Gabriel Olds – Jack

Olds began acting at age 15 at The Public Theater in New York, in a performance of Measure for Measure in 1987. Soon after, he was cast in 14 Going on 30 (ABC, 1988), a two-part Disney Sunday Movie with an age-shifting plot, similar to Big. In 1992, Olds was hired by Dick Wolf for an episode of Law & Order called “Pride and Joy”, in which Olds played an ambitious student who murders his father.

In 1993, Olds made his Broadway debut with the drama Any Given Day, a prequel to the Pulitzer Prize-winning The Subject Was Roses. Olds took time off from Yale University to perform in the show. Soon after, Olds was cast in the Penny Marshall-produced film Calendar Girl, a nostalgic take on the teen road trip. Back at Yale, Olds starred in and directed the Shakespearean drama Richard II, to positive notices. More work followed, with a supporting role in John Frankenheimer’s Civil War prison camp miniseries Andersonville (TNT), and work on Party of Five (Fox), Sisters (NBC), and a well-reviewed appearance in Charmed.

Olds then went back to Broadway, co-starring in Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge at the Roundabout Theater, which won the Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play. Olds was well received as Rodolpho, an illegal immigrant who stays with Eddie Carbone (Anthony LaPaglia, Tony-winner for this performance) and falls in love with Catherine (Brittany Murphy, in her Broadway debut).

Olds also took a supporting role opposite Billy Crudup in the track and field-themed Steve Prefontaine biopic Without Limits. In 2000, Law & Order producer Dick Wolf, who’d worked with Olds before, offered him the lead role in The WB’s political drama, D.C. (TV series). The actor was hired to play Mason Scott, a privileged idealist with a pragmatic roommate (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) and a flaky twin sister (Jacinda Barrett).

Olds then went on to playing a deluded actor in the independent drama Urbania (2000). Other credits include E-Ring, Commander in Chief, Six Feet Under, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Cold Case, Numb3rs, Medium, Franklin & Bash and Private Practice. Olds also played the role of “Ed” in the Tommy Lee Jones film The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada (winner of two awards at the Cannes Film Festival, 2005), though his scenes were deleted.

In 2007, Olds filmed two television pilots, Conspiracy (Lifetime), and Winters (NBC). The latter was executive produced by David Shore, creator of House. In the same year, Olds starred in the LA stage production of the two-person play Tryst, at the Black Dahlia Theater, which got him rave reviews, 6 nominations, and 2 wins for Best Actor, from LA Weekly Theater Awards and the LADCC.

Olds did voiceover work for playing psychopath Paul Carson in Capcom’s video game Dead Rising, and other characters in Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, and Dishonored: Death of the Outsider.

Olds was in NBC’s The Event, and NBC’s Heroes where he plays a shape-shifted version of Sylar. Olds can be seen in the CBS dramas Criminal Minds and The Mentalist, and in the Bruce Willis action film Surrogates, in which he plays a cyborg cop. Olds had a recurring part on HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, and has appeared on all of CBS’s NCIS franchise shows, including, NCIS (TV series), NCIS: New Orleans, and NCIS: Los Angeles. Olds played Crowley on SEAL Team (TV series).

Olds’ indie film, Selling Isobel won best picture at the San Diego International Film Festival in 2017.

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Jay Huguley – Kevin

Jay Huguley is best known for playing David on AMC’s The Walking Dead, and Jimmy Ledoux on HBO’s True Detective, opposite Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson.

Huguley also played Will Branson on Seasons 3 and 4 of the HBO series, Treme, and Whit Peyton in the Emmy Award-winning ABC TV series, Brothers & Sisters.

In 2015, Huguley starred as Jonah Bock in the hit indie darling, “Sunny in the Dark,” a feature film directed by Courtney Ware, for which he took home the award for “Best Actor” from the Northeast Film Festival.

In 2013, he appeared in Steve McQueen’s Oscar-winning film (“Best Picture”), “12 Years a Slave,” with Chiwetel Ejiofor, Brad Pitt and Michael Fassbender. In addition to “Treme,” Huguley has also played recurring characters in ABC Family’s Ravenswood (the spin-off to Pretty Little Liars), and in the CW’s Star-Crossed.

Huguley spent his teenage years attending The Peddie School, a boarding school in Hightstown, N. J., where he later graduated. He spent a year abroad at The University of London studying Political Science, and graduated from American University in Washington, D.C., with a double major in Political Science and Communications.

Huguley studied acting at The Lee Strasberg Institute in New York, under the aegis of Anna Strasberg, and at the Beverly Hills Playhouse in L.A., under the world-renowned teacher Milton Katselas.

He first realized his passion for acting while taking a Directing class in college, where one of his assignments was to audition for the school play to get an idea of what actors experience in their process of attempting to score acting roles. He got the part of the Gentleman Caller in Tennessee Williams’ “The Glass Menagerie.” After rehearsing for his role, he knew this was all he wanted to do.

Huguley also worked as a fashion model for brands like Armani, Valentino, Zegna, and Romeo Gigli, in London, Milan and Paris.

In his earliest appearances on TV, Huguley starred in smaller roles on MADtv; Norm; Walker, Texas Ranger; Providence; and Strong Medicine; before getting more recurring roles on television series such as Summerland and Alias. He also starred as Richard Hightower on the highest-rated daytime drama, The Young and The Restless, in 2010.

