Tiffany Kemp

No stranger to stage and screen, Vincent "Vinny" Bombara now brings his extraordinary talent to the set of the Blue Mountain Motel.  

An actor, writer and producer, Mr. Bombara also operates his own production company, New Bomb Entertainment, and releases comedic sketches and short films regularly.

He has been studying acting and theater at the Community College of Allegheny County since 2009, and studied at the Pittsburgh Improv Academy in 2011 as well.

With a skill set that includes stage combat, spectacular improvisation, dance and an endless list of accents and impersonations, it is no wonder that this handsome, versatile actor is one of the rising young talents in the Pittsburgh region.


Vincent Bombara

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David Ogrodowski is best known for his work in Being Frank (Winner of 2016 Pittsburgh UNCUT Audience Choice), The Package (Winner of 2016 Washington County Film Festival Comedy Short),  Daisy, for which he won the "Most Vile Villain" Award (2015 Pittsburgh 48-Hour Horror Film Festival), Time Out, for which he won the Best Actor Award (2014 Pittsburgh 48-Hour Film Festival), The Raven, for which he was nominated in the category of Best Actor (2015 Haunted Oaks Film Festival), Affect, Mason, Herrings, Captain Insensitive, Reckless, Bad Drugs, and many other films produced in and around the Pittsburgh area. He is also the writer, director, and a producer of the Longue Vue Haunted House.  

David Ogrodowski

Tiffany Kemp brings an unmatched passion and energy to the Blue Mountain Motel project.  She has worked on scores of film and television productions in the Pittsburgh area over the past several years.  She has most recently worked on such projects as Isaiah's Melody,  All Saints Eve, Meltdown, Clown: Twisted Tale of Love, and The Looney Bin.   Ms. Kemp has also trained extensively under the likes of Sean Whalen (Wes Craven's The People Under The Stairs, LOST), Randy Kovitz (The Fault In Our Stars, Dawn of the Dead) and Donna Belajac (The Silence of the Lambs, Concussion).