VIVICA FOX (Della) – Vivica keeps busy! Her most recent work includes “Mr. Box Office” and
Lifetime's “Prank My Mom” host. Fox hosted “Big, Rich Texas Reunion” and the last two
“Jerseylicious Reunions.” In film, she co-starred in "In the Hive" with renowned director, Robert
Townsend. She guest starred in Fox Network’s “Raising Hope” and is also the voice of Angel
Dynamite on Cartoon Network’s, “New Scooby Doo.” Another fun guest appearance was in the
critically acclaimed Cinemax’s “Femme Fatale’s” second season. After completing her second
season on HBO's Emmy® Nominated hit comedy, “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” Fox appeared in
Lifetime's “Drop Dead Diva” and Hallmark Channel's Original Christmas Movies, “Farewell Mrs.
Kringle” and “Annie Claus is Coming to Town.”
Fox has co-starred with some of Hollywood’s hottest actors, including Academy Award® winners
Jamie Fox, Halle Berry and Whoopi Goldberg and Academy Award® nominees Will Smith, Uma
Thurman and Queen Latifah. Fox’s feature credits include Quentin Tarantino’s “Kill Bill,” “Ella
Enchanted,” “Independence Day,” “Soul Food,” “Batman and Robin,” “Kingdom Come,” “Why
Do Fools Fall In Love” and “Juwanna Mann.” She also co-produced and starred in “The Salon”
with Academy Award® nominee Terrence Howard and in “The Hard Corps” alongside Jean
Claude Van Damme. Fox's television films include Showtime's “Hendrix” and the ABC/Disney
movie, “A Saintly Switch” opposite David Alan Grier and Rue McClanahan.
Some of Fox’s most memorable characters are also seen in such films as “Independence Day,”
“Set It Off,” “Soul Food,” “Batman and Robin,” “Kingdom Come,” “Why Do Fools Fall In Love,”
“Double Take,” “Teaching Mrs. Tingle,” “Juwanna Mann,” “Boat Trip” and “Idle Hands.”
On the comedic film front, Fox co-starred with Jessica Simpson in “Private Valentine” as well as
produced and starred in “Three Can Play That Game” with Tony Rock. Switching over to
dramatic roles, Fox starred as an FBI Agent in the suspense thrillers “Junkyard Dogs” and a
detective in “Trapped in Haitian Nites.” Fox returned to her action roots in “The Hard Corps,”
with Jean-Claude Van Damme and also co-starred in “Cover,” directed by Bill Duke.
In the world of reality, Fox hosted TV Land’s, “The Cougar” and teamed up with VH1 to
executive produce and host, “Glam God.” Vivica was also a fan favorite on ABC’s, “Dancing With
The Stars” and served as a judge alongside Academy Award® winner Faye Dunaway on the
WB's, “The Starlet.”
On the Fox Network, Vivica also enjoyed success headlining her own sitcom, “Getting Personal,”
opposite Elliot Gould, Jon Cryer and Duane Martin. Fox's numerous television credits include
“Alias,” “My Wife & Kids,” “All of Us,” “Eve” and “Out All Night.”
In 2008, Fox was honored at the NAACP Theater Awards where she received the prestigious
Spirit Award for starring in and producing the stage play Whatever She Wants alongside Boris
Kodjoe and Richard Roundtree. In 2005 and 2006, Fox won the NAACP Image Award and the
Prism Award for Best Actress in a Television Series—Drama. In 2003 she was honored with the
Lady of Soul Lena Horne Career Achievement Award. She and Will Smith won the MTV Movie
Award for Best Kiss for “Independence Day.” Fox has also been voted one of People magazine’s
fifty most beautiful people.
SARAH LANCASTER (Annie) – With genuine talent and a captivating presence, Sarah
Lancaster has been turning heads as one of Hollywood's ascending leading ladies. In
fact, Entertainment Weekly included Lancaster in its “Must List,” a barometer of all that is
"smart, sexy, and reeking of power.” Next up for Lancaster is playing opposite one of
Hollywood’s leading men, Robert Downey Jr., as his soon to be ex-wife in the Warner Bros. and
David Dobkin-directed film, “The Judge.”
