Bex Taylor-Klaus plays Audrey Jensen, a strong-minded and fearless individual who's brash attitude sometimes gets her into trouble. Audrey is a social outsider at GWHS, a creative outcast who’s doing her best to be herself while pursuing her dream of being a filmmaker. She’s also figuring out her sexuality, which leads to a romantic tryst with another girl… and a cyber-bullying incident that kicks the whole story off.Bex Taylor-Klaus was born and raised in Atlanta, GA. She started acting during third grade in an after-school program that introduced young students to the works of Shakespeare. Throughout high school Bex was a member of the varsity softball team and improv troupe. She also worked with friends to create a program to train young actors.At eighteen, Bex moved to Los Angeles to begin her professional acting career while simultaneously finishing high school. Bex came to national attention in her portrayal of the character "Bullet" on the AMC television series “The Killing.” She followed that with memorable recurring roles on the CW's “Arrow” and Showtime's “House of Lies.”Bex is having the time of her life, fulfilling her dreams and doing the work that she loves. When not working, Bex loves to hang out with her siblings, both real and "by choice”.
Carlson Young plays Brooke Maddox -- Nina’s second-in-command and heir apparent to her pink Prada throne. Always ready with biting commentary, Brooke appears to be a stereotypical mean-girl, but unlike Nina, Brooke is fiercely loyal to her friends… and for good reason. They’re effectively the only family she’s got. Her father, Quinn Maddox is Lakewood’s mayor and classic emotional black hole, while her jet-setting mom is perennially MIA.Carlson Young seemed destined for a career in entertainment. After blindly submitting herself to an agent and immediately being signed, she moved out to Los Angeles and has been working ever since. When she’s not studying creative writing at the University of Southern California, Young is making a big impression with roles on both the silver screen and the small screen.Young took SxSW by storm last year with a starring role as Angela Yearwood in the comical, honest, and endearing comedy PREMATURE, which opened the 2014 SxSW Festival. On television, Young has been a fixture in funny circles for years, guest-starring on shows like “Key & Peele,” as well as appearances on “The League,” and “The Kroll Show.” While continuing to hone her comedy chops, Young doesn’t shy away from her chance to explore more dramatic roles, including the challenging and complicated role of Charlie, in the Sean Brosnan- directed short film, “The Kid.”She currently resides in Los Angeles with her cat, Francis, and is continuing to live up to her high school senior prediction, “Most Likely to be Famous!...and to end up a crazy cat lady convinced she’s living in Middle Earth.”
Connor Weil plays the thoughtful, earnest and charming Will Belmont. Will Belmont is grade-A boyfriend material, or at least Emma certainly thinks so. Will and Emma have been dating seriously for over a year. But Emma’s faith is tested one too many times. When Will lets her down and Kieran comes to town, a love triangle forms.Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, Connor discovered acting with his first musical at 10 years old. He continued doing semi professional theater until he was 15 years old. At age 16 Connor moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career in acting. He booked his first Lifetime movie “Lies in Plain Sight” six months later.Weil’s other credits also include the films “McFarland” starring Kevin Costner and the monster hit “Sharknado”. He also has appeared on television shows such as “Kickin’ It”, “Liv and Maddie” and “Crash & Bernstein”. In his spare time, Weil enjoys surfing, swimming, fishing, playing the guitar, writing music and traveling. Weil currently resides in Los Angeles.
John Karna plays Noah Foster, a prodigy and a boy genius who worships at the altar of all things nerd. When Noah's not working his after school job at the local comic shop, or hacking the servers at CERN just for sh*ts and giggles, he’s obsessing over video games, anime, and above all else, horror movies. But he doesn’t stop there, Noah has been fascinated with true-crime documentaries and serial killer lore ever since he was a kid, giving him insight and perspective on the events happening in Lakewood… maybe even a little too much?John Karna was born and raised in Houston, Texas, and has been interested in acting for much of his life. He was accepted into the University of Oklahoma’s Weitzenhoffer School of Musical Theatre, where he spent two years following his passion to be a stage performer. While studying there, he landed the lead role of Rob Crabbe in the feature film “Premature,” and decided to turn his attention to film and television. Since then, he has been seen in TV series such as “The Neighbors,” “Modern Family,” Law & Order: SUV as well as the lead opposite Rob Huebel in the pilot “American Storage.” He will be next seen in the upcoming feature “Sugar Mountain.” His home is in Los Angeles, where he spends most of his time playing with his cat Louie.
Kiana Lede plays Zoe Williams, an overachieving High School student who is returning to Lakewood after disappearing for the last year. While Zoe’s not challenging Noah’s smarts in the classroom, she is working hard to protect a mysterious secret she’s been hiding from her classmates.
Kiana, herself, is an aspiring recording artist, currently repped by UTA and Orange Factory music. Her debut album with RCA Records was released in 2013.
Santiago Segura plays new kid, Gustavo Acosta. He arrived in town with his father, Sheriff Michael Acosta, who was brought to Lakewood after the death of Sheriff Hudson. ‘Stavo is a dark, brooding outsider, constantly observing everyone from the sidelines. Much like Noah, he is passionate about horror, serial killers and comic books and happens to be a very skilled artist.
Santiago Segura was born in the Washington D.C. metro area to Colombian parents. He is fluent in English and Spanish and graduated from Xavier University in Cincinnati, OH, with a BA in English and a Theater Minor. He is best known for his roles in Delirium and 5th Street.
Sean Grandillo plays Eli, better known as Kieran’s (Amadeus Serafini) cousin. Despite his squeaky clean image, he might be hiding ulterior motives. His arrival in Lakewood brings along secrets of Kieran’s past that were buried long ago. Will Eli threaten the new life that Kieran has built here in Lakewood? Time will tell…
Sean Grandillo grew up under the theater lights. While studying Musical Theater at Ithaca College, Sean landed the title role of the National Tour of “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.” More recently, Sean took part in the Dead West Theater’s production of Spring Awakening on Broadway.
Tom Maden plays Jake Fitzgerald, Lakewood’s resident lady-magnet. Jake was best friends with Will Belmont (Connor Weil), and despite his always-changing line-up of ladies, he seems to constantly pine after notorious mean girl, Brooke Maddox (Carlson Young). Will Jake put his bad-boy rep aside for his one true love?
Prior to joining the Scream cast, Tom played Rigo on ABC Family’s Make It or Break It and the reoccurring role of Zach Bell on NBC’s Parenthood.
Willa Fitzgerald plays Emma Duval, the Good Girl. Emma is the peacemaker of her popular group. This might be due, at least in part, to Emma’s father walking out on her and her mother years ago. It’s been a rough road back to normalcy, but Emma is resilient and always tries to look for the good in people -- something the killer takes advantage of.A Nashville native, Willa Fitzgerald relocated to New York upon graduating from Yale University and is quickly becoming a familiar face to television audiences. Willa played the recurring role of Amy Sedaris and Matt Malloy’s daughter on Amazon’s “Alpha House.” Fitzgerald was concurrently seen on season 6 of “Royal Pains,” where she made life in the Hampton’s interesting for her newly discovered half-brother Hank (Mark Feuerstein). Willa has also made guest appearances on “Gotham,” “The Following” and “Blue Bloods.” In addition, she appeared in the “Untitled Wall Street Project” for CBS and the USA pilot “The Novice.” On stage, Willa starred in Michael Mitnick’s “Spacebar: A Broadway Play By Kyle Sugarman” produced by The Wild Project. She spent a summer at the Berkshire Theater Festival in “The Cat and The Canary,” was featured in “Cow Play” at the New York International Fringe Festival.