Cast

 

AndreA Anders Jenna Keely

Andrea Anders started her career in theatre. She was an understudy for Mary-Louise Parker in the Broadway production of “Proof” and later played the part of Elaine Robinson in “The Graduate.”

Anders made her television debut as a guest lead on the series “Law & Order”,” and had her first recurring television role in the HBO show “Oz.” She is most notable for her role as lawyer Alex Garrett in “Joey” opposite Matt LeBlanc, Nicole Allen in the CBS sitcom “The Class,” and Linda Katherine Zwordling in ABC’s “Better Off Ted.” Ander’s recent television appearances include her recurring roles in “About a Boy” “Modern Family,” and “The Half of It” as well as regular roles in the NBC comedy pilots, “Crunch Time”and “How We Live.”

Ander’s film work includes The Stepford Wives, The Sex Drive, Return to Zero, and most recently, the leading role in Is That a Gun in Your Pocket?…

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MaTT Passmore | GLENN KEELY

Matt Passmore is a seasoned leading man, having taken the starring role in multiple popular series and film. His most widely recognized role is that of the title character in the hit A&E show The Glades. The show followed Passmore as “Jim Longworth”, a talented homicide detective who moves to sleepy South Florida; the show ran for four well received seasons.

Passmore’s most recent feature Is That a Gun in Your Pocket? has won critical claim, including a Director’s Choice Award, Audience Choice Award, and Best Feature Film Award. The film is set for theatrical release on September 16th, 2016.

Passmore has also starred in USA Network’s Satisfaction where he played the lead role of ‘Neil Truman’, an investment banker who attempts to satisfy his mid-life crisis by stealing the identity of a male escort. Most recently, Passmore showed his talents on the stage for the popular play Speaking in Tongues.

After a stint in the Australian army, Passmore graduated from the prestigious National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in Sydney, Australia.  Upon graduation, he began working in theatre at the Bell Shakespeare Company in Sydney.  Soon thereafter, Matt began his career in television, joining the hit Australian show Always Greener.  He then went on to star in other popular dramas, including Blue Heelers, and international hit shows, Mcleod’s Daughter and Underbelly.   Passmore is repped by UTA, ROAR, and RGM in Australia. 

CLORIS LEACHMAN MAXINE

The Academy Award winning actress Cloris Leachman has also won eight Primetime Emmy® Awards - more than any other performer - as well as a Daytime Emmy® Award. She was inducted into the Television Academy Hall of Fame in 2011 and has her own star in the Hollywood Walk of Fame and was granted an honorary doctorate in 2014 by her alma mater Northwestern University.

Leachman has been front & center on iconic shows from "Lassie," and "The Twilight Zone" to "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," for which she won two of her Emmys® in the role of Phyllis Lindstrom.  Audiences loved Phyllis and soon she had her own spinoff series. From “Facts of Life” to “Malcolm in the Middle”  (another two Emmys®) audiences couldn’t get enough of Cloris. Since then, Cloris earned millions of new fans as the unforgettable Maw Maw in "Raising Hope."   She currently stars in “The 11th” for Feeln.com and will be seen this fall in Starz’s upcoming straight-to-series adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed contemporary fantasy novel, “American Gods.”  She recently finished shooting “The Comedian” with Robert DeNiro for director Taylor Hackford and  “So B. It” for Stephen Gylennhaal.

Peter Bogdonavich cast Cloris as Ruth Popper in "The Last Picture Show," earning her an Oscar® for Best Supporting Actress and a BAFTA Award.   Mel Brooks soon came calling, casting Cloris as the unforgettable Frau Blucher in his classic film "Young Frankenstein.  They soon reteamed on  “High Anxiety” and “History of the World: Part 1.”  From “The Muppet Movie” to “Spanglish” Cloris has continued to delight audiences in over 70 films and hundreds of hours of television.

 

Horatio sanz | LUIS

Horatio Sanz was a member of the Second City from 1993 to 1997. He was a founding member of the Upright Citizens Brigade, and still performs at its long-running comedy show “ASSSCAT” in New York and Los Angeles. He was a cast member of “Saturday Night Live” from 1998 to 2006. He has appeared in various Web videos, TV shows, and films, including “Step Brothers,” in which he played a Billy Joel impersonator.

John Michael Higgins | MAYOR WALLY

Pitch Perfect, Pitch Perfect 2, Best In Show, A Mighty Wind, The Ugly Truth, Couples Retreat

John Heard | SHERIFF PARSONS

Home Alone, Big, NCIS Los Angeles

Lauren Bowles | BARB ARCHER

True Blood, The Heartbreak Kid, Hall Pass,The Messengers

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David Denman | BYRON

David Denman currently co-stars on Cinemax’s "Outcast" opposite Patrick Fugit. He recently was seen in theaters as ‘Boon’ in the Michael Bay directed drama "13 Hours," and will next be seen in the Lionsgate reboot of "Power Rangers" and the indie "Is That a Gun in Your Pocket?..." opposite Andrea Anders. He portrayed ‘Ed’ on the last season of NBC’s "Parenthood" and co-starred on the CBS pilot "Beverly Hills Cop" directed by Barry Sonnenfeld.  Other recent film work includes Jason Reitman’s "Men, Women, & Children," the indie "Beneath The Harvest Sky," "Jobs" opposite Ashton Kutcher and the M. Night Shyamalan film "After Earth." David was the lead on the 20th/FBC half hour series "Traffic Light," created by Bob Fischer.  Before that, he appeared in "Fair Game," directed by Doug Liman and opposite Sean Penn and Naomi Watts. A Juilliard graduate adept at drama and comedy, he gained notoriety for playing the role of ‘Roy’ on NBC’s hit series "The Office." David has also starred in such notable films as "Shutter," "Smart People," "Fan Boys," "The Nines," and "Big Fish."

