Ed O’Neill’s starring role as the patriarch in Global’s Golden Globe® and Emmy® Award-winning hit comedy Modern Family has garnered him three Emmy® nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.
Born in Youngstown, Ohio, O’Neill attended Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, and Youngstown State University. Signed by the Pittsburgh Steelers, he was cut in training camp and worked as a social studies teacher before becoming an actor. He has appeared in a number of movies including The Bone Collector, Little Giants, Dutch, Wayne’s World, Finding Dory and Sun Dogs; as well as several films for Pulitzer Prize-winning screenwriter David Mamet, including The Spanish Prisoner, Spartan and the indie film Redbelt. His television credits include the long-running sitcom Married with Children, Dragnet, The West Wing, Big Apple and John from Cincinnati. O’Neill also had stints on Broadway, starring in the productions Lakeboat and Keep Your Pantheon.
Starring in Global’s Golden Globe® and Emmy® Award-winning hit comedy Modern Family as Claire Dunphy, two-time Emmy® Award winner Julie Bowen enjoys a successful career on both television and the big screen.
Bowen has appeared in hit comedy features Life of the Party with Melissa McCarthy and Horrible Bosses, opposite Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day. She lent her vocal talents to the rambunctious Lil’ Dipper in the animated feature Planes: Fire and Rescue, and her previous film credits include Multiplicity with Michael Keaton, Crazy on the Outside with Tim Allen and the modern comedy classic Happy Gilmore, opposite Adam Sandler.
Before Modern Family, Bowen spent four seasons as Carol Vessey, the dream girl of former classmate-turned-lawyer Ed Stevens, on the charming NBC series Ed. Bowen then joined James Spader and William Shatner for two seasons on ABC’s Boston Legal. Other television credits include recurring roles on the hit ABC series Lost and the darkly comedic Showtime series Weeds.
Ty Burrell is stars on Global’s Golden Globe® and Emmy® Award-winning hit comedy Modern Family as Phil Dunphy. The actor has garnered countless awards for his fan-favorite role of Phil Dunphy, including the 2014 and 2011 Emmy® Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series; the 2014 Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series; the 2013 Monte Carlo International Television Festival Award in the category of Best Comedic Actor; the 2012 Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series; as well as the 2012 Comedy Award in the category of Performance by an Actor – Television.
In 2014, Burrell signed an overall deal with 20th Century Fox Television, the studio behind the acclaimed comedy series Modern Family. Under the pact, Burrell launched his production company, Wedding Punch, where he will co-create and write comedy projects, as well as develop shows from other writers.
Award, Golden Globe® and Screen Actors Guild (SAG)-nominated actress. She can be seen as Gloria Delgado-Pritchett in Global’s Golden Globe® and Emmy® Award-winning hit comedy Modern Family. Vergara won the 2017 People’s Choice Award for Favorite TV Comedy Actress for her work on the show.
She was seen in James Oakley’s The Con Is On, starring alongside Uma Thurman, Alice Eve and Crispin Glover; and in The Female Brain, directed by Whitney Cummings, starring Cummings, Alysia Reiner, James Marsden and Cecily Strong. Vergara also starred in Robert Moresco’s Bent, opposite Karl Urban and Andy Garcia, which released in 2018. In 2019, Vergara was in the independent film Bottom of the 9th, directed by Raymond De Felitta, starring opposite Joe Manganiello and Denis O’Hare.
Eric Stonestreet stars as Cameron Tucker in Global’s Golden Globe® and Emmy® Award-winning hit comedy Modern Family, a role in which he earned two Emmy® Awards in the Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series category in 2010 and 2012. Stonestreet also garnered a 2011 Emmy® nomination; Golden Globe® nominations in 2011, 2012 and 2013; Screen Actors Guild nominations in 2012, 2013 and 2015; and a TCA Award nomination for his portrayal.
Stonestreet has played a variety of characters both on the big and small screens. Most recently, Stonestreet can be heard voicing the character of Duke in Illumination Entertainments’ box office hits The Secret Life of Pets and its sequel, The Secret Life of Pets 2, alongside Louis C.K. and Kevin Hart. He also appeared in HBO’s Primetime Emmy® Award-nominated television movie Confirmation, portraying lobbyist Kenneth Duberstein. From a script by Academy Award®-nominated writer Susannah Grant (Erin Brockovich), the TV movie detailed the 1991 Supreme Court nomination hearings. In 2015, Stonestreet starred in the thriller The Loft, directed by Erik Van Looy and also starring Karl Urban, James Marsden, Wentworth Miller and Rachael Taylor. In 2013, he was a scene-stealer in the comedy Identity Thief for Universal Pictures, directed by Seth Gordon (Horrible Bosses), and starring Melissa McCarthy and Jason Bateman. He was also seen in the comedy Bad Teacher with Cameron Diaz, Jason Segal and Justin Timberlake; and guest starred on Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s FX’s hit series American Horror Story, playing the role of Derek, a patient of Dr. Ben Harmon (Dylan McDermott) who has a fear of urban legends. In 2003, he starred in IFC’s cult classic Girls Will Be Girls, which was an official selection to the Sundance Film Festival that year.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson
Jesse Tyler Ferguson stars as Mitchell Pritchett in Global’s Golden Globe® and Emmy® Award-winning hit comedy Modern Family. Ferguson has also received five Emmy® Award nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series and three People’s Choice Award nominations for Favorite Comedic TV Actor on behalf of Modern Family.
