Cast

  • Tom Cavanagh

    Tom Cavanagh was born on October 26th, 1963 in Ottawa, Ontario, the second-oldest of five children. His close-knit family moved to Ghana, Africa when Tom was six. His father educated teachers there. The family moved back to Canada before Tom started high school (which he attended in southern Quebec).

    Tom went to Queens University in Kingston, Ontario where he played on the basketball team and graduated with degrees in English, Biology, and Education. His interest in theater grew when he was cast as the lead Danny Zuko in a Canadian Grease. Since then, he has been in a moderate amount of movies, but gained immense popularity for his starring, award-winning role on the NBC series Ed (2000), in which he played the lovable, charming Ed Stevens.

    Cavanagh resides in L.A. In his spare time he likes to play guitar and participate in a variety of sports.

    Tom Cavanagh was born on October 26th, 1963 in Ottawa, Ontario, the second-oldest of five children. His close-knit family moved to Ghana, Africa when Tom was six. His father educated teachers there. The family moved back to Canada before Tom started high school (which he attended in southern Quebec).

    Tom went to Queens University in Kingston, Ontario where he played on the basketball team and graduated with degrees in English, Biology, and Education. His interest in theater grew when he was cast as the lead Danny Zuko in a Canadian Grease. Since then, he has been in a moderate amount of movies, but gained immense popularity for his starring, award-winning role on the NBC series Ed (2000), in which he played the lovable, charming Ed Stevens.

    Cavanagh resides in L.A. In his spare time he likes to play guitar and participate in a variety of sports.

  • Dane Cook

    Dane Cook has maintained his reputation as one of today's most prolific stand-up comedians, while simultaneously distinguishing himself as a charismatic and versatile actor in a variety of film and television projects.

    Cook recently returned to the stage with his directorial debut of Troublemaker which premiered on Showtime. The show was filmed in the Fall of 2013 and features Cook's acerbic wit and patented brand of provocative, on-fire comedic insight while exploring the hilarious aspects of everyday life and human behavior.

    His 2013 tour, the 20-date Under Oath, he aimed to emulate the tone of his 2003’s Harmful If Swallowed as this marked the 10 year anniversary of the album. He is well known for his appearances on Comedy Central and HBO specials, and for his successful comedy albums including: Harmful If Swallowed; Retaliation; Vicious Circle; Rough Around The Edges: Live From Madison Square Garden; ISolated INcident; and Dane Cook: I Did My Best - Greatest Hits. Combining energetic physical comedy, clever wordplay and...

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    Dane Cook has maintained his reputation as one of today's most prolific stand-up comedians, while simultaneously distinguishing himself as a charismatic and versatile actor in a variety of film and television projects.

    Cook recently returned to the stage with his directorial debut of Troublemaker which premiered on Showtime. The show was filmed in the Fall of 2013 and features Cook's acerbic wit and patented brand of provocative, on-fire comedic insight while exploring the hilarious aspects of everyday life and human behavior.

    His 2013 tour, the 20-date Under Oath, he aimed to emulate the tone of his 2003’s Harmful If Swallowed as this marked the 10 year anniversary of the album. He is well known for his appearances on Comedy Central and HBO specials, and for his successful comedy albums including: Harmful If Swallowed; Retaliation; Vicious Circle; Rough Around The Edges: Live From Madison Square Garden; ISolated INcident; and Dane Cook: I Did My Best - Greatest Hits. Combining energetic physical comedy, clever wordplay and trenchant observations about human behavior, Cook’s unique brand of stand-up and accessible guy-next-door attitude have galvanized audiences of all ages. In 2006, Retaliation became the highest charting comedy album in 28 years and went double platinum, earning him a place alongside best-selling comedy vets, George Carlin and Steve Martin. After inking a multi-faceted production deal with HBO in 2006, Cook created, directed and starred in the network’s nine-part comedy documentary series, Tourgasm and wrote, executive produced and starred in Vicious Circle, a feature-length stand-up event.

    Cook guest starred on Louie opposite Louie C.K. His other film credits include starring roles in My Best Friend’s Girl opposite Kate Hudson, Dan In Real Life opposite Steve Carell and Mr. Brooks opposite Kevin Costner, among others.

    Cook currently lives in Los Angeles, where he continues to develop new comedy material, and film and television projects.

