in other worlds through illustrating, reading , watching film/TV (especially sci-fi & fantasy) and playing Dungeons & Dragons! He’s an Australian born New Yorker.
Katharine McLeod (Allison)
Katharine is an actor, director, and theater educator currently based in Brooklyn. She has performed with companies across the US and Canada, including Primary Stages, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Geva Theatre Center, Cape May Stage, Public Theatre of Maine, Vermont Shakespeare Company, and Sudbury Theatre Centre. Katharine’s solo play, My High-Heeled Life, toured to Toronto, Vancouver and Salem, Oregon in 2013 before its New York premiere at the 2014 Frigid Festival. Independent film credits include Abdo and Saneya, Juvenol, Morning Smoke, and Stepson. Directing work includes Marie Antoinette and Good Night Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet) for Theatre at Grenfell, BFF and Exit, Pursued by a Bear for SFUAD, and April Shorts for NY Madness. Katharine is currently on faculty at Circle in the Square and has been a guest artist at the Memorial University of Newfoundland, the Santa Fe University of Art and Design, and Willamette University. She holds a BA in Theatre and Performance Studies from the University of California, Berkeley, and an MFA in Acting from the University of Washington.
Eric Percival ( John)
Eric Percival has performed on stages in NYC, London, and throughout the US and Europe. Awards: Outstanding Supporting Actor - Planet Connections, The Picture of Dorian Grey; Outstanding Lead Actor - MITF, Bubby’s Shadow; Outstanding Lead Actor Nomination - MITF, Hamlet Bound and Unbound. Film: The Lepers, Carol’s Last Chance. TV: Farm Story, GTT Productions. Off- Broadway: My Purple Wig (Lion, Theatre Row), Mr. Bengt’s Wife (Strindberg Rep). Regional/Off-Off: A Snowfall in Berlin (Nylon Fusion), Island (NY Shakespeare Exchange), Mein Uncle (3V Theatre), Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (T. Schreiber Studio). Training: LAMDA (London), TSS (NY). Website: Eric Percival (Farm Story, The Lepers)
Roger Hendricks Simon (Sol)
2022: Recent winner of International Independent Film’s Best Supporting Actor award for LOVE IN KILNERRY currently in theatres nationwide and opening in NYC Aug. 19 and in L.A. Aug.26. Soon to be released Featured roles: opposite comedian Jim Gaffigan and Tony Shaloub in LINOLEUM, opposite Mario Cantone in producer James Ivory and Roy Szuper’s CAN’T LET IT GO and in Dan Simon’s ANOTHER YEAR TOGETHER. Oliver Stone called Roger ‘that wonderful actor and teacher in NYC” playing opposite Michael Douglas and Josh Brolin in Stone’s WALL STREET2. As producer, director and actor: THE BOYS OF LATE SUMMER and JIMMY’S CAFE at Newport Beach Film Festival, Sarah Levine Simon’s films LADY SHAPED LIKE A VASE and BREAD TODAY and her Off Broadway plays THE PORTRAIT and Ms. Simon and Mihai Grunfeld’s THE DRESSMAKER’S SECRET at 59E59 Theatres. Graduate of Yale School of Drama and founding member of Robert Brustein’s Yale Repertory Company. As director, actor or producer: Yale Rep, Joe Papp’s NY Shakespeare Festival, London’s Royal Court Theatre, Dublin’s Abbey Theatre, Edinburgh Festival, Lincoln Center, Brooklyn Academy of Music, La Mama, Roundabout, Juilliard Opera, L.A. Theatre Center, Williamstown Theatre Festival, O’Neill and Aspen Playwrights Conferences, Folger Shakespeare Group, Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival, PBS, Metromedia and BBC-TV. Mr. Simon won an NEA grant to produce and direct National Public Radio’s SIMON STUDIO PRESENTS. Recently he made his professional ballet debut as Drosselmeyer in THE NUTCRACKER with Abigail Simon for the Chicago Dance Conservatory. He has directed and taught in India, Pakistan, Iran, Nigeria, South Africa and throughout Europe for U.S.I.A. and U.S. State Dept., and at UCLA, Columbia U., Yale U, NYU, Juilliard and Brooklyn College. Mr. Simon is the Founding Artistic Director of both The Simon Studio since 1978 in NYC - - and the Classical Theatre Lab in L.A. (1990).