as Lara Vega
Meagan Good was seen on the big screen in D.E.B.S. and the drama/mystery Brick, which premiered at Sundance 2005. She can also be seen in the horror film Backwater opposite Agnes Bruckner and Jonathan Jackson. She is perhaps most recognized for her acclaimed performance opposite Samuel L. Jackson in the eerie family drama Eve's Bayou, for which she received an NAACP Image Award and a Hollywood Reporter Award Nomination.
Good’s credits also include: Queen Latifah’s The Cookout; You Got Served; Biker Boyz; the romantic comedy Deliver Us From Eva; Friday, opposite Ice Cube; Holly Goldberg Sloan’s The Secret Life of Girls; Chris Stokes’ House Party 4 and D.J. Pooh’s 3 Strikes.
Good began starring in commercials at age 4, and to date has completed over 60 national television commercials. She made her prime-time television debut starring as Sarah’s best friend Katie on Raising Dad. Good's first major television role was as a series regular on the TV hit Cousin Skeeter. She also guest starred on various shows including Moesha, Touched By An Angel, The Steve Harvey Show, The Famous Jett Jackson, The Division, and The Parenthood to name a few.
Stark Sands grew up in Dallas, Texas, where he began acting on the stage at age 13 at Highland Park High School. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in acting from the University of Southern California. Sands' professional career began immediately after graduation. He has been seen as a recurring love interest of the angst-ridden teen Claire Fischer (Lauren Ambrose) on HBO's critically acclaimed series Six Feet Under
. He also co-starred in the independent film Pack of Dogs
, which was directed by Ian Kessner. Sands made his feature film debut opposite Natasha Lyonne and Jason Priestley in Die, Mommie, Die!
, an adaptation of Charles Busch's play.
Valderrama appeared in the Universal Pictures' dramedy Larry Crowne alongside Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts, and starred opposite America Ferrera, Jason Ritter and Melissa Leo in the drama The Dry Land, which premiered in the dramatic competition at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival. Additional film credits include From Prada to Nada alongside Camilla Belle, Alexa Vega and Adriana Barraza; Party Monster; Fast Food Nation; Columbus Day; Unaccompanied Minors; The Darwin Awards; Clifford's Really Big Movie; and The Girl Is in Trouble from executive producer Spike Lee.
From 2006-2007, Valderrama created, executive produced and hosted three seasons of the hit MTV show Yo Momma. He also acted as executive producer on the children's science show Bugging Out. In 2009, he made his directorial debut directing the video short Creepshow Raw: Insomnia, as well as Imagination Movers.
In 2012, Valderrama was a series regular on the NBC drama Awake. He subsequently appeared in recurring roles on Raising Hope and Suburgatory. He is also the voice of 'Manny' on the animated children's series Handy Manny.
Valderrama started a production company, WV Enterprises, which signed a deal with Relativity Media to create, develop and executive produce series for broadcast and cable networks.
Nick Zano most recently starred in the network comedy One Big Happy and had recurring roles on Happy Endings and 2 Broke Girls. His numerous television credits include the cable series What I Like About You and the network comedy Cougar Town.
He also served as a producer and host for the first season of the cable reality series Why Can’t I Be You?
In 2002, Zano made his feature film debut in the Academy Award-nominated hit, Catch Me If You Can. Additional film credits include the outrageous comedy College, the wildly successful thriller The Final Destination, the horror thriller Joy Ride 2: Dead Ahead and the romantic comedy 10 Years.
Born in Nutley, NJ, and raised in West Palm Beach, FL, Zano currently lives in Los Angeles.
Halifax native Laura Regan may be best known for her recurring role as Jennifer Crane on the hit show Mad Men. Her performance in the film My Little Eye won her the Atlantic Canadian Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actor – Female at the Atlantic Film Festival.
Regan made her film debut in M. Night Shayamalan's Unbreakable, and her first starring role was in They, a horror film executive produced by Wes Craven. She also starred in Atlas Shrugged III – Who is John Galt?, taking over the lead role of Dagny Taggart in the adaptation of Ayn Rand's novel. Other films include Someone Like You, Blessings, Saving Jessica Lynch, Hollow Man 2, Poor Boy's Game, Dead Silence and How to Be a Serial Killer.
On television, besides her Mad Men role, she also had a recurring role on Judging Amy, and has guest starred on such shows as Cold Case, Charmed, Ghost Whisperer, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Everwood, Heartland, Without a Trace, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Burn Notice, Nikita, Bones, The Closer, Castle, Fairly Legal and NCIS: Los Angeles.
Li Jun Li
Li Jun Li was born in Shanghai, China, and moved to Bogota, Colombia, at the age of six. Spanish was her second language after native Shanghainese and Mandarin. She moved to New York City two years later and attended LaGuardia High School of Music, Art and Performing Arts, before pursuing a degree at the State University of New York Purchase Acting Conservatory.
Li made her Broadway debut in the revival of South Pacific
at Lincoln Center, opposite Matthew Morrison. Television credits include featured roles on The Following, Damages, Hatfields & McCoys
and the Neil LaBute series Billy & Billy,
as well as guest-starring spots on
Chicago P.D., Unforgettable
. Li’s feature credits include The Humbling,
which was directed by Barry Levinson.
Li currently resides in New York City and is co-owner of TOKIE, a pet fashion and accessories store benefitting animal charities.