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  • Corbin Bleu

    Corbin Bleu starred in the Emmy-award winning Disney Channel Original Movie High School Musical and its sequels, High School Musical 2 and High School Musical 3: Senior Year. Additional film roles include Catch That Kid (opposite Kristen Stewart), Galaxy Quest, Mystery Men, Family Tree and William Dear's Free Style, which Bleu also produced. 

    Television credits include Jump In!, Flight 29 Down, Hannah Montana, ER, The Amanda Show, Cover Me, Franklin and Bash, Blue Blood, Psych and Malcolm & Eddie. Currently you can see him as Jeffrey King on One Life to Live.

    On stage, Bleu has appeared on Broadway in Godspell and In the Heights. His debut solo album, Another Side, was released in 2007. His single, "Run It Back Again", became one of the top 10 downloaded songs on iTunes. Bleu was subsequently nominated for a 2008 NAACP Image Award for "Best New Artist."  

    Bleu is also a producer. His production company, Bleuman Entertainment, produced the feature film anthology, Scary or Die where he served as Executive Producer and also starred in one of the films segment shorts “Clowned".  

  • Tauvia Dawn

    Tauvia Dawn, a Las Vegas transplant, made her professional debut as a guest star on CSI: New York. Additional credits include roles The Bold and the Beautiful, Level 26: Dark Prophecy, CSI and The Real Husbands of Hollywood.

  • Charles S. Dutton

    Charles S. Dutton's prolific career has spanned stage and screen. He was born in Baltimore and holds a Master's from Yale's School of Drama. In film, he's appeared in Alien 3, Mississippi Masala, Menace II Society, Rudy, A Time To Kill, Gothika and Legion.

    On television, he spent three seasons in the lead role of the FOX sitcom Roc. He has won two Emmy awards for his work on The Practice and Without a Trace. Additional television work includes Oz, The Sopranos, The L Word, House, Threshold and Zero Hour.  Dutton made his Broadway debut in 1984 in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, for which he received a Tony nomination. An additional Tony nomination followed for The Piano Lesson. Dutton is also a director, with numerous projects such as The Obama Effect and the HBO mini-series The Corner.

  • Stephen Lang

    Stephen Lang is an award winning actor for his work both on film and stage. Lang’s many films include Last Exit to Brooklyn, Tombstone, Gods and Generals, Gettysburg, Public Enemies, White Irish Drinkers, Conan the Barbarian, Christina and Avatar.

    His extensive work on TV includes Michael Mann's classic Crime Story, and Terra Nova. His wide-range of work on the New York stage includes A Few Good Men, The Speed of Darkness, Death of a Salesman, The Guys, Hamlet and 101 critically acclaimed performances of his solo play, Beyond Glory, at the Roundabout.

    He received the NEA Chairman's Medal for Distinguished Service for bringing Beyond Glory to American troops around the globe, as well as the Bob Hope Award from the Congressional Medal of Honor Society for his portrayal of American fighting men. Other theater awards and nominations include The Tony, Drama Desk, Lucille Lortel, Joseph Jefferson, Helen Hayes, and Outer Critics Circle Awards. Lang holds Honorary Doctorates from Swarthmore College and Jacksonville University, and is a member of The Actors Studio.

  • Michelle Pierce

    Michelle Pierce attended UCLA and graduated magna cum laude with a BA in the School of Arts and Architecture. She immediately began working on hit shows like CSI: NY, CSI Miami, Windfall and Criminal Minds, Rules of Engagement, and Living with Fran. She also had a recurring arc on ABC’s Desperate Housewives as Jesse Metcalfe's wife. On NCIS, she plays the recurring role of Breena Palmer, an embalmer with a photographic memory and the new wife of series regular, Jimmy Palmer.

    In film, Michelle has appeared in such films as Transformers, Battle Los Angeles, Play the Game and Brother's Keeper and the indie comedy American Lie.

  • C.J. Thomason

    C.J. Thomason, a Texas native, has held a variety of film and television roles. On the big screen, he's been seen in Husk, Transformers, Sutures and the Jane Doe film series. On the small screen, he had a leading role in the CBS mystery Harper's Island. Additional credits include What About Brian?, CSI: NY, Boston Public and a year as Lucas Jones on General Hospital.