9JKL Cast

Mark Feuerstein

Mark Feuerstein

as Josh

Over the past 15 years, Mark Feuerstein has received critical acclaim for his roles in feature film, television and theater, but he is best known for his lead role as Dr. Hank Lawson in the series “Royal Pains.”

Inspired by his real life experience, he wrote and created 9JKL with his wife, executive producer Dana Klein. Most recently, he appeared on “Prison Break” as arch-villain Jacob Ness. Additional television credits include “The West Wing,” “Sex and the City,” “Once and Again,” “Fired Up!” and “Good, Morning, Miami.” Feuerstein is also in summer 2017's “Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later."

His feature film credits include “Defiance,” “In Her Shoes,” “Abandon,” “What Women Want,” “The Muse,” “Rules of Engagement,” “Woman on Top” and “Practical Magic.” Additionally, he played the lead in the independent feature “Larry Gaye: Renegade Male Flight Attendant,” which he also produced.

Feuerstein made his Broadway debut starring in Alfred Uhry’s Tony Award-winning play “The Last Night of Ballyhoo.” He was on stage for two hours straight at the Geffen Theatre in “Some Girls,” written and directed by Neil LaBute. Also, he played to sold out audiences and garnered great reviews for his performance in Roger Kumble’s dark comedy “Turnaround.” Additional theater credits include “Twelfth Night,” “Awake & Sing,” “Dark Rapture,” “The Misanthrope,” “Macbeth,” “Three Sisters,” “A Streetcar Named Desire” and “King Lear.”

In his spare time, Feuerstein enjoys mountain biking, yoga, jogging and photography. In addition to coaching his son’s baseball team, he enjoys biking with his kids through his Hancock Park neighborhood and jumping on trampolines with them. He has completed the Malibu Triathalon six times to raise money for the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) pediatric cancer research. He volunteers much of his time with CHLA because they saved his daughter Addie’s life when she was born with a congenital heart defect diagnosed when she was 5 months old. Additional charity involvement includes Leadership Circle of the Waterkeeper Alliance (Bobby Kennedy Jr. charity), Food on Foot, LA Young Playwrights Festival and Ovarian Cancer Research, among others.

Feuerstein attended Princeton University and studied at the LAMDA on a Fulbright Scholarship. While in London, he also studied Clowning at the Ecole Philippe Gaulier. He is based in Los Angeles, where he lives with his wife, Dana Klein, and their children, Lila, Frisco and Adelaide. His birthday is June 8. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @markfeuerstein.

David Walton

David Walton

as Andrew

A Boston native, Walton started acting in high school and began his formal training at Brown University. Next, he studied at the Actor’s Center in New York and the British American Drama Academy in London.

Shortly after moving to New York, he was cast in a theater production of “One Day on Wall Street.” His performance caught the attention of an executive who cast him in the series “Cracking Up.” Since then, he has starred in numerous television series, including “About A Boy,” “Bent,” “Heist,” “Quarterlife,” “100 Questions” and “Perfect Couples.” Most recently, he appeared in "Masters of Sex" and “New Girl.”

His feature film credits include “Fired Up,” “Think Like a Man Too,” “Break Point” and “Bad Moms.”

During his down time, Walton volunteers with the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles and the non-profit organization XPrize, which designs and manages public competitions intended to encourage technological development that could benefit mankind. He is a golf, tennis, hockey and backgammon addict, and he loves powerlifting.

Currently, he resides in the Los Angeles area with his wife, actress Majandra Delfino, and their two children, Cecilia Delphine and Louis Augustus. His birthday is Oct. 27. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @davidwalton.

Elliott Gould

Elliott Gould

as Harry

Elliott Gould began his acting career on Broadway in the 1960s, but it was his portrayal of Trapper John in Robert Altman’s feature film “M*A*S*H” that marked the beginning of his extensive career in television and feature films. In 1970, at the peak of his prolific career, TIME magazine placed him on the cover, calling him a “star for an uptight age.”

He received an Academy Award nomination for his role in “Bob & Ted & Carol & Alice,” and has since starred in numerous feature films, including “Bugsy,” “American History X,” “Ocean’s Eleven,” “Ocean’s Twelve,” “Contagion,” “Ruby Sparks,” “A Bridge Too Far,” “Capricorn One,” “The Lady Vanishes” and “The Long Goodbye,” among many others.

Gould’s Broadway credits include “Irma La Douce,” “Say, Darling,” “I Can Get It for You Wholesale,” “Little Murders” and “Drat! The Cat!”

On television, he has hosted “Saturday Night Live” six times and has had many memorable roles on series, including Doubt and “CSI,” “Friends,” "Ray Donovan," “Law & Order: SVU” and “Mulaney.”

Gould was born and raised in Brooklyn and currently resides in Los Angeles. He serves on the National Board of Directors of the Screen Actors Guild. In his spare time, he enjoys following sports and listening to music. His charity work includes The Environmental Defense Fund, Cancer Research, Doctors Without Borders, City of Hope and The Defenders of Wildlife. His birthday is August 29. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @ElliottGould.

