The Cast of Disciplinary Actions

Nasser Metcalfe

Main Character

Born and raised on the South Side of Chicago, Nasser Metcalfe started acting at 14. At age 18 he launched a career in stand up comedy while attending Morehouse College. Upon graduating, Nasser continued to perform as a comic as well as in various theatrical productions and improv troupes in Atlanta. By the late 1990's he moved to New York City to focus primarily on his acting. Nasser has appeared on television opposite Dennis Leary and Bill Nunn in the ABC episodic, The Job. On the big screen Nasser appeared in the films My Brother, starring Vanessa Williams and Tatum O'Neal and Tennessee starring Mariah Carey. His stage credits include Macbeth, A Soldier's Play and Savage In Limbo to name a few. Nasser Metcalfe continues to reside in New York City where he works as an actor, writer and producer. His current projects include the web TV series Becoming Ricardo and Disciplinary Actions. In 2012 Nasser was nominated for best Actor at the prestigious International Television Festival in Los Angeles for his work in Disciplinary Actions.

Lianna Nielsen

Supporting Character

Lianna Nielsen grew up on Hollywood Blvd. in Whitefield, Maine. She graduated from George Washington University where she studied Journalism and Painting. Post college, she moved to NYC and attended Atlantic Theater's Conservatory. She most recently starred in her first feature film that she co-wrote and helped produce called "Paper Dreams." Lianna won Outstanding Achievement in an Ensemble Cast from the 2012 LAWebfest for “Disciplinary Actions”.

Ken Driesslein

Supporting Character

Originally from Texas, Ken moved to New York to attend the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. He has made appearances on such shows as “All My Children” and the off Broadway play “Oswald”. Also, playing Agent Smith for College Humor’s “Matrix Runs on Windows” available on U-Tube. Currently he can be seen in the lead role of New Politics music video “Dignity” on MTV. Look for his portrayal of a scientist in the Sci-Fi thriller “Lifeform” due out this fall.
Ken has also won an award from the LAWebfest for outstanding achievement in an ensemble cast for “Disciplinary Actions”.