Sean Hardy Faris (born March 25, 1982) is an American model and actor. His family was working-class and lived in a small house in Houston; he moved to Ohio at age 12, where he attended a modeling agency in Cleveland. In 1999, Faris competed at the International Model and Talent Association.After graduating with honors from Padua Franciscan High School in 2000, he relocated to Los Angeles, California, to pursue his acting career.Faris has starred in many different projects, including two television shows, “Life as We Know It”, and “Reunion”, both canceled before the end of their first season. He also played William Beardsley in “Yours, Mine and Ours”.Faris has also appeared in “Sleepover” with Alexa Vega in 2004. Faris was also nominated for the Young Actors Award at the 7th Annual Young Hollywood Awards in 2004. In 2007, Faris returned to work on three back-to-back films, “Forever Strong”, “Never Back Down”, and “Brooklyn to Manhattan”. Currently, Faris is starring in and producing “The Glass Eye” with his manager Dino May.In 2008, he stripped for UK Cosmopolitan magazine for a good cause, benefiting his choice of awareness of pancreatic cancer.The same year, he produced and starred in a short film called “Manifest Destiny”.In 2010, Faris appeared in three episodes of the TV show “The Vampire Diaries”.In early 2011, he appeared in “The Lost Valentine”, a CBSHallmark Hall of Fame movie, which co-starred Betty White and Jennifer Love Hewitt. The only video game in which he starred was “Need for Speed: The Run” as Jack Rourke.In March 2013, TV Guide announced that Faris would portray Gabriel Holbrook, a Pennsylvania State Officer, on “Pretty Little Liars”.
Spencer Thomas Boldman (born July 28, 1992) is an American actor. At the age of 12, he was coaxed into trying out for his school’s production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” after a teacher saw him perform in his theater class. Boldman ended up getting a lead role and his passion for acting grew from there. Within less than a month after meeting a local talent manager, he was in Los Angeles booking roles on shows like “iCarly” and “I’m in the Band”. He has starred in two pilots for Disney Channel, Jack in “Jack and “Janet Save the Planet”, and Adam in “Lab Rats”, the latter of which was picked up by Disney.Most recently, Boldman wrapped up production on the feature film “21 Jump Street”, starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum. Spencer Boldman was born in Dallas, Texas, and raised in the suburb of Plano. Boldman has one older brother and currently resides in Studio City, Los Angeles, California, with his parents, Michael and Laura, and his brother, Jake, along with their golden retriever, Sadie. He is a close friend of Debby Ryan. There is speculation of the two in a relationship, but neither have confirmed nor denied the rumors.
Devon Graye was born on March 8, 1987 in Mountain View, California, USA. He is an actor, known for Legendary (2010), Dexter (2006) and Husk (2011).Played Stanley Yelnats in the Walden Media/Best of Broadway production of “Holes” at the Orpheum Theater in San Francisco.Lived in the UK for all four of his high school years.Accepted the 2007 Saturn Award for best TV actor on behave of Michael C. Hall who was unable to attend the ceremony.Studied acting at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco.Underwent special coaching and wrestling training to keep up with the other actors in “Legendary,” including John Cena and most of the co-stars who were competitive wrestlers. He got kudos from the supporting actors for being able to keep up competitively.Stared in the Showtime hit series ”Dexter”.Graye is currently filming the indie family drama “Last Weekend,” alongside Patricia Clarkson and “Keep the Lights On” star Zachary Booth. In the film, set in a Northern California estate overlooking Lake Tahoe, Graye plays Booth’s opera singer boyfriend.