As one of the stars of NBC’s cult spy dramedy, “Chuck,” Lancaster has seen her fair share of
action. For five seasons, she has brought life to Dr. Ellie Bartkowski-Woodcomb, Chuck’s overly
protective sister who has required a fair amount of protection herself. To Ellie, Lancaster brings
a captivating combination of warmth and sensibility that has made her a favorite among fans
and critics alike.
Prior to her work on “Chuck,” Lancaster attained the highly coveted female lead on ABC's JJ
Abrams-produced series, “What About Brian.” For two seasons as Marjorie, she was at the
center of the show's love triangle, struggling to choose between her fiancé, Adam (Matt Davis),
and his best friend, Brian (Barry Watson). Lancaster previously recurred on the WB's acclaimed
series “Everwood” as Madison, the babysitter and pivotal love-interest to Gregory Smith's
Ephram. She also delighted audiences with an arc on NBC's long-running sitcom, “Scrubs” as
Gift Shop Girl, Lisa, the object of Zach Braff’s obsession. In 2013, Lancaster starred in the
Hallmark Channel Original Movie “Fir Crazy.” On the big screen, Lancaster played a love
interest to Leonardo DiCaprio's character in “Catch Me If You Can,” as well as the Indy Feature
Film “The Good Doctor,” opposite Orlando Bloom.
Lancaster was born in Overland Park, Kansas, where she grew up with her younger brother,
Daniel. Her mother was a homemaker and her father was in real estate. It was her father's job
that led the family to Mission Viejo, California, when Lancaster was 10 years old. Soon after the
move to Southern California, Lancaster began taking acting classes and landed a talent agent.
Following a few months of commuting from Orange County to Los Angeles for auditions, she
secured her first professional series regular role, starring as Rachel on “Saved by the Bell: The
New Class.”
Lancaster resides in Los Angeles with her husband and son. Her interests include travel,
reading, the arts and staying fit with such activities as tennis, hiking and Pilates. She also lends
her time to various charities and organizations including: The Alzheimer’s Foundation, the
Orange County Performing Arts Center, Habitat for Humanity and Operation Smile.
MARCIA STRASSMAN (Opal) – Talented veteran actress Marcia Strassman is probably best
known for her role as Julie Kotter on the popular ABC sitcom “Welcome Back, Kotter” from 1975
to 1979. Starring alongside stand-up comic Gabe Kaplan as his wife, the show centered on a
Brooklyn schoolteacher who returns to his alma mater to teach rebel high school students,
including a young, pre-fame John Travolta.
After “Welcome Back, Kotter,” Strassman found success in recurring and guest-starring roles on
such series as “Magnum P.I.,” “The Love Boat,” “Touched by an Angel,” “Murder She Wrote,”
“Amazing Stories,” “Highlander,” “Sweet Justice,” “Providence,” “Noah Knows Best,” “Tremors”
and “Third Watch.”
Born in New York City and raised in Passaic, New Jersey, Strassman began her career in
modeling and musical theater, replacing a young Liza Minnelli in the off-Broadway production of
Best Foot Forward. One of her first television roles was a recurring role as nurse Margie Cutler
on “M*A*S*H” for six episodes. Her varied talent also includes voiceover work on children’s
series “Rugrats” and “Aaahh!!! Real Monsters.”
Strassman is also no stranger to the big screen and received accolades for her role as Rick
Moranis' worried wife in the surprise hit feature "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids" in 1989 and its
sequel, "Honey, I Blew Up the Kid" in 1992. Her other film credits include “Soup for One,” “The
Aviator,” “And You Thought Your Parents Were Weird,” “Another Stakeout,” “Power Play,”
“Reeker” and “Noah’s Ark.” On television, Strassman was seen as a lead in such TV movies as
NBC’s “Brave New World,” the ABC Afterschool Special “Daddy Can’t Read,” Showtime’s
“Mastergate” and “The Rockford Files.”
