Shelli Anderson szerepében:
Carla Gugino Sarasota, Florida, USA - 1971-08-29
Carla was born in Sarasota, Florida. Moved with her mother to Paradise, California, when Carla was just five years old. During her childhood, they moved many times within the state. But she remained a straight-A student throughout high school and graduated as valedictorian. A major modeling agency discovered Carla in San Diego and sent her to New York to begin a new career when she was 15. New York was more than she could handle at that young age, so she returned to LA in the summer, modeling and enrolling in an acting class at the suggestion of her aunt, Carol Merrill, known from "Let's Make a Deal" (1963). During her free time, Carla enjoys yoga, traveling and spending time with her friends in Los Angeles. Description above from the Wikipedia article Carla Gugino, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Kelly Ann Mason szerepében:
Imogen Poots London, England, UK - 1989-06-03
Imogen Poots (born 3 June 1989) is an English actress. She is best known for playing Tammy in 28 Weeks Later. Poots first appeared on-screen in an episode of Casualty and had a non-speaking role in V for Vendetta, but she was largely unknown when, at the age of 17, Juan Carlos Fresnadillo cast her in 28 Weeks Later. Since then, she has appeared in films such as Cracks, Centurion, and the 2011 remake of Fright Night. Although Poots has never formally trained as an actress, according to Giles Hattersley, a practical apprenticeship may have served her well, as she is "compellingly natural" in front of the camera.
Reg Whitehead szerepében:
Rafe Spall East Dulwich, London, England, UK - 1983-03-10
Rafe Joseph Spall is an English actor on both stage and screen. He is perhaps best known for his roles in BBC's The Shadow Line, Channel 4's Pete versus Life, One Day, Anonymous, and the Ridley Scott film Prometheus. He played writer Yann Martel in the 2012 film Life of Pi.
Donna Mancini szerepében:
Keisha Castle-Hughes Donnybrook, Western Australia, Australia - 1990-03-24
Keisha Castle-Hughes (born 24 March 1990) is a New Zealand film actress who rose to prominence at the age of eleven when playing Paikea "Pai" Apirana in the 2002 film Whale Rider. The film was nominated for many awards, including an Academy Award for Best Actress of which she was the youngest female nominated in the Best Actress category and an award at the Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards for Best Actress, which she won in 2004. Since she made her film debut, Castle-Hughes has appeared in various films including Hey, Hey, It's Esther Blueburger (2008), New Zealand tele-movie Piece of my Heart (2009) and a small role in Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (2005). She also played the main role of the Virgin Mary, in the film The Nativity Story in (2006). Description above from the Wikipedia article Keisha Castle-Hughes, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Peter Cambor Houston, Texas, USA - 1978-09-28
Peter was born in Houston, TX. He attended college at Wesleyan University in Connecticut where he received a B.A. in English. Peter then moved to New York to pursue a career in acting. After two years in New York, he was accepted by The American Repertory Theatre's Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at Harvard University and the Moscow Art Theatre, where he received an M.F.A in Acting. Shortly after receiving his M.F.A., Peter was cast in the Mark Taper Forum's production of The Cherry Orchard starring Annette Bening and Alfred Molina in 2006. During the production, a producer asked him to come and audition for the pilot of ABC's Notes from the Underbelly, in which he was cast starring opposite Jennifer Westfeldt. The series was picked up that summer, and ran on ABC for two seasons. Peter was next cast in CBS's drama NCIS:Los Angeles as Operations Psychologist Nate Getz. He still appears as Nate as a recurring cast member. Peter recently starred in the TBS comedy Wedding Band which aired in the fall of 2012. He just wrapped up shooting the NBC pilot Assistance starring Krysten Ritter, Alfred Molina, Zach Cregger, and Vinette Robinson.
Wesley Mason szerepében:
Machine Gun Kelly Houston, Texas, U.S.A. - 1990-04-22
Colson Baker is better known by his stage name Machine Gun Kelly. His stage name was given for his rapid-fire lyrical flow and is a reference to notorious criminal George "Machine Gun Kelly" Barnes. MGK was born in Houston, Texas and experienced multiple moves until 2005 when he and his family settled in Cleveland, Ohio - the city Kelly associates himself with the most. He is signed to Bad Boy and Interscope Records. He rose to fame after releasing his first four mix tapes, Stamp Of Approval (2006), Homecoming (2008), 100 Words and Running (2010), and Lace Up (2010).
Ron White Fritch, Texas, USA - 1956-12-18
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Ronald "Tater Salad" White (born December 18, 1956) is an American stand up comedian who has had two Grammy Award-nominations, and is RIAA certified 10x Platinum for CD and DVD sales of over 10 million units. He is a charter member of the Blue Collar Comedy Tour and authored the book I Had the Right to Remain Silent But I Didn't Have the Ability (Dutton 2006, ISBN 978-0525949619), which appeared on the New York Times best seller list. White is well-known for his famous punchline, "...You can't fix stupid." Description above from the Wikipedia article Ron White, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
Branscombe Richmond Los Angeles, California, USA - 1955-08-08
Highly recognizable Native American actor, stuntman and singer who is equally capable of portraying cold-hearted villains on the one hand and warm-hearted, open "good guys" on the other, as evidenced by his huge grin and hearty laugh. The solidly built 6' 3" Richmond has regularly played the bad guy on-screen. He's been on the receiving end of the fists of Arnold Schwarzenegger in Commando (1985), gotten pummeled by Carl Weathers in Action Jackson (1988) and tangled with Steven Seagal in Hard to Kill (1990). Richmond is the son of movie stuntman Leo C. Richmond and first broke into film and TV in the early 1970s with minor roles in shows such as "The Bionic Woman" (1976), "The Rockford Files" (1974) and "Magnum, P.I." (1980). From there he quickly picked up work in numerous made-for-TV movies and was kept busy throughout the 1980s and 1990s with appearances in such A-grade productions as Licence to Kill (1989), Best Seller (1987) and Batman Returns (1992). He even found himself in the children's film Curly Sue (1991). In early 1991 Richmond scored the key role of "Bobby Six Killer" in the bounty hunter-themed TV series "Renegade" (1992) starring alongside Lorenzo Lamas and Kathleen Kinmont. The series was quite successful and ran from 1992 to 1997, turning out over 100 episodes! Additionally, Richmond has starred in plenty of B-movie action films and has become quite a cult figure of the genre. Since the late 1990s, Richmond has remained busy on several fronts. He's continued acting in Hollywood, is the official spokesman for Indian Motorcycles and is the lead singer for the band "Branscombe Richmond and the Renegade Posse". He's also notched up numerous awards, including being voted "Native American Entertainer of the Year" and "Mr Showman" of the year by the Las Vegas Review Journal. IMDb Mini Biography By: email@example.com