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  • Eve

    Eve is an actress and rapper who was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She has released four albums, the first three of which have sold eight million copies worldwide. She won the inaugural Grammy for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration in 2002 for her song "Let Me Blow Ya Mind." As an actress she has performed in films including xXx, Barbershop, Barbershop 2, The Cookout and The Woodsman. On television she started in her own series on UPN, Eve, for three seasons. More recently, she has appeared on Glee, Single Ladies and The Getaway.

  • Joey Lauren Adams

    Joey Lauren Adams is an actress from Little Rock, Arkansas. She is best known for her role as Amy in Kevin Smith's Chasing Amy. Her first film role was a small part in Exorcist II: The Heretic. In 1991, she appeared on Married... with Children and started on its spin-off, Top of the Heap. Two years later, she got her big film break in Richard Linklater's Dazed and Confused. Her other film appearances include Mallrats, Bio-Dome, Sleep with Me, Big Daddy, Harvard Man, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, The Break-up and Blue Caprice. TV roles include appearances on Party Down, United States of Tara and Switched at Birth.

  • Elizabeth Gillies

    Elizabeth Gillies is an actress, singer and dancer from Haworth, New Jersey. She made her Broadway debut at age 15 in the musical 13. She is best known for her role on Victorious as Jade West. She has also appeared on The Black Donnellys, Big Time Rush, White Collar, The Exes and Sam & Cat. She performed a number of songs on the Victorious soundtrack and voices Daphne on the animated series Winx Club.

  • Paul Iacono

    A graduate of NYC's Professional Performing Arts High School, Iacono is best known for his portrayal of the title character on MTV's, The Hard Times of RJ Berger. Starting out as child actor in the NYC theater scene, Paul's appeared in over 100 theatrical productions, including Noël Coward's Sail Away at Carnegie Hall with Elaine Stritch and Marian Seldes, Mame opposite Christine Ebersole at the Papermill Play House and John Guare's Landscape of the Body at Signature Theater with Lili Taylor and Sherie Rene Scott. On the big screen, Paul starred in MGM's remake of Fame, No God, No Master with David Strathairn and Darren Stein's teen comedy, G.B.F. Upcoming films include Rhymes with Banana with Zosia Mamet and Judith Light, and Unreachable By Conventional Means, with Alexandra Daddario and Tovah Feldshuh. As a creator, Paul wrote and produced the NY play, Prince/Elizabeth, and is in development on his second pilot, GIF'ted. Iacono is openly gay and a major LGBTQ activist, having publicly come out in Michael Musto's Village Voice Column in 2012.

  • Thorsten Kaye

    Thorsten Kaye came to the United States from England on a track (decathlon) scholarship to the United States International University in San Diego, CA. Although Thorsten majored in physical education (and minored in drama), a serious motorcycle accident forced him to choose a different direction in life. He earned his master's degree in theater and theater history from Wayne State University.

    On TV, Thorsten has appeared on Sliders, Air AmericaFalcone and on Smash as Nick (Anjelica Houston's love interest). He also appeared in the Sidney Sheldon mini-series Nothing Lasts Forever. On film, he's been in The Prophet Game and Shark Attack II. 

    In 1995, Thorsten joined the cast of One Life to Live as Patrick Thornhart, a role he played for two years. In 2000, he accepted the role of Ian Thornhart, Patrick's brother, on the ABC Daytime Drama Port Charles. He was nominated for two Outstanding Lead Actor Daytime Emmy nominations for the role. In 2004, Thorsten joined All My Children as enigmatic casino owner Zach Slater, a role which garnered him two additional Daytime Emmy nominations. In 2013, he reprised the role when Prospect Park revived the iconic series for Hulu and iTunes. Later that year, he took over the part of Ridge Forrester on CBS' The Bold and the Beautiful

    Thorsten and life partner Susan Haskell are the parents to two daughters: McKenna and Marlowe.

  • Amaury Nolasco

    A native of Puerto Rico, Amaury Nolasco had plans to enroll in medical school where he attended the University of Puerto Rico to study biology. His plans were cut short when he was approached by a director who encouraged him to pursue a career in acting. Soon after, Nolasco was cast in his first television commercial, jump starting his acting career.

    Eventually Nolasco made the move to New York where he studied at the American British Dramatic Arts School. He went on to guest star on several popular television shows including CSI, ER, and George Lopez, before landing his first major supporting role on the big screen hit 2 Fast 2 Furious as Orange Julius. In 2003 USA today named Nolasco as one of the 27 seven people to watch in the industry.

    In 2005, Nolasco took on the role Fernando Sucre on the critically acclaimed show Prison Break. His film credits include co-starring in Michael Bay’s Transformers, and in David Ayer’s Street Kings opposite Keanu Reeves and Forrest Whitaker. Additionally, Nolasco has appeared opposite Mark Wahlberg in Max Payne, in Armored alongside Lawrence Fishburne, Matt Dillon and Jean Reno,  and in The Rum Diary where he stars opposite Johnny Depp.

    Additional film credits include In the Blood and in Joel Surnow’s, creator of 24, directorial debut, Small Time. playing the role of Barlow. 

  • Keke Palmer

    Keke Palmer, a native of Harvey, Illinois, is a singer, songwriter, actress, dancer, fashion designer and entrepreneur.

    Her first film role - starring alongside Queen Latifah in Barbershop 2: Back In Business - led to a slew of other film work. She played the lead in the 2006 film Akeelah and the Bee. Additional big-screen projects include roles in Madea's Family Reunion, Cleaner, The Longshots and Joyful Noise

    On television, Keke played Chilli in the TLC biopic, CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story. She had the lead role in the Nickelodeon orignal series True Jackson V.P. Additionally, she's appeared on ER, Cold Case, Strong Medicine, House of Pain, 90210, Single Ladies, Grey's Anatomy and Key & Peele, amongst others.

    Keke is a noted voice actress. Since 2011, she's provided the voice of Aisha in the animated hit Winx Club, as well as films like Ice Age: Continental Drift and Unstable Fables: Tortoise vs. Hare.

    In 2007, Keke released her first studio album, So Uncool. Keke has contributed music to many of the projects she's worked on, including the theme "We Are" from Ice Age: Continental Drift and the soundtracks to Akeelah and the Bee, Joyful Noise and Rags. 

    For her role in Akeelah and the Bee, Keke won a Young Artist Award and a NAACP Image Award. Similarly, she was a multi-year winner of the NAACP Image Award for her role on True Jackson, VP

  • Jeremy Sumpter

    Jeremy Sumpter was born in Northern California, but moved to small town Kentucky at a very young age. In 2000, Jeremy moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career. A few months later he booked his first role, the film Fraility, where he played the younger version of Matthew McConaughey.

    Later film roles include the title role in P.J. Hogan's Peter Pan; Death and Cremation; Soul Surfer; Just A Dream; You're So Cupid; Calvin Marshall; The Sasquatch Gang and An American Crime.

    Jeremy is perhaps best known for the role of J.D. McCoy in the critically acclaimed TV show Friday Night Lights. Prior to that, he appeared as Pete Young on the CBS series Clubhouse. Additional television credits include CSI: Miami, The Glades, ER and Raising Dad.



  • Parker Young

    Parker moved from Tuscon, AZ to Los Angeles, where he immediately booked roles on several television series such as CSI: NY and Mad Men. He then was cast as the breakout role of "Ryan Shay," the hyperactive jock and love interest to Jane Levey on Suburgatory. Parker stars as one of the leads on Fox’s military comedy Enlisted, and can be seen in the comedy Sex Ed