Jessica has been a guest star on many series over the years, from Seinfeld, Northern Exposure, Party of Five, Dharma and Greg to Two and a Half Men, Criminal Minds, and Major Crimes.
Jessica Lundy made her film debut opposite Michael J. Fox in the feature film Bright Lights, Big City. She went on to starring roles in the CBS series Over My Dead Body with Edward Woodward and the feature film Caddyshack II as Jackie Mason’s daughter. Jessica later starred as Gloria in the NBC series Hope and Gloria and has had leading roles in films such as The Stupids with Tom Arnold and RocketMan with Harland Williams.
Terry Serpico has appeared in movies such as Frequency, Hannibal, The Departed, and Michael Clayton, and has also enjoyed recurring roles on the TV series Rescue Me and Army Wives.
Beginning his career as a stuntman, Terry Serpico discovered his acting talent while performing dangerous scenes for other actors. He began taking on acting roles around 1997 when he landed a role in the gangster film Donnie Brasco. A long string of minor appearances followed, and Serpico’s tough appearance frequently landed him parts as members of the military, police force, and the criminal underworld.
Bret Green made his network television debut on the first season of the hit ABC show How to Get Away With Murder. He has also worked on Stalker (CBS) and The Goldbergs (ABC).
Harrison began his acting career in 2005. His credits include guest starring spots in CSI: Miami (CBS) and Grey’s Anatomy (ABC) co-starring stints in Detroit 187 (ABC), Lie to Me (FOX) and Dark Blue (TNT) and commercial and voiceover jobs for Verizon, Home Depot, Best Buy and McDonald’s. Additionally, he has worked on looping projects for Alvin and the Chipmunks, The Rookie and Mean Girls II. Knight’s first film was Mario Van Peebles’ We the Party.
Erica-Marie Sanchez is known for her roles in Wildflowers (2011), Goosebumps (2015) and The DUFF (2015).
“Bread and buttered” in Denver Colorado, Charmin Lee is most known for her role as “Maya’s mom, Jeanette,” on Girlfriends. Since then her career has continued to soar with big screen credits like Alvin and the Chipmunks (road trip), 5th Wave, Extra Curricular Activities, and Curve Ball. Ms. Lee’s television credits include Outcast, Saints & Sinners, Being Mary Jane, Greenleaf, Vampire Diaries, The Quad, The Game, Bones, Born Again Virgins, The Haves Have Nots, and Containment, to name a few.