While attending the Riverdale High School in Bronx, NY, Nick has pursued his passion of acting from a very young age. He has starred in multiple short films in that time, and has honed his emerging talents at the Stella Adler Conservatory, focusing on method acting to let the instincts of the characters he immerses himself into merge with his own persona.
After graduating from Brown University, Ms. Marsh has worked as a professional actress for the past 20 years, appearing in critically acclaimed films such as John Cameron Mitchell's Rabbit Hole, Doug Liman's Mister and Mrs. Smith, Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, and recently had a three-episode stint on Hulu's Original Series The Path.
Born in New Orleans and son to Peter Weller (AKA Robocop) Fred has been around acting all his life. After 5 years as the male lead on USA's In Plain Sight and consistent stage collaborations with Neil Labute, he has taken the TV world by storm, having multiple episode arcs on CBS's The Good Wife, Showtime'sBanshee, and critically adored The Knick, starring Clive Owen and Directed by Steven Soderbergh. He is working with Mr. Soderbergh again on his ground-breaking series Mosaic for HBO, set to air in early-mid 2017.
Born in Roanoke, Virginia in 1960, Jack has been acting professionally for nearly three decades. While best know and Safe, he has been a mainstay in the television world, with multiple-episode arcs on shows like Star Trek: Enterprise and Damages, as well as a bevy of appearances throughout the years on any one of Fred Wolf's Law and Order series. In 2017, he is set for a major role in Ted Geoghegan's Mohawk.
Born in Southern California, Erika's family moved her from Hong Kong, Taipei, and Taiwan during her childhood. She eventually ended up in New York City, where received her BFA from Tisch School of Arts. She has made appearances in shows such as Nurse Jackie and Law and Order and, in 2013, directed a the short film The Happily Ever After, which won the Audience Award at the NYLA International Film Festival.
Matt is a writer, actor, and director with nearly 20 years in the industry under his belt. Most notably, he has made regular appearances in the comedy work of David Wain, such as Stella, The Ten, Role Models, Wainy Days, Children's Hospital, Burning Love, and Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp. He has two films set for release in 2017.