Abigail (Abby) Bianchi
As a Gemini Award nominated and Leo Award winning actress, Jewel Staite is best known for her work as ‘Kaylee’ in Joss Whedon’s cult classic Fox series “Firefly,” as well as the feature film adaptation “Serenity,” which was released by Universal Pictures. More recently, Jewel was seen on ABC’s hit series “The Good Doctor,” NBC’s “Blindspot,” SyFy’s “The Magicians,” and The CW’s “Legends of Tomorrow.” Prior to this, Jewel starred as ‘Caroline Swift’ on the hit AMC series “The Killing” opposite Joel Kinnaman. Other select television credits include starring on The CW series “LA Complex,” as well as SyFy’s hit series “Stargate: Atlantis.” On the feature side, Jewel was most recently seen as the lead in “How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town.
With six Emmy® and four Tony® nominations to his credit, Victor Garber has been seen in some of the most memorable works of film, television and stage. Garber co-starred in the Academy Award®-winning film, “Titanic”, and co-starred in Ben Affleck’s Academy Award®-winning film, “Argo”. He also portrayed San Francisco Mayor George Moscone in Gus Van Sant’s Academy Award®–nominated film “Milk.” Additional film credits include “Dark Waters”, “Sicario”, “Self-Less”, “Rebel in the Rye”, “The First Wives Club,” “Sleepless in Seattle,” and “Legally Blonde”.
Garber has been nominated for six Emmy® Awards, including three for the ABC drama “Alias,” two for comedic guest-star roles on “Frasier” and “Will & Grace,” and a nomination for his portrayal of Sid Luft in the television movie “Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows.” He currently recurs on “Ghost” on Starz and “The Orville” on Fox, in addition to having been seen recurring on “Power” on Starz, and “The Flash” on CW. He will next be seen playing ‘Harry Svensson’ on the new series “Family Law”. Garber has also guest starred on shows such as Pop Network’s “Schitt’s Creek”, Showtime’s Lisa Kudrow comedy, “Web Therapy”, “The Big C”, “Nurse Jackie”, “Damages” and “Glee”. Garber starred in CW’s “Legends of Tomorrow”, NBC’s drama “Deception”, ABC’s “Eli Stone,” and “Justice” on Fox.
Garber has earned four Tony® nominations for his work in “Damn Yankees,” “Lend Me a Tenor,” “Deathtrap” and “Little Me.” He performed in the workshops of Sondheim’s “Assassins” and “Wiseguys” as well as in the Tony Award®–winning play “Art.” His stage credits also include the original Broadway productions of “Arcadia,” “The Devil’s Disciple,” “Noises Off” and “Sweeney Todd.” Additionally, Garber garnered rave reviews in Sondheim’s “Follies” for City Center Encores as well as “Present Laughter,” directed by the late Nicholas Martin. He was most recently seen in the Broadway hit, “Hello Dolly” co-starring opposite Bernadette Peters. Garber will next be seen
co-starring in the Sony feature film written and directed by Clea DuVall, “Happiest Season,” opposite Kristen Stewart, MacKenzie Davis, and Mary Steenburgen.
Zach Smadu is a Regina-born, Toronto-based actor. He got his start on stage at an early age through musical theatre, dance and acting, performing throughout his school years. Upon completing high school, Zach moved to Toronto to pursue his post-secondary education in the Theatre/Drama program at University of Toronto Mississauga and Sheridan College. Now based in Toronto, he’s had an exciting acting career thus far, and is delighted to be a part of the “Family Law” family.
Notable television credits include three seasons on CTV’s award winning series “Cardinal”, as Detective Ash Kular, and a recurring role on the cult and sci-fi favourite “The Expanse” (Amazon). Other favourite television credits include the Canadian Screen Awards winner “Kim’s Convenience” (CBC) and the quick-witted, fast-paced Canadian classic “Letterkenny” (Crave). His feature film credits include his roles in Paul Fieg’s “A Simple Favor”, and Golden Globe-nominated “Miss Sloane” by John Madden. While Zach has worked on several holiday rom-coms including “Angel Falls: A Novel Holiday” (Hallmark) and “Two Turtle Doves” (Hallmark), he’s excited to be the leading man in “Mistletoe and Molly”, coming out Christmas 2021.
