Cree Cicchino stars as Babe, a confident, quick-witted and fearless leader who is not shy to take the initiative and tell everyone the plan later. Although Babe easily comes up with great ideas, being one half of the creative duo behind the mobile game Sky Whale, she sometimes speaks before she thinks.
Madisyn Shipman stars as Kenzie, a true genius who is brilliant with anything technical, yet lacks a social filter with people.
When Shipman was just seven years old she made her way to New York City from North Carolina to pursue her passion for the performing arts. Shipman quickly hit her mark, landing a key role in the Broadway production of Enron. Adding to her acting credits, Shipman will star in the upcoming independent feature Geezer (set for release late 2015), portraying the daughter of music legend Billie Joe Armstrong of the American punk rock band Green Day. She also lends her voice as the original “mean girl” Violet in 20th Century Fox’s upcoming animated feature film, The Peanuts.
Shipman is a passionate musician with a love for all genres, especially classic rock and pop. She is an avid guitar collector and songwriter who enjoys jamming out on her keyboard and ukulele. She loves the beaches of the Outer Banks in North Carolina, where she surfs and plays with her three very active younger brothers.
BENJAMIN “LIL P-NUT” FLORES JR.
Benjamin “Lil P-Nut” Flores Jr. stars at Triple G, the son of record mogul Double G, who lives a privileged and exciting life but ultimately yearns to just be a kid.
From the age of four, the Memphis, Tenn.-native was rapping in local talent competitions and showcases. At the age of seven, he was invited onto The Ellen DeGeneres Show where he wowed the audience. Video of the appearance went viral and established Lil P-Nut’s standing as a young performer to watch.
In 2011, Lil P-Nut voiced the role of Atticus in the animated feature Happy Feet Two. In early 2014, he played a supporting role in the feature comedy Ride Along opposite Kevin Hart and Ice Cube. For the previous two years, Lil P-Nut starred in the Nickelodeon comedy series The Haunted Hathaways and played lead roles in the Nick original movies Santa Hunters and One Crazy Cruise.
He was the recipient of the 2014 Imagen Award for Best Young Actor/Television and has been twice nominated for the Kids’ Choice Award for Favorite TV Actor.
In his free time, Lil P-Nut enjoys hanging with friends, playing sports, studying math and science, and getting good grades. Lil P-Nut resides in Los Angeles with his parents and younger brother.
Thomas Kuc stars as Hudson, a very handsome athlete who is totally clueless. He is full of good intentions and sometimes surprises people with moments of wit or logic--no matter how fleeting they might be.
Kuc was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil where he lived until he was two years old. His family then moved to St. Louis, Mo., but soon uprooted to California where Thomas discovered his love for acting. Game Shakers is Kuc’s first television show, but he can soon be seen on the big screen in the upcoming movie, The Diabolical. He speaks Polish and Mandarin, as well as some Portuguese and Spanish. When not acting, Kuc loves to travel to Poland to visit his family and is excellent at gymnastics. He also enjoys surfing and skateboarding.
Two-time Emmy Award-nominated Kel Mitchell stars as Double G, an impulsive and unpredictable billionaire rapper. He becomes a business partner in Babe and Kenzie’s gaming company, and with their help he rediscovers his love for games.
Hailing from the Windy City of Chicago, Ill., Mitchell began his acting career at a young age and won several awards for his starring roles in Nickelodeon’s breakout hits All That and Kenan & Kel. Recently, Mitchell began doing stand-up comedy and he’s on a nationwide tour preparing for his one-hour special. Mitchell’s voiceover credits include voicing Jay Jay in the Nicktoons series Wild Grinders, and Tiny Pea in the animated series VeggieTales. Other acting credits include truTV’s Friends of the People, Cartoon Network’s Loiter Squad, TV One’s Love That Girl, Disney’s Liv and Maddie, and the Nickelodeon series Sam & Cat and The Thundermans. Mitchell has written and directed a faith-based, anti-bullying film, and has also directed several music videos.
When he is not acting, writing or directing, Mitchell speaks to youth across the country encouraging them to follow their dreams. He and his wife, Asia Lee-Mitchell, were recently honored with an award from the Carson Black Chamber of Commerce for providing a safe program for kids to show off their creative talents in their dance variety live show, The Back House Party. Mitchell is also the spokesperson for The Black College Expo, which provides numerous scholarships for students throughout the year.