Linda Lavin

Linda Lavin

as Judy

Linda Lavin won two Golden Globe Awards for her role on the Emmy Award-nominated television series “Alice,” for which she also performed the theme song. Additional television credits include guest starring roles on “The Good Wife,” for which she was nominated for a Critic’s Choice award, and "Mom". She also had roles on “Conrad Bloom,” where she also played the mother to Mark Feuerstein’s character, “Room for Two” and “Sean Saves the World,” among others.

She was inducted into the Theatre Hall of Fame in 2011. In 1987, she won a Tony Award, Drama Desk Award, Outer Critics’ and Helen Hayes Award for her performance in “Broadway Bound.” She is a six-time Tony Award nominee for her roles in “The Last of the Red Hot Lovers,” “The Diary of Anne Frank,” “The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife,” “Collected Stories” and “The Lyons.” Additional theater credits include “The New Century,” “Other Desert Cities,” “Candide” and “Too Much Sun.”

Her feature film credits include “The Intern,” “A Short History of Decay,” “Manhattan Night” and “How to Be a Latin Lover.”

Lavin has produced and starred in several television movies including “A Matter of Life and Death,” “The $5.20 an Hour Dream,” “A Place To Call Home” and “Flour Babies,” which she also directed.

In 2012 she released her first CD, Possibilities, an album of jazz standards and show tunes.

She was born in Portland, Maine and graduated from The College of William & Mary, which recently conferred on her an honorary doctor of arts degree. In her spare time, she enjoys interior and architectural design, designing gardens and cooking. Her birthday is Oct. 15. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @linda_lavin.

Liza Lapira

Liza Lapira

as Eve

Liza Lapira has appeared in many roles on television and in feature films. Recently, she appeared in the feature “A Little Something for Your Birthday” alongside Sharon Stone, Caitlin Fitzgerald and Tony Goldwyn.

On television, Lapira starred opposite Rebel Wilson in the series “Super Fun Night.” Additional television credits include NCIS and “Battle Creek,” “Don’t Trust The B---- in Apt 23,” “Traffic Light,” “Dexter,” “Huff,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “ER” and “Dollhouse.”

Her additional film credits include “Someone Marry Barry,” “Crazy, Stupid, Love,” “Cloverfield,” “Fast & Furious 4” and “21.”

On the stage, she appeared in “Picasso at the Lapin Agile” at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, opposite Justin Long and Hal Linden.

Lapira was raised in Queens, N.Y. and is a supporter of LA’s Best, which provides after school services to 28,000 children in 189 schools in the neighborhoods with the highest needs around Los Angeles. Also, she participates in the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Charity Triathlon each fall in Malibu. Her birthday is Dec. 3. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @lizalapira.

Matt Murray

Matt Murray

as Nick

A native of Detroit, Mich., Matt Murray moved to Toronto after graduating high school to pursue acting. He received a degree in theater performance from the esteemed Humber School of Creative Arts and was accepted to the prestigious Canadian Film Centre Actors Conservatory, a program that selects only eight actors from across Canada per year.

After graduation, Murray landed a recurring role on the Canadian television series “The L.A. Complex.” His additional credits include a memorable role in the comedy series “Kevin from Work,” series regular roles in “Eyewitness” and the Canadian series “Rookie Blue” and “Guidance.” His guest starring roles include "Life in Pieces," “The Firm,” “Blindspot” and “Suits.”

In his free time, Murray volunteers with the organizations Sick Kids foundation in Canada, and My Friends Place in Los Angeles. He is very athletic and enjoys playing basketball, football, boxing, trampoline dodgeball and beach volleyball. Also, he enjoys hip hop and salsa dancing. One of his biggest goals is to create a theater in Detroit to inspire and give opportunities for kids in the inner city.

Murray is the youngest of eight siblings and is a dual citizen of the U.S. and Canada. His birthday is Sept. 18. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @mattmurray28.

Albert Tsai

Albert Tsai

as Ian

Albert Tsai discovered his passion for acting at 7 years old when he participated in a school play. In 2013 he made his television debut on “How I Met Your Mother”. A few months later, Tsai landed his breakout role on “Trophy Wife,” which earned him rave reviews and a 2014 Critics Choice Television Awards nomination for Best Supporting Actor. Also, Tsai was named one of Entertainment Weekly’s 12 Best Child Actors of 2015.

His additional television credits include a series regular role in “Dr. Ken,” for which he won the Best Young Actor in a Television Series award at the 2016 Young Entertainer Awards, and guest starring roles in “Hot in Cleveland,” “Benched,” “Fresh Off The Boat” and "Crazy Ex-Girlfirend".

During his spare time, he loves to read, swim, free-style dance and go horseback riding. His favorite school subjects are history, science and geography. Tsai was born and raised in San Jose, Calif. He enjoys traveling and has been to many different places in the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia. Tsai is bilingual and speaks Mandarin fluently. His birthday is August 5. Follow him on Twitter @AlbertTsai, Instagram @alberttsai and Facebook @OfficialAlbertTsai.

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