Adhir Kalyan has been acting in film and television for over 15 years.
Kalyan’s television credits include a recurring role in Netflix series Arrested Development and in the Amazon series I Love Dick, with Kevin Bacon and Kathryn Hahn. He’s widely known for his roles as Timmy in Rules of Engagement on CBS, as Raja on the critically acclaimed series Aliens in America, and as Dr. Raj Paresh on Nip/Tuck. His additional credits include the series Second Chance and guest-starring appearances on The Goldbergs and The Guest Book.
Kalyan’s feature film credits include Paul Blart: Mall Cop, Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2, Youth in Revolt starring opposite Michael Cera, No Strings Attached with Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher, the Jason Reitman directed feature Up in the Air with George Clooney, High School opposite Adrien Brody, and Fired Up. Additionally, he can be seen in supporting roles in the films Chemical Hearts opposite Lili Reinheart, A Nice Girl Like You opposite Lucy Hale, and the upcoming comedy Shriver opposite Michael Shannon and Kate Hudson.
Born and raised in Durban, South Africa, Kalyan currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife. His birthday is August 4. Follow him on Twitter @adhirkalyan.
Parker Young’s breakthrough role was as Ryan Shay on the comedy series Suburgatory. Additional television credits include A Million Little Things, Imposters, Arrow, I Feel Bad, Enlisted, and a recurring role in Lena Waithe’s “Twenties for BET. Young can also be seen in These Days, a television series short which was shot during the 2020 quarantine and is an official selection of Sundance 2021.
Young is a co-founder of the tech startup huddls, which connects celebrities with their fans over live group video chats. huddls enables individuals from around the world to interact in real time, while simultaneously raising money for various charities.
Born in Tucson, Arizona, Young currently lives just outside of Los Angeles with his fiancé and daughter. He has a long standing personal connection to those in the military and is thrilled to be representing veterans in his current role. Young’s birthday is August 16. Follow him on Instagram @parker.young and Twitter @parker_young.
Dean Norris memorably portrayed relentless DEA agent Hank Schrader for all five seasons of the critically acclaimed series Breaking Bad. With his fellow actors from the show, Norris shared the Screen Actors Guild Awards’ top television honor for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series. Breaking Bad was also honored with a Golden Globe and two Emmy Awards for Outstanding Drama Series.
Norris’ extensive list of television credits includes Scandal, Tremors, The West Wing, 24, Under the Dome, on CBS, and guest appearances on Better Call Saul, and The Mentalist, CSI, CSI: New York, JAG, NCIS, Criminal Minds, and The Big Bang Theory, all on CBS.
Norris’ feature film credits include Terminator 2: Judgement Day, Total Recall, Little Miss Sunshine, Evan Almighty, Secret in Their Eyes, Men, Women and Children, The Counselor, Death Wish opposite Bruce Willis, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, and Remember opposite Christopher Plummer.
A native of South Bend, Indiana, he is a graduate of Harvard University and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA) in London. He lives with his wife and five children outside of Los Angeles. His birthday is April 8. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @deanjnorris.
Elizabeth Alderfer’s television credits include A.P. Bio, Disjointed, opposite Kathy Bates, Orange is the New Black, Super Simple Love Story, Passage, Eye Candy, Golden Boy, and Unforgettable, Bull, and The Good Wife, all on CBS.
Alderfer’s feature film credits include “Game Day,” “The Passing Season,” “Better Off Single” and “Turtle Island.”
Alderfer holds a degree in Drama from New York University Tisch School of the Arts and she also studied at Playwrights Horizons Theatre School. Originally from upstate New York, Alderfer lives in Los Angeles. Her birthday is Feb. 5.
Kelli Goss began her career acting and modeling at a young age. Her television credits include Hannah Montana, Hollywood Heights, Big Time Rush, and The Ranch. Goss also appeared in more than 80 episodes of the daytime drama The Young and the Restless, on CBS. She has guest starred on Grey’s Anatomy, Speechless, The United States of Tara, My Name is Earl, and The Big Bang Theory, on CBS.
Goss was born and raised in Los Angeles. Her birthday is Feb. 1. Follow her on Instagram @kelligoss.
Farrah Mackenzie was born in Los Angeles to actors Angela Little (Walk Hard) and Andy Mackenzie (Sushi Girl) and is the granddaughter to Emmy Award-nominated director Will Mackenzie. She was immersed in the arts from the time she was born. At 5 years old, she appeared in her first project, the indie fantasy short The Heart’s Eye View with her parents. Her father, playing a fireman, was supposed to just rescue her from a fire, but Mackenzie insisted that she also have a line in the film, and she has been working ever since.
Mackenzie’s recent television credits include Utopia opposite and John Cusack, and Rainn Wilson, and the recurring role of Stella Parton in the Emmy-nominated Dolly Parton’s Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love, and the prequel, Dolly Parton’s Coat of Many Colors.
Mackenzie’s feature credits include Please Stand By, Ascension, You Get Me, and Logan Lucky, for Steven Soderbergh opposite Channing Tatum, Katie Holmes, and Riley Keough.
Aside from acting, Mackenzie loves to read and is a big Harry Potter fan. She also enjoys spending time outdoors with her family. Her birthday is Oct. 29. Follow her on Instagram @farrahmackenzie.