Katherine McNamara | SANDY KEELY

Katherine McNamara is an up-and-coming young starlet who can currently be seen starring as the lead ‘Clary Fray’ in the Freeform series “Shadowhunters” for which McNamara is nominated for a 2016 Teen Choice Award “Choice TV Breakout Star.” The series premiered to stellar ratings earlier this year and is currently in production on season two. McNamara began her career on Broadway at the age of 13 as ‘Fredrika’ in “A Little Night Music,” starring opposite Catherine Zeta¬-Jones and Angela Lansbury and now divides her talents between television and film. Notable television and film credits include "CSI," “Unforgettable," “Law & Order: SVU,” “Drop Dead Diva,” “30 Rock,” “Workaholics,” “Unforgettable,” “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials,” and “New Year’s Eve.” She graduated summa cum laude with a degree in Business with an emphasis in Finance from Drexel University’s Le Bow School of Business at age 17 and is now pursuing her masters. McNamara is a Champion for the United Nations Foundation’s girl empowerment campaign, Girl Up.

Marshall Bell | DWAYNE

Total Recall, Stand By Me, Twins

Christine Estabrook | SHIRLEY PARSONS

American Horror Story, Mad Men, Desperate Housewives

Fernanda Romero | CONNIE

Born in Mexico City, Fernanda Romero started her career participating in the sensational youth pop group Fryzzby (BMG). After walking away from music to study Fashion Design, Fernanda was spotted by a modeling agency after she was photographed in her own denim line for a marketing campaign. She went on to model for major commercial brands like Levi’s, Ray-Ban and Clean and Clear, and eventually transitioned from commercial advertisement to TV with networks such as Univision, Telemundo, TV Azteca and NBC vying for her to appear in popular television soap operas.

Fernanda's positive performances quickly attracted the calling of the big screen, where she starred alongside Hollywood favorites like Jessica Alba in The Eye, and Charlize Theron in The Burning Plain. Under the direction of Sam Rami, Fernanda’s performance in Drag Me to Hell successfully led her to comedic roles in films like Without Men, which she starred alongside Eva Longoria and Christian Slater. She also headed the cast in Ghost Team One, a comedic film that was praised as ‘Most Acclaimed’ at the Slamdance Film Festival.  Fernanda’s latest projects include: 400 Days with Dane Cook and Brandon Routh; El Hotel alongside Damian Alcazar and Dolores Heredia; David Arquette’s Truck'd Up; and the new comedy, Is That a Gun in Your Pocket?… She had also recently joined the series “Chamacas" Nuevon, a Hispanic channel run by actress Sofia Vergara.

Aside from acting, Fernanda is an ambassador for brands in the health and beauty market that closely relate to her personality and style. Keeping up with her passion for music, Fernanda also sings and produces for her band The White Cherries..

Kevin Conway | CYRUS

Oz, Person Of Interest

Max Lloyd-Jones | DEXTER

Max Lloyd-Jones is widely considered to be one of the current generation’s most burgeoning talents. From his breakout at an early age in 20th Century Fox’s The Sandlot 2 to his performance as the iconic Jason Priestly in Lifetime movie The Unauthorized Beverly Hills 90210 Story, Max is the embodiment of a young leading man.
Able to draw from a wide range, Max has landed several coveted roles in his career so far. He received critical acclaim for his starring role in the civil war period epic Field of Lost Shoes as well he played the hearing impaired student Noah in ABC’s series Switched At Birth.

Other notable projects include the series Scream for MTV, Motive for ABC a recurring on Hallmark period series When Calls The Heart, Adventures In Babysitting for Disney and most recently a special guest star role in Mistresses for ABC.

Catch him next starring opposite Abbie Cobb in the movie Boy in the Attic as well on the big screen next year playing Blue Eyes in War for the Planet of the Apes for 20 th Century Fox.

Chad James Buchanan | KEITH

Chad James Buchanan grew up in the outer regions of Columbus, Ohio in a middle-classed household. He is the son of Melissa (Bradley), a former Miss Ohio/First Runner-Up to Miss America and talented singer, and Tod Buchanan, a highly accomplished illusionist. Primarily raised by his mother, Chad and his siblings Chase and Chloe, led childhoods dominated by sports activities. Chad held numerous state swimming and wrestling records, quarterbacked middle school and high school football teams, and captained the lacrosse team. Following in the footsteps of his older brother Chase, an ATP tour professional who was ranked #1 nationally in his teenage years, Chad won a state doubles championship and two state team championships in tennis. On a whim, Chad decided to move to New York City his senior year in high school to pursue studies in drama. To support his efforts Chad took up a career in modeling and landed international campaigns and work for brands such as Calvin Klein and Versace. Chad's first movie role brought him back to the Midwest, when he was cast in a small part in a film... Shortly after, a modeling stint in Miami landed him a Guest Star on the Fox series "The Glades". He then moved to Los Angeles and enrolled in a classical training drama conservatory. Upon graduating Chad soon began landing consistent roles in both film and television.