Natalie Knepp is an Actress, Writer & Harpist living and working in New York City. She has guest starred and recurred on numerous television shows including "Unforgettable", "Orange is the New Black", "The Good Wife", "Blue Bloods", "CSI: Miami", "Damages", "Gossip Girl", the A&E mini-series "Coma", the hit web-series "Old Friends" as well as the digital series produced by American Pie's Chris Moore, "Think Tank". Natalie has also worked on numerous Feature Films recently including the film adaptation of the hit musical "The Last 5 Years" playing the pivotal role of Alise Michaels starring opposite Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan adapted for the screen by Richard Lagravense. "The Last 5 Years" premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in 2014 and will be released on Valentines Day 2015. In 2014 she also starred in festival hits: Bridge and Tunnel and Imagine I'm Beautiful. Other films coming out in 2015: "Alto" (with Diana DeGarmo, Annabella Sciorra and Billy Wirth), and "Sam"
SEAN KLEIER as Doc
Sean Kleier cut his teeth in the New York City comedy scene, performing stand-up and improv in clubs and bars all over Manhattan and Brooklyn. He garnered attention for his unique take on social and political events, and his sketch comedy has appeared on UpWorthy, Funny or Die, The Huffington Post, CBS News, Time.com and others. A theater actor since he was a child in his native Kentucky, Kleier has recently made his mark on television with appearances on Hey Girl, Madam Secretary, and The Affair. He can also be seen in the upcoming The Intern, starring Robert DeNiro and Anne Hathaway. In addition to acting, Kleier writes and directs for the creative production agency, Motiv Creative, which he founded with his brother. Representing civic-minded non-profits, the duo created a satirical candidate for senate, developed viral PSAs for immigrants’ rights, and have been featured on Fox and Friends, TODAY, and others. Kleier attended Bowdoin College where he majored in history, minored in film studies and captained the baseball team. Sean is currently a series regular in Bravo’s original series “Odd Mom Out”.
JAMES MCCAFFREY as Seymour
James McCaffrey is currently in production on the first season of NBC's "Chicago Med”. He began acting in Boston, to rave reviews in a controversial stage production of Electra: A Central American Tragedy (Orestes). Upon moving to NYC, he became a proud member of The Actors Studio. He started his own theatre company, The Workhouse Theatre in Tribeca. Off-Broadway productions include The Scape, The Florentine, In Ten Cities and Gross Points with Alec Baldwin. Spring 2011 saw McCaffrey playing the King of Denmark in “Hamlet” at Webster Hall. He recently ended his run as series regular of the hit FX series “Rescue Me”. Other television credits include "Suits", "Revenge", "The Following", "White Collar", “A Gifted Man”, “Blue Bloods” & “New York Undercover”. James has also starred in several movies of the week including, Switched At Birth with Rosanna Arquette for Lifetime. Notable film roles include Like Sunday Like Rain, The Suspect, Coach of the Year, The Orphan Killer, Broken English, Spike Lee’s She Hate Me and The Truth About Cats & Dogs opposite Uma Thurman. McCaffrey is also the voice of the titular anti-hero in the blockbuster video game franchise, Max Payne, for Rockstar Games.
