Catherine Kellner – MARGARET

mirror-shot.jpgCatherine Kellner most recently starred in Hurlyburly with Ethan Hawke, Parker Posey, Bobby Cannavale and Wallace Shawn, about which the New York Times said, “… terrific cast that parks its vanity in the wings.” Kellner was seen in the inaugural run of Pulitzer-prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel’s “The Long Christmas Ride Home”at the Vineyard Theatre in New York. She also appeared in Eve Ensler’s “Necessary Targets,” a work derived from interviews with women survivors of the war in the former Yugoslavia which was presented at the Variety Theater in New York. Her feature film credits include “Pearl Harbor,” “Tully,” “Spring Forward,” “200 Cigarettes,” “The Weight of Water,” and “Six Degrees of Separation.”

Ebon Moss-Bachrach – JAY

andromeda.jpgEbon Moss-Bachrach recently appeared in the New York premiere of Christopher Shinn’s play, “On the Mountain,” about a former rock ‘n’ roll wild child haunted by the suicide of a famous Seattle rocker. Ebon was in director Mike Newell’s “Mona Lisa Smile” playing the role of Charlie Stewart. He has also appeared in Henry Bean’s “The Believer” and Wes Anderson’s “The Royal Tenenbaums.” Upcoming film roles include “The Dying Gaul” (dir. Craig Lucas) and “Stealth” with Sam Shepard and Josh Lucas. His theater work includes the 2003 revival of Lanford Wilson’s “The Fifth of July” at Signature Theatre in New York, “36 Views” at the Public Theatre in New York, and “Side Man” at the San Jose Rep. His television work includes “Law and Order” and Comedy Central’s “Porn and Chicken.”

James Urbaniak – THE RANGER

lake-w2.jpgJames Urbaniak’s many notable feature film roles include Robert Crumb in “American Splendor” directed by Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini, Rod Flexner in “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind” directed by George Clooney, Agent Hooper in “Teknolust”by director Lynn Hershman-Leeson, and Simon Grim in Hal Hartley’s “Henry Fool.” James is currently getting stellar reviews in “Thom Pain (based on nothing)” a play which NY Times review says, “Run, don’t walk. Four stars. Plus an extra.”