|Born in San Jose, California, Herrari Hamilton started acting at the age of six and has not stopped since. Throughout the years she has performed in over 30 productions from film to stage to dance and recently starred in the short film "Subject 10". Hamilton earned her Bachelor's degree in Theater Arts at Valdosta State University. Her areas of expertise are acting, hip-hop dancing and singing. She plays the role of Jordan, Guy's clumsy new love interest.
||B. Breezy is the spokesmodel and a photographer for The Studio Concept in Atlanta, Georgia. Modeling and photography have been her passion since she was a little girl. She is very active in the entertainment industry, modeling for commercial and print advertisements, as well as stepping behind the camera and photographing talent. She plays the role of Cassandra Ali, Guy's backstabbing ex-wife.
||Terence V. Steele is from Miami, Florida and grew up in Decatur, Georgia. He began theatre at the University of Georgia in 1997, acting in many plays, and studied film production at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro where he directed several short films. Steele plays the villain, Kosee Omondi. Steele is also the Producer of the film.
||A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Camile Ervin has had aspirations of being an actress since she was a child. She started acting at Marietta High School where she performed in several productions. An outstanding young actress, she is currently in school at Georgia State University majoring in Journalism with a minor in Theatre. Her stage credits are numerous and include such classics as A Raisin in the Sun. Ms. Ervin also volunteers regularly at the Cobb Arts Center helping young students improve their acting as well as by participating in productions. Checkmate is her first venture into film as she plays the role of Amari Ali, Guy's feisty younger sister.
||Kewin Muhammad is originally from Alabama and grew up in Washington, DC. His interest in theatre and film began while in high school. He later gained training in California, where he worked on various films. He relocated to Atlanta in 2000 and starred in his first feature film, The List by Prime Factor Films, Inc. He is the star (Guy Ali) and Executive Producer of Checkmate and currently serves as Executive Director of Prime Factor Films.