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in Canada, Kylie Bunbury spent two years in London and then seven years
in Portugal, where her father was a professional soccer player. Her
family then moved to Minnesota, where she began modeling.
Bunbury marked the beginning of her professional acting career in the Walt Disney Pictures film Prom. She followed that up working opposite Jonah Hill in The Sitter for filmmaker David Gordon Green.
as Mike Lawson
Mark-Paul Gosselaar is best known for his role as Detective John Clark
opposite Dennis Franz in Steven Bochco’s critically acclaimed drama, NYPD Blue.
In 2002 Gosselaar starred opposite Sharon Lawrence in Atomic Twister. He was also in The Princess and the Marine,
based on a real-life tale of forbidden love, portraying U.S. Marine
Jason Johnson. He played Dennis Sweeny in the coming-of-age series Hyperion Bay, and starred in producer Dick Wolf’s drama D.C. He starred in his first major-studio motion picture playing good-hearted troublemaker Cooper Frederickson in the comedy Dead Man on Campus. In his first television series he played the charming Zack Morris on the popular comedy Saved by the Bell.
Gosselaar starred opposite Alan Arkin in the comedic telefilm Necessary Parties, as a teenager who sues his divorcing parents. This launched him into a half-dozen other movies-of-the-week; including For the Love of Nancy, Saved by the Bell: Wedding in Las Vegas, and She Cried No,
for which he earned kudos as a savvy teen who’s accused of rape and
must fight in court for his future. Gosselaar then segued to other
challenging roles: a journalist who uncovers a deadly sorority hazing
in Dying to Belong; and a young loser caught in a cycle of homelessness in Born into Exile. He has also built his image as a versatile thespian through such independent films as Beer Money and Sticks and Stones, starring Kirstie Alley.
Gosselaar is also a pilot and avid flyer. His sporting interests include golf, hockey, and his first love: motocross racing.
From a complex Black Panther leader opposite David Oyelowo, to a big
contract professional ball player opposite Liev Schreiber, actor Mo
McRae has been booking roles in some of hottest projects in film and
He was seen as 'Eldridge Huggins' in the highly acclaimed feature film The Butler,
directed by Lee Daniels and starring Forest Whitaker, Oprah Winfrey,
Melissa Leo, Alex Pettyfer, and Robin Williams. McRae also has recurring
roles on the hit FX series Sons of Anarchy as 'Tyler,' and Showtime's Ray Donovan as 'Deonte Frasier.' In 2012, he also appeared in the pilot Prodigy Bully.
Born and raised in South Central Los Angeles, McRae is the oldest of
three children. He developed an affinity for the performing arts while
attending Washington Preparatory High School, where a drama teacher
encouraged him to pursue acting.
Immediately after graduating high school, where he made the decision
to become a full time actor, McRae took a job as a bagger at Ralph's
grocery store on Third and LaBrea in Los Angeles. While working his day
job, McRae dedicated his spare time to a program called 'Assemblies in
Motion,' using poetry and music to help educate and empower the
underserved community. While at an event for 'Assemblies in Motion,' he
was approached by an agent who offered to work with him. McRae signed
with him a week later and immediately started booking jobs.
as Al Sciutto
Starting as a teenager, watching classic black-and-white American movies
has been a lifelong love of Dan Lauria’s. It gave him his first
glimmer of what he would like to do in life – act.
Lauria’s professional stage career began in the early 1970s at the
Washington Theatre Club in Washington, D.C. He has since accumulated an
impressive roster of performances, in over 50 plays. With his home
base in New York, he spent 12 years touring on the road, and had
numerous roles in off-off-Broadway productions. Lauria also worked for
nine years as a dramatic director for the Raft Theatre in Manhattan. He
wrote a number of full-length plays that were produced there, among
them Game Plan and The Setup, both of which later graduated to off-Broadway.
Lauria made his television debut on the daytime soap, Love of Life, and starred on several other soaps, including a two-year stint on One Life to Live. The chance to co-star with Carroll O’Connor in the telefilm Brass took Lauria to the west coast. Among his many TV credits are guest-starring roles on Moonlighting,Growing Pains,Spencer: For Hire,L.A. Law,Simon & Simon,Hill Street Blues and Scarecrow and Mrs. King. He had recurring roles on Cagney and Lacey and Hooperman, and from 1996-97 starred as Coach Ross Petrocelli on the hit series Party of Five.
Lauria’s extensive roster of made-for television movies includes Howard Beach: Making a Case For Murder (1988); In the Line of Duty: Ambush in Waco (1993); and Merry Christmas, George Bailey (1997). He also appeared in the 1998 Tom Hanks-executive produced cable mini-series From the Earth to the Moon.
Lauria’s feature film credits include Without a Trace (1983) co-starring Judd Hirsch; Stakeout (1987) with Emilio Estevez and Richard Dreyfuss; 1996’s Dogwatch with Paul Sorvino and the blockbuster Independence Day; with Penelope Ann Miller in Rhapsody in Bloom (1998); with Stacy Keach and Billy Dee Williams in Fear Runs Silent (1999); and Contagion (2001) co-starring Bruce Boxleitner.
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Ali Larter is an actress and year-round reveler. Currently residing in
Los Angeles, Larter enjoys hosting her ritual dinner parties and
legendary get-togethers. She shares her celebrations with her husband,
Hayes MacArthur, and their son, Teddy.
Making her feature film debut in the blockbuster hit Varsity Blues, some of Larter’s additional feature film credits include Resident Evil: Afterlife, Obsessed, A Lot Like Love, American Outlaws, Legally Blonde, The House on Haunted Hill and Drive Me Crazy. Other feature films include 2014's You’re Not You and the independent romantic comedy Lovesick.
In September 2013, St. Martin’s Press published Larter’s first entertaining cookbook, Kitchen Revelry.