Genelle Williams has been working steadily as a Lead or Series Regular currently playing Lucy on the new series “Family Law.” She can soon be seen in the feature film “Spiral” (Lionsgate, set for
release in 2021) playing the role of Lisa Banks alongside Chris Rock and Samuel L. Jackson. Select credits include: “Bitten” (Space, 2 seasons), “Remedy” (Global, 2 season) alongside Enrico
Colantoni and Patrick McKenna, and “Warehouse 13” (SyFy, 4 season) with Eddie McClintock. Genelle appeared in the supporting role of Anne in the TV Feature “Turkey Drop” (Muse
Entertainment) and had the Supporting role of Allison acting along Erin Karpluk in the Lifetime movie, “Magical Christmas Shoes.” Genelle received a Gemini Nomination (2007) for
“Doomstown” – Best Performance in a Lead Role, Dramatic Program or Mini-Series.
SAG and Emmy Award-nominated Lauren Holly is one of Hollywood’s most well-respected actors, possessing lasting star power and a versatile range with roles in some of film and television’s
most memorable projects. Holly is set to star in Netflix’s upcoming drama series “Tiny Pretty Things” based on the popular book of the same name by Sona Charaipotra and Dhonielle Clayton.
Most recently, Holly starred on the third season of Netflix’s hit cult favorite “Designated Survivor” as ‘Lynn Harper’, the daughter of a renowned Virginia senator, who is married to ‘Mars Harper,’ Kirkman’s new Chief of Staff.
Holly’s first Hollywood big break came when she was cast as small-town ‘Deputy Sheriff Maxine Stewart’ opposite veteran actor Tom Skerritt on CBS’s iconic Emmy® Award-winning series
“Picket Fences.” Perhaps most widely known for her three seasons as ‘Director Jenny Shepard’ in the acclaimed procedural series “NCIS”, Holly has also starred in many other series: she portrayed ‘Dr. Betty Rogers’ on CTV/ABC’s hit crime drama series “Motive,” appeared in the NBC miniseries “Jackie, Ethel, and Joan: Women of Camelot” alongside Jill Hennessy and Leslie Stefanson, and starred as plastic surgeon ‘Jeremy Hanlon’ on David E. Kelley’s Emmy® Award-nominated drama, “Chicago Hope.”
Holly’s breakthrough motion picture performance came with the box-office smash “Dumb and Dumber” where she starred as the iconic red headed love interest ‘Mary Swanson’ opposite Jim
Carrey and Jeff Daniels. Her numerous film credits over her illustrious career include Oliver Stone’s “Any Given Sunday” with Al Pacino, Cameron Diaz, and Jamie Fox as well as a starring
role in “Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story”.
Ms. Charlton is a passionate, driven woman who is constantly thinking outside the box when it comes to both her personal and professional life. She is extremely compassionate and patient,
but having, personally, experienced violence and human injustice she has a definite “line in the sand” that should not be crossed. This mindset ties in perfectly with her role as “Jerri” whose
inflexible belief in law and order crosses over to her “mama-bear” treatment of Harry’s children as well as unwavering support for Harry even though she doesn’t always agree with his decisions and personal choices in life.
Bobbi’s commitment to the Performing Arts spans 35+ years, and over 85 film, television, and theatre productions as well as countless commercials and voice-overs. She is an Actor,
Choreographer (Dance, Stage fighting, Fencing), Director, and Writer. Her passion is working with Actors/Performers, youth to adult, in whatever capacity that can help the Actor experience
“freedom” through their work. Recently Bobbi spent 1 year performing at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland Oregon. She was able to realize a life-long dream of playing “Aunt Eller” in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s production of Oklahoma! under the Direction of Bill Rauch.
She was a Recurring Actor on SyFy’s critically acclaimed series “The Magicians”, guest starred on “Damnation” and ABC’s “Dead of Summer”.