Jason Katims

A writer with a background in New York theater, responsible for the plays "The Man Who Couldn't Dance", "Driving Lessons", "Catch!" and the frequently produced one-act "Who Made Robert De Niro King of America?", Jason Katims brought his talents to television in the mid-1990s after being discovered by producer Edward Zwick. He debuted with a writing credit in an episode of the short-lived 1994 CBS...

Stephanie Corneliussen

Credits: Royal Pains BIRTHDATE| N/A

Levell Franklin

Credits: One on One BIRTHDATE| N/A

Jon Read

Credits: Love Is Strange, Gallery Girls BIRTHDATE| N/A

Janet Hubert

Janet Hubert
Vivacious stage-trained actor-singer-dancer who gained some attention playing Vivian Banks, the sensible aunt of Will Smith, for the first three seasons of the popular sitcom "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" (NBC, 1990-93). Hubert-Whitten made her professional debut in the national touring company of "Dancin'" before landing on Broadway in the original cast of "Cats". She segued to TV as a recurring...

Clayne Crawford

Clayne Crawford
Dark blond, athletic, Alabama native Clayne Crawford initially moved west not to pursue an acting career but to play baseball for UCLA. When a knee injury ended his hopes, he took up construction work and later decided to give acting a try after noting how well-paid his pals were for their seemingly effortless appearances in commercials. Though he was turned down time and again for commercial work...

Simon Baker

Simon Baker
After turning heads in a just a few minutes of onscreen time as an earnest, ill-fated aspiring actor in "L. A. Confidential" (1997), Aussie actor Simon Baker went on to become a deft specialist in playing rapier-edged television heroes with distinct antiheroic tendencies or smarmy lotharios in various film roles. Once he gained notice from "L.A. Confidential," Baker landed supporting roles in Ang...

Robert Pastorelli

Tough but soft-hearted, this imposing supporting player gives off the same "dese, dem and dose" aura as the earlier William Bendix and Sheldon Leonard. Pastorelli was heading for a career as a truck driver or a boxer when a serious car accident made him re-think his goals and enter acting. He started onstage in the 1970s, playing off-Broadway in "Death of a Salesman", "Bus Stop", "The Rainmaker"...