Ross Thomas (born August 21, 1981) is an American actor, filmmaker, philanthropist and adventurer.He attended St. Mary’s High School and subsequently attended Arizona State University and The University of Southern California.In 2005, Thomas played the title role in “What’s Bugging Seth” as a deaf man determined to find love and career success despite his handicap. The film won awards at the DancesWithFilms Festival, the Santa Cruz Film Festival and the Empire Film Festival.Other film credits include starring roles in films such as “The Cutting Edge 2: Going for the Gold,”, “American Pie: The Naked Mile,”, the Wayans’ Brothers comedy “Dance Flick,” in which he spoofed Channing Tatum’s character in “Step Up”, “Burning Palms”, and the indie flick “Shelter,” which went on to win the GLAAD Outstanding Film Award in 2009.On the small screen, Thomas was a series regular on the Nickelodeon original teen series “Beyond the Break.” Thomas played ‘Bailey,’ a stellar surfer who had a reputation for being a playboy. The show aired from 2006-2009. He also had a recurring role on “General Hospital” as ‘Brandon,’ a hardened criminal just released from jail.Thomas has also appeared on “NCIS”, “Lie to Me”, “CSI,” “CSI: NY,” “Cold Case,” & “Living with Fran”.Thomas had a starring role in the film “Soul Surfer”, based on the true story of shark attack survivor Bethany Hamilton. Thomas played Bethany’s older brother, Noah. In 2013, Ross was chosen to host and produce the new CBS Sports Docu-Series, “Game Changers”. The show celebrates athletes and fans who reach out in their communities to make life better for so many. Ross also guest starred opposite Ramon Rodriguez, Terry O’Quinn and RZA in the pilot episode of the 2013 FOX TV show, “Gang Related”, directed by renowned film director, Allen Hughes and produced by Brian Grazer and Imagine Entertainment.
Chris Brochu is an American actor and singer. He is known for his acting in “Lemonade Mouth” and was formerly the lead singer/songwriter for the band “Fall Into Faith.” Brochu was in the movies “Soul Surfer”, where he played “Timmy”, and in “Lemonade Mouth”, where he played the rude and popular lead singer of the band Mudslide Crush. His name was Ray Beech. He sang “And the Crowd Goes” and “Don’t Ya Wish U Were Us?” along with his friend, Scott Picket (played by Nick Roux). He guest starred as Dex on an episode of “Hannah Montana”. Chris is the older brother of Doug Brochu.
Nick Wechsler (born September 3, 1978) is an American actor who was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He moved to Hollywood immediately after graduating from high school.He soon landed a small role as a purse-stealing punk in the television movie “Full Circle”. Shortly after, he was cast as Kevin “Trek” Sanders, a child prodigy conceived at a Star Trek convention, in the syndicated series “Team Knight Rider”.He also appeared in “Silk Stalkings”, “Lazarus Man”, and the feature film “The Perfect Game”.From 1999 to 2002 Wechsler starred as Kyle Valenti on the television series “Roswell”. After Roswell, he guest starred in number of television series, including “Malcolm in the Middle”, “North Shore”, “Cold Case”, “Crossing Jordan”, “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles”, “Lie to Me”, “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” and “Chase”. In 2008, he appeared in the independent film “Lie to Me”, about a couple navigating the hazards of an open relationship. From 2007 to 2008 he appeared in three episodes of “Without a Trace”.
Ansel Elgort (born March 14, 1994) is an American actor. At the age of nine, his mother took him to tryout for School of American Ballet.Elgort attended Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School and Stagedoor Manor summer camp.He starred in his high school’s production of “Guys and Dolls”.Elgort’s acting career began through professional stage acting, in “Regrets”, by Matt Charman. His first on-screen role was a secondary role in the 2013 remake of “Carrie”.Ansel Elgort’s first highly publicized role was that of Caleb in “Divergent”.Caleb is the brother of the protagonist, Tris, played by Shailene Woodley. The film, based on a popular Young Adult novel by Veronica Roth, is set to release on March 21, 2014.In May of 2013, immediately after filming of “Divergent” was completed, it was announced that Elgort would be playing the role of Augustus Waters in the upcoming film adaptation of John Green’s novel “The Fault in Our Stars”.The film, directed by Josh Boone, is currently expected to release on June 6, 2014.Elgort has also been cast in an upcoming comedy film called “Men, Women & Children”, directed by Jason Reitman. The movie takes “a look at the sexual frustrations that young teenagers and adults face in today’s world.”