In 2008, Huguley starred in David Lindsay-Abaire’s Tony Award-winning play “Rabbit Hole” at the Skylight Theatre. For his role, the Los Angeles Times said, “Jay Huguley dwells inside the play’s contradictions and connects us to its anguished, buoyant heart.” The following year, Huguley played the lead role in Tom Stoppard’s “The Real Thing” at Los Angeles’ Skylight Theatre.

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Michael Cram – Allen

Michael Cram has been fixture on North American television and film for over 20 years. He is best known as Kevin “Wordy” Wordsworth from the CBS hit television series, Flashpoint, popular in the United States, Canada, and over 70 countries around the world; as well as for his portrayal of Season 2 bad guy, Mark Novak on The Girlfriend Experience on Starz; and as Kevin Ford on ABC’s hit show Rookie Blue. Recent TV and film credits include Every Day, alongside Maria Bello, directed by Michael Suscy; Miss Sloane, with Jessica Chastain and Gugu Mbatha-Raw, directed by Academy Award winner John Madden; and NCIS: LA on CBS. He will soon appear in Season 3 of Hulu’s dark crime drama Cardinal.

 

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Jack Noseworthy – Jim

Born and raised in Massachusetts, Jack received his BFA from The Boston Conservatory. Currently staring in the Toronto production of COME FROM AWAY. He began his career on stage in the national tour of the musical CATS. He made his Broadway debut in the original company of JEROME ROBBINS BROADWAY, played Mark in A CHORUS LINE, and opposite John Lithgow in SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS. In addition to his New York stage work, he received the Los Angeles Drama Critics prize and a Drama-Logue Award as Best Actor for his starring role as Alan Strang in the Los Angeles production of EQUUS. He stared as Pip in the Utah Shake’s production of GREAT EXPECTATIONS as well as Mr. Charles Bingley, in PRIDE & PREJUDICE.

In January of 2017 he guest stared on “Shades Of Blue” opposite Ray Liotta, and is currently shooting the independent feature “Band Night”. Jack played Alan deShields in the Lifetime miniseries “Marilyn”. He played Bobby Kennedy in NatGeo’s highest rated film, “Killing Kennedy” opposite Rob Lowe and Ginnifer Goodwin. He has completed the features”10,000 Miles”, “Julia” “Needlestick” and “Tio Papi”. He played “Mordred” in CAMELOT opposite Nathan Gunn at The Glimmerglass Festival, and recently shot the web pilot, IN PLAIN VIEW. He received rave reviews as Elliot in “Two Point Oh” Jeff Jackson’s new play off Broadway at 59E59th St. in NYC, as well as narrating the Christopher Wheeldon Ballet, “Carnival Of The Animals” for NYCB.

In the motion picture arena, he has worked with Jonathan Mostow five times, most recently in the Bruce Willis action thriller “The Surrogates”, as well as, “Breakdown,” “U-571,” the FOX Network’s pilot “Them” and his cameo in “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines”. Jack’s other feature film credits include the independent favorites, “Pretty Ugly People” and “Phat Girlz,” as well as, “Undercover Brother,” “Poster Boy,” “Unconditional Love,” “Event Horizon,” “The Brady Bunch Movie,” “Barb Wire,” “Trigger Effect,” “Cecil B. DeMented,” “Alive” and “Encino Man,” his movie debut.

On television: the Hallmark-Hall-Of-Fame western “Aces ‘N Eights” “ELVIS” opposite Jonathan Rhys Meyers, played Sissy Spacek’s son in “A Place For Annie,” and Anne Bancroft’s obsession in “Mrs. Cage.” Other television credits include: “Shades Of Blue” “CSI,” “The District,” “Law & Order,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Crossing Jordan” and “Judging Amy” (four episodes). He also has the distinction of being the series lead on MTV’s first scripted series, “Dead At 21.”

In March of 2016, Jack produced “Arrabal” at the Bi-Annual Ibero American Theatre Festival in Bogota, Colombia. “Arrabal” begins rehearsals in Cambridge, Ma at American Repertory Theatre on April 3rd, 2017. It opens on May 12th and runs thru June 18th. He previously optioned and produced “Peter & I” by Matte O’Brien and Matt Vinson. Jack created, directed and produced three benefits under the Voices For Change banner at Ars Nova, for John Kerry’s presidential campaign.

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Darin Cooper – David

Cooper earned a BFA from Kansas State University, but instead of going for an MFA he studied with Larry Moss, training for 3 and half years with the legendary acting teacher on the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica, California. Cooper’s first role came during that time in a self-produced 16mm film (during the pre-digital era) as the lead character in The Devil You Know. He was cast shortly thereafter in the critically acclaimed family film, The Setting Son, as the titular character, Max, a young father dying of cancer.

It took eight years from the day of his arrival to book his first primetime television roles which were on the popular series’ J.A.G. and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.   Since then Cooper has guest starred and recurred on numerous hit television shows in his twenty year career, including The Walking Dead, NCIS, and Criminal Minds to The X Files, 24, Charmed and Ally McBeal.

The renowned feature film director, David Fincher, has hired Cooper twice, the first time as a slick Facebook lawyer in The Social Network, then as a drunk in a riverboat casino in Gone Girl.

Next up, Cooper can be seen opposite Matt Damon and Christian Bale in LeMans ’66 directed by James Mangold (Walk The Line, 3:10 to Yuma, Logan, Cop Land, Girl Interrupted)

 

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