Eric Radic is KRAG. Born and raised on the South Side of Chicago, Eric got hooked on performing after playing some scenes as Tim Robbins' double in High Fidelity. From there he worked plenty of background, performed in some theater, did a commercial, and gave boat tours on Lake Michigan and the Chicago River with Wendella and Shoreline sightseeing companies. He put in 5 years at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament in Schaumburg as a "Knight of the Realm" performing, riding horses, jousting, and sword fighting. From that point he moved to Las Vegas and performed in the Tournament of Kings show as a King (basically more riding, jousting, and sword fighting) at the Excalibur Casino for a year. Eric has been living the dream (LTD) in Hollywood since 2008 furthering his acting career. Over the past years he’s done some short films, commercials, web series, and other fun things including being Darth Vader for kids’ birthday parties. Eric also created the outrageous character Bruce Bagwell to serve as foreman of the Clownvis Mafia and bodyguard to the King of Clowns himself, Clownvis Presley. As Bruce he has toured the Hollywood comedy circuit with Clownvis, appeared in multiple music videos, and was a regular in the web series Clownvis Time. Eager for his next adventure, Eric strongly believes, "If I'm not having fun, what's the point?"
Adam grew up in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, playing video games, reading books, and dreaming of the time he would one day leave his homeland and fulfill his destiny as an epic hero. Upon arriving in the faraway land of Los Angeles, California in 2009 he discovered this long awaited chance at epicness. Directing and starring in Walking In Circles as Markus, Adam found the adventure he had always craved. He has since followed up this heroicness by co-producing and hosting the live celebrity video game hangout, Twin Galaxies Live where you could find him gaming, chatting, and growing his beard. Currently, Adam is hosting Winter is Coming Live, Entertainment Weekly and Fansided's Game of Thrones live fan reaction and discussion program.
Ben Burch is an LA based actor. He grew up in Colorado Springs, Colorado where he started theatre at a very young age through church. After a brief hiatus for competitive hockey, Ben joined the Fine Arts Center of Colorado Springs Repertory and Youth Repertory programs. He worked and learned with notable professionals such as Susan Dawn Carson, Alan Osburn, Kelly Walters, and Mark Hennessy. The Fine Arts Center allowed Ben to work in wonderful productions that include Godspell, Anything Goes, and the award winning She Loves Me. Ben then attended the University of Northern Colorado where he got a bachelors degree in musical theatre. He studied under Tom McNally, Ken Womble, John Leonard, and David Grapes II. Also in college, Ben worked on the productions of Assassins and Sir Patient Fancy under the tutelage of Brendon Fox. He then moved to LA where he now resides as an actor and writer. He is excited about his future in the acting world. Look for the upcoming webseries: The Bro Project, which is sure to be filled with laughs.
Katie Wilson, an Arizona native, started acting once she moved out to Los Angeles in 2008. Her beginning work included performances singing and dancing for Radio Disney as well as working in community theatre. Her screen work began with the biographical drama Bobby Fischer Live. She played a survivor struggling against a world disaster in 2012: Ice Age. She has since appeared in the series Six Figures, Passport to Explore, The Dark Horse and of course as Angie in Walking In Circles.
Jonah Priour (pronounced in a French way, "PREE-oh", as in, rhymes with "trio") has always been a bard, telling tales to both wandering knights and lusty wenches alike. A small-town Texas boy, and a 2009 graduate of Harvard University (B.A. in Psychology and Dramatic Arts), he spent a year in Hollywood grifting and telling of his gypsy travels, and also pursuing an acting career. He’s also taken a variety of performance courses at the American Repertory Theatre in Massachusetts, the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, and even studied musical theater at an ex-convent in Italy. In 2009, Harvard University awarded him the Jonathan Levy Award for best actor at the University. Some favorite regional theatre credits include Twelfth Night (Sir Toby Belch & Sir Andrew Aguecheek), Comedy of Errors (Antipholus of Syracuse & Dromio of Ephesus), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Oberon), Macbeth (Malcolm), Love's Labour's Lost (Don Armado), Angels in America: Parts 1 and 2 (Prior Walter), Oh Dad, Poor Dad... (Jonathan), and Chicago (Billy Flynn).