Erin Cahill

Erin Cahill


Erin Cahill’s acting career was launched in 2001 when she was cast as Jen, the Pink Time Force Ranger in the series “Power Rangers: Time Force.” Since then, she has starred as regular or recurring characters in numerous TV series including, ABC’s “Red Widow,” TNT’s “Saving Grace,” FOX’s “Freeride,” and ABC’s “General Hospital.”

Cahill has guest-starred in over 30 television shows including CBS’ “Angel From Hell” earlier this year, as well as episodes of “Bones,” “NCIS: Los Angeles,” “How I Met Your Mother,” “Sleepy Hollow,” “Body of Proof,” “Chuck,” “Law & Order: Los Angeles,” “The Mentalist,” “Monk,” “CSI: NY,” “Supernatural” and “Greek,” among others.

She just appeared in the lead role of The Lifetime network film, “The Watcher,” which will be coming out on Netflix by the end of this year. Cahill starred in the video features, Disney’s Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2 and Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3: Viva La Fiesta!, and SONY’s Boogeyman 3. She has also appeared in numerous independent films, including, most recently, Cut to the Chase, (for which she won Best Supporting Actress at The Northeast Film Festival), It Snows All the Time and Wingman Inc.

She was also featured in the TV movies FOX’s “Delirium,” Lifetime’s “Blue-Eyed Butcher” and Comedy Central’s “Modern Day Jesus.” Cahill is starring in three films coming out in 2017.

Trevor Donovan

Trevor Donovan


Born in Mammoth Lakes, California, Trevor Donovan grew up skiing and snowboarding was on the US teen ski team during his teens. Aside from being proficient at most sports, Donovan is a true renaissance man, able to play guitar, sing and he has a bachelor’s degree in graphic design. An ambassador for Habitat for Humanity, Donovan also is an active volunteer and ambassador with the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights.

Known for his work as fan favorite Teddy Montgomery, the first and only LGBT series regular on the global pop culture phenom “90210,” Donovan also starred in “Texas Rising” opposite Bill Paxton, Ray Liotta and Jeffrey Dean Morgan, “J.L. Family Ranch” opposite Jon Voight and James Caan, and Hallmark Channel’s “Marry Me at Christmas.” Donovan next will be seen in action/comedy Hot Water, and in a lead role opposite Roma Downey in the limited TV series “The Baxters,” based on New York Times bestselling author Karen Kingsbury book series. In addition, Donovan will be seen in the second part of the three-part miniseries “Runaway Romance” on UPtv. Other television credits for Donovan include recurring roles on “Sun Records,” “The Client List,” “Melissa & Joey,” “Awkward,” “NCIS” and “Lucifer.”

Active daily on social media, with a worldwide reach of over eight million people a week across three platforms, Donovan refers to his social media platforms as “An escape from negativity and a positive place for pet lovers.” Donovan recently wrote “Love Always, Dogbert & Tito,” which follows the magical adventures of his German Shepherd and English Bulldog. A tale of love, inspiration and hope for adults and children of all ages, the story is based on real life everyday experiences that have been shared with millions of devoted fans all over the world via Donovan’s social media: Instagram @TrevorDonovan – Twitter @Trevdon.

Donovan resides in both Mammoth and Los Angeles, and when not working, he enjoys spending quality time with his family. He has a younger brother, Jake, who is a fireman in Sacramento, and he is an animal lover and advocate.