Ferguson starred in Log Cabin, an ensemble-driven comedy on Broadway with Playwrights Horizons. Directed by Tony® Award and Obie Award winner Pam MacKinnon, Ferguson played Ezra, the protagonist, alongside Phillip James Brannon, Cindy Cheung, Ian Harvie, Talene Monahon and Dolly Wells.
Sarah Hyland, a native New Yorker, currently stars in Global’s Golden Globe® and Emmy® Award-winning hit comedy Modern Family as the ditsy yet independent Haley Dunphy, opposite Ty Burrell and Julie Bowen. Hyland is a true triple threat, trained in all areas of dance from the age of 3 and vocally trained from the age of 7, including attending the Professional Performing Arts School in New York City.
Hyland has been working in stage, television and film since the age of 4. She has starred in numerous plays and musicals, both off- and on-Broadway, making her official Broadway debut in a production of Grey Gardens. Hyland’s numerous television appearances include recurring roles on the daytime soap opera ABC’s One Life to Live and NBC’s Lipstick Jungle, and guest-starring roles on NBC’s Law & Order, NBC’s Law & Order: SVU and TV Land’s Hot in Cleveland, to name a few. Hyland could also be seen in Bonnie and Clyde: Dead and Alive, a four-part TV mini-series for Lifetime/History Channel as Blanche Barrow. The project was the first of its kind to air on both AETN networks.
Ariel Winter is one of Hollywood’s most promising young talents with notable roles both in television and film. Winter currently stars in Global’s Golden Globe® and Emmy® Award-winning hit comedy Modern Family. Winter plays Alex Dunphy, the brainy middle child in the Dunphy family, opposite Ty Burrell, Julie Bowen, Sarah Hyland and Nolan Gould.
In March 2014, Winter gave life to the voice of Penny Peterson in the animated film Mr. Peabody & Sherman. Other familiar voices in the film include Ty Burrell and Allison Janney. In 2009, Winter appeared in the thriller Duress, opposite Martin Donovan. Other credits include playing Young Trixie in Warner Bros.’ Speed Racer; and the films The Chaperone, opposite WWE star Paul Michael Levesque (Triple H), Opposite Day, Nic & Tristan Go Mega Dega and a lead role in the hit thriller One Missed Call, in which she plays the killer in the film.
Born in College Station, Texas, Rico Rodriguez made the move from Texas to Los Angeles, California, in 2005 at the age of 6, with his mom and sister, Raini, to support his sister’s dream of becoming an actress. After one year of watching his sister having fun and success, he enrolled in acting classes and soon started making a name for himself.
Rodriguez’s television credits include co-starring as Young Guillermo on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Cory in the House, ER, ’Til Death, iCarly, Nip/Tuck, Surviving Suburbia and NCIS. He has also appeared as a guest on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Lopez Tonight, ”Ellen” and The View. He was asked to serve as a red carpet correspondent for ABC.com’s red carpet coverage of the Academy Awards®, as well as E! Entertainment’s orange carpet reporter and special guest co-host for Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards.
Nolan Gould is excited to reprise his role as Luke Dunphy in Global’s Golden Globe® and Emmy® Award-winning hit comedy Modern Family.
Gould was seen starring in Camp, a one-hour digital special produced by James Franco and Joey King. He was in the Civil War film Field of Lost Shoes, directed by Sean McNamara, starring opposite David Arquette and Tom Skerritt. Other film credits include The To-Do List and Friends with Benefits.
His television credits include starring in the made-for-TV movie Ghoul and the live-action Hub original series R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour. He played on Ellen Degeneres’ hot game show Heads Up and was also on Whose Line Is It Anyway?
Aubrey Anderson–Emmons made history at the age of 4 by becoming the youngest-ever nominee and recipient of a Screen Actors Guild Award for her performance as Lily Tucker-Pritchett in Global’s Golden Globe® and Emmy® Award-winning hit comedy Modern Family. At the age of 12, she entered her ninth year as a series regular, and she has increased cultural diversity awareness as an Asian-American playing a transracial adoptee of gay parents.
Even with her busy work, school and play schedule, Anderson-Emmons has donated her time to support such charitable organizations as St. Jude’s Hospital, California Covenant House Youth Shelter, Let Them Play Sports Organization, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Olive Crest, Help A Mother Out, My Stuff Bags, EIF Revlon Run/Walk For Women and Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption.
Jeremy Maguire stars as Joe Pritchett in Global’s Golden Globe® and Emmy® Award-winning hit comedy Modern Family. Maguire can also be seen in his role as Trevor in the drama-filled film I’m Not Here, opposite J.K. Simmons and Sebastian Stan.
Maguire has always loved to be in the spotlight and, despite his age, is not shy or timid when it comes to being onstage. He loves to utilize his creative side not only with acting but with drawing, craft-making, singing and storytelling. Whether it’s on set or on the red carpet, you can catch Maguire in his iconic cape and ready to answer any trivia question you can think of on the subject of Harry Potter and Star Wars.