Miles & Ben Cast & Creative Team
Adam Meyer (Miles)
Adam has starred in many short films and has appeared on TLC in Untold Stories of the ER and in Ella and Me on Animal Planet. He has a rich theatre background and has appeared in productions of Mother Courage, Hamlet, Bedroom Farce, Othello and many more.

Bryan Barter (Ben)
Bryan has starred in numerous short films and yet-to-be-unleashed webisodes since re-locating to LA from Motown. He has an extensive theater background and has appeared in productions of Moonlight and Magnolias, War of the Worlds, Brighton Beach Memoirs,
The Corn is Green, The Years
, and many many more. Mr. Barter holds a 3rd-Degree Blackbelt in Karaoke from the prestigious Purple Rain Dojo.
Joshua Brandon & Steven Brandon (Writers)
Since arriving in 2008, they have both worked on numerous shows at Warner Bros. Steven as a PA on a Kohan/Mutchnik pilot and the Kelsey Grammer sitcom Hank as well as a year in main production assisting VPs on The Mentalist, ER, Southland, One Tree Hill, V, and more. Josh worked in development for Unger Productions, as a PA on ABC's Romantically Challenged and in post on Comedy Central's Secret Girlfriend.

They were hired by producer Jordan Alan and actor/producer Amanda Righetti to write and rewrite several features in development at Mosaic Media Group and in 2010 sold a single camera comedy pilot titled Single Girl Theory to ABC Family.

In 2011 they developed three comedy series with different production companies (Peter Tolan’s Fedora Entertainment, Jeffrey Kramer’s Juniper Place Productions, and Momentum Entertainment Group) and pitched to NBC, ABC, CBS Studios and Sony.

They are repped by Dennis Kim / Vanessa Livingston at The Rothman Brecher Agency and managed by Steve Smith of Stagecoach Entertainment.

Christopher Burke (Director)
Christopher has over 15 years experience working in various forms of media. After graduating with a Communications Degree from Fordham University and doing an internship at Good Morning America in New York, Christopher got his start on The Joan Rivers Show (Can We Shop). Then Christopher spent six years at QVC's direct marketing division, eventually becoming production manager and overseeing numerous direct response commercials - including the hugely successful Marvin's Magic and Rainbow Art among others. During this time, Christopher began directing commercials.

In 2000, Christopher left QVC and formed Barron Productions. He has directed work for clients as diverse as:A&E, Atlantic Records, HGTV, History Channel, Major League Baseball,QVC. In 2004, Christopher relocated his business to Los Angeles.

During the last 4 years, Christopher has gained great experience working in various positions on the following shows: New Adventures of Old Christine (CBS), CSI: Miami (CBS), Medium (NBC), Without A Trace (CBS), The War at Home (FOX), Community Service Pilot (NBC) and Untitled Kohan/Mutchnick Pilot (ABC).