|William Sadler "Ringo"
Starring in the new hit show "Roswell," premiering this fall and airing
Wednesday nights at 9:00 p.m. on the WB. William has become one of
Hollywood's strongest character actors. William grew up in New York
and started in theatre at an early age. He starred on Broadway in
Biloxi Blues and won an Obie award for his performance in Limbo Tales.
Shortly after moving to Los Angeles he landed a role in "Ragtime"
directed by Milos Forman. William's first big break came when he was
cast in Die Hard 2 as the evil colonel leading the terrorist that
took over the airport. Since then he starred in several feature films
including "Shawshank Redemption," playing a prisoner with Tim Robins
and Morgan Freeman, and "Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey." William also
starred in Disney's "Rocket Man" and "Disturbing Behavior" which MGM
released last summer in 2200 theatre's across the country.
Joe was born and raised in Philadelphia and studied acting at the
American Academy in New York and at H.B. studios where he studied
directly under the legendary acting coach Uta Hagen. Joe did several
plays around Manhattan then moved to LA in 1995. By 1997 Joe had written,
was producing and starring in "Skippy."
Starring in the new hilarious sitcom "Love and Money" which premieres
this fall on Friday nights at 8:30 p.m. on CBS. Paget recently co-starred
in six episodes of "Friends" as Joey and Chandler's love interest.
People Magazine voted her as the third most liked newcomer to television
|Danny Trejo "The
Danny grew up on the rough streets of East Los Angeles, notorious
for drugs, gangs and violence. After spending many years incarcerated
in numerous prisons, including San Quentin, on drug and robbery convictions
Trejo left prison never to return again. Trejo has parlayed his prison
experience into a successful acting career. Typically cast as the
"Bad Guy" he landed a role co-starring with Robert De Niro, Al Pacino
and Val Kilmer in "Heat." Trejo also co-starred in "Con Air" with
Nicholas Cage and John Cusack. Trejo also stars with Harrison Ford
and Ann Heche in "Six Days / Seven Nights."
Allan is one of the busiest and most recognizable actors today, he
recently played the Judge in
Stephen Spielberg's "Amistad." Allan also co-starred as Demi Moore's
attorney in Barry Levinson's "Disclosure." Gary Franklin called his
performance as Robert Kitner, the President of NBC, in "Quiz Show"
one of the top five of the year. Allan began his acting career as
a teenager in New York and worked with Edward G. Robinson and Claude
Rains. During the McCarthy era Allan was Black listed for many years.
He also became an acting teacher for such notable students as Sharon
Stone, Jamie Lee Curtis and Rene Ruso. Allan is also the President
of We Care About Kids a non profit organization which fights all forms
of prejudice and racism.
||Timothy Patrick O'Brien
Timothy was born and raised in New Jersey. Then he moved to New York
and Studied acting at the Esper Training Academy. After moving to
Los Angeles Timothy received great reviews for his performance in
such plays as "The Quality of Mercy" and "An Act of Faith" at the
||ROBERT NASSRY "Bradon
One of the biggest day time TV actors when he was on General Hospital
as Dr. Rick Webber, Michael moved on to the big screen with a ground
breaking performance in "Robocop." Since then Michael has co-starred
in many films including "Total Recall," "Pinnochio" and "Eraser."
|Joseph Dean Anderson