Zoe Barnes szerepében:
Laura Harris 1976-11-20 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Laura Elizabeth Harris (born November 20, 1976) is a Canadian actress. Description above from the Wikipedia article Laura Harris, licensed under BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Ron Livingston 1967-06-05 Cedar Rapids, Iowa, USA
Ronald Joseph "Ron" Livingston (born June 5, 1967) is an American film and television actor. His roles include a disaffected corporate employee in the film Office Space, a sardonic writer in a short-term relationship with Carrie Bradshaw in the TV show Sex and the City, and Captain Lewis Nixon in the miniseries Band of Brothers. In 2006, he starred as FBI negotiator Matt Flannery in the Fox series Standoff, co-starring Rosemarie DeWitt, and he was an ad spokesman for Sprint Nextel. In 2009 he portrayed flight engineer Maddux Donner in the series Defying Gravity, which was cancelled after a single season. Description above from the Wikipedia article Ron Livingston, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Christina Cox 1971-07-31 Toronto, Ontario, Canada
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Christina Cox (born July 31, 1971) is a Canadian movie and television actress and stuntwoman.
Peter Howitt 1957-05-05 Manchester, Greater Manchester, England, UK
Peter Howitt is an English actor and film director. He grew up in Eltham, London and Bromley, Kent, Peter used to be a part of the Priory Players in the Priory behind Christ Church, Eltham. He has two children, Luke (born 1990) and Amy (born 2008). He currently resides in Vancouver, Canada. He first found success playing Joey Boswell in the British TV series Bread. In 1998 he wrote and directed his first film, Sliding Doors (1998). Since then he has directed several films, including AntiTrust (2001), Johnny English (2003), Laws of Attraction (2004) and Dangerous Parking (2008) which he adapted from the novel by Stuart Browne, produced and directed as well as playing the lead role.
Malik Yoba 1967-09-17 New York City, New York, USA
Malik Yoba (born September 17, 1967) is an American actor and occasional singer. Description above from the Wikipedia article Malik Yoba,licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Maxim Roy 1972-03-07 Rigaud - Québec - Canada
Maxim Roy (born March 7, 1972, Rigaud, Quebec) is a Canadian actress. Among her other roles, she currently stars in the English version of the Canadian police drama television series 19-2. Roy has worked in theatre, film and television. Her breakthrough was the lead in a thirteen-episode TV series Au nom du Pere et du Fils. She then went on to do the sequel, Le Sorcier. She appeared in Love & Human Remains and in the television film Platinum. Her theatrical work includes roles in musicals and in the play L'Affaire Tartuffe. She appeared in the Golden Reel winning Les Boys in 1999. Roy is a founder and co-owner of the film production company, Sanna Films. The company's first film Final Four, was written and directed by Roy. She plays a part in a second production, Lotto 6/66, starring Peter Miller and directed by one of Roy's partners, Dominic Laurence James. She is the sister of Québécois actors Gildor Roy, Luc Roy (with whom she starred in Coyote), and Yvon Roy.
Andrew Airlie 1961-09-18 Glasgow, Scotland, UK
Andrew Airlie is a Scottish-born Canadian actor. He has starred in television series including Breaker High and his TV credits include guest starring in popular television shows such as Monk, Smallville, Stargate SG-1 and The X-Files. He had television regular roles as Mr. Oliver, the protagonist's father, on the series, Reaper, which aired from 2007 until 2009, and as Mission Control Commander Mike Goss on the series Defying Gravity in 2009. His best-known movie role was as "Christopher Corman" in Final Destination 2. Description above from the Wikipedia article Andrew Airlie, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Florentine Lahme 1974-07-21 Berlin, Germany
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Florentine Lahme (born July 21, 1974 in Berlin, Germany) is a German actress. After she passed her Abitur, Lahme studied Japanology and English for four semesters. After that she decided to become an actress. One of her first noted roles was "Karen Stember" a student nurse in the German TV show Geliebte Schwestern (trans. "Beloved Sisters"). This went on for 250 episodes. She also had numerous appearances in other German shows and feature films. She last played the role of Nadia Schilling in the TV series Defying Gravity. Description above from the Wikipedia article Florentine Lahme, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Dylan Taylor 1981-07-09 Toronto, Ontario, Canada
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Dylan Taylor is a Canadian actor, best known for playing Steve Wassenfelder, the ship’s out of shape theoretical physicist on the TV series Defying Gravity. Description above from the Wikipedia article Dylan Taylor, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia
Paula Morales szerepében:
Paula Garcés 1974-03-20 Medellin, Antioquia, Colombia
Paula Garcés (born March 20, 1974) is a Colombian American film and television actress, known for her appearance in films such as Clockstoppers and Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle, and on TV shows such as CSI: Miami, The Shield, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, The Sopranos , Oz and Warehouse 13. Description above from the Wikipedia article Paula Garcés, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Peter Hewitt 1962-10-09 Brighton, England, UK
Peter Hewitt (b. October, 9 1962, Brighton, England, United Kingdom) is an English film director and writer, known for Garfield (2004) (credited as Pete Hewitt), Thunderpants (2002), Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey (1991) and The Candy Show (1989). Upon graduating from England's National Film and Television School in 1990, Hewitt flew to Hollywood with his BAFTA award-winning short film, The Candy Show, in hand. Once there, he called executives from major U.S. studios and asked if he could show them his film. Soon after, he landed an agent and made his feature film directorial debut with Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey. Although not as big a success as the original, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, the movie made a profit. He turned to TV next, directing the first two hours of the mini-series Wild Palms. He directed Disney's Tom and Huck in 1995 which was based on Mark Twain's The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Hewitt returned to Britain to film The Borrowers, loosely based on a children's novel by Mary Norton of the same name. He remained in England to helm Whatever Happened to Harold Smith? (1999), then tried his hand at TV work again with The Princess of Thieves (2001), filmed in Romania but featuring a mostly British cast, including a young Keira Knightley as Robin Hood's daughter, Gwyn. Hewitt co-wrote the script for his next film, Thunderpants. It was filmed in the U.K.
Ty Olsson 1974-01-28 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Ty Olsson is a Canadian voice, film and television actor, best known for voicing the dragon Ord on Dragon Tales, for portraying actual 9/11 victim Mark Bingham in the A&E television film Flight 93, and for playing vampire Benny Lafitte in Supernatural.