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Kenneth Branagh – "Mark Snow"

Kenneth Branagh was born on December 10, 1960, in Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK. At 23, Branagh joined the Royal Shakespeare Company, where he took on starring roles in "Henry V" and "Romeo & Juliet ". He soon formed his own company, the Renaissance Theatre Company. At 29, he directed and starred in the film Henry V (1989). The film brought him Best Actor and Best Director Oscar Nominations. At 30, he published his autobiography and, at 34, he directed and starred as "VICTOR FRANKENSTEIN" in the big-budget adaptation of Mary Shelley's novel, Frankenstein (1994), with Robert De Niro. In 1996, Branagh wrote, directed, and starred in a lavish adaptation of Hamlet (1996). Recently, Branagh directed the Marvel blockbuster THOR, starring Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman and Sir Anthony Hopkins.

Winter Ave Zoli – "Angela O'Neil"

Winter Ave Zoli was born in New Hope, Pennsylvania. At the age of 11, she moved with her family to Prague, Czech Republic. She studied at the International School of Prague where she transitioned her way from ballet to musical theater, developing a love for the stage. She began working professionally at the age of 13, and developed her resume through acting opportunities on European and American productions that came through Prague. At 17, she attended the Carnegie-Mellon summer school theater program, and at 19 enrolled in the Atlantic Theater Company acting school in New York City, founded by playwright David Mamet, and actor William H. Macy. Winter currently stars on the hit show "Sons Of Anarchy" on FX.

Jennifer Morrison – "Rachel Mintz / Ms. Tracy"

Jennifer Marie Morrison was born April 12 in Chicago, Illinois. She attended Prospect High School and majored in Theatre with a minor in English at Loyola University in Chicago. She received her B.A. within 3 years, class of 2000. Jennifer has a myriad of television and film credits, which include her role as Dr. Allison Cameron on "House M.D." as well as roles on "Star Trek" and "How I Met Your Mother." Recently, Jennifer has garnered critical acclaim for her role in the upcoming film, "Warrior", starring Tom Hardy and Nick Nolte. She studied with the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago.

Jade Pettyjohn – "Samantha O'Neil"

Jade Pettyjohn was born in Los Angeles. At the young age of 7 she began to perform with a children's song and dance troupe throughout Los Angeles County. She soon booked a commercial followed by a major co-starring role on the CBS hit show "The Mentalist." Inspired by her performance on stage, indie filmmaker Asa Holey wrote a short film with her in mind entitled "Stranger". While shooting the indie feature, "Voices in the Dark", she landed a recurring role on Steven Speilberg's "United States of Tara." More recently, she worked as a sociopath mathematical savant on NBC's "The Cape."

Travis Crim – "David O'Neil"

Travis Crim was born in Birmingham, Alabama. He attended the University of Alabama where he majored in PR and English while also playing football for the Crimson Tide. As a walk-on defensive back he lettered two years under legendary coach Gene Stallings. Travis realized a passion for acting and writing toward the end of his collegiate career, prompting him to pursue opportunities in Los Angeles. As an actor he studied under John Sarno and Arthur Mendoza and has played the lead in several independant films. Travis has also toured nationally with the professional sketch comedy team, "Call-Sign Vesper", and with theatrical productions throughout the Southeast.

Taylor Kinney – "Agent Brad Searcy"

Taylor Kinney was raised in Neffsville, Pennsylvania along with his three brothers. He studied business management at West Virginia University before developing an interest in acting. He is best known for his role as Luke Gianni on the TV series "Fashion House" on MyNetworkTV, he regular role on "Trauma" on NBC, and his recurring role on The CW's "The Vampire Diaries." Most recently, he was featured in Lady Gaga's music video "Yoü and I." Taylor's strong, masculine presence caught the eye of casting director Gina Gallego early on in the hunt for the actor who would play gruff agent Brad Searcy in PRODIGAL.

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