Strassman has also made strides as an activist working with such organizations as AIDS Walk,
DCC phone bank, Tuesday’s Child and the UCLA Breast Cancer Center.
OSCAR NUNEZ (Frank) – Oscar Nunez is best known for playing Oscar Martinez on NBC's “The
Office.” He has won an Emmy®, two SAG Awards, an ALMA Award, a TV Land Award and an
Impact Award from the National Hispanic Media Coalition for the role. Oscar is also recognized
for his large supporting role in the hit movie “The Proposal” and for creating and starring in his
own Comedy Central series “Halfway Home.”
Raised in New Jersey, Oscar's acting career started on the East Coast. He studied acting in
New York and Washington D.C. and performed with The Shock of the Funny improv troupe.
After stints studying fashion, art and dentistry, Oscar moved to Los Angeles where he
performed with the Groundlings as a member of their Sunday Company.
Oscar has appeared in the features “The Italian Job”, “Without Men,” “Language of a Broken
Heart” and “Beethoven's Big Break” and on numerous TV shows including “Curb Your
Enthusiasm,” “Bob's Burgers,” “24,” “Reno 911,” “Bad Teacher” and “Survining Jack.” Oscar
recently starred opposite Rob Lowe as Casey Anthony's attorney Jose Baez in the Lifetime
original movie “Prosecuting Casey Anthony.” He recently finished work on a new USA sitcom
pilot called “Benched.”
KIP PARDUE (George Munroe) – Award-winning actor Kip Pardue was an honor student and
star quarterback at Yale University, where he earned a degree in economics. To help pay his
way through college, Pardue moonlighted as model for top brands like Armani, Polo and
Abercrombie & Fitch. Pardue’s big break came with Walt Disney's feature film “Remember the
Titans,” where he starred as the memorable hippy quarterback "Sunshine," opposite Denzel
Since then, Pardue has starred in almost 40 films, including “But I’m a Cheerleader” with
Michelle Williams, “Driven” opposite Sylvestor Stalone, Roger Avary's adaptation of Bret Easton
Ellis' “Rules of Attraction,” Catherine Hardwick's “Thirteen,” “Loggerheads” with Bonnie Hunt
and “Undiscovered” with Ashlee Simpson, as well as hit TV series such as “ER” and “House.”
Most recently, Pardue made noise playing Heinz ketchup adman Tim Jablonski on the awardwinning television series “Mad Men.” He was also seen on the big screen starring in Lionsgate's
“Hostel: Park III,” the third installment of the wildly successful “Hostel” franchise and
“Phantom,” alongside Ed Harris and David Duchovny. Continuing his busy schedule, Pardue
recently wrapped “Missionary” with Dawn Olivieri and “The Nightmare Nanny” for Lifetime.
Pardue is a long time resident of Venice Beach, California.
BRANDON QUINN (Henry) – Hailing from Aurora, Colorado, actor Brandon Quinn first found
success as the star of Fox Family TV series “Big Wolf on Campus” playing Tommy Dawkins, a
high school jock who is bitten and turned into a werewolf. After starring on the series for three
seasons, Quinn turned his attention to other TV roles, including guest starring appearances on
“The Nightmare Room,” “What I Like About You,” “Drake & Josh,” “CSI,” “Reba” and “Without a
Trace.” Most recently, Quinn guest starred on “The Vampire Diaries” and “Melissa & Joey.”
Quinn was also seen in recurring roles on such hit series as “Charmed,” “Vanished,” “The O.C.,”
HBO’s “Entourage” and Lifetime Network’s “Against the Wall.”
In film, Quinn has enjoyed lead roles in “Express: Aisle to Glory,” “Fizzy Bisness,” “Malachance,”
“The Morgue,” “Thirst” and “Kill Speed.” His latest project is starring in the adventure comedy
short, “The Caper Kind/Swiss Mistake.”
Quinn lives in Los Angeles with his wife and their two children.