ROGER BART is perhaps best known for originating the role of ‘Carmen Ghia’ in Mel Brooks’ Broadway musical, The Producers, for which he received Tony and Drama Desk nominations. He revised this memorable character for Universal’s theatrical adaptation of The Producers as well. Bart has worked extensively in television and just recently booked the series regular role of ‘Judge Wilson’ in the Freeform series, Good Trouble, which is a spin-off of their successful series, The Fosters. He has recurred on a number of television series including Netflix', A Series of Unfortunate Events, Epix', Graves, Netflix' Grace and Frankie, as well as Showtime’s Episodes. Other television credits include Revenge, Desperate Housewives and 30 Rock. In recent movies he starred in Speech & Debate, which is a film adaptation of Stephen Karam’s acclaimed off-Broadway play as well as Trumbo, directed by Jay Roach and starring Bryan Cranston (who was nominated for an Oscar) and John Goodman.
Other film credits include Last Vegas (CBS Films), Law Abiding Citizen (Overture), Harold & Kumar 2 (New Line), The Producers (Universal), American Gangster (Universal) and The Stepford Wives (Paramount). He also voiced the role of Young Hercules in Disney’s animated featureHercules. Bart also won the Tony Award and Drama Desk Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical as “Snoopy” in the revival of You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown, directed by Michael Mayer and also starred in the musical Young Frankenstein, as the title character, Dr. Frederick Frankenstein. A native of New Jersey, Bart currently divides his time between New York and Los Angeles.
Tom Riley has recently starred in the Amazon limited series The Collection; the ITV series Monroe; ITV's mini-series Dark Heart based off Adam Creed's novel "Suffer The Children"; the limited series Ill Behavior, soon to be seen on Showtime in the US; and for 3 seasons as 'Leonardo Da Vinci' in David Goyer's Da Vinci’s Demons, which had the most-viewed series premiere in Starz history. Recent film credits include the UK festival hit Starfish opposite Joanne Froggatt,Kill Your Friends with James Corden and Nicolaus Holt and US festival hit Pushing Dead opposite James Roday. He is also in the recently aired Netflix film Extinction, starring Lizzy Kaplan. An accomplished theatre actor, Tom was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for Tom Stoppard1s Arcadia on Broadway and recently starred opposite Hayley Atwell in the Sara Burgess play Dry Powder at the Hampstead Theatre.
Shannyn Sossamon has been in the acting business for twenty years. She can be seen starring opposite Matt Dillon in Fox’s event series Wayward Pines from M. Night Shyamalan and as the lead of Blumhouse's Sinister 2. Her other feature credits includeThe End of Love, which debuted at Sundance, starring Michael Cera, Amanda Seyfried and Mark Webbe; Our Family Weddingstarring opposite Oscar winner Forest Whitaker; Wristcutters: A Love Story, which was nominated for two Independent Spirit Awards, starring opposite Patrick Fugit; The Rules of Attraction,opposite James Van Der Beek; 40 Days and 40 Nights with Josh Hartnett; and A Knight’s Tale starring opposite Heath Ledger.
Ms. Sossamon is currently in production on a new variety show titled The Maude Room, serving as writer, director, and performer. The Maude Room will debut in August.
Cary Elwes is currently filming a recurring role on the third seasons of Stranger Things. Previously, he was a series regular on his show The Art of More for Sony/ Crackle where he stars opposite Dennis Quaid, Kate Bosworth and Christian Cooke. Elwes shot The Billionaires Boys Club opposite Ansel Elgort, Taron Egerton and Kevin Spacey, and can be seen starring in the theatrical release The Queen of Spain, opposite Penelope Cruz for Academy Award winning director, Fernando Trueba (“Belle Epoque”), Sugar Mountain, opposite Jason Momoa, and We Don’t Belong Here, opposite Catherine Keener and Anton Yelchin. He was seen in director Rob Reiner’s Being Charlie, which bowed at the Toronto International Film Festival to rave reviews. Cary produced and wrote Elvis Nixon which starred Kevin Spacey and Michael Shannon which was released by Bleecker Street. Elwes is perhaps best known for his roles in Academy Award winning filmsGlory, Days of Thunder and Bram Stoker’s Dracula, box-office hits Hot Shots!, Twister, Liar Liar, Saw, and the cult classics Robin Hood: Men in Tights and The Princess Bride. He has also played popular recurring roles in Golden Globe© and Emmy Award© winning television series The X Files and the highly rated comedy series Psych. Other recent TV credits include Workaholicsand recurring role on Life in Pieces. Elwes released his first memoir, “As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales from the Making of Princess Bride”, which became a New York Times Bestseller.