  • Ben Feldman

    Ben Feldman starred as Andrew Lofland, a guy’s guy who likes sports and Liam Neeson movies, but is also a closet romantic, on the NBC comedy A to Z.

    In March 2012, Feldman made his debut in the fifth season of the Emmy Award-winning drama Mad Men, starring as Michael Ginsberg, the aspiring new copywriter at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. After just a few episodes, GQ called him “one of TV's most enigmatic new characters, lovable and reprehensible and compulsively watchable.” That year he was nominated for a Primtime Emmy Award for “Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series.”

    He was next seen in the Universal film As Above, So Below. The film is a thriller centered on two archaeologists in search of a lost treasure in the catacombs below Paris. 

    A native of Washington, D.C., Feldman made his first foray into acting at 6 when a camp counselor convinced him to participate in the musical Annie. In high school, he was involved in the school theater program. Feldman went on to attend Ithaca College and majored in acting. In 2002 he made...

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    Ben Feldman starred as Andrew Lofland, a guy’s guy who likes sports and Liam Neeson movies, but is also a closet romantic, on the NBC comedy A to Z.

    In March 2012, Feldman made his debut in the fifth season of the Emmy Award-winning drama Mad Men, starring as Michael Ginsberg, the aspiring new copywriter at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. After just a few episodes, GQ called him “one of TV's most enigmatic new characters, lovable and reprehensible and compulsively watchable.” That year he was nominated for a Primtime Emmy Award for “Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series.”

    He was next seen in the Universal film As Above, So Below. The film is a thriller centered on two archaeologists in search of a lost treasure in the catacombs below Paris. 

    A native of Washington, D.C., Feldman made his first foray into acting at 6 when a camp counselor convinced him to participate in the musical Annie. In high school, he was involved in the school theater program. Feldman went on to attend Ithaca College and majored in acting. In 2002 he made his Broadway debut in The Graduate starring opposite Kathleen Turner and Alicia Silverstone.

    In 2005, he made his Hollywood feature-film debut in The Perfect Man, co-starring Hilary Duff, Chris Noth, and Heather Locklear. Feldman went on to star opposite Jared Padalecki and Danielle Panabaker in the remake of the classic horror film Friday the 13th, directed by Marcus Nispel. His other film credits include the sci-fi thriller Cloverfield, from director Matt Reeves.

    Feldman made his television series debut in 2007 on the comedy Living With Fran, starring opposite Fran Drescher. In 2009, he was cast as the new-to-Earth guardian angel Fred on Lifetime’s original television series Drop Dead Diva. Additional guest-starring credits include CSI,HBO’s Silicon Valley, The New Adventures of Old Christine and Medium.

    Feldman currently resides in Los Angeles.

  • Caity Lotz

    Caity is set to star in the CW’s spinoff series DC’s Legends of Tomorrow as ‘White Canary’. She is currently starring as ‘Sara Lance / Canary’ in CW’s hot TV show, Arrow. Caity was last seen on the silver screen in The Machine where she garnered rave reviews for her performance and received a nomination for “Most Promising Newcomer” at the British Independent Film Awards. Caity starred in The Pact, which was a breakout film at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.

    On the small screen, Caity is often recognized for her recurring role as ‘Stephanie’ on AMC’s Mad Men, as well as her role as ‘Officer Kirsten Landry’ on MTV’s Death Valley.

    A native of San Diego, California, Lotz excelled in the arts from a young age, exploring studio art, photography, dance, and drama, ultimately forming an irreplaceable love of performance art. Dancing from the age of seven, Lotz appeared as a dancer for Lady Gaga, toured with Avril Lavigne, and was a member of “Soccx,” a musical pop group with two top-selling singles in Germany. Showcasing her...

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    Caity is set to star in the CW’s spinoff series DC’s Legends of Tomorrow as ‘White Canary’. She is currently starring as ‘Sara Lance / Canary’ in CW’s hot TV show, Arrow. Caity was last seen on the silver screen in The Machine where she garnered rave reviews for her performance and received a nomination for “Most Promising Newcomer” at the British Independent Film Awards. Caity starred in The Pact, which was a breakout film at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.

