American television and film actor Michael Weston is best known for his roles on House and Six Feet Under. He has also appeared on Elementary, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, The Office and Burn Notice, among others. His feature film credits include Garden State, Wish I Was Here, The Dukes of Hazzard and Coyote Ugly.
He lives in Los Angeles.
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Stephen Mangan is an English actor, best known for his starring television roles in Episodes, Green Wing and I’m Alan Partridge. He is an acclaimed stage actor, having been nominated for a Tony Award for his portrayal of “Norman” in Broadway’s “The Norman Conquests.” He also starred as “Bertie Wooster” in “Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense,” which won the 2014 Olivier Award for Best New Comedy. Mangan made his feature film debut in the hit movie Billy Elliot, and appeared on the big screen in director Ron Howard’s Rush.
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Rebecca Liddiard is a Toronto-based Canadian actress whose star is on the rise. A graduate of Ryerson University’s theatre performance program, she has appeared in principal roles on such programs as Karma’s a B, Murdoch Mysteries, Man Seeking Woman and the feature film Highly Functional.
Liddiard is also a proud member, supporter and contributor to Toronto’s theatre scene. She studied classical performance while simultaneously rehearsing lead roles in premier productions by Judith Thompson and Valina Hasu-Houston, which toured the Greek festival circuit. In Toronto, she played a sociopathic teen superfan in the Canadian premiere of Joel Kim Booster’s hit play, “Kate & Sam Are Not Breaking Up.” Liddiard teaches Creative Performance Studies at Ryerson University to first-year theatre and dance students. She also works with Theatre Gargantua in its high school workshop series, and is a participant in the inaugural Devised Theatre Lab program with Theatre Columbus.
She lives in Toronto.