Academy Award nominated and two time Emmy winner Carol Kane is currently seen as Lillian Kaushtupper on Season 4 of Netflix’ series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. She recently wrapped Jacques Audiard’s The Sisters Brothers starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Joaquin Phoenix by Annapurna Pictures. Kane made her film debut in Mike Nichols Carnal Knowledge. She was nominated for a Best Actress Academy Award in Joan Micklin Silver’s film Hester Street. Other films include: Wedding in White, Hal Ashby’s The Last Detail , Sidney Lumet’s Dog Day Afternoon, Woody Allen’s Annie Hall, The Lemon Sisters co-starring Diane Keaton, Rob Reiner’s The Princess Bride, Richard Donner’s Scrooged, My Blue Heaven written by Nora Ephron, Racing with the Moon starring Sean Penn and Nicolas Cage, Adams Family
Values, When a Stranger Calls, Flashback starring Dennis Hopper, The World’s Greatest Lover co-starring Gene Wilder and The Muppet Movie. Independent films include: Steve Buscemi’s Trees Lounge, Cindy Sherman’s Office Killer, Mike Birbiglia’s Sleep Walk with Me and Clutter. Kane made her theatrical debut in the 1966 production of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie starring Tammy Grimes. Since then she has appeared on the New York Stage both on and Off-Broadway. Plays include Beth Henley’s Family Week and The Debutante Ball. She co-starred with Gena Rowlands in the John Cassavettes play A Woman of Mystery directed by Cassavettes. At Lincoln Center for Joe Papp her performances includeThe Tempest and Macbeth. Plays at Mr. Papp’s Public Theatre include Wasp and Other Plays by Steve Martin. She starred alongside Shelley Winters on Broadway in The Effect of Gamma Rays, on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds. In addition, Kane has been seen on Broadway and in Los Angeles, starring as Madame Morrible in Wicked. She played Gingy in Nora and Delia Ephron’s Off-Broadway hit, Love, Loss, and What I Wore, the Broadway production of Harveyat the Roundabout and Ian Rickson’s West End production of The Children’s Hour with Keira Knightly, Elisabeth Moss and Ellen Burstyn. Television includes her arc on Fox’s hit Gotham as the Penguin’s mother, Gertrude Kapelput. She first shined on the small screen as Simka, wife of Latka (Andy Kaufman) on the television series “Taxi” for which she won two Emmy Awards. Additional TV credits include Pearl, All is Forgiven, Seinfeld and Chicago Hope (where she garnered another Emmy nomination), and Girls. and was seen as Richard Belzar’s ex-wife on Law & Order: SVU.
Audiences will next see Danielle starring with Kim Cantrell and Billy Magnuson for CBS All Access on their new 10-episode psychological thriller Tell Me a Story produced by Aaron Kaplan. She can currently also be seen in a major recurring role role on Season 2 of Freeform's Famous in Love and also on The CW's highly anticipated drama All-American. Last year, Campbell took on several film and television projects including The Fine Brothers’ first feature film F*&% the Prom, a Fullscreen original series Alive opposite iCarly’s Nathan Kress, Marvel’s Runaways
for Hulu, and You Can Choose Your Family, directed by Miranda Bailey and executive produced by Ron Howard and Brian Grazer. Danielle made her initial splash as the 16-year-old powerful witch, Davina, on the CW’s hit TV show The Originals, a spin-off from The Vampire Diaries set in New Orleans. In 2010,
she starred in the Disney television movie, Starstruck, and signed a development deal with the company. She then made her debut on the big screen in the 2011 Disney movie Prom, co-starring with Nicholas Braun and Aimee Teegarden. Campbell made her first on-screen appearance with a recurring role on the hit FOX TV show Prison Break. Additional film credits include The Poker House with Jennifer Lawrence and Chloë Grace Moretz, Tyler Perry’s Madea's Witness Protection, and Bryan Wright’s Race to Win.
Scott Adsit won the Joseph Jefferson Award for his work at The Second City Theater in Chicago and still improvises at the Upright Citizens Brigade in Manhattan. Adsit has appeared in many television shows most notably, playing producer Pete Hornberger on NBC’s Emmy Award-winning 30 Rock. He currently plays the role of Greg Hart on HBO’s Veep. Other television credits include The Office, Malcolm in the Middle, Huff, Alias, Friends and Curb Your Enthusiasm. Adsit appeared on the influential sketch comedy showsMr. Show and Tenacious D. He also wrote, produced, directed and performed voices for Adult Swim’s Emmy Award-winning Moral Orel. Adsit performs the voice of Baymax in the Disney feature film hit, Big Hero 6 and appears in St. Vincent with Bill Murray and Melissa McCarthy. Other feature works include the Christopher Guest comedy For Your Consideration, We're The Millers, The Informant,The Bad News Bears, Kicking and Screaming, The Terminal, The Italian Job and Lovely and Amazing.
Steve Tom has been kicking around for years as an established film and television character actor. The guy in the grocery store that you think you know, but you’re not sure from where. That guy. He’s had guest starring roles on Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Modern Family, Parks and Recreation, Two and a Half Men, as well as dramatic shows including six years as Judge Craig Richwood on TNT’s hit Major Crimes, The Closer and NCIS: Los Angeles. For two seasons he was the critically acclaimed host of Will Ferrell’s Funny or Die Presents on HBO. His film work includes Dumb and Dumber To, The Guilt Trip, Seven Pounds and HBO’s Too Big to Fail. Tom lives in Los Angeles, and works anywhere there’s a camera. And yes, he currently is “that guy” in the national Geico campaign.