Grey Damon (born September 24, 1987) is an American actor who resides in Los Angeles.Damon was born in Bloomington, Indiana. He made his acting debut in an episode of The CW‘s “90210″ on February 3, 2009, before getting minor roles in other television series such as “Greek” and “10 Things I Hate About You”, and a recurring role in “True Blood”. In 2010, he landed a regular role as Hastings Ruckle in the final season of “Friday Night Lights”. The following year, he starred as Brian in “The Nine Lives of Chloe King”, which was cancelled after one season, and in 2012, he appeared in a recurring role in “The Secret Circle”.Damon has a recurring role as Archie in ABC Family‘s “Twisted”.Damon played the main love interest of Destinee & Paris in their 2011 music video for “True Love”. On February 25, 2013, he was cast as Grayson in The CW’s drama pilot “Star-Crossed” (originally titled Oxygen).In early August 2013, it was reported that Damon would join the cast of “American Horror Story: Coven”.
Like his “Hellion” co-star Aaron Paul, 15 year-old actor Josh Wiggins has signed with UTA and Leverage Management for representation.The film, which is part of Sundance’s U.S. Dramatic Competition lineup, debuts Friday, Jan. 17 at 2:30 at the Library Theatre in Park City.Wiggins is a native Texan who had never acted professionally before starring in “Hellion.” Writer-director Kat Candler discovered Wiggins via self-made YouTube videos he had shot with his friends. Wiggins then went through a casting call process including an audition with Paul before landing the role.“Josh had never acted before, and in every single take he blew me away. He really had an instinctual grasp of the character which helped set the tone for the entire shoot,” said Candler.“Hellion” follows a family on the brink of dissolution set against the backdrop of the refineries of Southeast Texas.Wiggins plays the titular figure, 13-year-old Jacob Wilson, whose obsessions with heavy metal, dirt bike racing and vandalism raise concerns around town, especially when it starts to involve his younger brother Wes (newcomer Deke Garner). While the boys’ father Hollis (Paul) loves his sons, he is still reeling from the loss of their mother, spending more time drowning his sorrows at the local bar and working on his damaged beach house than being a parent.
David Tom (born March 23, 1978) is an American actor.In 1993, Tom was nominated for two Young Artist Awards for his roles in “Stepfather III” and “Stay Tuned”. In 1994, he was again nominated for “Outstanding Youth Ensemble in a Motion Picture” for “Swing Kids”, alongside co-stars Robert Sean Leonard, Christian Bale and Frank Whaley.He portrayed Billy Abbott on the CBS soap opera, “The Young and the Restless”, from 1999 to 2002. Tom received two Daytime Emmy nominations for “Outstanding Younger Actor” in 2000 and 2001, winning in the former year.He also won a Soap Opera Digest Award for “Outstanding Male Newcomer” in 2000 and was consecutively nominated in 2001 for “Outstanding Younger Lead Actor”. It was announced in November 2013 that Tom would be reprising the role of Billy, taking over the role from Billy Miller, who had portrayed the character since 2008.In 2004, Tom portrayed Paul Cramer (the half-brother of Kelly Cramer, portrayed by his sister, Heather) on the ABC soap opera, “One Life to Live”, a role he played from March of that year to October 2004. His character was crucial to a year-long baby-switch storyline on “One Life to Live” and its sister series, “All My Children”. He played Whitey, Tobey Maguire’s adversary in the Reese Witherspoon/Tobey Maguire movie “Pleasantville” in 1998. He also had a small role in the made for TV movie “The 60s” in 1999, and a recurring role on The CW television network in its series “Veronica Mars” in 2006.