SEAN MODICA (“Charlie”) is an actor and writer working predominantly in both commercials and voice-overs. He was a member of the original ensemble cast of Split The Difference, Best Comedy and Audience Award winner of The NYTVF.

Sean and his writing partner are currently developing and pitching two TV series on the West Coast. Other film credits include: Lucky, starring Colin Hanks and Ann Margaret.

 

VANESSA RAY (“Rachel”) currently stars in the CBS police drama Blue Bloods as Officer Edit “Eddie” Janko. Since 2012, Vanessa has appeared in ABC Family’s hit show Pretty Little Liars as the popular, charismatic CeCe Drake. Previously, she starred on the USA Network series Suits as Jenny.

In 2014, Ray starred in the comedy movie You Must Be Joking alongside Margaret Colin. She also recently starred in the horror film Devil’s Due opposite Zach Gilford and Sam Anderson. Her additional film credits include Frances Ha, Mutual Friends, Wisdom Teeth, Not Waving But Drowning, Nice Guy Johnny and Finding Chance. Her other TV credits include Girls, Nurse Jackie, White Collar, The Mentalist, Pretty Dirty Secrets, As The World Turns, The Right Not to Know, Damages, The Battery’s Down, and Bored to Death. 

Ray starred in the 2010 Broadway production of Hair playing the role of Crissy. She performed in the acclaimed musical Footloose and earned her Actor’s Equity card for her role as Rusty, performing “Let’s Hear It for the Boy.” She originated the role of Nemo in Robert and Kristin Lopez’s Finding Nemo: The Musical at Orlando’s Disney World. Vanessa also performed the role of Olive Ostrovsky in the national tour of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.

JEAN-LUC BILODEAU (“Clark”) is a Canadian actor best known for his starring role in the hit ABC Family series Baby Daddy, in which he plays Ben, a twenty-two year old who has to raise his three-month-old daughter after she is left at his doorstep by his ex-girlfriend. For his role, he has earned two Teen Choice Award nominations. He also had a lead role in the ABC Family series Kyle XY.

Bilodeau has also appeared in films and television series such as Ill FatedTrick 'r Treat16 WishesNo Ordinary Family and Best Player. He was also in Emmalyn Estrada's music video "Don't Make Me Let You Go" and plays Jeremy in the movie LOL, alongside Demi Moore and Miley Cyrus. He is also known for his roles in the television movies 16 Wishes for Disney and Expecting Amish for Lifetime.

LYNN COHEN (“Mrs. Joshman”) is best known to audiences as ‘Magda’ in the HBO series Sex and the City (and the two subsequent feature films based on the series), ‘Mags’ in Lionsgates’ The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and for her critically acclaimed portrayal of ‘Golda Meier’ in Steven Spielberg’s Munich. Cohen has also appeared in They Came Together with Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler; Eagle Eye; Charlie Kaufman’s Synecdoche, New York; A Life Before Her Eyes with Uma Thurman; Deception with Hugh Jackman and Ewan McGregor; Invincible with Mark Wahlberg, Louis Malle’s Vanya on 42nd Street; Julie Taymor’s Across the Universe, Woody Allen’s Manhattan Murder Mystery and many others. 

Cohen has recurring roles on the television series Damages, Bored to Death and Law and Order. On stage she performed in Macbeth (Public Theatre); Ivanov (Lincoln Center), as well as other works at New York Theater Workshop, New York Shakespeare Festival, Primary Stages and EST. In addition, she appeared at theaters across the country. She is a Fox Fellow, a recipient of a Bowden Award from New Dramatists and a member of the Actors Studio, New York Theatre Workshop, EST, and Actors Center.

JOSHUA BURROW (“Glen”) is best known to audiences as Captain Morgan in the company’s global media campaign, with commercials directed by Oscar winner Tom Hooper. He has also provided the voice of Terry Thorpe for the fourth and fifth installments of the popular video game series Grand Theft Auto.

Burrow starred in the indie thriller The Crimson Mask, which won over 40 international film festival awards. He reprised his role for the Hulu miniseries Curse of the Crimson Mask. His other film credits include Black Dog, Red Dog, All Dark Places, Absence, InSearchOf and Head Games. He has had guest starring roles on numerous hit television shows including Banshee, Blue Bloods, Body of Proof, Law & Order: CI, Mercy, The Unusuals and Sex and the City. In 2015 he can be seen in The Lost Boy alongside Virginia Madsen.

ROB BARTLETT (“Rick”) is an actor, standup comedian, radio personality and writer. His television credits include Late Night with David Letterman and stints with Conan O’Brien. His starring roles on television include the Paramount/CBS comedy special What’s Alan Watching?, ABC's Move the Crowd, and a recurring role on NBC as attorney Milton Schoenfeld on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.

He wrote and starred in the Public Television special, Rob Bartlett's Not For Profit TV Special, which was nominated for five Emmy Awards and won for Best Writing and Best Entertainment Program.

Rob made his Broadway debut as author and star of More to Love. His Broadway Credits also include Amos Hart in Chicago, Mr. Mushnik in the 2003 revival of Little Shop of Horrors, and as Herman in the 2005 revival of Sweet Charity with Christina Applegate. In the fall of 2005, he began performances as Speed, the poker-playing crony of Oscar and Felix, in the revival of Neil Simon’s The Odd Couple with Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick.  In 2012, his most recent Broadway appearance was in the revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying starring Daniel Radcliffe. Rob also won a Drama Desk award for his role in the critically acclaimed play Tabletop.