BRYAN BATT as Alexander Blondell
Bryan Batt is a native New Orleanian, actor, designer, fundraiser, and civic activist has won 2 Screen Actor’s Guild awards for his portrayal of “Salvatore Romano” on AMC’s critically acclaimed, Emmy, Golden Globe, and Peabody award winning dramatic series Mad Men . As an Author, both his “momoir “She Ain’t Heavy, She’s My Mother” and décor book ”Big, Easy Style" have received rave reviews. Theatrically, Bryan is most proud to have created the role of Darius in both the N.Y. and L.A (Drama Logue Award) productions as well as the film adaptation of Paul Rudnick’s ground braking comedy Jeffrey. Broadway leading and principal roles include: 2005 revival Of La Cage Aux Folles, Beauty & The Beast, and Off Broadway Forbidden Broadway Cleans Up Its Act (Drama Desk Nomination). Bryan can be seen in the films 12 Years A Slave, Parkland, and The Last Of Robin Hood. Honors include OUT Magazine’s Artist of the Year 2007, N.O.Aids Task Force Humanitas award,, Backstage Magazine’s Bistro award for best vocalist 2008, and the 2013 New Orleans Arts Council Community Award. Bryan’s most recent appearances in “The Runner” with Nicholas Cage and in the MTV Series “Scream”
MORGAN FAIRCHILD as Lulu
Morgan Fairchild achieved prominence during the late 1970s and early 1980s with continuing roles in several television series, in which she usually conveyed a glamorous image. Fairchild began her career in the CBS daytime soap opera Search for Tomorrow as Jennifer Pace from 1973 to 1977. In 1978 she appeared on the primetime soap opera Dallas as the first actress to portray Jenna Wade, before taking a lead role in the NBC series Flamingo Road in 1980 (for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama). In 1984, she co-starred in ABC's primetime soap Paper Dolls, and then appeared in Falcon Crest as attorney Jordan Roberts from 1985 to 1986. Fairchild has also performed in theater and played guest roles in television comedies, including Murphy Brown (for which she was nominated for an Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series), Roseanne, Cybill, and Friends. She is a board member of SAG-AFTRA. Morgan recently appeared in popular shows “Two and a Half Men” and “Hot in Cleveland”.
STACY KEACH as The Shopkeeper
Stacy Keach started acting in theatre at an early age. He came to prominence on stage in the 1960’s, and entered films in 1968, landing a solid supporting role in The Heart is a Lonely Hunter. He appeared in many counterculture-driven films of the early 1970’s, including End of the Road, Brewster McCloud, Doc and John Huston’s Fat City, among them. He contributed a funny cameo to Huston’s The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean. Keach also notably portrayed an LA cop in The New Centurions. Another of his acclaimed film characterizations was the title role in John Osborne’s Luther. He was chilling as an easy-going homicidal sheriff in The Killer Inside Me, a stunning adaptation of Jim Thompson’s novel that went virtually unnoticed until its later release on video. He became a youth audience icon with his comedic portrayal in both Cheech and Chong’s Up in Smoke and Nice Dreams. Other top portrayals occurred in The Bourne Legacy, That Championship Season, The Ninth Configuration, Escape From LA, If I stay, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, Nebraska and American History X. Stacy is also known for the voice of Skipper in Disney’s Planes: Fire & Rescue.
SARAH SCOTT as Cynthia
Sarah Scott recently played Courtney Love in the award-winning docu/drama Soaked In Bleach and appeared this season on Showtime in Masters of Sex. Sarah is a graduate of New York University where she studied mass media, film, and ballet, and completed the Shakespeare program at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. Sarah has guest starred on numerous television series including Castle, Bones, True Blood, Medium, Nip/Tuck and Arrested Development. Sarah has starred in indie films such as The Grind, The Last Hurrah, Haunted Boat and The Devil’s Muse and appeared in silent film The Artist, which won an Academy Award for Best Picture. Theatre credits include Luka’s Room (Rogue Machine Theatre), which garnered her a “Scenie” for Outstanding Individual Performance in a play by Stage Scene LA (2015), The Tempest (Pulse Ensemble), Robots vs. Fake Robots (Powerhouse Theatre), Shaking the Dew from the Lilies (Red Brick Road). This Texan go-getter keeps pairing her gal-next-door beauty with increasingly offbeat roles. You can see her on “Funny or Die” in a short comedy she produced called Sex Scientists, directed by Scott Z. Burns, and in the STARZ Online series Hollywood Acting Studio.
BROCK HARRIS as Sam
Brock Harris Brock Harris grew up in Stillwater, Oklahoma. His childhood was spent competing in wrestling, exploring the Ozarks in his canoe, and venturing the back country on his dirt bike. His love for sport and the great outdoors was rivaled by a passion for the arts that led him to participate in local theater and sing in the prestigious Stillwater Boys Choir. At seventeen he was recruited to train in musical theater at Idylwild Arts Academy, and then continued his studies at the Hartt School of Music at the University of Hartford. After graduating, he made his New York theater debut in the Lincoln Center world premiere of All-American. Next, he made appearances in several feature films such as GBF, Sam, Gone Missing, and TNT’s Major Crimes. In his free time he competes in various martial arts and practices his harmonica.