Matt Lutz is a native of Indiana, and was raised in Arizona and North Carolina.

His film credits include the role of Clay Gephardt in Warner Brothers' hit A WALK TO REMEMBER opposite Mandy Moore and Shane West, Aaron in Disney's BRINGING DOWN THE HOUSE opposite Steve Martin and Queen Latifah, and the indie film END OF THE SPEAR, the filming of which took Matt into the jungles of Central and South America.  Matt filmed his first starring role in summer 2008 in the upcoming independent feature film PORT CITY.

Matt Lutz - Nathan Carlson

Matt's numerous television credits include his well-known role, Phil Newberry, the eager defense attorney, in the Hallmark Channel series McBRIDE, opposite five-time Emmy® winner, John Larroquette. Matt has also been seen in a recurring role on the hit teen drama DAWSON'S CREEK. More recently, he was seen again on the CW Network in Aaron Spelling's 7TH HEAVEN. Matt's role as shiftless boyfriend Paul Bellows in the Oprah Winfrey-produced ABC movie-of-the-week AMY & ISABELLE put him alongside Oscar® nominee Elisabeth Shue. However, Matt's stand-out role as Gene Wirth, a young mentally-handicapped man in The Hallmark Channel's original movie, MURDER WITHOUT CONVICTION has turned many heads in his direction. Other stand-out television roles include an in-the-closet teen on BOSTON PUBLIC, an out-of-control frat guy on NBC's LAS VEGAS, and a Southern bully on the short lived UPN drama LEGACY.


He's probably the most famous person you've never seen.

After a 23 year career under heavy make-ups, but in memorable roles such as the goofy zombie ‘Billy Butcherson’ in HOCUS POCUS, he was thrust to the forefront as the blue fish-man sidekick, ‘Abe Sapien’, in HELLBOY. He took this kind of work to new heights with his award-nominated dual roles as ‘Pan’ and the ‘Pale Man’ in the multi-Oscar winning PAN'S LABYRINTH. He also played the ‘Silver Surfer’ in FANTASTIC 4: RISE OF THE SILVER SURFER, and three roles, including his multi-award nominated performance reprising ‘Abe Sapien’ in HELLBOY II: The Golden Army.

Critics have loved his TV guest work in the highly praised 'Skin & Bones' episode of FEAR ITSELF, and as the lead ‘Gentleman’ in BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER’s Emmy-nominated 'Hush' episode. With several TV and indie film appearances using his own flexible face, including Sony’s ANGEL OF DEATH and the festival winning MY NAME IS JERRY, be looking for more epic, costumed character work in January 2010's Sony release LEGION, and Universal's French biopic GAINSBOURG: A Heroic Life.

Doug Jones - Jonathan

Autumn Hurlbert is a "westie" that has lived in NYC for almost 8 years (so, she still looks up at all the buildings).  

Autumn is literally famous for coming in second... she was the runner up in the MTV reality competition  "Legally Blonde, the Musical; The Search For Elle Woods."  She joined the closing Broadway company and "Omigod you guy's"-ed her way through 2008.

She has been featured on Guiding Light as Susie, the campaign enthusiast and she has also been in lots of student films. LOTS.

She was most recently awarded "Outstanding Actress" for playing Abby Lawrence in "A Contemporary American's Guide To A Successful Marriage" in this year's NY Fringe Festival. 

In real life, Autumn often breaks out into song and dance... could SDS already be infecting NYC?!? Yes... it's called the Broadway Musical Disease.

Autumn Hurlbert - Rachel Hughes


Mark Christopher Lawrence is a character actor, stand-up comedian and voice-over artist. He is perhaps best known for his role as esoteric D.J., Tone Def, in the 1994 satirical rap mockumentary, Fear of a Black Hat. He has co-starred in popular films such as Terminator 2: Judgement Day, Planet of the Apes, and The Pursuit of Happyness.

Mark can be seen in his current regular role as Big Mike on the NBC series Chuck. He has made guest appearances on many television programs, most notably Heroes, My Name Is Earl, Crossing Jordan, Dharma & Greg, Malcolm in the Middle, Touched by an Angel, Malcolm & Eddie, Men Behaving Badly, Seinfeld, Murphy Brown, and Martin.

Mark Christopher Lawrence - Jim

Growing up as a military brat, Beth Castle called many places “home,” but for the past six years she has settled very comfortably in Los Angeles.

