A healthy slice of Southern charm with sass, Reneé has been a regular in Savannah media for the past five years, currently as the Host for Savannah’s Live Like Locals online streaming show, a freelance writer for Savannah Morning News and Do Savannah Magazine and a guest personality on Cumulus Radio’s I-95 The Rock of Savannah & KIX96 stations and previously on-air w/ two of the local television affiliates.
One of her biggest joys is her emcee, hosting and fundraising work with local organizations like Loop It Up Savannah, the Humane Society of Greater Savannah, the Coastal Georgia Council Boy Scouts, Savannah AMBUCS, the A-Town Get Down Music Festival, the Ronald McDonald House of Coastal Georgia, the Santa Elena Foundation and so many more.
Reneé is a firm believer that high heels get you closer to God, and there’s no such thing as 'too much mascara'. Try to beat her to a fashion bargain? You’re never gonna win. But need help? She’ll do your hair and give you the cocktail dress off her back.
Reneé LaSalle is on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter.
With a flair for style and a quick wit, Kevin has enjoyed being an occasional co-host and contributor for WJCL-ABC News. Kevin was born and raised in Savannah, Ga., so becoming a leader in the budding fashion arena was a natural fit.
Don’t let his home grown roots fool ya, though! Kevin’s wardrobe styling chops have been showcased in local and national publications such as Modern Salon and debuted on network news across the southern United States.
SCAD student mentor, celebrity styling, runway hosting, and fashion logistics for Peter Coppola Beauty are also accolades of this stylist’s professional prowess. Kevin has also enjoyed organizing and hosting many fashion event fundraisers for the American Diabetes Association and American Cancer Society.
Whether it’s a helpful hand, bubbly chat, or wardrobe styling, Kevin’s got your back and is very excited for a new adventure with his fellow castmates of Closet Raiders!
When Mark was young, he loved going to amusement parks. NOT for the rides, but to hear the guy on the microphone say "DO YOU WANNA GO FASTERRRRRR!!". From that moment on, he was hooked!
Mark has been entertaining audiences since the age of 17...whether it be on the radio, at a baseball stadium or on a karaoke stage near you (we hear he LOVES the slow jams!) Currently, he's the stadium announcer for Savannah's minor-league baseball club, the Savannah Bananas. His famous voice gets folks all fired up before and during games!
The opportunity to be a part of "Closet Raiders" is a dream come true for Mark, and he can't wait to share all of the AMAZING fashion prizes on the show.
Carlton loves the People, and the People love Carl. Enthusiastic, charming, goofy, and just "plain ol’ fun" - are a few words to describe him. Since a toddler, Carlton has always put on a show for all - whether they were willing or not. He’d sing until he couldn’t sing no more. The world was his stage, and everyone was his audience. He’s gifted that way.
As a recent Armstrong Atlantic State University graduate in Set Design, Carlton has developed and ignited his passion for people, entertainment, sound, and theatrics, as he graced audiences with his voice and set design skills. Whether it’s hosting karaoke, narrating house games at the coolest bars in town, or singing his heart out for a chance at a million-dollar record deal on American Idol, Carlton has adapted and excelled in every narrative and vocally expressive opportunity given. Simply put, Carlton Pitts is the man! And the perfect man for Closet Raiders: The Fashion Game Show.
Maretta Zilic came to the Savannah area to attend graduate school at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Now armed with her MFA in Performing Arts she’s taking on the world. She’s been seen around town performing as one half of a two-person improv show, Awkward Conversations.
With a classical training background, and a love for improv, you never can be sure what will she will say. It could be Shakespeare or a snarky Kardashian joke. She tries to keep everyone on their toes, and she does it in heels.
A native of Moldova, Natalia is an Atlanta-based model and actress. With a list of screen credits to her name that include television and motion pictures, Natalia WOWED the "Closet Raiders" producers with a stunning audition. She went from a sweet and shy European, to a world-class model "with ATTITUDE" in mere seconds. A total professional.
An aspiring model/actress with a quirky sense of humor, Frederica once played a stick during a band competition, because she'd left her flute at home. Mom says she moves to the beat of a drum that only she may hear. Independent, unique, and fierce at the same time.
She’s been featured in Crowns Magazine, walked in the famed Charleston Fashion Week, and even modeled for actress Ali MacGraw in her Ibu Movement. The movement helps impoverished women in 38 countries with the sales of handmade fashion.
Frederica's hope is to be a respected performer like Octavia Spencer and Forest Whitaker. And knowing laughter is the greatest medicine, she'd love to touch people like Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke with movement and song.
Is a personal trainer and model with over 19,000 followers on Instagram. He enjoys the outdoors, working out, and being fashion forward. As an social media "influencer", he helps companies promote fitness products. A native of Saint Louis, MO, Tyler now lives in Los Angeles.
Catriona Fray is a pleasantly striking juxtaposition between a powerhouse rockstar, and an endearing young actress. She has extensive training in singing, dancing, and acting from UCLA's School of Theater, Film, and TV. While there, she played Julie Jordan in "Carousel", and worked with Lainie Kazan in her Cabaret Tribute to Frank Sinatra. As a 4-year featured soprano in the UCLA ScatterTones a cappella group, she sang at the White House, Hollywood Bowl, the Town Hall in New York, and opened for Pentatonix in Alaska. Other credits include the Witch in "Into the Woods", Audrey in "Little Shop of Horrors", the national tour of "Beehive", and "Sister Act" at Cabrillo Music Theatre. Most recently, played Rosie in "Sweet Charity" under 3 time Tony Award Winner Kathleen Marshall's direction. Her outside projects include performing as the legendary Dale Bozzio in the Missing Persons Tribute band, Noticable Ones - and teaching voice and piano lessons!
Now living in Savannah, Douglas sports a degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and is an accomplished commercial and screen actor. An athlete in high school and college, he ran Track and Cross-Country, a varsity wrestler, and played semi-pro American Football in Europe. Aside from his military experience, Douglass was a traveling skateboard competitor, and spent time as a Latin Dance instructor.