Jeanine Mason currently recurs as Dr. Sam Bello on ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy and was previously a series regular on the network’s Of Kings and Prophets. The actress, who started her career as a dancer, winning Season 5 of Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance, also has done guest spots on Criminal Minds, You’re the Worst and Major Crimes. In features, she is probably best known for her role in The Archer; she is also the star of Foster Wilson’s short Waffles. Mason is repped by WME, 3 Arts Entertainment and Gang, Tyre, Ramer & Brown.


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Josh Zuckerman has played major roles in film genres ranging from comedy (Sex Drive, Austin Powers III) to horror (Feast) to drama (The Hottest State, CBGB) and has appeared in TV series such as Desperate Housewives, CSI Miami, Boston Legal, House, NYPD Blue90210, and Significant Mother. Theater credits include: Juno and The Paycock (Odyssey Theatre), Cock (Creative Works Theatre), Autumn Garden (Antaeus Theatre), A Delicate Ship (The Road Theatre), and the 2016 Rogue Machine production of Dutch Masters, for which he won a Stage Raw Award for Best Two-Person Performance. Josh most recently wrote and directed his first short film, A Real Adventureand is currently developing a feature film with production scheduled in late 2018.  Zuckerman is repped by Gersh and Authentic.


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Patrick Quinlan studied Theatre Arts at Loyola University Chicago before training with the British American Drama Academy & Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre. After moving to Los Angeles, Patrick began studying improvisation and sketch comedy performance/writing, graduating from the Second City Conservatory Training Program. Recent TV: I’m Dying Up Here, 9-1-1, Law & Order: The Menendez Brothers, and Insecure. Recent Film: Dan Gilroy’s upcoming Netflix film, Velvet Buzzsaw, A Change of Heart, Hostile Border.

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Caroline is an American-French graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she studied at the Atlantic Theater School and Stonestreet School for Film and Television. She wrote and starred in the short film Da Capo, which has screened at Cleveland International Film Festival, Napa Valley Film Festival, Sidewalk Film Festival, LA Shorts, and New Hope Film Festival, among others. She recently appeared in the first season of Here and Now on HBO opposite Tim Robbins. As a voiceover artist, she can be heard in many national commercials for TV and Radio, as well as the character “Veronica” in 2017’s videogame Resident Evil: Biohazard DLC.  She speaks fluent French and Italian.

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Kelvin O'Bryant is a classically trained, Los Angeles based actor. In addition to his numerous regional theater credits, Kelvin received a special mention in the New York Times for his performance as Harry Percy in The Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey's production of Richard II. He has worked on 16 national commercial campaigns for global brands, such as Coca-Cola, Taco Bell, and Honda. Television credits: CBS's The Unit, CW's Lincoln Heights, and FX's You're the Worst. Film credits: O starring Mekhi Phifer & Martin Sheen; Midnight Meat Train starring Bradley Cooper, and Ink directed by Academy Award nominatee Marianne Jean Baptiste. Most recently, Kelvin produced and starred in the pilot Thanks for Trying. He is repped by Holly Shelton Management. 

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Danny Jolles is an actor/comedian/writer living in Los Angeles. He currently plays George on the CW's Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. He is also seen in the film Ithaca, directed by Meg Ryan, the horror/comedy feature Patchwork, and on television on Love and The Joel Mchale Show. As a comedian, Danny has performed all over the city and also at SF Sketchfest and March Comedy Madness. He was a “Comic To Watch” at Riot LA 2016 and a new face at Just For Laughs 2017. As a writer, he has written for Friends of the People on TruTV and created Criminal Crimes for Above Average and Internet History for Fusion.

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Ursula Burton’s TV work includes recurring roles on Grey's Anatomy, Hart of Dixie, Rake, The Office and the hit BBC sitcom My Family, as well as numerous appearances. Film roles: Sgt. Bilko, Chairman of the Board, Mafia, and The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood. Ursula is a founder of FIVE SISTERS PRODUCTIONS and has produced multiple feature films: Letting Go of GodJust FriendsManna from HeavenTemps, and Kings, Queens & In-Betweens. She regularly directs and co-produces audio dramas. Ursula wrote, directed, and produced the award-winning comedy, The Happiest Day of His Life, which won a Viewer's Choice Award on MTV's LOGO Channel and qualified for the Academy Awards.

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For the last three seasons, Tara has played Lucille on the critically acclaimed Comedy Central show, Review. She has guest starred and recurred on over fifty television shows such as Doubt, Brooklyn Nine Nine, Shut Eye, Preacher, Longmire, Shameless, In Plain Sight, Prison Break, The Mentalist, Entourage, ER, The New Adventures of  Old Christine, Bones, Without a Trace, C.S.I., Malcolm in the Middle, Six Feet Under, N.Y.P.D. and Everybody Loves Raymond among countless others. Tara also co-wrote/produced and starred in the independent feature film BFFs which premiered at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival and can currently be seen on Amazon and Flix Premiere (USA/UK).

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