Though her background is in theater, Beth seeks to be involved in whatever creative projects she can get her hands on.  As a result of her willingness to play, she has made the festival circuit several times with indie projects, and won the role of “Daria” in the web series The Adventures of Cubegirl (recognized by Glamour Magazine in 2007 as “one of the year’s funniest.”)

Beth is an active member in the Actor’s Co-op theater company in Hollywood, and can been seen in their upcoming production of Wit in February 2010.

During her college career at the University of Oklahoma, Beth originated a role in Drive-In America, a one-act play which successfully competed in the prestigious American College Theater Festival.  She was honored to be invited to perform with her fellow cast mates at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.

Beth Castle - Alison

Some of Beth’s favorite roles over the years have included Honey in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?; Sue Ellen in Buy One, Get Five Free; Edna Louise in Come Back to the 5 & Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean; and Minnie Fay in Hello Dolly.  Above all, her absolute favorite role thus far is the role of wife to her amazing husband Gregory.

Born and raised in Texas, Mylinda moved from Austin to LA in 2007. Within a year she was one of 11 actors selected from over 3000 candidates for the Disney-ABC Diversity Showcase. Her sketch comedy has been featured on the front page of Funny or Die, and she recently completed the independent features Pastor Shepherd with Danny Trejo and Hollywont with Eddie Griffin and Robert Wagner.

Mylinda's first acting gig was a reenactment of Star Wars with her older sister in which she played an Ewok. More recent credits include ABC's FlashForward: Mosaic Collective, General Hospital, Rules of Engagement, over a dozen national commercials and print campaigns, and Moustachette, the satirical short film written and directed by Patrick Stump of the band Fall Out Boy.

This summer she wrote and produced her first comedic short Love Automatically with the LA-based sketch group The Baaaznians. Mylinda currently lives in Silver Lake with her husband Ted and their two rescued mutts. She is represented by Ethan Salter at Henderson Hogan.

Mylinda Royer - Kathy

Wes Hall - Billy

John Larroquette is the winner of five Emmy Awards and is probably best known for his portrayal of Dan Fielding on the long running NBC sitcom, “Night Court.” Larroquette won four consecutive Emmys for that role. He won a fifth Emmy for his work on David E. Kelly’s drama “The Practice.” He also starred for four seasons in the critically acclaimed “The John Larroquette Show,” which was nominated for four Emmys including Best Actor.

His numerous television credits include “Boston Legal,” “The West Wing,” “Law and Order,” “House,” “Chuck” and many others. Films include Stripes, Richie Rich, Altered States, Second Sight, Choose Me, Madhouse and Blind Date.

His stage work began in the mid 1970’s in Los Angeles, and he has been seen in Enter Laughing, Long Day’s Journey Into Night, Endgame, Neil Simon’s Oscar and Felix at the Geffen Playhous, The Aristocrats at the Mark Taper Forum, and his personal favorite, Happy Jack, a two character play in which he co-starred with his wife, Elizabeth. He and Elizabeth have been married for 35 years and they have three children.

John Larroquette - Commander Jenkins

Kahle is from South Carolina for the most part, though he doesn't have much of an accent. He's been Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors, Puck in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Barry in The Boys Next Door, and a few other plays you may have heard of and a number of films of which you most certainly have not.

Kahle has met Emmy Award winners and is vaguely familiar with the Oscars. Kahle lives in Burbank and is currently single but not looking to date right now because of some things going on in his personal life, like some really personal things that don't need to be mentioned here like his problems with managing money, his underwhelming work ethic, or his desperate need to mature. All sorts of things he should have learned by now, but didn't.   


Hey! Who wrote these bios?! This is ridiculous!

Kahle McCann - Todd

Wes Hall has been blessed to be in many of his brother Adam’s films, including his very first film, “Run, Kitty, Run.” Many might even say that Wes helped, or perhaps may have been the exclusive driving force behind Adam’s career in film. Still others might say that Adam owes him big for all of the films he helped make hilarious, such as “The Ringer,” “Things To Do,” “Pimp My Country Ride,” and being the inspiration behind “I Am The Magic.” Wes would never say that, however, and he would never imply that Adam should share his wealth with him once he makes it big. Others might say that, and they may be right, but Wes would never say that.

In his spare time, Wes lives in Liberty, Missouri with his wonderful wife, Laura, and his two dogs, Callie and Jada.

Oh, and contrary to popular belief, the picture to the right is not an In Memory Of picture, as Wes is, in fact, still alive and well.