Kyra Sedgwick is an award-winning actress, producer and director. She is best known for her Emmy and Golden Globe-winning role as Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson on the TNT crime drama The Closer. In 2018, Sedgwick received a DGA nomination for her directorial debut with the feature Story of a Girl. She then helmed the short Girls Weekend, which premiered at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. She has directed episodes of Grace & Frankie, City on a Hill, Ray Donovan, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and many others. Her film roles include Something to Talk About (1995), Oliver Stone’s Born on the Fourth of July (1989), Cameron Crowe’s Singles (1992), Heart and Souls (1992), Phenomenon (1996), What’s Cooking (2000), Secondhand Lions (2003), The Game Plan (2007), and The Possession (2012). She also has one of the starring roles in the critically acclaimed 2016 comedy-drama movie The Edge of Seventeen. Sedgwick is also known for her recurring role as Madeline Wuntch on the successful sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
Austin Crute is an American actor and singer best known for his roles in the Netflix series Daybreak and the film Booksmart.
Emma Caymares graduated from SUNY Purchase Dance Conservatory and immediately joined the international tour of West Side Story and went on to dance with contemporary ballet companies Morphoses and Ballet Hispanico. She wowed audiences with her memorable performances on Broadway as “Veruca Salt” in the original cast of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and “Wendy” in the original cast of Finding Neverland. Emma is an alum of the prestigious ABC Discovers Diversity Showcase and had a recurring role on the hit FX series Fosse/Verdon starring Michelle Williams and Sam Rockwell as well as an exciting guest star role of Law & Order: SVU. Next up, Emma will be seen as the series regular role of “Celia” in the ABC series Call Your Mother opposite Kyra Sedgewick.
After wrapping the final season of Disney Channel’s top-rated show, LIV AND MADDIE, Joey Bragg has been incredibly busy establishing himself as a comedic leading man in Hollywood. He’ll soon be seen as a series regular opposite Kyra Sedgewick in the upcoming ABC multi-cam series CALL YOUR MOTHER. Joey can currently be seen starring as the lead in the Netflix/Happy Madison feature, FATHER OF THE YEAR, opposite David Spade and Nat Faxon; and will next be seen as the lead of the indie feature SID IS DEAD, produced by Jeremy Garelick. Joey has also recently recurred on Netflix’s sequel series WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER: TEN YEARS LATER. Previous credits include the DISNEY XD original movie MARK & RUSSELL’S WILD RIDE and Fullscreen’s influencer driven baseball themed feature film THE OUTFIELD, which hit number 1 on the iTunes drama charts. In 2012 Joey was featured as part of Variety’s Youth Impact Report. As a young stand-up, he has shared the stage with Dane Cook, Tim Allen, and Bob Saget. Joey has an impressive social media following, which includes over 2 million followers on Instagram.
Patrick Brammall is an award-winning Australian actor/writer who stars in and executive produces NO ACTIVITY for CBS ALL ACCESS from Will Ferrell, Adam McKay and Gary Sanchez at Funny or Die. Patrick developed NO ACTIVITY for Jungle Entertainment in Australia and later adapted for CBS. Previously, he starred in the CBS pilot FURST BORN and additionally developed his own pilot CONTROL FREAKS through CBS/CBS Television studios to also star in. Prior to that, he starred in the NBC/20th Century Fox pilot STRANGE CALLS. Also he was the break-out star of the hit Australian series THE MOODYS for which he won the AACTA for Best Performance in a Television Comedy (and has since been nominated again as well receiving a dramatic nomination this past year for The Little Death). Additionally, Patrick has been nominated this year for the AACTA for Best Lead Actor in a Feature Film for his performance in the recently released film RUBEN GUTHRIE which opened the Sydney Film Festival. He currently stars in the ABC series GLITCH, airing this fall.
Previously he starred in the hit Australian series OFFSPRING and in the mini-series POWER GAMES, in which he stars as a young Rupert Murdoch. Additionally, Patrick has several notable Australian theatre credits including: starring opposite Colin Friels in Belvoir’s Death of a Salesman (which won him the Sydney Theatre Area Award for Best Supporting Actor and just this week got him a Helpmann nomination); playing opposite Geoffrey Rush in MTC’s The Importance of Being Earnest; opposite Miranda Otto in STC’s The White Guard; and MTC’s Clybourne Park (which garnered him a Helpmann Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor).
RACHEL SENNOTT is an NYU-trained writer/performer who was recently profiled by Forbes, Nylon and Paper Magazine. Sennott was the lead in two back to back indie features: SHIVA BABY (SXSW, Tribeca), inspired by the critically acclaimed short film, as well as TAHARA (Slamdance), directed by Sundance Ignite fellow Olivia Peace. Elizabeth Banks’ Brownstone Productions has attached to Rachel’s next feature, BOTTOMS, which she co-wrote with Emma Seligman and will also star. As a stand up, Rachel was named one of the Top Comics to Watch of 2019 by Time Out NY, with her comedy stylings praised as “Gloria Steinem reporting undercover from the Playboy Club.” Rachel also co-created the digital series AYO & RACHEL ARE SINGLE with Comedy Central and is set to star in Kari Lizer’s ABC series, CALL YOUR MOTHER, opposite Kyra Sedgwick.