Golden Bird Cast Bio's

Originally from Greensboro, NC, Kelly Coalson (Astrid) made the move to New York City in 2009 and attended American Musical and Dramatic Academy until 2011. She is now venturing into the world of voiceover and was most recently seen in a new musical, Renewal, with Write Act Rep.

Scot Cahoon (Prince Bjorg/Baseball Troll) hails from colorful Colorado where he grew up hiking, climbing trees, and setting things on fire. With a BA Theatre: Acting/Directing from Colorado Mesa University, he uprooted himself and landed in Brooklyn. Most recently he could be seen in Union Square, yelling at pigeons that they are "Out of the Will!" Thanks to God, family, and friends for all the good things... No thanks to the pigeons; they know what they did.

Anthony Logan Cole (Prince Tor/Kitchen Troll) is proud to return to Find The Golden Bird. International: Les Miserables (Javert), Jekyll and Hyde (Jekyll/Hyde). Off-Broadway: Honestly Abe (Tom Lincoln), Song of Solomon (Pre-Broadway) Regional and Tour: RENT (Mark/Benny), Les Miserables (Javert), Beauty and the Beast (Beast), Scarlet Pimpernel (Chauvelin) and many others. Film/TV: House Of Cards, Law and Order:SVU, VEEP, Stepped On, Again. Anthony has also headlined at the Metropolitan Room, The Duplex, and 54 Below with his cabaret shows. He was recently seen in World Premiere of the Broadway-bound Song Of Solomon. Thanks to GB Team and my wonderful friends. Twitter: @anthonylogancol

Brady Cudmore (Prince Kaj) is beyond ecstatic to be performing in Find the Golden Bird and would like to thank his cast, crew, and entire team for making this experience particularly fantastic. Brady is originally from Prince Edward Island, Canada. He has performed for hundreds of thousands across North America, using many of his original works for a multitude of performances. Some stages include one Disney World and The Pentagon. As well as performing pop music, he enjoys performing the works of other composers in theatrical performances. He was the original Aaron Grigsby and Allen Gentry of the long running musical Honestly Abe, as well as the Co-Dance Captain during it's three year run at the Actor's Temple Theater in New York City. He is humbled by his performance with EVUSA at Carnegie Hall's spectacle in honor Stephen Schwartz's 65th birthday. After finishing his performance as a principle company member with Sasha Spielvogels Come Back To Me Once More So I Can Say Goodbye on June 8th at the Alvin Ailey Theater for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, he will continue to pursue his dream of entertaining on many more stages in the years to come. He would like to extend his gratitude to his incredible management, and family for their continued love and support.

Nina Deacon (Golden Bird) trai