    On the small screen, Caity is often recognized for her recurring role as ‘Stephanie’ on AMC’s Mad Men, as well as her role as ‘Officer Kirsten Landry’ on MTV’s Death Valley.

    A native of San Diego, California, Lotz excelled in the arts from a young age, exploring studio art, photography, dance, and drama, ultimately forming an irreplaceable love of performance art. Dancing from the age of seven, Lotz appeared as a dancer for Lady Gaga, toured with Avril Lavigne, and was a member of “Soccx,” a musical pop group with two top-selling singles in Germany. Showcasing her individuality through free-style and break dancing, Lotz has mesmerized audiences, raising the bar with her unique acquired skills – tricking and parkour.

    Lotz currently resides in Los Angeles.

  • Matt Osterman

    Matt is an award-winning filmmaker best known for his independent debut feature, Ghost from the Machine. Ghost from the Machine premiered in 2010 at the Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal, played dozens of festivals around the world, and was bought by NBC/Universal. A few years prior, Matt produced the documentary Sportsfan which was executive produced by Jon Stewart and premiered on SpikeTV. Matt also worked closely with Emmy award winning and New York Times bestselling author, Dan Buettner, on the launch of the Blue Zones franchise. Matt is a Fellow of the IFP Filmmaker's Lab, and works as a tech entrepreneur when he’s not making films.

    Matt is an award-winning filmmaker best known for his independent debut feature, Ghost from the Machine. Ghost from the Machine premiered in 2010 at the Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal, played dozens of festivals around the world, and was bought by NBC/Universal. A few years prior, Matt produced the documentary Sportsfan which was executive produced by Jon Stewart and premiered on SpikeTV. Matt also worked closely with Emmy award winning and New York Times bestselling author, Dan Buettner, on the launch of the Blue Zones franchise. Matt is a Fellow of the IFP Filmmaker's Lab, and works as a tech entrepreneur when he’s not making films.

  • Brandon Routh

    In 2005 Brandon Routh soared into the media limelight when cast as “The Man of Steel” in director Bryan Singer’s highly anticipated revival of the original superhero film franchise Superman Returns.

    After joining the CW series Arrow as DC Comics superhero The Atom, Brandon will next spin off the character into the upcoming series Legends of Tomorrow, also for the CW. In 2013, Routh voiced David “Hesh” Walker in the video game Call of Duty: Ghosts and appeared in the CBS comedy series Partners, from the creators of Will & Grace. Also in 2012, Brandon starred in Crooked Arrows, as the coach of a Native American lacrosse team playing in a prep school league tournament.

    In 2010, Routh was seen in Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, a Universal film opposite Michael Cera and directed by Edgar Wright. He recurred on NBC’s Chuck, and was seen in Unthinkable, opposite starring Samuel L. Jackson. He graced the big screen in Kevin Smith’s film, Zach and Miri Make a...

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    In 2005 Brandon Routh soared into the media limelight when cast as “The Man of Steel” in director Bryan Singer’s highly anticipated revival of the original superhero film franchise Superman Returns.

    After joining the CW series Arrow as DC Comics superhero The Atom, Brandon will next spin off the character into the upcoming series Legends of Tomorrow, also for the CW. In 2013, Routh voiced David “Hesh” Walker in the video game Call of Duty: Ghosts and appeared in the CBS comedy series Partners, from the creators of Will & Grace. Also in 2012, Brandon starred in Crooked Arrows, as the coach of a Native American lacrosse team playing in a prep school league tournament.

    In 2010, Routh was seen in Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, a Universal film opposite Michael Cera and directed by Edgar Wright. He recurred on NBC’s Chuck, and was seen in Unthinkable, opposite starring Samuel L. Jackson. He graced the big screen in Kevin Smith’s film, Zach and Miri Make a Porno with Seth Rogen and Elizabeth Banks, as well as Life is Hot in Cracktown, based on the novel by Buddy Giovinazzo, and the romantic comedy Table for Three, opposite Jennifer Morrison and Sophia Bush. In 2008 Brandon also starred with his wife Courtney Ford in the indie feature Fling, about a couple in an open relationship stretched to the breaking point when each finds themselves falling in love with other people.

    Routh was born in Des Moines, Iowa and raised in nearby Norwalk (about 100 miles south of Woolstock, the hometown of TV’s original “Superman,” George Reeves).